Hosting a summer party this weekend? Merrilees Parker has some great ideas for easy canapes, while James Martin whips up the winning dessert from today's recipe vote. In the archive section, Gary Rhodes prepares country pate, and Rick Stein waxes lyrical over Whitby's smoked kippers. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi- special features via the handset, or www bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen Get fresh with fruit, plus fish and egg poacher offer: page 33
Fulham FC's support for a deaf football team and one family's court battle with Comwall County Council over the education of their son are today's features. Introduced by Clive Mason.
With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday at 12.40am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Western starring Gregory Peck and Joan Collins , the first of this week's five films showing in tribute to the late Peck.
Jim Douglas is a man with a mission to avenge the death of his wife. It takes him on an eventful trail after four outlaws he believes are the killers.
Widescreen. Review page 43. Director Henry King
(1958. PG) Gregory Peck stars in Captain Horatio Hornblower tomorrow at 1.10pm
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Continued live coverage from SW19 on ladies' final day.
Although the Williams sisters have dominated the tournament for the past few years, Belgians Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin-Hardenne both pose a serious threat to their supremacy. Will a new champion hold the famous
Venus Rosewater Dish aloft this year? Sue Barker reports.
The men's doubles final is also in today's schedule. Last year, Todd Woodbridge and Jonas Bjorkman took their first Wimbledon title together with a straight-sets victory over Mark Knowles of the Bahamas and Canada's Daniel Nestor.
This was Woodbridge's seventh men's doubles victory- his previous titles were won as part of his famed partnership with fellow Australian Mark Woodforde , who is now retired. Producer Helen Kuttner : Editors Philip Bemie and Cart Hicks BBCi: digital viewers can select action from up to four different courts, join in discussions, and access the latest scores and news by pressing the red button on their remote control www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon Bonus Wimbledon offer: page
Subsequent programmes may change or run late
Last of a three-part series chronicling the military hero's life. From Soldier to Statesman. Waterloo sealed the Duke's place in history, but. propelled into politics, he found new battles to fight. Presented by Richard Holmes.
Producer Jonathan Hacker ; Series producer Rachel Bell Richard Holmes considers the American War of independence in a new four-part series, Rebels and Redcoats, on Tuesday at 9pm
The "missing" ten years between William Shakespeare 's marriage and his emergence as a star of the London stage are the focus of the second of this four-part series.
The Lost Years. Little is known about Shakespeare's life between the ages of 18 and 28 - however, there are some intriguing theories. Did he serve in a Catholic house during a dangerous time of Protestant reform? Or did he spread propaganda for the Elizabethan government in the actors'company the Queen's Men? Historian Michael Wood investigates the Bard's secret history, watches actors of the Royal Shakespeare Company bring his scripts to life, and learns more about the violent death of Christopher Marlowe , Shakespeare's great rival.
Producer Rebecca Dobbs Al Pacino 's drama-documentary Looking for Richard, about a production of Shakespeare's Richard Hi, follows on BBC4 at 10.20pm
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A review of today's play, and a look ahead to tomorrow's men's final. Following defending champion Lleyton Hewitt 's shock first-round defeat at the hands of the unknown
Croatian Ivo Karlovic , the race for the title is wide open. Coverage begins tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC1. Producer Richard Carr : Editor Lawrence Duffy
Repeated tomorrow at 6am on BBC1
Episodes 15-18 from the second series of the US suspense drama. Part 19 is tomorrow at 10pm.
10.00-11.00pm. Jack attempts to deal with the nuclear bomb, and Kim flees McCrae's cabin.
12.00 11.00-12 midnight. Palmer has a conference with the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
12.40 AM 12 midnight-1.00am. Jack looks to track down the renegade Coral Snake.
1.20 1.00-2.00am. Jack, Yusuf, Wallace and Kate are caught in a gun battle. Shown last Sunday Videoplus code for 11.20pm-2.00am (non-PDC)
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Home Learning 3.00 Cats' Eyes: Electricity, Light and Sound - an investigation into science in action with a look at different types of materials and their properties.
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