Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Chefs Sophie Grigson and Arthur Potts Dawson join James Martin to rustle up culinary treats. Guest Jerry Springer faces his personal food heaven or hell. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: price £3.10
Al fresco food including Sicilian pasta, blue cheese and pine nut salad, beef steak with spicy salsa, and a fruity tiramisu.
Jake Humphrey and guests mull over the first two Euro 2008 quarter-finals and preview this weekend's matches with the winners going through to Thursday's semi. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
The Inside Story: page 56
Live coverage of the final of the International Women's Open at Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, in which a top class field will have been hoping to hone their game in time for
Wimbledon (coverage of which starts on Monday at 12 noon on BBC2). Presented by Sue Barker.
Digital viewers can watch coverage
12 noon-3pm via the red button
Wimbledon towels offer: page
Live coverage of day one of this year's European championships from Annecy in France with the continent's top eight men's and women's teams taking part. Presented by Hazel Irvine with commentary and analysis by Steve Cram , Jonathan Edwards , Colin Jackson and Paul Dickinson.
Further coverage tomorrow at 4pm on BBC2.
Anne Robinson grills children's TV puppets, including Roland Rat, George and Zippy, and Nev the Bear.
11/13; series four. Donna's entire world collapses.
Doctor Who Confidential follows on BBC3.
(Repeated tomorrow at 8pm on BBC3)
The Doctor's women: page 12; Subscribe to Radio Times and get a free Doctor Who DVD: see page 151 for details
Drama of the Week: Doctor Who 6.40pm BBC1
Catherine Tate had her doubters when she first took over the role of the companion - but her electrifying performance here should shut up the whingers once and for all. This is her episode. Yes, Rose (Billie Piper) returns as Donna's guide in another world, but Tate is the commanding presence.
Russell T Davies has brilliantly constructed a story centred on a very simple premise - what if she'd turned right at a crossroads when she was just ordinary, non-time-travelling Donna, and not left? What if she'd chosen the road that did not lead to the Doctor? Once the fateful decision is made, we're led through Davies's vision of a dystopian, Doctor-less world, as Donna struggles with loss and despair. And what's that on her back?
David Tennant takes a back seat and leaves the work to the ladies, but fear not, he re-appears when it matters the most. And the ending will give you goose bumps. Alison Graham TV editor The Doctor's women: page 12
Another chance to see Billie Piper starring in this dramatisation of Philip Pullman 's first novel about Victorian heroine Sally Lockhart.
Dramatised by Adrian Hodges ; Producer Kate Bartlett
Director Brian Percival
Winner Group C v Runner-up Group D
The third Euro 2008 quarter-final from the St Jakob Park Stadium in Basle (kick-off 7.45).
Editor: Paul Armstrong ; Producer: Phil Bigwood Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Press red for alternative commentary and rolling highlights, plus highlights of every game, tournament goals, and classic matches
The match will be available to watch again over the next seven days at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
2/6. With the garlic-breath party sketch.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Followed by National Lottery Update
1/2. Adrian Chiles charts the fine art of commentary. More on Wednesday at 10.45pm.
Horror thriller sequel starring Naomi Watts as a mother fleeing a vengeful ghost. Review page 45. Director Hideo Nakata (2004, 15)
Highlights of tonight's quarter-final.
Miller and Joe Calzaghe. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview
Watch again, up to seven days after programmes are broadcast, with BBC iPlayer at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer