News with Chris Eakin and Sian Williams.
Tim Sebastian analyses major news stories.
Paul Gayler from London's Lanesborough Hotel offers a menu that includes deep-fried goats' cheese parcels with red onion marmalade on a winter salad, chilli con carne made with venison and dried fruit, and plum and ginger pudding.
From the archives, Madhur Jaffrey pays a visit to South Korea in Far Eastern Cookery, while in Floyd in France, Keith Floyd goes to Alsace.
Presented by Gregg Wallace.
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Exploring how home baking became popular in the Victorian age.
The magazine show for deaf and hard-of-hearing people has a spooky feel with a look at the history of Halloween and the Mexican Day of the Dead, a ghost story, as well as profiling an online group for deaf people interested in spiritualism. Plus the third episode of the signed soap opera Switch. With signing and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 2.45am on BBC1
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Visits to Inchmahome Priory and Portmeirion.
Another chance to see Michael Palin follow in the footsteps of Phileas Fogg.
A new journey continues in Sahara with Michael Palin tomorrow at 7pm on BBC1
Harrison Ford discusses his new film K-19: the Widowmaker.
Shown last Monday on BBC1
The love of Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford.
Ed Brown finds his true friends when he is suspended for drug trafficking.
Richard Lester's sequel to The Three Musketeers, starring Oliver Reed, Faye Dunaway, Michael York and Raquel Welch. Widescreen. Review page 53. (1974, PG)
Constance de Bonancieux:
India Knight of The Sunday Times reviews the week's papers.
Final Stretch: Godber's parole board hearing approaches.
Antiques dealer Paul Martin is in Torquay with David Barby and Thomas Plant to help more people make money from selling their precious things. How much will they raise?
Another chance to see Simon Schama's flagship series. Revolutions: After the death of Charles I, two men lay at the heart of the turmoil in Britain: Oliver Cromwell, the man of iron who led the Republic; and Charles II who restored the lustre of the monarchy. But in the end it was anti-Catholic feeling that would lead to a final revolution.
Simon Schama on UK History: page 30
First in Nigel William's two-part biography of the playwright. The Room: An exploration of Pinter's key theme - the room - by way of a biographical journey through the rooms in which he wrote his first great series of plays. Featuring exclusive access to personal recordings of the writer and including contributions from life-long friend Henry Woolf and biographer Michael Billington. Concludes 10.30pm.
Archive series that each week follows the vicissitudes of five individuals closely linked to events in cultural history.
Edwina Currie is among the contributors on a programme following the fortunes of five Conservative MPs touched by scandal: Jeffrey Archer, Neil Hamilton, Jonathan Aitken, David Mellor and the late Alan Clark.
Topical news quiz hosted by Angus Deayton with regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton plus guests.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Concluding Nigel Williams 's two-part film biography.
Celebration. A look at the relationship between the public and private dimensions of Pinter's work, including his political engagement. Featuring the first ever television showing of Celebration. The play One for the Road follows.
Pinter stars in the Gate Theatre, Dublin's production of his play, produced by Michael Colgan , directed by Robin Lefevre. In an unnamed police state, Nicolas exercises the power of life and death over his captives. Contains strong language. Director Anthony Wall ; Producer Martin Rosenbaum
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.05pm on BBC4
Comedy drama written and directed by Steve Buscemi , who also stars. Unemployed alcoholic Tommy is offered a job driving an ice cream truck, and strikes up a relationship with the niece of a former girlfriend. Review page 53.
(1996.15) Postponed from 13 October
Film noir starring Steve Brodie , Audrey Long and Raymond Burr. A trucker becomes innocently involved in a robbery and is forced to go on the run. Review page 53.
Director Anthony Mann (1947) (BW)
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone Secondary Schools AS Guru: English 2