Breakfast in the broom cupboard with Andi Peters.
Fun and laughter to start the day. Today, Wiz Bang gets into a department store lift and ends up under the sea.
Cartoon set in a mystical and enchanted forest. Elderbit tells the children a story about the sea and they decide to go and find out more for themselves.
The food and fun series.
This week, Hot Chef Gary Rhodes is presenter Cheryl Baker 's guest at the flat.
Plus a visit to meet Tilly M the traditional pie maker, and Cheryl sings Boogie Woogie.
Special guests this morning include Joanna Lumley , with news of this year's Red Nose Day for Comic Relief. Taking viewers' calls are, from Grange Hill, Kelly George (Ray) and Clare and Julie Buckfield (twins Natasha and Natalie Stevens ); and there's a visit from musician and environmentalist
Sting. Plus a review of the latest videos, viewers' letters and calls, cartoon action, and Shane Richie and Peter Simon
Run the Risk! Presented by Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield , with Robbie Williams from Take That!, Trev Neal and Simon Hickson.
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Introduced by Steve Rider from Cardiff.
12.20 Football Focus
12.50 News; 12.55 Racing
1.40 Rugby union; 1.55 Racing
2.10 Rugby union; 4.35 Final Score
Wales v England
Live coverage of the British Gas international from the National Stadium, Cardiff (kick-off at 2.30pm).
In 1991, England won in Cardiff for the first time in 28 years. On that day, they began their current run of nine consecutive championship victories. After the win over France, another triumph today would not only see Will Carling 's side ensure their first back-to-back successes at the Arms Park, but they would equal their best ever run in the championship. Not for 68 years have they achieved ten wins in a row.
Wales, having missed the opening weekend of the championship, start their campaign looking to avoid a fourth consecutive defeat by England. They hope for a repeat of their last victory in the fixture, when they won 12-9 in 1989 in Cardiff.
Commentary by Bill McLaren and Eddie Butler.
France v Scotland
From Pare des Princes, Paris. Highlights at 4.00pm. Despite losing narrowly in their match against England in January, France showed signs of improvement. They are looking to extend their run of 11 consecutive victories over the Scots in their capital.
Scotland, after their opening success over Ireland, will travel to Paris hopeful of a first triumph at the "new" Pare des Princes, and also of their first win on French soil since 1969.
Commentary by John Jeffrey and Nigel Starmer-Smith .
A look back at the best of last weekend's action from the Premier League. Plus a review of the midweek FA Cup Fourth Round replays. With Bob Wilson and Gary Lineker.
World Championships from
Japan. The competition to find the best all-round male skier in the world gets underway with the opening section in the men's combined, the downhill. Austria's Stefan Eberharter was the only double gold medallist at the last World
Championships in 1991, when he captured this title.
Commentary by David Vine.
1.00 Huntsman Handicap Chase (2'/2m)
1.30 John Hughes Grand National Trial Chase (3m 6f)
2.00 Philip Comes Saddle of Gold Stayers Novice Hurdle (3m). With commentary by Jim McGrath , Julian Wilson and Richard Pitman.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather John Kettley
The panel game that tests two teams of celebrities on the world of entertainment.
Among those joining Mike Smith this week is ace astronomer and xylophone player Patrick Moore who teams up with Cyberzone presenter and Red Dwarf star
Craig Charles. Their opponents are Baz Bamigboye , who as the Daily Mail's showbusiness editor should know all the answers, and Big Break's John Virgo who is challenged to sing the most annoying signature tune of 1992. Director John Rooney
Producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Noel Edmonds invites some more celebrities to join him for an evening of entertainment at Crinkley Bottom. TV chefs
Peter Hudson and David Halls have to cope with a particularly well-done "Gotcha"; Leslie Grantham puts Noel in his place; and snooker star
John Parrott tries to Grab a Grand.
But who is the Aussie bloke with a beard?
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Some more magical illusions from Paul Daniels , and speciality acts from around the world including Germany's superstars of balance, the Liazeed, and from France, "master cardician" Philippe Socrate. Featuring Debbie McGee and Martin Daniels.
Director/Producer Geoff Miles
Family Matters. An attack on a drunk leads to a murder charge in the casualty department. A family is divided when a young girl is brought in showing signs of abuse.
Episode written by Robin Mukherjee Producer Geraint Morris Director Tom Cotter
Another chance to see episodes from the first series of Laurence Marks and Maurice
Gran's comedy starring Pauline Quirke Linda Robson
Just Visiting. Sharon and Tracey have come to terms with their husbands' imprisonment and try to explain things to Tracey's son.
Director Tony Dow
Producer Esta Charkham
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
More hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour from Esther Rantzen and her team, including this week a gander at the fastest goose in the west. Plus the search for the most talented town in Britain. With
Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills , Howard Leader and Kevin Devine.
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Highlights from two of the day's top Premier League matches plus all the goals from the rest of this afternoon's fixtures, and the result of last month's Goal of the Month competition. Commentary by John Motson and Tony Gubba. Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
The first sequel to Planet of the Apes, starring Charlton Heston Earth: the distant future. In a world where intelligent apes rule primitive humans, Taylor - a marooned astronaut from the past - is the only man who can speak. He uncovers evidence of a sinister group of intelligent beings - mutants from the atomic age.
Director Ted Post
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