Presented by Bill Turnbull and Jules Botfield , and from 9.00
Viewers are invited to vote for their favourite dish from chef James Martin. While in the archive, Jamie Oliver throws a dinner party with blackened sweet aubergine and carpaccio of beef, and MadhurJaffrey's tour of India reaches Tamil Nadu. With Antony Worrall Thompson. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi: special features via handset, or www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Alan Coxon and KathySykes explore the history and science behind sushi.
RECIPE CARDS: free from [number removed](calls charged at national rate)
Mark Wheatley chairs a debate on the way sign language is being learnt through National Vocational Qualifications - a system that many deaf people feel doesn't serve BSL well. Plus part six of the drama
Switch. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 3.35am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Butlers reveal their tricks of the trade.
Another music star talks about the stories behind their top-selling songs.
Including a review of The Shape of Things, starring Rachel Weisz. Shown last Tue on BBC1
The Case Is Closed 2/2
Rockford gets to the bottom of a wealthy client's future son-in-law in the first of today's three Watching the Detectives dramas.
Prisoner's Base. Archie is arrested while investigating the death of a woman who stayed with Wolfe.
4/7. The Solitary Cyclist. A sinister man follows a teacher on a series of rural bicycle rides.
Dramatised by Jeremy Paul
First shown on ITV
Mining in Britain and the lasting legacy of Latin.
20/26 Exploring how modern ideas of states' responsibility for their citizens grew out of the horror of "total war". (BW)
Writer John O'Farrell reviews the week's press.
Melodramatic western starring James Stewart ,
Robert Ryan and Janet Leigh. Howard Kemp , a veteran of the Civil War, is on the trail of killer Ben Vandergroat , determined to claim the$5,000 reward for him - dead or alive - and buy a ranch in California. Review page 55.
Director Anthony Mann (1953)
As the search continues for the nation's best-loved book, three more films from the top 21 state the case for a triumvirate of well-known children's novels.
7.30 Fay Ripley of Cold Feet fame asserts the greatness of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, claiming the success of JK Rowling's creations is down to their inherent magic rather than Hollywood or the hype machine.
8.00 Bill Oddie gives his reasons for choosing Kenneth Grahame 's timeless classic The Wind in the Willows as his favourite read.
8.30 Impressionist Ronni Ancona enters the fantasy world of Narnia to advocate The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis.
Votes can be cast on [number removed] (calls cost 15p). by texting [number removed] (maximum 12p) or via the website [web address removed]. Digital satellite/cable viewers can vote via the remote control. Hosted by Clive Anderson. Directors Rupert Miles , Deep Sehgal and Francis Whately
Series producers Michael Poole and Mary Sackville West RT SHOP: The Big Read Book of Books, Â£11.99 inc p&p. To order telephone [number removed] (calls charged at national rate)
John Parrott and Steve Davis join Hazel Irvine for action from the concluding session at the second semi-final of the UK Championship in York. Tonight's exchanges are played over a maximum nine frames, with the prospect of a shot at the L84,500 first prize in store for the victor. Commentary by Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo. Producer Alison Witkover : Executive producer Graham Fry
An extended version of last week's quiz, with guest host Kirsty Young overseeing the banter between team captains Ian Hislop , Paul Merton and the guest panellists. ShownyesterdayonBBCl
London taxi drivers, traffic wardens, nappies and okra are among the pet hates that chef Gordon Ramsay offers to
Paul Merton for entry into the metaphorical torture chamber. Shown last Monday
Comedy starring Hope Davis and Stanley Tucci.
Suspecting her husband of having an affair, Long Island wife Eliza sets off for Manhattan to confront him, accompanied by her bickering parents, her snobbish sister Jo and Jo's pretentious boyfriend. Review page 55.
Director Greg Mottola (1998,15)
Extended highlights from the best-of-17-frames second semi-final, presented from
York's Barbican Centre by Hazel Irvine.
Repeats are not indicated. www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone
Exam Revision GCSE Bitesize: Maths 2 - Algebra: a chance to refresh your memory about equations and formulae, sequences, functions and graphs.