Jon Sopel and Sian Williams host. NewsWatch is at 7.45.
Chefs Mike Robinson and Bobby Chinn join Antony Worrall
Thompson. Plus Keith Floyd 's tour of Spain draws to a close
Series producer Michael Kelpie ; Executive producers Elaine Bancroft , Barry Lynch www.bbc.co.uk/saturdaykitchen TO VOTE: call [number removed] (max cost top), press the red button or visit the website
6/6. The magic of mushrooms is manifested by Paul Merrett. RECIPE CARDS: free from [number removed](calls charged at national rate)
Featuring a visit to a wildlife park that touches the senses others can't reach. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 1.45am on BBCl
A look at Ron Howard 's new film Cinderella Man, starring Russell Crowe. And Tom Brook visits the set of Mira Monsoon Wedding
Nair's new film. (5)
1/6. Work begins on a plan to establish an ambitious garden in Northants.
Live coverage of the French
Open women's final from Roland Garros , Paris. As well as a place in tennis history, there's a cheque for over E500 000 at stake.
With Andrew Castle. Sam Smith and David Mercer commentate Exec producer Paul Davies BBCi: live coverage of all the day's play available via the red button. Live coverage of the men's final is 12.30-6.40pm tomorrow on interactive, with highlights on BBC2 at 5.40pm in Sunday Grandstand
The hidden powers of the dandelion are revealed during day three at Glamis Castle. Series director Steve Potter ; Series producer Peter Mulryan
Mr Monk and the Missing Granny A law student offers Monk a deal to get his help.
Investigating suspected patricide.
First shown on ITV
Sir Arthur Conan
Will the experts' valuations pay dividends in Reading Town Hall? Hosted by Paul Martin.
Rough Justice. Fletcher sets up court when a theft is discovered while a judge is an inmate. Maurice Denham guest-stars in this episode from 1977. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby
After the battle of Stalingrad in the autumn of 1942 and the winter of 1943, the German people were experiencing nothing but disaster and clearly heading for defeat. So why, when the war seemed lost, did the Nazis fight on?
[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)
The story of the 1975 referendum, when Britain said "yes" to staying in Europe. Interviews and archive footage reveal of world of flares, big hair, industrial strife and a profound public insecurity about Britain's place in the world. Presented by Michael Cockerell. Director Nikki Stockley ; Producer Michael Cockerell BBC Parliament starts a series of programmes on the referendum at 7.50pm tomorrow
5/6. In 1965 the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, spearheaded a musical revolution by giving rhythm primacy over melody. His defiant, energy-driven groove, known as funk, burst onto the soundwaves against a background of civil unrest, and quickly became synonymous with African-American identity in troubled times. Colin Salmon narrates.
BBC4 Session: James Brown follows at 10.25pm on BBC4
5/6. Chrissie and Joe are close to breaking point as new evidence is uncovered. With strong language.
Writer Bill Gallagher : Producer Ann Harrison-Baxter
Director David Richards First shown on BBC3
8/8. Desmond Lynam hosts, as Ian Hislop and Paul Merton dish out more scathing satirical sideswipes in the topical quiz. The show returns in the autumn. Shown yesterday on BBCI
5/6. Funny faces, funny voices - the motley crew of comedians take aim at those in the news.
Shown last Thursday
Hitchcockian thriller set in the Australian outback starring Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis. Following news reports of a series of murders, trucker Patrick Quid takes matters into his own hands. Review page 55.
Director Richard Franklin (1981, 15)
www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
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Ever Wondered? Claudia Winkleman on salsa.