Flamboyant Italian chef
Gino D'Campo and cookery writer Manju Malhi join Antony Worrall Thompson. Series producer Michael Kelpie ; Executive producers Elaine Bancroft , Barry Lynch www.bbc.co.uk/saturdaykitchen TO VOTE: call [number removed]2244 (max cost 10p), press the red button or visit the website
Reports on the communication disorder Usher syndrome, deaf parenting and a dance workshop. Clive Mason hosts. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 1.10am on BBC1
In tribute to the celebrated actor, who died last month, another chance to see this montage of his charming home-movie footage. Director Marcus Dillistone John Mills stars in In Which We Serve on Monday at 1.05pm
John Mills tribute: page 49
Glamorous, Oscar winning MGM musical starring
Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron.
Jerry, an American painter living in Paris, is loved by the rich and beautiful Milo. Perversely, he falls for a poor orphan who is already engaged. Review page 55. Director Vincente Minnelli (1951 U)
How was it possible for the Nazis to create killing factories to exterminate Jews and other "undesirables"? Filmed in Poland, Germany and Lithuania, this sobering documentary examines the invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941 and shows how it proved to be the catalyst for a radical change in Nazi policy against the Jews.
[Web address removed] RT Direct: book The Nazis: a Warning from History, £7.99; DVD £17.99 (RRP £19.99) incl p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate)
It's the final day, and members of the public get the chance to snap up a keepsake at the end-of-show sell-off. Plus a look back at this year's highlights and the announcement of the BBC RHS People's Award. With Alan Titchmarsh and Diarmuid Gavin.
Series producer Lucy Hooper : Exec producer Owen Gay BBCi: digital viewers can access additional features via the handset Alan Titchmarsh on floral lore: page 41
4/6. Southern Soul. Otis Redding emerged from the bitterly divided Deep South to unite white and black audiences with his unique brand of emotionally charged soul. This absorbing documentary reveals his remarkable journey from the Stax Records studio in Memphis to the top of the charts - and his tragic death in a plane crash in 1967. Featuring Wilson Pickett , Aretha Franklin , Sam and Dave, Percy Sledge and James Carr. Colin Salmon narrates.
Producer Anna Gravelle ; Series editor Michael Poole Only the Strong Survive follows at 10pm on BBC4
4/6. Chrissie and Joe are in the firing line when a crazed gunman goes on the rampage. Meanwhile, dark secrets are emerging from Ray's family history. With strong language and violence.
Writer Bill Gallagher ; Producer Ann Harrison-Baxter
Director David Richards First shown on BBC3
7/8. William Hague braces himself for political jibes as he dons the guest host's mantle for a second time - particularly as Mark Mardell , the BBC's chief political correspondent, is among the panellists.
Shown yesterday on BBCI
Sergio Leone 's volatile spaghetti western, starring Rod Steiger and James Coburn. Juan Miranda , a Mexican peasant-turned-bandit, believes only in his family and robbery. Sean Mallory , a revolutionary, believes only in dynamite. When the two join forces, the result is highly explosive. Review page 55.
Followed by The Witness
Learning Zone www.bbcco.uk/learningzone
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 A Language for Movement How maths had a hand in creating three dances. 36558 2.30 Talking
Buildings 42165 3.00 Uncertain Principles Quantum theory. 63691 3.30 Apples, Risks and Recriminations 42962 4.30 The Next Big Thing The Reality of Risk 64320 5.00 The Lapedo Child
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