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: Breakfast

Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
News Watch is at 7.45.


Unknown: Mishal Husain
Unknown: Bill Turnbull.

: Weekend 24

News stories.

: Saturday Kitchen

Manju Malhi and Paul Merrett guest. Plus Keith Floyd , the competition and the viewers' vote. Executive producers Elaine Bancroft and Barry Lynch VOTE: [number removed]3333 OOp); bbc.co.uk/food COMPETITION: [number removed]3366 (25p)
Pheasant wrapped in bacon recipe: p35


Unknown: Manju Malhi
Unknown: Paul Merrett
Unknown: Keith Floyd
Producers: Elaine Bancroft
Producers: Barry Lynch

: Rachel's Favourite Foodfor Friends

5/13. Curry Night. Lamb korma, red prawn-and-butternut squash curry, and hot chilli sauce.

: See Hear

Previewing Soundproof, a new BBC drama scheduled for next year that features key characters who are deaf. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Rptd Tuesday 1.35am BBCHSL)

: Film 2005 withJonathan Ross

Kevin Bacon discusses Where the Truth Lies, plus The Rock in Doom. Shown last Monday on BBCI RT Film Guide offer: page 47


Unknown: Kevin Bacon

: Perfect Holiday

How did travel experts come up with a South African holiday for fundraiser Terry Loftus ?


Unknown: Terry Loftus

: The Scarlet Claw

cog-shrouded mystery starring Basil Rathbone.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson investigate a series of murders in a Canadian village, which the superstitious locals believe are the work of a monster. Review page 55.
Director Roy William Neill (1944, PG)
(BW) Sherlock Holmes and the Spider Woman is on Wednesday at 10.30am


Unknown: Basil Rathbone.
Unknown: Sherlock Holmes
Director: Roy William Neill
Unknown: Sherlock Holmes

: The Rockford Files

The No-Cut Contract. Jim is implicated in a blackmail case by a football player.

: Monk

Mr Monk and the Red Herring
Why would a thief want to steal a commonplace pet fish?


Unknown: Mr Monk

: Tennis

Semi-final coverage of the Seniors Masters tournament at the Royal Albert Hall. With Sue Barker. The final is tomorrow from 3pm. 15 Live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport


Unknown: Albert Hall.

: Some MothersDo 'Ave 'Em

Frank attends a maternity class. Writer Raymond Allen


Unknown: Raymond Allen

: Flog It!

Paul Martin takes the auction show to Derby.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware


Unknown: Paul Martin
Producer: Peter Smith
Producer: Tom Ware

: What the Papers Say

The Independents Johann Hari.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Cat Park


Unknown: Johann Hari.
Director: Vernon Antcliff

: Backlash

6/6. Paranoid Parents. Author John O'Farrell argues that the physics of parenting has changed - for the worse. Are put-upon parents losing their dignity?
Producer Paul Jenkins ; Executive producer Paul Woolwich


Unknown: John O'Farrell
Producer: Paul Jenkins
Producer: Paul Woolwich

: How to Be a Tory Leader

With the Conservatives set next week to make their final choice for party leader between the Davids - Davis and Cameron - Michael Cockerell presents a how-to-do-it guide to the job of Opposition leader.
Interviews with recent leaders and rare archive footage disclose the pleasures - and pressures - of the role. Producer Diana Martin ; Exec producer Fiona Stourton


Unknown: Michael Cockerell
Producer: Diana Martin
Producer: Fiona Stourton

: Auschwitz: the Nazis & the "Final Solution"

5/6. Frenzied Killing. How the deportation of Hungary's Jews following occupation in 1944 precipitated the most intensive period of killing in the camp's history. Directors Detief Siebert and Dominic Sutherland
Producer Laurence Rees


Directors: Detief Siebert
Directors: Dominic Sutherland
Producer: Laurence Rees

: Bodies

10/10; series two. A tragic case brings Rob and Hurley together. A decision's made on the new clinical director.
Writer/Director Jed Mercurio ; Producer Sue de Beauvoir
Shown last Saturday on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bodies Patrick Baladi is a guest star in Sensitive Skin on Thursday at 10pm; Tamzin Malleson is in The Man-Eating Lions of Njombe Friday at 9pm Body building: page 69


Director: Jed Mercurio
Unknown: Patrick Baladi
Unknown: Tamzin Malleson
Rob Lake: Max Beesley
Donna Rix: Neve McLntosh
Roger Hurley: Patrick Baladi
Tony Whitman: Keith Allen
Polly Grey: Tamzin Malleson
Maya Dutta: Preeya Kalidas
Chrissy Farrell: Vicky Hall
Paul Tennant: Nicholas Palliser
Harriet Hurley: Katy Cavanagh
Brian Richards: Steve Furst
Tessa Richards: Anna Cannings
Ben Hill: Nick Sidi
Tim Sibley: Simon Lowe
Hazel Melrose: Karen Bryson
Dottie Sands: Liz Hume-Dawson
Laura Johnson: Hannah Yelland
Vicky Abbott: Kitty Simpson
Veronica Hurst: Jemma Thompson
Alex Blair: Nicole Barber-Lee
Kate Hanning: Angeline Plummer

: Family Guy

Lethal Weapons. Bonnie convinces Lois to join her tae-jitsu class. Quahog is invaded by New Yorkers. First shown on Sky One

: American Dad!

Deacon Stan , Jesus Man. Stan vies with Chuck White to become the new deacon of their church.
Steve falls in love with Chuck's daughter Betsy.


Unknown: Deacon Stan
Unknown: Chuck White

: Ideal

7/8. The Pregnancy. Is Nicki with child?
11.25 8/8. The Body. Moz is preoccupied by the dead body he must dump. The series returns next autumn.
Writer Graham Duff ; Director Dan Zeff ; Producer Ted Dowd
First shown on BBC3


Unknown: Graham Duff
Director: Dan Zeff
Producer: Ted Dowd
Moz: Johnny Vegas
Nicki: Nicola Reynolds
PC: Tom Goodman-Hill
Craig/Steve: Seymour MacE
Jason: Tim Fallows
Sangita: Sunetra Sarker
Yasuko: Haruka Kuroda
Troy: Tony Burgess
China: Natalie Gumede
Kuldip: Ronny Jhutti
Colin: Ben Crompton
Psycho Paul: Ryan Pope
Cartoon Head: James Foster
Felix: Des O'Malley

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Including Hard-Fi frontman Rich Archer , shown last Monday


Unknown: Rich Archer

: Boxing

Coverage of the Amateur Boxing
Association finals, which take place this weekend at the Wembley Conference Centre in London.
Senior producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Jim Bentley


Producer: Chris Lewis
Editor: Jim Bentley

: BBC Learning

Zone www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Blast Beyond 47079 2.30 Stopping Distance Drama about gang rape ; then ID Citizenship

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