Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
News Watch at 7.45.
James Martin is joined in the kitchen by chefs Nick Nairn and Michael Caines. BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food, £3.20; Olive, E3.40, both out monthly
Dave Myers and Si King search for quality bread and suggest ideas for home baking.
Dan Walker looks ahead to the weekend's action, including
Fulham v Arsenal and Stoke City v Manchester United. Match of the Day Live, featuring Ipswich v Newcastle, is at 5.05pm on BBC2
Press red 2.30-6pm to join Gabby Logan and keep up to date with the day's football news and results, while cable and satellite viewers only can join Mark Lawrenson for his predictions and pundit interviews 6.00-11.30am Danny Baker : page 28
Highlights from the 77-mile women's road race in the UCI Road World championships, held in Mendrisio, Switzerland. Presented by Jill Douglas.
Further coverage is tomorrow at 4.50pm on BBC2.
Press red 8.00-11.30am for live coverage from Switzerland
Live coverage of this afternoon's session at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, as grid positions are decided ahead of the 14th race of the season. Introduced by Jake Humphrey. Race coverage begins tomorrow at 12.10pm.
Press red from 11.55am for coverage of the third practice round and during qualifying for alternative commentary followed by replays
Mark Chapman presents this afternoon's results.
With guests Diane Parish,
Rufus Hound , Kate Garraway and John Craven.
1/11; series two. The human-jigsaw game show returns with Anton Du Beke alongside silver-clad captains Joe Swash and Austin Healey.
(Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel)
The Alison Graham column: page 45
What Austin Healey is watching: page 141
Today's Choices: Hole in the Wall 6.10 pm BBC1, BBC HD: Entertainment
This surely has to be the most idiotic show on television: grown men and women, dressed in shiny, embarrassingly unforgiving prophylactic one-piece jump suits, make silly shapes to avoid being dunked in a swimming pool by a moving polystyrene wall.
Well, it works for me, even though last year's host Dale Winton has been replaced by former team captain Anton Du Beke. The way he shouts the show's catchphrase "Bring on the wall!" just doesn't have the same ring to it as Le Winton's. And his charmless gags are awful.
Captains Austin Healey and Joe Swash are joined by what Du Beke charitably describes as "a dazzling array of celebrities" - Anne Diamond, Sophie Anderton, Radio 1's Comedy Dave and John Altman (EastEnders' Nick Cotton).
(Alison Graham TV editor)
The Alison Graham column: page 45; What Austin Healey is watching: page 141
2/13; series two. The Once and Future Queen Arthur is determined to win Camelot's jousting tournament on merit, so Merlin and Gwen help him to go under cover as an ordinary citizen. But danger lurks in the form of a ruthless bounty hunter. Writer Howard Overman ; Exec producers Johnny Capps, Julian Murphy
Director Jeremy Webb Repeated Friday at 8pm on BBC3 RT DIRECT: to order the series one DVD for just E17 (RRP E24.46) incl p&p, call [number removed] (BT landlines cost 5p per min: other networks vary) or visit bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at the checkout The Inside Story: page 46
Voice of the Dragon:
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Series seven. This week's eight celebrities return to the dancefloor to perform their Latin routines.
Series producer Liz Foley ; Executive producer Sam Donnelly Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two is weekdays at 6.30pm on BBC2 WEEKLY BLOG/ALESHA GALLERY: radiotimes.com/strictly
RT DIRECT: The Best of Strictly Come Dancing 2008 DVD only E13.99 (RRP E19.56) incl p&p. Use contact details above and quote [number removed]Strictly West Side: page 16
Sunset Syndrome. Zoe puts her job on the line trying to atone for a past decision after an old friend with a degenerative disease returns to Holby.
Writer Dana Fainaru ; Producer Anne-Louise Russell
Director Ian Barnes
Kathleen Dixie Dixon:
With Jane Hill.
Then Weather with Rob McElwee.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights include Manchester United's potentially tricky trip to face Stoke at the Britannia Stadium.
Editor Paul Armstrong Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am Danny Baker : page 28
Manish Bhasin presents highlights from today's games. Producers Paul Redman. Chris Downhan ; Editor Charles Balchin
Digital viewers can press red from 1am until 12 noon tomorrow for all the goals from the Football League, a round-up and debate
Guestsinclude Graham Norton. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview