Presented by Bill Turnbull and Mishal Husain.
A vegetarian feast of spicy leek and goat's cheese souffle, stuffed vegetables and bread and butter pudding.
October. Bramley-and-russet-apple pie, beef fillet with veg, and skate with salsify and red-wine mushrooms.
2/3. Duck noodle salad and passion fruit pudding are on the menu as Bill Granger presents his uncomplicated approach to cooking.
Global Swarming. Why do animals gather in scary numbers? Followed by The Witness
New series The magazine show for deaf people returns with an investigation into a get-rich-quick scheme that could leave many in the deaf community out of pocket. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 12.45am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Wardrobe dressers reveal their tricks of the trade.
Tom Cruise 's contract killing in the new Collateral is reviewed. Shown last Mon on BBC1
How wildlife can be compatible with a beautiful garden.
Alfred Hitchcock 's intriguing melodrama, starring
Ingrid Bergman and Joseph Cotten
-the first of a double bill shot by cinematographer
Jack Cardiff , who is 90 today. In 1830s Australia, an Irish woman tries to come to terms with her marriage to a wealthy ex-convict. Review page 49.
(1949. PG) Barry Norman on Jack Cardiff: p47
Powell and Pressburger's sumptuous classic drama - Jack Cardiff won an Oscar for his cinematography.
Deborah Kerr stars as one of five nuns who establish a school and hospital in the Himalayas. As the nuns struggle with their surroundings, an intrusive male presence brings further disquiet. Review page 49.
(1946, U) Film Trivia: page 47
Plymouth hosts the show, with a valuation day in its beautiful Guildhall.
Unexceptional biographical Second World War drama starring Christopher Plummer. British safe-cracker Eddie Chapman offers his services as a German spy while a prisoner in the Channel Islands - but his declared allegiance to the enemy cause may be a supreme infiltrator's bluff. Review page 49. Director Terence Young (1966, PG)
Baron von Grunen:
A mother polar bear and her cub emerge from their snowy den in the High Arctic, entering a hostile world of sub-zero temperatures where food supplies are limited. Survival becomes a constant challenge in the ice, where the bears and seals become mortal enemies. This insightful documentary follows the search-and-attack strategy of the world's largest land-based carnivore.
Producer Michael Bright: Series producer Neil Nightingale
Comic genius or unreliable alcoholic - what is the enduring legacy of Peter Cook ? His comedic talent shone in the Cambridge Footlights and he was a key figure of the 60s satire boom as part of Beyond the Fringe, and he is known by many for his routines with Dudley Moore - a partnership that eventually dissolved amid rancour. Providing an illuminating insight into Cook's complex personality and ultimately tragic life, this documentary features contributions from friends and contemporaries including Eric Idle , Ian Hislop , Michael Parkinson , Mel Smith , John Fortune and Dick Clement.
Producer Lucy Kenwright ; Executive producer Caroline Wright
1/8. Kirsty Young places Brazilian wax and Britney Spears high on her list of pet hates. But will she be able to convince Paul Merton to condemn them to Orwellian oblivion?
Shown last Monday (AD)
Pete 2/2. The Dwarfers discover birds are descended from dinosaurs when they transform a sparrow into a T-Rex. There's another episode on Thursday at 11.20pm. Written by Doug Naylor and Paul Alexander ; Director Ed Bye
Executive producer Doug Naylor www.bbc.co.uk/reddwarf
The 35th Ryder Cup continues with a second day of four-ball and foursomes matches at Oakland Hills in Michigan.
Europe, captained by German Bernhard Langer , have won three of the last four Ryder Cups but must work hard to improve on that record in front of a partisan US crowd.
Presented by Steve Rider , with commentary by Peter Alliss , Ken Brown and Jean Van de Velde. The coverage continues tomorrow in Sunday Grandstand at 3pm.
Producers Jonny Bramley and Kate McKeag : Executive producers
Barbara Slater and Paul Davies www.bbc.co.uk/golf
van De Velde.
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Code and Catastrophe From nuclear weapons to transport, can we really trust our lives to software? 95628 2.30 Energy through the Window How practical is it to build a house heated by sunlight? 80703 3.00 Making Contact Meeting scientists dedicated to the search for extra terrestrial intelligence.
3.30 The Next Big Thing: Is There Anyone Out There? Colin Blakemore chairs a debate about the search for alien life.
45105 4.00 Personal Passions Sir Paul Nurse , Director General of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, discusses astronomy and ponders the existence of aliens. 15736426 4.15 Truth Will Out How do scientists look for alien civilisation? 15837109 4.30 The Challenge - The Riddle of the Tay Bridge Disaster
5.00 CyberSouls 77155 5.30 Elements of Healing