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Today's guests are
Clark Denmark , a lecturer at the Deaf Studies Centre at Bristol University, and Carolyn Nabarro , presenter of news headlines in BSL for HTV West. Introduced by Mark Wheatley. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Rptd Tuesday 3.50am BBCl

Contributors

Unknown:
Clark Denmark
Unknown:
Carolyn Nabarro
Introduced By:
Mark Wheatley.

Guests include Craig Charles, Charisma Carpenter and Scott Wright with music from Liberty X and Jimmy Eat World, plus Cubix, Jackie Chan Adventures, The Cramp Twins, and S Club 7 Don't Stop Movin'.
With Dani Behr and Joe Mace.

BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers
S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin' is repeated tomorrow at 10am

Contributors

Presenter:
Dani Behr
Presenter:
Joe Mace
Guest:
Craig Charles
Guest:
Charisma Carpenter
Guest:
Scott Wright
Producer:
Maria Stewart
Producer:
Jonathan Robinson
Executive Producer:
Simon Parsons

To help with the Jubilee celebrations, guest chef Rob Kirby cooks a picnic and party menu featuring seared salmon with bean and pea pesto, cold poached chicken with smoked garlic and tomato sauce and potato salad, and as a finale, an open Kent strawberry tart.
In Ever Wondered about ...
Bangers and Mash,
Alan Coxon cooks the finest pork sausages, with a splash of balsamic vinegar, and mash.
Plus, more culinary tips from
Jamie Oliver in The Naked
Chef, and another episode of Rick Stein 's 's Seafood Odyssey. Director Chanotte Harris : Senes producer Sara Kozak WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food
Our Jubilee special begins on page 17 Jubilee souvenirs: page 48

Contributors

Unknown:
Rob Kirby
Unknown:
Alan Coxon
Unknown:
Jamie Oliver
Unknown:
Rick Stein
Director:
Chanotte Harris
Producer:
Sara Kozak

Regional Variations (2)

The Sky at Night

Southern Eyes

Duration: 19 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Patrick Moore is joined by Professor Fred Watson from the Anglo-Australian Observatory to view some of the images taken by the UK Schmidt telescope. They discuss the exciting new 6dF project. Show more

★★★★
Drama, starring
Kenneth More and Michael Goodliffe , and showing as part of the Saturday Matinée strand. The "unsinkable" Titanic sets sail in April 1912 on a fateful maiden voyage. Review page 55. Director Roy Baker (1958. PG)
(BW)

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth More
Unknown:
Michael Goodliffe
Director:
Roy Baker

The first episode of the holiday-camp comedy, from 1981.
Desire in the Mickey Mouse Grotto. It's 1959, and the staff meet their new boss.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft

Contributors

Written By:
Jimmy Perry
Written By:
David Croft

Western, starring and directed by Ray Milland. When a gunman comes across the aftermath of a stagecoach hold-up, he is forced to kill a lawman in self-defence. On the run, he sets about discovering who was responsible for the murderous robbery. Review page 55.
(1955, U)

Contributors

Directed By:
Ray Milland.
Wes Steele:
Ray Milland
Nadine Corrigan:
Mary Murphy
Gil Corrigan:
Ward Bond
Stanley:
Raymond Burr
Dr Mason:
Arthur Space
Clantin:
Lee van Cleef

Yeats's words "too much beauty for luck" sprangtomind when writer Edna O'Brien chanced upon the story of a missing young mother and child. A week later their bodies were discovered in Cregg Wood in County Clare, just miles from where O'Brien was born and raised. Her controversial new novel In the Forest is a fictionalised account of the tragedy. This documentary follows O'Brien as she talks with local people who knew both the victims and the murderer, and explains how and why she wrote the book.
Producer Nadia Haggar Series editor Basil Comely

Contributors

Unknown:
Edna O'Brien

A re-edited and updated version of this football documentary, first shown in June 2000, about the highs and lows of England's national team since 1966. This first part begins with former England players recalling their World Cup triumph at Wembley Stadium in 1966, and continues with defeat at the hands of West Germany in Mexico four years later and the sacking of Alf Ramsey in 1974. Then 1986, when hopes were raised, only to be dashed - ominously - by Argentina in the quarter-finals. Concludes tomorrow at 8.30pm.

Contributors

Director:
Len Brown
Producer:
Alan Brown

Another chance to catch up on the action from the US thriller. The series continues tomorrow at 10pm.
9-10am. Jack keeps one step ahead of the Secret Service and secures a lead from the CTU.
11.20 10-llam. Jack interrogates Cofell, and Palmer confronts Carl about a killing.
12.05 11-12 noon. It finally looks as if Jack might be getting close to Teri and Kimberly. 4895802
Videoplus code for 10.40pm-12.45am (non-PDC)

Contributors

Jack Bauer:
Kiefer Sutherland
Teri Bauer:
Leslie Hope
Kimberly Bauer:
Elisha Cuthbert
Senator Palmer:
Dennis Haysbert
Nina Myers:
Sarah Clarke
Sherry Palmer:
Penny Johnson Jerald
Tony Almeida:
Carlos Bernard
Alan York:
Richard Burgi
Ira Gaines:
Michael Massee
Keith Palmer:
Vicellous Shannon
Jamey Farrell:
Karina Arroyave
MikeNovick:
Jude Ciccolella
Eli:
Silas Weir Mitchell
Alberta Green:
Tamara Tunie
Ted Cofell:
Currie Graham
Kevin Carroll:
Richard Burgi
Carl Webb:
Zach Grenier
Alan York/Kevin Carroll:
Richard Burgi
Rick:
Daniel Bess
Dr George Ferragamo:
John Prosky

Drama based on F Scott Fitzgerald 's final, unfinished novel. In thirties Hollywood, powerful studio head Monroe Stahr becomes captivated by an aspiring young actress who reminds him of his dead wife. Review page 55.
Director Elia Kazan (1976, 15)

Contributors

Unknown:
Scott Fitzgerald
Unknown:
Monroe Stahr
Director:
Elia Kazan
Monroe Stahr:
Robert de Niro
Rodriguez:
Tony Curtis
Pat Brady:
Robert Mitchum
Didi:
Jeanne Moreau
Brimmer:
Jack Nicholson
Boxley:
Donald Pleasence
Kathleen Moore:
Ingrid Boulting
Fleishacker:
Ray Milland
Red Ridingwood:
Dana Andrews
Cecilia Brady:
Theresa Russell
Wylie:
Peter Strauss
Guide:
John Carradine
Edna:
Anjelica Huston

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