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: Breakfast

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


Presented By: Charlie Stayt
Presented By: Susanna Reid.

: Saturday Kitchen

Ken Horn joins James Martin in a celebration of Chinese New Year. Plus Michelin-starred
Scottish chef Tom Kitchin is on hand to help with the festivities for Burns Night. OLIVE MAGAZINE: out monthly, E3.30


Unknown: Ken Horn
Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Tom Kitchin

: MasterChef

More quarter-finalists must convince Gregg and John that food is their raison d'etre, before proving themselves with a three-course feast.
Shown last Thursday on BBC2 BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: E3.10

: News; Weather

: Football Focus

Manish Bhasin , Mark Lawrenson and Martin Keown preview the FA Cup's fourth round ties, including Man Utd v Spurs and Liverpool v Everton.
Digital viewers can follow the day's action on Final Score, 2.30-6.00pm


Unknown: Manish Bhasin
Unknown: Mark Lawrenson
Unknown: Martin Keown

: Tennis

Highlights from the Australian Open. This could be one of the most open Grand Slams for a while, especially in the men's event, with Roger Federer having lost his place at the top of the world rankings to Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray having recently beaten both players.
Presented by Sue Barker.
Digital viewers can press red from 5am for Australian Open coverage


Unknown: Roger Federer
Unknown: Rafael Nadal
Unknown: Andy Murray
Presented By: Sue Barker.

: Bowls

The men's singles semi-finals in the World Indoor championships at Potters Leisure Resort in Norfolk. Presented by Rishi Persad. Bowls Extra is at
12.50am on BBC2.
Digital viewers can also watch live world championships coverage (not r'eeview) from 10am-12.30pm


Presented By: Rishi Persad.

: Final Score

Ray Stubbs presents results from the FA Cup, Football League and Scotland.


Presenter: Ray Stubbs

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: Total Wipeout

4/8. This edition sees some of the fastest times of the series so far, despite the addition of two new pitfalls - the rolling logs and the bubble bath.

: Eurovision: Your Country Needs You

4/5. The four remaining acts strive to impress
Andrew Lloyd Webber in a bid to reach the final. Can a masterclass from Emma Bunton provide the inspiration they need? And will Andrew have the song finished in time? Plus former Strictly Come Dancing winner Alesha Dixon sings live.
Producer Kate Maddigan Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press the red button during the show to see the lyrics and sing along with the contestants


Unknown: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Unknown: Emma Bunton
Unknown: Alesha Dixon
Producer: Kate Maddigan

: The National Lottery: In It to Win It

5/8. Dale Winton presents the quiz show. Includes the Lotto Dream Number and Thunderball draws. Series producer Ed De Burgh; Executive producers
Michael Mannes and David Young
Digital viewers can press the red button to go head to head with the show's contestants and see how well they (are


Unknown: Dale Winton
Producers: Michael Mannes
Producers: David Young

: Casualty

Price of Life. When a stabbing victim is brought into A&E, it seems that Curtis knows the culprit. But his refusal to talk to the police threatens to wreck his relationship with Alice.
Writer Daisy Coulam ; Producer Lucy Raffety
Director Rob Evans Photo gallery: www.radiotimes.com/casualty


Unknown: Daisy Coulam
Producer: Lucy Raffety
Director: Rob Evans
Adam Trueman: Tristan Gemmill
Nick Jordan: Michael French
Curtis Cooper: Abdul Sails
Zoe Hanna: Sunetra Sarker
Alice Chantrey: Sam Grey
Jessica Harrison: Gillian Kearney
Jay Faldren: Ben Turner
Big Mac: Charles Dale
Snezana Lalovic: Ivana Basic
Noel Garcia: Tony Marshall
Alex Trueman: Luke Hamill
Sharice Brooks: Adrianna Bertola
Liam Jeston: Isaac Ssebandeke
Richie Jeston: Jumayn Hunter
DCI Moreland: Colin Wells
Jennifer Ardale: Anna Claire Moore
Katja Ardale: Elizabeth Day
Seb Wilton: Jamie Blackley
Tony Reece: Joseph Morgan
Mrs Bassey: Frances Cuka
Vicar: Bev Willis

: Outtake TV

3/6. Anne Robinson presents a selection of fluffs, blunders and technical hiccups from some of the BBC's major shows. Featuring clips from Sense and Sensibility, Little Dorrit and The Office. Producer Curtis Leighton-Jones ; Executive producers
Pam Cavannagh and Kieron Collins


Unknown: Anne Robinson
Unknown: Little Dorrit
Producer: Curtis Leighton-Jones
Producers: Pam Cavannagh
Producers: Kieron Collins

: BBC News

With Kate Silverton.
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.


Unknown: Kate Silverton.
Unknown: Peter Gibbs.

: Air Force One

Fense action thriller starring Harrison Ford. The US President, along with his wife and daughter, s returning home from Russia when the presidential plane is hijacked. And unless his terms are agreed to, the terrorist leader will start killinq passengers. Review page 49. (1997,15)

Followed by National Lottery Update


Director: Wolfgang Petersen
President James Marshall: Harrison Ford
Ivan Korshunov: Gary Oldman
Vice President Kathryn Bennett: Glenn Close
Grace Marshall: Wendy Crewson
Alice Marshall: Llesel Matthews
Chief of Staff Lloyd Shepherd: Paul Guilfoyle
Agent Gibbs: Xander Berkeley
Major Caldwell: William H. Macy
Defense Secretary: Dean Stockwell

: Tough Guys

Comedy starring Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas. Two veteran criminals are released from prison after serving 30 years.
- Despite being forbidden to see each other, they soon contemplate a return to crime. Review p49. Director Jeff Kanew (1986. 15)


Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Unknown: Kirk Douglas.
Director: Jeff Kanew

: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

Guests are
Tom Cruise , Stephen Fry and Lee Evans , with music from Franz Ferdinand. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Tom Cruise
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Lee Evans
Unknown: Franz Ferdinand.

: BBC News

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