Presented by Sarah Campbell and Michael Peschardt. Including at 7.45 News Watch.
Lucky Diarmuid Gavin gets a gourmet meal from James Martin while Lesley Waters and Martin ' Blunos prepare summer lunches. Editor James Winter
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3/6 Actor Max Beesley takes a look back at the food of his youth with Nigel Slater.
With the Premiership season only one week away, Manish Bhasin and guests look ahead to the 2006/07 campaign, which kicks off with Sunday's Community Shield game between Chelsea and Liverpool (highlights tomorrow at 5.45pm).
Live coverage of the afternoon's action from Gothenburg, which includes seven finals. Britain's
Phillips Idowu will be looking for success in the triple jump, while 5,000m runner Jo Pavey will also have her sights on a medal Position. With Sue Barker, Hazel Irvine and Paula Radcliffe.
Women's marathon (continued)
1.35 Women's shot final.
2.00 Women's pole vault final. 205 Women's 4x400m semi-finals.
2.30 Men's 4x400m semi-finals.
2.50 Men's triple jump final.
2.55 Men's 110m hurdles semi-finals.
3.15 Women's 3,000m steeplechase final.
3.30 Men's discus final.
335 Women's 4x100m semi-finals.
3.55 Men's 4x100m semi-finals.
4.15 Women's 5,000m final.
4.40 Men's 110m hurdles final. Producer Richard Carr ; Editors Michael Cole and Carl Hicks Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Football League and SPL results with Ray Stubbs.
Hay Fever. The locals enjoy a tribute night at the Horseshoe Inn. Writer John Sullivan
Keith Allen , Mark Moraghan and Diane Keen are some of the names from popular BBC medical dramas, including Holby City and Casualty, hoping to find Anne Robinson 's matronly bedside manner a real tonic. Producer Lamees Nuseibeh: Series producer
Alexandrea McLeod Casualty is tonight at 8.35pm
3/8. The competition for the coveted role of singing nun Maria in the new revival of The Sound of Music moves to the studio tonight as the ten finalists prepare to perform in front of the nation in a bid to avoid being voted out of the contest.
Graham Norton hosts, while a panel of experts including theatre producer David Ian , actor John Barrowman and vocal coach Zoe Tyler offer their views on the girls' performances. All the while, impresario
Andrew Lloyd Webber will be keeping a watchful eye on events. Find out who has made it through to the next stage at 9.25pm.
Series editors Suzy Lamb and Deborah Sargeant
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4/9. Five hopefuls bid to win a big-money prize in the quiz as Dale Winton unleashes the balls once again. Includes the Lotto, Thunderball and Dream Number. Series producer Michael Mannes ; Exec producer David Young The National Lottery - Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 10.40pm
The Truth Game. The imminent return of Sam's father causes strain for Tess. Meanwhile, a party game at Nina's house ends unexpectedly.
Writer Linda Thompson : Producer Jane Steventon
Director Craig Lines (5) www.bbc.co.uk/casualty 0 Viewers can now use their mobile phones to access an episode quiz and wallpaper of their favourite cast by texting CASUALTY to 81010 (cost approx £1.50; see website for full details)
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Ronan Keating performs his new single and gives his views on tonight's performances before Graham Norton reveals which of the ten wannabe musical stars has to leave the show after the viewers' vote.
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Weather with Isobel Lang.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Easy-going action comedy sequel to Shanghai Noon, with Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson.
When his father is murdered by a Chinese rebel, Chon Wang turns to old partner Roy O'Bannon. In pursuit of the killer, they travel to London and uncover a plot to assassinate Queen Victoria and her family. Review page 39.
Director David Dobkin (2002, 12) Film Premieres: page 36; Film Trivia: page 47
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Chon Wang's father: