Playing with the Tibbie twins spells trouble.
7.15 Looney Tunes
Tweety requires protection from Sylvester, thenDaffy hunts for bears.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
Tommy and Yvon discover a baby mammoth frozen in the snow.
Big Brovaz play live in the studio and a new "featured artist of the month" is announced.
Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar present the live, interactive entertainment show, which includes fun with Cavegirl and the cartoons Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats.
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10.35 Serious Jungle
Work on the orang-utan project is hampered by scorpions, homesickness is setting in and the weather is getting steadily worse. [web address removed]
Series Producer (Smile):
Ed Stone Is Gay. When Ed acts the perfect gentleman, Kate has doubts about his sexuality. Meanwhile, Beth's dad Bruno - played by guest star Michael Brandon of Dempseyand Makepeace - pays a visit.
Written by Jesse Armstrong. Sam Bain
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The young archaeologist's adventures take him to Paris where, working as a translator at the 1919 peace conference, he befriends a Vietnamese waiter. Starring
Sean Patrick Flanery, with guest star Anna Massey.
Lost Lakes of the Pacific. Shark-infested seas and beautiful coral reefs provide a backdrop for an underwater adventure in the Pacific. David Attenborough narrates a look at submarine caves, lost lakes, giant monsters and swarms of jellyfish.
Presented by John Inverdale.
1.35 Athletics Athletes from Britain, Russia, Sweden and Italy, plus a select European team, compete for the World Team Trophy - in which 110m hurdler Colin Jackson is set to become the most-capped male British athlete ever. Roger Black introduces the action from Glasgow's Kelvin Hall.
4.00 Ski Sunday Over 60 nations will be represented across ten events at the Alpine World championships, starting in St Moritz , Switzerland, this weekend. This afternoon's action, introduced by Hazel Irvine , begins with the men's super-G.
5.00 Rugby Special The latest news, with highlights from the week's major matches and interviews with the big names. TV presentation (Athletics) Martin Webster Editor Lawrence Duffy
In the first of two films, Charlotte Uhlenbroek and Gavin Thurston travel to witness the unusual behaviour of chimps in Africa's Gualogo forest.
Producer Brian Leith ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher .
Ospreys and Pine Martens. The osprey is filmed by Gordon Buchanan in the Highlands of Scotland, as well as one of Scotland's most elusive mammals, the pine marten.
Producer Roger Webb ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
Flying Home. Whooping cranes, the most endangered birds in America, are taught by a team of scientists and microlite pilots, to migrate the length of the country in an attempt to protect the species. Narrated by John Peel.
Producer Jo Sarsby ; Series editor Michael Gunton www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Chinese couples who are too busy to find a partner are brought together in their hundreds by Hu Yanping at her voluntary dating agency. But director Jiang Yue candidly discovers that Hu's life is a far cry from her matchmaking. She's a divorce lawyer, advising women to leave abusive husbands, and her own marriage is not ideal. This film, timed for Chinese New Year, concludes the New China, New Year season which began yesterday on BBC4.
Producer Mark Frith ; Editor Karen O'Connor
Coverage of the Masters, which began today at Wembley Conference Centre in London. Having won a Masters double last year, Paul Hunter begins his 2003 campaign against Scotland's Graeme Dott , while Matthew Stevens plays Ken Doherty. Presented by Ray Stubbs.
Producer Alison Witkover ; Executive producer Graham Fry
Architectural historian Dan Cruickshank travels throughout Iraq to explore the country's rich cultural heritage which could fall casualty to an imminent war. His journey takes him from the Kurdish border to the Garden of Eden, stopping off at Babylon, Nineveh and the Tower of Babel.
Producer Sam Hobkinson ; Executive producer Basil Comely Panorama - Tackling Saddam is at 10.15pm on BBC1
Prostitutes and pipe-smokers are among those attractions awaiting Jeremy Clarkson as he tours the Netherlands and Belgium in the second of a five-part trip around Europe. Series director Dennis Jarvis ; Series producer Andy Willman
Underneath. A murderer whom Doggett helped to convict is released, but can Scully catch him before he strikes again? www.bbc.co.uk/cult/xfiles
Gary Beadle from EastEnders, Chas Smash of Madness, singer Kathryn Williams and Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills guest. Shown last Monday
Ray Stubbs introduces highlights from the opening day's playatthe Masters.
Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. Edinburgh, 1832: a gifted doctor enters into a sinister relationship with a grave-robber to obtain cadavers for dissection. Review page 49.
Director Robert Wise (1945, PG) (BW)
Repeats are not indicated.
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