Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Chefs Mark Sargeant and Ken Horn join James Martin. producer Dave Mynard ; Series producer James Winter BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Chinese New Year recipes from Ken Horn in the March issue, on sale 5 February E2.99 Eastern promise: page 40
Seafood is on the menu as the Aussie chef makes healthy food 'or all times of the day.
Manish Bhasin previews the latest round of Premier League matches, including tomorrow's
Wales v Scotland
- The second weekend of Six Nations matches begins at
Cardiff's Millennium Stadium
(kick-off 2.00). Both teams were very disappointing in last year's tournament. Scotland got the wooden spoon with Wales just one place above them. They managed just one win each - in Scotland's case against Wales. Introduced by John Inverdale , with commentary from Andrew Cotter and Jonathan Davies.
3.50 France v Ireland
The reigning Six Nations champions clash with last year's runners-up at the Stade de
France in Paris (kick-off 4.00).
Les Bleus have pipped Ireland to the title for the past two years. The men in green will be looking to avenge last year's 25-3 drubbing here in the World Cup, but will also be aware that they have won just once in Paris since 1972. Hosted by Gabby Logan , with commentary from Nick Mullins and Philip Matthews.
Producers Matthew Griffiths and Sally Richardson ; Editor Ron Chakraborty
Italy v England is tomorrow at 2pm
Digital viewers can access commentary
_ and live highlights from 1.00-5.30pm
Watch again over the next seven days, after 9pm, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Sport: page 39
Including Panorama's John Sweeney losing it with the man from the Church of Scientology, Paris Hilton's get-out-of-jail story and and the revenge instalment on Dragons'Den. Presented by Anne Robinson.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Debi McGrath
7/8. Two more of the tribute acts will be eliminated tonight, leaving five to go through to next week's final. Who will survive the viewers' and the Superstar Vote? All will be revealed at 925pm. Graham Norton hosts. Executive producers Nic McNeilis and Louise Rainbow 0 Digital viewers can press red during both of tonight's shows for full sing-along lyrics as each act performs
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.
Producer Clare Hughes ; Exec producer David Young
Sex and Death. When depression-stricken Ruth is found hanging in the halls of residence, the department tries to come to terms with what has happened. James
Writer Mark Catley ; Producer Anne-Louise Russell
Director Ian Barnes www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
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Kathleen Dixie Dixon:
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The remaining acts perform two classic songs together, then it's decision time as the viewers and the competitors themselves select the line-up of five acts who will battle it out in next week's final.
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne. Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights including Aston Villa v Newcastle, Everton v Reading, Derby County v Spurs and Sunderland v Wigan Athletic. Presented by Gary Lineker. Producer Jim Irving ; Editor Paul Armstrong
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Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10pm on BBC2
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I Action thriller starring Pierce Brosnan and Patrick Stewart. As a hijacked train races towards Stuttgart and the world's press speculates about the fate of the hostages, Malcolm Philpott , head of the UN anti-crime organisation, mobilises his team of field agents against a far more deadly threat. Review page 47.
Director David S Jackson (1993, 15)
With guests Dame Vivienne Westwood, Jamie Bell ,
Philip Glenister and Duffy. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview