Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
News Watch at 7.45.
Chefs John Torode and Daniel Galmiche join James Martin to rustle up tasty treats, while cricketer and Strictly Come Dancing champ Darren Gough faces his food heaven or hell.
Editor James Winter
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3/13. Picnic Food. Hearty alfresco food, including ham and egg pie and jam tarts. BBC MAGAZINE: family recipes from
Rachel Allen 's series can be found in the December issue of Good food, on sale from 1 November price E2.95
Previewing Bolton Wanderers v Wigan Athletic and Liverpool v Reading. Plus reports from Old Trafford ahead of Manchester
United v Portsmouth.
With John inverdale and Jill Douglas.
1.05 Bowls Semi-final coverage of the International Open bowls tournament from Ponds Forge in Sheffield, where the top 16 players in the world are pitted against a host of qualifiers from around the globe.
2.10 Rugby Union Wales v Australia Live action from Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, as Wales open their autumn international campaign against Australia (kick-off 2.30). While the Wallabies are no longer world champions, they still pose a potent threat to a Wales side looking to regain the form that so famously swept them to Six Nations Grand Slam success in 2005. Wales were the winners when the two sides met a year ago, sparking joy with their first Test match victory over Australia since 1987. Live coverage of England v the All Blacks tomorrow at 3pm.
Editor Carl Hicks
Digital viewers can watch the second bowls semi-final live from 2.10. Plus the latest football news in Score 2.30-4.30 Rugby and bowls coverage also available online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
5/12. The remaining hot-steppers choose either the salsa or the American smooth, while Jamiroquai lend sure-footed support by performing live. Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly lead the dance. Tonight's results are at 9.25pm; Strictly Come Dancing - it Takes Two is weekdays 6.30pm on BBC2. Director Nikki Parsons ; Producer Sam Donnelly
An edited repeat is tomorrow at 7pm on BBC2 (HD)
Digital viewers can access expert commentary on tonight's performances by pressing the red button on their handsets
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5/13. Turk Flu. Robin aims to win the archery competition at the Nottingham Fair.
Writer Debbie Oates ; Producer Richard Burrell ; Director Declan O'Dwyer
The first five episodes get a repeat run on BBC3 from Monday at 7pm (HD)
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Sheriff of Nottingham:
6/8. Dermot O'Leary hosts the quiz show. Includes the Lotto, Thunderball and Dream Number.
Producer Richard Hague ; Series producer Warren Prentice
Digital satellite or Freeview viewers can play along at any time by pressing the red button on their remote control
Born to Be Wild. Josh marks his long service.
Writer Peter Mills ; Producer Loretta Preece ; Director Darcia Martin www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
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Who will be leaving the dance floor?
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Then Weather With Helen Willetts.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights from former European champions Liverpool's encounter with Reading. Plus Manchester United host Portsmouth. Match of the Day 2 tomorrow 10pm BBC2. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am
Nail-biting Second World War drama starring Brian Keith and Helmut Griem. Review page 47.
Director Lamont Johnson (1970, 12)
Julio Iglesias ,
Ben Affleck and Jack Black 's band Tenacious D guest. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview