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: Breakfast

Bill Turnbull and Kate Silverton host. NewsWatch is at 7.45.
www.bbc.co.uk/newswatch

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Kate Silverton

: Weekend 24

: Saturday Kitchen

Gennaro Contaldo prepares an Italian-style Sunday roast dinner. Food writer Merilees Parker also joins Antony Worrall Thompson. Series producer Michael Kelpie ; Executive producers Elaine Bancroft. Barry Lynch wwwbbc.co.uk/saturdavkitchen TO VOTE: call [number removed]3333 (max cost lOp)

Contributors

Unknown: Merilees Parker
Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson.
Producer: Michael Kelpie
Producers: Elaine Bancroft.
Producers: Barry Lynch

: Rachel's Favourite Food

New series Cookery presenter Rachel Allen 's delicious menus. 1/8 The Italian Job - Easy
Entertaining. Including pasta with spicy sausage, tomato and rosemary, and chocolate pudding.

Contributors

Presenter: Rachel Allen

: See Hear

How has redundancy affected former Rover employees John Woolley and Mark Sargent ?
Clive Mason hosts. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 1.50am on BBCI
www.bbc.co.uk/seehear

Contributors

Unknown: John Woolley
Unknown: Mark Sargent
Unknown: Clive Mason

: Talking Movies

Tom Brook talks to Bob Hoskins about being typecast as a gangster. Plus a report on the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival.

Contributors

Talks: Tom Brook
Unknown: Bob Hoskins

: Castle in the Country

John Craven finds out how Glamis Castle isn't as old as it seems.
Series producer Peter Mulryan : Executive producer Neil McDonald

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven
Producer: Peter Mulryan
Producer: Neil McDonald

: Royal Ascot at York

The Golden Jubilee Stakes at
3.45 is the centrepiece of the fifth and final day of the Royal Ascot meeting, held - owing to redevelopment - at York's
Knavesmire racecourse. Coverage also features the Windsor Castle Stakes at 2.30, the Hardwicke Stakes at 3.05, and the Wokingham Stakes at 4.20. Introduced by Clare Balding .
Highlights at 11.45pm on BBC1. producer Gerry Morrison ; Editor Carl Hicks www.bbc.co.uk/racinq

Contributors

Introduced By: Clare Balding
Producer: Gerry Morrison
Editor: Carl Hicks

: The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes

The Illustrious Client. An allegedly murderous Austrian baron is at large. Anthony Valentine guests. Dramatised by Robin Chapman
First shown on ITV

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Valentine
Dramatised By: Robin Chapman

: Flog It!

The team head for Anglesey. Series producer Peter Smith
Executive producer Tom Ware

Contributors

Producer: Peter Smith
Producer: Tom Ware

: Porridge

Pardon Me. Blanco (David Jason ) was jailed 17 years ago for a crime he insists he didn't commit. Now he's up for parole - will he stick to his principles? Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby

Contributors

Unknown: David Jason
Unknown: Dick Clement
Unknown: Ian La Frenais

: A Picture of Britain

2/6. The Flatlands. David Dimbleby explores Norfolk and Suffolk's misty meadows, windmills and fenland, the landscape that inspired Constable's The Hay Wain. Director Sally Benton Shown last Sunday on BBCI

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby
Director: Sally Benton

: Out of Africa: the Many Faces of the Black Icon

How is Godfather of Soul James Brown linked to US statesman Colin Powell ? What connects chat-show queen Oprah Winfrey to football legend Pelé? And how, in the early 1900s, did CJ Walker become one of the first female millionaires? The Africa Lives on the BBC season - a summer-long celebration of African life and culture - opens with an intriguing documentary tracing paths of influence between leading lights of the black diaspora. Muhammad AN, Nelson Mandela , Jesse Jackson , Morgan Freeman , Dr Maya Angelou , the Williams sisters, Lenny Henry and Naomi Campbell are among the contributors. Presented by Hustle actor Adrian Lester.
Director David Dehaney ; Producers Joyce Adeluwoye and David Dehaney
www.bbc.co.uk/africalives Rageh Omaar meets Nelson Mandela : page 20

Contributors

Unknown: James Brown
Unknown: Colin Powell
Unknown: Cj Walker
Unknown: Nelson Mandela
Unknown: Jesse Jackson
Unknown: Morgan Freeman
Unknown: Dr Maya Angelou
Unknown: Lenny Henry
Unknown: Naomi Campbell
Unknown: Adrian Lester.
Director: David Dehaney
Producer: Joyce Adeluwoye
Producer: David Dehaney
Unknown: Rageh Omaar
Unknown: Nelson Mandela

: Live Aid: Against All Odds

The uplifting story of how a pop tune cobbled together in the back of a taxi became a lifeline for Africa's starving millions. It's 1985, and against the backdrop of Thatcher's booming Britain, a scruffy, fading rock star is attempting a world first: a globally televised gig to raise money for Ethiopia's forgotten famine victims. But with only weeks to go, Bob Geldof has no line-up, no broadcaster and no venues. So how did he achieve the impossible? Elton John , Queen, Paul McCartney , David Bowie and U2 and others recall how he cajoled them into taking part. Gina McKee narrates. Contains strong language.
Director Janice Sutherland ; Producer Kate Werran

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Geldof
Unknown: Elton John
Unknown: Paul McCartney
Unknown: David Bowie
Unknown: Gina McKee
Director: Janice Sutherland
Producer: Kate Werran

: Live Aid: Rockin' All Over the World

After 12 weeks of manic preparation, the day of Live Aid - 13 July 1985 - has finally arrived. But will it pay off and, more importantly, will the punters pay up? There's electrifying archive footage from the gigs at Wembley and Philadelphia as Bob Geldof recalls last-minute nerves; Elton John, Queen, U2, David Bowie and Paul McCartney share the thrill of playing to a global audience of billions; and those who sat glued to TV screens - including Tony Blair, Helen Fielding and JK Rowling - recall the excitement of witnessing history in the making. Gina McKee narrates.
Reviving Asmana is tomorrow at 9.30pm on Radio 3, Geldof in Africa is on Monday at 7.30pm on BBC1 and The 20th Anniversary of Live Aid is on Tuesday at 8.30pm on Radio 2
Helen Fielding on the day that rocked the world: page 22

Contributors

Director: Janice Sutherland
Producer: Kate Werran

: Black Day Blue Night

Twisting crime thriller starring Gil Bellows , Michelle Forbes , Mia Sara and JT Walsh. Two women driving to Phoenix pick up a mysterious hitch-hiker and become involved in the bloody aftermath of a robbery. Review page 61. Director JS Cardone (1995)

Contributors

Unknown: Gil Bellows
Unknown: Michelle Forbes
Unknown: Mia Sara
Director: Js Cardone

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Hidden Visions 53277 2.30 Waving Not
Drowning 69884 3.00 Acid Politics 5440838 3.50 Ever Wondered? 89725161 4.00 The Birth of Calculus 44529 4.30 Open Advice Study to Succeed
5.00 Controlling Carnival Crowds








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