With Michael Peschardt and Sian Williams , and from 9.00
On a trip down Mexico way,
Ainsley Harriott samples local cuisine.
September. Seasonal dishes include chicken saute with sweetcorn a la Française, and mushroom and leek egg-baked potatoes.
En route to completing his journey at John O'Groats , Stein enjoys freshly cooked lobster on Crail harbour. A new series begins in September.
Celebrity chefs Ross Burden and James Martin rustle up mouth-watering dishes in the kitchens of two viewers.
Ben Fogle visits Carnforth station in Lancashire, made famous in the classic 1945 film Brief Encounter. Another episode tomorrow at 11.15am
Documenting the career of Peter Sellers , a comic genius whose prolific radio, TV and film output belied a restless, insecure man. Director Rupert Miles ; Series producer Tom Ware Sellers stars in Only Two Can Play, 1.50pm
Adam Hart-Davis examines more Roman innovations.
Kevin Costner discusses his new western Open Range, plus a preview of poignant biopic
American Splendor. 9429935i
Comedy. In a Welsh town, married librarian John Lewis tries to spice up his life by starting an affair with the wife of the library committee chairman. Review page 47.
Director Sidney Gilliat (1961, PG)
Saturday matinee Western. When the citizens of Warlock decide to take a stand against a group of hellraising cowboys, their choice of an ageing marshal brings its own problems.
Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director Edward Dmytryk (1959. U)
Dmytryk's Obsession - Wednesday LlOpm
Dan Cruickshank explores the Oxfordshire stately home built to commemorate the first
Duke of Marlborough's famous battle victory.
Following Lord Kitchener's appeal in 1916, the British Army was reinforced by over two million volunteers. Despite the reservations of General Sir Douglas Haig, the new Commander-in-Chief, many of these new recruits were sent to the scene of Britain's biggest military endeavour - the Battle of the Somme. Episode 12 of the landmark series, narrated by Sir Michael Redgrave. (BW)
A selection of some of the greatest British film music, presented by actor Timothy West, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra and conducted by Rumon Gamba live at London's Royal Albert Hall. Scores from the 1930s and 40s such as Richard Addinsell's Warsaw Concerto, performed by pianist Philip Fowke, and Arthur Bliss's Things to Come contrast with more recent classics - Richard Rodney Bennett's Murder on the Orient Express, Malcolm Arnold's suite for The Belles of St Trinian's, the soundtrack to The Cruel Sea and themes from the Bond movies.
Introduced by Stephanie Hughes who, in the interval, is joined by special guests, including film director Ken Russell and composer Michael Nyman.
The concert is also broadcast on Radio 3. See Radio choice: page 118.
BBCi: interactive features available to digital viewers via the handset
Proms continues Thursday 10.35pm on BBC1 with Sibelius's Violin Concerto
Helen Graham and young Arthur must leave Wildfell Hall as this dramatisation of Anne Bronte 's novel, first shown in three parts in November 1996, reaches its conclusion.
Dramatised by David Nokes
Producer Suzan Harrison ; Director Mike Barker
Arthur (aged five):
Anne Robinson hosts the satirical quiz, with captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton joined by the BBC's world affairs editor John Simpson and novelist John O'Farrell.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Nick Martin BBC PRODUCTS: The Very Best of Have I Got News for You, highlights from 1990 to 2002 - DVD £19.99, video £15.99 from www.bbcshop.com
Impish impressions from Kevin Connelly , Phil Cornwell , Jon Culshaw , Mark Perry and Jan Ravens. Last in the series. Directors Jonathan Gershfield and Pati Marr ; Producer Gareth Edwards
Shown last Monday
Another chance to see the climax to the real-time drama as Jack and Sherry prepare for a final confrontation with oil mogul Peter Kingsley.
Shown last Sunday
Muppets star Kermit recalls the year's pop-culture hallmarks, including tennis legend Bjorn Borg and racing drivers Jackie Stewart and James Hunt. Plus a certain group named Abba, who released Dancing Queen. Director Irene McMillan ; Series producer Alan Brown
(Revised rpt) www.bbc.co.uk/cult/ilove
Period drama starring Susannah Fowle and featuring Barry Humphries. Australia 1897: the arrival of strong-willed young Laura at an exclusive Melbourne ladies college causes ripples in the strait-laced, snobbish establishment. Review page 48.
Director Bruce Beresford (1977. PG)
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone
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