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Live coverage from "fortress" Twickenham (kickoff 3pm), presented by Steve Rider.
Despite the worrying level of injuries Clive Woodward's men are sustaining -the loss of Lewis Moody, Jason Leonard, Julian White and Neil Back has been a high price to pay for victory in the first two matches - England will still be confident of continuing their record-breaking run of home wins this afternoon. Their opponents beat Wales 30-22 and showed promise against Ireland in Rome, but in their last meeting with England were on the wrong end of a 9-45 rout.
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Fame Academy's Carrie Grant and pop guru Pete Waterman join Aled Jones for a concert in the Symphony Hall, Birmingham, in which six choirs perform in the final of the Songs of Praise Festival of School Choirs.
The Second Husband and the Showgirls. Truly learns that his former wife's new husband is coming to town.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
The second of two programmes held at Renishaw Hall,
Derbyshire, yields a collection of bronzes and a marble table top. With Michael Aspel. The current series concludes next Sunday with a compilation of classic clips chosen by viewers. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 2.20am
Which one of the remaining seven celebrities will be evicted? Executive producer Richard Hopkins ; Series producer Karen Smith
More tomorrow at 7pm on BBC1; further live coverage follows immediately on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/fameacademy
The Poseidon Effect. Matt is asked to use more than his gardening skills to promote his new business.
Written by Leslie Stewart ; Producer Rosemarie Whitman
Director Mike Cocker www.bbc.co.uk/downtoearth
As the behaviour of Pat's alcoholic husband escalates, she faces a shocking dilemma. Contains strong language.
Written by Daniel Brocklehurst ; Producer Juliet Charlesworth
Director Brian Percival www.bbc.co.uk/drama Drama's obsession with youth: page 65
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Ready Steady Trade. Chef Antony Worrall Thompson creates a meal from ingredients that reporter Steve Bradshaw has bought from some of the world's poorest farmers. This film, timed to coincide with Comic Relief, investigates whether the extent to which the West harms the developing world's poor through unfair trading is greater than the aid it provides. Editor Mike Robinson Signed rpt on Wednesday at 1.40am
Highlights from this weekend's sixth-round FA Cup ties. With Ray Stubbs and Mick McCarthy. Producer James Irving www.bbc.co.uk/football
The semi-final draw is tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC2
Second World War drama starring
Michael Caine. A British army captain leads a group of ex-criminals on a quest to destroy a Nazi oil depot. Widescreen. Review page 52. Director Andre De Toth (1969, 15) Hollywood Greats: Michael Caine is on Tuesday at 10.35pm
Barry Norman on Michael Caine : page 52; Rim Trivia: page 54
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Crime drama starring Robert
Urich as LA policeman Bill Clayton , whose life is turned upside down when he goes on holiday with his family and interrupts a robbery in progress. Review page 52.
Director Michael Vickerman (2001)