Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Actor Neil Pearson joins James Martin to face his food heaven or hell. With chefs John Torode and Will Holland. BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food. E3.10; Olive, E3.40, both out monthly
4/10. Nadia Sawalha tries to re-create a famous chef's romantic honeymoon meal on Italy's Amalfi coast. How to cook steak: page 30
Live coverage of qualifying from the Nurburgring. A year ago Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position ahead of Ferrari's Felipe Massa. Presented by Jake Humphrey. Commentary by Martin Brundle and Jonathan Legard. Race coverage begins tomorrow at 12.10pm. RACE CALENDER: radiotimes.com/fl Press red from 9.55am for live coverage of the third practice round, for alternative commentary during qualifying. and for a full replay from 9.30pm
Live action from the third day of the Scottish Open - the curtain-raiser to the Open, which begins on Thursday
(coverage from 9am on BBC2). With the cut made, the field will be jostling for position ahead of the final day. Presented by Hazel Irvine. Coverage of the final round begins tomorrow at 2pm on BBC2.
Press red for highlights from 6am and watch live coverage from 1pm
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ED Something Worth Fighting For 2/2. The real Sheriff returns from the dead having amassed a formidable army. Now he wants his castle back.
First shown on BBC2 Episodes 12 and 13 are showing in HD on BBC HD channel from 7pm
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6/7. Host Graham Norton springs more surprises on members of the audience, someone's sofa could win them a fabulous holiday, and a giant hamster may win one lucky caller some serious cash. Series producer Richard Greenwood
Executive producer Sam Donnelly Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
2/9; series two. Twenty brave contestants risk their dignity as they splash, crash, bounce and flounce their way around the demanding obstacle course. With Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram. Director Will Clough ; Executive producer Andy Rowe RICHARD HAMMOND PHOTOS: radiotimes.com/richard-hammond
New series. 1/8. Fast-paced family game show in which competitors are challenged to make informed guesses at the answers to a series of brain-teasers. Presented by Nick Knowles. Includes the Lotto, Dream Number and Thunderball draws with Gethin Jones.
Series producer Warren Prentice
Executive producer Richard Hague
Ashes. Jordon faces a difficult decision. Zoe, meanwhile, makes a serious mistake, Jessica returns from Saudi and Curtis chooses his best man.
Writer Martin Jameson ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Simon Massey FAMOUS GUESTS PHOTO GALLERY: radiotimes.com/casualty
Kathleen Dixie Dixon:
6/6. It's kiss-me-quick hats and candyfloss all round as Michael heads south for an evening by the seaside at the Brighton Dome. He is joined on stage by Micky Flanagan , Jo Caulfield and Jon Richardson , along with unique pub landlord Al Murray. Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Anthony Caveney Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
With Riz Lateef.
Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary. Followed by National Lottery Update
Explosive science-fiction action adventure starring Bruce Wllis. When a giant asteroid threatens Earth's survival, Nasa hatches a plan to drill into the rock and plant a nuclear device that will blow it apart. With time running out, the task of saving mankind falls to ace oil man Harry S Stamper and his band of unlikely heroes. Review page 41.
Director Michael Bay (1998,15)
Harry S Stamper:
A J Frost:
Charles Chick Chapple:
Guests include Vivienne Westwood. Shown yesterday
Followed by Weatherview