Comedy drama starring Robert Mitchum and Jean Simmons. Review page 34. Director Lloyd Bacon (1954, U) (BW)
With Wendi Peters and Anthea Turner.
Financial news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Emily's secret is exposed, and Marcus's scheming ways are brought to a halt.
Cottages in Oxfordshire and Yorkshire. (Revised repeat)
Tom Heap searches for rare bats in Dorset.
Snow White, Blood Red. A murderer is on the loose at a ski lodge.
6/10. Some of the wooden antiques highlights.
Two amateur cooks from Yorkshire compete.
A family sample life in Brisbane.
Chefs cook off for a place in the quarter-finals and are set the challenge of making two dishes using sea bass, followed by eggs florentine and rhubarb tart. Continues weeknights at 6.30pm. Director Bee Smith ; Series producer Paolo Proto
A celebration of the life and 50-year career of the iconic jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald , featuring rare footage as well as interviews with friends.
Director/Producer Paul Bernays First shown on BBC4
St John's College, Cambridge, match wits with Lincoln College, Oxford. Jeremy Paxman hosts. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels Why I Love...: www.radiotimes.com/university-blog
3/4. Dave Myers and Simon King travel from Cornwall to Scotland in their search for the best pies. They knock up a Cornish pasty at Geevor Tin Mine, bake apple pies in Worcester, try their hand at pork pies in Melton Mowbray and end their journey in Aberdeenshire, where they feed salmon coulibiac to a group of pipers and highland dancers. Director/Producer Oliver Clark Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Hairy Bakers' recipe at www.radiotimes.com/hairy-bakers
7/8; series six. Potentially lucrative ventures include recycled jewellery boxes, low-calorie curry sauces, a radiator designed to look like a skirting board, pre-scooped ice cream varieties, temporary blinds for the Olympic village, an online antiques auction business, and easy-to-fit shelving.
Series producer Sam Lewens ; Executive producer Dominic Bird Repeated next Sunday Blog and photo gallery, www.radiotimes.com/dragons-den
8/8. With guests Graeme Garden, Lauren Laverne , Phil Daniels and Michael Mcintyre. Director Barbara Wiltshire; Series producer Derek McLean Shown last Friday on BBC1
With Gavin Esler. Editor Jasmin Buttar www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Followed by Weather
1/3. Before / Call You In. Series of monologues written, produced and directed by Hugo Blick. Sheila Hancock stars as a dying woman waiting to receive the drugs to take her own life. Shown last Monday on BBC1
11.50 2/3. Six Days One June. Rhys Ifans stars as Hugh, a farmer who is trying to unshackle himself from his domineering mother. Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
12.20 AM 3/3. A Bit of Private Business. An assassin waits in a public lavatory for his next target. Starring Bob Hoskins. Shown last Wednnesday on BBC1
Adventure of the Mad Tea Party Wealthy eccentric Spencer Lockridge offers to turn Ellery's book into a play.
Languages & Travel Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Deutsch Plus 1-8 German soap.