7.15 Looney Tunes
Including Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
Yvon unwittingly recruits some aliens.
Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar present the live and interactive show, which includes Cavegirl and cartoons Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats. Plus, Sugababes perform their latest single. Karen Williams reviews the latest beauty products, and Craig David chats about the Brit Awards.
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Feame Cotton at the RT covers party: p10
10.35 Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
A new 13-part series following two friends' mission to restore the rightful leader of a parallel world. A strange map changes Nick and Allegra's lives.
Mind games: page 34
Series Producer (Smile):
Output from the new digital channel. Ends 1.30pm. Michael Jackson 's Millions: Liquid Assets How the singer amassed his fortune. Repeated
Wednesday 8pm on BBC3
12.00 Celebdaq Deciding the value of celebrities in stockbroking terms.
Shown last Friday on BBC3
12.30 PM Dreamspaces Showcasing contemporary architecture.
Shown last Monday BBC3
1.00 Re:Covered Music show, including tracks from Sum 41 and Big Brovaz. Presented by Dermot O'Leary.
Shown last Sunday BBC3 Then Comic Relief Previewingthe fundraising event on 14 March.
Presented by Steve Rider and Clare Balding.
1.35 Olympic Dreams Profiling the current crop of British breaststroke swimmers.
1.40 Ski Sunday Special From St Moritz, final-day highlights from the World Skiing championships as the men's slalom medals are decided. All eyes will be
Britain's Alain Baxter , who was stripped of the bronze he won at last year's Olympics. With Hazel Irvine and Matt Chilton.
2.30 Six Nations Rugby
Scotland v Ireland Live coverage from Murrayfield (kickoff 3.00) of this Celtic clash. The Scots, led by Budge Pountney , have not lost at home to Ireland since
1985 and will be looking to extend that proud record. Ireland enjoyed a record 43-22 win over their opponents in Dublin in last year's Six Nations, and know an opening win here is vital if they are to challenge England and France for the title. Commentary by Nick Mullins , Phillip Matthews.
4.50 Athletics Highlights from the inaugural European Indoor Cup at Leipzig, Germany. Great Britain 's men will be favourites to win the eight-team event, while the women's team will do well to match the might of Germany, Russia and France.
Commentary comes from
Steve Cram , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Coverage of International Grand Prix athletics is on Friday at 7.30pm.
Producer (Ski Sunday) Gabrielle Cook
Editor Philip Bernie The Six Nations - back on the BBC: p32
Continuing the visual anthology of poetry in which writer
Daisy Goodwin leads viewers on a journey through the stages of love. Talking in Bed. Tonight, observations of parenthood, including Child by Sylvia Plath , and fraught familial relationships, as in Father-in-Law by Paul Engle. More tomorrow at 7.30pm.
Floundering under the ruinous regime of Robert Mugabe , families fight tooth and nail to hold on to their land and livelihoods in Zimbabwe. In this Correspondent film one such family, armed with a camera, document their violent struggle with state-sponsored settlers, economic meltdown and fast-approaching famine, in a country that was once dubbed "the bread basket of Africa".
Producer Claire McFall ; Editor Karen O'Connor
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Rochdale
The second of this weekend's live FA Cup fifth-round ties sees the Third Division giant-killers pit their skills against one of the top teams in the First Division at Molineux (kickoff 7pm).
The west Midlands outfit, who have won the competition four times, can count on the experience of ex-Manchester United stars Paul Ince and Denis Irwin. Meanwhile, the greater Manchester side's 2-0 fourth-round win over
Coventry City at Spotland guaranteed a place in the fifth round for only the second time in the club's history. However, with less-than-impressive league form this season it will be a tough call for Rochdale to become the first Third
Division team in 13 years to reach the quarter-final stage.
Hosted by Gary Lineker , with Alan Hansen. Commentary by Barry Davies and Mark Bright. Coverage of the sixth-round draw can be seen tomorrow at 1.30pm.
www.bbc.co.uk/football BBCi: special interactive features available to digital viewers
The SAS's recruitment and training regimen is legendary for its relentless rigour. This second, six-part series relocates to the Borneo jungle, one of the most hostile environments on Earth, as 18 men and six women undergo the brutal selection process re-created by ex-SAS soldiers. Which volunteer will crack on day one? Hosted by Dermot O'Leary. Director David Wheeler ; Series producer Dale Templar
The ground-breaking American drama series set in real-time returns for a new, second series. Starring Kiefer Sutherland. 8-9am. Jack is called upon to halt another terrorist plot with global implications while trying to cope with the death of his wife. Episode two follows at 10.50pm on BBC3.
www.bbc.co.uk/drama/24 24 shows that changed TV: page 14
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.00 Sex and the Single Gene?
12.30 The Art of Breathing 95659 1.00 Reindeer in the Arctic 22340 1.30 Brief Encounter
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision - Design and Technology 2: looking at resistant materials Languages 4.00 Talk Italian (parts 1-4)
Tile Tool Kit to Communicating 5.00 Making the Best of Yourself Open University 6.00 A Migrant's Heart-theatre director Jatinder Verma traces her roots 10456 6.30 Simple Beginnings?
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