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: Weekend 24

With Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams. Weather update at
7.25. More at 9am.

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Sian Williams.

: See Hear on Saturday

Julian Peedle-Calloo presents an arts special, including reports on problems facing deaf actors and developments in deaf comedy. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 2.10am on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Peedle-Calloo

: Weekend 24

More news updates.

: Saturday Kitchen

Gregg Wallace invites May Lan Jefford to prepare simple Chinese food, including a spring roll with pickled cucumber, oriental farmhouse chicken, and crispy sweet-nut wontons with an orange-and-caramel sauce.
Plus Jamie Oliver in The Naked Chef, an edition from France of The Galloping Gourmet and Ever Wondered About... ?, which looks at fish and chips.
Series producer Sara Kozak

Contributors

Unknown: Gregg Wallace
Unknown: Jamie Oliver
Producer: Sara Kozak

: Natural World

Dangerous Australians. More lethal poisonous animals are assembled in Australia than on any other continent - perilous perpetrators living in forests, reefs and even people's homes. Narrated by Jono Coleman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jono Coleman.

: The Phil Silvers Show: The Mess Hall Mess

Bilko steals a chef's secret casserole recipe in order to enter a cookery contest. (BW)

: Five Graves to Cairo

War drama, the first of two Saturday Matinee films directed by the late Billy Wilder.

June 1942: Corporal John Bramble, the only survivor of a British tank crew, holds the key to uncovering a secret that could stop Rommel's advance in Egypt.
Review page 51.
(1943) (BW)

Contributors

Director: Billy Wilder
Cpl John Bramble: Franchot Tone
Mouche: Anne Baxter
Farid: Akim Tamiroff
Rommel: Erich von Stroheim
Lt Schwegler: Peter van Eyck
Gen Sabastiano: Fortunio Bonanova
Von Buelow: Konstantin Shayne
British colonel: Miles Mander

: Sunset Boulevard

Drama, concluding the Billy Wilder double bill. A screen-writer floats dead in the pool of a neglected mansion. Six months earlier, out of work and desperate, he'd been hired by a former silent-screen star hoping to make a triumphant comeback.
Review page
(1950, PG) (BW)

Contributors

Director: Billy Wilder
Joe Gillis: William Holden
Norma Desmond: Gloria Swanson
Max Von Mayerling: Erich von Stroheim
Betty Schaefer: Nancy Olson
Sheldrake: Fred Clark
Morino: Lloyd Gough
Artie Green: Jack Webb
Cecil B DeMille: Himself

: Malcolm in theMiddle

Lois's Birthday. The boys fight to win over Lois after their insensitivity on her birthday causes her to run away.
Shown last Monday

: Trapeze***

Circus drama. Tino Orsini , a brash young American trapeze
I I artist, comes to Cirque Bouglione with only one ambition: to learn the triple aerial somersault from an old master,
Mike Ribble. Tensions arise when both realise they are in love with the same woman. Widescreen. Review page 51.
Director Carol Reed (1956, U) Tony Curtis is the subject of Hollywood Greats. Tuesday 10.35pm on BBC1 Tony Curtis 's kind of day: page

Contributors

Unknown: Tino Orsini
Unknown: Cirque Bouglione
Unknown: Mike Ribble.
Director: Carol Reed
Unknown: Tony Curtis
Unknown: Tony Curtis
Mike Ribble: Burt Lancaster
Tino Orsini: Tony Curtis
Lola: Gina Lollobrigida
Rosa: Katy Jurado
Bouglione: Thomas Gomez
Max the dwarf: Johnny Puleo
John Ringling North: Minor Watson
Chikki: Gerard Landry
Otto: Jean-Pierre Kerrien
Snake charmer: Sidney James

: Reading the Decades

The second of a four-part look at the stories behind the bestselling books in postwar Britain, examining what their success says about the decade of publication.
Reading the 1960s. As well as mini-skirts and moon landings, the Swinging Sixties produced ground-breaking books that included Lady Chatterley's Lover, Catch-22 (the film of which can be seen at 11.35pm), The Naked Ape and Born Free. John le Carre , Desmond Morris , Germaine Greer , Clive James and Jackie Collins are among those recalling the literature of the decade.
Producer John Bush ; Series producer Mary Sackville West FURTHER INFORMATION: to read more about the books featured in this programme. visit www.open2.net/readingthedecades or go to Ceefax p

Contributors

Unknown: Born Free.
Unknown: John Le Carre
Unknown: Desmond Morris
Unknown: Germaine Greer
Unknown: Clive James
Unknown: Jackie Collins
Producer: John Bush

: House Detectives at Large

Clive 's House. The series ends with Dan Cruickshank ,
Carenza Lewis and Anna Bennett taking up the challenge of saving a ruinous villa four miles outside Calcutta, which was once home to the legendary Clive of India.
All that remains is a shell of a building that only hints at the structure's past glories. As the team explore further, it emerges that Clive pioneered a form of design that fused classical and Indian architectural styles. However, the significance of Clive's house turns out to be much greater than the team could ever have imagined.
Director Nicky Pattison ; Executive producer Basil Comely
Postponed from 30 March BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: monthly, price L2.80

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Cruickshank
Unknown: Carenza Lewis
Unknown: Anna Bennett
Director: Nicky Pattison

: Golf: US Masters

nLive coverage from Augusta of the third round of the Masters, the first golf Major of 2002. At this stage last year, all-conquering Tiger Woods took control of the leaderboard with a three-round total of 12 under par after shooting a 68. Introduced by Steve Rider , with guest Sam Torrance. Commentary comes from Peter Alliss , Alex Hay and Ken Brown , with reports by Dougie Donnelly.
Executive producer Paul Davies and Barbara Slater It's Sportsday: page 32

Contributors

Unknown: Tiger Woods
Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Sam Torrance.
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Alex Hay
Unknown: Ken Brown
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly.
Producer: Paul Davies
Producer: Barbara Slater

: Catch-22 ***

War satire based on Joseph Heller 's bestseller. 1944, an American Air Force base in the Mediterranean. Surrounded by encroaching madness and constant death, Yossarian asks to be certified as mentally unfit to fly. Only then does he learn about Catch-22. Widescreen. Review page 51.
Director Mike Nichols (1970. 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Heller
Director: Mike Nichols
Captain Yossarian: Alan Arkin
Colonel Cathcart: Martin Balsam
MajorDanby: Richard Benjamin
Milo Minderbinder: Jon Voight
Lieutenant Dobbs: Martin Sheen
General Dreedle: Orson Welles
Captain Nately: Art Garfunkel
Doc Daneeka: Jack Gilford
Major Major: Bob Newhart
Chaplain Tappman: Anthony Peikins
Nurse Duckett: Paula Prentiss
Lt Col Kom: Buck Henry

: Faces in the Dark

Thriller starring John
[ Gregson and Mai Zetterling. When Richard Hammond is blinded by an explosion, his wife is forced to reconsider her plan to leave him for another man. Review page 51.
Director David Eady (1960) (BW)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Hammond
Director: David Eady

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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