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: Breakfast

Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.


Presenter: Susanna Reid
Presenter: Charlie Stayt

: Saturday Kitchen Best Bites

James Martin reheats tasty recipes from Michel Roux, Madhur Jaffrey and Glynn Purnell.
BBC Magazines: Good Food, £3.10; Olive, £3.40, both out monthly


Presenter: James Martin
Cook: Michel Roux
Cook: Madhur Jaffrey
Cook: Glynn Purnell

: Eating in the Sun: 7/10

In Tuscany, Nadia Sawalha tries to master ravioli, wild boar fillets and a spicy fig and ice cream dessert.


Presenter: Nadia Sawalha

: Football Focus

Dan Walker and guests look ahead to the opening round of fixtures in the new Football League season, focusing mainly on today's games in the Championship.
Live coverage of West Bromwich Albion v Newcastle is at 5.20pm
Press red 2.30-6pm to keep up to date with the day's football news and results


Presenter: Dan Walker

: Racing

Rishi Persad and Willie Carson present the first two races of the Shergar Cup from Ascot, the 1.10 and the 1.45.
Coverage continues on BBC2


Presenter: Rishi Persad
Presenter: Willie Carson

: Rugby League: Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves

Live coverage of the first Challenge Cup semi-final comes from the Stobart
Stadium (kick-off 2.30). The teams last met at this stage five years ago, when Brett Dallas's hat-trick of tries propelled the Warriors into the final, where they lost to
St Helens. Presented by Clare Balding, with commentary by Dave Woods and Jonathan Davies.
Coverage of the second semi-final begins tomorrow at 3.30pm on BBC2
Press red 4.30-5pm for post-match analysis, a round-up and debate


Rugby player: Brett Dallas
Presenter: Clare Balding
Commentator: Dave Woods
Commentator: Jonathan Davies

: Final Score

The afternoon's results from the opening round of fixtures in the Football League and non-League. Presented by Gabby Logan.


Presenter: Gabby Logan

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: Match of the Day Live: West Bromwich Albion v Newcastle United

The opening weekend of the 2009/10 Football League season brings live coverage from the Hawthorns (kick-off 5.30). Both teams are fresh to the Championship following relegation in May and will be hoping to get their promotion campaigns off to an excellent start. If last season's meetings are anything to go by, there will be no shortage of goals; eight were scored in the two games, with Newcastle winning on both occasions. Hosted by Gary Lineker.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
The Football League Show begins tonight at 11.45pm
BBC Match of the Day Magazine: out weekly price £1.90
It's coming home: page 5


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

: Total Wipeout: 6/9

Series two. Twenty more contestants propel themselves across a fiendish obstacle course. Richard Hammond presents from the safety of the studio.
Richard Hammond Photos: [web address removed]


Presenter: Richard Hammond
Director: Will Clough
Executive producer: Andy Rowe

: The National Lottery: Guesstimation: 5/8

Family game show presented by Nick Knowles.
With Lotto, Dream Number and Thunderball draws.
Digital viewers can press red for a chance to play along at home with a multiple choice option of four "guesstimate" answers to choose from


Presenter: Nick Knowles
Series producer: Warren Prentice
Executive producer: Richard Hague

: Outnumbered

Series two
A delay at the airport turns into a living nightmare for Mum and Dad. Ben wants to know the Spanish for "Can I have a go with your machine gun?", Karen wants global terrorism explained to her and Grandad wants the musak turned off.
What Hugh Dennis is watching: page


Writer/Director/Producer: Andy Hamilton
Writer/Director/Producer: Guy Jenkin
Pete: Hugh Dennis
Sue: Claire Skinner
Jake: Tyger Drew-Honey
Ben: Daniel Roche
Karen: Ramona Marquez
Grandad: David Ryall
Alice: Liz Crowther
Check-in attendant: Paul Clarkson
Ticket: Checker Maritkile
Baggage inspector: Tony Portacio

: BBC News

With Simon McCoy.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne
Followed by National Lottery Update


Newsreader: Simon McCoy
Weatherman: Jay Wynne

: Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

Action adventure based on the computer game, starring Angelina Jolie and Jon Voight. Aristocratic adventurer Lara Croft races against time to regain possession of an ancient artefact, the Triangle of Light, before the evil organisation known as the Illuminati uses it to gain control of time itself.
Review page 39 (2001, 12)


Director: Simon West
Lara Croft: Angelina Jolie
Lord Croft: Jon Voight
Bryce: Noah Taylor
Manfried Powell: Iain Glen
Alex West: Daniel Craig
Hillary: Christopher Barrie
Mr Pimms: Julian Rhind-Tutt
Distinguished gentleman: Richard Johnson
Wilson: Leslie Phillips

: The Football League Show

All the opening-day drama and all the goals from every division in this new
Saturday night highlights show. There's extended action from today's big games, plus special features and your chance to comment on the day's stories.
On Wednesday viewers can watch live coverage of Norway v Scotland at 5.45pm on BBC2 and League Cup highlights at 11.15pm on BBC1
Digital viewers can press red from 12.10am until 12 noon tomorrow to see all the goals, a round-up and debate, with Manish Bhasin
The Inside Story: page 48
Followed by Weatherview


Producer: Chris Downham.
Producer: Paul Redman
Editor: Charles Balchin
Presenter: Manish Bhasin

: BBC News

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