Elle Macpherson talks about her business ventures and viewers questions on tax are answered.
Presented by Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell. Submit questions via email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch.
Editor Tracey Hobbs
Alfred Hitchcock crime drama - starring Gregory Peck and Alida Valli. The beautiful Mrs Paradine has been accused of murdering her husband.
Convinced of her innocence, barrister Anthony Keane finds himself completely infatuated with his mysterious client and sets out to save her from the gallows.
Review page 55. (1947, U) (BW)
Maddalena Anna Paradine:
3/4. Blair's Moment? With the future direction of Europe no longer fought down the barrel of a gun, but by armies of bureaucrats in Brussels, Allan Little gets a behind-the-scenes look at British attempts to win the arguments that are tearing Europe apart.
Series producers Richard Bee and Sarah Harrison
8/12. April heralds a thorough spring clean, with the chimney swept out with a holly brush and the indoors dusted with a goose wing. But will the 17th-century dishes for veal and a peculiarly green omelette be edible? Owen Teale narrates.
Producer Peter Sommer ; Series producer David Upshal
7/8. Planning for Victory. How Winston Churchill was at the heart of the D-Day planning, despite failing health. With Professor Richard Holmes. Producer Harvey Lilley ; Executive producer Mark Fielder
First shown on BBC4
Monty takes a look at the progress of the fruit gardens at Berryfields, now in their second year. Joe gives a step-by-step guide to preparing a lawn for late autumn, while Carol starts the cycle of lifting and dividing perennial plants in the long borders.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors 30-minute gardener: page 32
I 1/2. Transformed five years ago from an abandoned china clay pit, Cornwall's Eden Project has become one of the country's most enduringly successful horticultural attractions. Alan Titchmarsh narrates this look at a year's workload, from extreme pruning in tropical conditions to the planting of a stunning array of one million spring bulbs.
Producer Geoff Dunlop ; Executive producer Jeremy Gibson
Made in heaven?: page 19
2/12. Doon MacKichan , Arthur Smith , Andy Hamilton and Alan Davies probe crime and cuisine. Stephen Fry presides. Next edition at 10.30pm on BBC4. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Shown last Friday on BBC4 Alan Davies is back: page 20
In a film from the series overseen by Martin Scorsese , director Mike Figgis explores the -- impact of American blues music on Britain and its influence on bands such as the Rolling Stones.
Review page 55. 12003,15) (Colour and BW)
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Science of Climate 22427 2.30 A Formidable Foe 19214 3.00 A Thread of Quicksilver
3.30 Uncertain Principles 25514 4.00 The Birth of Liquid Crystals 13779 4.30 Open Advice A
Different Way of Learning 59446 5.00 Building the Perfect Beast 15514 5.30 Ever Wondered?
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