News roundup, with Chris Eakin and Sian Williams.
Weather update at 8.25.
Concluding the series rerun.
Bitter End. After five months and 13,000 miles, Michael Palin arrives in Cape Town to embark on the final leg of his journey. But the only ship to Antarctica has no available berths and he realises he will have to bend his own rules.
Another chance to see the final of this year's competition in which six amateur horticulturists design and build a showpiece garden at Birmingham's Botanical Gardens. Presenter Diarmuid Gavin also tests their knowledge of gardening.
(Repeated with sign language on Tuesday at 2.10am)
Lara Crooks introduces a special edition featuring three films on deaf history. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 1.25am on BBC1
Sgt Bilko finds an unusual location for a poker game. (BW)
Wolves in White. Following a family of wolves on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian arctic over two years. The group is unusual for being unafraid of humans, and also for having white fur.
Drama, the first of a Saturday Matinée double bill starring Jennifer Jones. The Hiltons are a happy family - until Mr Hilton joins the Second World
War. Suddenly Anne Hilton and her daughters have to deal with the intense loneliness of separation. Review page 47.
Director John Cromwell (1944. U)
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Western, the second of the double bill starring Jennifer Jones. When Pearl Chavez -half American Indian, half white - is sent to live at the ranch of a rich, ruthless senator, she is torn between the senator's two sons. Review page 47.
Directors King Vidor , Josef von Sternberg (1946. PG)
Laura Belle McCanles:
Fresh performances of seventies hits by the original artists, with Elton John , Roxy Music, the Bee Gees and Status Quo.
Shown last Wednesday
Joan Smith of the Independent on Sunday looks at how the newspapers have covered this week's events.
Live first-round coverage from the Lakeside Country Club of the 25th World Professional Darts championships.
The defending champion, England's John Walton , faces a potentially tricky initial match against compatriot
Andy Fordham , who has been a semi-finalist on four occasions. The first day's play also includes the much-anticipated clash between twice-champion Raymond van Barneveld of the Netherlands, who won the World Masters at the same venue last month, and Bobby George , who has twice been runner-up in the competition and who has always been a firm favourite with the crowd. Presented by Ray Stubbs and Mark Pougatch. Commentary by Tony Green and John Part. Editor Ron Chakraborty ; Executive producer Malcolm Kemp
An episode from the comedy first shown in March 1973. Boys' Night In. To Terry's total horror, Bob spurns the traditional wedding-eve drunken revelry and insists instead on having a quiet night in. But a combination of whisky, sleeping pills and nerve-settling tranquillisers mean that both men get more than they had bargained for.
Written by Dick Clement. Ian La Frenais ; Producer James Gilbert
First of a new four-part series in which Laurence Llewellyn -Bowen looks at the history of interior design in Britain. Getting to the Point. Llewelyn-Bowen looks back to medieval England to discover the source of the Arts and Crafts movement and the designs of William Morris.
Moving on to Doncaster, South Yorkshire, he discovers an extraordinary home carved out of a church, and visits a fantasy Gothic village in London's Highgate.
Director Flavia Rittner ; Series producer Mary Downes
Sergio Leone 's acclaimed spaghetti western. A cold-blooded killer is hired to ensure the progress of the railroad. Standing in its way is recently widowed Jill McBain , whose property has a water supply that is vital for the success of the venture. Widescreen. Review page 47.
First-round highlights from the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey, of today's world-championships action. Presented by Ray Stubbs.
Comedy drama. Having just run out on her second failed marriage, the still-optimistic Marianne Johnson finds herself at the edge of the small town of Normal, Wyoming. A chance encounter links her up with cynical cocktail waitress Darly Peters , and the two decide to travel to Alaska in search of a new life. Review page 47. (1992, 15) ***
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Exam Revision 3.00 English 1 Macbeth-the first of six bitesize revisions preparing for Key Stage 3 English tests.