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: Breakfast

Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. including
NewsWatch at 7.45.


Presented By: Susanna Reid
Presented By: Charlie Stayt.

: Saturday Kitchen

James Martin is joined in the studio by top chefs Michael Caines and James Tanner , with a sprinkling of Rick Stein , Antonio Carluccio , Keith Floyd and Anjum Anand on the side. Plus the regular omelette challenge. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: price E3.10 BBC GOOD FOOD SHOW SUMMER: runs 11-15 June at Birmingham NEC.
For tickets, call [number removed] or visit www.bbcgoodfoodshowsummer.com


Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Michael Caines
Unknown: James Tanner
Unknown: Rick Stein
Unknown: Antonio Carluccio
Unknown: Keith Floyd

: Great British Menu

The seven regional finalists discover which dishes the public have chosen to go on the menu of Heston Blumenthal 's gastronomic banquet being held in the restaurant at the top of London landmark building the Gherkin. Last in series, narrated by Jennie Bond.
Shown yesterday on BBC2


Unknown: Heston Blumenthal
Unknown: Jennie Bond.

: News; Weather

: Football Focus

Manish Bhasin and guests look forward to a big weekend of football that sees the play-off finals in the Championship, League One and League Two as well as the Scottish Cup Final between Rangers and Queen of the South. Plus there will be reaction to last week's Champions League Final between Manchester
United and Chelsea.


Unknown: Manish Bhasin

: Golf

Gary Lineker pitches up by the side of the West Course to present coverage of the third day of the PGA championship at Wentworth. Anders Hansen took the title last year after a sudden death play-off against Justin Rose , but the Englishman has a good record in big tournaments and this could be his year. Another perennial favourite is Ernie Els , who owns a house on the course.
Commentary is by Peter Alliss and Ken Brown. Continues tomorrow at 1pm on BBC2.


Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Anders Hansen
Unknown: Justin Rose
Unknown: Ernie Els
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Ken Brown.

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: Weakest Link Special

In a paranormal special Anne Robinson tests a collection of people with connections to the "other" side as psychic mediums Derek Acorah and Sally Morgan and astrologer Shelley von Strunckel
join a panel full of the psychically skilled. Producer Lamees Nuseibeh ; Series editor Alexandra McLeod


Unknown: Anne Robinson
Unknown: Derek Acorah
Unknown: Sally Morgan
Unknown: Shelley von Strunckel
Producer: Lamees Nuseibeh
Editor: Alexandra McLeod

: I'd Do Anything

11/12. While the remaining four Nancys are put through one last hoop before the public vote to decide which three will make it through to next week's grand final, Graham Norton announces the three boys who are the winning Olivers. More tomorrow at 7.15pm.
Executive producer Suzy Lamb www.bbc.co.uk/oliver Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press the red button during tonight's show to sing along with the musical hopefuls


Unknown: Graham Norton
Producer: Suzy Lamb

: Eurovision Song Contest

This year Terry Wogan travels to the banks of the Danube in Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia, to witness the UK's annual humiliation at the hands of our European neighbours' voting panels. A record 43 countries entered this year's competition but, following two semi-finals, this number has been cut to the 25 who will perform tonight.
Throwing himself into the lions' den on our behalf is ex-dustman Andy Abraham with his upbeat Even If. Andy only made it through to the Eurovision: You Decide final when Sir Terry picked him as his wildcard entrant. Keep an eye out for France's Sebastien Tellier , a credible multi-instrumentalist, whose reputation has sunk at home because his song, Divine, includes lyrics in English. But tonight's show could belong to Ireland's Dustin the Turkey with his paean to this annual extravaganza, Irlande Douze Points.
Voting is by telephone only and the numbers to ring will be given during the programme.
Also broadcast on BBC Radio 2.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red during the show to access lyrics to sing along to, with quirky feedback; discover facts about the acts; and text comments about the performances
Bloc party: page 18; The Inside Story: page 58
Blog and photo galleries: www.radiotimes.com/eurovision


Commentator: Terry Wogan
Representing the UK: Andy Abraham
Unknown: Sebastien Tellier
Unknown: Irlande Douze

: BBC News

With Jane Hill.
Then Weather with Philip Avery. Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: Jane Hill.
Unknown: Philip Avery.

: The Hard Way

Breezy action comedy. Volatile cop John Moss is unwillingly "partnered" with Hollywood star Nick Lang , who's researching New York police work for a role. Moss is supposed to keep the actor out of trouble, but bullets and bad guys are never far away. Review page 47.
Director John Badham (1991, 15)


Unknown: John Moss
Unknown: Nick Lang
Director: John Badham
Nick Lang: Michael J Fox
John Moss: James Woods
Party Crasher: Stephen Lanq
Susan: Annabella Sclorra
Captain Brix: Delroy Lindo
Pooley: Luis Guzman
China: Mary Mara
Billy: L L Cool

: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

With Ray
Winstone and the Osmonds. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: With Ray

: BBC News

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