Simon McCoy and Susanna Reid host. News Watch is at 7.45.
May. The menu includes asparagus on toast.
4/8. Fast Food. Arabella Weir dips into the top ten of guilty culinary pleasures.
Days and Nights. Cup cakes and pitta pizzas add up to a stress-free kids' party - allegedly.
Diarmuid Gavin helps with the plot of two advertising executives in north London. Then The Flyinq Gardener
A profile of Father Cyril Axelrod , the only deaf-blind priest in the world. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 1.55am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
John Travolta talks about Be Cool. Shown last Monday on BBC1
The first of two programme on life exchanges finds out how pop princess Emma Bunton and Bollywood star Sameera Reddy coped when they traded places
Repeated Tuesday at 11.20pm Who Do You Think Vou're Talking To? is showing on Wednesday at 11.20pm
Outback adventure set in 1920s Australia, the first of two films starring Robert Mitchum and Deborah Kerr. A nomadic family of "sundowners" is put under strain when mother and son decide they would like to settle down. Review page 57.
Director Fred Zinnemann (1960, U)
Sublime war drama, ending the Deborah Kerr and Robert Mitchum double bill.
Sister Angela, a Catholic nun, and US marine Allison find themselves stranded together on a South Pacific island occupied by the Japanese.
Review page 57. (1957, PG)
Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire is the venue for the show in which experts Mark Stacey and Nigel Smith join presenter Paul Martin to give advice to those hoping to sell their antiques at a profit.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
5/10. India to Sri Lanka. Fertility and sex get
Dan Cruickshank 's blood pumping as he grapples with a naked ten-armed goddess in Calcutta and comes face to face with triple-breasted goddess Menakshi. To calm down, he also finds enlightenment in the celestial city of Jaipur and is blessed by an elephant. Shown last Monday
Her romance with a dashing fighter pilot was the stuff of fairy tales - yet the prospect of marriage between the Queen's sister and Group Captain Peter Townsend , a divorced commoner, divided opinion and threw monarchy, government and church into turmoil. In 1955, she ended two years of speculation by choosing duty over love - was it a needless sacrifice? Shown yesterday (AD)
A polished drama documentary filmed on location in the Middle East that provides new insights into the epic and bloody 12th-century fight for control of the holy city of Jerusalem between Crusader and English king Richard the Lionheart and Muslim leader Saladin. Based on the latest research into the original Christian and Muslim sources, it traces the contrasting origins of both men and challenges contemporary judgements about their characters.
Writer/Director Richard Bedser ; Executive producers
Anthony Geffen and Carol Sennett
Richard the Lionheart:
6/12. Five of the contestants have been sent packing by Alan Sugar already - who will survive this week's test? The candidates must come up with a winning advertising campaign in support of a new hi-fi product. Contains strong language.
Shown last Wednesday
11/11. With Coronation Street's Bradley Walsh , aka Danny Baldwin , R&B star Estelle, ex-Moloko singer Roisin Murphy and Simon Amstell , presenter of Channel 4's Popworld. A new series is planned. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Steve Doherty
Shown last Sunday
Highlights from Liverpool's
Olympia of the Four Nations Boxing Challenge amateur tournament. Senior ABA champions from each of the home nations will be fighting to secure a place in April's much-anticipated international against the mighty Cubans.
Producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Jim Bentley
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Open University/General Interest
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2.00 BST After the Genome Why we have too few genes.
2.50 BST What Have the 80s Ever Done for Us?
The first DNA fingerprints.
3.00 BST A Life of Time
3.30 BST Breathing Deeply
4.00 BST The Vernacular Tradition
4.30 BST The Next Big Thing
5.00 BST Ever Wondered?
5.30 BST Landscape Mysteries: The Abandoned Marsh