Francine and Muffy find out about their ancestors.
7.15 Looney Tunes
A triple bill with Sylvester, Speedy Gonzales and company.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
Yvon finds himself catapulted to stardom as an ice hockey player.
The R 'n' B trio Mis-Teeq provide the music and launch a Text 2 Win competition on the live, interactive entertainment show, hosted by Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar.
Including Cavegirl and cartoons Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats.
10.35 Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
Nick must rescue Allegra after she is captured by a bounty hunter.
Series Producer (Smile):
Drama continuing the Oscar 75 season. When Atticus Finch , a widowed lawyer in 1930s Alabama, defends a black man accused of raping a white woman, his young children become involved as racial hate splits the community.
Widescreen. Review page 5L
Director Robert Mulligan (1962, PG)
(BW) The Oscar 75 season concludes with Rocky at 10.55pm on BBC1 Film Trivia: page 54
Presented by John Inverdale.
1.35 Rugby Build-up Previewing this afternoon's Six Nations match, which kicks off at 2pm.
2.00 Six Nations Rugby
Italy v France Live coverage from the Stadio Flaminio in Rome, where Italy will be looking to register theirfirst
Six Nations victory over current champions France, after an impressive 30-22 defeat of Wales in their opening game of the tournament. Commentary by Gareth Charles and Phillip Matthews.
BBCi: special interactive options available to digital viewers
Sheffield of the British Long-Course championships, an event which doubles as the trials for the World Swimming championships which will be held in Barcelona in July.
Sharron Davies is poolside, with commentary by Adrian Moorhouse and Andy Jamieson. TV presentation Grigor Stirling and Kate McKeag
Walking with Lions. Following Lynne and Philip Richardson as, without the protection of a vehicle, they film a pride of lions in a remote part of Africa's Zambezi Valley.
Producer Sarah Pitt : Series editor Michael Gunton
The US military is expanding its role into public high schools. As part of the Correspondent strand, reporter
Charles Wheeler explores whetherthis is the solution to the problem of the country's troubled inner-city schools or part of a recruitment drive targeting the younger generation?
Producer Jane Gabriel : Editor Karen O'Connor After Saddam is on Wednesday at 11.50pm
Hollywood superstar Richard Gere has been a committed Buddhist for the past 30 years. A short season focusing on the religion starts with an interview as part of the "Everyman" strand in which Gere explains how he came to Buddhism and why he is committed to the Tibetan cause.
Around 2,500 years ago, a young prince left a life of luxury and set out on a journey through India towards spiritual enlightenment. The philosophy he devised is now followed by over 400 million people. Computer-generated images, expert testimony and the latest archaeological finds combine to dramatise the Buddha's life, while modern Buddhists explain key elements in their search for enlightenment.
Director CliveMaltby; Executive producer Tessa Livingstone Buddhism: Wheel of Time- Storyvilie follows tonight at 9pm on BBC4 and The Buddhists of Suburbia concludes the season on Monday at 11.20pm on BBC2
It's the final reckoning for the four remaining volunteers struggling deep in the Borneo jungle. Their ultimate mission is to attack an enemy camp. But whose performance will most impress Eddie Stone and the ex-SAS instructors?
With Dermot O'Leary. A new series will be shown next year. Director Ed Blum ; Series producer Dale Templar
The influential American science-fiction series concludes its nine-year run with a double-length episode.
The Truth. On trial for murder, Mulder seeks testimony from defence witnesses to support his claim of an official conspiracy to hide the existence of extraterrestrial life.
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