Ends at 12 noon.
Little Bear Triple bill. The Bears go blueberry picking. (R) (S)
7.25 Brum Brum has to get Scruffy the dog out of trouble. (R) (S)
7.35 Fix and Foxi Animated double bill. Fix, Foxi and Lupo enter a fishing contest. (R) (S)
7.45 Noah's Island More adventures with the polar bear. (R) (S)
8.10 Zorro A Japanese noblewoman is shipwrecked. (R) (S)
8.35 Rugrats Cartoon fun with the pint-sized pests. (R) (S)
As L&K comes to the end of its eight-year run, Sarah Cawood, Heather Suttie, Ortis and Trey Farley look back at the best moments from the series with guests including Steps, Katy Hill, Zoe Ball and Andi Peters.
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BBC Live and Kicking magazine Â£1.80 available monthly from retailers
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Ray Stubbs previews this weekend's matches, including regular updates from Goodison Park of today's Merseyside derby (kickoff 12noon). WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/football
Introduced by Hazel Irvine.
1.05 Six Nations Rugby
A look ahead to Scotland v Ireland, next Saturday at Murrayfield.
A preview of next week's vital Davis Cup match, in which Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski take on Ecuador.
1.20 Touring Cars
Rounds 21 and 22 of the British Touring Car Championship from
Silverstone. Commentators Charlie Cox and John Watson.
2.10, 2.40, 3.05 Racing
Claire Balding, Willie Carson and Jim McGrath present action from the final day of Epsom's flat racing season, with starts at 2.40, 2.50 and 3.25.
And from the Curragh, coverage at 3.15 of the Irish St Ledger.
2.25, 2.55 Athletics
Highlights of the Junior Great North Run and Newcastle Quay Races.
3.30 Olympic Dreams
A look at Britain's hopefuls for the Athens Olympics in 2004.
3.45 Football Half Times
Action from Sheffield of former undefeated British, Commonwealth and European light-heavyweight champion Clinton Woods' WBC final eliminator against
Ugandan Yawe Davies. Commentary by Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall.
Racing producer Gerry Morrison
Editor Michael Cole (W) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
Chefs Lesley Waters and Ross Burden are joined by The Bill's Billy Murray and Coronation
Street's Amanda Barrie. With
Ainsley Harriott. (S) (W)
Continuing the series of the family game show. Mr Blobby lends the contestants a hand with challenges including making six chocolate eclairs in a minute. With Lea Kristensen. (S) (W) 85630.1
Game show in which six contestants exploit what they know about each other to win Â£10,000. Hosted by Ulrika Jonsson. Director Geraldine Dowd: Producers Howard Davidson and Andrew Norgate
Phillip Schofield hosts the quiz in which 49 contestants compete to win a round-the-world trip. The winner goes through to Wednesday's programme at 8.45pm, to play for money to take on their holiday. Also the Thunderball, National Lottery and Lottery Extra draws.
Director Patnda Mordecai: Producer Jane O'Brien (S) (W)
First in a new series of the medical drama.
Holding the Baby. Josh and Finlay's lives literally hang in the balance after an accident.
Written by Stephen McAteer
Director Adrian Bean ; Producer Mervyn Watson (S) (W) New blood: page 12
BBC1 takes over live coverage of the spectacular finale to the 2001 Prom season. The BBC Symphony Orchestra's American conductor, Leonard Slatkin, lends a transatlantic theme to proceedings, which include John Adams's Short Ride in a Fast Machine and a Sousa march made famous by Monty Python. American mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade makes her Proms debut with Canteloube's Songs of the Auvergne and the evening concludes with the traditional sing-along, joined by those gathered at Proms in the Park locations around the country. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
Also broadcast on Radio 3 and the finale from 9.45pm on Radio 2. (S) (W)
BBC CD: The Best Proms Album in the World... Ever! Available from retailers.
Subsequent timings and programmes may change
Followed by The National Lottery Update
Last Night of the Proms
5.35pm BBC2, 9.10pm BBC1
Arguably the world's most famous musical event, this is the evening that sways even the most half-hearted classical-music listener to join in and enjoy. The flag-waving revelry is an important part of the season's finale, but there is also a nod in the direction of the Stars and Stripes this year, as American-born Leonard Slatkin rounds off his first season as BBC Symphony Orchestra's chief conductor with John Philip Sousa's Liberty Bell march (the Monty Python theme). Once again, we are promised a surprise from the soloist performing Rule, Britannia! Previously we've seen Bryn Terfel sporting a Welsh rugby shirt and Jane Eaglen in a sequined top which was ripped off at an appropriate moment to reveal a huge Union Jack.
The biggest change to the event was the introduction six years ago of the Proms in the Park. Thousands of people unable to get a ticket for the Royal Albert Hall can join in the celebrations via a live big-screen link-up in Hyde Park and this year, for the first time, so can people in Liverpool, Gateshead and St Austell.
Music, plus CD reader offer: page 22 (Jane Rackham)
With Darren Jordon. Weather Peter Cockroft. (S) (W)
Comedy thriller starring Whoopi Goidberg and Sam Elliott. Wisecracking undercover cop Rita Rizzoii fights to block the source of a deadly cocaine-based cocktail. Review page 57. Director Tom Holland (1987.18) (S)
Continuing the comedy sports quiz series hosted by Nick Hancock.
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Host Sue Barker and team captains John Parrott and A!!y McCoist are joined by Steve Davis , Steve Redgrave , Martin Brundte and Mark Butcher. Shown !ast Monday (S) (W) 14835S2
Chart hits. Shown yesterday(S)
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