BBC One Today Saturday 18 March 2023

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What’s On BBC One Today Saturday 18 March 2023

A full run down of everything airing on BBC One today.


News, sport and entertainment reports

Saturday Kitchen Live

With chefs Theo Randall and Philli Armitage-Mattin, plus special guest Fleur East

Football Focus

Alex Scott look ahead to the weekend’s fixtures

BBC News

A round-up of the latest headlines


Live Six Nations Rugby Union

Scotland v Italy (Kick-off 12.30pm)

Scotland v Italy (Kick-off 12.30pm). Gabby Logan presents all the action from the opening match in the final round of fixtures, held at BT Murrayfield. Scotland recorded a 33-22 victory when the sides met in Rome last year and have enjoyed some encouraging results this time around, though defeats to France and Ireland mean they no longer have a chance of winning the title. Italy have been competitive in all their matches so far, but are still without a win. With analysis from Martin Johnson and John Barclay, and commentary by Andrew Cotter, Sam Warburton and Chris Paterson

Money for Nothing


Items found at Woking Recycling Centre include a set of discarded garden chairs

EJ Osborne searches for three items he can rescue and revamp at the recycling centre in Woking. An old plans chest needs some careful reworking at the hands of restorers Tom and Johnny, while woodworking wizard Norman Wilkinson is challenged with creating high-end furniture from a set of discarded garden chairs. EJ himself attempts to repurpose a pair of swivel stools

Comic Relief – Highlights 2023

Highlight’s of this year’s Red Nose Day

Final Score

A round-up of this afternoon’s football results

BBC News

A round-up of the latest headlines

This Is BBC One HD


Match of the Day Live: The FA Cup

Manchester City v Burnley (Kick-off 5.45pm)

Manchester City v Burnley (Kick-off 5.45pm). All the action from the sixth-round tie at Etihad Stadium. Burnley are managed by former City captain Vincent Kompany, who won this trophy twice while at the club. The Clarets have performed well under his stewardship and look set for an immediate return to the Premier League. However, they face the toughest of tests against the cup favourites, who tend to be particularly ruthless against lower league opposition, as shown in their 3-0 win away to Bristol City in the previous round. With analysis from Alan Shearer and Micah Richards

Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel


With guests including Jonathan Ross and Sara Cox

The comedian is back with his colossal spinning wheel, offering three contestants the chance to secure the final cash prize – but only one of them can play for the jackpot. Helping them along the way are celebrity experts Jonathan Ross on Comic Books, Vick Hope on Pop Music, Gareth Thomas on Rugby, Victoria Derbyshire on News, Tom Allen on Gardening, Chunkz on Maths, and Sara Cox on Dogs



Charlie questions his loyalties as the ED reaches breaking point

Charlie questions his loyalties when Robyn is brought into the ED following a car crash just as the department reaches breaking point, with limited staff available to treat her. David and Marty make a difficult decision, Jacob realises his actions might have devastating consequences, and Faith makes a horrifying discovery

Not Going Out


Lee decides to teach the twins about the facts of life

Lee thinks the twins are too young to be taught about sex at school and that their teacher Miss Anstis is too stuck up to teach it. He resolves that it is his duty as a father to teach his children everything he knows about the facts of life, discovering only when it is too late that his knowledge is somewhat limited. Comedy, starring Lee Mack and Sally Bretton

BBC News

A round-up of the latest headlines


Match of the Day

Highlights of the latest matches

Mark Chapman presents highlights of the latest Premier League matches, including Chelsea v Everton at Stamford Bridge and Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur at St Mary’s Stadium. Chelsea and the Toffees have both endured seasons to forget so far and will have been looking to get back on track with three points. Meanwhile, Spurs continued their bid to finish in the top four when they took on the relegation-threatened Saints. Plus, Aston Villa v Bournemouth, Brentford v Leicester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leeds United


Horror, starring Jamie Lee Curtis
2018 – Horror, Thriller

Movie: Halloween -

Four decades ago, Michael Myers terrorised the town of Haddonfield, Illinois and went on a killing spree, 15 years after murdering his sister. After a prison bus crashes, the killer is back in the wild, but survivor Laurie Strode is ready for his return. Director David Gordon Green’s horror sequel based on John Carpenter’s much imitated 1978 namesake movie. With Jamie Lee Curtis, returning to the franchise for the first time since 2002’s Halloween Resurrection, Judy Greer and Andi Matichak

Weather for the Week Ahead

A look ahead to the latest forecast

BBC News


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