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: CBeebies

Ends 6.40.

Tweenies Omnibus.


Ends 12.00.
Rotten Ralph Animated adventures with the naughty cat.
6.50 Smurfs' Adventures Animated azure-tinged antics.
7.15 Arthur A small object causes confusion, and Arthur and Buster admire each other.
7.40 Looney Tunes Fun with Foghorn Leghorn and Daffy Duck.
8.10 Yvon of the Yukon Yvon is the prime suspect in a robbery.
8.35 The Wild Thornberrys Eliza and Tyler argue over which of them would make a better warrior.

: CBBC: The Saturday Show

A look at how two viewers got on when they modelled the new England football kit alongside David Beckham and Michael Owen. The winners of the Britain's muddiest soccer team competition are revealed, while D-Side and Atomic Kitten are in Top of the Pops Saturday.
Regular features include Celebrity Fastermind, Saturday Morning Fever, Whose Knees Are These? and Burp Auction. Plus cartoons The Woody Woodpecker Show and The Fairly Odd Parents, and the live action Lizzie McGuire. With Fearne Cotton and Simon Grant.
The Saturday Show Extra follows at 12 noon on CBBC channel
BBC Popgirl Magazine: first issue on sale 3 April, price £1.50


Band (Top of the Pops Saturday): D-Side
Group (Top of the Pops Saturday): Atomic Kitten
Presenter: Fearne Cotton
Presenter: Simon Grant
Director: James Morgan
Producer: Jon Donaldson
Producer: Jeremy Davies

: News; Weather

: Football Focus

The Premiership is put on hold as Ray Stubbs previews a busy week of Euro 2004 qualifiers, kicking off today with the home countries taking on Europe's footballing minnows. Coverage of Liechtenstein's encounter with England starts in Match of the Day Live at 5.15pm.


Unknown: Ray Stubbs

: Six Nations Grandstand

Steve Rider and John Inverdale present action from the annual rugby contest's final weekend.
1.00 France v Wales Wales had a torrid initiation into this year's Six Nations when they suffered a 33-20 defeat at the hands of Italy. But they put on a creditable show against Scotland and England, and will be looking to save face against the French, who so far have struggled to find the fluency that saw them win the Grand Slam in 2002. Commentary Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies.
3.00 Scotland v Italy The Scots struggled to overcome Wales and were whipped by the French and Irish, so will hope to restore pride with a comfortable victory over the Italians, who this year have proved they are no longer automatic favourites to pick up the wooden spoon.
TV presentation Grigor Stirling; Editor
Philip Bernie Ireland take on England tomorrow 1.30pm BBCi: interactive options available to digital viewers


Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Unknown: Jonathan Davies.
Editor: Philip Bernie

: Final Score

Results roundup.

: News

: Match of the Day Live

Liechtenstein v England
Live coverage from Vaduz (kickoff 5.30) of the first of England's two crucial Euro 2004 qualifiers this week.
A 2-1 win over Slovakia and a 2-2 draw with Macedonia have left England struggling for automatic qualification. After a humiliating defeat against Australia,
Sven-Goran Eriksson 's men have to emerge here with a convincing win.
Introduced by Gary Lineker , with Alan Hansen and Jamie Redknapp. Commentary: Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong Coverage of England's qualifier against Turkey is on Wednesday at 7.30pm Danny Kelly on cyborg Sven: page 12


Unknown: Sven-Goran Eriksson
Introduced By: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Alan Hansen
Unknown: Jamie Redknapp.
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Trevor Brooking.
Producer: Phil Bigwood
Editor: Paul Armstrong
Unknown: Danny Kelly

: BBC News

With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Rob McElwee.


Unknown: Darren Jordon.
Unknown: Rob McElwee.

: The National Lottery Wright Ticket

Dionne Warwick , Jools Holland and Ronan Keating perform on the music lottery show, hosted by Ian Wright.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Suzy Lamb


Unknown: Dionne Warwick
Unknown: Jools Holland
Unknown: Ronan Keating
Unknown: Ian Wright.
Director: Richard Valentine
Producer: Suzy Lamb

: Casualty

Side Effects. Harry is haunted by the past when he fails to revive a patient. Bex acts maliciously when she sees Jack.
Written by Stephen McAteer ; Producer Steve Lightfoot ; Director Gwennan Sage www.bbc.co.uk/casualty


Written By: Stephen McAteer
Producer: Steve Lightfoot
Harry Harper: Simon MacCorkindale
Josh Griffiths: Ian Bleasdale
Comfort Jones: Martina Laird
Lisa Duffin: Catherine Shipton
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Jack Vincent: Will Mellor
Lara Stone: Christine Stephen-Daly
Nikki Marshall: Kelly Harrison
Colette Griffiths: Adjoa Andoh
Simon Kaminski: Christopher Colquhoun
Tony Vincent: Lee Warburton
Anna Paul: Zita Sattar
Dillon Cahill: Dan Rymer
Roxanne Bird: Loo Brealey
Jane Winter: N'Deaye Baa-Clements
Merlin Jameson: Orlando Seale
Bex Reynolds: Sarah Manners
Selina Donovan: Elizabeth Carling
Gilbert Harris: Andrew Clover
Tom Evans: Michael Burns
Ade: Daniel Poyser
Billy: Brett Harris
PC Russell: Tarek Ramini
Chris Dempster: Paul Ireland

: The Murder Game

Reality TV meets the traditional murder-mystery in a new eight-part game show as amateur "investigators" try solving a fictional killing, with L25,000 in cash for the winner. In each programme, two would-be sleuths also endure the "killer's game", which sees one player voted off the show. The Murder Game- Inside HQ follows immediately on BBC3. Series editors Nichola Hagerty and David Tibballs BBCi: special features available to digital viewers www.bbc.co.uk/murdergame Dial in for murder: page 23


Editors: Nichola Hagerty
Editors: David Tibballs

: BBC News and Sport

With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Rob McElwee. (wj
Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: Darren Jordon.
Unknown: Rob McElwee.

: Parkinson

Rowan Atkinson makes a rare talk-show appearance tonight, alongside star of the Bond films Pierce Brosnan and impressionist Rory Bremner. Music from David Gray.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard


Unknown: Rowan Atkinson
Unknown: Pierce Brosnan
Unknown: Rory Bremner.
Unknown: David Gray.
Director: Stuart McDonald
Producer: Beatrice Ballard

: Boxing

Undefeated heavyweight Audley Harrison takes on Ratko Draskovic in his tenth professional fight.
Introduced from London's Wembley Conference Centre by John Inverdale , with Claude Abrams and Steve Bunce.
Editor Jim Bentley Boxing - This Bloody Business follows on BBC3 Coverage of the ABA finals is on Friday at 12.05am


Unknown: Audley Harrison
Unknown: Ratko Draskovic
Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Claude Abrams
Unknown: Steve Bunce.
Editor: Jim Bentley

: Tommy Boy

Comedy starring Chris Farley and David Spade.
When his father dies, bungling Tommy takes over the family factory.
Widescreen. Review page 43. Director Peter Segal (1995, 12)
Postponed from 14 March

Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Chris Farley
Unknown: David Spade.
Director: Peter Segal

: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

With Yoko
Ono, Jo Brand and Moloko. Shown yesterday


Unknown: With Yoko
Unknown: Jo Brand

: A Question of Sport

Guests include
Joe Calzaghe and Dean Macey. Shown last Wednesday


Unknown: Joe Calzaghe
Unknown: Dean MacEy.

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