Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
News Watch at 7.45.
Top chefs Ken Horn and Atul Kochhar 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
In the quarter-final, the four remaining chefs must cook two courses of their own design for three restaurant critics.
Shown yesterday on BBC2
Manish Bhasin reflects on the opening World Cup qualifiers and looks ahead to the weekend's Premiership action.
Digital viewers can follow the latest action on Score, 2.30-6.00pm
Clare Balding and Steve Cram introduce highlights of day eight in Beijing, where the athletics at the Bird's Nest stadium includes David Weir 's bid for another gold in the men's 800m, as well as Ian Jones 's race against
Oscar Pistorius in the men's 200m. Other events include the men's wheelchair basketball tournament, swimming, the wheelchair tennis quad doubles, wheelchair rugby, five-a-side football, sailing and archery. Plus action from the World Athletics Final in Stuttgart. Simulcast on the BBC HD
Live coverage available 10am-1pm, followed by rolling highlights (not
Freeview 7.00pm-12 midnight)
A round-up of the afternoon's results from the Premier
League, Football League and Scottish Premier League.
With Ray Stubbs.
The Exploding Bed Pan
Disguised as his father, Rene seeks protection from the wrath of Denise Laroque.
New series 1/15. Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly offer a sneak preview of the 16 famous faces - including singer Rachel Stevens , model Jodie Kidd , rugby player Austin Healey and chef Gary Rhodes - taking to the floor in the sixth series of the pro-celebrity dance contest, which kicks off next week. Producer Ed Booth; Executive producer Sam Donnelly
Repeated tomorrow at 5.30pm Why I Love ... : www.radiotimes.com/strictly-blog
New series 1/8. Nick Knowles hosts the game show in which two pairs of strangers compete to win E50,000 by completing a series of lists. Series producer Clare Hughes ; Executive producers
Michael Mannes and David Young
Farmead Menace 1/2. A teenage rebel sets in motion a terrifying chain of events, and Adam risks everything to play the hero. The story continues tomorrow at 8pm.
Writer Mark Catley ; Producer/Director Keith Boak Photo gallery: www.radiotimes.com/casualty
Kathleen Dixie Dixon:
Toby De Silva:
The annual music event that's become a national institution continues as Welsh bass-baritone
Bryn Terfel performs a medley of folk songs from the nations. There's also the premiere of a piece by Anna Meredith , before the evening builds to its traditional climax with Jerusalem, Rule,
Britannia! and Pomp and Circumstance. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital satellite and cable viewers can watch all four Proms in the Park concerts live. On Freeview. Hyde Park and Swansea are live, with highlights of Glasgow and Belfast
The Inside Story: page 48; www.radiotimes.com/proms
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
With Jane Hill.
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of today's Premier League fixtures, including Liverpool v Manchester United and Manchester City v Chelsea. With Gary Lineker. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am
Tongue-in-cheek horror mystery starring Eric Roberts , Steven Williams and Daniel Roebuck. An FBI agent investigating the disappearances of violent criminals gets a lot more than he bargained for. Review page 39.
Director James Marlowe (2005)
Wonder and Steve Coogan. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview