Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Chefs Paul Merrett and Stuart Gillies join James Martin in the studio, along with singer Kim Wilde , who faces her culinary favourites and phobias. OLIVE MAGAZINE: out monthly, E3.30
This week's four heat winners compete in the fourth quarter-final, facing three high-pressure challenges set by John Torode and Gregg Wallace.
Shown last Thursday on BBC2 BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: £3.10
Manish Bhasin ,
Mark Lawrenson and Martin Keown give the lowdown on this weekend's fixtures, including Liverpool's "six-pointer" at home to Chelsea. <s)
Digital viewers can follow the day's action on Final Score, 2.30-6.00pm
Action from the women's singles final at the Australian Open, held under the floodlights in Melbourne. With the four majors being won by different women last year, this should be a tough one to call. Sue
Barker presents. Live coverage of the men's final is tomorrow at 8.30am on BBC2.
Digital viewers can press red at 825am for live coverage of the women's final
Glasgow's Kelvin Hall plays host to this season's curtain-raiser, where Great Britain and Northern Ireland face a tough battle against the USA, Sweden, Germany and a Commonwealth select team. Big names on show include Lolo Jones and Kim Collins. Jonathan Edwards presents live coverage.
Ray Stubbs hosts post-match reaction and results.
5/8. Another score of daredevils attempt to splash and crash their way through the obstacle course.
5/5. Phase one of Andrew Lloyd Webber 's plan for Eurovision domination ends tonight, as the UK's 2009 representative is chosen. Russian singer Dima Bilan performs last year's winning ditty, while the agonising wait to hear Andrew's finished song finally ends. Graham Norton hosts. Series 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
6/8. 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 fare
Midday Sun. Jordan faces a dilemma when Adam's brother, Alex, is rushed in following an overdose. Should Jordan follow his orders or his conscience?
Writer Karen Laws ; Producer Lucy Raffety
Director Rob Evans
COMEDY OF THE WEEK
New series 1/6. Sally's Party. Elderly delinquents Tom and Roy prove that bad behaviour isn't just for youngsters in this new sitcom. Tonight, the pair's attractive neighbour, Sally, is having a party. But how do they secure an invitation?
Writer Simon Blackwell ; Director Dewi Humphreys
Producer Jack Docherty Age becomes them: page 25
With Kate Silverton.
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of Aston Villa v Wigan, plus the London derby between Arsenal and West Ham.
Gary Lineker is joined by Alans Hansen and Shearer. Producer Andy Gilbert : Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.40am Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.20pm
BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: out weekly, price El.80
Gritty Second World War drama. In 1945, a party of Army Rangers and Filipino guerrillas set out to liberate American prisoners from a PoW camp in the Philippines. Review page 40.
Director John Dahl (2005, 15)
Lt Colonel Mucci:
Chat, musicand topical commentary. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview