News with Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Tim Sebastian analyses major news stories.
X-rated espresso prunes are on the menu as Gregg Wallace meets his match in Jill Dupleix of The Times. She also cooks ham and egg pies and stir-fried noodles with chilli soy tofu.
From the archives, Two Fat
Ladies cook for Benedictine nuns and Floyd on Food has pork with cider and apples.
Director Jacqui Dales ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Chefs Ross Burden and James Martin are challenged to produce a tempting dish using only the contents of a viewer's store cupboard.
Today there's a south Asian flavour, with a dance troupe, henna tattoos, Diwali celebrations and a look at
Ramadan. Plus another slice of the drama Switch. Hosted by Julian Peedle-Calloo . With signing and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 4.05am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seejiear Then Afoot Again In the Past Nigel Havers recalls holidays at
Ickworth House in Suffolk.
Dateline to Deadline, Michael Palin has only 22 days to complete the journey, crossing the Pacific, the US and the Atlantic against the clock. Last in the series. BBC PRODUCTS: Around the World in 80 Days book 112.99 and spoken word double cassette £15.99. both available from www.bbcshop.com
The movie show reviews the 20th James Bond adventure Die Another Day and hears from Meera Syal and Sanjeev Bhaskar about Anita and Me. Shown last Monday on BBC1
A reputedly accurate fortune teller predicts danger for the detective.
Historical epic. The Roman Empire falls into the hands of the unstable, corrupt Commodus, whose insane pride leads to cruelty and revolt. Caught up in the turmoil are his sister, Lucilla, and the man who should have become emperor. Widescreen. Review page 61-
Director Anthony Mann (1964, U)
A review of the year in news photographs is presented by Eamonn McCabe , picture editor of The Guardian. You can vote for your choice at www.bbc.co.uk/whatthepaperssay. Producer Nick Mattingly ; Executive producers Jeff Anderson and Richard Klein
Is there money to be made in Truro? Paul Martin pays a visit to Cornwall with experts Philip Serrell and Kate Alcock to pick the best antiques brought for valuation. Series producer Hannah Corneck ; Executive producer Mark Hill
From Edward Ill's re-creation of Camelot to the imperial dream of a playboy prince, Windsor Castle has been the stage on which kings have made claims to greatness. But it has also been a prison, an asylum and a mausoleum. Dan Cruickshank presents the last of the series, with a visit to the home of the romantic and ancient Order of the Garter.
Producer Julian Birkett : Executive producer Basil Comely BBC BOOK: Britain s Best Buildings, by Dan Cruickshank. is available, L25
Victoria and her Sisters. Queen Victoria ruled one of the most powerful empires in history. Victorian women were at the forefront of the fight against excess and inequality; campaigning for the rights for ordinary people in marriage, education, medicine and the vote. Simon Schama reports. Director Martina Hall ; Executive producer Martin Davidson
Beyond the Fringe. In 1960, the director of the Edinburgh Festival, Robert Ponsonby , took steps to avoid the Fringe stealing the limelight; picking four individuals to star in a show, Beyond the Fringe. The four performers,
Alan Bennett , Jonathan Miller , Peter Cook and Dudley Moore , went on to change the face of British satire in the 1960s. The seventh of the irreverent series follows the quartet's fortunes since their heyday. Contains strong language.
Director/producer Neil Dougan
The satirical news quiz in which regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop welcomes guests from politics and the media. Shown yesterday on BBCl
Christopher Biggins goes shopping for underwear.
Contains strong language. Continues Tuesday 10pm.
Shown last Tuesday and Thursday
I War drama. When German PoWs try to break out of Camp
McKenzie in the Scottish Highlands, a troubleshooter is sent to deal with them. Widescreen. Review page 61.
Director Lamont Johnson (1970, 12)
Captain Jack Connor:
Sgt Major Cox:
Lt Hall Constantin:
Francis Ford Coppola 's thriller. Harry Caul is a professional eavesdropper, wire-n tapper and spy for hire. Believing a young couple are about to be murdered, Caul becomes embroiled in a mystery even more dangerous than he anticipates. Review page 61.
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