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 Estelle, who also braves it On the Spot. Plus new sensation Mario, Natasha Bedingfield and rock band Thirteen Senses. Hosts are Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes.
(Repeated at 6pm on the CBBC channel)
Previews include Chelsea v
Crystal Palace, Newcastle's trip to Portsmouth and tomorrow's Merseyside clash with Liverpool taking on Everton. Presented by Manish Bhasin.
Presented by Steve Rider.
12.50 Italy v France
Reigning champions France face an improving Italy side (kick-off
1.00). But Les Bleus have only lost once to Italy in 25 meetings.
2.55 Around the Grounds
3.00,4.20 Wales v Ireland
The action switches to a crunch clash at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium (kick-off 3.30).
Wales famously edged out
England here on the opening weekend, but have not beaten Ireland on home soil for over two decades. And with the inspirational Brian O'Driscoll back in the fold, the Irish will be confident of a sixth straight win against their hosts. Live coverage of England v Scotland begins at 5.45pm.
4.15,5.15 Football News
TV presentation (Wales v Ireland)
Alan Griffiths : Editor Carl Hicks 8070370! BBCi: digital viewers can enjoy extra features, including statistics, a range of commentaries and postmatch analysis (text [number removed] with questions): plus from 2.45 the latest football news on Score Intemctm
England v Scotland
The hallowed turf of Twickenham has witnessed some classic clashes and this final Six Nations match of 2005 promises to be one of them (kick-off 6.00).
Although top honours are not at stake national pride is, along with the Calcutta Cup. Injury problems and a host of retirements have seen Andy Robinson 's men struggle for the second year in a row. Scotland would love to hamper the progress of their old foes with a first Twickenham success since 1983. But. like England, they got off to a terrible start to this year's series and left themselves facing an uphill battle to avoid a second successive wooden spoon.
Presented by John Inverdale , with commentary by Nick Mullins and Andy Nicol.
TV presentation Gareth Mainwaring : Editor Ron Chakraborty BBCi: digital viewers can enjoy extra features, including statistics, a range of commentaries and postmatch analysis (text questions to [number removed])
A lavish and luxurious international destination awaits the winner of tonight's general knowledge quiz hosted by Eamonn Holmes. Plus tonight's draws. Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Michael Mannes
Animals. It's Bex's first day back at work but it's also the start of yet another ordeal. Things are looking up for Abs. Another episode tomorrow at 8.10pm.
Writer Gregory Evans ; Producer Sue Howells ; Director Declan O'Dwyer More cast on Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
DS Bob Bntton:
DC Julie Hardy:
PC Gavin Burrows:
1/2. A Russian-set thriller based on the novel by Robert Harris and starring Daniel Craig. A routine job for Oxford historian Fluke Kelso turns into a search for the final secret of Josef Stalin and a murderous chase across night-time Russia. Concludes tomorrow 9pm. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais ; Producer Christopher Hall Director Jon Jones
For cast see Sunday Daniel Craig stars in Love Is the Devil at 12.20am on BBC2
Taking on Stalin: page 22; RT Direct book offer page 24
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Isobel Lang.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of today's Premiership matches, including Chelsea v Crystal Palace and Portsmouth's encounter with Newcastle. Presented by Gary Lineker.
Editor Derek Demuth Revised repeat tomorrow at 8.10am March of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
Ghoulish horror thriller starring Ewan McGregor and Nick Nolte. A law student working as nightwatchman at a mortuary becomes entangled in the hunt for a serial killer. Review page 57.
Director Ole Bornedal (1997, 18)
Followed by Weatherview
Guests from rugby's Six
Nations countries, Shown yesterday