With Mishal Husain and Bill Tumbull. Includes 7.45 Newswatch. (S
Ken Horn and Ainsley Harriott join Antony for the last in the series which returns 1 April. A short run of compilations begins next week. Executive producer Barry Lynch series producer Michael Kelpie
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12/13. Formal Dinner Party. Smoked salmon pate, roast fillet of beef and chocolate roulade.
Manish Bhasin previews the weekend and midweek fixtures, including Chelsea's clash with Liverpool tomorrow.
John Inverdale and Craig Doyle unveil this year's tournament.
1.05 Rugby Build-up
A look ahead to this afternoon's fixtures.
1.20 Ireland v Italy
Live coverage from Dublin of the Six Nations curtain raiser (kick-off 1.30). The Irish will look to skipper Brian O'Driscoll and centre Gordon D'Arcy for inspiration after a disappointing 2005 tournament, while Italy hope new coach Pierre Berbizier can engineer their first Six Nations win since March 2004. Commentary Andrew Cotter , Phillip Matthews.
3.20 England v Wales
Live from Twickenham (kick-off 3.30) of England's opening encounter of the tournament, a mouth-watering clash with holders Wales. Victory in their first game against England last season started Wales on a run that ended in Grand Slam glory. But the men in red have not won at the world champions' fortress since 1988 and face a side itching to reassert their superiority. Commentary by Eddie Butler and Brian Moore. Scotland v
France is tomorrow at 2.40pm. Producer Paul Davies ; Editor Carl Hicks www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Highlights on UKTV G2 at 7.30pm
Digital viewers can access news, stats and alternative commentaries until 5.50 and a viewers' forum after the games. Score has breaking football news from 2.00 Chasing perfection: page 20
New series 1/6. The return of the hidden-camera show sees a clumsy workman nail his foot to the floor, a portable toilet suspended 100 feet above the ground and a pretty girl taking an impromptu shower in public. Directors Alain Jacques , Jean Kohnen , Keith Law and Jett Loe
Producer Philip Morrow
3/4. Chicago, Sunset Boulevard and The Lion King are among shows providing material tonight, as Les Dennis introduces performances from Jon Lee , David and Carrie Grant , Mica Paris, Ruthie Henshall and interviewer John Barrowman. There's also a guest appearance from young soprano Joseph McManners. Director John L Spencer ; Producer Andrew Wightman Omnibus on Leonard Bernstein 's West Side Story is at 7.40pm on BBC4
Digital viewers can join in with the singalong by accessing the on-screen lyrics available via the red button
Les Dennis's big break: page 34
Contestants vie to win a luxury lifestyle in Mark Durden-Smith 's quiz, which includes the regular draws. Executive producer Louise Rainbow ; Editor Nic McNeilis
Trust in Me. Harry receives shocking news from Ellen. Maggie has a harrowing experience treating a young girl. Kelsey's beauty treatment goes drastically wrong.
Writer Stephen McAteer ; Producer Margaret Boden
Director Deborah Paige www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
PC Gary Williams:
5/6. Succubus. A young man is found dead after being warned that his fiancee will kill him. When Craig becomes ill after falling under the spell of a beautiful stranger, it's up to Justine to find the link between the two cases and an ancient Hebrew myth.
Writer Sergio Casci ; Producer Stephen Garwood
Director Patrick Harkins www.bbc.co.uk/drama
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Peter Gibbs.
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With Chelsea and Liverpool meeting tomorrow, today's focus was the bottom of the Premiership. Sunderland and Portsmouth faced West Ham and Newcastle respectively, Birmingham hosted Arsenal, and ex-Red Devils Bryan Robson and Mark Hughes locked horns as West Brom played Blackburn. With Gary Lineker. Producer Emma Josling ; Editor Steve Boulton Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am www.bbc.co.uk/football Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow 10.30pm on BBC2
Quick-fire comedy spoof starring Emilio Estevez and Samuel L Jackson.
While trigger-happy, crazy cop Jack Colt mourns the loss of his partner, a case involving cocaine-laced cookies is taxing the talents of by-the-book detective Wes Luger. When the two men meet, sparks are bound to fly.
Review page 44. (1993, PG)
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