EastEnders stars mingle with Changing Rooms presenter Anna Ryder Richardson. There's music from 3SL and former Five singer Abs, heat three of the Atomic Kitten karaoke and cartoon fun with Cubix, Jackie Chan Adventures and The Cramp Twins, plus Big Wolf on Campus.
Presented by Dani Behr and Joe Mace.
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Black pudding scotch egg with green mayonnaise, a Preston dish - roast Goosnargh duckling with cider potatoes - and a hot raspberry souffle are on the menu, courtesy of Lancashire chef Paul Heathcote. Presented by Gregg Wallace , Neil Perry and Rick Stein.
Director Richard Cook ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen/
Western starring Rod Steiger, who died earlier this month.
An ex-Confederate soldier, who refuses to accept the -death" of the South, escapes to the west and, after being subjected to a savage ritual endurance test, joins a Sioux Indian tribe. Review page 45.
Director Samuel Fuller (1957. U)
Live action from Manchester, introduced by Hazel Irvine.
4.00 Cycling Will England's
Max Sciandri , a double Olympian and bronze medallist at the 1996 Olympics, give home fans something to cheer about in the men's road time trials? His major rivals will include Australia's Shane Kelly , who went into the Games in great form. Commentary by Hugh Porter and Chris Boardman.
5.00 Boxing Preliminary bouts.
5.40 Gymnastics The women's team final - in which England won silver four years ago. Barry Davies , Christine Still and Mitch Fenner commentate.
Virginia Woolf's Orlando. Joely Richardson and Saffron Burrows star in an account of the affair between author Virginia Woolf and aristocrat Vita Sackville-West that inspired Woolf's 1928 novel. In the penultimate part of the series examining influential and controversial works of art Jeanette Winterson, writer of Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit and essays on Woolf, puts the case for regarding Orlando as a pioneering work of modern fiction.
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Michael Portillo questions the Conservatives' traditional scepticism over Europe. Travelling across the continent, he debates issues of European integration with, among others, political broadcaster Christine Ockrent and British novelist Tim Parks , who has made Verona his home. Producer Anna Lloyd ; Editor Anne Tyerman
Postponed from 7 July
Introduced by Sue Barker and Sharron Davies.
8.55 Athletics England's Glen Smith and Bob Weir will be hopeful of making the men's discus final. Also in this programme, the 400m event in the decathlon, plus the heptathlon 800m.
9.40 Diving The women's 3m diving. Commentary is by Matt Chilton and Chris Snode. Going for Gold: page 32; Diane Modahl 's kind of day: page
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Another chance to catch up on the action from the US thriller. The series continues tomorrow at 10pm.
6-7pm. While Jack and Mason find something strange,
Frank learns his brother Dan is dead.
11.25 7-8pm. Jack makes a surprising discovery and Kim remains stuck in the cells. Videoplus code for 10.45pm-12.10am (non-PDC)
Horror spoof. Evicted from his Transylvanian ancestral seat by the communist authorities, Count Dracula heads for New York to find the woman of his dreams. But life is no picnic for a blood-sucker in the Big Apple, and the Count struggles to find his feet. Widescreen. Review page 45.
Director Stan Dragoti (1979.15)
Dr Jeff Rosenberg:
Thriller. Fear stalks the streets of a New Mexico town after a leopard, part of a publicity stunt by a club entertainer, is let loose. A girl buying groceries is killed, but is she a victim of the leopard, ora human killer who has made the streets his hunting ground? Review page 45.
DirectorJacques Tourneur (1943) (BW)
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