Presented by Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin , and from
9.00 Carrie Gracie.
Keith Floyd is live in the studio as Antony Worrall Thompson cooks one of the bon viveur's curries, before sampling the best supermarket offerings.
Meanwhile, James Martin prepares pork, plus one of three puddings selected by viewers. To vote phone [number removed](calls cost lOp); digital satellite viewers can use the red button on their handset.
And in the archive slot,
Delia Smith whisks up a rich sauce for steak, while Gary Rhodes prepares sea bass. producer Lucy Lomas ; Executive producer Barry Lynch RT SHOP: Saturday Kitchen Cookbook. £12.99 (inc P&p). Call [number removed]
October. Seasonal treats include a bramley-and-russet apple pie, and skate with creamed salsify.
Includes reports on a deaf rave, binge-drinking and the history of signed songs. Memnos Costi presents. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Rptd on Tuesday at 12.45am on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Star Birth. Patrick Moore looks into the largely unexplained science of how stars came to be Shown last Sun on BBCI
Kate Beckinsale and Hugh Jackman discuss their roles in the fantasy action adventure Van Helsing. Plus reports on the New York firefighters' documentary Brotherhood, and Robert De Niro 's Tribeca
Film Festival. With Tom Brooks and Laura Metzger.
Historical drama starring Sharlton Heston and Rex Harrison. Michelangelo, the Italian Renaissance's master sculptor, grudgingly accepts Pope Julius ll's commission to paint the vaults of the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Review page 53. Director Carol Reed (1965. U)
Roundabout. In Las Vegas, Jim meets a woman living on the breadline - so why is she hesitating to bank a$10,000 insurance cheque?
Continued from BBCI, live coverage from the third round of the British Masters at the Forest of Arden course in Meriden, Warwickshire. With important Ryder Cup points and £1.6 million in prize money at stake, Europe's top golfers have everything to play for.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
Commentary by Peter Alliss , Ken Brown , Alex Hay , Beverly Lewis , Julian Tutt and John Hawksworth. Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater
The Guildhall in Plymouth plays host to the valuation day. Experts Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey give their prices - but will their expertise stand up in the saleroom? More weekday episodes starting Monday at 3.25pm
2/3. Will to Win. Winston Churchill risked war with France when he ordered the Royal Navy to sink the French fleet rather than surrender it to Axis forces - a command that ultimately paid dividends, earning the confidence of the Americans. Presented by Professor Andrew Lambert.
Director Mike Rossiter : Executive producer Bill Grist
The orchestral suite known as Handel's Water Music was first performed at a lavish riverboat banquet for George I in 1717. While the music served as pure entertainment, the event itself was a cunning PR stunt to overshadow the extravagant parties given by the king's son, the scheming Prince of Wales. Historical reconstruction, documentary and performance combine in a one-off re-enactment of this concert on the Thames, with excerpts played on period instruments by the English Concert under violinist Andrew Manze 's direction. Presented by Peter Ackroyd.
Directors Trevor Hampton and Fergus O'Brien ; Producer Suzy Klein Peter Ackroyd presents London: The Crowd on Friday at 9pm on BBC2 Notes on the water: page 17
William Hague - making his second appearance as guest host - welcomes panellist Stanley Johnson , father of the inimitable Tory MP Boris. With Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. Shown yesterday on BBC1
Following last year's successful bid to save Manchester's Victoria Baths from demolition, viewers are introduced to a further 21 endangered architectural treasures ahead of this summer's new series of Restoration. There's also a look at how campaigners from around Britain have already secured funding to restore five derelict British buildings.
Griff Rhys Jones hosts, with experts Ptolemy Dean and Marianne Suhr acting as guides to the buildings. For a free information pack on starting your own campaign, visit www.bbc.co.uk/restoration or call [number removed] (cost 50p). Director Juliette Otterburn-Hall ; Producer Steven Bailey Rubble rescue: page 33
Live coverage from the Whitchurch Sports Centre in Bristol as Audley Harrison defends his WBF heavyweight title against Nicolay Popov. Harrison, 32, was impressive in despatching Dutchman Richel Hersisia in March, but could he have met his match in the undefeated Russian?
With John Inverdale , Richie Woodhall and Steve Bunce. Jim Neilly and Duke McKenzie provide the commentary.
Producer Chris Lewis : Editor Jim Bentley www.bbc.co.uk/boxingThere's more boxing action on Wednesday at 11.35pm on BBC1
Biographical drama starring Eric Bana as Mark "Chopper" Read, the notoriously violent and unpredictable Australian criminal who went on to become a bestselling author. Review page 53.
Director Andrew Dominik (2000, 18) Highlights: page 48
Mark Chopper Read:
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