Presented by Sophie Long and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Chefs Cyrus Todiwala and Stuart Gillies join James Martin in the kitchen, while actress Sharon Small faces her food heaven or hell.
Producer Dave Mynard ; Series producer James Winter BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the March issue is on sale now, price £2.99
1/10. Chef John Burton Race is challenged to cook a Pakistani balti for two surgeons who order in every night.
Bristol Rovers v Southampton Coverage from the Memorial
Stadium of an FA Cup fifth-round tie which pitches League One against the Championship (kick-off 12.30). This is the first time in nine years that the Pirates have made it to this stage of the competition and will be hoping to become the first team from the third tier to reach the quarter-finals since Tranmere Rovers four seasons ago. Hosted by Gabby Logan. Commentary comes from Guy Mowbray and Mark Bright
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth Manchester United v Arsenal is at 5.05pm Gabby Logan presents Inside Sport.'
Beijing Special on Wednesday at 10.50pm
Coverage from the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham where some of Britain's top athletes will be fine-tuning their preparations for next month's World Indoor championships in Valencia in Spain. Craig Pickering will lead the home challenge in the men's 60m while world and Olympic champion Kenenisa Bekele will have the two-mile indoor record in his sights. Presented by Hazel Irvine.
Commentary comes from Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson ,
Colin Jackson , Jonathan Edwards and Brendan Foster. Coverage continues on BBC2.
A round-up of the afternoon's results, including the FA Cup and Scottish Premier League.
Digital viewers can follow the latest football action on Score 2.30-6.00pm
Manchester United v Arsenal
This evening's FA Cup fifth-round tie pits the season's main Premier League contenders against each other at Old Trafford (kick-off 5.15). Gary Lineker hosts, with analysis from Alan Hansen and Alan Shearer. John Motson and Mark Lawrenson commentate. Includes News Headlines at half-time.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong Highlights of today's FA Cup matches are at 10.30pm
Sheffield United v Middlesbrough is tomorrow at 1.45pm
8/8. It's the culmination of the search for the UK's best tribute act, with five finalists fighting for a three-month contract in Las Vegas. Each act will perform solo and group songs. The two with the least votes will be eliminated immediately, leaving three to battle it out at 9.40pm. Hosted by Graham Norton.
Executive producers Nic McNeilis , Louise Rainbow
Digital viewers can press red during both of tonight's shows for full sing-along lyrics as each act performs
Lottery Draws John Barrowman hosts the Lotto, Dream Number and Thunderball draws.
Director Toby Baker ; Series producer Julia McRow
Say Say My Playmate. Snezana joins the paramedic team and impresses everyone when she helps Toby deal with a gravid situation at an unusual venue.
Writer Abi Bown; Producer Lucy Raffety; Director Julie Edwards [website removed]
Toby De Silva:
Kathleen Dixie Dixon:
Jugg (Matt Turner):
The three remaining tribute acts each perform their favourite song from the series in a bid to garner the viewers votes. Who will emerge victorious?
With Simon McCoy.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne. Followed by National Lottery Update
FA Cup fifth-round highlights, including Chelsea's clash with Huddersfield and Liverpool v Barnsley. Producer Phil Sibson ; Editor Steve Boulton
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am
Digital viewers can access rolling FA Cup fifth-round highlights from 12 midnight tonight
Glossy, all-star John Grisham thriller. A Mississippi factory worker shoots the two racist thugs who brutally assaulted his ten-year-old daughter. When lawyer Jake Brigance defends him in court, the small town of Clanton is engulfed in a cauldron of conflicting emotions. Review page 47. (1996, 15)
John Grisham's Runaway Jury is tomorrow at 10.45pm
Based on a novel by:
Carl Lee Hailey:
Harry Rex Vonner:
Guests include Sylvester Stallone. shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview