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: Breakfast

Presented by Sonia Deol and Chris Hollins. including
NewsWatch at 7.45.


Presented By: Sonia Deol
Presented By: Chris Hollins.

: Saturday KitchenBest Bites

James Martin looks back at more of his favourite recipes from the past year, including offerings from top chefs Michel Roux , John Torode , the Hairy
Bikers and Bill Granger. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: price E3.10 What James Martin 's watching: p


Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Michel Roux
Unknown: John Torode
Unknown: Bill Granger.
Unknown: James Martin

: Take on the Takeaway

Chef Gary Rhodes attempts to provide a faster, tastier and cheaper service than takeaways. In this edition, he takes on the Chinese establishment beloved of two sisters.


Unknown: Gary Rhodes

: News; Weather

: Cash in the Attic

Retired headmaster
Ron Scholes tries to raise money so he can continue to enjoy his walking trips.


Unknown: Ron Scholes

: Diagnosis Murder

Swan Song. Mark's old friend Danielle Marsh visits, and her erratic behaviour soon alerts him to the fact that someone is trying to kill her.


Unknown: Danielle Marsh

: Golf

The fourth and final Major of the year continues on the famous Old Course at Sunningdale Golf Club in Berkshire, where the third round of the women's British Open gets underway.
The blustery conditions at
St Andrews last year played havoc with the scoring, but a level-par round from Mexican Lorena Ochoa consolidated her lead as her nearest challengers - in particular Miki Saiki of Japan and Scotland's Catriona Matthew - fell off the pace. England's Karen Stupples was the last home-grown winner, triumphing here in 2004. Presented by Andrew Cotter , with commentary provided by Peter Alliss , Ken Brown and Maureen Madill. Final day coverage begins tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC2.
If the golf coverage overruns, digital viewers can press red to follow the rest of play (not Freeview)


Unknown: Lorena Ochoa
Unknown: Miki Saiki
Unknown: Catriona Matthew
Unknown: Karen Stupples
Presented By: Andrew Cotter
Provided By: Peter Alliss
Provided By: Ken Brown
Provided By: Maureen Madill.

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: Last Choir Standing

5/10. The remaining five choirs from the initial 15 compete in the third heat, with a coveted place in the knockout stage riding on their performances. Their fate lies in the hands of judges Russell Watson , Sharon D Clarke and Suzi Digby. The results show can be seen tomorrow at 9.30pm. Series producer Clodagh O'Donoghue ; Executive producer
Moira Ross www.bbc.co.uk/lastchoirstanding Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel


Unknown: Russell Watson
Unknown: Sharon D Clarke
Unknown: Suzi Digby.
Producer: Clodagh O'Donoghue
Producer: Moira Ross

: The National Lottery: This Time Tomorrow

5/8. Tess Daly hosts the quiz in which contestants vie for the chance to win a dream holiday.
Directors Richard Valentine and Geraldine Dowd


Unknown: Tess Daly
Directors: Richard Valentine
Directors: Geraldine Dowd

: Casualty

This Mess We're In 1/2. Maggie faces the end of her career as the court case begins and Marilyn forces Simon and Zoe to lie under oath.
Writer Daisy Coulam ; Producer Lucy Raffety ; Director
Julie Edwards www.radiotimes.com/casualty


Unknown: Daisy Coulam
Producer: Lucy Raffety
Director: Julie Edwards
Maggie Coldwell: Susan Cookson
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Big Mac: Charles Dale
Zoe Hanna: Sunetra Sarker
Jessica Harrison: Gillian Kearney
Adam Trueman: Tristan Gemmill
Ruth Winters: Georgia Taylor
Toby De Silva: Matthew Needham
John Abs Denham: James Redmond
Alice Chantrey: Sam Grey
Kathleen Dixie Dixon: Jane Hazlegrove
Jeff Collier: Matt Bardock
Kelsey Phillips: Janlne Mellor
Noel Garcia: Tony Marshall
Snezana Lalovic: Ivana Basic
Curtis Cooper: Abdul Salls
Sean Anderson: Richard Dillane
Simon Tanner: Paul Fox
Marilyn Fox: Caroline Lanqrishe
Marco Javanovic: Georg Nlkoloff
Rob Greyson: Danny Webb
Mina Rabinovich: Marija Karan
Milosch Rabinovich: Draqan Micanovlch
Natassa Javanovic: Maria Pajevlc Merrell
Professor Windsor: Cherie Lunghl
Billy Weston: Karolls Jaskus
Grace Weston: Danni Bennattar
Thea Grant: Michelle Bonnard
Victor Marsh: Michael Gould
Holly Spellman: Louisa Cleln
Kyle Rutherford: Tom Turner
Pam Kemp: Carol Harrison

: Bridget Jones's Diary

Wry romantic comedy adapted from Helen Fielding's bestselling novel, starring Renee Zellweger.

Bridget Jones is busy lamenting her lack of a good man when two come along at once: her flirtatious boss Daniel Cleaver and uptight childhood friend Mark Darcy.
Film of the Day: p39.
(2001, 15)
(Renee Zellweger stars in Miss Potter tomorrow at 8pm)


Based on the novel by: Helen Fielding
Director: Sharon Maguire
Bridget Jones: Renee Zellweger
Mark Darcy: Colin Firth
Daniel Cleaver: Hugh Grant
Bridget's dad: Jim Broadbent
Bridget's mum: Gemma Jones
Sharon: Sally Phillips
Jude: Shirley Henderson
Tom: James Callis
Natasha: Embeth Davidtz
Una Alconbury: Cella Imrie

: BBC News

With Nicholas Owen.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne. Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: Nicholas Owen.
Unknown: Jay Wynne.

: Kevin & Perry Go Large

Irreverent comedy. Ultimate stroppy teenagers Kevin and Perry want action, but where best to get it? Ibiza, of course. Review page 39.
Director Ed Bye (2000,15)


Kevin: Harry Enfield
Perry: Kathy Burke
Eye Ball Paul: Rhys Ifans
Candice: Laura Fraser
Dad: James Fleet
Mum: Louisa Rlx
Gemma: Tabitha Wady
Bouncer: Paul Whitehouse

: Carry On - Don't Lose Your Head

Bawdy spoof comedy starring Sidney James as Sir Rodney Ffing , the architect of a number of spectacular rescues of aristocrats during the French Revolution of 1789. Review page 39.
Director Gerald Thomas (1966, PG)
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Sidney James
Unknown: Sir Rodney Ffing
Director: Gerald Thomas

: BBC News

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