Yvonne Cobb explains how the traumas suffered during her first pregnancy have prompted her to give deaf awareness sessions to hospital staff. And deaf transexual Pamir Trujillo discusses her treatment at the hands of the deaf community. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday at 12.55am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Jayne Mansfield. Often viewed as the archetypal 1950s dumb blonde, Hollywood pin-up Jayne Mansfield was in fact a complex and highly intelligent woman. Hungry for fame, at her peak
Mansfield was a global success. But the image that had raised herto such heights ultimately became a straitjacketthat stifled her wider ambitions, leading to an untimely, self-destructive end. Director Usa Drake ; Series producer
Robert Ryan and Claire Trevor star in the first of a western double bill. At the end of the Civil War, the members of Quantrill's Raiders, a notorious gang of Confederate outlaws, are offered amnesty. Many accept, but soon find a Union bounty hunter on their tails. Review page 43.
Director William D Russell (1951. U)
Western starring Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster. A former Confederate soldier and an outlaw head for Mexico in search of mercenary work.
Hired to guard a shipment of gold, the two men develop their own ideas about who should get the fortune.
Widescreen. Review page 43. Director Robert Aldrich (1954, PG)
Continued from BBC1, live coverage from Birmingham's
Alexander Stadium of the AAA championships, where Britain's top athletes - including sprinters Dwain
Chambers and Mark Lewis-Francis , and long-jumper Jade Johnson - are taking part in trials for places in next month's World championships in Paris. Includes the men's 100m semi-final at 5.30, the women's 100m final at 6.05, the men's 110m hurdle final at 6.15, the women's 400m hurdle final at 6.25, the women's 800m final at 6.35 and the men's 100m final at 6.45.
Comic mishaps with the Spencers, first shown in 1973. Frank and Betty's second attempt at a honeymoon seems to be running more smoothly- until they reach the hotel.
Written by Raymond Allen : Producer Michael Mills
Second World War drama. A game of cat and mouse is played out between a US destroyer captain, and his deadly rival beneath the waves, whose U-boat is heading for an important rendezvous. Widescreen. Review page 43.
Director Dick Powell (1957, PG)
Despite a long-term relationship and a number of affairs, Philip Larkin clung to bachelorhood, terrified marriage would stifle his writing. This dramatisation traces the poet's romantic life, from his arrival as librarian at Hull University in 1955, to his death - surrounded by the women who loved him - in 1985, and examines how his relationships affected his work. Contains strong language.
Written by Richard Cottan
Director Susanna White : Producer Simon Heath A lighter side to Larkin: p30; Amanda Root , Face of the Week: p51
Boris Johnson MP hosts this edition of the news quiz, first shown in November last year. Regulars Ian Hislop and Paul Merton 's guests are Clive Anderson and Stephen K Amos. Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Nick Martin
Another chance to see episodes 19-21 of the thriller serial.
2.00am-3.00am. Jack is pursued by a team of commandos.
11.40 3.00am-4.00am. Palmer becomes suspicious of those in his inner circle.
12.20 4.00am-5.00am. Jack follows up a new lead on the Cyprus recordings. Shown last Sunday
Bruce Greenwood , Mia Kirshner and Elias Koteas , exploring the dark side of carnal desire. Christina dances at the Exotica strip club where one-time boyfriend Eric is the DJ. The problems between them are increased by the nightly presence of enigmatic tax inspector Francis, who is obsessed with Christina. Review page 44.
Director Atom Egoyan (1994, 18)
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