The canine wants a golden retriever pup to be his first Valentine.
Foghorn Leghorn battles with a cat. (R) (S)
Bird-watching, dog-training and a visit to the beach. (R) (S)
Trying to vanquish "the blue lady". (R) (S)
The team face a Chinese vampire that thrives on life energy.
Miranda decides to go on a diet.
Bernie is in trouble at school.
Milo tries to replace Bella's broken wand.
Games, stories and songs. Rhys turns his dad into a dalmatian. (S)
Fimbo sends a card over to Florrie.
Puerile fantasy drama. Neglected by his mother after his father abandons the family home, Jack is about to run away when his nanny gives him a book about Magic Island. Jack is transported into the world of the book and finds himself doing battle with an evil pirate.
Review page 56. (1995, PG) *
Followed by The Witness
Business updates, presented by Adam Shaw.
Chinese teenage sensation Ding Junhui , who made such a big impression on the Masters crowd last year, returns to Wembley for an all-Asian first-round clash with Hong Kong's Marco Fu. Another potentially explosive encounter sees crowd favourite Jimmy White meeting 2000 champion Matthew Stevens. Presented by Ray Stubbs, with Steve Davis and John Parrott.
BBCi- full, uninterrupted coverage available to digital viewers via the red button
Second-round Masters action as Jimmy White lines up against Wales's Matthew Stevens in a best-of-11-frames encounter. Which one of these former champions will go forward to the last eight? BBCi: blanket coverage available to digital viewers via the red button
New series 1/3. Sisters Reunited. The best of BBC regional documentaries. Jenny, from Norfolk, and Sandra, who lives in New Zealand, are sisters who had conducted a lifelong search for each other that took them across the world. But their efforts seemed doomed to failure - until the intervention of a complete stranger. Narrated by Derek Jacobi.
Producer Dick Meadows First shown on BBC East
The thousands of young Adelie penguins that leave the colony to start their adult life at sea face a terrifying prospect - a predatory leopard seal waiting for them just offshore. Which penguin chicks will manage to get through? Sean Pertwee narrates.
On the menu for Rick and canine companion Chalky are freshwater crayfish, cider brandy and Gloucester Old Spot pig. Plus chef Shaun Hill talking about his gastronomic love affair with Ludlow in Shropshire.
Director/Producer David Pritchard
Balliol College, Oxford, face the University of Durham for a place in the quarter-finals. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions, and presses for the answers.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn Mind Games is at 9pm on BBC4
The trait of forgiveness is explored in this one-off Everyman documentary. Graham Dudman, managing editor of The Sun, travels to Liverpool to try to apologise for the paper's coverage of the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster; the parents of a murdered teenager have contrasting attitudes to their son's killers; a mother and daughter try to heal a romantic rift; and a man in his early 40s seeks an apology for a teacher's childhood criticism.
Episode 3 of 6. Can a new serum help long-distance athlete Ros Lamb to run from London to Aberdeen in under five minutes? The tongue-in-cheek comedy show finds out as the team also hear about a new sport - a hybrid of golf and tennis called 'gonnis'.
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
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Highlights of ex-world champion Peter Ebdon against UK championship runner-up David Gray. BBCi: blanket coverage available to digital viewers via the red button
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Languages and Travel
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1.00 Make French Your Business: 1 & 2
1.00 Work Talk: France
4.00 Working with the French
4.30 Eurografters: France
5.00 Le Francais au Pluriel
In French with French subtitles.