Breakfast in the broom cupboard with Andi Peters.
Henry's Cat Cartoon.
Fun and laughter to start the day. In today's programme, the traditional Snow White story gets a new twist.
Animated adventures set in a mystical and enchanted forest. Snagglebit and his friends encounter some strangers.
Who are they and why do they seem so interested in Lillybit?
The food and fun series.
This week, Cheryl Baker 's guest is Playdays presenter
Dave Benson Phillips. Today's theme is cold cooking and Cheryl makes a cake that "cooks" in the fridge.
A triple bill of classic cartoons with the famous cat-and-mouse double act.
This morning there's a chance to see the winning video in the Red Nose Pop Relief competition and Emma Freud investigates hamburgers in Check It Out. Shane Richie and Peter Simon present another gunge-filled edition of Run the Risk! and there's cartoon fun with the Chipmunks and Pirates of Dark Water.
Presented by Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield , with help from Trev Neal and Simon Hickson.
Editor Chris Bellinger
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
12.50 Racing; 1.10 News
1.15 Athletics; 1.25 Racing
1.40 Athletics; 1.55 Racing 2. 10 Rugby league
3.00 Motor racing 3. 10 Rugby league
3.50 Football half-times
4.00 Figure skating
4.40 Final Score
Live coverage (kick-off
2.15pm) of the first semi-final of the Silk Cut Challenge Cup, with the second semi-final next week. Wigan are still on course for a sixth consecutive title and meet either Bradford Northern or Oldham in one of the semi-finals. Leeds play Widnes or Hull KR in the other.
Commentary by Ray French .
Bob Wilson and Alan Hansen review the midweek Premier
League action and last weekend's FA Cup quarter-finals, and look ahead to this afternoon's matches.
(Match of the Day is at 10.20pm)
World Championships from Prague, Czechoslovakia.
Coverage of the ladies' free programme. With reigning champion Kristi Yamaguchi not competing, a new title winner is promised. American
Nancy Kerrigan looks to improve on her silver medal of a year ago, but faces competition from
Yuha Sato of Japan, China's Lu Chen , and European champion Surya Bonaly. Commentary by Alan Weeks and Barry Davies. (Coverage continues on BBC2)
IAAF World Indoor
Championships from Toronto. Action from the opening day of the competition, which saw five titles decided, the highlight being the search to find the fastest man and woman in the world over 60m. American
Andre Cason and Irina Sergeyeva of the Soviet Union took these titles back in 1991 in Seville. Cason should once again be a contender in the men's event. As for the women, Russia's Irina Privalova has already broken the world record in this current indoor season. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson.
1.00 Berkeley Hurdle (2m)
1.30 Lifetime UK Novices' Chase (Handicap. 2½m)
2.00 Beaufort Hurdle (2m)
With commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Richard Pitman. Plus a look ahead to the Cheltenham
Festival, coverage of which begins on Tuesday at 1.50pm onBBCl.
On the eve of the Formula 1 Grand Prix opener in South Africa, Steve Rider looks forward to the coming season. Plus the latest news on the grid for tomorrow's race from
Kyalami, which is being shown live from 11.55am on BBC2.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon
With Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
The panel game that tests two teams of celebrities on their knowledge of the world of entertainment. Joining Mike Smith this week are: daytime television presenter
Nick Owen , Jonathon Morris from Bread, actress Jan Ravens
(currently appearing in Carla Lane's Luv on Tuesdays on BBC1), and Coronation Street's Catherine Cusack (Carmel). Director John Rooney
Producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
In the last show of the series
Noel Edmonds opens the doors of Crinkley Bottom to celebrities including comedian Eddie Large , the victim of the final Gotcha. Plus, parental embarrassment in Wait till I Get You Home and another viewer is exposed by NTV.
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Comedy drama starring Clint Eastwood
LA trucker and bare- knuckle fighter Philo Beddoe has an unusual friend - Clyde the orang-utan. When Philo falls for and loses a country singer, as well as humiliating some Hell's Angels, the scene is set for action on the road to Denver.
Director James Fargo
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Another chance to see the second series of the comedy created by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, starring Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson.
With Lesley Joseph, Alun Lewis, Christine Ellerbeck and Owen Brenman.
While their husbands sew mailbags, Sharon and Tracey struggle to make ends meet with a little salesmanship.
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
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
Highlights from two of this afternoon's top Premier
League matches, plus analysis and action from the day's other games. Commentary by John Motson and Barry Davies .
Introduced by Desmond Lynam. ProducerVivien Kent Editor Brian Barwick
Second World War drama starring
1942: an officer is assigned to train the first Special Service
Force. Half of his command is a crack Canadian troop of hand-picked men, the rest are US army misfits. He has just four months to weld them into a disciplined fighting force.
Director Andrew V McLaglen
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