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: Breakfast

With Bill Turnbull, Sian Williams. Including viewers' questions in NewsWatch at 7.45.

Contributors

Presenter: Bill Turnbull
Presenter: Sian Williams

: Weekend 24

: Saturday Kitchen

Kimiko Barber talks about the basics of Japanese cuisine, Delia Smith serves up a selection of winter salads and Antony Worrall Thomson welcomes guest chef James Martin.
Producer Michael Connock To vote which of three dishes you would like to see at the end of the show, ring
[number removed] (max cost lOp). press the red button or log on to www.bbc.co.uk/food

Contributors

Talks: Kimiko Barber
Unknown: Delia Smith
Unknown: Antony Worrall Thomson
Unknown: James Martin.
Producer: Michael Connock

: The Plantsman

Grafters. Chris Collins looks at tireless workaholic plants that bring colour to the summer garden.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Collins

: See Hear

Following three UK deaf businesses in an in-depth look at starting up and running your own business. Presented by Tessa Padden. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at1.15am on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear

Contributors

Presented By: Tessa Padden.

: The Sky at Night

Pictures of Saturn's moons, from the Cassini spacecraft.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Stardate: Mission to Titan can be seen on Friday at 11.30pm

: Cycling

Action from the penultimate round of the UCI Track World
Cup at Manchester Velodrome.
This morning there was action in the men's team pursuit, men's sprint, women's individual pursuit and men's points race. Coverage continues on BBCI in Grandstand at 2.30pm.

: Monk

Mr Monk and the Very, Very Old Man. The obsessive detective investigates the possibility that the death of the world's oldest man was due to murder.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Monk

: Nero Wolfe Mysteries

Wolfe Goes Out. Archie requires fancy footwork when two winter murders are uncovered.

: World Darts

The final four continue to battle it out at the Lakeside Country Club. Producer Michael O'Dwyer
Executive producer Graham Fry BBCi- full, uninterrupted coverage of the day's play is available to digital viewers

Contributors

Producer: Michael O'Dwyer
Producer: Graham Fry

: Porridge

Heartbreak Hotel. Godber receives bad news, but can Fletcher's daughter Ingrid ease the pain? Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Clement
Unknown: Ian La Frenais

: What the Papers Say

Tony Livesey of the Daily Sport turns the pages.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Cal Park

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Livesey
Director: Vernon Antcliff

: Abroad Again in Britain

New series 1/5. Salisbury Cathedral. Returning for a fourth series of award-winning Abroad programmes Jonathan Meades switches his attention to landmark buildings. Raised in the shadow of one of the country's finest medieval buildings he wonders how an atheist can love a building dedicated to the propagation of medieval superstitions and fears. Director Jonathan Barker ; Series producer Allan Campbell
First shown on BBC4 Cathedral on Monday at 7pm looks at Lincoln Cathedral

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Meades
Director: Jonathan Barker
Producer: Allan Campbell

: Britain's X-Files - Timewatch

The UFO phenomenon in Britain took off in the 1950s, when alleged sightings began and Clement Attlee formed the Flying Saucer Working Party. This documentary recalls how UFOs became a symbol of the communist threat during the Cold War and how paranoia over these mysterious vessels struck.
Director Michael Wadding ; Editor John Farren (AD)

Contributors

Unknown: Clement Attlee
Director: Michael Wadding
Editor: John Farren

: Jerry Springer Night

A night in the company of one of America's greatest and most controversial talk show hosts. Introduced by David Soul , star of Jerry Springer - the Opera, which gets its TV premiere at 10pm.
First off there's a chance to find out Some Things You Need to Know about Jerry Springer , followed by a repeat of Ruby Wax Meets ...The
Jerry Springer Show in which Ruby goes behind the scenes of America's infamous talk show, meets the guests, the audience and the man himself.
And finally, to set the scene, Jerry Springer - the Opera: Story of a Musical takes a look at why the stage show has become such a phenomenal success. Producers Ashtar Alkhirsan and Claire Powell

Contributors

Introduced By: David Soul
Unknown: Jerry Springer
Unknown: Jerry Springer
Unknown: Jerry Springer Show
Unknown: Jerry Springer
Producers: Ashtar Alkhirsan
Producers: Claire Powell

: Jerry Springer - the Opera

Tap-dancing Ku Klux Klansmen, transsexuals, a nappy Nearing adult - and God and Satan as talk show guests. .t has to be the magnificently foul-mouthed hit musical in which trailer trash meets high culture, filmed live at the Cambridge Theatre, London. Talk show host Jerry Springer suffers the worst day of his career.

Fanning the flames: page 10

Contributors

Writer: Richard Thomas
Writer: Stewart Lee
Producer: Richard Grocock
Director: Peter Orton
Jerry Springer: David Soul
Warm-up man/Satan: David Bedella
Montel/Jesus: Leon Craig
Peaches/Baby Jane: Carrie Ellis
Shawntel/Eve: Alison Jiear
Chucky/Adam: Christopher Key
Dwight/God: Benjamin Lake
Tremont/Angel Gabriel: Ryan Molloy
Zandra/Irene/Mary: Claire Platt
Steve: Guy Porritt
Andrea/Archangel Michael: Annabelle Williams

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

With Suzi Ouatro , Beverly Turner , Dave Johns and Hannah Lewis from Pop! Shown last Sunday

Contributors

Unknown: Suzi Ouatro
Unknown: Beverly Turner
Unknown: Dave Johns
Unknown: Hannah Lewis

: World Darts Extra

Semi-final highlights.

: BBC Learning Zone

Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Wembley Venue of Legends 63606 2.30 Passing Judgements 75441 3.00 The British Family Sources and Myths 18557 3.30 The French Revolution Impact and Sources 66793 4.00 Rousseau in Africa
4.30 The Passionate Statistician 68016 5.00 Asthma and the Bean 73538 5.30 Caught in Time








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