Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Gary Lineker presents highlights of Saturday's eight Premiership matches, including Reading v Chelsea, Arsenal v Watford, Liverpool v Blackburn and Wigan v Manchester United. Show more
Andrew Marr interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what's happening in the world this week. Includes a review of the Sunday newspapers, weather forecast and news bulletin. Show more
Spiritually-inclined magazine. Gloria's guests include actress Brenda Blethyn and Scottish band Deacon Blue, who'll be performing live in the studio. Show more
People and the stories at the heart of the British countryside. John Craven visits Herefordshire for the apple harvest, and how hedgehogs can be an organic gardener's best friend. Show more
Jon Sopel and Adrian Masters with analysis from the political scene shaping Wales.
World War II-era sitcom. Michelle has an audacious escape plan for the airmen involving a barrage balloon and 24 cylinders of helium disguised as marrows. Show more
Sitcom. Hyacinth's plans to buy a small weekend retreat in the country take an unexpected turn, and Richard has an unexpected fall.
Mystery series about a sleuthing doctor. An aggressive female pharmaceuticals representative stalks the hospital's new chief of staff after a one-night stand.
Jake is convinced that Sean is trying to get rid of him so he's free to control Ruby. Garry forces Minty to see the real SJ. Martin and Sonia are glad to be friends again.
Monty Don appeals on behalf of Thrive, the national charity which, through gardening and horticulture, helps change the lives of disabled and disadvantaged people.
The week's BBC programming comes under the spotlight as Eamonn Holmes sorts through the viewer mail bag.
Dramatisation of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel. Returning to Thornfield, Jane expects Rochester to wed Blanche Ingram and is shocked by a very different marriage proposal. Show more
Aled Jones meets Premiership goalkeeper Tim Howard and busker Krystina Myles reveals why she will be touring with Chris de Burgh.
Michael Aspel and the team converge on Bishop Auckland. Among the items uncovered are a set of skeleton keys used for a POW escape in WWII and a valuable jug. Show more
The latest news and weather.
Charting some of the more amazing journeys taken by certain species. Steve Leonard follows grey whales as they make the longest migration on the planet. Show more
Dramatisation of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel. Penniless and starving on the moors, Jane is rescued by clergyman St John Rivers who nurses her back to health. Show more
BBC News; Weather.
Investigation into what happens in the brain of an armed police officer when he pulls the trigger. New evidence shows how even trained officers can get things wrong. Show more
Police thriller. In the fourth of the 'Dirty Harry' series, Inspector Harry Callahan becomes involved in the hunt for a killer who has carried out a series of small-town murders.
Series in which celebrities trace their ancestry. Robert Lindsay discovers that his paternal grandfather Jesse was severely wounded in the trenches of WWI.
Gina makes a huge decision, requiring Connie's help. Matt discovers the truth behind the drugs conundrum and has to race against time to save Ric's patient.
Michael Aspel and the team of experts invite more people to bring their antiques along for valuation. This programme comes from Gloucester Cathedral. 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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