Chris Eakin and Susanna Reid host. NewsWatch is at 7.45.
Rick Stein and Rachel's Favourite Food presenter Rachel Allen join Antony Worrall Thompson , Keith Floyd 's Italian odyssey continues and Sophie Grigson jazzes up the humble onion. Plus the viewers' vote for one of three dishes.
Director Simon Brooke ; Series producer Michael Kelpie TO VOTE FOR DISHES: call
3333 (maximum cost lOp) or log on to the websitewww.bbc.co.uk/saturdaykitchen
5/8. An Indoor Picnic. Al fresco food for the dining table, including lamb with raisins and pine nuts, aubergine and garlic puree, and strawberry meringue mess. <S) Cool ice-cream maker offer: page 32
The debate surrounding the use of lip-readers in court, plus the search for the latest Coronation Street star. Last in series, which is set to return in September. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday at 1.45am on BBC1
A profile of Fantastic Four star Jessica Alba , plus John Cusack and Diane Lane in rom-com
Must Love Dogs.
- Rugged western starring
William Holden and Richard Widmark.
During the American Civil War, rancher Alvarez Kelly plans to sell his cattle to the Union forces, but tough Confederate officer
Tom Rossiter has other ideas for the herd. Review page 45.
Director Edward Dmytryk (1966. PG)
Live coverage of the E200,000 Nassau Stakes at 3.10 and the E100,000 Stewards' Cup at 3.45. Last year, the Nassau Stakes went to a thrilling three-way photo finish before Kieron Fallon on Favourable Terms was granted victory.
There's also coverage from the closing stages on the penultimate day of the Women's British Open golf championship. With Clare Balding and Hazel Irvine.
Executive editor (golf) Kate McKeag ;
Editor (golf) Barbara Slater
Bournemouth's International Centre welcomes
Paul Martin , James Lewis and Nigel Smith.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware
A Day Out. Fletcher and Godber are allowed to join a work gang, spelling trouble for Mr Barrowclough. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby
The story of the men who served aboard the Tudor warship that sank in Portsmouth harbour during a battle with French forces. Archaeological analysis of artefacts recovered from the wreck, computer graphics and reconstructions combine to lay bare 16th-century naval life. Narrated by Michael Praed. Director John Hayes Fisher ; Series producer John Farren Postponed from 16 July www.bbc.co.uk/timewatch
4/6. How has geology influenced the world around us? Dr lain Stewart tours the Mediterranean to show how the rocks beneath our feet played a crucial role in ancient civilisations, and remain a major influence on how we understand our planet - from the spread of Christianity to the extinction of dinosaurs. Stewart's tour visits tourist destinations in Greece, Italy and Portugal, but provides a unique insight that can't be found in the guidebooks.
Producer Paul Olding; Series producers Belinda Cherrington and Jeremy Phillips First shown on BBC4
Emotional drama starring Sissy Spacek (also in Badlands at 11.15pm) and Tom Wilkinson. When their son starts to date a mother of two who's recently separated from her husband, New England couple
Matt and Ruth are far from pleased. But disapproval turns to horror when a tragedy threatens to tear their world apart. Film of the week: page 39.
Director Todd Field (2001, 15)
nTerrence Malick's atmospheric crime drama starring Martin Sheen , Sissy Spacek and Warren Oates. Garbageman Kit Carruthers and his teenage lover Holly are on the run after shooting her father. Pursued by the law, they travel through South Dakota killing anyone who gets in their way.
Review page 45. (1973,18) Film Trivia: page 43
Creepy horror from cult producer Val Lewton , with Boris Karloff. As plague breaks out on a Greek island, a peasant woman warns of a vampire-like being that has the ability to possess the newly dead. Review page 45. Director Mark Robson (1945,15) (BW)
Then The Witness A historical event recalled.
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 The Programmers A history of computing and code-building. 69696 2.30 Lost Worlds Mysteries of extinction. 71431 3.00 The Cretaceous Greenhouse: a Surfeit of Carbon Where did large amounts of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere come from?
3.30 Horses for Courses: an Evolutionary
Radiation 62783 4.00 Food: Whose Choice Is It Anyway? Why food choices can't be taken at face value. 50948 4.30 Cell City - City Life A map of a biological cell. 96615 5.00 Rough Science
5.30 Background Brief: Superbugs on the March
The truth about antibiotic resistant microbes.
5.45 Snapshots: the Parkinson Puzzle