Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood bring live mayhem from the one-storey funhouse. With Batfink, BB3B and The Cramp Twins.
(Also on CBBC.)
BBCi: via the red button, digital viewers can play Buttons, Balls and Bungalaa aunng cartoons and at the end of the show
With Freefaller, Sunset Strippers, Rachel Stevens, Girls Aloud and Green Day. Hosted by Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes.
(Repeated at 6pm on the CBBC channel)
Bolton Wanderers v Arsenal
The first of three all-Premiership FA Cup quarter-finals this weekend is a potential thriller which pits Sam Allardyce 's high-flying
Trotters against the Premiership champions (kick-off 12.15). Can the mercurial Londoners reach their fifth consecutive semi-final? Presented by Ray Stubbs.
Producer James Irving ; Editor
Andrew Clement Southampton v Man Utd is at 5.10pm
With Steve Rider, John Inverdale.
2.20 Ireland v France
Second-half coverage from Lansdowne Road in what could be the decisive game in this year's tournament. With commentary from Eddie Butler and Phillip Matthews.
3.30 Rugby Build-Up
Setting the scene for England v Italy.
4.00 England v Italy
After a dire start to the tournament, England will expect to be on safer ground at Twickenham when they host Italy - the only other team without a win. Nick Mullins and Brian Moore commentate.
Coverage continues on BBC2. Senior producer Jonathan Bramley
Editor Carl Hicks
BBCi: rugby fans can enjoy an array of extra features, including a selection of commentaries, statistics and post-match analysis (text [number removed] with questions)
News and results round-up.
Southampton v Manchester United
Two sides who are installed at opposite ends of the Premiership and are desperately seeking silverware clash at St Mary's for a coveted place in the FA Cup semi-finals (kick-off 5.15). With Gary Lineker.
Holders Manchester United, who remain in the frame to catch Chelsea in the title race, still have their eyes on a possible double and will start favourites after Cup wins against Middlesbrough and Everton, although the Saints will always fancy their chances against the Red Devils in this competition: in a classic David v Goliath encounter in the 1976 final, Saints were cast as the underdogs yet ran out 1-0 victors over the then all-conquering United. They will, however, be without midfielder David Prutton who is serving a ten-match suspension.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong Blackburn Rovers v Leicester City is tomorrow at 1pm
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Helen Young.
A lavish and luxurious international destination awaits the winner of tonight's general knowledge quiz hosted by Eamonn Holmes. Plus tonight's Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
Director Nigel Saunders : Series producer Michael Mannes
Whether you're fanatical about film or crazy about comedy, this is the chance to test your knowledge of the entertainment industry. In the studio, groups of surfers, bankers, dustmen, bankers, entertainers, celebrities and ladies from the Women's Institute compete to see who has the upper hand. As usual Phillip Schofield is on hand to reveal which of the groups have the greatest powers of recall, while Anne Robinson fires the questions.
Viewers can take part digitally via the red button, online, with their mobile, with pen and paper or - for the first time - with Wap phones. The programme continues after the news at 10.05pm.
Director Julian Smith ; Series producer Alexandra Henderson Videoplus code for 8.15-11.l5pm (non-PDC) www.bbc.co.uk/testthenation
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Helen Young.
Followed by National Lottery Update
As the results of the quiz are announced, viewers can find out how well they have done, as well as which of the studio groups excelled and which part of the country best knows their screen goddesses from their TV legends.
Nail-biting action thriller starring Sylvester Stallone and John Lithgow. Former mountain-rescue climber Gabe Walker is persuaded to come out of retirement to help answer a distress call from a crash-landed plane. When he and fellow rescuer Hal Tucker reach the site, they discover the passengers are members of a criminal gang, who want Walker and Tucker to help retrieve their stolen money. Review page 53.
Director Renny Harlin (1993, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
New Order and Phantom
Planet perform. Shown yesterday on BBC2