More wacky fun hosted by Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood. With Batfink, BB3B and The Cramp Twins. Also on the CBBC channel.
BBCi: via the red button, digital viewers can Play Buttons, Balls and Bungalaa during cartoons and at the end of the show
With Avril Lavigne, McFly, Girls Aloud, Stereogram and the Faders. Plus a short taster for Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, which starts tonight at 6.15pm. Hosted by Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes.
(Repeated at 6pm on the CBBC channel)
Previews include Man United v
Portsmouth, Spurs v Fulham and Southampton v Arsenal. Plus FA Cup fifth-round action. Host
Manish Bhasin is joined by Mark Lawrenson , Gordon Strachan and Peter Schmeichel.
With John Inverdale and Jill Douglas.
1.05 Rugby Build-Up
2.00,2.50 Scotland v Italy
Two teams looking for their first points of the tournament clash at Murrayfield (kick-off 2.00).
Can the Scots exact revenge for their 20-14 defeat in Rome last year? Commentary by Andrew Cotter and Will Carling.
2.45 Around the Grounds
3.40 Football Half-Times
3.45, 4.55 France v Wales Two 100 per cent records are in peril in live coverage from Paris (kick-off 4.00). Les Bleus edged out the Welsh last year in Cardiff on their march to the Grand Slam. Commentary from Nick Mullins and Phillip Matthews.
Ireland v England is tomorrow at 2.30pm
4.50 Final Score
Producer Ken Burton BBCi: rugby fans can enjoy extra features, including a selection of commentaries, statistics and postmatch analysis (text [number removed] with questions): from 2.45, get the latest football news on Score Interactive
Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with John Hammond.
New series Red Nose Day will be upon us once more on 11 March, and as part of the run-up to the charity extravaganza, stars exercise their variable vocal skills as they audition on the banks of the Thames with the aim of raising money for Comic Relief.
Of the 13-strong group, only 12 will go forward to
Wednesday's 8pm show. Viewers will decide ten of those who will stay in the competition, the judges vote for another, leaving the celebrities themselves to determine the individual who is to depart. The result is at 9pm. With Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty. Director Alex Rudzinski : Executive producer Louise Rainbow Comic Relief Presents: Orphans of Nkandla is at 7.35pm on BBC2
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)
Naming Names. Bex's ordeal continues as she confronts the harsh reality of the evening's events.
Writer Catherine Tregenna ; Producer Sue Howells ; Director
Christopher King www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
Who's been hitting all the wrong notes? Find out as the first expulsion is announced. Coverage continues throughout the fortnight on BBC1, BBC3, CBBC and, as from Thursday, BBCi.
The cream of UK comedy comes together at the Hammersmith Apollo in west London to raise money for those affected by the Asian tsunami. Augmenting the amusement will be impressions, sketches, dance and hypnotism - and some special guests. Hosts include Jonathan Ross , Graham Norton , Jack Dee. Dawn French, Lily Savage and Julian Clary. Continues on BBC2. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Alex Hardcastle Gift of laughter: page 16
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with John Hammond.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Premiership highlights include Southampton v Arsenal, Manchester United v Portsmouth and Aston Villa v Everton. Presented by Gary Lineker. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 8.15am www.bbc.co.uk/motd Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
Action adventure sequel starring Adrian Paul and Christopher Lambert. Disillusioned immortal Connor MacLeod takes himself to a place of solitude, but returns to battle when an old foe invades. Review page 55.
Director Douglas Aarniokoski (2000,18)
Followed by Weatherview