Ends 12 noon.
Triple bill in which Little Bear enjoys Opposites Day and becomes the Sleepy Head
Will Brum save Sally's cake from a greedy gang? Shown last Mon, BBC2 (S) (W)
7.40 Fix and Fox!
Animated double bill. The cheeky duo build a plane out of a bike, and go in search of black diamonds. (R) (S)
7.50 Flint the Time Detective
Petra travels to China to free the terracotta soldiers. (S)
8.15 Gadget Boy
Spydra tries to stop the Wright brothers from inventing the aeroplane. (R)(S)
Fun with the rompersuited rebels. (R) (S)
S Club 7, Hearsay and Geri Halliwell join presenters Dani Behr and Joe Mace to perform their latest hits. 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 US comedy with So Little Time. (S) (W)
Ray Stubbs previews the weekend's Premiership action as Tottenham take on Arsenal, Leicester visit Manchester
United and Blackburn clash with Liverpool. There's also news of the FA Cup first round as the non-league survivors take on the professionals from divisions two and three. Match of the Day: the FA Cup 11.20pm WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/football
Introduced by Steve Rider.
1.00, 1.30, 3.55 Rugby Union Live action from Lansdowne
Road, Dublin, and the Millennium stadium, Cardiff. Ireland v New Zealand
Live coverage (kickoff 2pm) from Lansdowne Road where
Ireland take on the All Blacks. Although memories are still fresh of Ireland's drubbing by New Zealand four years ago, recent Irish form promises a closer contest. Nick Mullins and Phillip Matthews commentate. Wales v Tonga
Live first-half action (kickoff
4pm) from Cardiff's Millennium stadium. Commentary from Eddie Butler and Jonathan Davies. Second-half coverage follows at 4.50pm on BBC2.
1.15 Boxing Garry Richardson reports on Lennox Lewis 's preparations for his fight against Hasim Rahman in Las Vegas. A report on the fight can be seen tomorrow at 1.45pm on BBC2.
3.45 Football Half-Times
Producer Jonny Bramley ; Editor
Michael Cole (W)
Results and reports on today's sporting action. (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)
First in a new psychological quiz show series, hosted by Ruby Wax, in which three couples compete, relying on their partners to know the answer, and the longerthey wait to respond, the more they win.
Director James Ditchfield ; Producer Amanda Wilson (S) (W)
Phillip Schofield hosts the quiz in which 49 contestants attempt to win a round-the-world trip. The winner goes through to Wednesday's show at 8.50pm to play for cash to take on their holiday. Including the Thunderball, National Lottery and Lottery Extra draws.
Director Patricia Mordecai ; Producer Jane O'Brien (S) (W)
On her first day back, Duffy becomes involved with a bereaved father and son.
Written by Chris Webb
WEBSITE: [web address removed]
A one-night-only extravaganza from London's Royal Albert Hall as Robbie Williams performs the songs he grew up with - those of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Junior. The show blends music and comedy, with a script from Richard Curtis, and Robbie is joined on stage by surprise guests, a dance troupe and a 58-piece orchestra. Featuring Rupert Everett and Jane Horrocks.
(S) (W) Why Robbie's a swinger: page 21
With George Alagiah.
Weather with David Braine. (S) (W)
Followed by National Lottery Update
Michael Parkinson 's guests are actors Robbie Coltrane and Samuel L Jackson , and comedian and writer Ben Elton.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard (S)
Highlights of the day's action in the first round of the FA Cup, plus a roundup of other fixtures. Introduced by Gary Lineker , with analysis from Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson , and commentary by Barry Davies , Tony Gubba , Steve Wilson and Simon Brotherton.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong (S) (W) See also Match of the Day Live: the FA Cup tomorrow at 12.50pm
Satirical drama starring Sean Young as a television executive with a bright idea to bump up the ratings: a pay-per-view execution. All she requires is a suitable candidate - young, attractive and on death row. Review page 55.
Director Tommy Lee Wallace (1994, 15) (S)
Followed by Weathervlew (W)
Chart hits. Shown yesterday on BBC2 (S) (W)