Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams host. NewsWatch is at 7.45.
4/6. Breakfasts. Bangers and bacon, the delicate flavours of omelette Arnold Bennett and a pancake recipe.
10/13. A Great Family Meal. Nutty scones, quick roast chicken and upside down plum cake.
Baby Broker. The pair investigate the sale of babies.
Keira Knightley grapples with Jane Austen in Pride and Prejudice. Shown last Monday on BBC1
Period adventure adapted from Joseph Conrad 's novel starring
Peter O'Toole and James Mason. Haunted by an act of cowardice, a sailor in South East Asia accepts a dangerous mission to try to find redemption. Review page 57.
Director Richard Brooks (1965, PG)
Resurrection in Black and White Jim is hired to clear a man convicted of murder.
Mr Monk and the Panic Room A dead music producer's pet chimpanzee is found holding the murder weapon.
Live coverage from Wentworth Club in Surrey continues.
Colin Montgomerie , Luke Donald , Thomas Bjorn , Bernhard Langer , Retief Goosen , Trevor Immelman and Jose Maria Olazabal were among those expected to contest for a place in today's semi-finals. Hosted by Steve Rider. INTERACTIVE: if matches overrun, digital viewers can access continued coverage by pressing the red button
Dr Mender receives a crisis call from Frank.
Harrogate in North Yorkshire welcomes presenter
Paul Martin and experts Anita Manning and David Barby. Series producer Peter Smith : Executive producer Tom Ware
Only weeks after it was first shown on BBC1 another chance to see this visually stunning documentary piecing together highlights from the ground-breaking BBC natural history series The Blue Planet. Michael Gambon narrates this fascinating and superbly shot insight into the astonishing diversity of life in and around the world's seas. Review page 57.
Directors Andy Byatt , Alastair Fothergill (2003, PG)
Tears, tantrums and artistic triumphs have all played their part during the first week for five celebrity students taking an intensive art course at the prestigious Chelsea College of Art and Design.
This recap of the story so far shows just how
John Humphrys , Ulrika Jonsson , Clarissa Dickson Wright, Keith Allen and Radio 1's DJ Nihal have all discovered insights into their artistic capabilities.
The series continues on Monday at 6pm.
To generations his books including Swallows and Amazons were an integral part of growing up. But was there a darker side to the author? In this drama documentary the enthusiastic Griff Rhys Jones follows a trail that begins in Russia, reveals close links with many leading Bolsheviks, an affair with Trotsky's secretary and previously unreleased KGB documents about Ransome. But was he actually spying for the British secret service all along?
Writers Griff Rhys Jones and Andrew Thompson
Producer/Director Andrew Thompson Arthur Ransome 's most daring adventure: page 28
Sir Basil Thomson:
Foreign Office clerk:
Red Army officer:
White Army officer:
Lavish period romantic drama based on the novel by Henry James and starring Helena Bonham Carter as impoverished Kate Croy , who's keen to return to the upper echelons of society that her mother gave up for love. She uses her penniless lover Merton to woo the rich but dying heiress Millie Theale. But Kate's plan is complicated by the passion kindled between Millie and Merton. Review page 57.
Director lain Sottley (1997, 15)
Journalists Ben Miles,:
Opium den lady:
A global ceasefire day was the dream of film-maker Jeremy Gilley. For five years he documented his efforts to persuade the world, via the UN, Nobel Peace Prize laureates, aid agencies, freedom fighters, media moguls and victims of war. This Storyville film is the result.
Series editor Nick Fraser
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
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