Presented by Jules Botfield and Charlie Stayt. Including at 7.45 NewsWatch.
Duncan James gets a gourmet meal from James Martin , while Angela Hartnett and Kevin Dundon prepare summer lunch, 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] <10p)
4/6. Tracy-Ann Oberman of EastEnders and Sorted takes a culinary walk down memory lane with Nigel Slater. <s)
Having added Andriy Shevchenko and Michael Ballack to their squad, Premiership champions Chelsea again look like being the team to beat as the new season kicks off today. Manish Bhasin , Lee Dixon and Mark Lawrenson preview the Blues' encounter with Manchester City tomorrow, plus a look ahead to Manchester United v Fulham and analysis of last week's friendly international games.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine.
1.05 Triathlon Coverage from the tenth London triathlon, the largest in the world, in which competitors hope to raise 21 million for charity. With
Craig Doyle , and Matt Chilton , Graham Bell and Steve Trew commentating.
2.15 Football The latest news.
2.25 Athletics Live from
Birmingham's Alexander Stadium, Britain's top contenders return from the European championships to take on sporting superpowers the USA, Russia and China. More at 2.45pm tomorrow on BBC2.
Producer (triathlon) Tim Gaunt Exec producer (athletics) Helen Kuttner
From 12.50pm to 2.10 digital viewers can access live coverage of the Czech
MotoGP qualifying session, and from
2.30 to 6.00 there's the return of Score, with the latest football news and analysis
Ray Stubbs with today's results, reports and interviews.
Pillow Talk. Jed has an unusual remedy for Marlene's insomnia. Writer John Sullivan
Celebrity double acts Lisa Scott Lee and Johnny Shentall , Lesley Garrett and Anton du Beke , Will Mellor and Ralf Little , and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? villains Major Charles and Diana Ingrams , face the stony-faced Anne Robinson. Weekday repeats are at 5.15pm on BBC2.
Producer Lamees Nuseibeh ; Series producer
Alexandra McLeod Casualty is tonight at 8.35pm
4/8. Nine girls are left competing for the coveted role of singing nun Maria in the new revival of The Sound of Music. 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 tonight's performances. Andrew Lloyd Webber oversees proceedings. Find out who is heading home at 9.25pm.
Series editors Suzy Lamb and Deborah Sargeant
Digital viewers can access special features by pressing the red button on their handset
5/9. 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 10.35pm
Last Orders. A fisherman pits himself against the staff to fulfil his best friend's dying wish. Tess drowns her sorrows when she receives devastating news.
Writer Jason Sutton ; Producer Loretta Preece
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Graham Norton reveals which of the nine wannabe musical stars has to leave the show.
Presented by Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Darren Bett.
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On the first day of the new Premiership season, Gary Lineker presents highlights of today's eight games. Newcomers Sheffield United kick off against Liverpool and Watford, also promoted, travel to Everton while Reading's first ever top-flight game is at home to Middlesbrough. Arsenal face Aston Villa, Newcastle take on Wigan, Tottenham are away to Bolton, West Ham clash with Charlton, and Blackburn entertain Portsmouth. Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10pm on BBC2; further highlights Wednesday BBC1, 10.40pm.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am
Gloomy sequel to Brian De Palma 's classic shocker, starring Emily Bergl. Life at Bates High School is unremarkable for moody loner Rachel Lang , until the death of her best friend precipitates the awakening of her fearsome telekinetic powers. Review page 41. Director Katt Shea (1999, 18)
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