Fimbo finds some building blocks. (R) (S)
6.20 64 Zoo Lane
Ronald the Rhino tries to impress Rosie. (R) (S)
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
The Platypus Brothers tackle Taz's cold, then Bull hires Taz as his new sidekick. (AD)
7.15 Looney Tunes
Adouble bill of cartoon mayhem.
McFly are in the studio, as Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar welcome guest presenter Sabrina from Mis-Teeq. Emma Bunton's the Featured Artist for the final time, and there's a chance to catch up with the Smile Furry ponies. As well as the usual games, there's The Scooby-Doo Show, Jackie Chan Adventures, Cavegirl, Arthur, Even Stevens and The Fairly Odd Parents. : Director Ian Trill ; Producer Ben Brewster [web address removed]
Trevor Nelson and Lisa Snowdon oversee the mayhem as four more warriors tackle the deadly Helix and the frantic Demolition.
(First shown on BBC3)
Moroccan style is the theme as Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen selects excerpts from Big
Strong Boys, Housecall, House ; Invaders and Home Front.
At 11.40, in Trading Up in the Sun, a bland white villa gets an injection of North African warmth, , while at 12.10, in Small Town Gardens, a backyard in Leeds becomes an exotic courtyard. Director Kate Dillon ; Series producer
Ben Fogle visits the Lake District, location for 1974's Swallows and Amazons.
Live coverage of two of rugby league's Challenge Cup quarter-finals. With Clare Balding.
110 Whttehaven v Wanington Wolves Paul Cullen 's Wolves ran in nine tries against Oldham in the last round to book a clash with his ex-club Whitehaven - now one of only two non-Super League teams left. Commentary by Dave Woods and Martin Offiah.
3.00 St Helens v Hull FC Saints saw off fellow Super League heavyweights Bradford and Leeds in the last two rounds. But Hull will take heart from their 26-0 dismissal of Castleford two weeks ago. Commentary by Ray French and Jonathan Davies. Producer Andy Gilbert : Editor
Aled Jones explores the power of memories, talking to actress Kathy Staff about her role in the sitcom Last of the Summer Wine (7.10pm BBC1) and visiting the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley. There's music from children's choir Masquerade, while the Birmingham Bach Choir sing hymns 0 God Our
Help in Ages Past, and Great Is Thy Faithfulness. BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: 12.50 RT SHOP: hardback book, Songs of Praise: a Lent and Easter Companion. available for Lg.99 (incl p&p). To order call [number removed] (national rate)
After 16 months in northern Botswana, the pressure is really on for cameraman Mike Holding and his team, as they attempt to capture unprecedented footage nf wild dogs hunting, for a Natural World documentary.
Producers Tania Jenkins , Mike Holding: Series prod Wendy Darke
Lake District. Following an interval of many years, Bill returns to the Lake District, where he paddles for leeches and crayfish, forages for fungi, and discovers how red squirrels are getting revenge on greys.
Producer Hilary Jeffkins www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Wolf Pack. The dramatic stories of the world's largest wolf pack unfold in Yellowstone National Park, USA, as daughters plot behind their father's back, sister slays sister and steals her lover, and a family is torn asunder.
Producer Bob Landis : Series editor Michael Gunton (AD)
3/3. Out of Africa. The last 30 years have seen the gradual relaxation of racial constraints on our concepts of beauty. Women who were at the forefront of this revolution recall their experiences, while icons such as Iman, Naomi Campbell and Tyra Banks discuss being black in today's society.
Producer Tim Pritchard : Exec producers Trevor Phillips , Samir Shah Iman in the RT Interview: page 20
A shy, softly spoken young man, who moves like a cat and has curiously soft hands? From his wealthy childhood in Saudi Arabia, to his transformation into a battle-hardened warrior, and his first meeting with a western journalist-those who have met Osama Bin Laden provide an insight into the mind of one of the world's most wanted men.
The variety and versatility of British fungi is the focus in the first of five nightly episodes demonstrating rural survival skills. Series producer Patrick Flavelle (Revised rpt)
Michael Winterbottom 's award-winning documentary-drama variation on the road movie. Afghan refugees Jamal and his cousin Enayat endure prejudice, exploitation and danger in their bid to reach London. In English, Pashtu and Farsi with subtitles. Review page 44. Enayat Enayatullah
(2002,15) The Claim, directed by Michael Winterbottom , is on Tuesday at 11.20pm
Biopic starring Jim Carrey as comedian Andy Kaufman , and featuring Danny DeVito and Courtney Love. As a child, Andy longs to perform, and by the mid-1970s, he's playing LA comedy clubs. Following an appearance on Saturday Night Live, Andy lands a part in sitcom Taxi. However, his bizarre antics threaten to undermine his career. Review page 44. Director Milos Forman (1999, 15) Film Trivia: page 55; Barry Norman on Jim Carrey : page 41
Guests Keith Wood and Will Carling join John Inverdale to discuss the implications of yesterday's conclusion to the 2004 Six Nations Championships.
Director Sally Richardson ; Editor Lucy Cutler Rptd tomorrow 1.30pm
Highlights of round two of the world championship, from Australia's Philip Island. Introduced by Suzi Perry. Jonathan Green and James Haydon commentate. Producer Joe Bamonte ; Series producer Belinda Rogerson
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2.00 Money Matters: Cashwise
Managing personal finances.
3.00 Webwise for Business: Using the Internet
4.00 Improving Skills
5.00 Workplace Skills