The remaining warriors continue their quest.
With guest Dominic Littlewood.
Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton welcome Swedish pop sensation Robyn to watch TV clips from the archives, and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer.
Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
Simon Rimmer 's relaxed dishes in the May issue. On sale now, price £3.10
The wolves fight for the dominant position in the pack, while the giraffes feast on a box full of stinging nettles.
Series producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke
The steeplejack's admiration tor ordinary workers, from the labourers and stonemasons who built medieval castles to coal miners and mill workers.
Engaged in a baize battle today at the world championship are seven-time champion Stephen Hendry and Mark Allen , who eliminated former champion Ken Doherty in the opening round last year. Also featured is the conclusion of the match between Australia's
Neil Robertson and 1995 runner-up
Nigel Bond. Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott introduce the action from Sheffield. Live coverage, with a choice of tables, _ from 10am until close of play
Highlights from one of the weekend's Premiership fixtures, as the battle to secure a place in the play-offs heats up. Introduced by Andrew Cotter , with commentary by Nick Mullins and Brian Moore.
Salford City Reds v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
The Super League side face a tricky visit to Salford, who were relegated from the top flight last year, in the fourth round of the Challenge Cup (kick-off 5.30).
Rugby league's most prestigious club competition dates back well over 100 years and the fourth round is the traditional entry point of the game's big guns. Wakefield have not won the tournament since but Trinity coach John Kear has tasted Challenge Cup glory with both Sheffield and Hull FC. Salford's sole success was exactly 70 years ago when they beat
Barrow 7-4. Which of the teams playing today will be taking a first step to the final in August? Commentary from Dave Woods and Jonathan Davies.
Producer Sally Richardson ; Editor Alistair Mclntyre
A chance to catch up with what's been happening on day two of the world championship from the Crucible in Sheffield. Introduced by Hazel Irvine. Commentators are Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , John Virgo ,
Willie Thorne , Terry Griffiths and Neal Foulds. Digital viewers can access live coverage from Sheffield, with a choice of tables, from 10am until close of play
Director Martin Scorsese 's sweeping biographical drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Cate Blanchett. In 1920s Hollywood, multimillionaire Howard Hughes pursues his passions for movie-making, aircraft design and beautiful women. As the years pass and unfettered ambition turns into recklessness, Hughes's obsessive-compulsive behaviour begins to take its toll - both personally and professionally. Review page 40.
(2004, 12) Can modern stars play classic stars?: page 35
Glenn Odie Odekirk:
1/12. Another chance to see last Thursday's opening edition, with actors Tony Curtis and Kevin Bacon joining host Graham.
7/8. The six athletes are thrown into a wrestling boot camp in a Senegalese village in west Africa. Their aim is to compete with the locals at their national sport, but first they must avoid serious injury.
First shown on BBC3
Highlights of the second day's play in the world championship.
Ray Stubbs presents extended highlights from the world championship.
Tense film noir starring
Steve Brodie , Audrey Long and Raymond Burr. Trucker Steve Randall becomes innocently involved in a robbery in which a policeman is killed, and is forced to go on the run with his wife. Review page 42.
Director Anthony Mann (1947) (BW)
Topical reports with Gabby Logan. Shown last Monday on BBC1