Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Top chefs Nic Watt and Silvena Rowe join James Martin in the kitchen. Plus, another helping of the Great British Menu.
Producer Dave Mynard ' Series producer James Winter BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: James Martin creates a relaxed, seasonal
Sunday lunch in the November issue. On sale 3 October, price E2.99
Rachel Allen cooks Bretonne
Prawns and squid salad. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the November issue features family-friendly recipes from Rachel Allen. On sale 3 October, price E2.99
Manish Bhasin previews the weekend's football fixtures, including Manchester United v
Live coverage from Sheffield City Hall as eight of the world's top snooker players battle it out in the prestigious Pot Black Cup. Revamped in 2005, the contest involves players taking each other on in a one-frame knockout. The trophy was first won by Ray Reardon in 1969. and his fellow Welshmen have dominated the tournament in recent years, with Matthew Stevens taking the title in 2005 and Mark Williams winning last year with the tournament's highest ever break of 119. Hosted by Hazel Irvine.
Round-up of the afternoon's results from the Premier League, Football League and the SPL.
Presented by Ray Stubbs.
Digital viewers can keep up with the latest football action on Score 2.3O-6.O0pm
Matt Dawson is faced by former England footballer Jamie Redknapp as guest team captain. Guests are ex-Liverpool and England footballer John Barnes , former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash , motorcycling star Neil Hodgson and ex-England cricketer Ashley Giles.
John Barnes takes to the floor in the new series of Strictly Come Dancing at 6.15pm
1/12. Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly host the pro-celebrity contest, in which 14 sets of partners lay their rhythmic reputations on the line. The results show can be seen tomorrow at 6.45pm. Director Nikki Parsons ; Producer Sam Donnelly (HD) Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two is weekdays at 6.30pm on BBC2 while Bruce in Vegas is tomorrow at 5.45pm on BBC1
Digital viewers can press red during the programme for expert commentary, plus views from the voted-off dancers
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New series 1/13; series two. The outlaws have been busy constructing an ingenious new camp.
Meanwhile, the Sheriff also seems to have been keeping himself occupied when Knighton Hall is razed to the ground, and Marian and Edward are arrested.
Writer Dominic Minghella ; Series producer Nick Pitt ; Director
Ciaran Donnelly Repeated tomorrow 4.10pm (HD) Bad company: page 14; www.radiotimes.com/robin-hood
Sir Guy of Gisborne:
Sheriff of Nottingham:
Allan A Dale:
3/8. Dale Winton hosts the quiz show in which five contestants answer questions to scoop a big prize. Plus the Lotto, Dream Number and Thunderball draws. Series producer Clare Hughes ; Exec producer David Young
Core Values. Harry returns as consultant manager and his new boss Marilyn Fox insists his first job is to sack Nathan Spencer. But this proves easier said than done.
Writer Al Smith ; Producer Chris Lovett ; Director
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Toby De Silva:
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With Nick Owen.
Then Weather with Darren Bett
Followed by National Lottery Update
Premier League highlights as Manchester United host Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa entertain West Ham. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement
Repeated tomorrow at 8.15am March of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10pm on BBC2
Gung-ho action thriller starring Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman. When a Russian missile base falls into rebel hands, the US submarine Alabama is dispatched to prevent a nuclear attack. Review p53. Director Tony Scott (1995, 15)
Michelle Pfeiffer and Chris Moyles. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview