With Philippa Forrester.
Cheryl Baker takes her dog Malcolm to the woods, where all the trees seem to be his favourite.
Yogi Bear and his space guardians in a cartoon adventure.
Children's comedy series starring the Chuckle Brothers.
Written by Nick Mcivor Stereo
This morning's special guests include top American band NKOTB. Also in the studio, vet Mark Evans with some baby hedgehogs. He will be answering your calls on caring for animals. Plus, Trev and Simon's Video Garden, Run the Risk, Famous for Five Minutes and cartoon action with Eek the Cat.
Presented by Andi Peters, Emma Forbes, John Barrowman, Trev Neal and Simon Hickson.
Editor Chris Bellinger
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BBC LIVE AND KICKING MAGAZINE: the March issue includes another chance to vote for nominees in the Live and Kicking Red Nose Awards 1994 and a feature on the transformation of Emma Forbes into several famous film stars. Plus star interviews and competitions. Price 80p, from newsagents.
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
12.20 Football Focus
Bob Wilson looks ahead to today's sixth-round FA Cup ties.
12.55,1.25, 1.55 Racing
From Chepstow, featuring races at
1.00, 1.30 and 2.00.
1.15, 4.00, 5.05 Athletics
Action from the second day of the European indoor championships from Paris, including at 5.05pm live coverage of the men's 60m hurdles.
British super/middleweight championship from York Hall, Bethnal Green, London. Peckham's former European champion James Cook defends the British crown against up-and-coming Cornelius Carr from
Middlesbrough, who has a record of 22 wins in 22 fights.
2.10,3.10 Rugby League
Live coverage from Headingley of Castleford v Wigan - the first semi-final in the Challenge Cup
(kick-off at 2.15pm). The Yorkshire club are rugby league's form team and hope to stop holders Wigan from reaching Wembley for a seventh time.
2.55 Speed Skating
A report on the British short track championship from Humberside.
3.50 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
Frances Ruffelle sings the final two shortlisted songs. Viewers can vote for their choice when all eight songs are performed this Friday at 8.00pm.
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Adventure series featuring the classic comic strip hero.
Pheromone, My Lovely. When Lex Luthor romantically rejects a jealous chemist, she threatens to spray
Metropolis with a new perfume that will free everyone's romantic inhibitions.
Warren Mitchell drops in on Crinkley Bottom this week and racing commentator John McCririck proves he's the perfect candidate for a Gotcha. Plus NTV, the Panel Game and the Big Pork Pie. Producer Jonathan Beazley
Executive producer Michael Leggo
Tonight sees the return of master professional
John Parrott. Ken Doherty from Ireland and Steve Lemmens from Belgium give this week's trio of experts an international flavour. With referee
John Virgo and host Jim Davidson. Director Charles Garland
Producer John Burrowes
Terry Wogan is joined by resident guest
Frank Skinner with Jilly Cooper and James Pickles (formerly Judge Pickles ) to ponder another moral conundrum.
This week's mini-drama is about an unemployed man who finds some money and discovers it was won on the horses by someone who is already rich. Should he keep it? Two possible outcomes to the dilemma have been filmed and when Terry Wogan throws the phone lines open, it is the majority response from the viewers at home that decides which will be transmitted.
But the key to the proceedings is the interaction with you the viewer at home. Telephone 0[number removed]for "yes",
0[number removed]for "no"; calls cost no more than lOp. Producer Kevin Lygo
Executive producer TrishKinane
An Action Time production for BBCtv
Okey-Cokey Karaoke. Sharon gives it all she's got when she enters a karaoke competition with a holiday at stake. With Pauline Quirke ,
Linda Robson , Lesley Joseph and Philip Martin Brown.
Episode written by Geoffrey Deane Director Terry Kinane
Series producer Candida Julian-Jones An Alomo production for BBCtv
Hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour from
Esther Rantzen and the team, plus special guest June Whitfield, who presents viewers' news cuttings and gives her own comments on the week's news.
Call the hotline 081-752 with your urgent problems or for information.
Editor Bry her Scudamore
With John Humphrys.
Weather Peter Cockroft
Highlights of today's FA Cup sixth-round ties which involve both the hot favourites for the competition and this season's giant killers.
Manchester United have a home tie against either
Charlton Athletic, who beat
Blackburn in an earlier round, or Bristol City, who accounted for Liverpool. And Bolton
Wanderers are looking to add Oldham Athletic to their list of Premiership victims.
Plus the goals from today's Premiership matches.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Commentary by John Motson and Tony Gubba. Producer Vivien Kent ; Editor Brian Barwick
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True-life drama starring
A child's lies bring down the cold-blooded wrath of rough
Len Rowan on a couple who run a rural store in Missouri.
Director JamesSteven Sadwith
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