News with Bill Turnbull and Jules Botfield.
Tim Sebastian analyses major news stories.
Guest chef Gareth Johns from
Machynlleth sings the praises of Welsh cuisine with a menu that includes a creamy chowder of local cockles and smoked bacon, roast rump of Radnor lamb and goats' cheese terrine with honey and apples.
From the archives,
Madhur Jaffrey pays a visit to Thailand in Far Eastern Cookery, while in Floyd in France, Keith Floyd explores Brittany's delights. Presented by Gregg Wallace. Director Charlotte Harris ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Fish 'n' Chips. How a humble working class dish formed the basis of a multi-million pound business.
The magazine show for deaf and hard-of-hearing people; including the first episode of the signed soap opera Switch. Clive Mason introduces films on how the Disability Discrimination Act is now relevant to education, and new research into strokes and the deaf community. Lesley McGilp has a roundup of news. With signing and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 3.25am on BBC 1 [web address removed]
Another chance to see Michael Palin follow in the footsteps of Phileas Fogg. A new journey begins in Sahara with Michael Palin tomorrow at 7pm on BBC1
Reviews include Red Dragon, starring Anthony Hopkins. Shown last Monday on BBC1
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Clare Balding and Willie Carson introduce a four-race card from Ascot, including the Cornwallis at 2.50 and Princess Royal stakes at 3.25. Plus starts at
2.20 and 3.55. With commentary from Jim McGrath and Ray Cochrane , betting news from Angus Loughran and reports from Jonathan Powell. Producer Gerry Morrison
Murder mystery starring Raymond Burr. When his assistant is charged with murder, Perry Mason resolves to prove her innocence.
Brian Reade of The Mirror reviews the week's papers as a new series starts.
Preston's Guild Hall plays host to the LG Cup as Hazel
Irvine, Steve Davis and John Parrott present action from the first semi-final. The match is the best of 11 frames and the difference between winning and losing is a cool f 21,250. Commentary from Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
Producers Graham Fry and Alison Witkover www.bbc.co.uk/snooker
The last of Simon Schama 's repeated flagship series.
The Body of the Queen. Queen Elizabeth I faced a difficult situation as the ruler of a Protestant rogue state in a Catholic Europe, however, it was her tangled relationship with her cousin, Mary Queen of Scots, that would test her the most. Elizabeth never married, Mary did twice - and it ruined her. Mary was always surrounded by conspiracy and intrigue and she tormented Elizabeth until she was finally executed for treason. But it was Mary not Elizabeth who gave birth to an heir. Who then was victorious?
Producer Clare Beavan ; Executive producer Martin Davidson
The first in a new ten-part series that explores different events in cultural history using archive footage and interviews with those intimately connected to them.
Rolling with the Stones. Once considered a threat to the establishment, the Rolling Stones are now considered a part of cultural history. Tonight's programme looks at five women who have become part of the mythology of the group - Marianne Faithfull, Anita Pallenberg, Bianca Jagger, Jerry Hall and Mandy Smith - charting their lives in the public eye through to the present day.
Producer Rebecca Papworth
Series producer Richard Wilson
Interviewed during their current tour in New York, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood introduce a selection of their greatest hits.
Producer Mark Hagen
TOTP2 is on Tuesday at 6.20pm
Hazel Irvine, Steve Davis and John Parrot introduce the action as the competition for the remaining place in the final is decided.
Atom Egoyan's exploration of the dark side of carnal desire. Christina dances at the Exotica strip club where one-time boyfriend Eric is the DJ. The problems between them are increased by the nightly presence at the club of enigmatic tax inspector Francis, who is obsessed by Christina. Review page 59.
Man in taxi:
Man at opera:
Thriller. Tommy, a small boy with an overactive imagination, cries "wolf" once too often, so when he witnesses a murder no one believes him. And soon the ten-year-old is at the mercy of the killers. Review page 59.
Director Ted Tetelaff (1949) (BW) Trivia: page 63
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Special Education Hands Up! (ages 5-7) - teaching everyday language to deaf children. Signed