With Simon McCoy , Mishal Husain. Including 745 Newswatch.
Full On Food's Merrilees Parker and Michelin-starred chef Martin Blunos join Antony in the kitchen, while Rick Stein and Keith Floyd continue their gastronomic travelogues. Executive producer Barry Lynch
Series producer Michael Ketpie VOTE: [number removed] (10p); bbc.co.uk/food COMPETITION: [number removed] (cost 25p) Multi-purpose pan and non-stick wok offer: page 28
11/13. Time for Tea. Sweet and savoury afternoon treats, from cheese and onion tartlets to coffee cake.
Cheltenham Town v Newcastle United It's the biggest day in the history of League Two Cheltenham Town as they take on six-time winners the Magpies in this FA Cup fourth-round tie (kick-off 12.30).
Tiny Whaddon Road has never before played host to top-flight opposition in the Cup, and John Ward 's side will relish the chance to share a pitch with Alan Shearer and co. Despite a proud FA Cup tradition, Newcastle haven't won the trophy since 1955 and Shearer would love to lift it in his final season.
Ray Stubbs hosts, with Guy Mowbray commentating. Bolton Wanderers v Arsenal is at 5.30pm. Producer Andy Gilbert
Editor Steve Boulton
Presented by Hazel Irvine.
Athletics Continued live coverage from BBC2 of this international meeting in Glasgow. Sweden's Olympic heptathlon champion Carolina Kluft competes in the long jump against Britain's
Olympic bronze medal heptathlete Kelly Sotherton , while world indoor 60m champion Jason Gardener leads the British men's challenge. Includes football half-times.
Producer Martin Webster ; Editor Michael Cole www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the World Indoor bowls semi-finals from nam (12.15pm on Freeview) to 4.30pm, plus breaking football news in Score from 2pm
Bolton Wanderers v Arsenal
Arsenal travel to the Reebok Stadium for what is likely to be a hard-fought FA Cup fourth-round fixture (kick-off 5.40). A single goal was enough to give the Gunners a win here in last season's sixth-round tie, but the current holders know they won't be in for an easy ride after losing 2-0 to the Trotters in the Premiership earlier this year.
Highlights of all today's FA Cup ties are at 10.30pm.
Presented by Gary Lineker , with Jonathan Pearce and Graham Le Saux in the commentary box.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement Portsmouth face Liverpool in another all-Premiership FA Cup fourth-round tie in Match of the Day Live tomorrow at 5.50pm
Contestants vie to win a luxury lifestyle in Mark Durden-Smith's quiz, which includes the regular draws.
It's a Man Thing. Harry's relationship with Ellen is threatened as he realises he's under scrutiny. Writers Jim Davies and Robert Scott-Fraser; Producer Jane Steventon
Director John Dower www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
WPC Carys Williams:
4/6. The Newsroom. Asked to debunk a hoax haunting at a trendy hotel, Justine and Craig are soon faced with evidence of real paranormal activity, inextricably linked to the hoteliers.Guest-starring Ronald Pickup.
Writer Dusty Hughes; Producer Stephen Garwood
Director Diarmuid Lawrence www.bbc.co.uk/dramaUKTV Drama is screening the first series as three feature-length episodes on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 9pm
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Isobel Lang.
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Today's feast of FA Cup fourth-round football included the all-Premiership clash between Bolton Wanderers and holders Arsenal, and Cheltenham Town's giant-killing attempt against Graeme Souness 's mighty
Newcastle United. Mark Pougatch has the highlights. Producer Paul Foster ; Editor Mark Demuth Repeated tomorrow
Digital viewers can see a round-up of the FA Cup fourth-round goals between now and 3pm tomorrow afternoon
Twisty crime thriller starring Alessandro Nivola and Reese Witherspoon. When Nick arrives at a friend's house after a night of carousing, he finds a young girl tied up and screaming rape. It's the start of an evening that will change his life forever. Review page 47.
Director Michael Barker (1999, 15)
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