Breakfast in the broom cupboard with Andi Peters.
Fun and laughter to start the day. Scrooge has three visitors.
Animated adventures set in a mystical and enchanted forest. Bossabit finds the garden of flowers dying.
The food and fun series.
Today, Cheryl Baker goes to the United States, where she shows how to make an authentic New England clam chowder in Boston, a jambalaya in New Orleans and a key lime pie in Florida.
Special guests this morning include award-winning journalist John Simpson and wildlife film-maker Simon King. Chris Evans and Gaby Roslin of Channel 4's The Big Breakfast will be asking viewers to "phone in, it's just for fun" and there's music from P M Dawn and Ugly Kid Joe. Andi Peters presents Game Talk and Shane Richie and Peter Simon Run the Risk! with three more teams. Plus, all the latest pop videos 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 from Twickenham.
12.20 Football Focus
1.00 News; 1.05 Racing
1.20 Rugby union; 1.35 Racing
1.50 Rugby union; 2.05 Racing
2.20 Rugby union; 4.40 Final Score
England v Scotland Live coverage from
Twickenham of the Save and Prosper international in the Five Nations Championship
(kick-off at 2.45pm). The 110th meeting of the "auld enemy" brings the sides together to contest the Calcutta Cup for the 1 00th time. After home wins over Ireland and Wales,
Scotland look to end their Five
Nations season with a victory over the English that will not only ensure the Calcutta Cup but also an 11 th Triple Crown. A Scottish triumph would improve a dismal record at Twickenham and provide a fitting send-off for retiring coach Ian McGeechan. England will hope to prevent a first
Scottish victory on English soil for ten years and in doing so record their fourth consecutive victory in the fixture, something they haven't done for 36 years. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Bill Beaumont.
Wales v Ireland
Highlights of the Digital international from Cardiff at
4.15pm. After a defeat in Scotland, Wales return to the scene of their triumph over England in February to entertain Ireland. The Irish have a good record at the Arms Park and will look to record their fourth win in five outings there. By contrast, home fans will hope to inspire their side as they strive to register their first win over the Irish in Cardiff for ten years.
Commentary Nigel Starmer -Smith and Hugo MacNeill.
1.10 Eastleigh H'cap Hurdle (2m %f)
1.40 Berkshire Hurdle (2m 5f)
2.10 Rocking Horse Nursery Handicap Chase (2m 4f)
With Cheltenham ten days away, the Berkshire Hurdle is a final stepping stone for top-class hurdlers. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Richard Pitman.
A preview of this weekend's FA Cup Sixth Round ties.
Manchester City entertain
Tottenham Hotspur in a repeat of the 1981 Cup final. Plus, a repeat of the 1978final as Arsenal travel to meet Ipswich. Lancashire-Yorkshire rivalry is rekindled with Blackburn Rovers playing host to Sheffield United, and Sheffield Wednesday face the prospect of a match against Derby County. It's also quarter-final day in Scotland. Cup-holders Rangers look to have a straightforward game away to Arbroath. Hearts v
Falkirk is a repeat of last year's quarter final.
Rugby television presentation Johnnie Watherston and Gareth Mainwanng
(Match of the Day: the Road to Wembley at 10.05pm)
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With Andrew Harvey.
Weather Peter Cockroft
The panel game that tests two teams of celebrities on the world of entertainment. Joining Mike Smith this week is
Jonathon Morris , star of BBC 1 's Bread. He teams up with actress Eve Ferret to play against Geoffrey Hughes (who played Eddie Yates in Coronation Street and now stars in Keeping Up
Appearances) and comedian Kevin Day , one of Jonathan Ross 's Saturday Zoo regulars. Director John Rooney
Producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Noel Edmonds invites some more celebrities to join him at Crinkley Bottom. This week, Olympic athlete Kriss Akabusi thinks he has uncovered a scandal at a country house, until he is dramatically presented with a Gotcha. There's a strangely Eurovision feel to Open the Cupboard, an opportunity to admire the top five Party Pieces, and, of course, the chance that you might be the star of NTV. Director/Producer Michael Leggo
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Lighthearted adventure, starring Ally Sheedy
At a cost of$11 million, Robot Number Five was built to kill.
Then lightning strikes and he goes AWOL. While on the run, Number Five encounters animal lover Stephanie and, with childlike wonder and innocence, starts to discover the world around him. The army, however, regards him as a malfunctioning menace and not even his inventor believes what Stephanie has discovered - that Number Five is alive.
Director John Badham
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Another chance to see the first episode in the second series of the comedy created by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, starring Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson.
With their husbands still in prison, sisters Sharon and Tracey turn to their neighbour, Dorien, for help when their central heating breaks down.
This episode was written by Peter Tilbury, who has since created Lenny Henry's Thursday-evening series Chef!
An Alomo production for BBCtv
"Not up to It":
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Peter Cockroft
More hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour from Esther Rantzen and her team. With Gavin Campbell,
Adrian Mills , Howard Leader and Kevin Devine.
Director Chris Fox
Editor Bryher Scudamore
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In the FA Cup Sixth Round today, Blackburn Rovers were at home to Sheffield United and Ipswich Town played host to Arsenal. Match of the Day presents highlights from this afternoon's ties and a roundup of key action from today's
Premier League fixtures. Plus the result of February's Goal of the Month competition.
Commentary by John Motson and Barry Davies. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
(Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur is live tomorrowat 3.00pm on BBC1, with highlights of Derby County v Sheffield Wednesday on Monday at 10.55pm)
INewsreel-style dramatisation of a landmark FBI case, starring
1931, Thayer, Missouri :
Francis Alvin Karpis , aged 24, begins his infamous career of murder, robbery and kidnapping, which is to earn him the dubious distinction of being called Public Enemy Number One.
Director Marvin Chomsky
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