Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
News Watch at 7.45.
James Martin presents highlights of the series, recalling his favourite moments from the past year in the kitchen.
Series producer James Winter
BBC Good Food Magazine: the September issue features an autumnal menu from James Martin using the best of British produce. On sale 1 August, price Â£2.99
Griff Rhys Jones is challenged by his daughter to make sushi from scratch, before Clive Anderson spends hours making his friend some marmalade and Griff's sailing pal Bob wreaks havoc on his boat with a surprise breakfast involving reindeer.
Griff presents Mountain tomorrow at 9pm
Highlights of the Salford Triathlon at Salford Quays, where 200 top competitors from around the world battled it out for the men's and women's titles, won last year by Australian Brad Kahlefeldt and New Zealander Sam Warriner. British interest lies with winner Michelle Dillon and world champion Tim Don. Craig Doyle presents, while Matt Chilton and Steve Trew commentate.
Producer Tim Gaunt
Live coverage of the third round of the Women's British Open from St Andrews , where America's Sherri Steinhauer is reigning champion and returns to defend her title. This is the first time the event has been staged on the famous Old Course and the likes of Karen Stupples and Laura Davies will hope to take advantage of the wide fairways and large greens to post a challenging score going into the final day. Hosted by Hazel Irvine, with commentary from Peter Alliss , Maureen Madill and Andrew Cotter.
Producer Kate McKeag ; Executive producer Paul Davies
Hidden-camera show. A worker nails his foot to the floor, a portable toilet is suspended feet in the air, and a woman takes a public shower.
5/6. Jo Brand , Dermot Murnaghan and Hardeep Singh Kohli try to score top marks. Danny Wallace hosts.
Executive producers Jeremy Salsby and Graham Stuart
4/7. Ben Shephard hosts the second live show as Arlene Phillips and Bruno Tonioli go head to head in the search for a new all-singing, all-dancing supergroup. Dance Xtra follows on BBC3.
Exec producer Martin Scott ; Series editor Sam Donnelly
Craig Doyle announces the all-important numbers.
Director Ian Hamilton ; Series producer Julia McRow
To Love You So. Guppy's cocaine addiction has tragic consequences after he inadvertently administers a lethal dose of anaesthetic.
Writer Gaby Chiappe ; Producer Rob Warr
Director Rob Knights www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
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New supernatural drama about ex-con Jimmy Collins, who begins to experience visions from inside the minds of those he comes into physical contact with. Brushing past a man on a station platform, Jimmy glimpses an insight into a high-profile murder case. But convincing the police to believe his visions is not easy.
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THE INSIDE STORY "Jim Collins couldn't be more different from my last character on TV," says Stephen Moyer (right), who stars in Empathy (9.00pm BBC1). "He's a working-class ex-convict in a contemporary drama, whereas Mr Brazendale in Lilies was respectable middle-class in a period drama. I finished Lilies on the Friday in Liverpool and started on Empathy on the Sunday." Moyer is certainly in demand. "The day after I finished this, I flew to Australia to make a drama with Debra Messing from Will & Grace. After that I made a pilot for a series called True.
Empathy 9.00pm BBC1
You can tell summer is upon us when networks wheel out underpowered thrillers like Empathy- the tall tale of an ex-prisoner with psychic abilities - to fill empty Saturday nights.
The premise is very similar to the Stephen King novel The Dead Zone (made into an excellent film with Christopher Walken). But star Stephen Moyer is no Walken, and the story has none of The Dead Zone's energy. Which is all a bit of a shame, as television is sadly short of top-notch supernatural dramas, and this could have been so much better if only it had avoided cliche. Still, devotees of nonsense will enjoy being a few steps ahead of the plot as Moyer discovers he can see dead people and can even solve murders just by shaking people by the hand. Which comes in very useful when police investigate the apparent serial killings of two young women. Alison Graham TV editor
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With Sophie Raworth.
Then Weather with Philip Avery. Followed by National Lottery Update
Quirky adventure thriller. After a diver is killed while trawling Black Lake in northern Maine, an unusual tooth is pulled from the body and New York palaeontologist Kelly Scott identifies the tooth as coming from a giant crocodile. Review page 41.
Director Steve Miner (1999, 15)
Sheriff Hank Keough:
Mrs Delores Bickerman:
Erotic thriller starring Bruce Willis as a New York psychologist traumatised by the suicide of one of his patients. Review page 41.
Director Richard Rush (1994, 18) *
Followed by Weatherview