With Kate Silverton, Bill Turnbull. Newswatch is at 7.45.
With Gary Rhodes and soul food queen Momma Cherri, plus Rick Stein and Keith Floyd in the archive slot and the prize competition.
Executive producers Elaine Bancroft and Barry Lynch VOTE: [number removed]3333 (10p); bbc.co.uk/food COMPETITION: [number removed]3366 (25p)
3/13. Summery Lunch. Roast fish, a twist on caesar salad and a strawberry tart.
Highlights of this year's Remark! Film and TV Awards. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Rptd Tuesday 1.25am BBC1 (SL) Followed by The Witness
Including a review of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Shown last Monday on BBC1
Choices. A star witness is dead - who'll testify now?
Tense crime mystery starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce.
The legendary sleuth investigates murders at a mansion that has been converted into a military rest home. Review page 61. Director Roy William Neill (1943. U) (BW) Another Sherlock Holmes mystery. The Pearl of Death, is tomorrow at 12.20pm
The Girl in the Bay City Boys' Club Jim takes part in a high-stakes poker game.
Mr Monk and the Game Show Is the incumbent Treasure Chest champion a cheat?
A fierce clash is in prospect as the Six Nations champions face the formidable Springboks in Cardiff (kick-off 5.00). Wales have beaten South Africa only once in their history - six years ago at the Millennium Stadium. With John Inverdale. TV presentation Paul Davies
Editor Carl Hicks Live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only) England v New Zealand, 7pm on BBC3
Press review with Martin Samuel of The Times.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Ged Clarke
4/6. Selling Sickness. Why as a society do we pop so many pills and endlessly worry about our health? A fed-up Jo Brand tackles hypochondria head-on with a rant against the only people she feels benefit from our aches and pains - the pharmaceutical industry. Producer Lucy Swingler ; Exec producer Mark Fielder
The highlight of the country music year from New York's Madison Square Garden. Among those up for an award are Kris Kristofferson , Kenny Chesney and Keith Urban. With performances from Dolly Parton and Elton John, Willie Nelson and Paul Simon, Jon Bon Jovi, Garth Brooks , Alison Krauss and others.
Producer Mark Hagen Extended repeat at 12.25am
3/6. Factories of Death. How bigger gas chambers and crematoria enabled Auschwitz and Treblinka to handle a huge influx of Jews from across Europe. Directors Detlef Siebert and Dominic Sutherland
Producer Laurence Rees (AD)
3/10; series two. Polly must make an agonising choice, while Whitman is desperate to clear his name. The next episode follows on BBC3.
Writer Rachel Pole; Producer Jed Mercurio ; Director lain B MacDonald Shown last Saturday on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bodies What Alexei Sayle's watching: page 44
And the Wiener Is.... Series three. Father-and-son rivalry intensifies when Peter makes an eye-popping discovery about Chris. Guest voice: Patrick Duffy.
First shown on Sky One
Roger Codger. When Stan invites his boss over for dinner, Roger the alien is undone by his taste for dry white wine. Guest voice: Patrick Stewart.
5/8. The Backpacker. Nicki mislays her saucy photos, while Colin makes Moz an intriguing offer.
Writer Graham Duff ; Director Dan Zeff ; Producer Ted Dowd
First shown on BBC3
Singer/songwriter Daniel Powter, comedian Lucy Porter, Most Haunted's Yvette Fielding and Chas Hodges (of cockney rockers Chas 'n' Dave) guest. Shown last Monday
Extended highlights. Revised repeat from 7.45pm
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 The Science of Climate 26001
2.30 A Formidable Foe 45136
3.00 A Thread of Quicksilver
3.30 Uncertain Principles 36488
4.00 The Birth of Liquid Crystals 40681
4.30 Open Advice A Different Way of Learning 53020
5.00 The Ageing Files 33778
5.30 Background Brief The Science of Ageing 9289846
5.45 Snapshots Unlocking Autism