News with Chris Eakin and Kate Sanderson.
Dani Behr and Joe Mace are joined by Merseybeat's Josephine d'Arby and Pop Idol's Darius, plus Tiny and Mr Duk chat with the stars of Men in Black II. The music is provided by Daniel Beddingfield and Hear'Say, while there's the last in the heats of the Atomic Kitten karaoke. Also, cartoon action with Cubix, Jackie Chan Adventures and The Cramp Twins, plus Big Wolf on Campus.
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Australian chef David Laris joins Gregg Wallace to demonstrate how to cook Greek mezze dishes, including deep-fried calamari and an aubergine and garlic dip. This is followed by thyme, oregano and garlic roast chicken, with a dessert of ricotta with baked figs, pistachios and honey. Plus, how to choose the right olive oil. including Rick Stein 's Fruits of the Sea, plus Fresh and Fast - Tomatoes and Gnocchi.
Director Richard Cook ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Adam Hart-Davis attempts to build a flying machine out of paper, that is big enough to carry him aloft.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine ,
Steve Rider and Sharron Davies. NOTE: events may alter the following timings.
2.05 Racing, Rowing Away from the Commonwealth Games, it's the final day of Glorious Goodwood, where highlights include the Stewards Cup at
3.50, with additional starts at
2.15,2.45, and 3.20.
Plus there's coverage of the final regatta of rowing's World Cup in Munich. Garry Herbert,
Dan Topolski and Gillian Lindsay provide the commentary.
4.05 Hockey, Cycling, Bowls,
Badminton, Squash, Table Tennis In Manchester the medals are settled in the women's hockey finals. Can England go one better than in 1998 and win gold? Nigel Starmer-Smith , Barry Davies and Karen Brown commentate.
In the men's cycling road race,
David Millar comes straight from the Tour de France to try and claim a medal for Scotland, and David McCann is looking to win Northern Ireland's first
Commonwealth medal in the event. Commentary by Hugh Porter and Chris Boardman.
Also featuring coverage of the men's pairs bowls final, the table tennis doubles finals, plus badminton and squash action.
Coverage of the Commonwealth Games continues until 10.15pm. For details see page 56.
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Hazel Irvine, Steve Rider and Sharron Davies present coverage of the swimming finals from Manchester.
7.00 In the men's 100 butterfly final, Australia's reigning champion Geoffrey Huegill , number two Adam Pine and world record-holder Michael Klim will be battling for gold.
7.05 Scotland's medal hopes rest with Alison Sheppard in the women's 50m freestyle final, having taken silver in the world championships in Moscow earlier this year.
7.15 Darren Mew is England's likeliest hope for a medal in the fiercely competitive men's 50m breaststroke final.
7.30 The women's 200m backstroke final. After coming llth in the 1998 Games, Scotland's greatly-improved
Kirsty Thomson will be looking to do better this time around.
7.55 Women's 100m breaststroke final. Scottish fans will be looking to see if 18-year-old, national record-holder Kirsty Balfour has made it through to the final.
8.00 Men's 100m backstroke final. Ian Thorpe has elected to compete in this event as he wanted an extra challenge. Will the Australian completely rule the roost?
8.10 English youngsters Rebecca Cooke and Holly Fox will be fighting for recognition, should they make it through to the women's 400m freestyle final.
8.25 Men's 100m disability final. Multi record-holding Australian Ben Austin will aim for gold in this event.
8.40 Student Giaan Rooney will be carrying the hopes of Australian gold in the women's 50m backstroke final.
8.55 In the men's 200m individual medley final, record-holder and reigning champion Matthew Dunn could go head-to-head with England's James Hickman.
9.05 The women's 4xl00m freestyle final completes tonight's swimming schedule, which continues tomorrow.
Andy Jameson , Marc Woods , Adrian Moorhouse and Sarah Bailey commentate. videoplus not pdc
In the first of a season of programmes celebrating 40 years of Jamaican independence, pop star Shaggy presents a fond look at the island's popular culture. The programme assesses the contributions of Jamaicans to the worlds of sport, including the West Indian cricket squad, and music, focusing on ska, reggae and the hugely influential Bob Marley. Featuring interviews with singer Harry Belafonte, cricketer Sir Clive Lloyd and comedian Richard Blackwood.
The film "The Harder They Come", set in Jamaica, follows.
Repeated on BBC Choice on Tuesday at 9pm
The spirit behind Jamaica's success: page 22
Crime drama, continuing the celebrations of 40 years of Jamaican independence. Ivan leaves his country home for Kingston to break into the music business. However he finds himself drawn into a world of violence and corruption. With subtitles. Review page 41.
Director Perry Henzell (1972, 15)
The Jamaica 40 season continues with Blood and Fire tomorrow at 7pm
The first in a season of four films starring Stanley Baker , is a period drama featuring Tommy Steele. In 18th-century London, Jack Sheppard must save his brother from hanging. He is forced to become a burglar for the infamous Jonathan Wild and soon, he too, is a candidate for the gallows. Review page 41. Director James Clavell (1969, U)
The season continues with Hell Drivers on Monday at 1.35pm
Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone Special Education Hands Up! Reception: Ages 3-6