Presented by Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Michael Caines and Tana Namsay join James Martin in the kitchen, while singer Paul Young faces his food heaven or hell.
Series producer James Winter BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the April issue features a relaxed buffet lunch from James Martin. On sale 4 March, price £ 3.10
Ainsley Harriott cooks jerk chicken for carpenter Patrick and his partner Shirley, who both work shifts.
Manish Bhasin , Mark Lawrenson and Martin Keown review the week's action and looks ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixtures, including Arsenal against Aston Villa.
Highlights of yesterday's game between Leeds Rhinos and Melbourne Storm at Elland Road, the annual showdown between the winners of the Super League and the Australian NRL. Presented by Phil Jones. Producer Sally Richardson ; Editor
Hyacinth's passion for art coincides with Daddy's desire to join the Foreign Legion.
lentimental sci-fi comedy rama from the director of narry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, starring
Robin Williams. The early 21st century: Andrew, a metallic android, is bought by Richard Martin to work for his family. But faulty wiring results in Andrew developing emotions and creative talents. Review page 53.
Director Chris Columbus (1999,12)
Sir Richard Martin:
Ray Stubbs presents the afternoon's results. ligital viewers can follow the latest jotball action on Score. 2.30-6.00pm
A "body beautiful" edition of the caustic quiz.
Producer Lamees Nuseibeh ; Seres producer Alexandra McLeod
Anne Robinson presents some of the most memorable blunders by participants on Weakest Link.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Helen Tumbridge
The Great British public decide who will represent
Britain in the Eurovision Song Contest in Belgrade in May as Michelle Gayle , Andy Abraham , Rob McVeigh , Simona Armstrong , LoveShy and the Revelations compete for the honour. Terry Wogan and Claudia Winkleman present. The results are at 9.30pm.
Producer Helen Tumbridge ; Exec producer Phil Parsons
Duncan James announces the all-important numbers.
Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Julia McRow
Silent All These Years. Harry must decide whether to release Ruth's diary to the press.
Writer Laura Watson ; Producer Lucy Raffety
Director Julie Edwards www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
Toby De Silva:
Kathleen Dixie Dixon:
1/12; series two. Tamsin Greig returns in the comedy drama about a woman's failure to find the perfect partner.
Milly gets turned on by a shadow and Alice contends with the amorous intentions of her driving instructor.
Moment of the Week: page 63; The Inside Story: page 64 What Tamsin Greig's watching: page 161
Comedy of the Week: Love Soup 9.00pm BBC1
You're going to have to cast your minds back to 2005 to remember the first series of Love Soup, David (One Foot in the Grave) Renwick's quirky, slightly surreal and utterly charming story of a love that never happened. (It was produced by Verity Lambert, to whom the new series is dedicated, as she died just after completing work on it.)
Those of us who adored Love Soup back then - there weren't many, but we're out and we're proud - have had to wait a long time. But if Renwick hadn't written a second series, I'd have camped outside his house clutching a big sign saying, "We want more Love Soup" until he capitulated.
I know it won't be to everyone's taste, but I love it. Tamsin Greig returns (hurray) as gentle, good-hearted, eternally hopeful Alice, who tries to do the right thing, but whose actions are always misread. It's hugely funny - the scene where she learns to drive at knifepoint is wonderful-and peppered with insights about sex, love and happiness. A divine, unmissable treat. (Alison Graham TV editor)
The two acts with the highest public vote perform again for the right to sing for Britain in the Eurovision Song Contest.
With Jane Hill.
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs. IS)
Followed by National Lottery Update
Including Fulham v Man Utd and West Ham v Chelsea. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am Match of the Day 2 is on tomorrow at 10pm on BBC2
Goofy comedy starring Martin Lawrence. A medieval theme park attendant receives a bump on the head and wakes up in 14th-century England. Review p53. Director Gil Junger (2001, PG)
With the Rock and Gillian McKeith. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview