Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Tim Sebastian analyses more major news stories.
HIV, Gulf War Syndrome and genetic engineering come under the microscope.
First shown on BBC Choice
Chef Mike Robinson creates a savoury, family meal on the live and interactive cooking show.
From the archives,
Delia Smith prepares a selection of seafood delicacies, while the Two Fat Ladies add venison, stuffed red peppers with aubergine, and chocolate snowballs to the menu.
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 produce dishes using only the contents of viewers' cupboards.
The contrasting experiences of deaf people on the Pacific island of Samoa and Auckland, New Zealand are examined in two films, introduced by Julian Peedle-Calloo . With in-vision subtitles and sign language.
Repeated Tuesday at 3.30am on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear Followed by Witness Recalling the Hitler Youth.
Palin continues his attempt to circumnavigate the Pacific Rim. Vietnam and the PhilippinesFrom Hanoi, Palin boards the train south to Saigon, where he examines relics of the Vietnam War.
Eddie Murphy discusses I Spy. Shown on Monday on BBCI
A hit-packed tribute.
The Bee Gees: a Tribute to a Brother is on BBC1 on Wednesday at 10.35pm
The first of today's Watching the Detectives triple bill.
Five Miles High. An airborne assassin threatens a witness to mob embezzlement. With
The Case of the Lethal Lifestyle Diahann Carroll is among the stars in the tale of a gossip's demise.
Butterfly in Shades of Grey William Shatner plays a radio boss who tries to talk his way out of trouble.
India Knight, who wrote My Life on a Plate, casts an eye over press treatment of this week's major news stories.
Producer Nick Mattingly ; Director Jon Woods
Paul Martin visits Torquay in Devon with Thomas Plant and David Barby to pick the best antiques brought for valuation. Series producer Hannah Corneck ; Executive producer Mark Hill
The Rokeby Venus. One of the most widely reproduced images in the world is examined in the second of two films on famous works of art. The Rokeby Venus was painted by Diego Velazquez , court painter to the King of Spain in the 17th century. Described as one of the most erotic paintings ever created, it shows the back view of a woman looking at her reflection in a mirror being held by Cupid. Once forbidden by the Spanish Inquisition, and slashed seven times by a militant suffragette in 1914, today the painting is frequently imitated and admired.
Producer Mick Gold ; Executive producer Jeremy Bugler Repeated with sign language on Tuesday at 2.40am on BBC1 BBC BOOK: The Private Life of a Masterpiece by Monica Bohm-Duchen is available in hardback from retailersorwww.bbcshop.com, price £24.99
One of nature's deadliest phenomena, supervolcanos are unlike conventional volcanos in that they are huge, hard-to-detect craters in the ground. When they erupt, it is believed they have the potential to destroy continents. This update of a film originally shown in the Horizon series reveals that the next volcano to erupt - now overdue - lies under America's Yellowstone national park. Producer Mark Hedgecoe (Revised repeat) The new series of Horizon continues on Thursday at 9pm
Steven Spielberg 's sci-fi mini-series reaches part three. High Hopes. October 1962: as the Cuban Missile Crisis looms, Owen Crawford is paid a visit by Jesse Keys.
Repeated on Friday at 11.35pm Part four follows at 10.35pm on BBC Choice www.bbc.co.uk/taken
The Fast Show's Simon Day, US comic Rich Hall and R 'n' B singer Craig David guest on the new comedy show. With regulars Al Murray , Craig Hill , Men in Coats and the Rev
Obadiah Steppenwolfe the Third. Hosted by Dara O'Briain. Director Dominic MacDonald ; Series producer Gary Chippington www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/entertainment/livefloorshow
Drama starring Christopher Eccleston, first shown last year. A man, adopted at birth, discovers that his biological parents are learning disabled. Contains strong language.
Man at door:
Man in park:
Crime drama based on a true case, starring Michael Biehn as district attorney Anthony Fraser , whose views on the death penalty are challenged when he prosecutes a serial killer. Review page 41.
Director William Friedkin (1987.18)
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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