Boyzone's Keith Duffy, Kate Heavenor and Vernon Kay host Fully Booked Interactive, the magazine show full of celebrities, music and competitions in which viewers have the chance to connect with presenters and guests via e-mail, phone and the website.
Guests on the second show include Harry Enfield interviewed on Fbi VIP, and Billie with her new single Day and Night.
Brookside teenage tearaways Tim O'Leary, who plays Philip Oliver, and Emily Shadwick (Jennifer Ellison) drop in, while chart-toppers Toploader perform their new single Achilles Heel and newcomers Made in London play their debut song Dirty Water. Producers Gail Hendrie and Simon Parsons: Executive producer
Claire Mundell (W)
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Introduced by Steve Rider from Murrayfield.
12.20 Football Focus Ray Stubbs takes a look at the weekend's Premiership matches and the struggle for promotion and relegation, plus the battle for European qualification.
1.20 Snooker The final weekend's action from the World Snooker championship at the Crucible theatre in Sheffield. Commentary is by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , John Virgo and Dennis Taylor.
Semi-final continues at 5.20pm on BBC2. (S)
2.05 Rugby League Pre-match analysis prior to live coverage of rugby league's Challenge Cup final, the showpiece event from Murrayfield - home of Scottish rugby union. And from 2.45
Leeds Rhinos v Bradford Bulls
Live coverage of the final from Murrayfield, the first time the final has been held outside of England, with kickoff at 3pm. Leeds are the defending champions after last year's spectacular win against the London Broncos, but Bradford have been this season's most dominant team. Commentary by Ray French , Jonathan Davies.
4.45 Final Score A roundup of the day's football news and results. TV presentation (rugby league)
Malcolm Kemp ; Editor Carl Hicks (W)
The pop music family quiz show hosted by Jamie Theakston.
Team captains Suggs and Noddy Holder are joined by guests including Miriama from the Honeyz, Richard Fairbrass , Jamie from Hepburn and Westlife's Bryan McFadden.
Director Joanna Ball : Producer Robin Ashbrook (S)(W)
Today's dream prizes on the game show, hosted by Gaby Roslin , include releasing a rhino back into the wild in South Africa and helping move a pride of lions, and winning the Trotters' van from the sitcom Only Fools and Horses. Director Jonathan Bullen ; Producers Claire Horton and Amanda Wilson
DI Carter and his team bungle a drugs raid, which has dire consequences later for PC Nick Green, PC Richard Law and social worker Jenny Wilson. Episode written by Mark Davies Markham
Producer Ken Horn : Director Terry McDonough (S) (W) Alison Graham : page 46
Followed by National Lottery Update
Ch Insp Barnard:
DI Jack Carter:
DS Janet Miller:
Sgt Paul Dobson:
PC Nick Green:
PC Colin Jitlada:
PC Clive Gardner:
PC Pete Redfern:
PC Richard Law:
DC Mary Sutcliffe:
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Terry Wogan introduces a two-part guide to the perils of working for the BBC, beginning with the plight of Auntie's most put-upon employees, the presenters. Continues at 10pm. Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Tom Webber (S)
A galaxy of stars gather to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the formation of the Beatles. Performers include Anna Ford
, country star Reba McEntire , Engelbert Humperdinck , former EastEnders star Sid Owen and boy band Al. Hosted by Jane McDonald. See Choice.
Producer Mirella Breda: Executive producer David Young (S) Engelbert Humperdinck's Kind of Day: page
Gary Lineker introduces the pick of the day's Premiership matches. Studio analysis is by Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking and commentary is provided by John Motson , TonyGubba and Simon Brotherton.
Producer Paul McNamara ; Executive editor Niall Sloane
Repeated tomorrow at 8.20am (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/football
Thriller starring Robert Duvall as bank robber
Earl Macklin , just out of prison. The Mob has killed his brother and now it's time for Macklin to seek revenge.
Director John Rynn (1973, 15) (S) Films: pp 56-66 ****
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