Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams host. News Watch is at 7.45.
To celebrate St George 's Day,
Antony Worrall Thompson cooks his favourite beef dish, while chefs Ben O'Donoghue and Paul Merret vie for viewers' votes.
Series producer Michael Kelpie ; Executive producers Elaine Bancroft. Barry Lynch www.bbc.co.uk/saturdaykitchen To vote. ring [number removed]2244 (maximum cost of calls is lOp), press the red button on your handset or log on to the website
Viewers'top dishes to inspire love. Postponed from 9 April (AD)
Coverage from the Crucible, where, barring a major upset in the first round, Ronnie O'Sullivan should be concluding his second-round match. BBCi: digital viewers can access additional live coverage of both tables, plus a news and statistics service, via the red button There's radio coverage in Sporf on 5 on BBC Radio 5 Live from 12.30pm
A report on deaf access to the emergency services, plus a profile of deaf wrestler Alan Kilby. Clive Mason presents. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12.50am on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Hollywood Follies. A summer job at a film studio gives Indy the chance to work with legendary director John Ford. Another adventure tomorrow at 1225pm
★★★★★ Classic, Oscar-winning John Ford western starring
John Wayne. A retiring cavalry officer escorts two women through hostile American Indian territory. Review page 49.
(1949, PG) Film Trivia: page 47
The latest action from Sheffield, where veteran Steve Davis could well be in action. BBCi: options available for digital viewers
2/3. On the campaign trail with guest correspondents.
Steve Davis is due on the sofa with fellow presenters Hazel Irvine and John Parrott this evening, but if his first-round match against Gerard Greene went to plan, he may have just left the table, having faced Michael Holt or the number four seed Paul Hunter. BBCi: digital viewers can access additional live coverage of both tables, plus a news and statistics service, via the red button
10/10. Bosnia to France and Home. The rebuilt bridge in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the Parthenon of Ancient Greece are both stops on the last leg of the voyage. Italy provides a veritable treasure trove, including Rome's Pantheon and the Florentine chapel of the Medici princes. And there's a chance to reflect on the journey. What can we learn from the fantastic variety of mankind's creations? Series producer Tim Dunn ; Executive producer Basil Comely
Shown last Monday
RT DIRECT: Around the World in 80 Treasures (hardback), £17 (RRP E20) incl pSp. To order call [number removed](national rate)
4/5. "Bedlam", "scandal", and "hilarity" were some of the words used to describe Georges Seurat's portrayal of Parisians enjoying an outing on the banks of the River Seine. Now it is seen as one of the most popular paintings ever created, and hailed as a masterpiece of pointillism - or divisionism as Seurat preferred to call his technique. But there's even more to it than first meets the eye. Could the woman pictured fishing in fact be angling for something else? And what's the real significance of the woman leading the monkey? Narrated by Samuel West. (AD)
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Coverage continues from Sheffield's Crucible Theatre, where the fourth quarter-final spot is soon to be filled.
Former world champion Ken Doherty could be in contention, but he's yet to hit form this season, and may have been ousted in the first round by experienced qualifier Barry Pinches. Meanwhile, 1998 champion and number five seed John Higgins could well be in action as another second-round match begins.
Senior producer Alison Witkover ; Exec producer Graham Fry BBCi: digital viewers can access additional live coverage of both tables, plus a news and statistics service, via the red button
2/8. Michael Winner joins team captains
Paul Merton and Ian Hislop as guest host Alexander Armstrong provides the pre-election fodder.
Shown yesterday on BBCI
10/12. Presentation skills are put under the spotlight as the five remaining candidates attempt to sell their wares on a television shopping channel. They're free to choose what to sell, but which products are easy to shift on TV? With strong language.
Shown last Wednesday
Highlights of today's daytime sessions.
Executive producer Graham Fry
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Open University/General Interest
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2.00 Marin Mernsenne The Birth of Modern Geometry
How a 17th-century French monk laid the foundations for a European scientific community.
2.30 Development Aid
3.00 The KT Event
3.30 Ever Wondered?
4.00 The Challenge Fastest Round-the-World Yacht
4.30 The Next Big Thing: Nanotechnology
5.00 Truth Will Out
5.15 Hollywood Science: Cool Hand Luke
5.30 Ever Wondered?
Body image psychology.