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Emma Ledden and Steve Wilson are joined by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, whose new series Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) starts tonight at 8.55pm. Adam Bibby from Neighbours makes an appearance, and Anna Ryder Richardson of Changing Rooms has home makeover tips.
All Saints take on the Word Up challenge, while Electric Circus features Melanie C and boy band Mero. There's also fun with spoof group Supergirlie, The Simpsons, Rugrats and Kenan and Kel.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Emma Ledden
Presenter:
Steve Wilson
Guest:
Vic Reeves
Guest:
Bob Mortimer
Guest:
Adam Bibby
Guest:
Anna Ryder Richardson
Guests:
All Saints
Guest:
Melanie C
Guests:
null Mero
Executive Producer:
Chris Bellinger
Editor:
Angela Sharp

Introduced by Steve Rider in Cardiff and John Inverdale in Rome, the locations for today's Six Nations matches. See Choice.
12.20 Football Focus Ray Stubbs previews the weekend's football programme, including the Arsenal v Tottenham and Sunderland v Middlesbrough derbies.
1.20 Rugby Union Build-up Jonathan Davies, Jeremy Guscott and Alan Tait join Steve Rider to look ahead to this afternoon's fixtures. (S)
1.55, 2.55 Six Nations Rugby Italy v England
Live coverage from Rome's Stadio Flaminio (kickoff 2pm). England, with three straight wins under their belt, are the firm favourites. Can Italy's fly-half Diego Dominguez put a spanner in the works? Commentary by Eddie Butler and Brian Moore. (S)
1.55-3.45 (not PDC)
2.40 Around the Grounds Football team news from around the country.
3.45 Football Half-Times Updates.
3.50, 4.55 Six Nations Rugby Wales v Scotland
Live coverage from the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (kickoff 4pm). Last season's champions Scotland will aim to overturn their poor form in the inaugural Six Nations, which has seen them register three consecutive defeats, but Wales also have reason to put on a solid display after losing to both Italy and England. Commentary Bill McLaren and Jonathan Davies. (S)
3.50-5.40 (not PDC)
4.45 Football Latest Results.
5.40 Final Score News and resutts.
TV presentation (Wales v Scotland) Gareth Mainwaring; Executive editor
Dave Gordon (W)
Sport: Six Nations rugby: page 48

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider
Introduced By:
John Inverdale
Unknown:
Ray Stubbs
Unknown:
Jonathan Davies
Unknown:
Jeremy Guscott
Unknown:
Alan Tart
Unknown:
Steve Rider
Unknown:
Diego Dominguez
Commentary By:
Eddie Butler
Commentary By:
Brian Moore.
Commentary By:
Jonathan Davies.
Unknown:
Gareth Mainwaring
Editor:
Dave Gordon

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly host the new game show that tests friendships to the limit, with two teams of five friends fighting it out for the chance to win a holiday.
Producer Martin Scott ; Series producer Marion Farrelly (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Declan Donnelly
Producer:
Martin Scott
Producer:
Marion Farrelly

Lulu presents the fast-moving entertainment show with the Thunderball and National Lottery draws. Terry Alderton presides over a battle of two ports, as two teams of neighbours from Plymouth and Liverpool compete against each other to win a holiday for their street. Plus live music from Jamiroquai and Atomic Kitten.
Director Simon Staffurth ; Producer Mobashir Dar (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Alderton
Director:
Simon Staffurth
Producer:
Mobashir Dar

by Katharine Way

Tina follows Sean into the Australian outback. Meanwhile at the hospital, Patrick becomes upset over a dying patient with Aids.

(See Choice)
(S) (W)

Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Writer:
Katharine Way
Producer:
Tim Bradley
Director:
Robert Del Maestro
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Lisa Duffin:
Catherine Shipton
Tina Seabrook:
Claire Goose
Sean Maddox:
Gerald Kyd
Max Gallagher:
Robert Gwilym
Chloe Hill:
Jan Anderson
Penny Hutchens:
Donna Alexander
Amy Howard:
Rebecca Wheatley
Adam Osman:
Pal Aron
Holly Miles:
Sandra Huggett
Patrick Spiller:
Ian Kelsey
Barney Wolfe:
Ronnie McCann
Leona:
Morag Siller
Joanne Foster:
Tanya Myers
Gemma Foster:
Jade Williams
Jake Foster:
Greg Prentice
Byron:
John Gibson
Katie:
Maya Stange
Martin Cross:
Kevin Hand
Ruth:
Jacqueline Phillips
Ray Benson:
Joseph Long
Paul:
Simon Scardifield
Jenny:
Sarah Smart
Steve:
Rhys Thomas
Chris:
Hosh Ibrahim
Cath:
Joanna Dunn
Nikki:
Sophie Caton
Wayne:
Edward Price
PC Gaston:
Simon Armstrong

Starting a six-part drama that updates the classic series that was first televised in 1969. Starring Bob Mortimer and Vie Reeves as private detectives Jeff Randall and Marty Hopkirk. Hopkirk is making plans for his wedding to the beautiful Jeannie Hurst when he is killed on an assignment to observe an artist's wife. See Choice.
(S) (W) Randall and Hopkirk resurrected: Charlie Higson on bringing a cult classic back to life, page 18

Contributors

Writer/Producer:
Charlie Higson
Executive Producer:
Simon Wright
Jeff Randall:
Bob Mortimer
Marty Hopkirk:
Vic Reeves
Jeannie Hurst:
Emilia Fox
Kenneth Crisby:
Charles Dance
Gordon Stylus:
David Tennant
Annette Stylus:
Hanna Miles
Felia Siderova:
Jessica Stevenson
Wendy Gill:
Melissa Knatchbull
Sergeant Liddel:
Steve Pemberton
Inspector Large:
Mark Gatiss
Man in restaurant:
Paul Shearer
Woman in restaurant:
Gemma Page
Head waiter:
Martin Wimbush
Workman:
Michael Knighton

Gary Lineker introduces all the goals and the best of the day's Premiership action, including highlights of Leicester City v Manchester United. With commentary by Barry Davies , Jon Champion and Tony Gubba , and analysis from Trevor Brooking and Mark Lawrenson.
Producer Paul McNamara ; Executive editor Niall Sloane
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am (S) Alan Hansen on Middlesbrough: page 48

Contributors

Introduces:
Gary Lineker
Commentary By:
Barry Davies
Commentary By:
Jon Champion
Commentary By:
Tony Gubba
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking
Unknown:
Mark Lawrenson.
Producer:
Paul McNamara
Editor:
Niall Sloane
Unknown:
Alan Hansen

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