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James Martin 's dolcelatte and fig tart stars alongside
Sue Lawrence 's chocolate brownie trifle on today's summer menu.
In the archive section,
Delia Smith has a guide to foolproof rice, while the Two Fat Ladies rustle up Egyptian-style broad beans, lobster and raspberry shortcake. Presented by Antony Worrall Thompson. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi: special features via the handset, or Hachoir and kitchen scales offer - RT Shop: page 39


James Martin
Sue Lawrence
Delia Smith
Presented By:
Antony Worrall Thompson.
Michael Connock
Elaine Bancroft

Are deaf people satisfied with the service they receive from airlines? Clive Mason finds out. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 1.10am on BBCI


Clive Mason

Live coverage of the women's final from the Roland Garros stadium in Paris. Last year's event saw the Williams sisters begin a series of clashes in Grand Slam finals that has so far continued to January's
Australian Open. Serena has triumphed in all four events - but will there be a new champion this time around? Presented by John Inverdale , with commentary by Chris Bailey , John Lloyd ,
David Mercer and Virginia Wade.
Executive producer Paul Davies


Roland Garros
Presented By:
John Inverdale
Commentary By:
Chris Bailey
Commentary By:
John Lloyd
Commentary By:
David Mercer
Commentary By:
Virginia Wade.
Paul Davies

Will today's vendors turn a profit at an auction in Shrewsbury?
With antiques dealer Paul Martin. Series producer Hannah Comeck Executive producer Jane Lomas


Paul Martin.
Hannah Comeck
Jane Lomas

Antipodean adventures await "skyrunner" Suzi Perry as two contestants from Wiltshire, who are aiming for the top prize of E2,000, grapple with cryptic clues set in and around Hobart, Tasmania. Presented by Dermot Mumaghan. Series producer Hester Davies ; Executive producer Malcolm Heyworth


Suzi Perry
Presented By:
Dermot Mumaghan.
Hester Davies
Malcolm Heyworth

By Christmas 1914, the bloody impasse in the trench lines on the Western Front saw Lord Kitchener looking elsewhere for victory, in an attempt to seize control of strategic Turkey, a British naval expedition advanced on the Dardanelles, and Allied troops landed at Gallipoli with the aim of taking Constantinople. However, events did not go according to plan and, after 37 weeks, soldiers were evacuated from the beaches. Episode ten follows on BBC4.
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Sir Michael Redgrave
Tony Essex
Gordon Watkins

Israel is home to a wealth of architectural treasures, such as Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock, the Wailing Wall, and Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity. However, these unique antiquities are constantly under threat from the conflict that ravages the region. In the first of two programmes, historian Dan Cruickshank visits sites holy to Muslims, Jews and Christians, and considers how much longer they can survive hostilities in the Middle East.
(Dan Cruickshank and the Raiders of the Lost Art is tomorrow at 9pm)


Dan Cruickshank
Heidi Perry
Executive Producer:
Basil Comely

Satirical black comedy, based on the controversial bestseller by Bret Easton Ellis. 1980s America: corporate executive Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) is wealthy, handsome and narcissistic. He has the latest designer clothes, a pristine apartment and the perfect girlfriend. However, he also likes to kill. Widescreen.
Director Mary Harron (2000.18) Film of the week: page 47


Bret Easton Ellis.
Patrick Bateman
Mary Harron
Patrick Bateman:
Christian Bale
Donald Kimball:
Willem Dafoe
Paul Allen:
Jared Leto
Evelyn Williams:
Reese Witherspoon
Chloe Sevigny
Timothy Bryce:
Justin Theroux
Courtney Rawlinson:
Samantha Mathis
Josh Lucas
Guinevere Turner

Episodes 11-14 from the US suspense drama. Part 15 is showing tomorrow at 10pm.
6.00-7.00pm. Jack and Kate go in search of Syed Ali , Kim hides from the police, and Palmer arrests Stanton.
12.20 7.00-8.00pm. Kate learns a shocking secret.
1.00 8.00-9.00pm. Jack searches forthe bomb.
1.40-2.20 9.00-10.00pm. Palmer confronts Sherry about her involvement with Stanton's plan.


Syed Ali

Repeats are not indicated,
5to7s 3.00 Literacy- Starship English -preparation in the skills and thinking required for the National Test, plus a selection from Words and Pictures and Poems for Schools. The two-part strand concludes tomorrow at 2am.

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