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Gary Rhodes cooks turbot with mango, and Irish chef Rachel Allen serves some hearty winter fare. With Antony Worrall Thompson. Producer Michael Connock ; Exec producers Elaine Bancroft and Barry Lynch

Contributors

Unknown:
Gary Rhodes
Unknown:
Rachel Allen
Unknown:
Antony Worrall Thompson.
Producer:
Michael Connock
Producers:
Elaine Bancroft
Producers:
Barry Lynch

2/5. The identity of Nina's mystery lover is revealed. Drama from
See Hear. With in-vision subtitles.
Writer David Horbury Rptd Tue at 12.55am on BBC1 [Web address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
David Horbury
Jamil:
Umesh Valjee
Claire:
Diana Martin
Adam:
Matthew Gurney
Fran:
Fifi Garfield
Sue:
Caroline Parker
Nina:
Paula Garfield
Michael:
Hal Draper
Neil:
Steven Webb

Presented by Hazel Irvine.
1.05 Tennis Highlights from
Melbourne of the women's singles final at the Australian Open.
Live coverage of the men's singles final can be seen tomorrow from 8.30am
2.00 Athletics Britain take on France, Sweden, Italy and Russia in Glasgow. Jason Gardener goes in the men's 60m at 2.05. The men's triple jump starts at
2.15, with the women's 60m at
2.20. Continues on BBC1.

Contributors

Presented By:
Hazel Irvine.
Unknown:
Jason Gardener

Hundreds of hopefuls turn out to test experts Philip Serrell and Thomas Plant in Leatherhead, Surrey. Will the pair find much of interest? And will their predictions prove correct in the auction room?

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip Serrell
Unknown:
Thomas Plant

4/5. Cragside House. Victorian arms manufacturer Lord Armstrong carved the appropriately named
Cragside out of a Northumbrian hill, powered it with hydroelectricity and filled it with the latest gadgets. Jonathan Meades looks back at a house of the future.
Director Robert Payton ; Series producer Allan Campbell
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Meades
Director:
Robert Payton
Producer:
Allan Campbell

Einstein's Equation of Life and Death. E=MC2 explains why the sun shines - but also underpins the nuclear bomb. Documentary and dramatised elements explore how Albert Einstein 's discovery went from symbols in a notebook to weapons of mass destruction.
Producers Johanna Gibbon , Aidan Laverty Shown last Thursday
The new series continues on Thursday at 9pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Einstein
Producers:
Johanna Gibbon
Producers:
Aidan Laverty

Criminologist David Wilson conducts an investigation into the death of Russia's first dictator, who ruled the country during the 16th century. Beginning with rumours that Ivan was strangled by enemies close to him, the historical murder mystery then takes Wilson across Russia and on to the court of Queen Elizabeth I. Forensic science finally reveals the way in which Ivan was dispatched - but who was responsible? A new series of Timewatch starts in March.

Contributors

Presenter:
David Wilson
Producer:
Karen Kelly
Executive Editor:
John Farren

Alexander Armstrong attempts to keep order as regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop join forces with guests Phill Jupitus and Julia Hartley-Brewer .
Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Nick Martin

Contributors

Unknown:
Alexander Armstrong
Unknown:
Paul Merton
Unknown:
Ian Hislop
Unknown:
Phill Jupitus
Unknown:
Julia Hartley-Brewer
Director:
Paul Wheeler
Producer:
Nick Martin

Elephants breaking into the House of Commons, the favourite swear words of Conservative politicians, and a massacre on a makeover show: all elements of BBC3's alternative take on the events of last year. Presented by Armando lannucci.
Producer Adam Tandy ; Exec producer Jon Powman

Contributors

Presented By:
Armando Lannucci.
Producer:
Adam Tandy
Producer:
Jon Powman

1/3. The Chick and the Hairy Guy. Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais 's dramatisation of Jonathan Coe 's novel.
Three friends growing up in 1970s Birmingham discover the wonderful worlds of girls and music.
Shown last Wednesday Series continues Wed at 9pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Dick Clement
Unknown:
Ian La Frenais
Unknown:
Jonathan Coe

Story *** Enjoyably camp biographical drama starring Jay Underwood and Renee Faia as the pop duo whose 1960s success belied a volatile relationship that led to divorce in the 1970s. Review page 53.
Director David Burton Morris (1999, PG)
Then The Witness A historical event recalled.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jay Underwood
Unknown:
Renee Faia
Director:
David Burton Morris

Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Galapagos: Research in the Field 19769 2.30 Reindeer in the Arctic 98276 3.00 Health and Disease: Why Me? Why Now? 45059 3.30 Open Advice - a Different Way of Learning 12856 4.00 The Next Big Thing: Forever Young 93721 4.30 Cell City - City Life 91360 5.00 Lab Detectives Double bill. 868185.30 Landscape Mysteries - In Search of Irish Gold

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