Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
News Watch is at 7.45.
2/5. A treat for lovers of hot and spicy dishes, with rehashed slots from Ken Horn , Madhur Jaffrey , Rick Stein and Sophie Grigson.
Series producer Michael Kelpie ; Executive Producer Barry Lynch
Party Food. Yummy morsels to be eaten with fingers, including tortilla chips with pea guacamole, sushi and sweetcorn cakes.
Premiership leaders Chelsea apply the heat to relegation-threatened Portsmouth, while West Bromwich Albion and Birmingham have home advantage against struggling
Middlesbrough and Sunderland. Plus a preview of the Carling Cup final, where Wigan face Manchester United, and last week's European cup clashes. With Manish Bhasin , Mark Lawrenson ,
Graeme Le Saux and Lee Sharpe.
The rugbyfest returns after last weekend's break. Presented by John Inverdale and Craig Doyle.
and tumble from Turin as the ice hockey contest builds to a climax.
A preview of this afternoon's clashes.
Italians now coached by former star scrum-half Pierre Berbizier , defeat at the Stade de France
(kick-off 2.00) would be doubly humiliating for Les Bleus. Italy have only ever beaten their illustrious neighbours once in Test matches, in 1997, and never in the Six Nations. But France's shock opening-match defeat by Scotland and inconsistent play against Ireland give Italy a modicum of hope. Andrew Cotter and Phillip Matthews commentate. Scotland v England is at 5.10pm. Executive producer Paul Davies ; Editor
Carl Hicks Highlights are at 11pm on UKTV G2
0 Digital viewers can access statistics, news and alternative commentaries for the rugby, plus breaking football news in Score from 2.00 until 5.10 The Inside Story: page 64
Scotland v England
Age-old rivalries come to the fore at Murrayfield as Scotland take on England in the Calcutta Cup, the oldest fixture in international rugby (kick-off 5.30).
The Scots pulled off an unexpected win over France on the opening weekend of the tournament and will be hoping for a return to their Five Nations glory days - their last win in this fixture came the year before Italy's accession, in 1999. England, meanwhile, have had some difficult times, but appear to be regaining their stride - they'll aim to extend their unbeaten run against Scotland to six games. Eddie Butler and Brian Moore commentate. Live coverage of Ireland v Wales begins tomorrow at 2.45pm. Commentary on Radio 5 Live from 5.30pm; highlights on UKTV G2, 11pm
J Digital viewers can access statistics, news and alternative commentaries via the red button, plus a post-match viewer's forum The Inside Story: page 64
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Susan Powell.
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
Worlds Apart. A OC learns that she is too quick to judge her own son when he is viciously attacked.
Ellen, meanwhile, receives an unexpected proposal.
Writer Ann Marie Di Mambro ; Producer Margaret Boden
Director Steve Finn www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
3/8. The seven remaining pro-celebrity partners take the floor for the next stage of the knockout karaoke competition. Tonight's duets are country and western tearjerkers and rock 'n' roll anthems, and while leather trousers and rhinestone stetsons are entirely optional, a superb singing voice and show-stopping stage presence are essential.
Tess Daly and Vernon Kay host. Continues Sunday, 8pm. Series producer Noleen Golding ; Exec producer Karen Smith
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights from today's Premiership as the relegation battle hots up. How did struggling Birmingham fare against an equally troubled Sunderland? Did Chelsea pile on the misery for Portsmouth? And did Euro hopefuls Blackburn Rovers make trouble for Arsenal? With Gary Lineker , Alan Hansen and Lee Dixon. Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am www.bbc.co.uk/football
Riveting thriller starring
Michael Caine , Angie Dickinson and Nancy Allen.
Frustrated housewife Kate Miller has an encounter that offers her the chance to fulfil her erotic fantasies.
But she wakes from the ensuing liaison to face a series of horrifying surprises. Review page 51.
Director Brian De Palma (1980, 18)
Followed by Weatherview