Highlights of the second day's events at the World Indoor championships.
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Children hide cricketer Mark Ramprakash.
Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton enjoy lunch with Amanda Mealing and Craig David. Series producer Catherine Mann
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Another wolf cub goes missing from the wood.
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Suzi Perry looks ahead to the Grand Prix of Qatar. Coverage of the main race can be seen at
7.30pm on BBC3, with highlights at 12 midnight on BBC2.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races from
Doha, Qatar. 4.45-7.15pm
France v Italy
Les Bleus play host to the Azzurri at the Stade de France, where the visitors have an unenviable record (kick-off is at 3.00). See yesterday's choice.
Digital viewers can access live coverage of all this weekend's Six Nations matches, plus alternative commentary and rolling highlights, from 2.30pm
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Neil Oliver heads to Looe and Falmouth in Cornwall.
Ben Fogle and Matt Baker take in the best of the Agility, Obedience and Heelwork to Music events.
Plus a session of live canine advice. The grand final is at 7pm.
8/8. Graham Bell and Ed Leigh explore the psychology of extreme sports fanatics - by jumping off a bridge, out of a plane and off a cliff.
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson takes the Ski Sunday challenge and there's highlights of the women's downhill at the world famous Crans-Montana in Switzerland.
Series producer Gabrielle Cook
Digital viewers can watch highlights of the men's grand slalom at the World Cup event in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, 7.00-8.00pm
Wagging tails and wet noses abound, as the world's premier dog show reaches its thrilling climax and the finalists line up for Best in Show 2008. There's also breathtaking action from the fast-and-furious Agility championships, while viewers select the winner of the coveted Friends for Life Award. Clare Balding, Ben Fogle and Matt Baker present, live from Birmingham's NEC Arena. Digital viewers can watch extended coverage of the judging, introduced by Matt Baker , at the end of the programme
7/10. The Med: Morocco/Spain/Italy. Monty Don continues his horticultural voyage with a visit to the cradle of European civilisation. In Italy, he takes in some elaborate Renaissance gardens, which have hugely influenced Western garden design, and walks around the remains of Emperor Hadrian's palatial retreat. The artistic achievements of the Moorish culture also come under scrutiny in Marrakesh and Spain. Director Patty Kraus
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Highlights of today's three Premier League fixtures, in which Wigan faced Arsenal, Sunderland hosted Everton and Spurs played West Ham. Plus action from the FA Cup. Introduced by Adrian Chiles.
Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Mark Demuth The draw for the semi-finals of the FA Cup is tomorrow at 1.25pm BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: first issue on sale now, only El
2/8. The athletic adventurers head to South Africa, where they aim to learn a Zulu tribe's art of stick fighting. One contestant even consults a witch doctor. First shown on BBC3
High-speed highlights from the Grand Prix of Qatar in Doha. Presented by Suzi Perry.
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Action from St Helens v
Hull and Warrington v Wigan. With Harry Gration.
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Gabby Logan meets Evander
Holyfield and Alain Prost.
Action from the third and final day of the World Indoor championships. Watch highlights again over the next seven days, after 4.55am, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Following the cyclist's world record attempt.