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Chefs Marcus Wareing and Antonio Carluccio join
James Martin in the kitchen. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
James Martin serves fruity family puddings in the October issue. On sale now, price £3.10
The four successful young chefs from this week's heats serve up a two-course meal for restaurant critics Charles Campion , Jeremy Wayne and Nicholas Lander. Michel Roux Jr and Gregg Wallace pick the two winners.
Shown yesterday on BBC2
Manish Bhasin and Martin Keown preview the weekend's international football action, featuring a host of World Cup qualifiers.
Live coverage of the opening ceremony of the 13th
Paralympic Games from the Bird's Nest stadium in Beijing. Clare Balding introduces what promises to be a dramatic spectacle, with commentary by Paul Dickenson , who is joined by multi-Paralympic gold medallist Tanni Grey-Thompson and bronze medallist Ade Adepitan. Paralympics GB finished second in the medal table in Athens and expectations are high following Team GB's medal haul at the Olympics. Executive producer Jonathan Bromley
Exec editor Dave Gordon Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
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Tyler develops an interest in the works of Thomas Hardy and Marlene has touble getting to sleep.
Sharp animated fantasy comedy. Shrek is a grumpy green ogre whose swamp is overrun with homeless traditional fairy-tale characters. In order to get them evicted by scheming Lord Farguaad, he must complete a task: rescue
Princess Fiona from her dragon-guarded tower and bring her back, with only a talking donkey for company. Can he do it? And will love get in the way of his plans? Review page 37. Featuring the voices of:
Celebrities from the world of food and drink, including the Hairy Bikers, chef Theo Randall and wine critic Oily Smith, join Anne Robinson for a charity edition of the quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go.
Producer Lamees Nuseibeh: Series producer Alexandra McLeod
Live from Glasgow, Graham Norton and Claudia Winkleman introduce the second Eurovision dance competition. A total of 14 celebrity and professional dancing couples from Austria, Azerbaijan, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Ukraine will each take to the floor with a freestyle routine, all bidding to win the votes of both an expert judging panel and TV viewers continent-wide, and to be crowned champions. Representing the UK are EastEnders and The Bill star Louisa Lytton and professional dancer and Strictly Come Dancing regular Vincent Simone. Commentary comes from Len Goodman and Craig Revel Horwood.
Director Nikki Parsons : Producer Kate Maddigan The Inside Story: page 46
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Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
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Crime thriller starring Harrison Ford. Computer security expert Jack Stanfield enjoys a comfortable life working for a bank. But when a team of thieves led by the sadistic Bill Cox takes his wife and children hostage, Jack is forced to use his expertise to "steal" from his employers in order to ensure the safety of his loved ones. Review page 37.
Director Richard Loncraine (2006, 12)
Joining JR for the first in a new series are glamour puss
Kelly Brook , members of Team GB, comedy mavericks the Mighty Boosh and the Streets.
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