Breakfast in the broom cupboard with Andi Peters.
Fun and laughter to start the day.
Animated adventures set in a mystical and enchanted forest.
The food and fun series.
This week, Cheryl Baker goes shopping at Billingsgate market where she learns how to fillet fish. Back home, she cooks fisherman's pie and guest
Simon Skinner cooks her some buttermilk pancakes.
A triple bill of classic cartoons with the famous cat-and-mouse double act.
Special guests this morning include Michaela Strachan from
The Really Wild Show, New Yorker Paula Danziger with news and reviews from the world of books, pop group Right Said Fred, and Going Live!'s cook Emma Forbes gets set for pancake day on Tuesday. Noel Edmonds extends a Saturday morning invitation to Crinkley Bottom and Peter Simon and Shane Richie Run the Risk! with three more teams. Plus the latest pop videos, viewers letters and calls, and cartoon adventures with the Chipmunks and Pirates of Dark Water. Presented by Sarah Greene , Phillip Schofield , Trev Neal and Simon Hickson. Editor Chris Bellinger
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
12.55 Racing; 1.10 News
1.15Rugbyunion; 1.25 Racing
1.40 Rugby union; 1.55 Racing
2.10 Rugby union; 4.35 Final Score
Scotland v Wales
Live coverage of the Royal
Bank of Scotland international in the Five Nations championship from
Murrayfield, Edinburgh (kick-off at 2.30pm).
After the thrilling Welsh victory over the English in Cardiff a fortnight ago, the result of this match is certain to be vital to the outcome of the championship, with both teams able to win the Triple Crown. Wales won last season's encounter in Cardiff and now travel to Murrayfield in search of their first victory on Scottish soil since 1985. A Welsh win would also see them enjoy back-to-back victories over the Scots for the first time in seven years.
Scotland's record at home in the championship in recent seasons is second to none. They will hope to stretch that record and register not only their fourth successive victory over Wales at Murrayfield, but also their fifth win in seven games between the sides.
Commentary by Bill McLaren and Eddie . Butler Irelandv France
From Lansdowne Road, Dublin. Highlights at 4.00pm of the Digital international. Ireland's first outing in the championship since their opening weekend defeat at Murrayfield against Scotland sees them entertain
France, who have enjoyed their recent excursions to Dublin.
A French victory would not only be their eighth in a row over the Irish but would also be their fourth consecutive win at
Ireland have to go back ten years for their last win over France. Winger Moss Finn , with two tries, was the hero in 1983. A repeat performance today would prevent the French achieving their greatest period of dominance ever in this fixture.
Commentary by Nigel Starmer -Smith and Hugo MacNeill.
A look back at a week in which
England, Scotland and Northern Ireland were all involved in important World
Cup qualifying matches. Plus a review of last weekend's FA
Cup Fifth Round ties.
(Match of the Day is at 10. 10pm)
1.00 Persian War Premier Novices'
Hurdle (2m 4½f)
1.30 Mitsubishi Shogun Trophy Chase (2m 3½f)
2.00 Allbright Bitter Hurdle (Limited H'cap. 2m 4Vif)
A stepping stone for champion hurdle horses on the way to
Cheltenham. Commentary by Jim McGrath and Richard Pitman. Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather Penny Tranter
The celebrity entertainment panel game. Joining Mike Smith this week are: Edinburgh
Festival Perrier Award-winning impressionist and comedian John Thomson who teams up with Blue Peter presenter John Leslie to play against comedy actress Ann Bryson and, in a rare personal appearance, veteran star of 21 Carry On films, Kenneth Connor. Director John Rooney
Producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Noel Edmonds opens the doors of Crinkley Bottom to some more celebrities for another evening of fun and games. His guests include Watchdog's troubleshooters Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton and Olympic medal-winning swimmer Nick Gillingham. Wait Till I Get You Home throws some more parents into the pool of embarrassment while NTV is ready to expose another astonished viewer.
Director/Producer Michael Leggo
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Magical illusions and speciality acts from around the world.
Including this week living body sculpture from Canada's outstanding balancing act Vis Versa, Swedish card star
Lennart Green , a ghost story, and bobbins that mysteriously change colour. With Debbie McGee and Martin Daniels.
Director/Producer Geoff Miles
Drama series set in Holby City Hospital's Accident and Emergency Department.
No Cause for Concern. A cargo ship's exhausted captain and first officer push themselves too far and regret their actions. A joyride goes wrong when a stolen van hides a deadly weapon. Duffy has a secret to tell Charlie.
Episode written by Bryan Elsley Producer Geraint Morris
Director Alan Wareing
Another chance to see the first series of Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran's comedy starring Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson.
Dorien invites Tracey to a posh "do", but as usual she has an ulterior motive. Sharon earns some real money for once in her life - without signing off the dole.
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
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More hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour from Esther Rantzen and her team, including this week the little girl who has raised E50,000 for cancer research. With Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills , Howard Leader and Kevin Devine.
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Highlights from two of this afternoon's top Premier
League matches plus all the goals from the day's other fixtures. Commentary by John Motson and Barry Davies. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.
Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
Action drama starring Robert Mitchum
Former private detective
Harry Kilmer is summoned urgently to Japan by a wealthy shipping magnate and discovers that the man's daughter is being held hostage by the Yakuza - the Japanese "mafia". Kilmer and a former Yakuza member decide to take on the organisation - a dangerous and bloody task.
Director Sydney Pollack
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