Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
Newswatch is at 7.45.
With Brian Turner and newcomer, cookery writer Emma Lewis , plus Rick Stein and Keith Floyd , the competition and the viewers' vote. Executive producers Elaine Bancroft and Barry Lynch VOTE: [number removed]3333 (lOp); bbc.co.uk/food COMPETITION: [number removed]3366 (25p) Salt and pepper mill/sauce and gravy butler offers: page 32
4/13. Girls' Night. Evening treats for female friends.
Featuring a profile of deaf Belgian MP Helga Stevens. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Rptd Tuesday 1.30am BBC1 (SL) Followed by The Witness
Including a review of Jodie Foster 's new thriller Flightplan.
Shown last Monday on BBCHS)
The Killer's Dozen. The detectives fill in after the uniformed police officers go on strike.
Second World War mystery starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce.
Holmes and Watson investigate acts of sabotage announced in Nazi propaganda broadcasts. Review page 55.
(1942, U) (BW)
The Hammer of C Block. Jim attempts to clear a former prison mate.
Mr Monk Takes His Medicine
Captain Stottlemeyer is shot by an unknown assailant.
Wales v Australia
The Six Nations champions and the Wallabies clash at the Millennium Stadium (kick-off 5.00).
Wales haven't beaten Australia since 1987, so the Grand Slam winners will be hungry for victory. With John Inverdale. Highlights tomorrow 3.50pm in Grandstand. Executive producer Paul Davies
Editor Carl Hicks Live online at wwwbbcco.uk£port (UK only) England v Samoa highlights, 7pm on BBC3
Quentin Letts of the Daily Mail reviews last week's press stories.
5/6. Kids! Who Needs 'Em? Nicki Defago , controversial author of Childfree and Loving It!, puts forward her arguments for people staying childless. Producer Glynn Jones : Exec producer Paul Woolwich
4/4. How, in 1943, a team of Harvard psychologists managed to draw startlingly accurate conclusions from a profile they drew up of the Führer.
Producer David Stewart ; Executive producer John Farren
Shown last Friday www.bbc.co.uk/timewatch
4/6. Corruption. How corruption became rife among SS members working at the Auschwitz death camp. Directors Martina Balazova and Detlef Siebert
Producer Laurence Rees
9/10; series two. Polly finds out her research trial may have serious side effects, while gossip puts
Hurley's career and marriage at risk. Guest-starring Katy Cavanagh. The next episode follows on BBC3.
Writer/Director Jed Mercurio ; Producer Sue de Beauvoir
Shown last Saturday on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bodies
Death Lives. Series three. Peter gets struck by lightning. Guest voice: Peter Frampton.
First shown on Sky One
Homeland Insecurity. Francine decides to throw a block party to get in touch with the neighbourhood. Guest voices: Gina Gershon and Elias Koteas.
6/8. The Party. It's no fun for Moz when
Nicki organises a big party to celebrate his birthday.
Writer Graham Duff ; Director Dan Zeff ; Producer Ted Dowd
First shown on BBC3 Johnny Vegas in A Midsummer Night's Dream, BBC1 Monday 8.30pm
US comedian Rich Hall and MTV host Dave Berry are among tonight's guests on the irreverent music guiz. Shown last Monday Phill Jupitus on My Morning Jacket: page 44
Cult blaxploitation starring
Ron O'Neal. A drug dealer's plans to go straight are tested by the world of organised crime. Review page 55.
Director Gordon Parks Jr (1972, 18) This week's premieres: paqe 51; Film Trivia: page 64 Followed by The Witness
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Hidden Visions 73422 2.30 Lifelines
3.00 Sickle Cell Disease A Lethal Advantage
3.30 Lost Worlds 17669 4.00 Making Contact 98534 4.30 Open Advice A Meeting of Minds
5.00 The Addiction Files 81621 5.30 Background Brief The Science of Sleep 9018350 5.45
Snapshots Leaping into Uncertainty