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Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One Wales

Andrew Marr is joined by Iain Duncan Smith, Alistair Darling, Ireland's prime minister Enda Kenny and actress Sinéad Cusack. Polly Toynbee and Isabel Hardman review the papers. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Andrew Marr
Interviewed Guest:
Iain Duncan Smith
Interviewed Guest:
Enda Kenny
Interviewed Guest:
Alistair Darling
Interviewed Guest:
Sinead Cusack
Participant:
Polly Toynbee
Participant:
Isabel Hardman
Broadcast Assistant:
Hannah Copeland
Producer:
Libby Jukes

Regional Variations (16)

Sunday Politics East

BBC One East
BBC One Cambridgeshire

Sunday Politics East Midlands

BBC One East Midlands

Sunday Politics Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

BBC One Yorks & Lincs

Sunday Politics London

BBC One London

Sunday Politics North East and Cumbria

BBC One North East & Cumbria

Sunday Politics North West

BBC One North West

Sunday Politics Northern Ireland

BBC One Northern Ireland HD
BBC One Northern Ireland

Sunday Politics South

BBC One South
BBC One Oxfordshire

Sunday Politics South East

BBC One South East

Sunday Politics South West

BBC One South West
BBC One Channel Islands

Sunday Politics West

BBC One West

Sunday Politics Midlands

BBC One West Midlands

Sunday Politics Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

BBC One Yorkshire

Sunday Politics

BBC One HD

Duration: 1 hour, 10 minutes

on BBC One Wales HD

Andrew Neil and Daniel Davies with the latest political news, interviews and debate, including a look over Maria Miller's expenses apology. With Labour's Caroline Flint.

Contributors

Presenter:
Andrew Neil
Presenter:
Daniel Davies
Participant:
Caroline Flint

The Boat Race

The 160th Boat Race

Duration: 2 hours, 5 minutes

on BBC One Wales

Clare Balding introduces coverage as Cambridge and Oxford meet in the 160th Boat Race in south west London. She is joined by guests including Sir Matthew Pinsent. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Clare Balding
Commentator:
Andrew Cotter
Commentator:
Dan Topolski
Commentator:
Wayne Pommen
Participant:
Matthew Pinsent
Participant:
Tom James
Participant:
Katherine Grainger
Participant:
Anna Watkins
Executive Producer:
Paul Davies

Regional Variations (16)

Look East

BBC One East
BBC One Cambridgeshire

East Midlands Today

BBC One East Midlands

Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)

BBC One Yorks & Lincs

BBC London

BBC One London

Look North (North East and Cumbria)

BBC One North East & Cumbria

North West Tonight

BBC One North West

BBC Newsline

BBC One Northern Ireland HD
BBC One Northern Ireland

South Today

BBC One South
BBC One Oxfordshire

South East Today

BBC One South East

Spotlight

BBC One South West
BBC One Channel Islands

Points West

BBC One West

Midlands Today

BBC One West Midlands

BBC Wales Today

06/04/2014

Duration: 10 minutes

on BBC One Wales HD

News and weather from BBC Wales.

Countryfile

Gloucestershire

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One Wales

Countryfile has an exclusive interview with the Princess Royal at her home, Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire; and Ellie Harrison meets the experts at Kew Gardens. Show more

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One Wales

Drama series set during World War I. Three women leave their old lives behind as they volunteer at a hospital in war-torn France. This is the challenge of their lives. Show more

Contributors

Matron Grace Carter:
Hermione Norris
Sister Joan Livesey:
Suranne Jones
Kitty Trevelyan:
Oona Chaplin
Lt Col Roland Brett:
Kevin Doyle
Flora Marshall:
Alice St Clair
Rosalie Berwick:
Marianne Oldham
Transport Sergeant:
Mark Roper
Private Elias Molloy:
Michael Nardone
Sister Margaret Quayle:
Kerry Fox
Captain Miles Hesketh-Thorne:
Alex Wyndham
Captain Thomas Gillan:
Richard Rankin
QMS Reggie Soper:
Jeremy Swift
Corporal Peter Foley:
Jack Gordon
Lance Corporal Lawrence Prentiss:
Karl Davies
Colonel Charles Purbright:
Adam James
Patient Hemming:
Guy Rhys
Soldier Lucky:
William Troughton
Director:
David Evans

Regional Variations (16)

Look East

BBC One East
BBC One Cambridgeshire

East Midlands Today

BBC One East Midlands

Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)

BBC One Yorks & Lincs

BBC London

BBC One London

Look North (North East and Cumbria)

BBC One North East & Cumbria

North West Tonight

BBC One North West

BBC Newsline

BBC One Northern Ireland HD
BBC One Northern Ireland

South Today

BBC One South
BBC One Oxfordshire

South East Today

BBC One South East

Spotlight

BBC One South West
BBC One Channel Islands

Points West

BBC One West

Midlands Today

BBC One West Midlands

BBC Wales Today

06/04/2014

Duration: 5 minutes

on BBC One Wales HD

News and weather from BBC Wales.

Regional Variations (2)

Match of the Day 2

2013/14

06/04/2014

Duration: 1 hour, 5 minutes

on BBC One HD

Mark Chapman introduces highlights from the Premier League on a crucial day at the top of the table as title contenders Arsenal take on Everton at Goodison Park. Show more

The Graham Norton Show

Series 15

Episode 1

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC One Wales

Graham is joined by Hollywood superstar Russell Crowe, screen siren Cameron Diaz, and comic actor and director Richard Ayoade. Plus music from the queen of pop, Kylie Minogue. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Graham Norton
Series Producer:
Jon Magnusson
Director:
Steve Smith
Interviewed Guest:
Russell Crowe
Interviewed Guest:
Cameron Diaz
Interviewed Guest:
Richard Ayoade
Performer:
Kylie Minogue

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 1 hour, 42 minutes

on BBC One HD

Powerful drama about two Vietnam vets (Robert De Niro and Ed Harris) facing up to their experiences. Their friendship begins to splinter when one starts dating the other's sister. Show more

Contributors

Director:
David Jones
Depot Mechanic:
Ivar Brogger
Dispatcher:
Michael Arkin
Bobby Buckman:
Tom Isbell
Helicopter Gunner:
Kirk Taylor
Corridor Student:
Bruce Ramsey
Corridor Student's Girlfriend:
Jessalyn Gilsig
Pru Buckman:
Elizabeth Franz
College Girl in Bar:
Gabrielle Carteris

BBC One Wales

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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