Presented by Simon McCoy and Jules Botfield , and from
9.00 Carrie Gracie.
Rick Stein cooks classic fish pie, while Arsenal FC's chef Michael Moore looks at sausage recipes from around the world and Jamie Oliver has a night in with Jules, the girls, chocolate and a fry-up. Antony Worrall Thompson hosts the interactive show.
Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BSCi: special features via handset, or www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
Kathy Sykes and Alan Coxon explore the history and science behind pancakes. RECIPE CARDS: free from [number removed] (calls charged at national rate)
Clive Mason talks to some of the film-makers whose work was featured in the recent 8th BDAFilm and Television
Festival. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 1.40am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Wolves in White. The family life of wild wolves living on Ellesmere Island, in the Canadian Arctic.
Jonathan runs through the highs and lows of the moviegoingyear. Shown Sunday 28 December on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/fllms See Lost in Translation (Bill Murray film): page 8; Free cinema tickets for every reader: page 34
Mr Monk Meets the Candidate Feature-length introduction to the series starring
Tony Shalhoub as a San Francisco police detective who turns private consultant after being blighted by a psychological disorder. When a political candidate is targeted by an apparent sniper, Monk is called in to investigate. Ted Levine co-stars.
In Pursuit of Carol Thome
Rockford trails a young beauty just released from prison, in the hope of recovering stolen money.
7/7. The Blue Carbuncle. While London learns of a jewel theft, Holmes is more concerned with a recovered Christmas goose. Starring Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes and David Burke as Dr Watson.
Dramatised by Paul Finney.
21/26 It Was like the End of the World
The story of the German offensive of March 1918, a desperate gamble to grab victory at a stroke. (BW)
5.25 22/26 Damn Them, Are They Never Coming In?
As Allied troops fall back in confusion under a German counter-attack, they wait for the arrival of US reinforcements. (BW)
Liverpool's beautiful town hall provides the backdrop for the Flog It! team's valuation day. Paul Martin isjoinedby antiques experts Jan Squires and James Braxton to find those unwanted collectables they think will sell well at auction. Will the owners make some extra cash or will the unpredictability of the saleroom claim another victim?
Series producer Hannah Corneck ; Executive producer Jane Lomas 29
The Mirror's Brian Reade casts his eyes over press coverage of the week's events.
Director Vernon Antcliff : Producer Cal Park
Further coverage from the opening day's action in the 2004 World Darts championship from the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey. Today champion, John "Boy" Walton, seeded eight, is due to launch the campaign to win back his crown and the E50,000 prize money, against the unseeded Tony Eccles from Stockton-on-Tees. Tony Green, David Croft and John Part provide commentary.
Senior director Simon Wheeler ; Senior producer Stuart Watts
Brooklyn Bridge. Another chance to see the second episode in the drama-documentary series, focusing on key technological elements of the industrial age.
With 19th-century New York growing faster than any city in the world, an idea was born to unite Manhattan and Brooklyn with the longest suspension bridge ever built. Yet the ambitious dream of brilliant engineer John Roebling fast turned into a nightmare - a technological feat set against greed, corruption and a double family tragedy.
Written and directed by Paul Wilmshurst
Series producer Deborah Cadbury
Dr Andrew Smith:
Director Steven Soderbergh 's acclaimed romantic crime drama, adapted from an Elmore Leonard novel, and starring George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez. Jack Foley is a career bank robber who's regularly in and out of jail but still determined to try one last heist. So when he encounters US Marshal Karen Sisco during a prison escape, their mutual attraction is destined to see them cross paths again. Review page 43.
Maurice (Snoopy) Miller:
6/6. Out of Time. The crew receive a strange SOS call.
Writers Doug Naylor and Rob Grant
Director Andy de Emmony ; Producer Justin Judd
Highlights of day one at the World Darts championship, where defending champion
Raymond Barneveld and 2001 winner John Walton were due to begin their challenges. Fifth seed, and the newly crowned World Masters Champion, Tony West from Waltham Abbey is also scheduled to tackle qualifier Mick Reed.
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Extended highlights of the action from day one of the World Darts championship at Frimley Green in Surrey.