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: Breakfast

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

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Sian Williams.

: Weekend 24

: Saturday Kitchen

Antony Worrall Thompson welcomes Reza Mohammed , who prepares a gourmet Indian curry, while in Yorkshire Rick Stein cooks a hearty rhubarb crumble followed by a Pakistani lamb kurai. Producer Michael Connock ; Exec producers Elaine Bancroft and Barry Lynch 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

Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson
Unknown: Reza Mohammed
Unknown: Rick Stein
Producer: Michael Connock
Producers: Elaine Bancroft
Producers: Barry Lynch

: The Best

1/10. Including the top sandwich and steak supper.

: See Hear

With the drama Switch set to return next week, Clive Mason and Kibra Taye show clips from the last run, interview cast members and take a look behind the scenes. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Deaflympics follows Repeated Tuesday at 12.40am on BBC One [Web Address Removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Mason
Unknown: Kibra Taye

: Deaflympics

1/2. Highlights from Melbourne,
Australia, where over 3,000 deaf Olympians are competing. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. More next Saturday. 37H

: Film 2005 withJonathan Ross

The first in a new series previews Closer and Vanity Fair.
Shown last Monday on BBCI

: Star Trek

Where No Man Has Gone BeforeCapt Kirk tracks the Enterprise's last mission in the firstepisode of the cult sci-fi series.

Contributors

Unknown: Capt Kirk

: Stardate: Mission to Titan

An updated programme on yesterday's bid to land a probe on Saturn's moon Titan.

: Monk

Mr Monk Goes to the Theatre
Sharona's sister is suspected of murdering a fellow actor.

: Nero Wolfe

Wolfe Stays In. Two cases each involving a woman's corpse tax the restive detective.

: The Return ofSherlock Holmes

3/7. The Devil's Foot. Convalescing in Cornwall, Holmes involves himself in a local mystery. Dramatised by Gary Hopkins
First shown on ITV

Contributors

Dramatised By: Gary Hopkins

: What the Papers Say

Comedian and columnist Mark Steel reviews the news.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Ged Clarke

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Steel
Director: Vernon Antcliff

: Flog It!

Experts Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon evaluate potential auction lots in Andover, while presenter Paul Martin heads for the Hampshire countryside on a quest to discover the "real" Jane Austen.
Series producer John Miller ; Exec producer Jane Lomas

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Stacey
Unknown: Catherine Southon
Presenter: Paul Martin
Unknown: Jane Austen.
Producer: John Miller
Producer: Jane Lomas

: Abroad Again in Britain

2/5. Brighton Pavilion. It was in 1815 that architect John Nash began to remodel an existing, modest villa for the then Prince Regent in a lavish style heavily influenced by India and China. On completion in 1823, George IV had a residence that truly reflected his sybaritic life. Jonathan Meades ponders the fabulous pleasure dome that is the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. Director Tim Niel ; Series producer Allan Campbell
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: John Nash
Unknown: Jonathan Meades
Director: Tim Niel
Producer: Allan Campbell

: Horizon

Global Dimming. Scientists have discovered a phenomenon that may have already contributed to the deaths of hundreds of thousands through drought and famine. At its heart is a study that shows that the average amount of sunlight reaching the Earth has diminished over a number of years, hiding the consequences of global warming in the process - a theory labelled "global dimming".
Producer David Sington Shown last Thursday Episode two of the new series is on Thursday at 9pm

Contributors

Producer: David Sington

: BBC4 on BBC2

www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour
Home Antony Sher stars in this darkly comic drama based on a short story by J G Ballard . Increasingly deranged, suburbanite Gerald Ballantyne embarks on a lunatic experiment in the confines of his house.
Writer/Director Richard Curson-Smith
Producer Richard Fell

Contributors

Unknown: Antony Sher
Story By: J G Ballard
Unknown: Gerald Ballantyne
Director: Richard Curson-Smith
Producer: Richard Fell
Gerald Ballantyne: Antony Sher
Margaret Ballantyne: Deborah Findlay
Paula: Matilda Zlegler
Terry: Guy Henry
Satellite repo man: Keith Allen

: The Majestic

Jim Carrey and Martin Landau star in this Capra-esque comedy drama from Shawshank Redemption director Frank Darabont. Hollywood, 1951:
Peter Appleton is a scriptwriter who has just received his first screen credit. But when he's investigated by FBI agents who claim he has Communist sympathies, his world quickly falls apart. Then an accident gives him a chance of a new life. Review page 54.
(2001, PG) Film Highlights: page 51

Contributors

Unknown: Jim Carrey
Unknown: Martin Landau
Director: Frank Darabont.
Unknown: Peter Appleton
Peter Appleton/Luke Trimble: Jim Carrey
Harry Trimble: Martin Landau
Adele Stanton: Laurie Holden
Doc Stanton: David Ogden Stiers
Stan Keller: James Whitmore
Ernie Cole: Jeffrey Demunn
Kevin Bannerman: Ron Rifkin
Majority Counsel Clyde: Bob Balaban
Congressman Doyle: Hal Holbrook
Sheriff Coleman: Brent Briscoe
Leo Kubelsky: Allen Garfield
Studio executives: Garry Marshall
Studio executives: Paul Mazursky
Studio executives: Sydney Pollack
Studio executives: Carl Reiner
Studio executives: Rob Reiner
Luke's letter: Matt Damon

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

2/11. With
Roni Size , Ollie from Freefaller, singer Keedie, and actor
Ewen Macintosh. Shown last Sunday

Contributors

Unknown: Roni Size
Unknown: Ewen MacIntosh.

: Bowls Extra

Highlights from today's semi-finals at the world championships. Live coverage of the final from 2pm tomorrow in Sunday Grandstand.

: BBC Learning

Zone www.bbcco.uk/iearningzone
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Wallace In Wales 55993 2.30 Was Anybody There? 61500 3.00 The Argument from Design 65245 3.30 Living Doll A Background to Shaw's
Pygmalion 52852 4.00 Euripides's Medea
4.30 Hotel Hilbert 66974 5.00 Designer Rides Jerk and Jounce 59142 5.30 Deadly Quarrels








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