What goes into making a first-class airline meal for Concorde? Adam Shaw visits the mile-high caterers Gate Gourmet. www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Then The Witness An eyewitness account of a historical event.
Historical drama based on Charles Dickens 's novel, starring Dirk Bogarde and Dorothy Tutin. As unrest in France builds towards bloody revolution, cynical barrister Sydney Carton becomes involved in a deadly chain of events. Review page 57. Director Ralph Thomas (1957. U)
Are there no eligible bachelors in Southampton? Thirty-five-year- old Helen Thorogood cannot seem to find one. Locked into a depressing cycle of one-night stands, her confidence has taken a severe knock. Can she overhaul her dating game plan in just six weeks? Last in the series. First shown on BBC3 BBC BOOK: Would Like to Meet. £7.99 from www.bbcshop.com
Did people once live in what is now a lost landscape in the Solent? With objects coming to light at low tide,
Aubrey Manning explores the secret of a mysterious flood off the south coast of England. This, his fourth investigation into the mysteries of the British landscape, takes Manning to Scotland, where incredible changes in sea level appearto be linked with those at the other end of the country.
Director Liz Gray : Producer Martin Mortimore www.Open2.NET
The Battle of Raphia in 217 BC saw two nearly identical armies led by heirs of Alexander the Great clash for control of the border territories that separated their rival kingdoms. Will tonight's team of modern-day commanders (Al Murray , Kate Silverton , Ricky Groves and Raji James ) match the winning tactics of Egypt's Ptolemy IV, or will the might of Seleucid kingAntiochos III prevail? With Eddie Mair. Series producer Ludo Graham
Executive producers Adam Macdonald and Cassian Harrison
A three-year scientific study led by cardiologists from the Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina set out to establish whether heart patients would recover more readily if they were prayed for. Twelve multi-faith prayer groups from around the world took part, and Everyman followed this intriguing experiment from its early stages.
What was the outcome? Narrated by Zoe Wanamaker. Two more programmes examining the efficacy of meditation and spiritual healing will be shown over the next two weeks. Director Chris Morris : Producer Anna Cox www.bbc.co.uk/religion
Do Alan Davies, Jackie Clune, Jimmy Carr and Jo Brand know any trivia about apes, Australia, anthropology or arthropods that could be termed "quite interesting"? Quizmaster Stephen Fry will only award points if tonight's panellists can answer absurd questions on these subjects. The next edition follows on BBC4 at 10.30pm. (S) (W)
Following acclaimed choreographers Saroj Khan and Prabhu Devah on location in India as they dream up elaborate new dances for Bollywood's film icons.
Director/Producer Nasreen Munni Kabir First shown on BBC4 Currying favour?: page 31
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Science Shack - is it possible to become invisible? 705021.00 The Next Big Thing - A Theory of Everything 47811 1.30 After the Genome
2.20 What Have the 90s Ever Done for Us? 22335212.30 Open Advice - Different Way of Learning 424153.00 The Challenge - To Rebuild the Human Body
Youth Creativity 3.30 Blast TV 1: a showcase of film, music, dance and writing created by teenagers.
Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (parts 17-20) Switched On 5.00 Be Creative: computertips.
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