A lack of holidays induces the "January blues" for the young aardvark and his pals.
7.15 Looney Tunes
Tweety is is smuggled into a hotel, an animator taunts Bugs Bunny and Porky wins Daffy as a prize.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
An elderly Hollywood actress pays a visit on the defrosted Frenchman.
The Blazin' Squad boys join Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar on the I ive and interactive entertainment show, which includes fun with Cavegirl and the cartoons Bugs Bunny, Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats.
Plus Valentine's Day shorts and the furry-kitten family.
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10.35 Serious Jungle
The team are struggling to complete the outpost when a wild orang-utan attacks the site on the day before the opening. Last in series.[Web Address Removed]
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To Die-t For. Beth cooks a dinner that causes Scotty to be rushed to hospital.
Written by Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain First shown on BBC Choice
Hollywood Follies. While working as a junior executive at a film studio, Indy clashes with volatile Erich von Stroheim and goes on location with legendary John Ford. Starring
Sean Patrick Flanery.
Presented by Clare Balding.
1.00 Rugby Special
With the Six Nations championship starting next Saturday, all the competing countries have international players eager to impress their respective coaches as they play their final Premiership matches before joining up with their national squads.
Six Nations Preview - Friday 12.10am BBC1
1.40 Ski Sunday Special
From St Moritz in Switzerland, a double helping of downhill action at the World championships. Stephan Eberharter of Austria will be seeking victory over defending champion Hannes Trinkl. Meanwhile, Carole Montillet of France figures to be fighting off a pack of challengers led by Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria. Plus the best of the week's racing. Presented by Hazel Irvine. More skiing in the snooker mid-session interval. Further coverage is on Friday at 1pm
The Masters final gets under way at Wembley Conference Centre in London, where the first eight frames of the best-of-19-frames match will be played. Paul Hunter retained the title last year with a 10-9 win over Mark Williams. Presented by Ray Stubbs with Steve Davis, John Parrott.
Producer (Ski Sunday Special) Gabrielle Cook ; TV presentation (snooker)
Science-fiction adventure. During a Federation encounter with the Borg, a sphere escapes into the Earth's past via a temporal vortex. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise pursue the Federation's most fearsome enemy and try to stop them changing the future. Review page 45.
Director Jonathan Frakes (1996, 12)
Then Comic Relief Previewingtheupcomingfundraising event.
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A live, simultaneous broadcast with the new digital channel in which Johnny Vaughan showcases forthcoming BBC3 programmes alone with sketches and surorise guests.
BBC3 Launch Night: Director John FD Northover; Executive producer Lisa Clark Videoplus code for 7.00-9.00pm (PDC) www.bbc.co.uk/three Will BBC3 turn YOU on?: page 14
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A live edition of the comedy chat show kicks off a new, nightly series on BBC3, which can also be seen on BBC1 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The series continues tomorrow at llpm on BBC3. Series producer Ben Rigden ; Executive producer GregorCameron
Repeated tomorrow at 11.45pm on BBC1
The first of two live editions of the music programme showing tonight in which contemporary bands cover vintage compositions. Tonight, Sum 41 play Hell Song and I'm a Loser and Big Brovaz perform OK and ItAin 't
What You Do It's the Way That You Do It. With Dermot O'Leary. Director Chris Howe ; Producer Jim Parsons
First in a new comedy series for BBC3, featuring character-based sketches satirising modern life written and performed by Matt Lucas and David Walliams. Also featuring Anthony Head and narrated by Tom Baker.
Director Graham Linehan ; Producer Myfanwy Moore
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The second of tonight's shows.
Coverage from Wembley of the climax to the Masters final. A maximum of 11 frames will be played this evening as the two finalists battle for the trophy and a cheque for
£210,000. Presented by Ray Stubbs , with commentary coming from the team of Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor ,
John Virgo and Willie Thorne.
Improbable. When Reyes uses numerology to connect the murders of several women, she and Scully become trapped with a mysterious man. With Burt Reynolds.
Coverage from Las Vegas of Shane Mosley 's comeback fight against Raul Marquez. Back-to-back losses damaged ex-welterweight champion Mosley's standing as one of the sport's elite but a win over light-middleweight Marquez would serve notice of his intent in the higher weight division. Commentary by Jim Neily and Richie Woodhall.
Senior producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Jim Bentley
With Rochdale diva Lisa Stansfield , comedian Jimmy Carr ,
Moloko's Roisin Murphy and TV host Claudia Winkleman. Shown last Monday
Repeats are not Indicated.
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Working In the Arts 5.00 The Tool Kit to Communicating: Making the Best of Yourself
Open University 6.00 An A to Z of English
6.30 Simple Beginnings?