The last in the current series focuses on the arts, including a performance from Sign-Dance Collective, the cartoons of Len Hodson , a profile of the artist Goya, and three poets who perform sign-poetry. The series returns in October. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 3am on BBCI WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Guest chef Cyrus Todiwala cooks a varied Indian menu which includes onion bhajis, spicy chicken liver wraps, mild green curry and spiced potatoes with beans, and coconut pancakes.
Plus, Rick Stein 's Fruits of the Sea and Fresh and Fast - Eggplant and Cabbage.
Director Jacqui Dales : Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen Carving knife and platter offer: RT Shop: page 37
The first in a Saturday Matinée double bill of historical epics is a swashbuckling adventure, starring Robert Newton and Linda Darnell , about the 17th-century pirate, Blackbeard. Review page SL Director Raoul Walsh (1952, U)
Live coverage of the European trials and AAA championships from Birmingham's Alexander Stadium. Great Britain's top athletes are battling for places in the team for next month's European championships in Munich, and sharpening their fitness for the Commonwealth Games in Manchester, less than two weeks away. Presented by Roger Black , with commentary from Paul Dickenson ,
Stuart Storey , Steve Cram and Brendan Foster , and reports from Sally Gunnell and John Regis. More coverage tomorrow at 5pm on Sunday Grandstand.
Executive producer Martin Webster
Editor Michael Cole
The series that examines history's most controversial and influential works of art returns for a new four-part run.
Richard Wagner : the Ring Cycle. Michael Portillo presents an examination of Richard Wagner 's 26-year project, the epic opera cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen. He explores its central theme, the conflict between power and love, and addresses the admiration and animosity the work, and its creator, inspires. Conductors Zubin Mehta and Pierre Boulez and singer John Tomlinson are among the contributors. Director Michael Waldman ; Series producer Andrea Miller
Towards the end of the Second World War, many German towns with seemingly minimal strategic or industrial importance were targets for "saturation bombing" . This edition of the historical strand throws light on the political decisions behind the Allied campaign's final stages, and tells the story of the raids on two such towns.
Producer Detlef Siebert ; Editor Laurence Rees
As part of a Comic Relief football team, celebrities Angus Deayton , Nick Hancock , Frank Skinner , David Baddiel , Ainsley Harriott and David Essex tour Africa, visiting projects funded by the appeal and playing matches, including one against the best female side in Ghana. Sport Relief continues on BBC1 at 9.30pm.
Producer Mark Harrison WEBSITES: [web address removed] and [web address removed]
Steve Redgrave and Denise Lewis on the big night: page 16
An award-winning drama, first shown in 1998, based on Angela Lambert 's novel, dramatised by Andrew Davies , and starring Albert Finney , Tom Courtenay , and Joanna Lumley. When squadron leader Reggie and retired milkman Roy are both widowed on the same night, they move in together. After a tricky start, they become companionable, but their partnership is threatened when the delectable Liz arrives on the scene. Contains some strong language.
Producer Joanna Willett ; Director Paul Seed
Another chance to catch up on the action from the US thriller. The series continues tomorrow at 10pm.
3-4pm. With Ellis dead, the noose is beginning to tighten around Jack and Palmer.
11.55 4-5pm. Teri, still suffering amnesia, is recognised by a member of staff at a restaurant.
12.35 5-6pm. Palmer discovers just how far Sherry will go to enter the White House. Videoplus code for 11.10pm-1.20am (non-PDC)
Horror. A shocking series of gruesome deaths brings terror to a Cornish village.
When the brother of one victim starts to investigate, he learns of a mysterious curse. Review page 51.
Director John Gilling (1966.15)
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