With Susanna Reid , Bill Turnbull. Incl 7.45 News Watch.
Paul Merrett and Ching He-Huang join Antony Worrall Thompson to cook tempting takeaway classics. Editor Michael Kelpie ; Executive
Producer Barry Lynch TO VOTE: ring [number removed] (max cost lOp) or log on to www.bbc.co.uk/food Cutlery and pan offer: page 36
Will Nick Nairn or Tom Lewis win the Scottish round? Continues weeknights at 6.30pm on BBC2. Shown yesterday
Repeated at 4.50pm on BBC2
New series With just three weeks to go until England begin their campaign against Paraguay, Manish Bhasin , John Motson , Lee Dixon and Mark Lawrenson check on the progress of Owen, Walcott and Rooney. Plus a look ahead to Sunday's Championship play-off final and England's "B" tie with Belarus on Thursday.
Presented by Clare Balding.
1.05 Boxing England v Russia in amateur bouts in east London.
2.30 Rugby League St Helens v Bradford Bulls Live coverage of this Challenge Cup fifth-round clash (kick-off 2.45).
Saints thrashed the Bulls en route to their last Cup success in 2004, and with the likes of "Man of Steel" Jamie Lyon in the squad, will be confident of making the final eight. As for the World Club winners, they made light work of Cup holders Hull in April, but have shown patchy form of late. Commentary by Ray French and Jonathan Davies. Coverage of Widnes v Catalan Dragons is live in Sunday Grandstand from 2pm. TV presentation Chris Lewis (boxing),
Ken Burton (rugby league)
12.55-2.10pm: digital viewers can watch live French Moto GP qualifying via the red button (the event proper is in Sunday Grandstand at 12.30pm on BBC2)
Commentator (Rugby League):
Commentator (Rugby League):
TV presentation (Boxing):
TV presentation (Rugby League):
A sweet old lady showcases her formidable karate skills in the hidden-camera show.
Sitting Targets. Will Michael turn out like his wacky brother?
Writers James Hendrie and Ian Brown
Alexander O'Neal, Chico, Sian Reeves and other showbiz stars had better polish up their best party pieces - the Queen of Mean is an accomplished heckler.
See also BBC2, Mon-Wed 5.15pm.
Producer Lamees Nuseibeh ; Series producer Alexandra McLeod
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
The continuation of last week's story. Terror mounts as the Cybermen seize London. Can a daring raid stop them in their tracks?
Rptd tomorrow BBC3, 7pm [Web address removed] The Mick of Time, plus stickers: p15; Moment of the Week: p67
Contestants vie to win a luxury holiday in the quiz hosted by Eamonn Holmes. Includes the draws.
Director Nigel Saunders ; Series producer Barrie Kelly
Will rapper Daz Sampson and his sassy schoolgirl troupe capture hearts and votes at tonight's cheesy singalong in Athens? Tongue-in-cheek commentary comes from the genial Terry Wogan, who'll be praying for a turnaround in fortunes for the UK, still smarting from Jemini's nul points in 2003. Vote for your favourite - excluding the UK entry - by phoning the numbers below, or texting the country's number in the order to [number removed]. Calls/texts cost 25p. Also on BBC Radio 2.
01. Switzerland If We All Give a Little by Six4One
02. Moldova Locaby Arsenium
03. Israel Together We Are One by Eddie Butler
04. Latvia I Hear Your Heart by Cosmos
05. Norway Alvedansen by Christine Guldbrandsen
06. Spain Bloody Mary by Las Ketchup
07. Malta I Do by Fabrizio Fanielo
08. Germany No No Never by Texas Lightning
09. Denmark Twist of Love by Sidsel Ben Semmane
12. Romania Tornero by Mihai Traistariu
15. United Kingdom Teenage Life by Daz Sampson
16. Greece Everything by Anni Vissi
19. France II Est Temps by Virginie Pouchin
20. Croatia Moja a Tikla by Severina
Director Volker Weicker; Producer Angeliki Poilitou
Gossip, messageboards, games and a scorecard are available at [web address removed], where the final can also be watched live via the handset, digital viewers can sing along to on-screen lyrics, view a running order and find out how to post comments by SMS.
Tat's entertainment?; Eurovision book offer: page 25
Subsequent programmes may run late
With Jane Hill.
Weather with John Hammond.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Tense Second World
War action thriller based on Alistair MacLean 's novel, starring Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood as elite commandos who must rescue an American officer from a Nazi stronghold. Review page 51.
Director Brian G Hutton (1969, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Robbie Williams and Terry Venables. shown yesterday