The Silver Brumby
More animated adventures with the magnificent colt. (R)
Animated fun with Mr Bumpy and pals Molly Coddle and Squishington. (R)
Jonny and Hadji look into the attack of a ship by a giant squid. (R) (S)
A double bill of animated adventures.
(R) (S from 8.40)
Fun with the loveable youngsters. (R) (S)
Emma Ledden and Steve Wilson host the entertainment show, with a rundown of last night's Brit Awards, and new singles from dance funsters Vengaboys and boy band Mero. Jesse Spencer of Neighbours takes the Word Up challenge, while cameras follow Five in part four of the behind-the-scenes glimpse of their tour.
There's also fun with The Simpsons, Rugrats and Kenan and Kel, plus comic antics from Supergirly.
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Introduced by Steve Rider from Murrayfield.
12.20 Football Focus Ray Stubbs looks back at the week's games and forward to this weekend's
Premiership ties, which include Manchester United v Liverpool.
1.20 Rugby Union Build-Up
Jonathan Davies joins Steve Rider to look ahead to this afternoon's
Six Nations fixtures. (S)
1.50, 2.55 Six Nations Rugby Scotland v France
Live coverage from Murrayfield, with kick-off at 2pm. Scotland's hopes of regaining their title suffered a severe blow when they lost to newcomers Italy on the first day. Can they find the resources to overcome the powerful, fluid French team? Commentary by Bill McLaren and Gavin Hastings. (S)
1.50-3.45 (not PDC)
2.45 Around the Grounds Football team news from around the country.
3.45 Football Half-Times Updates.
3.50, 4.55 Six Nations Rugby Ireland v Italy
Live coverage from Lansdowne Road, with kick-off at 4pm. Italy have made an impressive start to their inaugural Six Nations campaign, with fly-half Diego Dominguezin particularly fine form. Ireland, despite having lost to the Italians three times in five encounters, have never lost to them in Dublin. Commentary from Nigel Starmer-Smith and Philip Matthews (S)
3.50-5.40 (not PDC)
4.45 Football Full-Times Results.
5.40 Final Score A roundup of the day's football news and results. Executive producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Carl Hicks (W) Webwatch: Six Nations championships sites: page 43
With Sian Williams. Weather with Peter Gibbs. (S)
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly host the new game show that tests friendships to the limit, with two teams of five friends fighting it out for the chance to win a holiday.
Producer Martin Scott ; Series producer Marion Farrelly (S) (W)
Lulu presents the fast-moving entertainment show featuring the Thunderball and National Lottery draws.
Terry Alderton supervises the games, as neighbours from Birmingham and Dorset compete to win a holiday for their street, plus live music from Bryan Adams and B*Witched. Director Simon Staffurth ; Producer Mobashir Dar (S) (W)
Life Support. Sean has come to a decision about his future - but will it include Tina? See Choice.
Episode written by Barnaby Marshall
Producer Tim Bradley ; Director Julie Edwards (S) (W) Casualty Kicks the Habit this week Monday to Friday at 11am Sandra Huggett : page 31
Followed by National Lottery Update
Homesick. Broken lifts in the Trotters' tower block are causing Grandad's legs to play up.
Written by John Sullivan ; Director/Producer Ray Butt (R) (S)
Carol is pursued by a love-struck holidaymaker, while Greg's antics turn his love-life into a dangerous farce.
Writer JH Bone ; Producer Julie Gardner ; Director Dan Zeff (S) (W)
With George Alagiah. Weather Peter Gibbs. (S)
Gary Lineker introduces all the goals and the best of the day's action from the Premiership, including highlights of Liverpool v Manchester United and Derby v Wimbledon.
Barry Davies , John Motson and TonyGubba commentate, with analysis from Trevor Brooking and Mark Lawrenson. Producer Paul McNamara : Executive editor Niall Sloane
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am (S) Alan Hansen on Manchester United: page 44
Davina McCall ,
Max Beesley , Esther Rantzen and Dean Sullivan join the regulars. Shown last Thursday (S) (W)
Followed by Weatherview
Two supernatural tales hosted by James Earl Jones. In the The Theatre, a young woman witnesses terrifying visions of her future in a cinema, while in Where the Dead
Are, a doctor discovers an old man on a sinister, isolated island who seemingly has the ability to raise the dead.
Director Robert Markowitz (1994.12) (S) Films: pp 64-67 *
With guests Michael Owen ,
Carl Fogarty , Frankie Dettori and Martin Offiah.
Shown last Monday (S) (W)