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
New series. 1/8. Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo present a packed edition from the London film festival, featuring highlights and an interview with David Morrissey about his directorial debut. Michael Palin discusses his films and new book, while Toby Young talks to Cosmo Landesman and Peter Bradshaw about the role of the critics.
Plus Miranda Sawyer 's visit to the Frieze Art Fair. Series producer Danielle Graham : Executive producer
Edward Morgan Repeated next Saturday Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Turn On Tune In Chill Out with Simon Mayo : p
2/3. The Rise to Fame. Mishal Husain traces Mahatma Gandhi's transformation from obscure lawyer to father of the Indian nation, discovering a far more complex personality than that portrayed in the multi-Oscar-winning biopic of 1982. After facing unpopularity, political failure and incarceration, Gandhi finally triumphed in 1930 with the launch of the most astute campaign of the age - the 240-mile Salt March that succeeded in humiliating the British Raj. Husain also explores the animosity that many Indian Muslims - including her own family - felt towards Gandhi.
Producer Jonathan Mayo ; Executive producer Jean Claude Bragard
New series. 1/4. Levi Roots , who tasted success on Dragons' Den with his Reggae Reggae sauce, travels around Jamaica and the UK to show how to bring sunshine flavours to the kitchen. Tonight, Levi returns to Jamaica to cook spicy lamb, eat delicious yam mash with the family of athlete Usain Bolt and demonstrate how to barbecue fish Caribbean style. Series producer Rachael Barnes Reggae Reggae source; book offer: page 28
Helen House has revolutionised the care of sick children around the world, offering support to those with life-limiting illnesses. In a follow-up to the series, The Children of Helen House, the BBC team returned for three months last summer, meeting up with the founder, Sister Frances Dominica, and some of the patients. Cat Lovell, who required 24-hour care after having a brain tumour removed at the age of 11, has received news that it may have returned. Plus 30-year-old Ingrid Warren, who used Helen House because of a chronic renal condition, is now undergoing counselling to adapt to a healthy future after a kidney transplant. Producer Jonathan Mayo
Executive producer Jean Claude Bragard
Everyday Easy. Nigella Lawson shows how quick and easy it can be to make dinner by rustling up a family roast for her father Lord Lawson, cooking crispy squid and garlic mayo for supper with a friend, and preparing a favourite - mustard pork chops with gnocchi - for when she's home alone. Director Dominic Cyriax ; Series producer Olivia Ball
Western starring Dale Robertson and Virginia Mayo. Despite a warning from beautiful outlaw Abby Nixon, former US marshal Billy Reynolds becomes involved in a fatal shoot-out and is sentenced to ten years for murder at the notorious Arizona Territorial Prison. Review page 50. Director Alfred Werker (1953)
Arguably the biblical find of the age, these ancient documents contain the earliest versions of the Hebrew bible and an insight into the mind-set of John the Baptist, Jesus, and the early Christians.
Rageh Omaar tells their remarkable story, which is far from over, and uncovers the truth behind the myth. Director/Producer Jonathan Mayo First shown on BBC4
New series 1/13. Nigella Lawson returns for another series of delicious recipe ideas. In the first episode, she looks at quick and easy meals for dinner. She rustles up a family roast for her father Lord Lawson , cooks crispy squid and garlic mayo for supper with a friend and prepares a favourite - mustard pork chops with gnocchi - for when she's home alone.
Director Dominic Cyriax ; Series producer Olivia Ball Fast foodie: page 12; Photo gallery at www.radiotimes.com/nigella
8/8. The series concludes with a look at the grieving process. Sarah-Jayne Dawes finds it difficult to revisit since the death of her daughter Freya. She finds comfort in a meeting with founder Sister Frances. Producer Jonathan Mayo ; Series producer Geoffrey Smith
Rptd with signing on Thursday at 2.55am on BBC1
5/8. Tina struggles to come to terms with grief for her 12-year-old son Jack, who died in January of an incurable illness. What's more, Jack's teenage sister Jordie has the same condition and it's only a matter of time before her life is cut short too.
Director/Producer Jonathan Mayo
Signed repeat next Thursday on BBC1
4/8. Jeremy Clarkson hosts a celebrity go-karting event to raise funds after his friend's son dies.
21-year-old Nick Wallis , who hasn't long to live, asks his carer to help him find a sex worker. Director/Producer Jonathan Mayo
Repeated with signing next Thursday on BBC1
3/8. Only a day after their baby son Courtney's death, grieving parents Leyton and Louise meet up with a transplant team in the hope that his heart valves will be able to help other sick children. Director/Producer Jonathan Mayo
Repeated with signing next Thursday on BBC1
3/8. Terry Wogan is among the guests as Stephen Fry looks at the impact that radio stars have had on both their own medium and television. Why does radio still appeal to TV stars such as Jonathan Ross, Michael Parkinson, Ricky Gervais and Terry Wogan? Radio Stars also examines how rock 'n' roll and pirate radio led to the birth of Radio 1, the celebrity DJ and egomania. Plus how radio has constantly fed television with new formats and fresh shows. Featuring Clive James, Dave Lee Travis, Ed Stewart, Mike Smith, Tony Blackburn, Simon Mayo, Johnnie Walker, Jimmy Savile, David Jacobs, Eric Sykes, Simon Dee, Annie Nightingale, Christian O'Connell, Barry Cryer, David Jensen, Emperor Rosko and Mark Radcliffe.
8/10. The end of July delivers giant cabbages in Cardiff and massive cauliflowers in London. Presented by Simon Mayo. Producer Jon Woods ; Executive producer James Hunt
7/10. It's the beginning of July and while both sites are blooming, in Cardiff the allotment competition threatens a long-standing friendship. Simon Mayo presents. Producer Jon Woods ; Executive producer James Hunt
Romantic swashbuckling adventure starring Burt Lancaster and Virginia Mayo. A daring plan to rescue a kidnapped boy. Review page 45.
Director Jacques Tourneur (1950, U)
6/10. The first strawberries of summer appear as June draws to a close. Simon Mayo presents. Producer Jon Woods ; Executive producer James Hunt
5/10. June heralds the first crop of early potatoes in Cardiff. Presented by Simon Mayo. Producer Jon Woods
Executive producer James Hunt
4/10. It's the end of May and the early British summer serves up hailstones in Wales and drought conditions in London. How will the gardeners cope? With Simon Mayo. producer Jon Woods
Executive producer James Hunt