7.15 Looney Tunes
Featuring Tweety, Sylvester and Bugs Bunny.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
The thawed Frenchman becomes the leader of a snowmobile gang.
Guest presenter Stacey Cadman, star of Cavegirl, joins Reggie Yates , DJ Devstar and Neville for a special episode of the live and interactive entertainment show in aid of Comic Relief. There's music from Westlife, Mis-teeq, who appear as featured artists of the month, plus the latest news live from the Fame Academy. Including teenage fun with Cavegirl and animated capers with Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats.
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10.35 Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
Nick helps to free the Artisoid race, who are enslaved by a vicious Taskmaster.
Guest Presenter (Smile):
Series Producer (Smile):
Output from the new digital channel. Ends lpm. Trevor Nelson 's Lowdown
Entertainment and music show, featuring Kelly Rowland and Justin Timberlake.
11.30 Dermot's Sporting Buddies
DermotO'Leary is joined by comedian Johnny Vegas.
First shown on BBC Choice
12.00 Celebdaq Using the stock market to quantify the value of celebrities. With Patrick O'Connell. Shown last Friday
12.30 PM Dreamspaces
Continuing the modern architecture and contemporary design series.
Shown last Monday on BBC3
Watford v Burnley
Live coverage from Vicarage Road of the FA Cup quarter-final between Watford and Burnley (kick-off 1.30pm).
The Hornets have claimed two Premiership scalps in this season's tournament - knocking out West Brom and Sunderiand - as they fight for a place in their first final since 1984. Now
Burnley stand in their way, after their surprising 3-0 defeat of Fulham. Introduced by Gary Lineker , with Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson. John Motson and Mark Bright commentate. Editor Andrew Clement BBCi: special interactive options available to digital viewers
Celtic's Uefa Cup tussle with Liverpool is on Thursday at 8pm on BBCI
Romantic comedy. Obliged to open their stately home to the paying public,
Victor Rhyall and his wife Hilary are resigned to being invaded. However, the entry of rich
American Charles Delacro into the house causes complications. Widescreen. Review page 52.
Director Stanley Donen (1960, PG)
Sahara - the English Patient's Desert. In 1933, explorer Ladislaus Almasy , whose story is told in the film The English Patient, discovered prehistoric rock art in the middle of the Sahara. Were these pictures signs of an ancient African paradise? Simon MacCorkindale narrates. Producer Michael Schlamberger ; Series editor Michael Gunton www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Dzerzhinsk, a Russian city 240 miles east of Moscow, has the dubious honour of being listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most chemically polluted town in the world. Reporter Tim Samuels recorded a series of in-depth interviews with the inhabitants of Dzerzhinsk for the Correspondent strand, providing a revealing insight into what life is really like for the beleaguered populace.
Producer Eva Ewart ; Editor Karen O'Connor
The canine competition reaches its climax as Philippa
Forrester introduces the concluding programme live from the NEC in Birmingham. The flyball and agiiity competitions will be decided tonight, while toy and utility provide the last two finalists in the breed competition. The evening culminates with the selection of best in show. Peter Purves , Jessica Holm , Frank Kane and Wayne Cavanaugh provide the commentary.
Nerves fray as the remaining eight exhausted and sleep-deprived volunteers are sent on an undercover reconnaissance mission. In the fourth of a new six-part series, how many will crack during the physical and psychological pressure of another long night on the jungle floor of Borneo? Presented by Dermot O'Leary.
Director David Wheeler ; Series producer Dale Templar
Release. An FBI cadet who exhibits an uncanny instinct for solving crimes throws new light on the unsolved murder of John Doggett 's son.
Comedy starring Albert Brooks and Debbie Reynolds. After his second divorce, a science-fiction writer moves back in with his disapproving mother. Widescreen. Review page 52.
Director Albert Brooks (1996, 12)
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSEBitesize Revision - PE Languages 4.00 Germany Inside Out (parts 1-2) Issues of Difference 5.00 Mistaken Identities (part 1)
Open University 6.00 An English Accent 83313 6.30 Babies' Minds
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