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: Breakfast

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


Presented By: Susanna Reid
Presented By: Charlie Stayt.

: Saturday Kitchen

Suranne Jones faces her food heaven or hell, while James Martin is joined by chefs Atul Kochhar and Nick Nairn to prepare recipes. OLIVE MAGAZINE: out monthly, E3.30


Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Atul Kochhar
Unknown: Nick Nairn

: Rachel Allen: Bake!

2/6. The chef meets German cake-maker Falko Burkert and masters the art of preparing a cake on a spit. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: E


Unknown: Falko Burkert

: News; Weather

: Football Focus

Manish Bhasin , plus regulars Mark Lawrenson and Lee Dixon , preview tomorrow's
Carling Cup final and look back at the week's big Champions
League games. Final Score is at 4.30pm on BBC2
Digital viewers can follow the day's action on Final Score, 2.30-6.00pm


Unknown: Manish Bhasin
Unknown: Mark Lawrenson
Unknown: Lee Dixon

: Outtake TV

Anne Robinson presents some of the highlights and lowlights of her favourite quiz show,
Weakest Link.


Unknown: Anne Robinson

: Bobsleigh Challenge

Can decathlete Dean Macey , rugby player Dan Luger , sprinter Jason Gardener and cyclist
Craig MacLean become good enough, in only ten days, to qualify for the British bobsleigh championship?


Unknown: Dean MacEy
Unknown: Dan Luger
Unknown: Jason Gardener
Unknown: Craig MacLean

: Six Nations Rugby

Scotland v Italy
Murrayfield is today's venue, as two of the tournament's underdogs go head to head (kick-off 3.00). The Azzurri have never worn the Six Nations crown, but could view today's match as their best chance to get some points on the board and avoid the dreaded wooden spoon. Presented by Gabby Logan , with commentary from Andrew Cotter and Lawrence Dallaglio. Live coverage of Ireland v England begins at 5.15pm. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can access a choice of commentary, plus highlights from 730pm


Presented By: Gabby Logan
Unknown: Andrew Cotter
Unknown: Lawrence Dallaglio.

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: Six Nations Rugby

Ireland v England
The atmosphere will be electric at Croke Park this evening for this crucial clash (kick-off 5.30). England can't afford to lose this one if they are to retain any hope of stealing Wales's title, while a win for Ireland would keep alive dreams of a winner-takes-all decider against Wales in the tournament's final game. John Inverdale hosts, with commentary by Eddie Butler and Brian Moore. Producer Ken Burton ; Editor Carl Hicks
Digital viewers can press red for a choice of alternative commentary, and later for highlights of today's games


Unknown: John Inverdale
Commentary By: Eddie Butler
Commentary By: Brian Moore.
Producer: Ken Burton
Editor: Carl Hicks

: Let's Dance for Comic Relief

2/4. Tonight's six fleet-footed celebrities include a trio of Dragons' Den entrepreneurs and a sprinkling of Blue Peter presenters old and new, as the charity dance spectacular continues. Series producer Barbara Lee ; Executive producer
Antonia Hurford-Jones Behind the scenes: p10; www.radiotimes.com/comic-relief


Producer: Barbara Lee
Producer: Antonia Hurford-Jones

: Casualty

Could We Be Heroes? An apparent cash windfall
RT CHOICE leads Kelsey to triumphantly hand in her notice.
Writer Jeff Povey ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Angus Jackson


Unknown: Jeff Povey
Producer: Rebecca Hedderly
Director: Angus Jackson
Nick Jordan: Michael French
Adam Trueman: Tristan Gemmill
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Tess Bateman: Suzanne Packer
Zoe Hanna: Sunetra Sarker
Ruth Winters: Georgia Taylor
Jessica Harrison: Gillian Kearney
Kelsey Phillips: Janine Mellor
Big Mac: Charles Dale
Jay Faldren: Ben Turner
Noel Garcia: Tony Marshall
Alice Chantrey: Sam Grey
Curtis Cooper: Abdul Salls
Jeff Collier: Matt Bardock
Dixie Dixon: Jane Hazleqrove
Snezana Lalovic: Ivana Basic
Louis Fairhead: Gregory Foreman
Henry Williams: Tom Chadbon
Ray Freedman: Jonathan McGuinness
Ravinder Theara: Maya Sondhi
Georgia Mcnair: Naomi Capron
Paul Mcnair: Michael Wilson
Maja Lalovic: Sophie Hesar
Artie Pullen: Terry Molloy
Rosie Pullen: Alison Pargeter

: The Old Guys

5/6. The Croft. Tom and Roy take up Sally's offer of a week's break in a Highland croft. But Tom is soon restless with rural life and invites Amber along.
Writers Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain ; Director Dewi Humphreys Producer Jack Docherty


Unknown: Jesse Armstrong
Unknown: Sam Bain
Director: Dewi Humphreys
Producer: Jack Docherty
Tom: Roger Lloyd Pack
Roy: Clive Swift
Sally: Jane Asher
Amber: Katherine Parkinson
Steve: Justin Edwards
Malcolm: Will Andrews

: BBC News

With Jane Hill.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne. Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: Jane Hill.
Unknown: Jay Wynne.

: Match of the Day

There are just four Premier League games for Gary Lineker and his pundits to get their teeth into today. Will Arsenal v Fulham or Everton v West Brom yield some controversy to discuss? Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am


Unknown: Gary Lineker
Producer: Andy Gilbert
Editor: Paul Armstrong

: A Question of Sport

A celebrity special with guests Ronan Keating , Bradley Walsh , Patrick Kielty and DJ Spoony.
Repeated on Friday at 7.30pm


Unknown: Ronan Keating
Unknown: Bradley Walsh
Unknown: Patrick Kielty

: Twelve Monkeys

Futuristic thriller with Bruce Willis. The year 2035: a convict is sent back in time to discover the source of an epidemic that wiped out most of humanity. Review page 35.
Director Terry Gilliam (1995, 15)


Unknown: Bruce Willis.
Director: Terry Gilliam

: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

Emily Blunt and Sir David Attenborough. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Emily Blunt
Unknown: Sir David Attenborough.

: BBC News

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