DW worries her pre-school years were wasted.
7.15 Looney Tunes
With Porky Pig, Bugs Bunny and Tweety.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
Bill and Tommy enter a dog-sled race.
Female R 'n' B trio Mis-Teeq chat about their new album and perform their single Scandalous on the live, interactive entertainment show. Blue take viewers behind the scenes of their latest video, plus Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats. With Reggie Yates, Fearne Cotton, DJ Devstar and Neville.
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10.35 Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
Nick's cockiness allows a soulless beast to escape with a fragment of the key.
Series Producer (Smile):
An afternoon of sport introduced by Steve Rider and Roger Black.
12.10 Rugby League Live coverage of one of the quarter-final ties in the Challenge Cup. With the quest for the season's first silverware approaching its climax, the winners of this match will have only one more game to win in order to reach the final at Cardiff. Commentary comes from Dave Woods.
2.00 Athletics The World
Indoor championships enter the home straight in Birmingham's National Indoor Arena. The highlight of the afternoon is Colin Jackson 's farewell to athletics after 17 years at the top, as he takes on the current Olympic and world champions in the 60m hurdles.
Danny Caines , Jamie Baulch and Kelly Holmes are all hoping for solo track glory, while Jonathan Edwards triple jumps for his first world indoor gold and Britain aims for gold in the men's 4x400m. Commentary by Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster , with reports from Sally Gunnell and Phil Jones.
2.00 Women's high jumpfinal; Women's long jump final
2.25 Men's 800m final
2.50 Women's 400m final; Women's pole vault final
3.05 Men's 400m final
3.25 Women's 800m final
3.40 Men's 800m final
3.55 Women's 1500m final
4.05 Men's triple jump final
4.10 Men's 3000m final
4.25 Women's 60m hurdles final
4.40 Men's 60m hurdles final
4.55 Men's heptathlon 100m
5.15 Women's 4x400m final
5.35 Men's 4x400m final
TV presentation Martin Webster (athletics) Malcolm Kemp (rugby league)
On ajourney through Costa Rica's rainforest, naturalist
Nick Baker encounters flamboyant avian and simian life alongside poisonous frogs, leaf-cutting ants and tent-erecting bats, and finds egg-laying green turtles on the shoreline.
Producer Roger Webb ; Series producer Simon Nash
My Halcyon River. Charlie Hamilton James captures the secret life of an idyllic river, with hunting kingfisher and mink, lazy trout and dancing mayflies. His intimate portrait also includes footage of him befriending an otter family. Producers Charlie Hamilton James and Philippa Forrester
Series editor Michael Gunton www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Mordechai Vanunu is regarded by his compatriots as a traitor for having exposed Israel's secret nuclear-bomb factory to the world. He has spent 16 years in prison and, abandoned by his family, has been legally adopted by Americans. Olena Frenkiel reports for Correspondent.
Producer Giselle Portenier ; Editor Karen O'Connor
Fatal Attraction. The luxury four-wheel drive is seen by motorists across the social spectrum as a status symbol, but the car's rugged image belies a poor road-safety record. The final episode in this series asks whether 4x4-enamoured Britons are following their hearts rather than their heads. Director Ben Fox ; Series producer Sam Bagnall
From 24 volunteers chosen to undergo gruelling SAS training in Borneo, only six remain - three men and three women. In the penultimate programme, the group have to set up a river ambush behind enemy lines, and are thrust into real-life soldiering. Presented by Dermot O'Leary.
Director Stuart Tanner : Series producer Dale Templar
Jack gets to the bottom of the CTU bombing. The next episode follows on BBC3.
' Jack Bauer:
Romantic comedy showing in the Oscar 75 season, starring David Schwimmer and Gwyneth nPaltrow, an Academy Award-winner for Shakespeare in Love.
A bored college-leaver is asked to be a pallbearer at the funeral of a classmate he can't remember. Review page 48. Director Matt Reeves (1996, 12) Kitty Foyle continues the season tomorrow at 1.30pm
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Religious Studies: World Religions - moral and social issues in religion Languages 4.00 Talk German (parts 1-4)
Issues of Difference 5.00 Mistaken Identities (part 1) Open University 6.00 One Fact, Many Facets
6.30 How We Study Children
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