News with Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Tim Sebastian analyses more major news stories.
A light-hearted look at conspiracy theories about aliens.
(First shown on BBC Choice)
There's an international flavour to today's live and interactive cooki ng show, as chef Silvana Franco cooks a Middle Eastern dish of preserved lemon roast chicken with sweet potato and rosemary mash.
From the archives, Delia Smith rustles up a selection of oriental delicacies, while the Two Fat Ladies concoct a Mexican breakfast of ranch-style eggs. Presented by Gregg Wallace. Series producer Shirley Taylor
Executive producer Barry Lynch BBCi: special programme features are available by pressing the red button on your handset or via the website www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Ross Burden and James Martin make meals out of viewers' cupboard contents.
Chefs reveal tricks of the culinary trade.
Hot Stuff. Patrick Moore explores the sun, and there's a report from Australia, whose citizens recently witnessed an eclipse. Shown last Sunday on BBCI
A double bill begins a repeat showing for the series in which the amiable traveller aims to circumnavigate the Pacific Rim. Alaska and Russia. In his walrus-skin boat, Palin sets off on a year-long, 50,000-mile journey from a tiny island in the Bering Strait.
1.20 Japan and Korea. Palin meets Japan's most ardent Monty Python fan, receives a beating in a monastery and gets turned back at the North
The first of today's Watching the Detectives triple bill.
Robert Phillips v the Man. The detective's team have to prove the innocence of a black activist accused of murder.
The Case of the Grimacing
Governor. In this feature-length edition Tony Curtis guest-stars, as attorney "Wild Bill" McKenzie tackles a baffling case of political intrigue, corruption and apparent suicide.
Columbo and the Murder of a Rock Star. Peter Falk is joined by co-stars Dabney Coleman and Little Richard as a leading lawyer, having killed his unfaithful partner, uses another offence as an alibi.
John Sweeney of The Observer casts an eye over press treatment of this week's major news stories.
Producer Nick Mattingly ; Executive producers JeffAnderson and Richard Klein
Ray Stubbs presents coverage of the second semi-final of the World Darts championship from the Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green, Surrey.
Last year, the eventual champion, Australian Tony David , only narrowly beat Martin Adams in the semi-final after a tense tie-break. In the other semi-final, Mervyn King proved his world-class credentials when he subjected
Colin Monk to a 5-1 rout. David leads the rankings for this year's event, but could face stiff competition from King, Adams and fellow seeds Raymond Barneveld ,
Andy Fordham , Tony O'Shea , Tony Eccles and John Walton.
Television presentation Malcolm Kemp : Producer Andy Gilbert
Mega-Tsunami: Wave of Destruction. Mega-tsunamis are tidal waves measuring several hundreds of metres high. The right conditions for producing such a wave - one that would engulf the United States' eastern seaboard - exist on the Canary Island resort of La Palma, and scientists say it is not a question of if, but of when, it will happen. Another episode from the new series is on Thursday at 9pm.
Producer Mark Hedgecoe : Series editor Bettina Lerner
Steven Spielberg 's latest production is this ambitious ten-part drama which intertwines half a century of alien mythology with the lives of three fictional families in America. Beyond the Sky. The 1940s: an Illinois fighter pilot, an unscrupulous army officer and a Texas waitress experience close encounters that awaken them to the unsettling reality of alien visitors on Earth. Episode directed by Tobe Hooper.
Repeated on Friday at 11.35pm Part two follows at 10.30pm on BBC Choice www.bbc.co.uk/taken Spielberg's sentimental sci-fi: page 22
Stanley Kubrick's horror, from a story by Stephen King.
Aspiring writer and recovering alcoholic Jack Torrance takes on the job of winter caretaker at a remote hotel, despite a warning about the psychological strain the long months of isolation can cause. Jack's wife Wendy only hopes that Jack will finally find the time to write, but his psychically gifted son Danny has visions of a terrifying ordeal for the family. Review page 36.
Crime drama directed by and starring Robert De Niro. Young Calogero refuses to identify a Mafia hitman after witnessing a killing, earning a mobster's gratitude. But Calogero's father is unhappy with the association, and the boy suffers a conflict of loyalties that will span nearly a decade. Review page 36.
Calogero Anello, aged 17:
Calogero, aged nine:
Repeats are not indicated. www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone
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