Chefs Gennaro Contaldo and Manju Malhi join host Gregg Wallace for this week's edition of the live, interactive food show. And while viewers vote for their favourite Italian recipe, Gary Rhodes explains how to eat al fresco in style.
BBCi: special programme features are available by pressing the red button on your handset, or via the website [web address removed]
Breadmaker and fryer offers: page 39; Jamie Oliver's funky fruit: page 39
Celtic v Rangers
Live coverage from Celtic Park switches from BBC1 for the second half. Match of the Day Arsenal v Chelsea FA Cup quarter-final is at 5.05pm on BBC1, with the Watford v Burnley quarter-final tomorrow at 1.15pm on BBC2
Viewers in Hove, Sussex bring their antiques for valuation with a view to auctioning them. Presented by dealer Paul Martin with advice from James Braxton and David Barby. Series producer Hannah Corneck ; Executive producer Mark Hill
(Revised repeat) How does Paul Martin measure up?: page 35
The epic account of the 1914-1918 conflict continues.
Following the declaration of war, the German army began to carry out one of the most famous military plans in history. Known as the Schlieffen Plan, its objective was to finish the war in 40 days.
(The next two episodes follow at 7.35pm on BBC4 and can be seen again next Saturday on BBC2.)
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RT Shop: book The Great War, Â£10.99 (usually Â£12.99) incl p&p. Call [number removed] (calls charged at national rate) or visit [web address removed]
Although country music is often seen as representing the forces of conservatism and tradition, it has a left-field streak. Tonight's episode focuses on the mavericks who reinvented country for their eras. It takes in the Bakersfield sound of Buck Owens and Merle Haggard, the outlaw music of Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings and the alternative country movement of today.
BBC book: The Story of Country Music by Colin Escott, Â£16.99
Terriers and hounds feature in the penultimate day of the dog show, introduced by Philippa Forrester . Elsewhere, Jessica Holm reports on the obedience competition.
Peter Purves covers agility and flyball, Frank Kane and Wayne Cavanaugh assess the breed rings and Melissa Hilton tracks down the more unusual and endearing dogs. Coverage of the final day starts tomorrow at 7pm.
Director Simon Hall ; Producer Jessica Wilson
Dropping the Dishes. With young Allie as bait the military aim to force an encounter, even as the girl's parents and Mary Crawford search for where the child is being held.
Repeated on Friday at 11.40pm Part nine follows at llpm on BBC3
Dr Chet Wakeman:
Third in Mark Lamarr 's four-part history of US comedy.
High Times. The 1970s ushered in a new breed of highly successful stand-up comedians: Steve Martin filled stadiums and Eddie Murphy became one of the biggest stars to emerge from TV. Meanwhile, George Carlin and Richard Pryor forged an edgier form of humour. Contains strong language. DirectorPaulineLaw;SeriesproducerAllanCampbell
Another chance to see the first three episodes of the second series of the US suspense drama showing back-to-back.
Part four is tomorrow at 10pm on BBC2.
8-9am. Jack is called upon to halt another terrorist plot while trying to cope with the death of his wife.
1.20: 9-10am. As Palmer tries to contain the rumours, Jack tries to go undercover with Wald's gang.
2.05: 10-11am. Wald's gang prepare to attack.
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Videoplus code for 12.40-2.50am (non-PDC)
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