A meal with a football theme.
Justin enters a wood. (SL)
The Tombliboos play a guessing game in the Pinky Ponk.
Penfold and Dangermouse battle a dragon. <R) <s)
Barney pretends to be Fred's son when an uncle visits.
11.35 Wilma and Betty enter a competition.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
With Jeremy Darroch, chief executive of BSkyB.
From Reims in France's Champagne region.
The bombing of Britain's provincial cities. Continues tomorrow at 2.05pm.
Ship of Thieves. One-time Catwoman Lee Meriwether guest-stars.
This Morning reporters Alison Hammond and Sharon Marshall compete in the kitchen.
From Milton Keynes.
Quiz in which the winners of famous game shows tackle a new set of challengers.
4/5. Zoe Wanamaker knew that her American actor father Sam fled to the UK at the time of the anti-communist witch hunts of the 1950s, when she was three. A visit to the FBI's Washington HQ reveals the extent of the risk he would have faced had he stayed. See yesterday's choice.
Shown yesterday at 9pm on BBC1 WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? MAGAZINE: price Â£4.25
8/8. The duo end their odyssey where it began, in the South East. At a vineyard on the Sussex Downs, James is challenged to pick the English sparkling wine from among a number of international examples. The pair then visit a traditional
Kentish hop garden and sample a re-creation of Churchill's favourite ale. But after 3,000 miles - and about as many units - what will be the drink they consider best epitomises modern Britain?
Executive producers Mark Hill and Chris Stuart Wine is the subject on We Need Answers, Thu at 10.30pm on BBC4 RT DIRECT: to pre-order the DVD (released 2 March) for Â£16.55 (RRP Â£19.99), plus free p&p, call [number removed] (standard rate) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at the checkout LONELY PLANET MAGAZINE: the third issue includes a search for the perfect whisky. Available 19 February, price Â£3.50
The three finalists face their most daunting task to date, as they cater for the 450-strong royal household at Buckingham Palace. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: available monthly, price E
The Secret Life of Your Body Clock. As far as the body is concerned, timing is everything, it seems. The science strand tonight explores how we are governed by our body clocks and why, for example, we are more likely to have a heart attack at Sam and crash our cars on the motorway at 2pm. Plus an explanation of why teenagers find it so difficult to get out of bed in the morning.
Director/Producer Alicky Sussman Why I Love...: www.radiotimes.com/horizon
13/16. Lauren Laverne visits U2, ahead of the release of their first album in five years, No Line on the Horizon. Will it mark a new musical direction?
And what of the lives of the band members as they approach 50? Bono, The Edge, Adam and Larry reveal all and give an intimate performance. The Culture Show Uncut is on Friday at 11.35pm. Series producer Graham Mitchell ; Executive producer
Edward Morgan www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
2/2. Celebration. Concluding this documentary from 2002 about the playwright, exploring the private and public dimensions of his life and work. Director Nigel Williams ; Producer Martin Rosenbaum
Languages & Travel Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Talk German 1-6 Practical course for beginners. 33670
5.30 Eurografters - Germany