Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Ray Stubbs with Premier League highlights. Manchester United fans will hope Wayne Rooney is available for the trip to Bolton, as he scored five times against them last season. Show more
Andrew Marr, former BBC Political Editor, interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what's happening in the world this week. Includes a review of the Sunday newspapers. Show more
Nicky Campbell and Sonia Deol host a series of moral and religious debates. On the panel are Lord Carey, Prof. Richard Dawkins, Ann Widdecombe MP, Libby Purves and John Barrowman. Show more
John Craven is at market hunting out the perfect produce for Christmas dinner. He looks at the phenomenal success of farmers' markets over the last decade. Show more
Jon Sopel and his political colleagues from around the nations and regions bring in-depth political reports from Downing Street to viewers' streets.
Bullied at work and ignored at home, Marty decides to take extreme action. Gina reaches the end of her tether with Liz. Deek discovers what's really going on in the beauty salon. Show more
Back from honeymoon, Stacey and Bradley's plans to set up home are thrown into disarray. Steven is thrown a lifeline by Pat. Show more
BBC programmes come under viewer scrutiny with Terry Wogan.
In the week of World Aids Day, two Edinburgh women tell Sally about a new partnership with Zambia to overcome the scourge of Aids. Show more
Drama that brings together the lives of the people of Cranford. With the arrival of new residents and a new doctor, the women of the town sparkle with anticipation. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team do some beachcombing at Exmouth on the Devon coast. They uncover finds which include a toy that once belonged to Jane Austen. Show more
The male and female celebrities battle it out on the dance floor for the first time. Please note that voting options may have changed since this programme was first broadcast. Show more
National and international news.
Eddie is keen to prove Rachel wrong with his 'bad boys' trip but things go wrong and he is forced to make a life or death decision. Show more
The past returns to haunt the present; a visitor brings joy and hope to Jessie Brown; and Mr Carter oversees preparations for Lady Ludlow's garden party. Show more
The latest news and weather.
Tony Blair and George W. Bush discuss the decision to topple Saddam Hussein. Blair admits he fears the Iraq war is a struggle the West may not have the stomach to win. Show more
The Manchester born singer-songwriter David Gray performs his biggests tracks including 'Babylon', and 'Please Forgive Me'. From LSO St Luke's church in East London. Show more
Detailed weather forecast.
More topical reports and investigations into consumer issues from Nicky Campbell, Julia Bradbury, Paul Heiney and the team.
How the British and US governments invaded Iraq with no plan for bringing peace and democracy to a country with no history of either. Show more
Elliot performs a transplant on a fast-living music producer, whilst endeavouring to make Sam pick up his test results. Show more
Alan Titchmarsh travels along rivers from the source to the sea to reveal the beauty and spectacle of freshwater in Britain. Show more
Celebrity chefs try to convert kebab-lovers into fans of good home-cooked food. Italian chef Gino D'Acampo heads to Colchester to challenge an award-winning chippie. Show more
Joins BBC News 24.
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
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