Premier League highlights. Shown yesterday at 10.30pm on BBC1
Actor James Redmond and girl band the Saturdays join host Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
Simon Rimmer's exclusive Sunday lunch menu in the November issue. On sale now, Â£3.10
A look at the new Coen Brothers comedy Burn after Reading.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1 Get your Radio Times Guide to Films 2009: page 19
Some of the world's leading gymnasts compete in the Glasgow Grand Prix at
Kelvin Hall. The main attraction for the fans will be Louis Smith, who became the first British gymnast to win an Olympic medal for 80 years when he took bronze on the pommel horse in Beijing.
There will also be a wealth of local support for Daniel Keatings, the Scottish teenager who reached the all-around final at the Olympics. Mitch Fenner and Christine Still join Matt Baker in the commentary box.
Cue the start of the final day's action from the Grand Prix at the SECC in Glasgow. Last season, Hong Kong's Marco Fu lifted the trophy and won his first ever ranking event title.
But whose name will be added to the trophy tonight? Seven frames will be played this afternoon. Presented by Hazel Irvine, with Steve Davis and John Parrott.
Teachers, governors, teaching assistants and head teachers from across the UK who have demonstrated excellence in their profession are honoured in this tenth ceremony, from the London Palladium. The winners in each of the 11 categories will be presented with a prestigious Plato award by a famous face. Myleene Klass and Jeremy Vine are in charge of proceedings.
Producer Catherine Stirk ; Exec producer Phil Dolling
2/4. American War. The historian delves into American attitudes towards war and unearths a tradition of profound debate on the subject that contradicts the popular view of a trigger-happy nation all too willing to unleash its military might. He visits San Antonio in Texas, where the significant military community is deeply divided on the merits of the current conflict in Iraq. Shown last Friday Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 8pm Any episode, after it has first been broadcast. is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
It's the final-frame countdown as the Grand Prix reaches its conclusion tonight with a maximum of ten frames left to decide the winner. Live coverage from the SECC in Glasgow, where the trophy and a cheque for Â£75,000 await the 2008 champion. Commentators are Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
Bubbly Goldie Hawn and the equally effervescent Sandi Toksvig will more than likely give the host a diverting time. This extended version of the programme, first seen last Thursday, also features a performance by the new Danish pop sensation Alphabeat. (Revised rpt)
3/26; series three. One of Us, One of Them. Angela uses her new, and dangerous, walking weapon against four nefarious villains laying siege to a bank. As Peter tries to avert a cataclysmic future, Hiro and Ando trace Daphne to Germany - but fall foul of the Haitian. Tracy Strauss leaves Washington in search of answers about Niki.
Regular cast on Wednesday Shown last Wednesday Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Series update at www.radiotimes.com/heroes
* Surreal thriller starring Poppy Montgomery. Against her husband's advice, an American lawyer heads to Mexico to find her missing sister and finds herself walking into a living nightmare. Review page 48. Director David Ocanas (2005)
Highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix, the 17th and penultimate round of the season, from the Sepang International Circuit.
Weekly round-up, presented by Gabby Logan, with interviews, features and reaction to all the latest headlines.
Shown last Monday on BBC1