Presented by Jon Sopel and Louise Minchin , and from 9.00 Carrie Gracie.
In today's Valentine's Day feast, Ed Baines and Gino D'Acampo prepare finger-licking ribs and fresh pasta sauces, and Jamie Oliver spoils his wife with a chocolate tart. Meanwhile, Keith Floyd grills crayfish on Table Mountain in South Africa. Producer Lucy Lomas ; Executive producer Barry Lynch BBCi: special features via handset, or www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen OLIVE MAGAZINE: 12.80 monthly
Seasonal recipes include mustard-brushed flounder with steamed leek greens.
Six deaf youngsters join Mark Nelson for a Valentine's Day debate on relationships. With sign language, voiceoverand in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 1.55am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Eddie Murphy discusses his role in The Haunted Mansion.
Shown last Tuesday BBCI
Tennis fashions and duelling on Wimbledon Common feature in today's search for a famous face from south London's past. Executive producer Jane Lomas
Series producer Ian Pye
Mr Monk and the Marathon Man
The eccentric police aide quizzes a famous athlete.
Sleight of Hand. A woman's sudden disappearance coincides with her next-door neighbour's murder.
6/6. The Final Problem. Holmes suspects that his old adversary Professor Moriarty is behind the theft of a priceless painting.
Dramatised by John Hawkesworth
First shown on ITV
Director of the Louvre:
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Wales v Scotland Continued from
BBC1, live second-half coverage from Cardiff's Millennium
Stadium. With a creditable World Cup behind them, a tournament victory over Scotland for the first time since 2000 could be on the cards for the host nation. Gareth Charles and Andy Nicol commentate. BBCi: interactive features via the handset Coverage of Italy v England starts at
2.30pm tomorrow on BBC1
With The Guardian's
The Roman occupation of Britain draws to a close.
Unwanted heirlooms are dusted down, priced up and sold on at an auction in Cambridge. Hosted by Paul Martin.
Series producer John Miller ; Executive producer Jane Lomas
New series 1/4. The Rev Peter Owen-Jones traces the spread of Christianity throughout the British Isles.
The Cult. With disease and famine a constant threat, superstitious Iron-Age Britons sought to appease their pagan gods through ritual sacrifice. Into this climate of fear came a mysterious cult that promised eternal life for those who rejected polytheism in favour of "one true God", andafaith whose doctrine carried messages of fairness and equality. Producer Dick Taylor ; Executive producer Ruth Pitt (AD)
New series 1/6. Nelson's Forgotten Heroes. In archaeologists uncovered a mass grave on an island in Aboukir Bay, Egypt, where, 204 years earlier, Rear Admiral Horatio Nelson claimed a decisive victory over Napoleon at the Battle of the Nile. In the first of a new archaeology series developed from Meet the Ancestors, expert Nick Slope combines forensic evidence, ships' logs and personal memoirs to recreate a vivid picture of life in Nelson's fleet. Producer Tim Robinson : Series producer Sam Roberts
Rowland Rivron pays tribute to Victor Meldrew , the irascible pensioner whose catchphrase "I don't believe it!" struck a chord with world-weary viewers everywhere. Contributors include Richard Wilson , Annette Crosbie , Angus Deayton and Eric Idle. Vote by calling [number removed] (calls cost lOp). texting FOOT to 80024 (costs no more than 12p), or via www.bbc.co.uk/sitcom. A vintage episode follows.
Producer Elaine Shepherd ; Executive producer Ricky Kelehar UK Gold has classic episodes from the top ten contenders weekdays 7-llpm
Love and Death. When the Meldrews visit friends living on the south coast, Victor is given a surprise in this vintage episode from November 1990.
Writer David Renwick ; Producer/Director Susan Belbin
5/8. Billy plans to stage a "poetry Olympics" at the pub.
Writers Andrew Collins and Simon Day; Director Martin Dennis
Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor First shown on BBC3
Jack makes plans to visit his family in Canada.
Writers Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan
First shown on BBC Scotland.
Garth Crooks presents highlights of the final from the 60,000-seater Rades Stadium in Tunis.
Producer Emma Josling ; Editor Andrew Clement
Leipzig, Germany. With Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Producers Ronald Mcintosh and Laura Watts
Crispian Mills and James Redmond are among the quiz guests, shown last Monday
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Open University/General Interest
Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Hard Questions, Soft Answers
2.30 The Science of Climate
3.00 Rocky Shores: Life on the Edge
3.30 In Search of Syphilis
4.00 Looking at What Happens in Hospital (S)
4.30 Fighting for Space
5.00 The Signature of Life
5.30 An A to Z of English