With Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams. Weather update at 7.25. More at 9am.
Assessing how videophones are helping deaf children to be more talkative and reporting on young entrepreneurs making their mark in the media. Plus a debate on issues in the deaf community. With sign language and in-vision subtitles.
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Following Ever Wondered About...?, which looks at the public's passion for chocolate, a lavish meal for four costing under Â£20 is on the menu as guest chef Michael Caines cooks mushroom soup with hazelnuts, pork with crushed potatoes, and apple tart with butterscotch sauce. Pig farmer Peter Gott waxes lyrical about British bacon and ham, plus a hen night edition of The Naked Chef. Hosted by Gregg Wallace. Series producer Sara Kozak WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food
Eighth-day coverage from the Crucible theatre in Sheffield as the tournament reaches round two. With 16 competitors remaining, matches at this stage are played over the best of 25 frames. Presented by Hazel Irvine.
Saturday Matinée musical spoof of 1920s life. Fortune-hunting Millie Dillmount gets mixed up with an eligible bachelor, an aspiring actress, white slavers and a not-soeligible salesman. Review page 47.
Director George Roy Hill (1967. PG)
Comedy, concluding the Saturday Matinée double bill. Couples taking part in the London-to-Brighton veteran-car rally suffer various misadventures - especially on the return journey. Review page 47.
Director Henry Cornelius (1953, U)
Casino. Coming underfire is the last thing the brothers expect on a trip to a casino.
Shown last Monday
Another quarter-final place is decided in continuing coverage from Sheffield. Introduced by Hazel Irvine , Steve Davis and John Parrott.
The last look at the stories behind the bestselling books in postwar Britain, examining what their success says about the decade of publication. Narrated by Stephen Fry.
Reading the 1980s. Terry Pratchett, Salman Rushdie, Jilly Cooper, Alice Walker and Joanna Trollope contribute to a literary examination of a decade of soap-opera shoulder pads, bloated bank balances and dole-queue despair. Books under discussion include Alice Walker's Color Purple, Stephen Hawking's Brief History of Time, Umberto Eco's Name of the Rose, Audrey Eyton's F-Plan Diet, plus the works of Tom Wolfe, Sue Townsend and Jeffrey Archer.
Director Tim Robinson
Series producer Mary Sackville West
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No rights to property, earnings, children or even their own bodies - such was the lowly status accorded married women in Victorian England. Only one was exempt: Queen Victoria. But three women dared to break the rules.
This film, first shown last year as part of Victorian Week, recalls how their rebellion struck at the very heart of the establishment, resulting in a prime minister being taken to court and the heir to the throne occupying the witness box for two of the most scandalous cases of the 19th century. Director Annie Paul ; Executive producer Laurence Rees
The fourth place in the quarter-final line-up at the Crucible is to be decided this evening as Steve Davis and John Parrott join Hazel Irvine to introduce further world-championship coverage from Sheffield.
Young Welsh singing sensation Charlotte Church is one of the guests on the satirical news quiz. Presented by Angus Deayton , with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. Shown yesterday on BBCl
Thriller sequel to the Oscar-winning original. Assigned to help the French police smash a heroin gang operating in Marseilles, "Popeye" Doyle finds that his reputation as a tough New Yorker has preceded him. Gradually, he earns the respect of the local police as he sets about tracking down his old foe, Charnier. Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director John Frankenheimer (1975, 18) The reel story behind .. : page 52
Psychological chiller. In a remote island castle off the Northumbrian coast, tensions in the marriage of an eccentric recluse and his young wife slowly come to the surface when two fleeing gangsters seek refuge in their home. Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director Roman Polanski (1966. 15) (BW)
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