Spot's Musical Adventures
The Puppy makes breakfast.
7.10 The Shiny Show
Tigs is today's quizmaster.
Ends 12 noon.
Georgina's sleepover doesn't go well.
7.35 Pocket Dragon Adventures
A surprise package arrives for the Wizard.
Montecero builds a dam to divert water.
8.10 Yvon of the Yukon
A gung-ho new Territory Officer jails the whole town- except Yvon.
Didi's birthday party is missing a cake, and Tommy frets about his lack of hair.
Hollyoaks stars Marcus Patric and Stefan Booth chat to Dani Behr and Joe Mace. S Club Juniors and Sugababes perform their new singles and the N'Sync karaoke competition concludes. Plus the contests Gutbusters and Winner Stays On, and cartoon fun with The Wild Thornberrys, The Cramp Twins and Jackie Chan Adventures. There's also S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin', the second of a ten-part series following the band on tour.
BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers.
S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin' is repeated tomorrow at 10am on BBC2
As the Premiership enters the final straight, Ray Stubbs previews Chelsea v Manchester United, Arsenal v Ipswich and Liverpool v Derby. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/football
Introduced by Hazel Irvine and Steve Rider.
1.10 Rowing A report on the team trials to select the Great
Britain line-up for the new season. Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell will be among the rowers in action in Hazewinkel, Belgium.
1.20 Motorcycling Coverage of the second round of the British
Superbikes championship from Brands Hatch.
2.00 Golf Live coverage from Druids Glen in Ireland of the second day's play in the Seve Trophy, as a team from Great Britain and Ireland takes on a team from continental Europe. Continues at 3.50pm on BBC2.
4.00 World Snooker Live coverage from the first day's play in the world championship at the Crucible
Theatre, Sheffield, with action from the match between champion Ronnie O'Sullivan and Scotland's Drew Henry. Producer Sharon Lence ; Editor
Ron Chakraborty WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
We're still snooker loopy: page 36
Jim Davidson takes a look back at highlights from his seventh and final series at the helm. With Lea Kristensen. Producer Ben Kellett
Classic comedy starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst. Happy Returns. A new spark in Rodney's life rekindles an old flame of Del's in this episode, first shown in 1985. Written by John Sullivan
Director Susan Belbin ; Producer Ray Butt
Couples put their knowledge to the test in the comic quiz show in which Â£30,000 is up for grabs. With Ruby Wax.
Contestants compete to jet around the globe. Includes the Thunderball, National Lottery and Lottery Extra draws. Director Richard Vaientine ; Producer Suzy Lamb Jet Set Departure Lounge is on Wednesday at 8.50pm
Big Rocks and Very Hard Places. Max faces an emotional decision when a sick teenager highlights the crisis in the - - hospital. And an MP makes a tragic discovery in a corridor.
Written by David Joss Buckley ; Producer David Crean ; Director Adrian Bean
Memories. Eminent paediatric surgeon Stuart Wilsher is plagued by a recurring nightmare in which a nine-year-old boy is killed. During a psychological counselling session, he recalls a similar incident from his childhood.
Written by Stephen Leather
Producer Paul Knight ; Director Nick Jones
Dr Anna Redford:
Young Mary Wilsher:
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Darren Bett.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Jeff Bridges , star of films including The Fisher King and The Fabulous Baker Boys , and Cold Feet star James Nesbitt are the guests. With music from legendary Tony Bennett.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard
Britain's heavyweight Audley Harrison , returns to the ring at Wembley Conference Centre, to face American Julius Long. It will be Harrison's fourth fight since winning an Olympic super heavyweight gold medal. Coverage of the Four Nations Amateur championships from Ireland follows. Producers Phil Bigwood and Chris Lewis ; Editor Carl Hicks
Followed by Weatherview
Gary Lineker and Alistair McGowan. shown yesterday