News with Ben Geoghegan and Sian Williams.
Tim Sebastian analyses major news stories.
Wild mushrooms on crostini are the appetiser on an Italian menu created by cookery teacher Anna Venturi. That's followed by a classic osso buco Milanese with saffron risotto, then meringue roulade filled with marrons glace.
From the archives,
Madhur Jaffrey takes a trip to Malaysia in Far Eastern Cookery while, in Floyd in France, Keith Floyd visits the Perigord region.
Presented by Gregg Wallace.
Director Jacqui Dales ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Chocolate. Alan Coxon and Kathy Sykes look at uses of chocolate.
Should Britons carry identity cards? Mark Wheatley hosts a debate on the magazine show for deaf and hard-of-hearing people. Including the signed soap opera Switch -what will Claire do now? With signing and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Monday at 3.40am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
An age of innocence recalled by Dan Cruickshank.
Another chance to see
Michael Palin follow in the footsteps of Phileas Fogg. A new journey concludes in Sahara with Michael Palin tomorrow, 7pm on BBC1
Changing Lanes and Mr Deeds are among the movie reviews. Shown last Monday on BBC1
Ross and the fame factor: page 16
Stars Rita Hayworth and Orson Welles fall under the spotlight of love.
Historical adventure. In the llth century, Spain is split into kingdoms and strong-holds. From warring factions emerges an intrepid knight.
Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Anthony Mann (1961, U)
Wendy House. Frank's skills leave something to be desired. Written by Raymond Allen , Gerard Hoffnung and Michael Crawford
Another episode is tomorrow at 5.15pm
Author and journalist Will Self reviews the newspapers.
Producer Nick Mattingly
Executive producers Jeff Anderson and Richard Klein
Will Self is on Newsnight Review on Friday at 11pm
Are there fortunes to be made in Hove? Paul Martin visits
East Sussex with experts James Braxton and David Barby to pick saleable antiques from those brought for valuation. Series producer Hannah Comeck ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Dan Cruickshank begins a new four-part series looking at Britain's best buildings with an exploration of London's Tower Bridge. One of the most famous silhouettes in the country, it is an extraordinary building for the modern age. Sheathed in the disguise of a medieval skin, the bridge hides the dramatic workings of 20th-century technology and construction and has, at various times, been the site of prostitution, suicide, intrigue and immodesty, and a conservation battle that raged for two decades.
Producer Sam Hobkinson ; Executive producer Basil Comely BBC BOOK: Britain's Best Buildings, by Dan Cruickshank , is available. L25
Britannia Incorporated. When Bonnie Prince Charlie and his army advanced on London to overthow the king, the country's new found peace and prosperity was threatened. The Scottish and English parliaments had been united - but many in Scotland were unhappy with the new order.
Director Liz Hartford; Executive producer Martin Davidson
Archive series that each week follows the vicissitudes of five individuals closely linked to events in cultural history.
Married to the Mob.
People who married into the royal family come under the spotlight. Diana, Princess of Wales, Sophie Rhys-Jones, Sarah Ferguson, Princess Michael of Kent and Captain Mark Phillips are the focus of tonight's edition that examines the five's differing fortunes - focusing in particular on how Diana and Sarah Ferguson virtually lived their lives in the press and whose popularity rose and fell in the pages of the dailies.
Director/Producer Mike Wiseman
Topical news quiz hosted by Angus Deayton with regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton plus guests.
Shown yesterday on BBCl
Sam Peckinpah 's classic western. Texas, 1913: in the last days of the Old West, Pike Bishop 's outlaws ride into a bloody ambush when they attempt to rob a railroad office. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Murder mystery. Adrian Messenger supplies retired British intelligence officer Anthony Gethryn with a mysterious list of names. When Messenger dies in an aeroplane disaster, Gethryn realises that most of the names on the list have also met with "accidental" deaths. Review page 53.
Director John Huston (1963) (BW)
Marquis of Gleneyre:
Sir Wilfred Lucas:
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