Lara Croft looks at the suggestion that hearing dogs for deaf people are being made obsolete by advances in technological aids. Meanwhile, hidden treasures await John Hay when he visits the royal town of Worcester to meet up with local deaf people. With sign language and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 3.20am on BSC1
Hangover cures are on the menu as Gregg Wallace meets London-based Australian chefs
Ben O'Donoghue and Curtis Stone. They make upmarket mushrooms on toast, a restorative Bloody Mary, fish and shellfish pasta with focaccia bread and, to finish off the ultimate lazy trifle. Plus more from Jamie Oliver in The Naked Chef and a vintage helping of The Galloping
Gourmet with Graham Kerr.
Series producer Sara Kozak
The 17-daywortd championship snooker marathon begins today at the Crucible theatre,
Sheffield. Last year's victor Ronnie O'Sullivan begins the defence of his title with a match against Scotland's
Drew Henry. Hazel Irvine, Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott present coverage of the tournament which reaches its climax on 6 May. We're still snooker loopy: page 36
Musical comedy starring
Tony Martin and Janet Leigh. A small-town girl joins a singing trio, but their shot at the big time is not helped by their agent. Review page SL Director James V Kern (1951. U)
Touch of Evil, also starring Janet Leigh , can be seen tonight at 1.10am
The European team competition continues with further coverage of the Seve Ballesteros Trophy from Druids Glen near Dublin in Ireland. Presented by Steve Rider , with commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay and Ken Brown , plus reports from Julian Tutt. Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater
Last year's semi-finalist,
Matthew Stevens , begins his first-round match against
Crucible debutant, Mike Dunn. Meanwhile, David Gray-who knocked Ronnie O'Sullivan out in the 2000 championship - takes on the world number 13, Mark Kind. The matches are over two sessions and are the best of 19 frames.
The penultimate in a four-part look at the stories behind the bestselling books in postwar Britain, examining what their success says about the decade of publication.
Frederick Forsyth, Germaine Greer, Richard Adams, Wilbur Smith and Jilly Cooper recall books made famous in the decade of strikes, punks, the Opec crisis, and the Queen's Silver Jubilee celebrations. Including The Day of the Jackal, The Female Eunuch, The Joy of Sex, and Watership Down.
Narrated by Stephen Fry
Director Tim Dunn
Series producer Mary Sackville West
Paul McGann narrates a profile of one of snooker's most exciting players. Twice world champion, Alex Higgins was a crowd favourite but had a turbulent personal life. Dennis Taylor , John Spencer , Ray Reardon and Ken Dohertygive colourful insights into his character, and archive footage includes his emotional world championship win in 1982. Producer Nick Lord ; Executive producers John Leach and Philip McGovern
Further live coverage of the world championships from the Crucible theatre in Sheffield, where reigning champion
Ronnie O'Sullivan will be hoping to be first into the second round this evening, as he concludes his match with Drew
Henry. Introduced by Hazel Irvine and Steve Davis. <w)
Comedian and Never Mind the Buzzcocks regular Phill Jupitus guests on the first of an eight-part, 22nd new series of the satirical news quiz. Hosted by Angus Deayton , with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Nick Martin
Shown yesterday on BBC1 Never Mind the Buzzcocks can be seen at 9pm on Monday
Another chance to catch up on the action from the US thriller, following the events of one day in real time. The eighth instalment of the series is tomorrow at 10pm.
Jack interrogates the suspect who killed the police officer. Terry and Alan arrive at the hospital hoping to discover whether it is Janet or Kimberly in intensive care. Palmer confronts his son about the allegations that could wreck his life.
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Jack finally catches up with Teri at the hospital, and the pressure mounts on Palmer as he realises that his family have been lying.
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Jack is implicated in the death threat to Palmer. Teri sees her chance to flee the man she knows as Alan York, and Kimberly enlists Rick's help in escaping Gaines.
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(For cast see tomorrow)
Videoplus code for 11pm-1.10am (non-PDC)
Classic film noir.
Honeymooning in the frontier town of Los Robles, Mike Vargas , special narcotics investigator for the Mexican Ministry of Justice, finds himself mixed up in a case of murder, racketeering, and police corruption in the shape of the unscrupulous Hank Quinlan. Review page 51.
Director Orson Welles (1958.12) (BW)
Ramon Miguel (Mike) Vargas:
Uncle Joe Grandi:
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