With Susanna Reid , Bill Turnbull. Incl 7.45 NewsWatch.
It's hot and spicy when French chef Jean-Christophe Novelli and soul food restaurateur Momma Cherri join Antony Worrall Thompson. Editor Michael Kelpie ; Executive producer Barry Lynch TO VOTE: ring [number removed] (max cost lOp) or log on to www.bbc.co.uk/food
Angela Hartnett and Bryn Williams battle it out in the conclusion of the Welsh round. Continues weeknights at 6.30pm on BBC2. Shown yesterday; Rptd 5.10pm BBC2
Something Foul in Flappieville Who is being manipulated in a Puppet show company?
First shown on ITV
Liverpool v West Ham United
All the magic of the Cup is about to envelop the two Premiership sides who line up this afternoon for the 125th annual showpiece occasion at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium (kick-off 3.00).
The Merseysiders, favourites for a seventh Cup win, have a slight psychological advantage, having recently beaten their opponents in the league when Luis Garcia and Hayden Mullins were sent off. Three-time winners West Ham are through to their first final since 1980, but they know how to win in Cardiff - 12 months ago they clinched promotion in the Championship play-off final.
There's plenty of time to take in the atmosphere with traditional match-day items including The Road to Cardiff, interviews and a first glimpse of the teams as their coaches leave the hotels.
Gary Lineker hosts, with commentary from John Motson and Mark Lawrenson. Highlights at 11.30pm. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor
Paul Armstrong Radio 5 Live coverage starts at 12 noon
Digital viewers can press red for alternative audios (including Radio 5
Live. BBC Radio London and BBC Radio Merseyside commentaries), live highlights and Road to Cardiff goals The Inside Story: page 66
6/10. On the menu tonight are an American smooth and the flamenco, followed by a bitter pill as the remaining six couples are knocked down to five.
Graham Norton hosts. Coverage also continues on BBC3 at 7pm; find out the result at 9.10pm on BBC1.
5/13. The Tardis is trapped on a parallel Earth and an old enemy is about to be reborn.
Doctor Who Confidential follows on BBC3 at 7.45pm; Machine Men traces the robot's history in sci-fi on BBC4 at 8.15pm; Blue Peter meets the Cybermen on Monday BBC1 at 5pm; and Totally Doctor Who has the gossip on Thursday at 5pm.
Rptd tomorrow BBC3, 7.15pm
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Return of the Cybermen: page 10; Aliens and Enemies book offer: page 14; Collecting your Doctor Who stickers: page 26; Moment of the Week: page 65
Sci-Fi: Doctor Who 7.00pm BBC1
The Tardis crash-lands on Earth in what at first seems to be the present. But the skies are filled with airships, and the docile citizens suffer regular downloads of information into their brains. This parallel world is ruled by crazed megalomaniac John Lumic (played with relish by Roger Lloyd Pack), a sinister Dr Strangelove-type figure whose henchmen load London's homeless people into vans to deliver them to an unimaginable fate.
Gripping though all this is, the real interest of tonight's episode is the return of the Doctor's old foes, the Cybermen. There's a big build-up to their first appearance, and you can hear their terrifying footsteps long before they stomp into view in all their tinny majesty.
Time has moved on, of course, and they look very different from how they did in the old days. If anything, they're more scary, and there's genuine dread as they clump, clump, clump towards the Doctor and Rose (David Tennant and Billie Piper), ready to take over the world.
The story concludes next week, while Doctor Who Confidential (7.45pm BBC3) reveals more on-set secrets. (Alison Graham TV editor)
Return of the Cybermen: page 10; Collecting your Doctor Who stickers: page 26; Moment of the Week: page 65
Eamonn Holmes hosts the quiz in which contestants vie to win a trip to luxurious destinations. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Barrie Kelly
Secrets and Lies. Ellen's secret shocks her friends, and a faith-healing ceremony goes drastically wrong.
Writer Sian Evans ; Producer Jane Steventon
Director Steve M Kelly www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
Which dancers have made it through?
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Darren Bett.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Visceral action thriller from the director of The French
Connection, starring Tommy Lee Jones and Benicio Del Toro. Tormented by flashbacks, unarmed-combat specialist Aaron Hallam hides away in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Following a series of murders the FBI calls on Hallam's former combat instructor to help find its chief suspect. Review page 53.
Director William Friedkin (2002, 15)
Highlights of today's showpiece which saw Liverpool take on underdogs West Ham. Gary Lineker presents. Repeated tomorrow at 8.10am www.bbc.co.uk/football
Sci-fi spoof starring
Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones. A reporter helps three aliens escape their captors. Review page 53.
Director Mike Hodges (1985, PG) Followed by Weatherview
Thurman and Sir Ian McKellen. shown yesterday