Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Timetable on Monday CONTACT: call [number removed] (7.30am-12 midnight); text on [number removed]. or via www.bbc.co.uk/breakfast
Topical studio discussion. Executive editor David O'Keeffe
Followed by News; Weather
Nicki Chapman and Robert Nisbet host the week's last chat show. Contact details Wednesday Followed by News; Weather
In a special edition to tie in with the start of the Six Nations, top Players are on hand as winners of a Grandstand competition have their lounge transformed with a rugby theme.
The antiques challenge comes from Oakington fair in Cambridgeshire. Followed by News; Weather
Lome Spicer and Gordon Whistance are on the Costa del Sol to tempt British buyers with a revamped home.
Nina and Taj become closer.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Mar-Cel Wave. George has a glimpse into the past when an elderly patient is proposed to.
Episode written by Carole Simpson Solazzo More cast Wednesday
When Thieves Fall Out. A man claiming innocence in a murder is released after 20 years in jail and vows to find the culprit. First shown on ITV
Pom and Rockit find their reflections in the Funpuddle.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody gets frozen in Wally's store, and Chilly barges in while Smedley is bonding with a bear.
Paul and Barry look after a bookshop and meet a strange visitor from the past.
4.10 The Scooby-Doo Show
The ghoul-thwarting gang encounter criminal activity during a storm.
Taj's Valentine's text-messaging service goes horribly wrong.
5.00 Blue Peter
Basil Brush joins the team for a Valentine's Day special.
Rptd next Mon on BBC2
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including weather and sport.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Rob McElwee.
A rugby union-themed edition to coincide with tomorrow's Six Nations kickoff, with guests Jeremy Guscott of England, Rob Henderson of Ireland, France's Thomas Castaignede and Welsh legend Jonathan Davies joining Sue Barker , Frankie Dettori and Ally McCoist. Six Nations Preview is at 12.10am. Producer Phil Wye ; Series producer Carl Doran Rptd tomorrow
Fearne Cotton introduces a selection of the week's hits.
Executive producer Chris Cowey Repeated tomorrow
The Square's residents cram into the Vic to say farewell to
I Mark. On Valentine's Day, Barry and Natalie are in contrasting moods. The next episode premieres at 8.30pm on BBC3.
Episode written by Simon Ashdown More cast on Thursday
Shown yesterday at 8pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
Dr Anthony Trueman:
Cash and Curry. Del proceeds with the biggest deal of his life, but does he know what he's buying?
Written by John Sullivan ; Director Martin Shardbw ; Producer Ray Butt
In the penultimate episode, the islanders mourn Kenny's passing. Gordon makes a gaffe while organising the funeral.
Written by Sergio Casci ; Producer Ros Anderton ; Director Morag Fullerton
With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Then Weather with Rob McElwee.
Celebrity chat, outside broadcasts and comedy from Belfast. Producer Rob Baker Rptd tomorrow www.bbc.co.uk/patrickkielty
Output from the new digital channel, which launched on Sunday. Ends 12.10. www.bbc.co.uk/three
Posh and Becks's Millions: Liquid Assets A look at how
Victoria and David Beckham 's careers have made them one of Britain's wealthiest couples. Shown Tuesday 8.30pm on BBC3
Rugby stars past and present set the scene for the annual tournament, which kicks off tomorrow with live coverage of Italy v Wales on BBC1.
Another taster of BBC3's output. Ends 1.25.
3 Non-Blondes Tameka Empson , Jocelyn Jee Eisen and Ninia Benjamin star in an outrageous new take on the hidden-camera format. Shown on Sunday at 11.45pm on BBC3 The verdict from the young faces of TV: page 18
Followed by Weatherview
Comedy starring Sidney James and Kenneth Williams. The path to true love proves rocky for a marriage bureau's clients. Widescreen. Review page 50. Director Gerald Thomas (1970, PG)