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: Weekend 24

News with Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin.

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Louise Minchin.

: News

: Hardtalk

The stories behind the news, with Tim Sebastian.

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Sebastian.

: Simpson's World

People at the heart of world events join John Simpson for topical discussion.

Contributors

Unknown: John Simpson

: Saturday Kitchen

Guest chef Mark Bennett shows presenter Gregg Wallace how to make a late-summer three-course meal consisting of roquefort and hazelnut tarts, followed by roasted, stuffed poussin with potato roseti, and a fruit brûlée with pistachio biscuits for dessert.
From the archives, the Two
Fat Ladies travel to Jersey to cook for the potato-pickers and, in Floyd on Food,
Keith Floyd goes to Ireland to sample Guinness and pigs' trotters and visit the Ballymaloe cookery school in Cork.
Director Richard Cook ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Bennett
Presenter: Gregg Wallace
Unknown: Keith Floyd
Director: Richard Cook
Producer: Sara Kozak

: Pole to Pole

Mediterranean Maze. The third leg of Michael Palin 's travels takes him through
Istanbul on the Bosporus to Aswan on the Egyptian Nile.
Pole to Pole double video, £15.99; spoken word four-cassette set £13. 99; book £10.99 from www.bbcshop.com

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Palin

: Great Romancesof the 20th Century

Gone with the Wind star Vivien Leigh 's passionate but doomed affair with the great
Laurence Olivier.

Contributors

Unknown: Vivien Leigh
Unknown: Laurence Olivier.

: Talking Movies

This week, a look at summer movie highlights, from action blockbusters to more thoughtful indie productions. Presented by Tom Brook.
WATCHING THE DETECTIVES
Triple bill of crimebusting drama.

Contributors

Presented By: Tom Brook.

: Columbo

Murder - a Self-Portrait. The rumpled lieutenant is on the case of an artist who has killed one of his three adoring female hangers-on in order to protect a secret.

: Quincy

The Eye of the Needle. Quincy's liking for a holistic doctor influences his thoughts in the case of an ailing woman's accidental death.

: Perry Mason

Case of the Glass Coffin. Mason defends the chief suspect after a magician's glamorous assistant is murdered. At the same time the attorney tries to identify the real killer.

: Trade Secrets

Professionals share tricks of their trade.

: Hi-de-Hi!

The Day of Reckoning.
Fred Quilly is concerned that a failed race-fixing scam he once profited from has caught up with him. Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Quilly
Written By: Jimmy Perry
Written By: David Croft

: Rio Conchos

When 2,000 rifles are stolen from a US command post,
Captain Haven of the US Cavalry is ordered to track them down and keep the weapons out of the hands of a tribe of - warlike Indians. With him are a sadistic Indian-killer and a Mexican bandit. Widescreen. Review page 39.
Director Gordon Douglas (1964)

Contributors

Director: Gordon Douglas
Lassiter: Richard Boone
Captain Haven: Stuart Whitman
Rodriguez: Tony Franciosa
Sally: Wende Wagner
Colonel Theron Pardee: Edmond O'Brien
Colonel Wagner: Warner Anderson
Sgt Ben Franklyn: Jim Brown

: What the Papers Say

The long-running series, which keeps a watchful eye over newspaper coverage of the week's top stories, returns for a new run.

: BBC Proms 2002

Live from London's Royal Albert Hall , Stephanie Hughes introduces a concert by one of America's most renowned orchestras, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, who under the baton of their dynamic conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen are performing two choral symphonies.
Shostakovich's Symphony No 2, descriptive of Russia's
1917 October Revolution, is followed by the traditional annual Proms performance of Beethoven's Symphony No 9 in D Minor, with its great ode to brotherhood and joy. The soloists are soprano Melanie Diener , mezzo-soprano Paula Rasmussen , tenor Robert Gambill and bass Eike Wilm
Schulte, and the orchestra is joined by the BBC Symphony Chorus. During the interval Esa-Pekka Salonen talks about conducting, composing and his musical passions. With in-vision subtitles. Also broadcast on Radio 3 and BBCi.
Director Francesca Kemp ; Executive producer Oliver MacFarlane BBC Proms 2002 tomorrow at 5.45pm. with Mahler's Symphony of Thousand

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Introduces: Stephanie Hughes
Conductor: Esa-Pekka Salonen
Soprano: Melanie Diener
Mezzo-Soprano: Paula Rasmussen
Tenor: Robert Gambill
Bass: Eike Wilm
Talks: Esa-Pekka Salonen
Director: Francesca Kemp
Producer: Oliver MacFarlane

: The Clandestine Marriage

Period comedy drama. 18th-century England: everything seems perfectly in place for the wedding of a wealthy family's
- eldest daughter to aristocrat Sir John Ogeby - but complications arise when her sister Fanny attracts the attentions of both Sir John and his rakish father. Widescreen. Review page 39. Director Christopher Miles (1999.15)

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Ogeby
Director: Christopher Miles
Lord Ogleby: Nigel Hawthorne
Mrs Heidelberg: Joan Collins
Sterling: Timothy Spall
Sir John Ogleby: Tom Hollander
Lovewell: Paul Nicholls
Fanny: Natasha Little
Canton: Cyril Shaps
Capstick: Mark Burns

: Rounders

Drama. Law student Mike is visited by his friend Worm - recently out of jail following a poker scam orchestrated by the pair. He is disappointed to hear that Worm intends to hit the tables once more, but also unable to avoid his own compulsion. Widescreen. Review page 39.
Director John Dahl (1998.15)

Contributors

Director: John Dahl
Mike McDermott: Matt Damon
Worm: Edward Norton
Joey Kinish: John Turturro
Jo: Gretchen Mol
Petra: Famke Janssen
Teddy KGB: John Malkovich
Abe Petrovsky: Martin Landau
Zagosh: Josh Mostel

: New York Stories

nA A trilogy of stories from top directors. Life Lessons traces the strained relationship between a middle-aged artist and his young painter lover. In Life without Zoe, a 12-year-old girl attempts to engineer a reconciliation between her parents, while in Oedipus Wrecks, a lawyer is haunted by his monstrous mother. Widescreen. Review page 39. Peter Gabriel Himself
Directors Martin Scorsese , Francis Coppola. Woody Allen (1989.15)

Contributors

Directors: Martin Scorsese
Directors: Francis Coppola.
Directors: Woody Allen
Lionel Dobie: Nick Nolte
Paulette: Rosanna Arquette
Phillip Fowler: Patrick O'Neal
Reuben Toro: Jesse Borrego
Gregory Stark: Steve Buscemi
Zoe: Heather McComb
Charlotte: Talia Shire
Sheldon Mills: Woody Allen
Lisa: Mia Farrow

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone
Special Education Go For It Relationships, Ages 12-16+ - series aimed at students with severe learning difficulties.








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