Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
Newswatch at 7.45.
Singer Chris de Burgh faces his food heaven and hell, while the guest chefs are Michael Caines and Lawrence Keogh. OLIVE MAGAZINE: out monthly, E3.30
5/6. The chef makes a rich poppy seed cake, which is smothered with a vanilla buttercream icing. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: E
Preview of the weekend's crucial fixtures, which include Man United's trip to Fulham. With Manish Bhasin. Final Score is at 4.30pm on BBC2.
Digital viewers can follow the day's action on Final Score. 2.30-6.00pm
Italy v France
Live coverage of the first of three consecutive matches on the last day of the championship comes from the Stadio Flaminio in Rome where the Azzurri, last year's reluctant wooden spoon recipients, take on Les Bleus, who have lost only once to the Italians in 30 meetings (kick-off
1.15). Hosted by Dan Walker , with guest Rafael Ibanez , and commentary by Nick Mullins and Rob Henderson. <s)
3.15 England v Scotland
Twickenham is the venue for this year's Calcutta Cup showdown and the penultimate match of the competition (kick-off 3.30). The Scots have not won on this ground for 26 years, but they are the current holders of the prestigious trophy after their 15-9 success at Murrayfield last year. introduced by Gabby Logan , with studio guests
Lawrence Dallaglio , Jeremy Guscott and Andy Nicol , and commentary by Andrew Cotter and Brian Moore. Live coverage of Wales v Ireland begins at 5.20pm. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red for a choice of commentary on both matches, and a forum at 7.30pm. followed by highlights Rugby rules!: page 35
Wales v Ireland
Coverage from the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, of the championship's final match and what could well be the title decider (kick-off 5.30). The Irish have lost only once in their last 11 matches on Welsh soil, while Wales beat England 23-15 in their only other home game in this year's tournament. Presented by John Inverdale , with studio guests Jonathan Davies and Keith Wood , and commentary from Eddie Butler and Phillip Matthews. Includes News Update at half-time.
Executive producer Paul Davies ; Editor Carl Hicks Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red for a choice of commentary, and a forum at 7.30pm, followed by rolling highlights
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Contestants splash, crash, bounce and flounce their way through the demanding obstacle course in Argentina as they put their strength, balance and bravery to the test. With Richard Hammond. Director Will Clough; Series producer Andrew Norgate
Lie Low. Big Mac is in a contemplative mood as he reflects on the events that led to his arrest.
Writer Dana Fainuru ; Producer Anne-Louise Russell
Director Jon Sen
Comedy's king of kvetch Jack Dee is joined by guest comics Jason Manford and Russell Howard. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Anthony Caveney There's more comedy from the Apollo at 11.05pm on BBC3
With Nick Owen. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of the London derby between Spurs and Chelsea, plus today's other fixtures which included Newcastle v Arsenal. Gary Lineker presents. Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am The Inside Story: page 54
Phil Taylor , David Coulthard , Richard Dunwoody and Alan Curbishley join team captains
Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell. Hosted by Sue Barker. Producers Gareth JM Edwards and Caroline Roberts-Cherry
Repeated on Friday at 7.30pm
**** Vivid crime drama with Andy Garcia. With his business in deep trouble, reformed criminal Jimmy "the Saint" Tosnia comes out of retirement to pull off a lucrative one-off job. Review page 43. Director Gary Fleder (1995, 18)
Michael Sheen and Lionel Richie guest. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview
Watch again with BBC iPlayer, up to seven days after broadcast - some series are available in full - at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer