Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams, and from 9.00 Louise Minchin.
Weekly live political review show with guests John O'Farrell, Lembit Opik and Norman Tebbit.
Chef Paul Merret joins Antony Worrall Thompson and cooks a sweet-and-sour chow chow while fellow chef Mitch Tonks hails British seafood week.
From the BBC archives,
Jamie Oliver cooks a curry feast and Keith Floyd arrives in Texas. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi: special features via handset, or www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Live coverage of the women's race at the world half-marathon championships in the Portuguese Algarve with Paula Radcliffe hoping to continue her remarkable form with a third world half-marathon title. With commentary from Steve Cram and Brendan Foster.
Adam Hart-Davis looks at the issues of crime and punishment in Victorian society.
Exploring middle-class radicalism.
Narrated by Geoffrey Palmer.
Clare Balding and Willie Carson are at Longchamp for this afternoon's two-race programme. Plus, at Chepstow, BBC television's National Hunt coverage commences with the Novices Steeplechase at 2.25. Racing coverage continues in Grandstand on BBC1 from 2.40.
Including a look at Finding Nemo.
(Shown last Tuesday on BBC1)
Comedy starring Jack Lemmon. Stanley Ford lives an idyllic bachelor life - until he wakes up one morning to find himself married.
Review page 53. (1965, PG)
Episode 16 focuses on two events in 1917 that are to shape the outcome of the war - the October revolution in Russia and America's entry into the war on 6 April. (BW)
New series The Daily Mirror's Brian Reade reviews the week's press.
Preston's Guild Hall plays host to the LG Cup as Tony Drago starts out against Lee Walker and Anthony Davies takes on Patrick Wallace. Plus later this evening there's Ian McCulloch against Shaun Murphy. Hazel Irvine and Steve Davis introduce the action, with commentary from Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo -Producer Alison Witkover ; Executive Producer Graham Fry www.bbc.co.uk/snooker
Western from "Casablanca" director Michael Curtiz, starring John Wayne.
Texas Ranger Jake Cutter finds an unlikely ally in a tough gambler as he sets out on the trail of a gang of ruthless outlaws who are supplying arms and liquor to the Comanches.
(Widescreen) Review page 53. (1961, PG)
Captain Jake Cutter:
Guinn 'Big Boy'
Drama exploring the story behind Beethoven's revolutionary Third Symphony, the Eroica, set over the course of a single day in June 1804. At the Viennese palace of his patron, Prince Lobkowitz, Beethoven hears his music for the first time, and waits to hear the answer to his proposal of marriage from the woman he adores.
Written by Nick Dear ; Producer Liza Marshall
Director Simon Cellan Jones www.bbc.co.uk/music/classicaltv/eroica
Great Composers: Beethoven follows on BBC4 at 10.40pm
Marie, Princess Lobkowitz:
Comedy crime thriller starring Paul Newman and Linda Florentine When jailed bankrobber Henry Manning suffers a massive stroke, he is transferred to a nursing home for senior citizens. However, one of the nurses suspects his condition is all just an act, and sets about persuading the ageing criminal to pull off one last job. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director Marek Kanievska (2000.15)
More showbiz spin, PR and puffery, plus the celebrity stories set to hit the press in the week to come. Patrick O'Connell is joined by celebrities and experts from the world of entertainmentjoumalism and marketing. Director Stephen Neal ; Producer Ian Rose
Shown yesterday on BBC3
Highlights from today's first-round matches of the LG Cup, including action from Hong Kong's Marco Fu and the match featuring BBC presenter John Parrott against Mark Davis. Hazel Irvine introduces the coverage from the Guild Hall in Preston where a total prize fund of nearly L600,000 is up for grabs.
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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