Ends 12 noon.
Triple bill. No Feet and Little Bear try to imitate each other, mice invade grandad's house, and the cub plays with Emily. (S)
The car pursues thieves who are dressed in an unusual outfit.
Shown last Monday BBC2 (S)
7.40 Fix and Foxi
Animated double bill. Fix and Foxi try to save Lupo from a dragon and then have to rescue the professor. (R) (S)
7.50 Gadget Boy
Spydra tries to steal Queen Anne's 12-diamond necklace. (R) (S)
8.15 Flint the Time Detective
Petra convinces Dr Goodman that the Time Shifters are adversely affecting Flint's schoolwork. (S)
Fun with the romper suited rebels. (S)
Dani Behr and Joe Mace welcome studio guests Philip Olivier and Jennifer Ellison, who play Tim and Emily O'Leary in Brookside, while boy band Blue perform their new single. Karaoke Kriminals continues, there's cartoon fun with Super Duper Sumos, Jackie Chan Adventures and The Cramp Twins, plus last week's episode of Hollywood 7 (which continues Thursday at 4.35pm) and comedy with So Little Time. (S)
Ray Stubbs previews the weekend's Premiership fixtures, including West Ham v Fulham and Liverpool v
12.50 News; Weather (S) (W)
Introduced by Steve Rider.
1.05, 1.40, 2.10, 2.45, 3.55
Rugby Union This afternoon's European Cup coverage includes live action between Newcastle
Falcons and Toulouse, as well as highlights from Friday's fixtures - Ulster v Stade Français, and Newport v Leinster.
Newcastle Falcons v Toulouse
Live coverage (kickoff 3pm) from Kingston Park as the home side, including Lions fly-half Jonny Wilkinson , face former winners and three-times semi-finalists Toulouse.
Victory is essential for Rob Andrew 's cup debutants if they are to progress to the quarter-finals. Commentary by Eddie Butler and Brian Moore.
1.20,1.55,2.25 Racing Three races from Ascot, with starts at 1.30, 2.00 and 2.35. This meeting attracts some of the country's best jumpers, including Grand National hopefuls.
Presented by Clare Balding .
Commentary by Jim McGrath ,
Peter Scudamore , Richard Pitman.
3.45 Football Half-Times News of scores around the country. TV presentation (rugby) Ken Burton
Editor Carl Hicks (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Results and reports on today's sporting action. (W)
Weather (S) (w)
5.30-5.35 Regional News and Sport (S) (W)
Challenges for tonight's eight contestants include making a traditional Cornish pasty, labelling parts of the body, and mastering a Russian Cossack dance. With Lea Kristensen. Director Sue McMahon ; Producer Ben Kellett (S) (W)
Continuing the boys-versus-girls game show in which two teams of friends battle to win a holiday. With Ian Wright.
Producers lain Holland and Samantha Hornick (S) (W)
Quiz in which 49 contestants compete to win a round-the-world trip. The winner goes through to Wednesday's show at 8.45pm to play for cash to take on their holiday. Includes the Thunderball, National Lottery and Lottery Extra draws. Director Patricia Mordecai ; Producer Jane O'Brien (S) (W)
For My Next Trick. While Guy Fawkes Night keeps the team busy, Jack plays a practical joke on Charlie that backfires.
Written by Vicky Cleaver , Rachel Gretton ; Producer David Crean ; Director
Paul Wroblewski WEBSITE: www.bb.co.uk/casualty (S) (W) Derek Thompson 's questionnaire: page 20
The Glorious Butranekh. Jeff, Jeannie and Martyfind themselves embroiled in the dark dealings of a religious cult when they depart for Latvia in search of a kidnapped baby. Including a guest appearance from Pauline Quirke.
Written/produced by Charlie Higson Executive producer Simon Wright (S) (w)
9.50 BBC News and Sport With Darren Jordon.
Weather with David Braine. (s) (w)
Followed by National Lottery Update
A special edition devoted to the career of Sting, covering his time with the Police, his solo output, his film appearances and his work regarding human rights and the environment. Director Stuart McDonald ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard (S)
Romantic thriller. Hardened Philadelphia cop John Book samples life in the reclusive Amish community when he is assigned to protect a woman whose son has witnessed a murder on a rare trip to the big city. Review page 57.
Director Peter Weir (1985, 15) (S)
Another chance to see the first in the new celebrity chat-show series.
Shown yesterday (S) (W)
With guests Bryan Robson.
Phil Tufnell , Matthew Pinsent and Audley Harrison.
Shown last Wednesday (S) (W)
Followed by Weathervlew (W)
Chart hits. Shown yesterday (S)