Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams, and from 9.00 Carrie Gracie.
Champion of British food James Martin joins Antony Worrall Thompson in the kitchen and dishes up a steak and kidney pie. Jill Dupleix offers three light simple dishes and shares her ideas for modern eating.
Keith Floyd continues his African travels and Jamie Oliver makes fresh spaghetti and ravioli. Producer Lucy Lomas ; Executive producer Barry Lynch BBCi: special features via handset, or www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen Cookbooks That Changed the World is on Monday at 3.45pm on Radio 4 OLIVE MAGAZINE: L2.80 monthly
The chef uses seasonal produce to create an array of tempting dishes.
Including a discussion on British Sign Language theatre interpretation, a performance of some signed poetry and a report from Carolyn Nabarro on the use of HRT for menopausal women. Presented by Clive Mason. With sign language, voiceoverand in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 1.55am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
The latest news from Nasa's
Mars rover and Europe's Mars Express. With Patrick Moore. Shown last Sunday on BBC1 Repeated tomorrow at 1.15an on BBC1
Jack Black discusses his role in School of Rock, plus there's a review of the US comedy Something's Gotta Give.
Shown last Tuesday BBC1
Hooked. In a routine raid on a drug den Dorey's ex-sponsor is picked up on suspicion of possession.
Mr Monk Goes to the Asylum Monk stumbles upon a four-year-old murder when he is temporarily institutionalised.
Aura Lee, Farewell. A young girl is found murdered, but the autopsy reveals something strange. With guest
5/6. The Red Headed League The flame-haired recruit to a bizarre job is suspicious when his employer suddenly vanishes.
Dramatised by John Hawkesworth
First shown on ITV
Frank causes havoc when he visits Betty in hospital.
Live coverage of the first of today's best-of-11-frames semi-finals in the 2004 Masters. Atthis stage last year, Mark Williams ended Paul Hunter 's hopes of a hat-trick of wins with a 6-3 victory. Introduced by Steve Davis and John Parrott. Producer Alison Witkover ; Executive producer Graham Fry
The Sun columnist Dominic Mohan dissects the headlines.
Professor Aubrey Manning investigates how Bronze Age people in Ireland had access to large amounts of gold.
Director/Series producer Martin Mortimore
Party Games. This Christmas special from 1984 sees both the Tory and Labour parties looking for candidates for Prime Minister, but the civil service backs Jim Hacker. Writers Antony Jay. Jonathan Lynn ; Director/ProducerPeterWhitmore
Armando lannucci puts forward the case for the political comedy. Writers Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn are reunited with Derek Fowlds , the only surviving member of the main cast, to celebrate the relationship between MP Jim Hacker (Paul Eddington ) and the machiavellian civil servant Sir Humphrey Appleby (Nigel Hawthorne ). Vote by calling
[number removed] (calls cost lOp), texting YES to (costs no more than 12p), orviawww.bbc.co.uk/sitcom.
Producer Mark Turnbull ; Executive producer Ricky Kelehar
Coverage of the second best-of-11-frames semi-final, with the winner guaranteed to take home at least L50,000 in prize money. Stephen Hendry ended Ken Doherty 's hopes at this stage last year with an impressive 6-3 victory. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Steve Davis and John Parrott. Commentary by Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor ,
Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
4/8. Billy receives his new identity and picnics with Harriet and Jemima. Darren is transferred to an open prison.
Writers Andrew Collins and Simon Day; Director Martin Dennis
Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor First shown on BBC3
Wedding. Will the duo get to attend a top society party?
Writers Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan; Director Michael Hines
First shown on BBC Scotland
Quarter-final highlights as the winners of group A take on the runners-up in group B, while the team that topped group B face the second-placed team in group A. The next quarter-final is shown tomorrow at 7pm on BBC3.
Highlights from today's semi-finals and a look forward to tomorrow's final.
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