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: Weekend 24

Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams , and from 9.00
Louise Minchin.

Contributors

Presented By: Bill Turnbull
Presented By: Sian Williams
Unknown: Louise Minchin.

: The Sharp End with Clive Anderson

A provocative look at the past week's news.

: Saturday Kitchen

Ready Steady Cook's Lesley Waters and Italian chef
Gini D'Acampo join Antony Worrall Thompson for this morning's interactive foodfest.
From the BBC's archives,
Jamie Oliver visits the Scottish Highlands while Keith Floyd 's American tour reaches Florida. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi: special features via handset, or www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen

Contributors

Unknown: Lesley Waters
Unknown: Gini D'Acampo
Unknown: Antony Worrall
Unknown: Jamie Oliver
Unknown: Keith Floyd
Producer: Michael Connock
Editor: Elaine Bancroft

: Golf

With four players left to vie for the title, Steve Rider introduces the third day's action from the World Match Play championship at Wentworth.

Contributors

Introduces: Steve Rider

: See Hear

Ahead of next week's new series of the drama Switch,
Clive Mason introduces a final omnibus from the first series. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Producer David Horbury ; Series editor Teny Riley Repeated Tuesday 3.25am BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear

Contributors

Introduces: Clive Mason
Producer: David Horbury
Editor: Teny Riley

: What the Romans Did for Us

Adam Hart-Davis explores Roman cuisine and examines how they mined gold. Adam Hart-Davis also hosts Inventors Imperfect. Ham Wednesday, Radio 4

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis

: The Middle Classes: Their Rise and Sprawl

Trouble Ahead. Why have traditional middle-class values died out? Last in the series.
(Revised repeat)

: Film 2003 with Jonathan Ross

Clint Eastwood talks about his directorial project Mystic River. Shown last Tue BBC1 Barry Norman on Clint Eastwood : p53

Contributors

Talks: Clint Eastwood
Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Clint Eastwood

: Cagney and Lacey

Let Them Eat Pretzels
A diplomat uses his immunity to evade arrest in the first of the Watching the Detectives double bill.

: The Rockford Files

The Kirkoff Case. In the first episode of the series, a wealthy man must prove he did not murder his parents. James Woods guests.

Contributors

Unknown: James Woods

: Golf

At Wentworth, the remaining four players are whittled down to two.

: Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em

The Public Relations Course
Chaos looms when Frank goes on a PR training course.
Written by Raymond Allen

Contributors

Written By: Raymond Allen

: What the Papers Say

David Aaronovitch reviews the week's headlines.

Contributors

Unknown: David Aaronovitch

: Miss Marple: The Murder at the Vicarage

Agatha Christie mystery set in the late 40s. When Colonel
Protheroe is found dead in the vicar's study, there's more than one suspect. Can Miss Marple pinpoint the killer?
Dramatised by TR Bowen ; Producer George Gallaccio
Director Julian Arnyes

Contributors

Unknown: Agatha Christie
Dramatised By: Tr Bowen
Producer: George Gallaccio
Director: Julian Arnyes
Miss Marple: Joan Hickson
Rev Leonard Clement: Paul Eddington
Griselda Clement: Cheryl Campbell
Col Lucius Protheroe: Robert Lang
Ann Protheroe: Polly Adams
Lettice Protheroe: Tara MacGowran
Lawrence Redding: James Hazeldine
Christopher Hawes: Christopher Good
Mrs Lestrange: Norma West
Dr Haydock: Michael Browning
Det Insp Slack: David Horovitcn
Det Sergeant Lake: Ian Brimble
Bill Archer: Jack Galloway
Mary Wright: Rachel Weaver
Mrs Price-Ridley: Rosalie Crutchley
Miss Hartnell: Barbara Hick-J
Miss Wetherby: Kathleen Bidmead
Mrs Salisbury: Debbie Davies
Fred Abbot: Tony Brandon

: The Thirty-Nine Steps

Spy thriller based on John Buchan 's novel, starring Robert Powell - beginning a week of films, showing each day, based on titles from The Big Read top 100 books. As Europe stands on the brink of the First World War, engineer Richard Hannay is embroiled in a deadly conspiracy. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Don Sharp (1978. PG)

Contributors

Unknown: John Buchan
Unknown: Robert Powell
Unknown: Richard Hannay
Director: Don Sharp
Richard Hannay: Robert Powell
Appleton: David Warner
Chief Supt Lomas: Eric Porter
Alex Mackenzie: Karen Dotrice
Scudder: John Mills
Sir Walter Bullivant: George Baker
Bayliss: Ronald Pickup
Marshall: Donald Pickering
Porton: Timothy West
David Hamilton: Miles Anderson
Lord Rohan: Andrew Keir

: The Big Read Top 21 Revealed

Professor Robert Winston , writers Andrew Davies and Armando lannucci , comedian Linda Smith and TV presenter Daisy Goodwin guest as Clive Anderson counts down The BigReadtop 100 novels from numbers 100 to 22. But which will triumph out of the next 21? Celebrity advocates will argue their cases over the next eight weeks. Meanwhile you can vote on [number removed] (calls cost 15p), by texting 86200 (maximum 12p) or via the websitewww.bbc.co.uk/bigread. Digital satellite/ cable viewers can vote via their remote control.
Producer Peter Higgins : Series producer Mary Sackville West 3 Win the top 21: p7; Booked on classics: pl6; Free Frost book: pll8

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Robert Winston
Unknown: Andrew Davies
Unknown: Armando Lannucci
Unknown: Linda Smith
Presenter: Daisy Goodwin
Unknown: Clive Anderson
Producer: Peter Higgins

: Have I Got News for You

The satirical quiz returns, with Ian Hislop , Paul Merton and guest host Jack Dee , plus panellists from media and politics. Shown yesterday on BBC

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Paul Merton
Unknown: Jack Dee

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

With Erasure's Andy Bell , 80s songstress Sinitta, Hear'Say survivor Myleene Klass and US comedian Vic Henley.
Shown last Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Bell
Unknown: Myleene Klass
Unknown: Vic Henley.

: Celebdaq

Patrick O'Connell and Libby Potter host an update to the web-based celebrity stockbroking game. Director Stephen Neal : Series producer Dominic Bird
Shown yesterday on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/celebdaq

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick O'Connell
Unknown: Libby Potter
Director: Stephen Neal

: The Great Gatsby

Romantic drama, adapted from the F Scott Fitzgerald novel by Francis Ford
Coppola, starring Robert Redford and Mia Farrow. In the Roaring Twenties a mysterious millionaire with bootlegging connections tries to lure his long-lost love away from her cruel but extremely wealthy husband. Review page 54.
Director Jack Clayton (1974, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Scott Fitzgerald
Novel By: Francis Ford
Unknown: Robert Redford
Unknown: Mia Farrow.
Director: Jack Clayton
Jay Gatsby: Robert Redford
Daisy Buchanan: Mia Farrow
Tom Buchanan: Bruce Dern
Myrtle Wilson: Karen Black
George Wilson: Scott Wilson
Nick Carraway: Sam Waterston
Jordan Baker: Lois Chiles
Meyer Wolfsheim: Howard Da Silva
MrGatz: Roberts Blossom
Klipspringer: Edward Herrmann

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Curriculum Development Asperger's Syndrome - a new half-hour programme on autism; followed by Child Development Right from the Start/Thinking Aloud/Play- a Child's Work. 44093 (non-PDC)








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