Presented by Sonia Deol and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Chefs Madhur Jaffrey and Jason Atherton join James Martin to rustle up culinary treats. Plus another omelette challenge, wine choices by Oily Smith and archive cookery clips. OLIVE MAGAZINE: out monthly, E3.30
3/6. The chef demonstrates how to create baklava, a sweet treat made up of layers of f ilo pastry, filled with pistachio nuts and almonds. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: £3.10
A preview of the weekend's footy fixtures, including the quarter-finals of both the FA and Scottish Cups. Plus action from the latest Champions
Digital viewers can follow the day's action on Final Score. 2.30-6.00pm
Live coverage of the second day in Great Britain's Davis Cup tie against the Ukraine. The doubles are in action this afternoon - but the question is whether Britain's trump card, Andy Murray, will be asked to compete in addition to playing in two singles matches. And with a place in the World Group play-offs later in the year at stake, it won't be an easy decision for captain John Lloyd. Sue Barker presents, while commentary is provided by Andrew Castle and Greg Rusedski.
Further coverage is tomorrow at 12 noon on BBC2. (S)
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The afternoon's results from the FA Cup, Premier League,
Football League and Scotland. With Ray Stubbs.
Anne Robinson hosts a Weakest Link special, recalling the gaffes and goofs that have occurred during the filming of the quiz show.
Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram introduce the assault-course challenge contest.
Director Will Clough; Series producer Andrew Norgate
3/4. The third heat sees guests including Suggs, Zoe Ball and Angela Rippon performing iconic routines, while the stars of stage musical Mamma Mia ! show how it's done with a medley of Abba hits. Series producer Barbara Lee ; Executive producer
Antonia Hurford-Jones BBC3 joins in the Comic Relief fun tomorrow from 7pm, while Comic Relief: the Fools' Guide is on Monday at 9pm on BBC1 21 years of laughter: page 18; RT Comic Relief covers: www.radiotimes.com/comic-relief
Before a Fall. Kelsey finds she has put a few noses out of joint. But how can she make amends? Meanwhile, Adam's skills are put to the test by an unstable addict's efforts to procure methadone.
Writer Martin Jameson ; Director Will Sinclair
Producer Lucy Raffety
Kathleen Dixie Dixon:
6/6. The Courtesan. Fit to burst with sexual frustration after decades of reluctant celibacy, Roy, naturally egged on by Tom, visits a Soho prostitute called Katia. Meanwhile, the generally amoral Tom begins taking an interest in religion.
Writers Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain ; Producer John Docherty Director Dewi Humphreys
Series three. Spring. The potty Bishop of Mulberry is set to officiate at the baptism of Alice and Hugo's baby, with Geraldine and Owen as godparents. In a shock move, David asks Geraldine to marry him, and she accepts. But will she go through with it? Writers Richard Curtis , Paul Mayhew-Archer ; Director Gareth Carrivick Producer Margot Gavan Duffy and Jon Plowman
With Joanna Gosling.
Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary. Followed by National Lottery Update
Firefighting action drama starring
Joaquin Phoenix and John Travolta. A veteran Baltimore fireman is called out to deal with a blaze in a 20-storey building, but becomes trapped in the middle of the inferno himself. Review page 46.
Director Jay Russell (2004, 12)
Michael C Hall , James Corden and Annie Lennox. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview IS)