Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
James Martin is joined in the kitchen by Irish chef
Rachel Allen. Plus highlights from Rick Stein , The Great British Menu and Two Fat Ladies. BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food, E310; Olive, E3.40, both out monthly
A review of the week's action and a look ahead to the opening group matches in the Champions League.
Press red 2.30-6pm to keep up to date with the day's football news and results, while cable and satellite viewers can join Mark Lawrenson for his predictions and pundit interviews 6.00-11.30am
Coverage from Monza of the final round in Europe, as the drivers vie for pole position. Hosted by Jake Humphrey. Race coverage begins tomorrow at 12.10pm. Inside Fl is at 2.45am tonight on BBC2 RACE CALENDAR: radiotimes.com/fl
Press red from 9.55am for live coverage of the third practice round and during qualifying for alternative commentary, followed by replays
Murder in the Electric
Cathedral. Jessica discovers that her former teacher has been killed.
**** Animated retelling of the story of Moses, with the voices of Val Kilmer and Ralph Fiennes. Review p32.
Directors Brenda Chapman , Stephen Hickner and Simon Wells (1998, U)
Gabby Logan presents this afternoon's results.
Series six. The Art of Being Susan. Roger pops the question to Abi.
Steve Jones is joined by team captains Fern Britton and Jason Manford for the TVbased quiz show.
5/8. Tom Jones guest-stars as a penguin, while Wildlife on Mars sees detectives Sam Tyler and Gene Hunt resurrected as a pair of monkey cops.
Series producer Mark Lucey ; Exec producer Caroline Wright
Nine faces from the world of television drama, including Holby City's Luke Roberts , Taggart's Alex Norton and Rita Simons from EastEnders, compete for charity. Presented by Anne Robinson. Series producer Lamees Nuseibeh ; Executive producer
Singer/songwriter Pixie Lott performs in the studio, as the balls are set rolling. Christopher Biggins hosts. Director Nick Harris ; Series producer Julia McRow
New series. Dawn of the ED 1/2. The series returns after a short break with a two-part opener.
Adam's first day as the new clinical lead doesn't go to plan as he has trouble motivating his eight competitive new trainee doctors. Concludes tomorrow at 8pm.
Writer Daisy Coulam ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Paul Murphy PHOTO GALLERIES: radiotimes.com/casualty, Behind the scenes: page 8
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Clive Anderson introduces the concluding part of the rousing finale to the Proms season, live from the Royal Albert Hall. David Robertson conducts the BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra and the BBC Singers in a festive evening featuring the much-loved Last Night music by Arne, Parry and Elgar. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Also on BBC Radio 3
For the first time, all Proms in the Park concerts will be available to watch online at bbc.co.uk/proms from tomorrow morning until next Saturday BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £4.50 See Radio feature: page
With Kate Silverton.
Then Weather with Rob McElwee.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Spurs welcome Manchester United to White Hart Lane, Manchester City entertain Arsenal and Burnley attempt another giant-killing act at Anf ield. Producer Kelly Faulkner ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am bbc.co.uk/football Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10pm on BBC2
Highlights and all the goals from today's fixtures.
Digital viewers can press red from 12.45am until 12 noon tomorrow for all the goals from the Football League, a round-up and debate
Barry Manilow and Alan Davies guest. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview