IN&OUTTONIGHT Mark the shows you love. See your own personal TV schedule. Share with your friends. Just text LL TV to 65400 Texts to 65400 are charged at standard rate. The service connects to the internet; data is charged at your operators standard rate. Free from London Lite BBC1 11AM 6PM 7PM 8PM 9PM 10PM 11PM TONIGHTSTV 26 Thursday, 22 October 2009 London Lite Roux gives the pros a roasting MasterChef: The Professionals BBC2, 8pm The Culture Show BBC2, 7pm The culture vultures fly back in for another series of weekly round- ups from the arts. Its the London Film Festival, and among the movie personalities featured is Michael Palin, right. hell be discussing his book halfway To hollywood, from his diaries spanning 1980-88, during which time he appeared in Brazil and A Fish Called Wanda. Also, actor David Morrissey will speak of his directorial debut Dont Worry About Me, and Miranda Sawyer discovers the hip riches of the Frieze Art Fair. The Bigamist Bride: My Five Husbands Channel 4 , 9pm ITS difficult to know where to begin with this story. From one point of view emily horne is the centre of the most sensational real-life drama you could possibly imagine: an inveterate liar, shes managed to acquire five husbands without actually having gone through a single divorce, and all between working in various roles in the sex industry. But strip away the tabloid headlines and you have whats actually a very sad tale of a troubled individual unable to find love or a sense of self. T he last weeks have taken a heavy toll on the p r o f e s s i o n a l s i n MasterChef. Under the fearsome dictatorship of Michel Roux Jr, cooking skills have had a roasting, brains have fried under the pressure and egos burnt to a crisp. I fear the countrys restau- rant kitchens are now haunted by chefs despatched in previous episodes returning with the thousand-yard stare of a Vietnam vet. And then there were three: creative hot shot Steve, Geordie long shot Daniel, and Marianne (less stubble than the others, quite posh, calls Roux chef at five-second intervals) vie for the title in tonights final. Its a concoction of delicious sad-Three for dinner: Daniel, Marianne and Steve are in the final EastEnders BBC1, 7.30pm We ALL want to know who the dad of heathers son is, and so does Shirley (Linda henry, right). But heather gets upset when she tries to push her into revealing the truth to her. Meanwhile, Darren and Libby go to the Vic to make an important announcement -- but then someone turns up at exactly the wrong moment... enough, theyll be serving up recipes of Rouxs theyve never attempted before. each dish is so intricate and complex its a wonder they dont need plan- ning permission. To add to the fun, Roux roams the kitchen as scarily wide-eyed as a Robbie Williams perform- ance while offering such helpful comments as Youre going down like a ton of bricks. Its excruciating to witness the amount of pressure the three are under, yet impossible to look away. Then, before the winner is announced, the contestants cook one final meal in the studio. Roux tastes and comments and they hang on his every word. Sidekick Gregg Wallace chips in with his thoughts, too. The pros nod politely but cant quite hide that unmistakable look in their eyes: Whatever. 11.00 To Buy Or Not To Buy (S). 11.30 Cash In The Attic (S); BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain hunt (R,S). 1.00 BBC News; Weather (S). 1.30 Regional News And Weather (S). 1.45 Doctors (S). Rob is given information by a crime- fighter. 2.15 Murder, She Wrote (R,S). Jessica investigates a loan sharks death. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News (S). 3.05 Mister Maker (R,S). 3.25 Whats New Scooby-Doo? 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The team reopens a case originally worked on by a corrupt colleague of Sandras father, leading the detective to seek the truth about her familys shady past in a decision that puts pressure on the relationship with her mother. Brian investigates a suspicious death at a brewery, while Gerry and Jack take the time to enjoy its fruits. James Bolam stars. 10.00 BBC News (S). 10.25 BBC Regional News (S); Weather. 10.35 Question Time (S). 5/36. Topical debate from London, featuring panellists including Justice Secretary Jack Straw, leader of the British National Party Nick Griffin and Liberal Democrat home Affairs Spokesman Chris huhne. Chaired by David Dimbleby. 11.35 This Week (S). Andrew Neil is joined by MP Diane Abbott and former MP Michael Portillo to discuss political and parliamentary developments from the past seven days, and talk to guests. Followed by Holiday Weatherview. 12.25 Sign Zone: Panorama (R,S). 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