Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Hairy bikers Si King and Dave Myers join James Martin in the studio, with guest Eddie Jordan. Series producer James Winter
"ho can best represent the sunny south-west of England? Can the sophistication of Michael Caines outweigh the simplicity of Mark Hix ? Both cook their menus in a bid to represent their region.
Shown yesterday on BBC2
Previewing the season's final round of Premiership matches taking place tomorrow, plus a look ahead to next week's FA Cup final and the Champions League final. With Manish Bhasin.
Live coverage from Ascot, with races at 1.10, 1.45 and 2.20, including the Victoria Cup, plus two jump races from Haydock, with starts at 1.25 and 2.00.
With Rishi Persad , Willie Carson , Norman Williamson and Angus Loughran. Commentary from Jim McGrath and Ian Bartlett.
Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
Challenge Cup action comes from Headingley as the Leeds Rhinos take on Wigan Warriors in a fifth-round clash (kick-off 2.45). Rhinos coach Tony Smith will be determined to ensure his team is in the hat for the next round in his last season at Leeds before becoming Great Britain supremo. Wigan Warriors have a record 17 wins in this prestigious competition.
More Challenge Cup action tomorrow 1.45pm on BBC2.
Digital viewers can access post-match analysis and interviews from 4.30 to 5.15pm via the red button
Roger's mum comes to London to meet her future daughter-in-law Shown yesterday
Customers are surprised by a generous cashpoint and there's a tarantula on the loose.
A special edition of the show featuring celebrity duos, all of whom are hoping to win money for charity, including Michelle and Andy Scott Lee ,
Marcus Patric , Gemma Atkinson and Shane Lynch. Producer Lamees Nuseibeh ; Series producer
7/10. Graham Norton presides over the search for a new Joseph. The remaining seven hopefuls aim to prove they have what it takes to be a West End star. Series producer Kate Maddigan (HD)
Digital viewers can sing along karaoke-style by pressing the red button on their handset
What does Graham Norton watch?: page 16
Win a portable DVD player and Joseph on DVD at www.radiotimes.com/competitions
Michael Ball reveals tonight's results.
Once again Terry Wogan hosts tonight's action from the 52nd contest, live from Helsinki, in his own inimitable style. Last year monster costume rockers Lordi powered Finland to their first ever victory and proved that anything goes. This year's hopes for a UK victory are pinned on dance group Scooch, who will be showing their colours with Flying the Flag (for You). Will their performance be up to standard? Vote for your favourite - excluding the UK entry - by phoning the numbers below, or texting the country's number in the running order to[number removed]. Calls/texts cost 25p. Also on BBC Radio 2.
01. Bosnia and Herzegovina Rijeka Bez Imena by Maria
02. Spain I Love You Mi Vida by D'Nash.
03. Qualifier [number removed].
04. Ireland They Can't Stop the Spring by Dervish
05. Finland Leave Me Alone by Hanna
09. Lithuania Love or Leave by 4Fun
10. Greece Yassou Maria by Sarbel
12. Sweden The Worrying Kind by the Ark
13. France L'Amour Ã la FranÃ§aise les Fatals Picards
15. Russia Song # 1 by Serebro
16. Germany Frauen Regier'n die Welt by Roger Cicero
18. Ukraine Dancing Lasha Tumbai by Verka Serduchka
19. United Kingdom Flying the Flag (for You) by Scooch
20. Romania Liubi, Liubi, I Love You by Todomondo
23. Armenia Anytime You Need by Hayko
Series producer Dominic Smith;
Executive producer Kevin Bishop
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TOTP2 Goes Eurovision! is at 11.15pm on BBC2
Digital viewers can sing along by pressing red and accessing full lyrics to all the songs
What does Terry Wogan watch?: page 16; Noughty but nice: page 29; The Inside Story: page 60
Subsequent programmes may run late
With Emily Maitlis.
Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary. (5) Followed by National Lottery Update
Eerie supernatural drama starring Kevin Costner. Dr Joe Darrow discovers compelling evidence his dead wife is trying to contact him. Review page 45.
Director Tom Shadyac (2002. 12)
Sir Alan Sugar and Rufus Wainwright. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview