George brings a ventriloquist dummy to school.
7.15 Looney Tunes
Including Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
Harland has to stay with Yvon.
Gareth Gates performs his new single Spirit in the Sky on the live and interactive show, hosted by Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar. Including Cavegirl and cartoons Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats.
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10.35 Galldor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
Continuing a new 13-part series following two friends' mission to restore the rightful leader of a parallel world.
Series Producer (Smile):
Output from the new digital channel. Ends 1.30 pm Posh and Becks's Millions: Liquid Assets How Victoria and David Beckham have become one of the UK's richest couples.
12.00 Celebdaq Deciding the value of celebrities in stockbroking terms.
Shown last Friday
12.30 Dreamspaces Showcasing contemporary architecture.
Shown last Monday
1.00 Dermot's Sporting Buddies
Dermot O'Leary and Davina McCall see Arsenal v West Ham at Highbury. First shown on BBC Choice
Presented by Clare Balding and John Inverdale.
1.35 Rugby Build-up Previewing this afternoon's Six Nations match, which kicks off at 2pm.
2.00 Six Nations Rugby
France v Scotland Having opened the tournament with a tough away tie against favourites
England, the French will not want to slip up in their state-of-the-art Stade de France in Paris. In exciting new winger Vincent Clerc from Toulouse they could have one of the stars of the contest. Scotland, meanwhile, will be buoyed bytheirthree
Test wins in November, including the notable scalp of South
Africa. They will also take heart from the fact they have won two of the last four meetings in France. Commentary by Nick Mullins and Doddie Weir.
3.50 Badminton Action from the All England Open Championships at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena. British hopes include
Olympic medallist Simon Archer and Commonwealth winners Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms , while Denmark's Camilla Martin defends her singles title. Commentary by David Mercer.
4.50 Athletics Roger Black presents highlights from the climax to the indoor athletics Energiser EuroSeries from Ltevin in France. Sprinter
Jason Gardener is among the Britons confirmed to take part in this final warm-up before the World Indoor Championship trials. Commentary by Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson.
Editor Philip Bernie
Missing Presumed Eaten. A crocodile expert and a lawyer join forces to untangle a potential web of criminal deception, based around the disappearance of a businessman, allegedly eaten by a killer crocodile in Mozambique. Could the whole thing have been an elaborate life-insurance fraud? Producer Tim Martin ; Series editor Michael Gunton
Who is jostling for a slice of power if Saddam Hussein fails? Representatives from the three disparate groups that make up Iraq are trying to hammer out a unified front.
America, meanwhile, would welcome a new government that is sympathetic to the West. In this Correspondent film, reporter John Sweeney gleans information from inside Iraq, the corridors of power at Opec and at world summits to build a picture of how Iraq might look without its dictator. Producer Elizabeth Ceirog Jones ; Editor Karen O'Connor
First in a three-part series looking at automobile obsession. Highway to Hell. Fast, practical and seductive, the car has long been a symbol of desire but is now increasingly a victim of its own success. The freedom of the early motorways and laid-back 1960s motoring have given way to 21stcentury gridlock. On the eve of London's congestion charge scheme, is Britain heading down a "highway to hell"?
Series producer Sam Bagnall ; Executive producer Farah Durrani
Day four, and already ten of the original volunteers have dropped out. In part two of the series, Sergeant Eddie Stone and other ex-SAS soldiers put the remaining 14 contenders through 24 hours of physical hell in the thick, hostile jungle of Borneo. Presented by Dermot O'Leary.
Director Stuart Tanner ; Series producer Dale Templar
9-10am. As Palmer attempts to keep rumours from spreading, Jack tries to go undercover with Joe Wald 's gang. Episode three follows immediately on BBC3, while Pure 24- a forum for fans - is at 11.25pm.
President David Palmer:
Comedy inspired by the US TV series, starring Shelley Long and Gary Cole. Los Angeles 1995: the Brady family is caught in a time warp of 1970s values. Widescreen. Review page 55. Director Betty Thomas (1995.12)
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision - Religious Studies: Philosophy and Ethics
Languages 4.00 Talk Portuguese (parts 1-4) - an introduction Anger at Work 5.00 Fghting Fury: bullying and harassment Open University 6.00 Under the Walnut Tree 35927 6.30 What's Right for Children?
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