Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Beginners' sushi and a moreish dessert are the highlights of a menu prepared by guest chef Merilees Parker , while viewers can vote to see their favourite Chinese dish from Ken Horn.
And in the archive section, Rick Stein goes oyster-catching in Cornwall, and Gary Rhodes prepares beans on toast with a twist. With Gregg Wallace. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Julian Peedle-Calloo introduces items on photography, theatre and tattooing. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 1.30am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
The concluding frames in the first semi-final from the Crucible, introduced by John Parrott and Steve Davis. Continues at
1.20pm on BBC1.
Springbok of the Kalahari. South Africa's beautiful yet vulnerable antelopes. Followed by Witness The fall of the infamous Berlin Wall.
Tom Brook reviews John Cusack and Ray Liotta in the horror thriller Identity.
An animated musical fantasy opens today's double bill of Beatles films, in which the legendary Liverpool group embark on a fantastic voyage to Pepperland. Songs include All You Need Is Love, When I'm 64, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and Eleanor Rigby. With the voices of Dick Emery and Geoffrey Hughes.
Widescreen. Review page 41. Director George Dunning (1968, U)
The Fab Four set off for London, where they are due to take part in a live TV show.
This was the band's first feature film and includes the classic songs A Hard Day's Night, Tell Me Why, I Should Have Known Better, She Loves You, This Boy, Can't 't Buy Me Love, I Wanna Be Your Man and All My Loving. Review page 41. The Beatles Themselves
Director Richard Lester (1964, U) (BW)
Film Trivia: page 43
Mr Monk and the Marathon Man
A famous athlete is subjected to unorthodox interrogation by eccentric police aide Adrian Monk , who investigates a murder in today's Watching the Detectives drama.
Will today's vendors make a profit with their antiques at auction in Buxton or go home out of pocket? Presented by Paul Martin , with experts Nigel Smith and Kate Alcock. 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, French Commander-in-Chief General Joffre slowly began to build a more solid resistance. Episode five follows on BBC4 at 7.15pm.
(Postponed from 5 April)
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Britain's attitude to consumer credit comes under scrutiny as the three-part appraisal of our spending habits continues. Buy Now, Pay Later. As the nation struggles under record levels of debt, a look at how companies cynically exploit consumers' desires to keep up with the vagaries of fashion. Director David Berry : Executive producer Stewart Lansiey
A re-run of the three-part series revealing how Egypt rose from near extinction in 1560 BC to form its New Kingdom. The Warrior Pharaohs. The story of how the greatest empire of the ancient world was established by its fearless leaders. Series producer Richard Bradley ; Executive producer Carol Sennett
Tonight the Crucible will witness the climax of the second semi-final, with prize money of at least £158,000.
Hazel Irvine introduces the live action. Coverage of the final starts tomorrow at 3pm.
Producer Alison Witkover : Executive producer Graeme Fry
William Hague is the guest presenter on the satirical news quiz, with panellists Jeremy Clarkson and Linda Smith.
Shown yesterday on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/comedy
Jools Holland , his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, and a wealth of musical talent celebrate the arrival of summer.
On stage tonight are three generations of ska musicians
- Prince Buster, Georgie Fame and Suggs - as well as pop outfit Junior Senior and English folk artist Eliza Carthy.
Plus new tracks from Blur and Macy Gray, a solo outing for ex-Catatonia singer Cerys Matthews and Craig David alongside jazz maestro Johnny Dankworth. A compilation of Laterwith Jools Holland. ... Louder is on Friday at 11.35pm. Director Janet Fraser Crook: Producer Alison Howe
Exclusive interviews with band members feature in a programme to commemorate the 30th anniversary of this legendary Pink Floyd album. A series follows later in the year. Director Matthew Longfellow ; Producers Nick de Grunwald and Martin R Smith
Actress Amita Dhiri celebrates the year that ushered in the Spice Girls and Buzz Lightyear. Director Rebecca Papworth ; Executive producer Alan Brown
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Exam Revision 3.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision English 3: Reading andWriting -focusing on non-fiction.