Tweenies Omnibus Will a new dog be accepted?
Starting seven days of Comic Relief-related children's shows. Ends 11.15. Rotten Ralph Ralph believes his cycling days are over.
6.50 Smurfs' Adventures Animated fun with the blue creatures.
7.10 Arthur Arthur and DW prepare a surprise party.
7.40 Looney Tunes With Sylvester andTweety.
8.10 Yvon of the Yukon Yvon pi ays king of the carnival.
8.35 The Wild Thornberrys A contest gets out of hand.
Sugababes and Darius Danesh join hosts Fearne Cotton and Simon Grant, while
Richard Blackwood talks about Comic Relief and there will be some sponsored silliness.
The quest for Britain's brightest star goes on in Celebrity Fastermind, plus Saturday Morning Fever, Whose Knees Are These? and Burp Auction. There's also cartoon comedy in The Woody Woodpecker Show and The Fairly Odd Parents, and live-action series Lizzie McGuire.
The Saturday Show Extra follows at 12 noon on CBBC channel
A look at the unlikely pop alliances forged in the name of Comic Relief, including this year's new single which sees Gareth Gates teaming up with BBC2'sKumars.
Celtic v Rangers
Live first-half coverage from Celtic Park of this season's third Old Firm league clash (kickoff 12.30pm). The previous two games have seen 11 goals, the first ending 3-3 and the next won 3-2 by Rangers. Introduced by Ray Stubbs with Peter Reid and Mark Lawrenson. Commentators
Steve Wilson and Pat Nevin.
Coverage continues on BBC2. Producer Phil Bigwood : Editor
Steve Rider and John Inverdale host an afternoon of rugby union, with Will Carling hosting the viewers' interactive service.
1.30 Ireland v France Live coverage from Lansdowne
Road of the match that will see Ireland out for revenge against holders France (kickoff 2pm). The French won 44-5 in Paris last season en route to their Grand Slam. Eddie Butler and Philip Matthews commentate.
4.00 Scotland v Wales Live first-half coverage from Murrayfield as the teams propping up the Six Nations table go head to head (kickoff 4pm). Commentary from Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies. Continues on BBC2.
TV presentation Ken Burton. Alan Griffiths Editor Carl Hicks BBCi: special digital options available
Arsenal v Chelsea
Live coverage of the stand-out tie from the FA Cup quarter-finals between these two London giants at Highbury, a rerun of last year's final (kickoff 5.15pm). Chelsea will be especially keen to avenge their 2-0 defeat last May. With Gary Lineker , Alan Hansen and Peter Schmeichel , and Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking commentating.
With Darren Jordon.
Followed by Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Eightcelebrities now remain in the Fame Academy in north London, each hoping to raise money for Comic Relief in the run-up to Friday's Red Nose Day. Each night the stars perform in a live sing-off in a battle to secure viewers' votes. Executive producer Richard Hopkins ; Series editor Louise Rainbow
Continues immediately on BBC3; more tomorrow on BBC1 at 7.20pm
www.bbc.co.uk/fameacademy Kevin and Carrie's new class: page 16
Contestants compete to travel the world. With
Eamonn Holmes. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball.
Director John L Spencer ; Producer Michael Mannes The National Lottery - Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 7.55pm
Fool for Love. Josh and Fin clash, while Ben treats Tony.
Written by Ginnie Hole ; Producer Steve Lightfoot ; Director Jeremy Webb
Angel Hair. Without wigs or doubles, how can a girl who hasjusthad her shoulder-length hair cut off grow it back within 48 hours? With Jack Dee and Adrian Edmondson.
Written by David Renwick ; Producer Verity Lambert
Director Christine Gernon
Sally Ellen Oakley:
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Michael Parkinson welcomes actor Kevin Spacey and comedian Lenny Henry , with music from Donny Osmond.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard
Spy thriller, the first of three films this week showing to mark Michael Caine 's 70th birthday. Harry Palmer is plunged into the treacherous world of counter-espionage. Widescreen. Review page 51.
Director Sidney J Furie (1965, PG) Play Dirty is tomorrow at 11.40pm
Barry Norman on Michael Caine : page 52 Followed by Weatherview
With Steve Davis , Sam
Torrance and Rich Hall. Shown lastwednesday
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