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Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston are joined this morning by England cricket captain Alex Stewart and Bruce Jones, better known as Les Battersby from Coronation Street.
There's music from Billie, performing her new single Honey to the Bee, Boyzone are in the studio and Ritchie from Five presents Electric Circus.

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Contributors

Presenter:
Zoe Ball
Presenter:
Jamie Theakston
Guest:
Alex Stewart
Guest:
Bruce Jones
Guest:
null Billie
Guests:
null Boyzone
Executive Producer:
Chris Bellinger
Editor:
Angela Sharp

Introduced by Steve Rider.
With Jonathan Davies , Gavin Hastings and Phillip Matthews.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker previews the weekend's FA Cup quarter-finals and Premiership action.
1.10 Athletics Featuring coverage of the seventh lAAF World Indoor championships, from Maebashi, Japan. All eyes will be on Ethiopia's
Haile Gebrselassie , who will be attempting to conquer the world record in the 3,000m, while British hopes will be high for Ashia Hansen in the triple jump and Colin Jackson in the sprint hurdles.
Commentary by Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson and Stuart Storey.
1.40 Rugby Union France v Wales
Live coverage from the first of today's Five Nations championship games, from Stade de France, Paris (kick-off 2pm).
Wales face an uphill task as they haven't won in Paris since 1975, meanwhile the French are chasing their third consecutive Grand Slam. Commentary by Huw Llewelyn Davies and Eddie Butler.
3.45 Football Half-Times
3.50,4.55 Rugby Union Ireland v England
Live coverage from the second of today's games, from Lansdowne Road (kick-off 4pm). Conversely, the Irish have won the wooden spoon for the past three years, and England have been victors in Dublin on the last two occasions. However, the home side have seen a turnabout in their form recently and are starting to build under the guidance of their coach Warren Gatland. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Brian Moore.
4.45 Football Full-Time News
5.40-6.20 Final Score The day's results. Plus brief highlights of the rugby union international between Scotland and Italy. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Executive editor Dave Gordon
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Jonathan Davies
Unknown:
Gavin Hastings
Unknown:
Phillip Matthews.
Unknown:
Haile Gebrselassie
Unknown:
Ashia Hansen
Unknown:
Colin Jackson
Commentary By:
Steve Cram
Commentary By:
Paul Dickenson
Commentary By:
Stuart Storey.
Commentary By:
Huw Llewelyn Davies
Commentary By:
Eddie Butler.
Unknown:
Warren Gatland.
Commentary By:
Bill McLaren
Commentary By:
Brian Moore.
Editor:
Dave Gordon

George becomes a hostage when a bank robbery goes badly wrong.
Written by Chris Murray

See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Then National Lottery Update

Contributors

Writer:
Chris Murray
Producer:
Alexei de Keyser
Director:
Gary Love
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Lisa Duffin:
Catherine Shipton
Sam Colloby:
Jonathan Kerrigan
George Woodman:
Rebecca Lacey
Tina Seabrook:
Claire Goose
Penny Hutchens:
Donna Alexander
Amy Howard:
Rebecca Wheatley
Sunny Sunderland:
Vincenzo Pellegrino
Max Gallagher:
Robert Gwilym
Sean Maddox:
Gerald Kyd
Chloe Hill:
Jan Anderson
Adam Osman:
Pal Aron
Gary Milton:
Ian Keith
Pat Garrett:
Ian Kershaw
Julie Durran:
Nicola Mycroft
Dominic Taylor:
Dax O'Callaghan
Evan Taylor:
David Shane
Bob Taylor:
Nick Brimble
Mike Bowden:
Glenn Murphy
Tilly:
Faith Flint
Gil Stephens:
Jamie Foreman
Conor Stephens:
Jay Simpson
Eric:
Jimmy Flint
Paul Heaton:
Oliver Senton
Sarah Heaton:
Sarah Carpenter
Derek Walker:
Simon Harris

Continuing the police drama series.
Moving On. The team are united in their grief at Terry's death. See today's choices.
Written by Tony Jordan
Producer John Yorke ; Director Ken Horn
(Digital, widescreen)

Contributors

Writer:
Tony Jordan
Producer:
John Yorke
Director:
Ken Horn
PC Colin Jitlada:
Ian Aspinall
DC Mary Sutcliffe:
Sarah Kirkman
DS Ray Pickering:
Ian Burfield
DI Tony Baynham:
Ray Stevenson
PC Steve Jackson:
Stephen Lord
PC Sue Chappel:
Ashley Jensen
Sgt Yvonne Mackey:
Lorraine Ashbourne
DS Jane McCormack:
Kate Gartside
Ch Insp Barnard:
Terence Harvey
PC Pete Redfern:
Dave Hill
PC Nick Green:
Sean McKenzie
PC Richard Law:
Michael Begley
Sgt PauI Dobson:
Philip Martin Brown
PC Terry Sydenham:
Paul Nicholls
Kate:
Jennifer Luckcraft
Lee Mackey:
Damian Zuk
Connor Rice:
Andrew Lancel
Bartholomew:
John Axon
Lewis:
Daniel Poyser
Maggie Baynham:
Jayne Charlton McKenzie
Sarah Sydenham:
Annie Hulley
Billy Boy:
Ged Mulherin
Frank Moore:
Oscar James
Eileen Walker:
Julie Brown
Ms Jenkins:
Jo-Anne Knowles
Jake:
Dennis Herdman

A compilation from the series following holiday reps working for one of the UK's busiest travel companies. Series producer Julian Mercer Executive producer Tessa Finch
Digital widescreen Subtitled .....

Contributors

Producer:
Julian Mercer

Desmond Lynam introduces highlights from today's FA Cup sixth-round ties between
Barnsley and Tottenham Hotspur, and Arsenal and Derby County, plus a roundup of today's FA Premiership action. Commentary by Barry Davies, John Motson and Jon Champion, with expert analysis from Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.
Producer Paul McNamara ; Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 7.15am
Digital widescreen Subtitled . BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available monthly

Contributors

Introduces:
Desmond Lynam
Introduces:
Derby County
Commentary By:
Barry Davies
Commentary By:
John Motson
Commentary By:
Jon Champion
Unknown:
Alan Hansen
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking.
Producer:
Paul McNamara
Editor:
Niall Sloane

Vampire thriller.
The black sheep of a mysterious Carpathian clan, reporter Harry Martin, wants his relatives to refrain from the corrupt and criminal acts that reap them rich rewards. Director Jim McBride (1991.15)
See Films: pages 54-59 **

Contributors

Director:
Jim McBride

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