Francine is enchanted bya cute little kitten.
7.15 Looney Tunes
Including Bugs Bunny and Foghorn Leghorn.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
Yvon's life is saved by a walrus.
Darius performs his new single. Incredible (What I Meant to Say), on the live and interactive entertainment show, plus music from the March Featured Artist of the Month. Presented by Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar. Including Cavegirl and animated capers with Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats. [web address removed]
10.35 Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
Continuing a 13-part series following friends Nick and Allegra's mission to restore Queen Riana as the rightful leader of a parallel world.
Series Producer (Smile):
Output from the new digital channel. Ends 12.00. Dermot's Sporting Buddies
Dermot O'Leary and Emma Bunton see the richest horse race in Europe. First shown on BBC Choice
11.30 Celebdaq Deciding the value of celebrities in stockbroking terms.
Shown last Friday on BBC3
Presented by Steve Rider.
12.00 Rugby League
Wakefield v Widnes Live coverage from Belle Vue,
Wakefield, of this fifth-round match in the Rugby League Challenge Cup (kickoff
12.10pm). In the second of two all-Superleague fixtures in the draw, Widnes Vikings will be relying on new skipper Ryan Sheridan for inspiration.
Commentary by Dave Woods and Jonathan Davies.
2.00 Rugby Union
London Irish v Northampton Live coverage of the second of this weekend's semi-finals in the Powergen Cup. In a repeat of last season's final, holders
London Irish, who beat Division One pacesetters Rotherham 30-11 in the previous round, come up against a Northampton side who reached this stage courtesy of a last-gasp 30-29 win at Bath.
Commentary from Oxford's Kassam Stadium by Eddie Butler and Brian Moore.
3.45 Athletics Live action from the World Indoor championship trials at Birmingham's
National Indoor Arena, where Olympic gold medallist triple jumper Jonathan Edwards and 400m star Daniel Caines - currently the only UK athlete with a World Indoor title to his name - compete for Great Britain.
Presented by Roger Black , with commentary from
Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey and trackside reports from Sally Gunnell.
There's also news on the opening stages of the "miles in 1000 hours" London
Marathon initiative, which begins at 4pm from Buckingham Palace. TV presentation (athletics)
Martin Webster : Editor (rugby) Carl Hicks [Web Address Removed]
Rugby League player:
In the second of two documentaries about the chimps in Africa's Gualogo forest, Charlotte Uhlenbroek and Gavin Thurston consider how the presence of Central Africa's largest logging concession will affect the simian population. Producer Brian Leith ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
Grouse, Hares and Stags. Gordon Buchanan is up on the moors, hoping to film some of the animals that breed there. Grouse are camouflaged by heather, "blue" hares are more conspicuous, while bachelor herds of red deer loom large. Producer Roger Webb ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
The Elephant, the Emperor and the Butterfly Tree. A strange magical tree forms an eternal triangle with two African
- creatures - one huge, the other tiny. In a febrile saga of destruction, struggle and rebirth, who will be the victor? Producers Neil Curry , Sean Morris and Alastair MacEwen ; Series editor
Michael Gunton www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Liberalism is the watchword in cities like New York, but in a part of small-town America racism is still a major cause for concern. In this Correspondent film, reporter
Tom Mangold unfolds the story of an undercover cop in Tulia,
Texas, who arrested one tenth of the town's black population on alleged narcotics charges. Five cases have already been overturned, others are on appeal, championed by a new campaign by the US Civil Rights movement to seejustice. Producer Eamon Hardy ; Editor Karen O'Connor
Second in a three-part series looking at automobile obsession. Addicted to Speed. From the powerful saloons of 1960s America to the sporty UK hatchbacks of the 1980s, car companies have exploited man's hankering for horsepower. With family cars now capable of phenomenal speeds and the road-death rate remaining at ten a day - despite the proliferation of speed bumps and cameras - this film looks at why drivers seem to resist every effort to slow them down. Producer Fatima Salaria ; Series producer Sam Bagnall
The exhausted, sleep-deprived volunteers are put through a torrid night of interrogation. In the third of a new six-part series, how many will crack when subjected to stress positions, white noise and brutal questioning? Presented by Dermot O'Leary. Contains strong language and nudity. Director Ed Blum ; Series producer Dale Templar
Opening-round highlights of the World Superbikes championships in Valencia. Briton Neil Hodgson is one of the favourites, but fellow countryman Chris Walker could rekindle an old rivalry. With Suzi Perry. Producers Belinda Rogerson and Richard Gort
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision - PE Languages 4.00 Brazil Inside Out (parts 1-2)
Anger at Work 5.00 Fighting Fury: bullying and harassment Open University 6.00 Open Advice - Study to Succeed
6.30 Babies' Minds
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