Harold Mold takes an emotional journey to find out about his father's service in the First World War. And deaf teenagers perform poetry in sign language With voiceover.
Repeated on Tuesday at 1.55am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Ireland v South Africa
Ireland's autumn international campaign is off to a sizzling start at Lansdowne Road with the team up against one of the world's great rugby powers (kick-off 5.00). The Irish have only ever beaten the Springboks twice, both times on home soil, and that includes their famous Ronan O'Gara-inspired victory two years ago. Presented by John Inverdale with commentators Eddie Butler and Phillip Matthews.
Highlights tomorrow at 4.30pm in Sunday Grandstand. Producer Matthew Griffiths ; Editor Carl Hicks
7/12. Sir Paul McCartney tells Verity Sharp how he feels about making music and taking knocks in the British press. Kate Winslet talks about her latest role in new thriller Little Children and hip Sheffield band the Long Blondes perform live. Plus the unveiling of the top ten nominations in the search for Britain's greatest living icon. Presented by Lauren Laverne. Series producer Danielle Graham ; Executive producer
Edward Morgan www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
For 44 years contestants have had fingers on buzzers. Now to be immortalised on film in Starter for Ten famous former participants in the iconic quiz show, including Stephen Fry, John Simpson, Julian Fellowes and Miriam Margoyies, help trace the origins of this classic programme. Hosts past and present Bamber Gascoigne and Jeremy Paxman are also on hand to recall the triumphs, the disasters, the quirky characters and wrong answers. Directors/Producers Maire Tracey and Jane Littlewood See page 67
2/6. Manifest Destiny. After a visit to relatives back in Virginia, Jacob and his family meet a businessman who convinces them to join his wagon train.
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An array of stars are in Nashville for the highlight of the country music year. Among those joining hosts Brooks and Dunn are a host of stars, including LeAnn Rimes, Alan Jackson, Kris Kristofferson, Martina McBride, Sheryl Crow and Jon Bon Jovi.
Executive producer Mark Hagen
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