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: Breakfast

Presented by Chris Hollins and Naga Munchetty. Including NewsWatch at 7.45.

Contributors

Presenter: Chris Hollins
Presenter: Naga Munchetty

: Saturday Kitchen

A glance back at some of the top culinary treats served up on the show, including dishes prepared by Rick Stein, Bill Granger and Silvena Rowe.
James Martin presents.
BBC Magazines: Good Food, £3.10; Olive, £3.40, both out monthly

Contributors

Cook: Rick Stein
Cook: Bill Granger
Cook: Silvena Rowe
Presenter: James Martin

: Eating in the Sun: 5/10

It looks as if Nadia Sawalha has discovered her culinary achilles heel when she has to operate the grill at a beachside fish restaraunt in the Algarve. She also gets to grips with cooking prawns, clams and mussels, and makes the unusual angel-hair dessert.

Contributors

Presenter: Nadia Sawalha

: News; Weather

: Formula One: the Hungarian Grand Prix - Qualifying

The race to claim pole position on tomorrow's starting grid at the Hungaroring in Budapest. Jenson Button will want to post the fastest time and get back to his winning ways.
Starting third on the grid in Germany two weeks ago he ended up fifth, allowing
Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel to gain ground on his championship lead. Race coverage begins tomorrow at 12.10pm.
Race calendar: [web address removed]
Press red from 9.55am for live coverage of the third practice round, for alternative commentary during qualifying, and for a full replay from 4pm

Contributors

Driver: Jenson Button
Driver: Mark Webber
Driver: Sebastian Vettel

: Athletics

Live coverage from the second day of the London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace. Events scheduled for today include the women's 100m, the men's 200m, the women's 1500m, the men's high jump, and the men's 4x100m relay. Introduced by Hazel Irvine, with Colin Jackson and Phil Jones.

Contributors

Presenter: Hazel Irvine
Pundit: Colin Jackson
Reporter: Phil Jones.
Commentary: Steve Cram
Commentary: Paul Dickenson
Commentary: Jonathan Edwards
Commentary: Brendan Foster

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: Weakest Link

Nine sporting stars, including Chris Hoy, Geoff Hurst, Tom Daley, Matthew Pinsent, Paul Gascoigne and Sally Gunnell, team up to play for charity.

Contributors

Contestant: Chris Hoy
Contestant: Geoff Hurst
Contestant: Tom Daley
Contestant: Matthew Pinsent
Contestant: Paul Gascoigne
Contestant: Sally Gunnell
Series producer: Lamees Nuseibeh
Executive producer: Alexandra McLeod

: Total Wipeout

4/9; series two. The Big Balls, the Sweeper and the Wipeout Zone await 20 more foolhardy contestants putting their bravery, balance and dignity to the test.
Richard Hammond photos: [web address removed]

Contributors

Director: Will Clough
Executive producer: Andy Rowe

: The National Lottery: Guesstimation: 3/8

More competitors make informed guesses at the answers to a series of brain-teasers. Includes the dream number draws. Nick Knowles presents.
Digital viewers can press red for a chance to play along at home with a multiple choice option of four "guesstimate" answers to choose from.

Contributors

Presenter: Nick Knowles
Series producer: Warren Prentice
Exec producer: Richard Hague

: Casualty: No Fjords in Finland

1/2. Curtis arrives at Tony's, but is shocked to find he has been murdered. Realising he will be the prime suspect, Curtis flees the scene, with Alice agreeing to become his fellow fugitive.
Famous Guests Photo Gallery: [web address removed]

[Photo caption] Casualty: The staff are all smiles - unaware of the impending series-end plot developments

Pick of the Day: Casualty 8.40pm BBC1
It's hard to know where to start tonight, there's such an almighty pile-up of storylines. It's the first of a two-parter to end the run (Casualty returns in September) and the writers have thrown everything into the mixer. There are a couple of moments so daft that you may burst out laughing, but it makes for an excellently full-on episode.
For a start, Satan appears in the hospital car park. Sorry, not Satan; I mean Sean. I get those two mixed up. He is evil incarnate after all, and having blighted a number of lives by kidnapping his and Jess's children, abducting them to Saudi Arabia then turfing Jess out of her home, he strolls in with a merry quip as if nothing has happened, the swine.
Curtis (the paramedic we last saw getting a gun so he could confront gang boss Tony) spirals from bad to very much worse, ensuring his and Alice's wedding day goes about as badly as could be hoped. And there's not one but two major road accidents for the ED to deal with. Plus a chemical-attack rehearsal.
In the midst of all this Henry, the grumpy hospital boss, stalks around snapping at everyone like a bilious bulldog - always a joy. Oh, and Matt Di Angelo guest-stars as an unlucky groom-to-be. Yes, another one. (David Butcher)

Contributors

Writer: Paul Logue
Producer: Hamish Wright
Director: Will Sinclair
Curtis Cooper: Abdul Salis
Alice Chantrey: Sam Grey
Nick Jordan: Michael French
Adam Trueman: Tristan Gemmill
Jessica Harrison: Gillian Kearney
Jay Faldren: Ben Turner
Ruth Winters: Georgia Taylor
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Tess Bateman: Suzanne Packer
Noel Garcia: Tony Marshall
Big Mac: Charles Dale
Zoe Hanna: Sunetra Sarker
Kathleen 'Dixie' Dixon: Jane Hazlegrove
Jeff Collier: Matt Bardock
Polly Emmerson: Sophia Di Martino
Sean Anderson: Richard Dillane
Callum Malone: Bradley Gardner
Cathy Malone: Elizabeth Rider
Ryan Malone: Michael Socha
DI Moreland: Colin Wells
Julie Chantrey: Rosie Rowell
Henry Williams: Tom Chadbon
Woodsy: Sid Mitchell
Tom: Matt Di Angelo
Michelle: Ty Glaser
Kevin Collinson: Matt Cross
Martha Black: Kelli Hollis
Lenny: Neil Maskell
Scarlett: Kiki Kendrick
DC Morgan: Rebecca Dite
Paul: Nick Bartlett
Pathologist: Alison Carney

: Outnumbered

Series two. Ben goes to extreme lengths to get elected class rep, while dad returns from a colleague's funeral worried about money problems and mortality.

Contributors

Writer/Director/Producer: Andy Hamilton
Writer/Director/Producer: Guy Jenkin
Sue: Claire Skinner
Pete: Hugh Dennis
Jake: Tyger Drew-Honey
Ben: Daniel Roche
Karen: Ramona Marquez
Grandad: David Ryall
Jane: Hattie Morahan
Barbara: Lorraine Pilkington
Jo: Michaele Brooks
Alexa: Danni Benattar

: BBC News

With Matthew Amroliwala.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne.
Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Newsreader: Matthew Amroliwala
Weatherman: Jay Wynne

: Deep Impact

Chilling science-fiction drama starring Robert Duvall and Tea Leoni. A reporter discovers the US government is harbouring information about an impending apocalyptic disaster.
Film of the Day: p34. (1998, 12)

Contributors

Director: Mimi Leder
Spurgeon Tanner: Robert Duvall
Jenny Lerner: Tea Leoni
Leo Biederman: Elijah Wood
Robin Lerner: Vanessa Redgrave
Jason Lerner: Maximilian Schell
President Tom Beck: Morgan Freeman
Alan Rittenhouse: James Cromwell
Oren Monash: Ron Eldard

: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

With guest Denzel Washington.
shown yesterday
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Presenter: Jonathan Ross
Guest: Denzel Washington

: BBC News









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