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: Weekend 24

With Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.


Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Sian Williams.

: As above.

: See Hear on Saturday

Featuring an over-60s reunion at Margate School for the Deaf. Hosted by Lara Crooks. With sign language, in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday on BBCl

: Weekend 24

More news updates.

: Weekend 24

More news updates.

: The Saturday Show

Guests include Claire Sweeney, Mis-teeq, Beverley Knight and Christina Milian.

BBCi: interactive features are available to digital viewers


Guest: Claire Sweeney
Guest: Beverley Knight
Guest: Christina Milian
Director: Nick Harris
Producer: Jonathan Robinson
Producer: Maria Stewart

: Saturday Kitchen

As above 12 noon. (WI

: P-Y Gerbeau's Rules of the Game

As above 1.30pm.

: Saturday Kitchen

Edinburgh chef Neil Forbes joins Gregg Wallace to prepare a midsummer menu with a distinct Scottish flavour.
Senes producer Sara Kozak


Unknown: Neil Forbes
Unknown: Gregg Wallace
Producer: Sara Kozak

: Malcolm In the Middle

As above 2pm.

: Grandstand

12.25 Athletics Focus For details see BBC1 at 12.20pm.
1.00 Motorcycling For details see BBC1 at 1pm.
1.50 Royal Ascot For details see BBC1 at 1.50pm.
4.40 Tennis As above 5pm

: P-YGerbeau'sRules of the Game

How to satisfy workers in an age of high turnover.

: Malcolm In the Middle

Malcolm falls foul of an elderly neighbour.

: European CupAthletics and Tennis

2.25 Athletics Opening-day coverage from Annecy, France. Britain has both men's and women's teams in the two-day event. But it is the UK men who stand the most chance, with sprinters Dwaine Chambers and Mark Lewis-Francis , 400m runner Daniel Caines and long-jumper Chris Tomlinson. Editor Michael Cole
5 00 Tennis Action from the final of the Eastbourne women's tournament.


Unknown: Dwaine Chambers
Unknown: Mark Lewis-Francis
Unknown: Daniel Caines
Unknown: Chris Tomlinson.
Editor: Michael Cole

: The True Story of Jesse James **

Western. Infamous outlaw Jesse James and his gang are cornered in a swamp following a failed bank raid. As James prepares to shoot his way to freedom, the story of his life of crime is told by his family and loved ones. Review page 51-
Director Nicholas Ray (1957. U)


Unknown: Jesse James
Director: Nicholas Ray
Jesse James: Robert Wagner
Frank James: Jeffrey Hunter
Zee: Hope Lange
Mrs Samuel: Agnes Moorehead
Cole Younger: Alan Hale Jr
Remington: Alan Barter
Rev Jethro Bailey: John Carradine
Anne: Rachel Stephens

: Arena: Kurosawa

Concluding the profile of Japanese film-maker
Akira Kurosawa. International acclaim followed masterpieces like the influential Seven Samurai, but success at home was elusive. Unable to find funding for his epic films in Japan, Kurosawa attempted suicide in 1971. To make his late films Kagemusha, Ran and Dreams he accepted help from foreign admirers like George Lucas , Francis Ford Coppola and Steven Spielberg. Narrated by Sam Shepard with readings from Kurosawa's autobiography by Paul Scofield. Director Adam Low ; Editor David Kitson


Unknown: Akira Kurosawa.
Unknown: George Lucas
Unknown: Francis Ford Coppola
Unknown: Steven Spielberg.
Unknown: Sam Shepard
Unknown: Paul Scofield.
Director: Adam Low
Editor: David Kitson

: The Hollywood Machine

The Battle of the Blockbusters. The success or failure of any Hollywood film is determined on its opening weekend. Tonight's final look inside the US film industry follows Tomb Raider, Hannibal and Pearl Harbour over theirfirst fraught 48 hours. Will the millions of dollars spent on production and marketing translate into a blockbuster hit or ignominious failure? Featuring contributions from director Tim Burton and actors Nicolas Cage and Helena Bonham Carter.
Director Philip Day; Executive producers David Darlow , Nick Ware


Director: Tim Burton
Unknown: Nicolas Cage
Unknown: Helena Bonham Carter.
Producers: David Darlow
Producers: Nick Ware

: Pride and Prejudice

The first of three double-length episodes of Andrew Davies 's dramatisation of Jane Austen 's classic novel.
When Mr Bingley comes to live in the neighbourhood, Mrs Bennet is anxious to marry off one of her daughters to him.

Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle look back: page 19


Author: Jane Austen
Dramatised by: Andrew Davies
Producer: Sue Birtwhistle
Director: Simon Langton
Fitzwilliam Darcy: Colin Firth
Elizabeth Bennet: Jennifer Ehle
Mrs Bennet: Alison Steadman
Lydia Bennet: Julia Sawalha
Mr Bennet: Benjamin Whitrow
Jane Bennet: Susannah Harker
Kitty Bennet: Polly Maberly
Mary Bennet: Lucy Briers
Miss Bingley: Anna Chancellor
Bingley: Crispin Bonham-Carter
Mr Hurst: Rupert Vansittart
Mrs Louisa Hurst: Lucy Robinson
Mrs Phillips: Lynn Farleigh
Sir William Lucas: Christopher Benjamin
Lady Lucas: Norma Streader
Charlotte Lucas: Lucy Scott
Maria Lucas: Lucy Davis
George Wickham: Adrian Lukis
Lt Denny: David Bark-Jones
Col Forster: Paul Moriarty
Mrs Forster: Victoria Hamilton
Sanderson: Christopher Staines
Captain Carter: Roger Barclay
Hill: Marlene Sidaway

: 24

Another chance to catch up on the action from the US thriller. The series continues tomorrow at 10pm.
12 noon-lpm. After being reunited with his family, Jack must escape with them from the compound. U.35 1-2pm. Jack is interrogated at the CTU while Teri and Kimberly have medical check-ups.
12.15 2-3pm. Teri and Kimberly make it to the safe house, where Nina seeks more information. Videoplus code for 10.50pm-12.55am (non-PDC)

: Cold Heaven ***

Psychological thriller starring Theresa Russell and Mark Harmon. Marie Davenport is shocked to see her husband apparently killed. But then his corpse disappears from the morgue. Perhaps he is not really dead? Review page 51.
Director Nicolas Roeg (1992.15)


Unknown: Theresa Russell
Unknown: Mark Harmon.
Unknown: Marie Davenport
Director: Nicolas Roeg
Marie Davenport: Theresa Russell
Alex Davenport: Mark Harmon
Daniel Corvin: James Russo
Father Niles: Will Patton
Monsignor Cassidy: Richard Bradford
Sister Martha: Talia Shire
Anna Corvin: Julie Carmen
Mother St Agnes: Diana Douglas

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone Special Education Hands Up! With sign language.

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