Presented by Bill Turnbull and Kate Sanderson. More at 9am.
The disability arts organisation Shape celebrates 25 years of achievement, Dorset sculptor Jonathan Sells is profiled and Hay's Way explores Cornwall's deaf arts. Julian Peedle-Calloo hosts. With sign language and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 3.10am on BBCI WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Sophie Ellis Bextor, No Doubt and stars of Casualty and Byker Grove join Dani Behr and Joe Mace, while Nelly is interviewed in New York. Plus competitions, cartoons and S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin
BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers
S Club 7 - Don't Stop movin - is repeated tomorrow at 10am
In Ever Wondered about ... Ice Cream? Kathy Sykes and Alan Coxon make cucumber and deep-fried vanilla varieties. Plus how the freezer-free
Victorians made the frosty treat and why poor sausage sales boosted the ice cream industry.
Guest chef Shirley Spear creates three courses from Isle of Skye ingredients: a crab and cucumber salad, baked halibut with watercress sauce and a rich pudding of whisky, raspberries, cream and honey.
There's a birthday barbecue in The Naked Chef with Jamie Oliver and another edition of Rick Stein Seafood Odyssey. Director Jacqui Dales ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Live coverage of the women's final from the Roland Garros stadium, Paris. Last year the USA's Jennifer Capriati beat
Belgian Kim Clijsters in a classic final, eventually triumphing 12-10 in a strength-sapping third and last set. In the process Capriati became the fifth woman to win the Australian and French Open double.
Introduced by John Inverdale. Senior producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Paul Davies
Western. Kit Banion 's saloon is a haven for outlaws. When a gunman arrives in town,
Banion falls for him, unaware he is an undercover detective. Widescreen. Review page 49.
Director Joseph Kane (1955. U)
Is it worth losing friends to win success?
(Shown last Monday)
War romance. Waiting to sail to Normandy as part of the Allied army, an American officer looks back on his affair with an English woman. Widescreen. Review page 49.
Director Henry Koster (1956, PG)
Sexual intrigue, violence, conspiracy and criminal activity come to light as critic Andrew Graham-Dixon looks into a 400-year-old murder puzzle. In July 1610,
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio , the most famous painter of his age, died in mysterious circumstances. Having taken a life in a street fight four years earlier and been exiled from Rome, was Caravaggio a marked man? Graham-Dixon's investigations take him from the Italian capital to Naples and on to Malta and also bring him face to face with some of the art world's most profoundly spiritual paintings.
Director Roger Parsons ; Series editor Basil Comely
Shut It Down. Ridley Scott is among the interviewees in the first of a star-studded three-part look inside the US film industry. Others discussing the elusiveness of success and frequency of failure include directors Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects) and Wes Craven (Scream), X-Men star Hugh Jackman , writer William Nicholson and former Fox chief Bill Mechanic. Narrated by Mariella Frostrup.
Director Philip Day: Executive producers David Darlow , Nick Ware Ridley Scott recalls his struggle to finish Gladiator: page 24
One of Britain's funniest yet most complex performers is the subject of an entry in the occasional Reputations series. Michael Parkinson , director John Schlesinger , actors Hugh Paddick , Sheila Hancock , Miriam Margolyes , Derek Nimmo and Leslie Phillips , and writers
Alan Simpson and Peter Shaffer discuss his life and career.
Includes clips from his work and readings from his diaries. Director Uz Hertford; Executive producer Janice Hadlow Revised rpt
Comedian Ross Noble joins the last of the current series of the quiz. The show is scheduled to return in the autumn. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Nick Martin
Shown yesterday on BBC1
a Comedy crime thriller. An ageing hit man's latest job -to kill a notorious womaniser- leads to curious encounters with the quirkier characters that inhabit California's San Fernando Valley. Widescreen. Review page 49.
Director John Herzfeld (1996, 18)
Drama based on a true story, directed by Robert Redford. Herbie Stempel , champion of a popular TV quiz in the late 1950s, sets out to expose corruption in the network when he is dropped in favour of a more attractive entrant. Widescreen. Review page 49.
(1994. 15) Barry Norman on Ralph Fiennes : page 50
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