Simon McCoy and Susanna Reid host. News Watch is at 7.45.
There's a taste of Africa as Zanzibar-born chef Paul Merrett and Algerian restaurateur Mourad Mazouz join Antony Worrall Thompson. Wine expert Matt Skinner checks out African tipples while Keith Floyd samples cuisine from the continent. Series producer Michael Kelpie ;
Executive producers Elaine Bancroft and Barry Lynch
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2/8. Summer Lunch. Rachel Allen 's menu includes tomato and mozzarella salad, poached salmon with holla ndaise sauce, new potatoes and pea and mint puree, and rhubarb fool.
A look at why the Live 8 concerts are being held today and why African countries have such a problem with debt and poverty. Plus the deafblind man with a passion for chess. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 1.45am on BBC1
The wallabies put up a fight as they hop along to their new enclosure. (Revised repeat)
Well here we are and here we go as the biggest rock concert ever gets under way in London's Hyde Park. Paul McCartney and U2 get the ball rolling in fine style at 2.00 with a costumed rendition of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Jonathan Ross hosts the marathon broadcast from his studio pod, where he'll be chatting to the show's superstars. And Graham Norton reports from Philadelphia where Destiny's Child will be opening another star-studded concert. Continues on BBC1 at
4.15pm . <s) There's live coverage throughout the day on Radio 1 and Radio 2, ptus reports throughout the day on Radio 5 Live and coverage of Live 8 at the Eden Project at 3pm on Radio 3
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Live coverage continues as the tournament builds towards tomorrow's showpiece men's singles final.
But with the women's title now decided, this evening's focus is the men's doubles final - always a joy to watch on a fine summer's evening. Australian Todd Woodbridge has dominated the tournament in recent years, claiming six titles from 1993 to
2000 with Mark Woodforde , then adding a further three successes with Sweden's Jonas Bjorkman in the last three years. Will his new partnership with India's Mahesh Bhupathi produce a tenth title? Not if the number one seeds, Jonas Bjorkman - him again! - and Max Mirnyi have any say in the matter. Presented by Sue Barker. www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon INTERACTIVE: extra features available to digital viewers
4/6. The Heart of England. How did artists capture life and landscapes during the Industrial Revolution? In Manchester, LS Lowry painted scenes that most artists turned their backs on, while in the Peak District Joseph Wright showed that industrial panoramas could be as stirring as any mountain view. With David Dimbleby. The series continues tomorrow at 9pm on BBC1. Director Robin Dashwood ; Executive producer Basil Comely
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 COMPETITION: viewers can submit digital images to the website www.bbc.co.uk/apictureofbritain
INTERACTIVE: Digital viewers can access an interactive picture gallery and a digital photography masterclass via the red button
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Reaction to the outcome of today's ladies' singles final and a look ahead to the men's singles final tomorrow. Presented by John Inverdale. Producer Richard Carr ; Editor Ron Chakraborty
Repeated tomorrow at 6am on BBC1 RT DIRECT: women's and men's Wimbledon 2005 towels, as used by the competitors, are E23.99 each, plus E2.49 p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate), quoting ref PM80
Claustrophobic crime drama starring Al Pacino. On a hot August day in 1972, Sonny Wortzik and two accomplices enter a Brooklyn bank and hold the staff at gunpoint. But the robbery goes wrong and when police surround the building, Sonny and his morose friend Sal are trapped inside with their hostages. Review page 48.
Director Sidney Lumet (1975. 15) (
Comedy horror starring
Michael Gough and Robin Askwith. Young rock singer Jason Jones is persuaded by a travel agent to take a relaxing break at Dr Storm's "Health
Hotel", Brittlehurst Manor. But he soon discovers that the hotel is not all it seems. Review page 48.
Director Antony Balch (1973, 18)
www.bbc.co.uk/learninqzone Repeats not indicated Open University & General Interest
2.00 Sickle Cell - a Lethal Advantage A study of why this condition is so common among people of African origin. 63222 2.30 In Search of Syphilis How a skeleton is giving new insights into the origins of the disease. <S) 82357 3.00 The Ageing Files 99512 3.30 The Addiction Files 7386390 4.20 The Web Weavers Why the Web issuch a phenomenon. 54390048 4.30 Mind Readers 90241 5.00 Fighting for Space 70999 5.30 Never Mind the Quality?