Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Turnbull. Including at 7.45
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Paul Rankin and Mary Berry join Antony Worrall Thompson and, from the archives, Gary Rhodes helps a viewer prepare a dinner party. Plus the prize competition. COMPETITION: [number removed]3366 (25p)
Music's from Liberty X, Simon Webbe and Kelly Clarkson, and Daniel Powter's the Bad Boy. Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes host. Daniel Powter performs on Top of the Pops tomorrow at 7pm
A visit to the Imperial War Museum features moving testimonies from British, Japanese and Jewish war survivors. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Rptd Tuesday 1.30am BBC1 (SL) Followed by The Witness
Mars and the Ring of Fire. An exceptional view of the planet.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Reviews of In Her Shoes, Stoned and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
Shown last Monday on BBC1
Wartime mystery starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce.
Holmes and Watson fly to America to prevent secret microfilm falling into Nazi hands. Review page 53. Director Roy William Neill (1943, U) (BW)
Mr Monk and the Employee of the Month. A death at a superstore brings Monk into contact with his disgraced ex-partner.
Cracking adventure starring Kenneth More and Lauren Bacall. In 1905, during a rebellion in India, a British officer rescues a young prince and sets out on a perilous journey aboard a steam locomotive. Review page 53. Director J Lee Thompson (1959. U)
In Coventry, expert Kate Alcock encounters one of the country's best collections of silver vesta cases.
Producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
6.40 What the Papers Say Last week's press stories.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Ged Clarke
3/6. The Food Police. Arabella Weir is fed up with being told what she can and can't eat. In the firing line are a council that incarcerated a man with an eating disorder and a hospital that banned chocolate. Producer Steve Grandison ; Exec producer Paul Woolwich
Lesley Garrett's investigations into her family history reveal a proud mining tradition, a strong work ethic, a love of music - and intrigue among the Yorkshire gentry. Director Randall Wright ; Series producer Victoria Watson (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/whodoyouthinkyouare
2/6. Orders and Initiatives. By 1942, Rudolf Hoss had established the concentration camp as a location for mass murder, but ever more diabolical plans were being conceived. Narrated by Samuel West. Directors Martina Balazova and Detief Siebert ;
Producer Laurence Rees (AD)
7/10; series two. While Whitman takes a fancy to a student, Maya plans to seduce Hurley at a medical conference. The next episode follows on BBC3.
Writer Richard Zajdlic ; Producer Jed Mercurio ; Director Iain B MacDonald Shown last Saturday on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bodies Max Beesley stars in Five Seconds to Spare tomorrow at 11.50pm on BBC1
One If by Clam, Two If by Sea. Series three. Following the destruction of Peter's favourite bar by a hurricane, the site is bought by a Brit named Nigel, who turns it into an English pub. With the guest voice of Hugh Laurie. First shown on Sky One
Francine's Flashback. When Stan forgets his anniversary, he arranges to have 20 hours of Francine's memory erased. With guest voice Patrick Stewart.
4/8. The Affair. Ever charitable, Moz gives a band a hand and offers China a shoulder to cry on. Writer Graham Duff ; Director Dan Zeff ; Producer Ted Dowd
First shown on BBC3
X Factor's Rowetta, UK rapper Blak Twang, Sunday Sport editor Tony Livesey and comic Jo Caulfield.
Shown last Monday
General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 The V Word! Youth Nation 93058
4.00 The V Word! Glastonbury and Beyond 78665
5.00 The V Word! Do It Yourself