Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Gregg Wallace welcomes chef Merilees Parker , who demonstrates easy sushi and ideas for Mother's Day, while in the programme's archive section Rick Stein goes oyster-catching and Gary Rhodes dishes up designer beans on toast. Viewers can vote for their favourite Chinese dish to be cooked at the end of the show. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi: special features via the handset, or www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Alan Coxon and Kathy Sykes explore the history behind hamburgers.
Lord Bath announces plans to safeguard the future of Longleat estate and safari park.
Executive producer Annette Clarke ; Series editor Chris Powell
Featuring a unique pre-school project for young deaf children in Dublin. Plus a report by Sandra Duguid on the threatened closure of a specialist deaf school in London, and Clive Mason looks at the increasing trend for deaf children to be put into mainstream schools. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday at 12.50am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
The news and reviews show returns with Oscar night highlights, plus interviews with John Travotta and Sigourney Weaver.
The Civil Rights struggle in America and power of Martin Luther King 's "I have a dream" Speech. Martin Luther King is profiled in the Secrets of Leadership on Friday at 9pm
Ascot breaks new ground today with a March flat-race meeting of which the highlight is the f-50,000 sprint at
3.30pm. Other races are at
1.45 and 2.55. Introduced by Clare Balding , with commentary by Willie Carson and Jim McGrath.
PI us action from the 30th World Cross Country championships in Lausanne, with the women's 8k at 2pm and men's 4k at 2.30pm.
Producer Gerry Morrison
First of two dramas in the Watching the Detectives strand. Killers Dozen. The detectives go back on the beat.
The new series about a private consultant. starring Tony Shalhoub , showing in the Watching the Detectives strand. Mr Monk Meets Dale the Whale
When a judge is murdered the evidence points to a reclusive, overweight tycoon.
Swindon in Wiltshire is tonight's venue for the show in which anyone who wants to make money from their antiques can take the risk of auctioning them. So will the owners go home with bulging wallets, or will the experts end up with egg on their faces? Presented by Paul Martin , with David Barby and Kate Alcock offering valuations. Series producer Hannah Corneck
Executive producer Jane Lomas
The acclaimed 26-part story chronicling the 1914-18 conflict continues with episode four.
Tonight, how the British Army fought its first battle at the Belgian town of Mons. Despite initial success, the British infantry were forced into retreat after two weeks. Yet as the Germans pressed forward to Paris, apparently invincible, French Commander-in-Chief General Joffre slowly began to build a more solid resistance - which would lead ultimately to Allied victory.
(Episode five follows on on BBC4 at 7.20pm.)
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Andrew Graham-Dixon continues his three-part series revealing the untold personal stories of great artists.
The Madness of Vermeer. Renowned for painting calm and beautiful interiors, the real life of Johannes Vermeer was marred by crime and violence. He yearned to escape his family's privations, yet even a glamorous marriage and artistic success failed to save him from the fate he dreaded more than any other. Graham-Dixon visits
Vermeer's home town of Delft, and a dramatic Dutch landscape of huge skies and windmills, in a bid to uncover the clandestine life of a genius.
Director Roger Parsons ; Executive producer Basil Comely Secret Lives of the Artists: Caravaggio is on Tuesday at 11.20pm
A look back at four decades of Britain's design heritage. Designing the 80s. The third programme recalls some of the design icons of the 1980s - a decade characterised by yuppies, shoulder pads and excess. Designer Paul Smith 's creations, alongside The Face magazine, exemplified the new emphasis on style, while Richard Rogers 's Lloyd's building towered over London and consumers invested in the status symbols of the era - the filofax, Porsche 911, Sony Walkman and Amstrad computer. Contributors include Janet Street Porter ,
Jason Barlow , James Dyson , Alan Sugar and Christopher Frayling. Narrated by Penelope Keith.
Director Louise Hooper ; Series producer Mary Sackville West
Ensemble drama from the writer/director of Boogie Nights. San Fernando Valley, California: the lives of nine seemingly unconnected people begin to impact on each other over the course of one day. Widescreen.
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