Simon McCoy and Kate Silverton. NewsWatch is at 7.45.
Antony Worrall Thompson and old mate Brian Turner are joined by James Martin, fresh from his stint competing on Strictly Come Dancing. Plus the chance for viewers to win a top prize and vote for their favourite dish to be made at the end of the show. Exec producer Elaine Bancroft
VOTE: [number removed] (10p); bbc.co.uk/food
COMPETITION: [number removed] (25p)
BBC Good Food magazine: the February issue is available from 12 January Â£2.95
7/13. Chocolate Heaven. Divine chocolate cake, and white chocolate and cranberry cookies.
Hull City v Aston Villa
The first of this weekend's three FA Cup third-round ties on BBC1, from the Kingston Communications stadium (kick-off 12.30).
Championship side Hull will be looking to cause an upset against the seven-times winners of the competition, who have struggled to emulate their past glories of late, both in cup competitions and the Premiership. Presented by Manish Bhasin , with commentary from Jonathan Pearce and Mark Bright. Luton Town v Liverpool is at 5.25pm, with Match of the Day highlights at 10.30pm. Producer Andy Gilbert
Editor Mark Demuth Digital viewers can catch the breaking football news from 2.00 in Score
Presented by Ray Stubbs.
World Darts All eyes are on Lakeside in Surrey as the World championships return to Frimley Green for the 20th successive year. Can current champion
Raymond van Barneveld hang on to the crown he claimed for a fourth time in an exciting final against Martin Adams last year? Producer Richard Carr : Editor
Ron Chakraborty [Web Address Removed] Digital viewers can access ongoing live coverage via the red button.
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Results from this afternoon's FA Cup third-round ties.
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Luton Town v Liverpool
Kenilworth Road is the venue (kick-off 5.30) for two sides who, when they last met in the tournament back in 1987, needed two replays to separate them.
These days, Championship contenders Luton are looking to return to the top flight of English football, while European champions Liverpool are beginning their bid to win a seventh FA Cup, spearheaded by manager Rafael Benitez and captain Steven Gerrard. Presented by Gary Lineker. There are highlights from some of the day's other third-round ties during half time, and further highlights are at 10.30pm.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Will there be a new tenant at the Millionaire Manor, or will the current occupants keep hold of the keys? Hosted by Mark Durden-Smith . Includes the draws. Executive producer Louise Rainbow ; Editor Nic McNeilis
Poisoned Love. Guppy agonises over whether to help his own father kill himself.
Writer Peter Mills ; Producer Margaret Boden
Director Shani Grewal www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
New series 1/6. A third series of dark drama with the Clyde University parapsychology team.
Insiders. Monaghan and his colleagues are forced to confront the sinister consequences of a seance that has gone terribly wrong.
Writer Ed Whitmore ; Producer Stephen Garwood ; Director
Diarmuid Lawrence www.bbc.co.uk/drama The X-Files movie is on ITV1 at 10.55pm The Inside Story: page 54
Bill Paterson answers One Final Question: page
Dr Samir Suppiah:
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Helen Willetts.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Did dreams come true for the would-be giant killers? Mark Pougatch introduces action from today's FA Cup ties, in which Premiership and Championship sides entered the fray alongside football's minnows. Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur is tomorrow at 6.20pm. Producer Paul Foster ; Editor Andrew Clement
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
Digital viewers can see highlights from the day's best third-round matches and a goals round-up until 4pm tomorrow afternoon
Black comedy. Tim, like fellow student Chris, is worried about getting into college. Discovering they will receive preferential treatment if a room-mate commits suicide, the pair set their sights on Rand. Review page 44.
Director Dan Rosen (1997,15)
Followed by Weatherview