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Belfast-born chef Paul Rankin and Full On Food presenter Merrilees Parker join Antony in the kitchen, while Matt Skinner recommends some alcoholic accompaniments. Last in the series, which is scheduled to return in October. Director Simon Brooke ; Series producer Michael Kelpie TO VOTE FOR DISHES: call [number removed](maximum cost 10p) or log on to the websitewww.bbc.co.uk/saturdaykitchen Test your food knowledge: page 26

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Rankin
Presenter:
Merrilees Parker
Unknown:
Matt Skinner
Director:
Simon Brooke
Producer:
Michael Kelpie

Ricky Gervais on promoting British animated comedy Valiant. Plus Wes Craven 's latest thriller Red Eye, and an interview with actor and director Campbell Scott.
With Tom Brook.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ricky Gervais
Unknown:
Wes Craven
Director:
Campbell Scott.
Unknown:
Tom Brook.

Second World War drama. A major takes his youthful charges through the rigorous training needed for a special assignment, where they will confront the brutal realities of war. Review page 43.
Director Raoul Walsh (1955, PG)
More war drama in Dunkirk at 9.40pm and To End All Wars at 10.40pm

Contributors

Director:
Raoul Walsh
Major:
Huxley van Heflin
Andy:
Aldo Ray
Kathy:
Mona Freeman
Pat:
Nancy Olson
Sergeant Mac:
James Whitmore
General Snipes:
Raymond Massey
Danny:
Tab Hunter

From the Nottingham City Council House to the saleroom, in search of a profit. With Paul Martin. Producer Peter Smith : Executive producer Tom Ware

Contributors

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

One of the world's first international superstars, singer/songwriter Nat King Cole brought joy to millions around the world. Shedding an intimate new light on the man behind the unique voice, rare and previously unseen archive footage - including home movies, interviews and performances - also convey his importance to the civil rights movement. Paying tribute along with the Cole family are a host of admirers from the world of entertainment, including Stevie Wonder, Andre 3000, Whoopi Goldberg, Carlos Santana, Harry Connick Jr, Tony Bennett, BB King, Jools Holland, Quincy Jones and Baz Luhrmann. Director Ian A Hunt; Producers Ian A Hunt and Kari Lia

Contributors

Unknown:
Stevie Wonder
Unknown:
Whoopi Goldberg
Unknown:
Carlos Santana
Unknown:
Tony Bennett
Unknown:
Jools Holland
Unknown:
Quincy Jones
Unknown:
Baz Luhrmann.
Unknown:
Kari Lia

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, Kurt Masur conducts the London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, as well as a cast of international soloists, in the annual Proms rendition of Beethoven's life-affirming Choral symphony. Prior to the main performance, there's the UK premiere of The Light of the End, a piece by the highly individual Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina.

During the interval presenter Verity Sharp meets Kurt Masur and talks to guests John Deathridge, who holds the King Edward VII chair in music at King's College, London, and Tom Service, presenter of BBC Radio 3's Music Matters.
(Also broadcast live on Radio 3)

(Interactive: digital viewers can access notes on the music)

Contributors

Presenter:
Verity Sharp
Singers:
London Philharmonic Choir
Musicians:
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor/Guest (Interval):
Kurt Masur
Guest (Interval):
John Deathridge
Guest (Interval):
Tom Service
Director:
David Stevens
Series Editor:
Oliver Macfarlane

1/3. Dramatised documentary series charting perhaps the greatest evacuation in naval history.
May 1940: overwhelmed by blitzkrieg, the Allies in France head for the coast where the Navy has improvised a rescue. Timothy Dalton narrates.

Contributors

Narrator:
Timothy Dalton
Writer:
Neil McKay
Writer:
Lisa Osborne
Writer/Director:
Alex Holmes
Producer:
Rob Warr
Churchill:
Simon Russell Beale
Private Alf Tombs:
Clive Brunt
Harry Noakes:
Phil Cornwell
Lt Langley:
Benedict Cumberbatch
Guardsman Thorogood:
Ricci Harnett
Maj McCorquodale:
Nicholas Jones
Signalman Saunders:
Michael Legge
Lt David Mellis:
James Loye
Maj Gen Alexander:
Kevin R McNally
FrankieOsborne:
Roland Manookian
Lukie Osborne:
Alex Noodle
Cpt Bill Tennant:
Adrian Rawlins
Maj Philip Newman:
Rick Warden

Earnest Second World War drama based on a true story, starring Robert Carlyle , Kiefer Sutherland and The Long Firm's Mark Strong. Four Allied PoWs endure harsh treatment from their Japanese captors as they are forced to build a railroad through the Burmese jungle. Review page 43. Director David L Cunningham (2001,15)
After the War - Hirohito is on Tuesday at 9pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Carlyle
Unknown:
Kiefer Sutherland
Unknown:
Mark Strong.
Maj Ian Campbell:
Robert Carlyle
LtJimReardon:
Kiefer Sutherland
Capt Gordon:
Ciaran McMenamin
Dusty Miller:
Mark Strong
Lt Col Stuart McLean:
James Cosmo
Capt:
Noguchi Masayukiyui
Ito:
Sakae Kimura
Lt Col Nagatomo:
Shu Nakajima

Robert Rodriguez 's teen drama
I remake of the 1950s movie, starring David Arquette and Salma Hayek. Dude is a tough teenager who, when he isn't being chased by the police, spends passionate evenings with his girlfriend. But trouble looms when the police intensify their efforts to nail the youngster. Review page 43. (1994,15)

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Rodriguez
Unknown:
David Arquette
Unknown:
Salma Hayek.

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2.00 The Rainbow 97421 2.30 The World Network 83228 3.00 Rapid Climate Change 23711 3.30 Open Advice A Different Way of Learning 35268 4.00 Relative Risk The Human Genome Project 32315 5.00 Rough Science Can the team lower the temperature on the island? 97808 5.30 Background Brief Time Travel for Beginners 7787860 5.45 Snapshots Unlocking Autism

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