Introduced by Hazel Irvine .
1.35 Athletics From Dublin, the continuing World Cross-country championships. Events today include the women's 4km and the men's 12km races.
2.45 Rugby Union Highlights of yesterday's Six Nations matches.
3.00 Racing The best of the card from Dubai World Cup Day, presented by Clare Balding.
3.30 Olympic Dreams Featuring the British women's curling team, who won Olympic gold so dramatically in Salt Lake City. 3.45 Rowing A week ahead of the 148th Boat Race, a report on the traditional Head of the River competition.
4.00 Motorcycling Coverage of the second round of the World Superbike championship, from Phillip Island, Australia. Troy Bayliss won the opening race. producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor
Ron Chakraborty WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Natural-history strand. Ends 7.15pm.
Series producer Simon Nash ; Editor Fiona Pitcher www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Pine Martens - Spirit of the Woods The pine marten was once reviled as a forest demon, but is now respected as a resourceful rogue. This film follows a mother plus her kits as she hunts in the forests of the Scottish Highlands.
Producer Manuel Hinge ; Series producer Robin Hellier
Rhinos - Built to Last? Made like an armour-plated tank yet almost as fast and agile as a racehorse, rhinos are one of nature's design classics. But they've been hunted to the verge of extinction, so has the rhino got what it takes to fight back? Narrated by Robert Lindsay.
Producer Lizzie Bewick ; Series editor Michael Gunton
My Brother the Taliban Fighter. What makes a young man give up a comfortable home in Britain and go to Afghanistan to fight for the Taliban? British Muslim Ajmal Khan sets out with reporter Sue Lloyd-Roberts to locate his brother, now a prisoner of war, and discover his motives.
Producer Christopher Kendall ; Editor Farah Durrani
Second in the four-part series about the Freud dynasty.
The Engineering of Consent. How Sigmund Freud 's ideas about the subconscious, which were propagated by his daughter Anna, and nephew Edward Bernays , were used by various agencies to develop mind-control techniques.
Producer Adam Curtis ; Executive producer Stephen Lambert
In a re-edited version of two episodes from last year's series, Mears looks at what he considers to be the most important factor in a survival situation - positive mental attitude. He then illustrates survival at sea, the world's largest wilderness. Director Martin Pailthorpe ; Series producer Dick Colthurst
3-4am. Jack attempts to repair his relationship with Nina. Palmer realises that he must confide in his family.
Repeated Friday at 10.30pm on BBC Choice
Sherry Palmer Penny:
Drama in a season of Oscar winners. After becoming the protege of ruthless wheeler-dealer Gordon Gekko , young broker Bud Fox breaks all the rules on his rise to the top. Live coverage of this year's Oscars follows. Review page 52. Director Oliver Stone (1987 15)
Stagecoach continues the Oscars season tomorrow at 1.35pm
Sir Larry Wildman:
Jonathan Ross hosts live coverage of the world's most prestigious film awards, presented from Los Angeles by Whoopi Goldberg. Among the various categories, eight British actors have been nominated. Highlights of the ceremony can be seen tomorrow at 10.35pm on BBC1.
Director Bruce Thompson ; Producer Tom Webber BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers
Oscars special begins on p30; Julian Fellowes 's kind of day: pl46
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
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