Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Tracy upsets Justine. (R) (S)
Celebrity visitor challenge, with JK and Joel.
A Nasa mission is at risk.
Freema Agyeman guests.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Tracy steps up her campaign.
Followed by Bernard
Elly Brewer Writer: Laura
This week's shortlist of Great Deaf Britons include a footballer. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Rptd Tuesday 12.55am on BBC1
Patrick Moore celebrates the show's 50th anniversary.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Gertie the giraffe finds her feet (Revised rptXS)
★★★★★ Classic comedy with James Stewart ,
Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant , the first of a double bill celebrating the centenary of Katharine Hepburn s birth. Socialite Tracy Lord 's wedding preparations are turned upside down by the arrival of her first husband. Review page 45. Director George Cukor (1940, U)
(BWXS) And Don't Miss...: page 43
Comedy drama starring Spencer Tracy , Katharine Hepburn and Sidney Poitier. A publisher and his wife re-examine their liberal beliefs when their daughter announces her engagement to a black doctor. Review page 45. Director Stanley Kramer (1967, PG
Film Trivia: page 57
Alfred Hitchcock 's classic romantic thriller, based on Daphne du Maurier's novel, starring
Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine. Wealthy widower Maxim de Winter returns from Monte Carlo to his family estate in Cornwall, bringing with him his young bride. But the new Mrs de Winter soon finds herself haunted by the spirit of her husband's beautiful first wife, Rebecca. Part of the celebrations of the centenary of Daphne du Maurier's birth. Review page 45.
(1940, PG) (BW)
Rick Stein in du Maurier Country is at 8.10pm
And Don't Miss...: page 43; Film Trivia: page 57
Maxim de Winter:
Mrs de Winter:
Major Giles Lacy:
Mrs Edythe Van Hopper:
2/8. This week, Andrew Graham-Dixon tours Britain's land art in a helicopter, Chinese pianist Lang Lang demonstrates his virtuoso skills and Charlie Brooker surveys the week's TV highlights. Plus there's a look at how 9/11 has been depicted in a graphic novel and why chess is the latest urban craze. With music from Mutya Buena and Groove Armada. Lauren Laverne hosts.
Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 1.40am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
In the first of two programmes celebrating the centenary of Daphne du Maurier's birth, chef Rick Stein, who settled and built up his restaurant business in Padstow, Cornwall, pays a personal tribute to the Cornish novelist. He sets out on a journey to rediscover the county's locations she vividly brought to life in her novels Frenchman's Creek, Jamaica Inn and Rebecca.
The road to Manderley: page 22
Drama from This Life creator Amy Jenkins about the life of novelist Daphne du Maurier, in celebration of the writer's centenary, starring Geraldine
Somerville and Janet McTeer. Daphne develops a passion for the beautiful American heiress, Ellen Doubleday , and embarks on a life-changing love affair with the fun loving actress Gertrude Lawrence.
Tommy Browning Andrew Havill Dickie Tim Ahern Director Clare Beavan ; Exec producer Kim Thomas A dramatisation of du Maurier's The Blue Lenses, is on BBC7 at 630pm and 12.30am, My Cousin Rachel is at 9pm today and tomorrow at 3pm on Radio 4; and Last Night I Dreamed, stories inspired by the first line of Rebecca, is on Radio 4 at 3.30pm on Monday The road to Manderley: page 22
Daphne du Maurier:
5/8. Extended version of the quiz shown yesterday on BBC1, hosted by Kirsty Young. (Revised rpt) (5) Ian Hislop 's Scouting for Boys is on Monday at 9pm on BBC4 What does Paul Merton watch?: page 14
Featuring Cliff Richard , Lulu, Buck's Fizz and Abba.
Exec producer Mark Hagen Shown last Saturday Noughty but nice: page 29
Comedy about competitive hairdressing from the writer of The Full Monty, starring Alan Rickman , Natasha Richardson , Rachel Griff iths and Rachel Leigh Cook. Review page 45.
Director Paddy Breathnach (2000,15)