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Antony Worrall Thompson dishes up three time-saving dessert ideas, and is joined by The Times cook Jill Dupleix and chef Mike Robinson , who prepares one of three meals as chosen by viewers. To vote phone [number removed](calls cost lOp); digital satellite viewers can use the red button on their handset.
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Gary Rhodes prepares duck with two different accompaniments, while Sophie Grigson makes some delicious meals for a fiver. Producer Lucy Lomas ; Executive producer Barry Lynch RT SHOP: Saturday Kitchen Cookbook, £12.99 (inc p&p). Call [number removed]
January. Roast pork ribs with mustard parsnip cream, and lychee lemon whip with shortbreads.
In celebration of one of Britain's most famous schools for the deaf, ex-pupil John Hay returns to Mary Hare School in Berkshire to explore its rich history, while alumni reminisce about their time there. With sign language, voiceoverand in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 1.25am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear Followed by The Witness
Organised Crime. A mobster offers to help solve the case of a murdered nun.
1.40 On the Street. The duo require the testimony of a teenage runaway to apprehend a salacious pimp.
Tom Brook covers the premiere of global-warming disaster The Day After Tomorrow, plus a look ahead to Steven Spielberg 's The Terminal, starring Tom Hanks , and Spider-Man 2.
Western, first of a double bill. When bounty hunter Ben Brigade seeks to bring a killer tojustice, ostensibly to collect the reward, he meets up with two outlaws who have their own reason for wanting to turn in the wanted man. Review page 53.
Director Budd Boetticher (1959, U)
Civil War western starring
Steve Cochran. Captain Alan Westcott tries to persuade
Quantrill, a Confederate raider, to destroy a Union arsenal, only to find Quantrill has plans of his own. Review page 53. Director Edward Bernds (1958. U)
The Age of the Carpenter. How medieval castles were made into homes. (ad)
An episode from the classic sitcom first shown in 1976. Last Posh Frock. Barbara attempts to remain a woman, even though Tom is convinced that's she's merely Barbara.
Writers John Esmond , Bob Larbey : Producer John Howard Davies
Antiques experts James Lewis and Mark Staceyjoin Paul Martin at Exeter's Matford Centre, where they advise members of the public whether the items they've brought for valuation are worth taking to the auction house.
Series producer John Miller www.bbc.co.uk/flogit
2/4. The New Aristocrats. Kenney Jones , ex-drummer with 1960s band Small Faces, recounts how he went from a humble upbringing in London's East End to playing polo with Prince Charles, as the series following celebrities with wealth and influence continues. Meanwhile Twiggy's erstwhile manager and self-styled prince of the new aristocracy, Justin De Villeneuve , reveals how indulgence and decadence became the defining characteristics of this generation. Bill Wyman , Eric Clapton and John Peel also feature.
Producer Nathalie Ginvert ; Series producer Colin Barr (AD)
Alan Titchmarsh presents a look back at this year's RHS
Chelsea Rower Show in south-west London, the gardening event of the year. What will be the stand-out moments?
Producer Michael Armit : Executive producer Owen Gay
For 40 years, Luciano Pavarotti has been hailed as one of the greatest tenors of all time, an artist fit to rank alongside the great Caruso. As his career reaches its climax, this documentary, showing as part of the BBC's Summer of Opera, chronicles his background and upbringing, and follows him as he performs to sell-out audiences on three continents, culminating with his valedictory performances of Tosca at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. Backstage in LA, the tenor greets celebrity admirers, including Michael Caine and Dustin Hoffman , in Berlin he's reunited with Three Tenors group members Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo , while in his Italian hometown of Modena the maestro gathers top names in rock and pop, such as Bono, Queen, Ricky Martin and Andrea Bocelli , to raise money for the children of Iraq. Narrated by Sir Ian McKellen.
Producers Erica Banks and Adam Sweeting ; Executive producer Anthony Wall 1 Want to Be Pavarotti follows on BBC4 at 10.35pm The RT Interview: page 24
Satirical news quiz with regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop -Shown yesterday on BBC1
3/6. Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens ,
Phil Cornwell , Mark Perry and Kevin Connelly are all making good impressions as the satirical comedy show continues. Shown last Monday
A review of the union season, which started on an incredible high as England lifted the World Cup and ended with two finals today, including the Premiership tie between Bath and Wasps. With John Inverdale.
Editor Lucy Cutler
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
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