With Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell. Viewers' questions on mortgages, plus an interview with publisher Felix Dennis.
Editor Tracey Hobbs
CONTACT: email [address removed] or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Second World War drama starring John Wayne. In the final months of the conflict, as the people of the Philippines fight the Japanese invaders while awaiting liberation, US Colonel Madden is instructed to form a guerrilla army. Review page 60. Director Edward Dmytryk (1945, PG)
Crocodilians have proved to be virtually indestructible, having outlived the dinosaurs. During their 200-million-year existence they have even survived profound climate change and times of mass extinction.
Producer Karen Partidge ; Series editor Sara Ford
As the series comes to an end, Delia turns her hand to desserts that are low on fuss but high on taste. Featuring Portuguese custard tarts, cheesecake and an appetising chocolate ricotta mousse.
Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
This week Monty makes a start on a garden for the senses at Berryf ields. The objective is to create a space offering stunning colourful displays, heady scents, plus relaxing and contemplative sounds, but he needs to clear the area first. Elsewhere, Joe takes his family along to see the new allotment. Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
(HD) www.gardenersworld.com Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 46
Celebrity fans and former contenders remember some of the former Apprentice candidates with big personalities who were never lost for words, as they competed for a job with Sir Alan Sugar. Including Tre Azam , Saira Khan , Ruth Badger and Katie Hopkins. Director/Producer Veronica Clifford
3/8. With trip-hop group Portishead, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Toumani Diabate , the Last Shadow
Puppets, Phil Campbell and DeVotchKa. Stuart Maconie on Portishead: page 42
Photo gallery: www.radiotlmes>com/later-with-jools-holland
Social comedy starring
Edward Clements. Radical student Tom Townsend finds himself drawn into the privileged world of young Manhattan socialites after he mistakenly takes a taxi to an affluent party. Film of the Day: page 61.
Director Whit Stillman (1990,15)
13/18; series two. Shown Wednesday at 11.50pm
4.05 14/18. Shown on Wednesday at 12.15am
4.25 15/18. Shown Wednesday at 12.35am
4.50 16/18. Shown yesterday at 11.50pm
5.10 17/18. Shown yesterday at 12.15am
5.30 18/18. Shown yesterday at 12.35am
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