Presented by Bill Turnbull and Kate Sanderson. Continues at 9am.
Lara Crooks introduces an edition celebrating the Queen's Golden Jubilee , including a report on how life has changed for deaf people over the past 50 years. Guests include leading members of the deaf community, Ian Depledge and Fiona Ng , plus Patsy Palmer , who starred in the spinoff EastEnders: Ricky and Bianca. With sign language and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated onTuesday at 3.35am on BBC1
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In Ever Wondered about.... Pies, Alan Coxon bakes a savoury tart and gives tips on making foolproof pastry, while Kathy Sykes explains the secrets of perfect puff pastry and how to avoid a soggy pie base.
Michelin-star cooking is also on the menu today as Gregg Wallace is joined by chef Robbie Millar from Northern Ireland, who turns an ordinary piece of tuna into a classy tartar with basil-scented cous cous, then, for the main course, prepares a summery fricasse made with corn-fed chicken, ratte potatoes, asparagus and wild mushrooms, followed by a dessert of fresh fig puff with lavender ice cream.
Plus, more culinary tips from
Jamie Oliver in The Naked
Chef, and another episode of Rick Stein 's 's Seafood Odyssey. Director Charlotte Harris ; Series producer Sara Kozak WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food
First in a fifth series of machine battles presented by Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester. Shown yesterday Next edition on Friday at 6.45pm
The Empath. Landing on a doomed planet, Captain Kirk searches in vain for a scientific mission that is scheduled for evacuation. Star Trek: Voyager, Tuesday at 6.45pm
Live coverage from Wentworth of the third round in this year's PGA championship. This event is one of the richest and most prestigious competitions on the European tour, and was first won in 1972 by England's Tony Jacklin. At this stage last year, Scotland's Andrew Oldcorn put himself into a title-winning position. He was five shots clear at 15 under par, equalling the lowest ever total for three rounds, set by Spain's Seve Ballesteros a decade earlier.
Introduced by Steve Ryder.
Commentary comes from the team of Peter Alliss, Alex Hay, Ken Brown, Julian Tutt, Laura Davies and John Hawkesworth.
Executive producers Barbara Slater and Paul Davies
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The Contenders. Highlights of the semi-final stage of the competition from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Twenty-five talented musicians compete within the instrumental groups - keyboard, strings, percussion, brass and woodwind - for just five coveted places in tomorrow's final, screened live on BBC2 from 6pm.
Presented by Stephanie Hughes. See Sunday's Choice.
Producer Helen Mansfield WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/youngmusicians/
Alan Titchmarsh presents a look back at the colour and excitement of this year's show, as the team of Rachel de Thame, Charlie Dimmock and Diarmuid Gavin predict which of this year's horticultural trends will be making a mark in the gardens of Britain.
Series producer Amanda De Ryk ; Executive producer Owen Gay BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers
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Concluding the three-part dramatised documentary about the life of Charles Dickens. Written and presented by Dickens authority Peter Ackroyd.
Terror to the End. Now in the final decade of his life, Dickens is creating some of his greatest works - Great Expectations and Our Mutual Friend attack flaws in Victorian society, while defending the virtues of family and home. But success carries an ironic price. Driving himself beyond endurance, he flies in the face of the very tenet he espouses in his novels by tearing his loved ones apart. When an 18-year-old actress enters his life, Dickens tries to start afresh.
Director Chris Granlund ; Executive producer Andrea Miller BBC BOOK: Dickens: Public Life and Private Passion by Peter Ackroyd , £16.99 INTERACTIVE FORUM: access www.bbc.co.uk/dickens to chat with Peter Ackroyd after the programme and send in questions to a Dickens expert
London mayor Ken Livingstone and comedian Dave Gorman join regulars Angus Deayton , Paul Merton and Ian Hislop on the satirical topical quiz show.
Shown yesterday on BBCI
Thriller based on a true story. Detective Viktor Burakov hunts a ruthless serial killer who is terrorising the USSR. But his battle is as much with the crumbling Soviet bureaucracy as it is with his elusive adversary. Review page 53.
Director Chris Gerolmo (1995.18)
Det Viktor Burakov:
Dr Aleksandr Bukhanovsky:
Crime thriller. Tough private eye John Shaft is hired to find the kidnapped daughter of Harlem racketeer Bumpy Jonas. But Shaft is also being pressured by police lieutenant Vic Androzzi to investigate Jonas's activities. Review page 53.
Director Gordon Parks (1971.15)
Lt Vic Androzzi:
Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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