Spot's Musical Adventures
Tom and Helen spend a night in Spot's tent.
7.10 The Shiny Show
Tigs has visited a puppet theatre.
Ends 12 noon.
Pocket Dragon Adventures
The dragons try to show the wizard he really needs them.
Verne, Cassy and Gus are sent to retrieve a magic portal.
8.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza and Darwin find themselves in the middle of a battle.
The babies try to stop autumn advancing.
Emmerdale's Samantha Giles and former soap stars Charles Dale of Coronation Street and Claire Sweeney of Brookside join Dani Behr and Joe Mace.
With music from Toploader and ATC, and a trip back to school with S Club Juniors. Plus the second heat of Atomic Kitten Karaoke, and the usual fun with Cubix, The Cramp Twins, Big Wolf on Campus and Jackie Chan Adventures. (S)
BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers
Continuing live coverage of the third round of the Open from Muirfield. A year ago at this stage any of more than 20 players could have won the event but it was eventual winner American David Duval who shot a best-of-the-day 65 to become joint leader with Ian Woosnam, Bernhard Langer and Alex Cejka.
Introduced by Steve Rider, with commentary by Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Alex Hay, Wayne Grady, Laura Davies, Julian Tutt and Beverly Lewis.
Reports from Dougie Donnelly and Phil Jones.
Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater
BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button for options, including hole-by-hole progress of the leading players.
Stephen Hendry , Ray Reardon and Jimmy White guest on the snooker-themed show, with Jim Davidson and John Virgo. Director Sue McMahon ; Producer Geoff Miles
Brookside star-turned-singer Claire Sweeney and former TV presenter Anneka Rice are this week's guests on the comedy game show in which contestants take control of a celebrity for a day. Hosted by Eamonn Holmes. Last in series. Director Pati Marr ; Series producer Simon Welton
Nine drag queens brave Anne Robinson's acerbic quips in the quiz with a potential Â£50,000 in prize money.
Producer Dee Todd ; Series producer Eileen Herlihy
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Dale Winton presents tonight's edition of the game show. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
Producer Kate Middleditch ; Executive producer David Young www.bbc.co.uk/lottery
The National Lottery- Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 8.30pm
The final episode of the comedy series, first shown in 2000. Things Aren't Simple Anymore. Margaret struggles to come to terms with life after Victor.
Written by David Renwick ; Director Christine Gernon
Producer Jonathan P Llewellyn BBC DVD: Best of One Foot in the Grave, price £15.99
Cabaret Ed Welch,:
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Rob McElwee.
War drama. During the Gulf War, Lt Col Nat Serling accidentally destroys one of his own tanks. Back in the States, the incident is covered up and Serling throws his energies into the investigation of Karen Walden , a female pilot due to receive a posthumous Medal of Honour. Is Walden really the heroine claimed by some, or is this another cover-up? Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director Edward Zwick (1996. 15)
Lt Col Nat
Action adventure. Two convicts brave the subzero temperatures of Alaska to escape from prison. They board a passing train, but the driver suffers a heart attack, leaving the engine on full throttle. With the warden on their tail and railway officials watching the train's every move, the convicts find themselves facing almost certain death aboard the runaway locomotive. Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director Andrei Konchalovsky (1985, 18) ****
Barbara Windsor , comic duo Adam and Joe, Changing Rooms'
Carol Smillie and entertainer Keith Harris are among the guests. Shown yesterday
Followed by Weatherview
Chart hits. Shown yesterday