Animated equine adventures. (R)
Animated fun with Mr Bumpy. (R) (S)
Jessie finds herself in a lost land of ice and snow. (R)
Voice from the Past. Concluding a three-part story. As mysterious mogul Leslie Luckabee continues to wreak havoc in Metropolis, his evil cohort Mr Smith is intent on destruction of another kind. (R) (S)
Emma Ledden and Steve Wilson introduce more morning mayhem as world champion wrestler Goldberg storms into the studio, while chef Ken Hom celebrates the Chinese New Year with some sizzling recipes, and A1 perform their new single. Electric Circus talks to Steps about their new talent show, Steps to the Stars on Friday at 4.30pm on BBC1, and offers the lowdown on this year's Brit nominations, while athletes Dwayne Chambers and Julian Golding launch a new Olympic competition. Plus The Simpsons, Rugrats and Kenan and Kel, and comic antics from Supergirlie, the Leprechauns and Mr Blobby.
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The inaugural Six Nations championship introduced by Steve Rider from Cardiff's Millennium stadium.
12.20pm: Football Focus
Ray Stubbs previews today's Premiership action, and looks back at last week's FA Cup fifth-round ties.
1.20pm: Six Nations Preview
Jonathan Davies and Jeremy Guscott join Steve Rider to look ahead to the packed first day of the inaugural rugby union Six Nations championship.
2.00pm, 2.50pm, 4.00pm, 4.50pm: Six Nations Rugby
Live coverage of Italy v Scotland from the Stadio Flaminio in Rome. The Six Nations kicks off at 2.00pm and again at 2.50pm with newcomers Italy facing last year's Five Nations champions. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Gavin Hastings.
Live coverage of Wales v France from the Millennium stadium, Cardiff. The Six Nations kicks off at 4.00pm and again at 4.50pm. Last year Wales won in Paris by the narrowest of margins, but any sort of victory would please the capacity crowd today. Commentary from
Bill McLaren and Jonathan Davies.
2.45pm: Around the Grounds
3.45pm: Football Half-Times Updates
Updates from football.
4.45pm: Football Full-Times Updates
News of full results from Football.
5.45pm: Final Score
A roundup of the day's football news and results.
With Sian Williams. Weather Helen Young. (S)
Terry Wogan presents highlights from the archives.
Producer Tom Webber (S)
More family couples attempt unusual challenges, including candlemaking, marzipan modelling, balloon bursting and calypso dancing. With Melanie Stace. Last in the series.
Director Stuart Hall ; Producer Sue Andrew (S) (W)
Dale Winton welcomes some surprise musical guests to this week's Thunderball and National Lottery draws.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Peter Estall (S) (W)
Burned Out Hearts. Max is horrified when he realises that the patient in resus is his own son. A strange coincidence reunites a mother and son. See Choice.
Episode written by Susan Boyd
Producer Tim Bradley ; Director Tim Leandro (S) (W)
Followed by National Lottery Update
Finlay Newton Kwame:
Children and Growing Up. David and Nicki swap places for a week to prove how easy the other's job is. See Choice.
Writer Mark Clompus ; Producer Julie Gardner ; Director Keith Boak (S) (W) Burnt but still cool: page 18
With George Alagiah. Weather Helen Young. (S)
First of a new six-partuncompromising insight into the work of Security Leisure, the biggest club and pub security firm in the south west of England. Its doormen are tough men with controversial attitudes, whose tactics occasionally bring them into contact with the police. Producer Roy Chapman ; Series producer Dick Colthurst
Repeated on Monday at 11.40pm (S) (W) John Peel: page 15, Programme of the week: page 69
Gary Lineker introduces action from today's Premiership matches, focusing on Liverpool's clash with Leeds. Barry Davies , Jon Champion and Tony Gubba commentate, with analysis from Trevor Brooking and Mark Lawrenson. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am (S) Alan Hansen on video replays: page 40
How the Ghosts Stole Christmas. Mulder and Scully spend the night in a supposedly haunted mansion. Shown last Wednesday (S) (W)
Tommy Tieman introduces comedy from Tim Vine , Simon Evans , James Holmes and Jeff Innocent.
Director Becky Martin ; Producer Karen Rosie
Followed by Weathervlew
With guests Steve Redgrave ,
Matthew Pinsent , Niall Quinn and Kevin Phillips.
Shown last Monday (S) (W)