3/8. With the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford due to reopen after a multimillion-pound makeover, Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the 39 new galleries. Meanwhile, writer Michael Smith looks at the city's "town and gown" divide.
Jane Campion, director of Bright Star, a new film about John Keats, discusses the poet's oeuvre with his biographer Andrew Motion. Also, Lauren Laverne looks at how the internet is the early bird when it comes to new formats for comedy, and Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode discuss the future of 3-D films.
Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
2/8; series three. Following last week's double dismissal, seven couples remain. But to get the keys to one of Raymond Blanc's six restaurants, they must overcome a final obstacle: together, they have to run three leading chain restaurants. It's a pressured environment and a chance to prove they have real potential. The menus look simple enough - pizzas, noodles and sushi - but under the watchful eyes of Raymond and his partners Sarah Willingham and David Moore, service does not run smoothly. Who can deliver, who can learn, and who will buckle under the pressure and exit the competition? Director Emma Frank ; Executive producer Chloe Solomon Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
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4/13. Hell if I Know. The crew faces a crisis as the ship begins to shut down its operating systems. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
3/8; series two. I Won University Challenge Thor Halland was on the winning Birkbeck College team of the erudite quiz University Challenge in 2003. He believes that although success is celebrated in Britain, intelligence is not. This thought-provoking documentary tracks down ten previous winners of the show and discovers how life has played out for them since that moment in the spotlight. Is having the kind of mind capable of winning University Challenge a blessing or a curse? Director/Producer Alisa Pomeroy
2/5. An insight into the jet-setting lifestyle of James Caan as he breakfasts in Cannes, checks out investments in Lahore and gets a report on the progress of his luxury yacht. Plus why his TV appearances can make his daughters cringe and why he changed his name. Producer Ellen Evans ; Series producer Sam Lewens
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