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Curry queen Madhur Jaffrey talks With Kate Sanderson, and Dominic Holland meets a soldier who traded in his machine gun to become a druid high priest. Plus Ross Kelly and Alice Beer suggest books for their alternative take on The Big Read.
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John Craven and Michaela Strachan look at alternative lifestyles adopted by some countryside groups. Plus the Problem ofTB in badgers and cattle, and Ben Fogle 's Channel Islands voyage. Includes weather Prospects for the week ahead. Series producer Sarah Eglin (S) '"ww.bbc. co.uk/nature
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From 12.35, in-depth local stories, presented for viewers in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 12.00 News.
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The Sausages Are in the Trousers Where can the paintings be kept? Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd. (R) (S)
Hyacinth tries to impress Emmet. Written by Roy Clarke (R) (S)
Swashbuckling sequel with Oliver Reed , Faye Dunaway and Michael York. D'Artagnan is joined once more by his three colleagues. Review page 50. Director Richard Lester (1974. PG)
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In the week when Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, Pam Rhodes is in Nashville, Tennessee, to meet a wheelchair-using tennis champion and to talk to the Rev Tony Campolo, spiritual adviser to Bill Clinton. Hymns include All Hail the Power of Jesus's Name, Abide with Me and Jesus Loves Me. (S) [web address removed] HARDBACK BOOK: Songs of Praise: a Christmas Companion, price Â£9.99 BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: launches 19 November, price Â£2.50
A highly valued dining table formerly used for table tennis, a Chinese fertility figure rescued from a shipwreck and a baseball from the 1936 Olympics are among the artefacts of note when the team visits Boston in Lincolnshire.
Producer Michele Burgess : Executive producer Christopher Lewis Repeated with sign language Thursday at 3.05am (S) www.bbc.co.uk/antiques BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price £2.95
To Hell and Back. Saving the most perilous arenas for the series finale, Nigel Marven completes his CGI-enhanced journey through the prehistoric marine world with visits to the Jurassic era and "Hell's Aquarium" - a nightmarish ocean inhabited by nature's nastiest collection of predators.
Director/Series producer Jasper James (S) www.bbc.co.uk/science RT SHOP: BBC book, Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Predators of the Deep, on offer for £15.99 inc p&p (normally £17. 99). Call RT Shop on [number removed] (national rate) between 8.30am and 6pm Monday-Friday. UK Mainland only
A year on from Alan Titchmarsh 's design for a garden of two halves divided by a pergola in Harrow, north-west London, does the creation continue to be a success?
Director John Thornicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam (S)
Lexie's plans for a clan gathering are thwarted and Duncan and Jessica must decide whether to admit their feelings.
Written by Mark Holloway : Producer Stephen Garwood
Director Brian Kelly (S) www.bbc.co.uk/monarch
A fiery comet in the sky is rumoured to portend doom on Charles's reign in the second of the four-part dramatisation of the charismatic monarch's life. And, as the Queen fails to produce a legitimate heir, Charles comes under pressure to divorce and remarry. Episode three follows at 10pm on BBC4.
Written by Adrian Hodges ; Producer Kate Harwood ; Director Joe Wright
(S) www.bbc.co.uk/charles Oliver Cromwell : Warts and All tomorrow at 10.35pm, while Royal Gardeners looks at horticultural style under Charles II on Tuesday 8.30pm on BBC2 Rufus Sewell on playing Charles: page 25; Face of the Week - Shirley Henderson : page 61
With Fiona Bruce. Weather with Rob McElwee. (S)
Still Chasing Saddam's Weapons. How much of a threat did Saddam Hussein really pose to the West? Jane Corbin profiles the secret and controversial work of the Iraq Survey group as they hunt for the weapons of mass destruction that politicians insisted were there.
Producers Fiona Campbell , Thea Guest; Editor Mike Robinson Repeated with sign language on Thursday at 1.55am (S) www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Adventure drama starring Meryl Streep. Former white-water guide Gail Hartman and her family go on a rafting trip and meet two travellers who arouse suspicion with their interest in Gail's in-depth knowledge of the river. Review page 50. Director Curtis Hanson (1994, 12) (S) (W)
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