Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Tim Sebastian analyses more major news stories.
Did politicians influence the Oklahoma bomb, the Waco siege and the TWA 800 disaster? Arst shown on BBC Choice
Viewers vote for their brunch favourite as chef Curtis Stone joins Greg Wallace for the interactive cookery show. In the archive slot, Gary Rhodes prepares the perfect English breakfast. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
How a Victorian cook introduced "fancy ices" to the middle classes in 1894.
A report on the Bat-Kol dance group from Israel, introduced by Julian Peedle-Calloo . With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 3.40am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Ben Fogle explores the Lake District, the setting for a dramatisation of the children's novel Swallows and Amazons by Arthur Ransome. Homework helper: page 34
Italy v Wales Live coverage from Rome's Stadio Flaminio on the opening day of the rugby union tournament (kickoff 1.30).
Wales's 44-20 victory in Cardiff last season proved to be the only triumph of their campaign. Introduced by Steve Rider and John Inverdale , with commentary by Gareth Chartes and JJ Williams.
Continues on BBC1 at
2.20pm. Coverage of England v France begins at 3.30pm. TV presentation Malcolm Kemp
Editor Carl Hicks The Six Nations - back on the BBC: p32
Clare Balding presents a three-race card from Ascot, with the £100,000 Ascot Chase at 3.45, plus starts at 2.40 and 3.10.
Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore commentate. Producer Gerry Morrison
Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep discuss their roles in The Hours. Shown last Tuesday on BBCI
Undercover. First in a double bill of Watching the Detectives crime drama. The wily gumshoe searches for a stash of stolen money.
Cry For Help. In the first of a season of programmes and films highlighting the issue of domestic violence, Mary Beth finds out that a colleague is beating his wife.
Simon Hoggart of The Guardian casts an eye over press coverage of the week's news stories.
Director Jon Woods ; Producer Nick Mattingly
Experts Thomas Plant and Sheldon Cameron visit Westonsuper-Mare, Somerset, where hopeful vendors offer up their antiques for auction. Presented by Paul Martin.
Series producer Hannah Corneck : Executive producer Mark Hill 76 www.bbc.co.uk/antiques/flogit
Wild Nights. The erotic intensity of passionate encounters, the tenderness of the "morning after", the anguish of self-reproach and the joyful sound of wedding bells are all evoked as Daisy Goodwin continues to explore various stages of love through poetry. Celebrities including actress Alison Steadman , comedian Bill Bailey and actor Greg Wise recite poems by Shakespeare, Donne and Tennyson that are filmed in the style of mini-dramas. Continues tomorrow at 5.30pm. Series director Helen Simpson ; Series producer Alannah Richardson The poetry doctor: page 37
The prestigious annual ceremony honouring the past year's best theatre, hosted by Clive Anderson from
London's Lyceum Theatre. Thespians hoping it will be their night incude Gwyneth Paltrow and Emily Watson , both nominated for best actress, and Simon Russell
Beale and Mark Rylance , who are up against David Tennant and Michael Gambon for best actor. Other categories include best new play and best new musical, while guests presenting awards include Judi Dench , Ian McKellen , Richard Wilson and Lesley Garrett.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Howard Brenner
The fifth episode of Steven Spielberg 's sci-fi series.
Maintenance. October 1980: marital loyalties are tested as Jesse's wife questions his sanity. Meanwhile, the family feud between the Crawfords and the Clarkes takes a strange turn following an alien encounter.
Repeated on Friday at 11.35pm Part six follows at 10.55pm on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/taken
Award-winning stand-up Mike Wilmot and acclaimed
Australian perfomer Steve Hughes guest on the comedy showcase, while soulful sounds come from singer Beverley Knight. Hosted by Dara O'Briain , Matt Blaize and Lucy Porter , with regulars including Al Murray as the Pub Landlord, Craig Hill , mad scientist Dr Presley and the Men in Coats. Director Dominic MacDonald ; Series producer Gary Chippington www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/entertainment/livefloorshow
Biographical drama charting the life of singer Tina Turner. Anna Mae Bullock shows a natural ability at an early age for both singing and dancing. She moves from Nutbush to St Louis, where she sees Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm at a club, and discovers that part of his act involves female audience participation. Widescreen. Review page 49.
Director Brian Gibson (1993. 18) Pulling no punches: page 24
Young Anna Mae:
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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