Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Tim Sebastian analyses more major news stories.
The colourful life and career of the maverick French president who has presided over controversial nuclear tests in the South Pacific and the demise of the franc.
First shown on BBC4
Chef Paul Merrett offers a choice of three spicy supper dishes in today's viewers' vote. And from the archives, a lesson in baking basics with Delia Smith , and Gary Rhodes 's recipe for a classic sponge pudding.
Presented by Greg Wallace. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi: special programme features are available by pressing the red button on your handset, or via the website www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
A history of British savouries, and the science of puff and shortcrust pastry.
The rise in sexually transmitted infections among youngsters in the deaf community, and the controversy surrounding cochlear implants for children. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 4.10am on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
The architecture of Portmeiron and a pub that closed over 30 years ago.
Clare Balding introduces a three-race card from Haydock Park, with the Gold Cup Chase at 2.10, and additional starts at
1.10 and 1.40. With guest John Parrott , and commentary by Jim McGrath. Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
Senior producer Gerry Morrison
Nicolas Cage talks about his new film Adaptation.
Shown last Tuesday on BBCI
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Michael Palin lands on Cape Horn, parties on Chile, visits Santiago, the Juan Fernandez Islands and La Paz, and crosses the Andes by a train that is derailed. Show more
From a canoe in the Peruvian rainforest, Michael Palin visits Machiguenga Indian villages in one of remotest spots on planet. He then he sails down Amazon on a restored riverboat. Show more
The Psychiatrist. Frank is sent to have his head examined.
Written by Raymond Allen
A review of the week's big news stories.
Coverage of the World Indoor championship qualifiers from
Birmingham's Indoor Arena, presented by Roger Black.
At 5.20, Ashia Hansen competes in the women's triple jump final, while Jason Gardener , Dwain Chambers and Mark Lewis-Francis vie for two World championship places in the men's 60m final at 6.10. Plus the men's 400m semi-final at 5.50, and the women's 60m final at 6.00.
Commentary by Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson ,
Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey , with Sally Gunnell trackside.
Executive producer Martin Webster : Editor Michael Cole Coverage continues in Sunday Grandstand tomorrow at 3.45pm
The epic account of the 1914-1918 conflict continues.
The assassination of the Austro-Hungarian heir Archduke Franz Ferdinand in June 1914 led to a breakdown in international diplomacy that ultimately led to war.
Continues at 7.05pm on BBC4.
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The Road to Nashville.
Hard-drinking Hank Williams was a prolific writer of songs reflecting life in the rowdy "honky tonk" bars of the Texan oilfields in the 1950s. The advent of pop saw this rough-and-ready music give way to the sweeter Nashville sound - however, the debt to Williams as the composer of many classics of the genre is clear.
BBC book: The Story of Country Music by Colin Escott, Â£16.99
Isaac Newton is remembered today as the father of modem science. However, this docudrama reveals a different side to the 17th-century scientist - a heretic who dabbled in alchemy and believed that the Bible contained laws of the universe in hidden code. Newton is played by Scott Handy. Director Chris Oxley ; Producer Malcolm Neaum
God's Equation. Dr Wakeman and Mary Crawford conspire to snatch the gifted young Allie for their investigation.
Repeated on Friday at 11.35pm Part eight follows at 10.25pm on BBC3
Continuing Mark Lamarr 's four-part history of US comedy. Rebels with a Cause. As the staid 1950s drew to a close, comedians such as Lenny Bruce , Mort Sahl and Dick Gregory began to touch on taboo subjects including sex, race and religion. These pioneers, however, paid a high price fortheir outspoken views, facing censure, loss of income and legal action. Contains strong language and disturbing images. Director Pauline Law ; Series producer Allan Campbell
Dom Irrera , Jason Byrne and Amir Chanan join regulars Al Murray , Craig Hill and Dr Presley for more near-the-knuckle humour. Plus music from Dirty Vegas and the Cardigans.
Director Dominic MacDonald ; Series producer Gary Chippington
Drama set in San Francisco, based on the bestselling novel by Amy Tan , that charts the trials and tribulations of four Chinese women and their American-born daughters. Review page 47.
Director Wayne Wang (1993, 15)
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