Bill Turnbull and Kate Silverton host. NewsWatch is at 7.45.
James Martin 's monkfish with bubble-and-squeak cakes, seasonal Sunday lunches and a visit from Michelin-starred chef Martin Blunos. With Antony Worrall Thompson. Series producer Michael Kelpie ; Execute producers Elaine Bancroft , Barry Lynch
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Singaporean mime artist
Ramesh Meyyappan performs an excerpt from his one-man show, Plus a sign-language town being built in America. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 1.15am on BBC1
Eye on the Universe. Celebrating 15 years of the revolutionary Hubble space telescope.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Christian Bale on Batman Begins, Steve Martin in The Pink Panther, and previews of Bewitched, and Monster-in-Law.
Bryn Terfei and Lisa Gasteen take the leads in an exhilarating new production of The Valkyrie by the Royal Opera House, conducted by Antonio Pappano. Introduced by Michael Portillo.
Producer Ben Weston
Director Jonathan Haswell
From the humble beginnings of the radio show to the new film. the rise and rise of Douglas Adams 's landmark comic creation. With Colin Murray. The re-run of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy continues on Tuesday at 11.20pm
There's more than money at stake in a Hull auction house - reputations of experts are also on the line. www.bbc.co.uk/antiques
No Peace for the Wicked. David Jason stars with Ronnie Barker , as Fietch's reading time is disturbed. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby
Laurence Rees debunks myths about Nazi Germany.
Nazi military prowess gave the impression of an ordered society. But archive film and eyewitnesses reveal a different story.
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New series 1/6. The team behind Dancing in the Streets and Lost Highway on the rise of soul music. How did Ray Charles help create the sound of soul? There's a previously unseen interview with the late star in a look at 1950s R&B - also featuring Louis Jordan, Ruth Brown, Fats Domino, James Brown, Big Joe Turner and Little Richard. Colin Salmon narrates.
Director Deep Sehgal; Series editor Michael Poole
Chuck Berry in Concert follows at 9.25pm on BBC4
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1/6. Dark police drama with David Warner and Reece Dinsdale. Emotions run high after ;he death of a child. Strong language and violence.
Writer by Bill Gallagher; Director Marc Munden
Producer Ann Harrison-Baxter First shown on BBC3
David Warner answers One Final Question: page
Ronnie Best Jr:
4/8. Kirsty Young joins Paul Merton and Ian Hislop and panellists for a sardonic take on the news.
Shown yesterday on BBC1
12/12. For the two remaining candidates there's one final project: a party on a riverboat. The rivals have three days to come up with a theme, sell tickets and organise entertainment. Contains strong language. Series producers Dan Adamson and Tanya Shaw
Series editor Peter Moore Shown last Wednesday
The winner, new boss and failed candidates talk to Adrian Chiles about the lessons they've learned.
Director GeriDowd Shown last Wednesday
Highlights of the Premiership semi-final, hosted by John Inverdale. Further play-off action in Sunday Grandstand tomorrow 1.10pm.
Producer Rob Walker ; Editor Lucy Cutler
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