Presented by Michael Peschardt. Incl NewsWatch at 7.45.
Claire Sweeney gets grub from
James Martin , James Tanner and Angela Hartnett prepare summer lunches, and viewers can book a place on the chefs' table.
Editor James Winter CONTACT DETAILS: vote for a dish on [number removed] (15p); enter the competition on [number removed] (25p): call the show on [number removed] (lOp)
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2/6. Actress Vanessa Redgrave goes on a trip down memory lane with Nigel Slater and discusses the food of her youth.
A preview of the new Football League season, which starts today. Sunderland, West
Brom and Birmingham have been rebuilding following their relegation from the Premiership, but the Championship looks set to be more competitive than ever this season. It's also a big day for Accrington Stanley, who play their first league match in 44 years.
Presented by Clare Balding and Hazel Irvine.
1.05 Canoeing Action from
Prague's Slalom Racing world championships. Further coverage in Sunday Grandstand from 1.30pm.
1.25 Glorious Goodwood
Coverage from the final day of the meeting, with highlights including the Vodafone Stakes at
1.30, the Thoroughbred Stakes at 2.00, the Nassau Stakes at
2.30 and the Stewards Cup Heritage Handicap at 3.05.
3.15 Golf The world's leading women golfers compete for the fourth and final major of the year - the Women's British Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes.
Coverage continues on BBC2. Producer Liz Thorburn
Editor Ron Chakraborty
Ray Stubbs hosts a new season of results, match reports and interviews.
The Country Wife. Marlene threatens to do some cooking.
Writer John Sullivan
Piers Morgan, Matthew Wright , Gail Porter and Myleene Klass take part in a battle of the TV presenters. Anne Robinson puts them in their place. Producer Lamees Nuseibeh
Series producer Alexandrea McLeod
2/8. The final 51 girls vying for the coveted role of singing nun Maria in the new revival of The Sound of Music are tonight pushed to their limits as their number is whittled down to ten. Andrew Lloyd
Webber gets the West End wannabes to perform in his personal theatre in the grounds of his million-pound mansion, in front of a celebrity audience. Ebullient host Graham Norton is on hand to chart the biggest risk of the theatre impresario's career so far. Find out who has made it through to the next stage at 9.25pm.
Series editors Suzy Lamb and Deborah Sargeant The RT Interview with Andrew Lloyd Webber : page 16 Win tickets for The Sound of Music: page 18
3/9. Five hopefuls bid to win a big-money prize. Hosted by Dale Winton. Includes the Lotto, Thunderball and Dream Number.
Series producer Michael Marines ; Exec producer David Young The National Lottery - Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 10.35pm
Happy Hour. Sam is hounded by Nathan until the staff rebel and Comfort is attacked when the opening of a new bar causes drunken mayhem.
Writer David Joss Buckley ; Producer Maggie Boden
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Cilia Black, Michael Winner and Sir David Frost give their opinion on the girls aiming to be the next Julie Andrews , before we find out who has made it through to the final ten.
Presented by Darren Jordon.
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Then National Lottery Update
Quirky adventure thriller starring Bill Pullman, Bridget Fonda and Oliver Platt.
After a diver is killed while trawling Black Lake, northern Maine, an unusual tooth is pulled from the body. New York palaeontologist Kelly Scott identifies the tooth as coming from a giant crocodile, and joins Sheriff Hank Keough, game warden Jack Wells and mythology expert Hector Cyr in a quest to catch the creature. Review page 51.
Explosive action thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mark Kaminski , a small-town sheriff who was forced out of the FBI for using excessive violence. Now the bureau wants him back to help apprehend ruthless Chicago gangster Luigi Patrovita. Review page 51. Director John Irvin (1986, 18)