Presented by Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Sophie Grigson and Mike Robinson join Antony Worrall
Thompson. Chocolate lovers can choose which dish will be made at the end of the show and there's a great prize up for grabs.
Executive producers Elaine Bancroft and Barry Lynch VOTE: [number removed]3333 (lOp); bbc.co.uk/food COMPETITION: [number removed]3366 (25p)
2/13. A Midweek Dinner Party
Rachel Allen's menu of haddock chowder. Moroccan chicken tagine and poached nectarines.
Investigating access to mental health services for deaf people. Plus a chat with Natalya Dymitruk, the Ukrainian interpreter who helped start the Orange Revolution. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Rptd Tuesday 1.30am BBC1 <SL)
Director Terry Gilliam talks about The Brothers Grimm.
Shown last Monday on BBC1
A guirky design with glass blocks and copper piping.
Reincarnation of Angie. Jim helps the sister of a missing stockbroker.
Mr Monk and the Girl Who Cried Wolf. Sharona has several frightening encounters with a blood-soaked man.
Stirring Second World War action drama starring Cliff Robertson and George Chakiris. An RAF squadron is assigned to destroy an apparently indestructible factory in Norway, which manufactures fuel for German V-2 rockets. Review page 53. Director Walter E Grauman (1964. PG)
With Ray Stubbs.
Martin Samuel of the News of the World and The Times reviews the past week's press.
The show takes a trip to Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware
2/6. Sexual Discrimination. On the 30th anniversary of the Sexual Discrimination Act, Mariella Frostrup asks if the battle for gender equality has lost the plot. Producer Jane Fellner ; Exec producer Paul Woolwich
Actor and writer Meera Syal travels to India seeking answers to her parents' unconventional ideas. It's a quest that leads straight back to her grandfathers' part in the struggle for Indian independence.
Director Safina Uberoi ; Series editor Ben Gale
1/6. Surprising Beginnings. Laurence Rees's definitive and harrowing history of the site of the largest mass murder that the world has ever seen. Auschwitz was, however, originally intended as a place to hold Polish political prisoners. Narrated by Samuel West. Directors Detlef Siebert and Dominic Sutherland
6/10; series two. The new High Risk Pregnancy Unit deals with a particularly tricky case. With sex scenes and strong language. Next episode follows on BBC3.
Writer/Producer Jed Mercurio ; Director Douglas Mackinnon
Shown last Saturday on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bodies
Series three. Peter's toy firm is bought by a tobacco conglomerate.
(First shown on Sky One)
Stan Knows Best. Hayley becomes a waitress at a strip club when she moves out of the family home and Stan cancels her credit cards.
3/8. The Boyfriend. Moz makes up with Nicki and comes face to face with his stalker.
Writer Graham Duff ; Director Dan Zeff ; Producer Ted Dowd
First shown on BBC3
The cheeky pop quiz returns with guests Katie Melua, Darren Hayes, Dave Fulton and Holly Willoughby.
Shown last Monday
Challenger Disaster. Recalling January 1986 when the ill-fated space shuttle exploded a minute after take-off. Director Angus Cameron ; Exec producer Chris Kelly
Semi-final highlights from the Indoor Open at Ponds Forge, Sheffield.
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2.00 The Golden Thread 60677
2.30 An English Education 72612
3.00 News Stories 89047
3.30 English, English Everywhere (S) 63964
4.00 Living with Risk (S) 84457
4.30 Global Fantasy 2 39S06
5.00 Mother Knows Best? 60254
5.30 Background Brief: Consciousness 9787438
5.45 Snapshots:How to Be a Mosquito Hunter