A flag prompts a game of hide and seek.
6.20 64 Zoo Lane
Kevin pretends he can do magic, so Doris makes him do a show.
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Cartoon based on the Peanuts comic strip.
Double bill. Kee Wee leads Taz into a vortex, and a rare bottle cap allows Taz to break open the piggy bank.
7.15 Looney Tunes
Will invisible paint fool the Road Runner? Plus Bugs visits Granny.
The entertainment show has the first Featured Artist film from Emma Bunton and a viewer is surprised with a new "roomcam".
Plus news from Lunar the pony, and chat and games including Bandit Bites, Nev's Socks and Nev It Up.
Plus The Scooby-Doo Show, Jackie Chan Adventures, Cavegirl, Arthur, Even
Stevens and The Fairly Odd Parents.
With Reggie Yates, DJ Devstar and Fearne Cotton.
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Raeven, Captain Anarchy,
Irresistant and Romulusk battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals. Trevor Nelson and Lisa Snowdon oversee the mayhem. First shown on BBC3
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen shows how to bring some Victorian eclecticism to the home.
At 11.40. in Real Rooms, the team are in Tavistock in Devon for a dining-room revamp, while at 12.10, in Hidden
Gardens, Chris Beardshaw helps with the restoration of a Victorian walled garden in Clynfyw, Pembrokeshire.
Director Paul Vanezis ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson
The Real Mary Magdalene
Was the world's most famous prostitute a sinner or early church leader?
1.30 David and Goliath. The story behind the Old Testament fight. Was David more ruthless than has been imagined?
Wales v France
John Inverdale presents live coverage from Cardiff (kick-off
3.00), where the Welsh will have their work cut out against the World Cup semi-finalists, having not beaten France at home in a competitive match since 1996. However, Steve Hanson 's side will take heart from their own impressive showing in Australia last autumn, which they built on with a good start to the Six Nations campaign against the Scottish side. Commentary from Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies. TV presentation (rugby) Sion Thomas
Editor Philip Bernie BBCi: digital viewers can access interactive Six Nations features via their TV handset
The Happy Event. PinkythePig has her litter in this 1976 episode. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey www.bbc.co.uk/sitcom
Puffins. There's a visit to the spectacular Rngal's Cave and footage of puffins and seals as Gordon Buchanan explores the islands of Lunga, Staffa and Coll.
Director Roger Webb ; Series producer Wendy Darke
In the City. Magic wildlife moments including kittiwakes in Newcastle, the weird and wonderful rock pools of Liverpool and wild salmon on the Tyne feature in the second of four repeated Bill Oddie Goes Wild compilations.
Executive producer Fiona Pitcher www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Meerkats - Part of the Team. A family of meerkats in the Tswalu National Park in South Africa encounter snakes, scorpions and rock monitors - all the time looking out for each other when it comes to spotting trouble. Film-maker Simon King attempts to win their trust, but, as a giant in their diminutive world, it is uncertain whether he will be accepted. Producer Simon King ; Series editor Michael Gunton (AD)
4/4. The flyball and agility categories are decided in the last visit to this year's event at the NEC Birmingham, while the terrier and hound groups fill the two remaining berths in the final line-up to find best in show. Peter Purves , Jessica Holm , Frank Kane and Wayne Cavanagh provide the commentary at the world's biggest dog show, with Richard Hammond also on hand. Hosted by Philippa Forrester.
Executive producer David Pickthall ; Series producer Ian Russell How to train a prize pooch: page 37
4/6. The volunteers launch an attack on enemy forces while coming under fire themselves. Then they have to operate in an area filled with land mines, where they must make some difficult decisions about resultant casualties.
Are the civilians starting to think like soldiers? With Dermot O'Leary. Contains scenes of violence and strong language. Producer Graham Cooper ; Director John Maguire SAS Survival Skills is going out at 2.25am on BBC3
Drama starring Samantha Morton as a young woman who awakes one Christmas morning to find her boyfriend has committed suicide. After disposing of his body, she decides to pass off his unpublished manuscript as her own and leaves her Scottish home for Spain. Review page 52.
Director Lynne Ramsay (2001.15) Film highlights: page 48
Boy in room 1022:
The best of the action from Budapest, where 15 golds are at stake on the final day of the World Indoor championships. The British contingent includes Jo Pavey in the women's 3,000m and Jo Fenn in the 800m. Defending pentathlon champion Carolina Kluft of Sweden should again illuminate a day that reaches its climax with the 4x400m relays.
Producer Jim Bentley www.bbc.co.uk/sport
John Inverdale is at Llandaff North Rugby Club in Cardiff to cast an eye over the weekend's Six Nations matches. As well as analysing Wales's clash this afternoon with France, there's a review of Italy v Scotland and England v Ireland.
Director Sally Richardson ; Editor Lucy Cutler Repeated Friday 1.30pm
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