Presented by Susanna Reid. With NewsWatch at 7.45.
James Tanner and Matt Tebbutt join James Martin on the cookery show, featuring helpings of Rick Stein and Celebrity
MasterChef, another omelette challenge and top wine choices. Producer Dave Mynard
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Bill Grainger rustles up a set of healthy lunch boxes for the family, before showing a group of kitchen-phobic men how to prepare a roast.
Manish Bhasin , Mark Lawrenson and Lee Dixon review the week's action and look ahead to the latest round of Premier League fixtures, including Manchester United v Newcastle United,
Arsenal v Birmingham City and the relegation six-pointer between Derby County and Wigan Athletic.
Live coverage of the Great
Edinburgh International Cross Country at Holyrood Park, where an elite field of athletes compete in the latest round of the IAAF season. Kenya's
Kenenisa Bekele and Eritrea's Zersenay Tadese are expected to be challenging for victory in the men's event.
Ray Stubbs and Bobby George introduce live coverage of the opening semi-final of the World
Professional Darts championship at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, where the players contest a place in the final over the best-of-11 sets. Coverage continues on BBC2 at 4.30pm.
Digital viewers can access live coverage from 2.30pm until the end of play
Jake Humphrey presents the afternoon's results from the Premier League, Football League and the Scottish Cup.
Digital viewers can follow the latest football action on Score, 2.30-6.00pm
Rav Wilding, Ricky Whittle and Chris Simmons compete. <s)
3/8. Graham Norton hosts the first of the live shows as 12 performers take to the stage in the line-up of musical tribute acts. Can Kylie out-perform
Madonna? Will Robbie outshine Frank Sinatra ? Can Cher out-diva Diana Ross ? The acts are desperate for your vote and to stay in the hunt for a contract in Las Vegas. Who has the looks, the voice and the charisma to convince viewers they're as good as the real thing? Fail and their place is in jeopardy because someone must leave tonight. The results show can be seen at 9.20pm.
Executive producers Nic McNeilis and Louise Rainbow
New series Dale Winton presents the quiz show in which five contestants answer questions to scoop a big prize. Kirsty Gallacher introduces the all-important Lotto, Dream Number and Thunderball draws.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Series producer Julia McRow
Adrenaline Rush. As the work-to-rule continues, an agency nurse is called in to help ease the load. But it soon becomes apparent he has a chilling agenda, which leaves one staff member fighting for life.
Writer Steve Keyworth ; Producer Lucy Raffety
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Before the acts learn the outcome of the viewers' vote, they perform together for the first time. Abba tribute band Bjorn Again entertain with a medley of hits, before Graham Norton announces who will be the first act to leave.
With Louise Minchin.
Then Weather with Philip Avery. Followed by National Lottery Update
Featuring Manchester United v Newcastle United,
Middlesborough v Liverpool, Arsenal v Birmingham, Aston Villa v Reading, Everton v Manchester City, West Ham v Fulham and Derby County v Wigan Athletic. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am
Science-fiction adventure starring Kurt Russell and James Spader. Ridiculed for his theory that the monuments of the Nile Delta were built with extraterrestrial help, an Egyptologist is asked to join a US Government project - but the top brass suspects that a structure discovered by archaelogists near one of the pyramids could be a teleportation device. Review page 41.
Director Roland Emmerich (1994, PG)
Hanks, Chris Rock and Reverend & the Makers.
Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview