Presented by Ben Geoghegan and Susanna Reid.
Tim Sebastian analyses more major news stories.
A look at the life and career of the White House luminary who is the first woman to occupy the post of National Security Advisor. Rrst shown on BBC4
Favourite light lunches feature on this morning's menu as chef Ed Baines joins Greg Wallace for the interactive cookery show. In the archive slot,
Gary Rhodes bakes classic British scones, while Delia Smith prepares beef braised in beer. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi: special programme features are available by pressing the red button on your handset, or via the website www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
The history of the humble British sausage, from homesick Roman soldiers' attempts to recreate a taste of home to today's gourmet varieties.
Should smoking be banned in public places? Mark Wheatley hosts a debate. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 4am on BSC1
Solving a cemetery crisis and a look at mausolea.
Australia and New Zealand
The intrepid explorer rounds up wild camels with a lasso in the desert near Alice Springs, and negotiates an icy crevasse in New Zealand.
1.50 Chile and Bolivia. Palin sets foot on Cape Horn, finds the inspiration for
Daniel Defoe 's Robinson Crusoe , and takes a breathtaking train journey across the Andes.
A preview of tomorrow's British Academy Film Awards, and a look at horror remake The Ring. Shown last Tuesday BBC1 Bafta Film Awards, Sunday 9pm BBC1
Burnout. In the first part of a double bill of Watching the Detectives crime drama, Mary Beth is under pressure at work and at home.
Feature-length courtroom drama starring Raymond Burr. The Case of the Heartbroken
Bride. A newly married pop star is accused of murdering her uncle.
Victoria Coren of The Observer casts an eye over press coverage of the week's news.
Prior to a repeat of the landmark documentary series The Great War, a look at the work of the production team who brought the First World War to the small screen.
Beginning a rerun of this epic 26-part series, updated for broadcasting on both digital and analogue channels. First shown in 1964, the series - showing both on BBC2 and BBC4 - uses eyewitness accounts and archive film to bring to life the 1914-18 conflict. Narrated by Michael Redgrave.
1914: Britain and France form a defence pact as a fervently nationalistic Germany asserts its military might. Continues at 7pm on BBC4.
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A four-part history of America's home-grown musical genre. Down from the Mountain.
This first episode uses the current bluegrass revival to explore the roots of country music, and reveals how it has been successfully adapted for a contemporary audience. With contributions from Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss.
BBC book: The Story of Country Music by Colin Escott, Â£16.99
The 16th-century artist Titian is one of the great colourists who pioneered the use of oil paints. In this pilot film, portraitist Tai-shan Schierenberg attempts to get to the heart of Titian's creative process by recreating a replica of his Venetian workshop and learning more about the technical brilliance that lies behind some of his greatest work.
Producer Nicky Pattison ; Executive producer Kim Thomas Tim Marlow on Titian, Monday 8pm on Five Strokes of genius: page 33
Charlie and Lisa. Following the deaths of Jesse Keys and Jacob Clarke , the aliens focus attention on their children.
Repeated on Friday at 11.35pm Part seven follows at 10.25pm on BBC3
Dr Chet Wakeman:
A four-part series celebrating America's greatest stand-up comedians, presented by Mark Lamarr.
The Original Kings of Comedy. This first episode profiles three comedy giants: the British-born Bob Hope , friend to 11 US presidents; Milton Berle , whose popularity helped to sell television to America; and Sid Ceasar , whose material came from a bank of talented writers including Mel Brooks and Woody Allen. Contains strong language.
Director Richard Downes ; Series producer Allan Campbell
The sardonic Dave Fulton , the surreal Simon Munnery and the well-bred Miles Jupp guest on the comedy showcase. With regulars including Al Murray as the Pub Landlord, plus music from Asian Dub Foundation. Hosted by Dara O'Briain. Director Dominic MacDonald ; Series producer Gary Chippington
The dreams of some musical south Londoners are put to the test as the band members face up to challenges that ultimately lead to tragedy. Widescreen. Review page 51. Director John Strickland (1998.18)
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