Presented by Jules Botfield and Michael Peschardt.
Carol Thatcher samples James Martin 's culinary fare, while Atul Kochhar and Paul Rankin make delicious summer lunches. Plus regular helpings from Rick Stein , Keith Floyd and Jamie Oliver.
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Recipes by James Martin feature in the October issue of Good Food, on sale on Friday 1 September, £2.90
5/6. Richard E Grant talks candidly about his youth in Swaziland with Nigel Slater. Featuring guests Meera Syal , Kathy Lette and GMTV's Penny Smith.
Manish Bhasin , Lee Dixon , Mark Lawrenson and Les Ferdinand look ahead to a busy weekend in the Premiership. New boys
Watford have a tough assignment against Manchester United and Spurs play Everton, to whom they've never lost a Premiership game at White Hart Lane. The Inside Story: page 52
With Clare Balding, John Inverdale.
three of the world championship in Eton, Berkshire. Single sculler Alan Campbell is among those flying the flag for Great Britain. Commentary by Garry Herbert , Dan Topoiski and Gillian Lindsay.
St Helens v Huddersfield The season's showpiece event, live from Twickenham: the Challenge Cup final (kick-off 2.45).
The match is a repeat of 1953's final, the last time Huddersfield won the prize. They're underdogs against a side who crushed Hull KR in the semis, but this contest has a long tradition of upsets.
Commentary by Ray French and Jonathan Davies.
TV presentation (rugby) Ken Burton
Editor (rugby) Carl Hicks
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Against the unique backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, the 57th Tattoo celebrates the army and features a musical tribute to the Scottish soldier throughout history. The selection of international acts on display includes military bands from New Zealand, Chile and Switzerland, and a Ugandan orphan choir. Director/Producer John Smith
5/8. There are now just eight girls left; only one can be Maria in a forthcoming production of The Sound of Music. Tonight they perform for theatre producer David Ian , actor John Barrowman and vocal coach Zoe Tyler. Andrew Lloyd Webber and viewers can help the girls secure the dream job. Graham Norton hosts. Find out who is heading home at 9.25pm.
Series editors Suzy Lamb and Deborah Sargeant
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6/9. Five hopefuls bid to win big money in the quiz. 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
Get What You Deserve. As a fire rages at a puppy farm, Nina makes a shocking, life-changing decision. One-time Minder star Gary Webster guests.
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Graham Norton reveals which of the nine wannabe musical stars has to leave the show.
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Weather with Susan Powell.
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Today's Premiership highlights saw a daunting tie for Watford as they played host to Manchester Utd, while Liverpool took on West Ham Utd in a repeat of the FA Cup final. In other games, Manchester City faced Arsenal, Tottenham entertained Everton, Chariton hosted Bolton, Fulham clashed with Sheffield Utd and Wigan played newcomers Reading. With Gary Lineker. Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10pm on BBC2. Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Mark Demuth
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Tense action drama starring Wesley Snipes and Ice-T. Drugs lord Nino Brown is battling to save his criminal empire and stay out of jail, but a former client has given the police a new lead in their bid to bring Brown to justice. Review page 43.
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