Presented by Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45. (5)
Boxwood Cafe chef Stuart Gillies and Michelin-star winner Michael Caines join James Martin to Prepare a selection of dishes. Plus regular helpings by Rick Stein and Keith Floyd. (5)
4/7. Bill Granger creates a paella dish in Sydney.
A look ahead to the Carling Cup final as Arsenal take on Chelsea at the Millennium Stadium. Plus
! Previews of the weekend's key
Premiership fixtures, including Fulham v Manchester United.
(5) Final Score is at 4.50pm on BBC2
Action from the final round of the 2006/7 Track Cycling World Cup Classics from the Velodrome, Manchester. With Phil Jones. More cycling tomorrow at 3.30pm on BBC2. Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Digital viewers can follow live coverage from Manchester Velodrome 2-10.10pm
Highlights of the World Club
Challenge between the Super
League champions St Helens and and Australian NRL winners
Brisbane Broncos, held at the Reebok Stadium in Boiton. With Clare Balding. (5)
Scotland v Italy
With the Scots resurgent after a convincing victory against
Wales, the Murrayfield crowd will be hoping for an impressive points haul against an Italian team still looking for their first Six Nations win (kick-off 3.00). The Italians, however, will take heart from their gritty performance against England at Twickenham and, if they can repeat their second half performance, could well test the Scots. Andrew Cotter and Phillip Matthews commentate. Live coverage of Ireland v
England at 5.05pm. (HD)Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Digital viewers can access latest football news on Score from 2.30 to 6.00. and a rugby package that includes alternative commentary, rolling highlights, live stats, a competition and a post-match forum
Ireland v England
The second of today's Six Nations championship games comes from Croke Park (kick-off 5.30).
Eddie O'Sullivan 's Ireland team ended their campaign with a dramatic 28-24 win over today's opponents in an absorbing encounter at
Twickenham, a result that guided them to their second Triple Crown in the past three years.
Brian Ashton 's reign in charge of England has started well, but this is his biggest test to date and he will need big performances from captain Phil Vickery , fly-half Jonny Wilkinson and winger Jason Robinson if they are to give their in-form opponents a competitive game. Commentary by Eddie Butler and Brian Moore. Live coverage of France v Wales at 7.45pm on BBC2. TV presentation Ken Burton ; Editor Carl Hicks Digital viewers can access alternative commentary, rolling highlights, live stats, a competition and a post-match forum Also online at [Web Address Removed] (UK only)
4/4. Graham Norton introduces another array of talent eager to make it to the big time. Each act performs in a series of showdowns observed by celebrity judges. Then an armchair panel of viewers decides who will go through to the final at 9.35pm. Director Alex Rudzinski ; Exec producer Phil Parsons (HD)
The Killing Floor. Selena is upset when Harry fails to contact her - little realising that Nathan has deleted a message from her phone.
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With John Barrowman.
Series producer Debbie Nugent
Graham Norton announces the two acts battling it out in the final showdown. (HD)
With Moira Stuart.
Then Weather with Philip Avery. Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of today's Premiership fixtures, including Fulham v Manchester United at Craven Cottage,
Liverpool v Sheffield United and a crucial bottom of the table clash between Charlton and West Ham
United. Presented by Gary Lineker. Producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am Match of the Day 2 can be seen tomorrow on BBC2 at 10.30pm
Menacing horror starring Jamie Lee Curtis. Several years after she faked her own death, Laurie Strode thinks she finally has a safe life. But Laurie must confront evil once more. Review page 51.
Director Steve Miner (1998. 18)
Claustrophobic sci-fi drama, based on a story by Arthur C Clarke , starring Jack Wagner and Jack Coleman. Review page 51.
Director Arthur Allan Seidelman (1994,15) Followed by Weatherview