Presented by Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid.
Gregg Wallace welcomes chef Mike Robinson to the kitchen to cook the winning dish from today's viewers' vote; Richard Corrigan celebrates St Patrick's Day with a classic Irish stew; and Rick Stein begins his Seafood Lowers' Guide. Producer Michael Connock
Editor Elaine Bancroft BBCi: special programme features are available by pressing the red button on your handset, or via the website
Live coverage from the National indoor Arena, Birmingham, of day two in the three-day World Indoor championships.
The full timetable is as follows:
10.50 Women's 800m semi-finals
11.15 Women's 60m hurdles round one
11.55 Men's 60m hurdles round one
12.30 Women's 4x400m semi-finals
12.55 Men's 4x400m semi-finals Introduced by Roger Black with Michael Johnson. Commentary from Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Sally Gunnell and Phil Jones. Further coverage at 4.05pm. Producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Michael Cole
Featuring a theatre company for those with disabilities. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Wednesday at 1.55am on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
A look at new releases
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and Life of David Gale.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
Mexico, USA, Canada and Alaska. On the final leg of his journey, Michael Palin heads back to Diomede Island, where his voyage began.
The Gang's All Here. The duo seek revenge on a group of armed robbers, in another crime drama in the Watching the Detectives strand.
Coverage continues of the World Indoor championships, with eight World titles up for grabs. The full timetable is as follows:
4.05 Men's longjump final
4.20 Women's 60m hurdles semi-finals
4.40 Women's 1500m semi-finals
5.00 Men's high jump final
5.05 Men's 60m hurdles semi-finals; Women's triple jump final
5.30 Women's 400m semi-finals
5.40 Men's 400m semi-finals
5.55 Men's 800m semi-finals; Women's shot-put final
6.10 Men's 1500m final
6.20 Women's 200m final
6.30 Men's 200m final
6.40 Women's 3000m final Coverage continues tomorrow in Sunday Grandstand at 1155am on BBC2 www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Sweethearts of the Rodeo. In the early days of country music, female performers were not allowed to top the bill and struggled to land record contracts. Today they dominate the industry. The last in this four-part series charts the extraordinary turnaround in the fortunes of women in country music, with contributions from some of its leading female stars, including Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Shania Twain, kd Lang, Roseanne Cash and Emmylou Harris.
BBC book: The Story of Country
First of a new series revisiting Britain's design heritage in a journey spanning four decades and taking in iconic architecture, interiors, fashion and accessories.
Designing the '60s. With post-war blues a thing of the past, the 1960s heralded an international explosion in British pop culture. Among the designs that sprang from the flurry of innovation were the miniskirt, which actually brought about a change in the tax laws, the Austin Mini, a cult car which broke through class barriers, and one of the most famous album covers of all time - the Beatles'
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Adam Faith ,
Terence Conran , Mary Quant and Tony Benn talk about this exhilarating decade. Presented by Penelope Keith.
Producer Nadia Haggar; Series producer Mary Sackville West
The penultimate episode of Steven Spielberg 's sci-fi series. John. The military's attempt to claim its prize sends Lisa and Charlie on a desperate mission to rescue Allie. But is their daughter really as defenceless as she seems?
Repeated on Friday at 11.35pm www.bbc.co.uk/taken
Concluding Mark Lamarr 's four-part history of US comedy. Stand Up is Dead, Long Live Stand Up. The early nineties saw many US comedians move from the stage to the small screen. But while performers like Jerry Seinfeld ,
Garry Shandling and Roseanne Barr followed Bill Cosby 's lead, a new generation of black stand-up comedians, such as Chris Rock and the Original Kings of Comedy, began to emerge. Contains strong language and potentially offensive material.
Director Richard Downes ; Series producer Allan Campbell
Justin Moorhouse of Phoenix Nights, the surreal Noel
Fielding and sketch duo Oram and Meeton join regulars Al Murray , Craig Hill , the Men in Coats, the Fifteenth Most Secret Ruler in the World, Dr Presley and host Dara O'Briain on the comedy showcase.
Director Dominic MacDonald : Series producer Gary Chippington
Portmanteau drama charting the changing experiences of lesbians in the United States through an intimate examination of the lives of three American women who have each lived in the same house over three decades.
Widescreen. Review page 45.
Directors Jane Anderson , Martha Coolidge and Anne Heche (2000.15)
Repeats are not indicated. www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
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