Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
Newswatch is at 7.45.
3/5. A menu of hearty dishes to savour again, dished up today by James Martin , Paul Rankin , Gary Rhodes , Sophie Grigson , Silvena Rowe and Curtis Stone.
Series producer Michael Kelpie
A Pilot edition for a show in which celebrities take a culinary stroll down memory lane as chef/food writer Nigel Slater chats and cooks with them. Julia Sawalha recalls her earliest childhood memories of food to the icing on the cake of Absolutely Fabulous.
A look ahead to the weekend's fixtures, including an improving Newcastle's clash with Bolton and a London derby as Arsenal visit Fulham. Plus a preview of the week's Champions League games. With Manish Bhasin.
Presented by John Inverdale.
1.10 Badminton Highlights of Thursday's tie at Preston's Guild Hall, in which England took on rivals Denmark in their final match before the Commonwealth Games.
2.10 Ruqby Union
Leicester Tigers v London Wasps This afternoon's first Powergen Cup semi-final from Cardiff's
Millennium Stadium is a mouth-watering showdown between two rugby giants (kick-off 2.30).
The two teams have dominated
English league rugby for the past seven years. Both are former
European champions and boast a host of international players, including England captains past and present Lawrence Dallaglio and Martin Corry. Commentary from Nick Mullins , Brian Moore and Andy Nicol. Bath v Llanelli
Scarlets is 5pm on BBC2. VIDEO Plus+ code for 2.10-4.30pm
(non-PDC) Radio 5 Live has commentary from 225-
4.15; highlights tomorrow BBC2 at 1.30pm
Digital viewers can access football news in Score from 2.00 until 6.00
Results round-up with Ray Stubbs. Producer Phil Sibson : Editor Mark Cole
3/6. A man traps his fingers and a pregnant lady delivers more than expected in the hidden-camera show.
Following last year's epic Jordan v Javine battle, who will represent the UK in May's Eurovision Song Contest in Greece? Terry Wogan and Natasha Kaplinsky host, with Jonathan Ross, Bruno Tonioli, Fearne Cotton and Kelly Osbourne helping viewers decide. Vote via the website ([web address removed]) or by calling one of the numbers below (calls cost 15p with 7p going to Children in Need; standard text rates). Results 8pm.
Play Your Game performed by Goran Kay [number removed] or text Song 1 to [number removed]
Whisper to Me performed by Kym Marsh [number removed] or text Song 2 to [number removed]
Teenage Life performed by Daz Sampson [number removed]or text Song 3 to [number removed]
All About You performed by City Chix [number removed ]or text Song 4 to [number removed]
Hand on My Heart performed by Four Story [number removed] or text Song 5 to [number removed]
Beautiful Thing performed by Antony Costa [number removed] or text Song 6 to [number removed]
BBCi: at the end of the show digital viewers can see exclusive interviews with the performers and more using their handset
The Inside Story: page 58
Contestants vie to win a luxury lifestyle one last time in Mark Durden-Smith 's quiz. Includes regular draws. Executive producer Louise Rainbow ; Editor Nic McNeilis
Will it be Greece lightning or a Greek tragedy for the six singing hopefuls? The UK representative for the annual feast of camp in Athens is unveiled.
Nobody's Perfect. Selena's police surgeon shift takes a disastrous turn, and Charlie gets more than he bargained for when he distributes leaflets.
Writer Greqory Evans ; Producer Alex Perrin
Director Gill Wilkinson www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
7/8. It's a "note" to remember as the three singing celebrity duos fight it out for your votes and a place in tomorrow night's grand final. Each duo, made up of a professional singer and a celebrity, will perform two songs - but only two pairs will survive the night. Tess Daly and Vernon Kay host. Concludes Sunday 8pm. Series producer Noleen Golding ; Exec producer Karen Smith
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Premiership highlights including West Bromwich v Chelsea and Newcastle v Bolton. With Gary Lineker. Producer Paul Foster ; Editor Andrew Clement
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am www.bbc.co.uk/football Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
Fantasy adventure starring Brigitte Nielsen and Arnold Schwarzenegger. When her family is killed by evil Queen Gedren, Red Sonja masters sword-fighting and seeks revenge. Review page 45. (1985, 15)
Followed by Weatherview