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: Weekend 24

News with Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Sian Williams.

: News

: Hardtalk

Tim Sebastian analyses major news stories.

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Sebastian

: Film 2002 with Jonathan Ross

A report from the set of new Bond movie Die Another Day.
(Shown last Monday on BBC1)

: Afoot Again in the Past

Ross Kemp visits Berkshire, Kirsty Young investigates
National Trust breaks and Dan Cruickshank enjoys Palermo in Sicily.

Contributors

Unknown: Ross Kemp
Unknown: Kirsty Young
Unknown: Dan Cruickshank

: The Saturday Show

The fun continues from BBC1, with performances by Atomic Kitten and Dannii Minogue in Top of the Pops Saturday.
Saturday Show Extra follows on CBBC channel at 12 noon

Fearne's Rant 101: page 14

Contributors

Director: Helen Scott
Produce: Jen Chatham
Producer: Jon Donaldson
Producer: Melissa Hardinge

: See Hear on Saturday

" Deaf and dumb": why is this term used and is it offensive? Clive Mason discusses the issue with his guests. Plus a profile of a deaf man who teaches jujitsu, news with Lesley McGilp and an episode of the drama Switch. With signing and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 3.40am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seejiear Then Witness The Beatles' early days are remembered.

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Mason
Unknown: Lesley McGilp

: Trade Secrets

Beauty therapists reveal tricks of their trade.

: Saturday Kitchen

Michel Roux prepares sweet and sour marinated mackerel, chicken with fennel, and poached pears in sauternes.
From the archives,
Madhur Jaffrey takes a trip to Vietnam in Far Eastern Cookery while, in Floyd in France, Keith Floyd visits Burgundy.
Gregg Wallace presents the last in the current series.
Director Richard Cook ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen

Contributors

Unknown: Michel Roux
Unknown: Madhur Jaffrey
Unknown: Keith Floyd
Unknown: Gregg Wallace
Director: Richard Cook
Producer: Sara Kozak

: A Passage to India

Period drama, based on EM Forster's novel and directed by David Lean. Adela Quested arrives in India to visit magistrate Ronny Heaslop , a prospective bridegroom. But events take a tragic turn. Review page 61.
(1984, PG)

Contributors

Directed By: David Lean.
Unknown: Ronny Heaslop
Adela Quested: Judy Davis
DrAziz: Victor Banerjee
Mrs Moore: Peggy Ashcroft
Richard Fielding: James Fox
Ronny Heaslop: Nigel Havers
Professor Godbole: Alec Guinness
Turton: Richard Wilson
Mrs Turton: Antonia Pemberton
Mahmoud AN: Art Malik
Hamidullah: Saeed Jaffrey

: Bowls

The semi-finals of the Bupa
Care Homes Open conclude at Sheffield's Ponds Forge
International Sports Centre.
Introduced by Mary Rhodes. The final is tomorrow at 1.50pm in Sunday Grandstand.

Contributors

Introduced By: Mary Rhodes.

: What the Papers Say

Jane Moore of The Sun reviews the week's news reports.

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Moore
Producer: Nick Mattingly
Executive Producer: Jeff Anderson
Executive Producer: Richard Klein

: Flog It!

Are there fortunes to be made in Coventry? Paul Martin visits the west Midlands with experts Kevin Jackson and David Barby to pick the best antiques brought for valuation. Series producer Hannah Corneck : Executive producer Mark Hill
www.bbc.co.uk/antiques/fiogit

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin
Unknown: Kevin Jackson
Unknown: David Barby
Producer: Hannah Corneck
Producer: Mark Hill

: Blenheim Palace: Britain's Best Buildings

Built to commemorate victory in battle, Blenheim Palace became a battlefield itself. After the Duke of Marlborough vanquished Louis XIV's forces in 1704, the Oxfordshire palace was constructed in tribute to his saving Europe from French domination. But the project involved a troublesome quartet: Queen Anne, who held the purse strings; the Duke, keen for a national monument rather than a home; the Duchess, who wanted a house for her family; and architect Sir John Vanbrugh , more used to the stage than buildings. Dan Cruickshank tells their tale.
Producer John Bush ; Executive producer Basil Comely BBC BOOK: Britain's 's Best Buildings, by Dan Cruickshank. is available, U5

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Vanbrugh
Unknown: Dan Cruickshank
Producer: John Bush
Unknown: Dan Cruickshank.

: A History of Britain by Simon Schama

The Wrong Empire. How did our small set of islands come to rule an empire that stretched around the globe? Why did a trading enterprise inspired by liberty rely on the enslavement of millions - and how did Britain lose control of America yet conquer India? Simon Schama visits North America, Barbados, Canada and India to tell the story. Director Ian Bremner ; Executive producer Martin Davidson
www.bbc.co.uk/history/programmes/hob

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Schama
Director: Ian Bremner
Producer: Martin Davidson

: Fame, Set and Match

Saturday Morning Kids' Television. Many famous faces started their television careers entertaining children on Saturday mornings. The fifth of the series that takes an irreverent look at five famous faces follows the progress of Swap Shop's cookery expert Delia Smith , pioneering presenters Noel Edmonds and Chris Tarrant , cheeky chappy Keith Chegwin and daygio Timmy Mallett.
Director/Producer Cybele Rowbottom

Contributors

Unknown: Delia Smith
Presenters: Noel Edmonds
Presenters: Chris Tarrant
Unknown: Keith Chegwin
Unknown: Timmy Mallett

: Have I Got News for You

The BBC's World Affairs Editor John Simpson guests on the topical quiz with Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Nick Martin
Shown yesterday on BBC1

Contributors

Editor: John Simpson
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Paul Merton.
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Nick Martin

: The Entertainers

In a double bill that begins an eight-part series catching up with stars of yesteryear, Bernard Manning takes it easy at home, Leo Sayer splits up with partner Donatella, in the house ofTony Blackburn, all is not well, and the garden of Nicholas Parsons is ruined by rabbits.
Shown last Tuesday and Thursday

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Manning
Unknown: Leo Sayer
Unknown: Nicholas Parsons

: The 36th Annual CMA Awards

Shania Twain , Dolly Parton , Faith Hill , Brooks and Dunn, Nickel Creek and Alan Jackson are among stars playing live at the Country Music Association awards. Vince Gill and Bob Harris present coverage from Nashville.
Producer Mark Hagen

Contributors

Unknown: Shania Twain
Unknown: Dolly Parton
Unknown: Faith Hill
Unknown: Nickel Creek
Unknown: Alan Jackson
Unknown: Vince Gill
Unknown: Bob Harris
Producer: Mark Hagen

: Kid Blue ***

Comedy western. An outlaw decides to make a new start and settle down in a small
Texas town. But he has difficulty adjusting to the quiet life. Widescreen. Review page 61.
Director James Frawley (1971)

Contributors

Director: James Frawley
Bickford Waner: Dennis Hopper
Reese Ford: Warren Oates
Preacher Bob: Peter Boyle
Sheriff Simpson: Ben Johnson
Molly Ford: Lee Purcell
Janet Conforto: Janice Rule

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Exam Revision GCSE Bitesize Revision: English 1 Macbeth
Exploring hidden themes in five of the play's scenes.








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