With Mishal Husain , Bill Turnbull. Newswatch is at 7.45.
4/5. More dishes to die for, today from Jean-Christophe Novelli , Gary Rhodes ,
Paul Rankin , Rick Stein , John Torode and Thomasina Miers.
Series producer Michael Kelpie BBC Good Food maqazine: out now, E2.95
1/3. Sydney-based restaurateur Bill Granger unveils his uncomplicated approach to cooking.
A preview of the weekend fixtures, including a London derby between Premiership giants Chelsea and Tottenham at Stamford Bridge and, at the other end of the table, a local derby between Birmingham and West Bromwich Albion. With Manish Bhasin.
Presented by John Inverdale in Dublin and Craig Doyle in Cardiff.
1.05 Rugby Build-up A preview of this afternoon's clashes.
1.20 Wales v Italy Live coverage from the Millennium Stadium
(kick-off 1.30). When Wales beat Italy in Rome last season, it was their first away win in the Six
Nations for almost four years, a run of form that saw them go on to claim the Grand Slam. But they have looked a shadow of that team ever since. Commentary by Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies.
3.20 Ireland v Scotland Scotland travel to Lansdowne Road (kick-off 3.30), buoyed by their 18-12 shock victory over England. But it is eight years since they beat Ireland on their home turf and Eddie O'Sullivan 's men will hope to build on their convincing 31-5 defeat of Wales. Commentary by Andrew Cotter , Phillip Matthews. France v England: tomorrow 2.25pm. Directors Gareth Mainwairing (Wales) and Alan Griffiths (Ireland) Commentary on both games on Radio 5 Live from 1.30 and Ireland v Scotland on Radio 4 () from 3.30; highlights of both matches are at 7.30 on UKTV G2
Digital viewers can access statistics, news and alternative commentaries, plus football news in Score 2.30-6.00
4/6. A vanishing dog, a trapped skirt, an overenthusiastic make-up artist and the abduction of a senior citizen all feature in the hidden-camera show.
Directors Alain Jacques, Jean Kohnen, Keith Law and Jett Loe
Producer Philip Morrow
1/2. Take 100 volunteers, test their cognitive powers, push them through an intensive, week-long brain-boosting regime and see if they show any signs of being smarter. That's the aim of the game as Michael Aspel and Sian Williams host a two-part interactive experiment, beginning with an assessment of memory and spatial awareness. Viewers can also tackle a series of ingenious puzzles and brain teasers and take an online test a week later to see the impact on their own grey matter. The experiment concludes at 9pm.
Director Sue McMahon ; Producer lestyn Williams Michael Aspel reappears in Antiques Roadshow tomorrow at 6.45pm Ask the experts: page 28; The Inside Story: page 64
New series Eamonn Holmes hosts a new guiz in which contestants compete to win a trip to some of the world's most luxurious destinations. Includes the regular Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws. Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Barrie Kelly Eamonn Holmes is back to host Songs of Praise tomorrow at 5.40pm
Heroes and Villains. Sam throws himself into his first day as a health care assistant, but is soon doubting his ability. Kelsey is confronted by a face from her past.
Writer Steve Lightfoot ; Producer Jane Hudson
Director Joss Agnew www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
2/2. The brain-polishing experiment concludes with tests on creativity, words and numbers.
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights from a potentially crucial day's football in the Premiership, including Chelsea v Tottenham,
Birmingham City v West Bromwich Albion and Bolton Wanderers v West Ham United. With Gary Lineker. Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Mark Demuth
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am www.bbc.co.uk/football Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2; West Ham and Bolton clash again in Match of the Day Live, Wednesday BBC1 at 7.55pm
Seminal 1980s teenage drama starring Emilio Estevez and Molly Ringwald as members of a group of five strangers who are thrown together one Saturday in high-school detention. Before the day is over, they will break the rules, bare their souls and find friendship in the unlikeliest of places. Review page 47.
Director John Hughes (1985, 15) DVD offer and Movie Moment: page 60
Followed by Weatherview
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