Wacky fun with Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood. Including Batfink, BB3B and The Cramp Twins. Also on the CBBC channel.
BBCi: digital viewers can play Buttons, Balls and Bungalaa via the red button, during cartoons and at the end of the show
Music from Embrace, Keisha White and Cassidy, Delta Goodrem, VS., Beverley Knight and Shapeshifters.
(Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel)
Keisha White and
Arsenal v Sheffield United or West Ham United
Live coverage as Arsenal take on Sheffield Utd or West Ham in this FA Cup fifth-round tie at Highbury (kick-off 12.30). After suffering a bitter Premiership defeat against Manchester Utd, which effectively ended the Gunners' title hopes, Arsene Wenger 's men will at least be confident of booking themselves a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals as they face the third game in a row against Championship opposition.
With Ray Stubbs. Steve Wilson and Mark Bright commentate. Producer Jim Irving
Editor Andrew Clement Everton v Manchester Utd is at 525pm
Presented by Ray Stubbs.
2.30 Around the Grounds
2.35 London Olympic Bid News
2.40 Snooker , 3.50 Live action from Wembley Conference Centre as the Masters contest reaches the semi-final stage. This time last year eventual champion
Paul Hunter secured his place in the final following a decisive 6-3 defeat of John Higgins.
3.45 Football Half-TimesProducer Sally Richardson
Editor Philip Bernie BBCi: football fans can access the latest news on Score Interactive from 2.45-6pm
Everton v Manchester United
Two North West rivals with a renowned FA Cup pedigree vie for supremacy in this eagerly awaited all-Premiership fifth-round tie (kick-off 5.30).
The last two FA Cup meetings between these two sides have been finals, with Manchester Utd winning in 1985 and Everton lifting the trophy a decade on. Fans' emotions will be running particularly high tonight - former Toffees wunderkind Wayne Rooney is set to return to Goodison Park for the first time since joining Alex Ferguson 's side last summer. Who will make it through to Monday's quarter-final draw?
Presented by Gary Lineker and Alan Hansen , with Peter Reid and Peter Schmeichel (who reappears at 120am). John Motson and Mark Lawrenson commentate.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
There's a round-the-world trip to be won in the quiz hosted by Eamonn Holmes. Plus tonight's draws.
Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Michael Mannes TO BE A CONTESTANT: call [number removed]4461 (calls cost 60p max)
A Valentine's party ends in horror for Bex. Meanwhile, the net closes in on Ellen.
Alison Graham on a difficult subject in TV drama: p 65
Medical Drama: Casualty 8.10pm BBC1
The usual welter of disparate cases faces the Holby staff this week, from a young man with serious injuries after being trapped under a car, to a girl fighting for her life after an allergic reaction.
As usual, though, the medical personnel are more wrapped up in their own emotional predicaments. Daft Bex (Sarah Manners) is moping around after ex-boyfriend Pete, and attends a Valentine's Day ball in the hope of erasing him from her memory. Unfortunately, as luck would have it, she bumps into Pete on the dance floor (as you do). The evening doesn't end happily.
Abs, meanwhile, continues to needle dim Ellen, who's up to her ears in trouble, though he takes a little time to meddle in a pregnant teenager's personal life, jumping to the wrong conclusion in the process.
(Alison Graham, TV editor)
A host of pop crooners - including Phil Collins , Wet Wet Wet, Girls Aloud, Michael Buble , II Divo, Bonnie Tyler and ABC - join Ronan Keating and Tess Daly for this second feel-good celebration of classic balladry. Plus contributions from Celine Dion , Tony Bennett , Lemar, Donny Osmond , Chris de Burgh and Suggs.
Director Richard Valentine : Producer Barrie Kelly BBCi: digital viewers can access karaoke via the red button
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Darren Bett.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of today's six FA Cup fifth-round ties, including Everton v Manchester United and Arsenal's third successive clash with a Championship side. Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Lance Hardy
Repeated tomorrow at 8.20am www.bbc.co.uk/motd
Kooky comedy crime thriller, featuring an ensemble cast led by Danny Aiello. An ageing hitman's latest assignment leads to some curious encounters with California's oddball inhabitants. Review page 53.
Director John Herzfeld (1996, 18)
Followed by Weatherview
Peter Schmeichel and Paul Hunter guest on the genial quiz. Shown yesterday
With Mario. Shown yesterday