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The Itsy Bltsy Spider
Arachnid antics with Itsy and his pals.
(R) (S)

7.50 Zorro
An English detective makes it his mission to reveal Zorro's true identity.
(R) (S)

8.15 UBOS
Verne becomes suspicious of the new librarian at the Enchanted School.
(R) (S)

8.35 The Wild Thornberrys
Bad luck haunts the family when Donnie kidnaps an Aye-Aye, to the horror of the local villagers.
(R) (S)

Dani Behr and Joe Mace present another lively show, with performances from Natalie Imbruglia and fresh new band 3SL. Hollyoaks stars Gemma Atkinson and Alex Carter (who play Lisa and Lee Hunter) pop into the studio, plus the third of four video diaries, On Tour with Blue, and the regular challenges Risk, Gutbusters and Winner Stays On.
Comedy comes from Jackie Chan Adventures, there's LA 7 and The Cramp Twins, and cartoons The Mummy and Super Duper Sumos.

Contributors

Presenter:
Dani Behr
Presenter:
Joe Mace
Singer:
Natalie Imbruglia
Musicians:
null 3SL
Guest:
Gemma Atkinson
Guest:
Alex Carter
Producer:
Daniel Baldwin
Producer:
Jennifer Chatham
Executive Producer:
Annette Williams

Ray Stubbs introduces this week's football news and looks ahead to the Newcastle v Arsenal match at St James' Park, as well as Bolton against Blackburn and Leeds v Everton. Plus analysis from Mark Lawrenson.

Website: [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Ray Stubbs
Analysis:
Mark Lawrenson

A double helping of live rugby union action, introduced by Steve Rider in Dublin and John Inverdale in Cardiff, begins with news of the fortunes of the teams to date.
1.50 Wales v Italy Live action of the match from the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff (kickoff 2pm). The Welsh side suffered a record defeat in their opening Six Nations match against a strong Irish side but salvaged some honour a fortnight ago with a close match against France. Commentary comes from Jonathan Davies.
3.50 Ireland v Scotland Live coverage from Lansdowne
Road (kickoff 4pm). Ireland will be looking to strengthen their title challenge against
Scotland but will recall only to well their defeat last year at
Murrayfield which saw their Six Nations hopes dashed.
Bill McLaren and Philip Matthews provide the commentary.
Producer Jonny Bramley : Editor Carl Hicks WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sixnations BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers by using the red key on their remote control
More rugby action in Rugby Special on Thursday at 11.20pm on BBC2

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider
Introduced By:
John Inverdale
Unknown:
Jonathan Davies.
Unknown:
Bill McLaren
Unknown:
Philip Matthews
Producer:
Jonny Bramley
Editor:
Carl Hicks

A one-off entertainment show hosted by Ian Wright, with guests Victoria Beckham, Sopranos star Jamie-Lynn Sigler and boxer Audley Harrison, plus music from Alanis Morissette.

Contributors

Presenter:
Ian Wright
Guest:
Victoria Beckham
Guest:
Jamie-Lynn Sigler
Guest:
Audley Harrison
Guest:
Alanis Morissette
Producer:
Carlton Dixon
Producer:
Iain Hollands
Series Producer:
Peter Estall
Music by:
Tony Royden

Ulrika Jonsson hosts the ruthless game show where contenders battle it out for a chance to win £10,000.
Director Chris Power ; Producer Phil Parsons

Contributors

Unknown:
Ulrika Jonsson
Director:
Chris Power
Producer:
Phil Parsons

Contestants compete to jet around the globe. Includes the Thunderball, National Lottery and Lottery Extra draws. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Suzy Lamb Jet Set Departure Lounge is on Wednesday at 8.45pm

Contributors

Director:
Richard Valentine
Producer:
Suzy Lamb

Life Incognito. Dillon's private life affects his work.
Written by Tony McHale ; Producer Amanda Silvester ; Director A J Quinn
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/casualty

Contributors

Written By:
Tony McHale
Producer:
Amanda Silvester
Director:
A J Quinn
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Lisa Duffin:
Catherine Shipton
Max Gallagher:
Robert Gwilym
Patrick Spiller:
Ian Kelsey
Finlay Newton:
Kwame Kwei-Armah
Spencer:
Ben Keaton
Colette Griffiths:
Adjoa Andoh
Anna Paul:
Zita Sattar
Nikki Marshall:
Kelly Harrison
Dillon Cahill:
Dan Rymer
Comfort Jones:
Martina Laird
Lara Stone:
Christine Stephen-Daly
Jan Goddard:
Judy Loe
Tony Vincent:
Lee Warburton
Gilly:
Emily Dormer
Gemma:
Sheena Irving
LeeHenshawl:
Rhys Miles Thomas
Louise Templeton:
Di Botcher
Kenny Dawson:
John Francis
RheaYates:
Michele Austin
April King:
Jenny Galloway
Travis King:
Edward King
Simone:
Rhian Gruny

In tonight's story from the occasional crime series, bachelor Ed becomes involved in an argument with another driver that has life-changing consequences for all involved.

Contributors

Writer:
Anthony Horowitz
Producer:
Paul Knight
Director:
David Innes Edwards
Edward Buttimore:
Neil Dudgeon
Rose Buttimore:
Annette Crosbie
Samantha Johnstone:
Maggie O'Neill
DS Pryce:
Ross Boatman
Standring:
Raffaello Degruttola
Gareth Johnstone:
Guy Scantlebury
Naomi:
Naoko Mori
Frank:
Philip Bird
Jean:
Barbara Bolton
Gail Stephens:
Polly Nayler
Michael Johnstone:
Timothy Gleed
Charlie Johnstone:
Jack Cooper

Michael Parkinson continues his new series with an in-depth interview with Oscar-winning actor Mel Gibson.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard Mel Gibson is on Film 2002 with Jonathan Ross on Monday at 11.35pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Parkinson
Unknown:
Mel Gibson.
Director:
Stuart McDonald
Producer:
Beatrice Ballard
Producer:
Mel Gibson
Unknown:
Jonathan Ross

Coverage from South Africa as Commonwealth super middleweight holder David Starie defends his title against Australia's Marc Bargero. Introduced by Garry Richardson.
Producer Chris Lewis
Followed by Weathervlew

Contributors

Unknown:
David Starie
Unknown:
Marc Bargero.
Introduced By:
Garry Richardson.
Producer:
Chris Lewis

Drama starring Charlie Sheen and Martin Sheen. West Germany, 1965: rash behaviour lands a soldier in trouble and faced with the over-bearing sergeant in charge of the military stockade. Review page 61.
Director Martin Sheen (1991. 15)

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Sheen
Unknown:
Martin Sheen.
Director:
Martin Sheen

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