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Wacky fun with Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood. Including Batfink, BB3B and The Cramp Twins. Also on the CBBC channel.
BBCi: digital viewers can play Buttons, Balls and Bungalaa via the red button, during cartoons and at the end of the show

Contributors

Presenter:
Richard McCourt
Presenter:
Dominic Wood
Director:
Simon Hepworth
Producer:
Steve Ryde

Performances from Rooster, McFly and Verbilicious, and a special recording of Jennifer Lopez in America. Plus, girl band the Faders Dare to Pop while McFly are On the Spot. With Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes.
Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel

Contributors

Musicians:
null Rooster
Musicians/interviewees:
null McFly
Singer:
null Verbilicious
Singer:
Jennifer Lopez
Interviewees:
The Faders
Presenter:
Fearne Cotton
Presenter:
Sam Nixon
Presenter:
Mark Rhodes
Director:
Adrian Johnson
Producer:
Christina Brown

With Steve Rider and John Inverdale.
1.05 Rugby Build-Up
1.30 Italy v Wales Live coverage from Rome, where former All
Black John Kirwan 's Italy side will look to avenge last season's 44-10 thrashing in Cardiff. Commentary Andrew Cotter. Jonathan Davies.
3.40 Football Half-Times
4.00 Scotland v Ireland Live coverage from Murrayfield of the first half of the home nations tie. Scotland will be desperate for victory, having finished bottom last year, but Ireland's impressive line-up should mean their confidence is high. Commentary by Nick Mullins and Philip Matthews. Second-half coverage is on BBC2. Producer Jonathan Bramley
Editor Carl Hicks BBCi: rugby fans can enjoy extra features, including a selection of commentaries, statistics and post-match analysis (text [number removed] with questions); and from 2.45 the latest football news is on Score Interactive

Contributors

Unknown:
John Inverdale.
Unknown:
John Kirwan
Unknown:
Andrew Cotter.
Unknown:
Jonathan Davies.
Commentary By:
Nick Mullins
Commentary By:
Philip Matthews.
Producer:
Jonathan Bramley
Editor:
Carl Hicks

Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion
Coverage from White Hart Lane of the all-Premiership FA Cup fourth-round replay (kick-off 5.30).
With a home tie against Championship side
Nottingham Forest the prize, both teams will be desperate for victory. The Tottenham fans will no doubt reserve an especially warm welcome for former
Arsenal stars Nwankwo Kanu and Kevin Campbell , who are now on the Baggies' books. If the scores are level after 90 minutes, extra time, and maybe penalties, will be required to determine a winner. Presented by Gary Lineker , with commentary by John Motson.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Andrew Clement

Contributors

Unknown:
White Hart Lane
Unknown:
Nwankwo Kanu
Unknown:
Kevin Campbell
Presented By:
Gary Lineker
Commentary By:
John Motson.
Producer:
Ian Finch
Editor:
Andrew Clement

A luxurious destination awaits the contestant whose general knowledge outshines their five opponents' in the quiz with Eamonn Holmes. Plus tonight's draws. Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Michael Mannes TO BE A CONTESTANT: call [number removed]461 (calls cost 60p max)

Contributors

Unknown:
Eamonn Holmes.
Director:
John L Spencer
Producer:
Michael Mannes

Live from London's Leicester Square Odeon, the prestigious ceremony celebrating the best in British and international film-making over the past year, hosted once again by Stephen Fry.

Among the films likely to make an impact tonight are Martin Scorsese's The Aviator with 14 nominations, Finding Neverland with 12, and Vera Drake with 11, including one for the film's British director Mike Leigh. Other home-grown hopefuls include Kate Winslet and Imelda Staunton, who between them received three nominations in the Actress in a Leading Role category. A host of famous faces, including Juliette Lewis, Cate Blanchett, Pierce Brosnan and Sienna Miller will be presenting the awards. Special presentations include the Academy Fellowship and the Michael Balcon Award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema, and there's the all-important Film of the Year category, as voted for by the public.
The RT Interview with Imelda Staunton: page 30

Today's Choices: Entertainment: The British Academy Film Awards 8.10pm BBC1
The Baftas have traditionally taken place on a Sunday night but this year they've moved to Saturday - what better night for a glamorous movie bash packed with celebs? Kate Winslet will be competing not only against Imelda Staunton for Vera Drake but against herself in the best actress category, as she's been nominated for both Finding Neverland and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. But the night could belong to director Martin Scorsese and his Howard Hughes biopic The Aviator, which is shortlisted in a whopping 14 categories. As usual, Stephen Fry will host the event, in his nicely sardonic way. (David Butcher)

The RT Interview with Bafta nominee Imelda Staunton: page 30

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephen Fry.
Unknown:
Martin Scorsese
Unknown:
Vera Drake
Director:
Mike Leigh.
Unknown:
Kate Winslet
Unknown:
Imelda Staunton
Unknown:
Juliette Lewis
Unknown:
Cate Blanchett
Unknown:
Pierce Brosnan
Unknown:
Sienna Miller
Unknown:
Michael Balcon
Director:
Geri Dowd
Producer:
Katherine Allen

Did Everton improve their chances of a Champions League place when they welcomed Premiership leaders Chelsea to Goodison Park? And were there changes at the bottom of the table after relegation-threatened sides Blackburn and Norwich clashed at Ewood Park?
Ray Stubbs presents highlights of all five top-flight matches, plus the goals from the FA Cup replays. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Steve Boulton
Repeated tomorrow at 8.10am www.bbc.co.uk/motd Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Stubbs
Producer:
Phil Bigwood
Editor:
Steve Boulton

Thrill-packed horror comedy sequel from director Sam Raimi , starring
Bruce Campbell. Ash's romantic break in a remote cabin goes terrifyingly wrong when he accidentally unleashes an evil force that possesses his girlfriend. Review page 53. (1987,18) Film Trivia: page 51
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director:
Sam Raimi
Unknown:
Bruce Campbell.

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