Rotten Ralph Percy tries to take over a radio station.
6.10 Albert the Fifth Musketeer
Albert must make the king a coach to be proud of. 6.35 Chucklewood Critters The
Critters learn that not all families are the same.
7.00 Smurfs' Adventures The tale of the astrosmurf.
7.20 Arthur Arthur hits a wrong note, then Francine and the Brain refuse to co-operate.
7.50 Looney Tunes Sylvester and Tweety land in hospital and ants wage war on Elmer Fudd.
8.10 Yvon of the Yukon A treasure hunt causes bedlam on the beach.
8.35 The Wild Thornberrys The
Thornberrys visit the Great Wall of China.
Craig David and the 3rd Edge boys join the fun in the studio and perform on Top of the Pops Saturday, while Gareth Gates spills the beans about life on tour with Will Young.
Plus The Woody Woodpecker Show, The Cramp Twins and The Fairly Odd Parents. Simon Grant and Fearne Cotton host.
Saturday Show Extra follows at 12 noon on CBBC channel
Manchester United welcome Chelsea, while Kevin Keegan takes Manchester City to
Newcastle, the last club he played for as a professional. Meanwhile, West Bromwich
Albion travel to Leeds as both try to overcome slow starts to their campaigns. With
Ray Stubbs and Mark Lawrenson. [web address removed]
Presented by Steve Rider.
1.05,1.35. 2.05 Racing Live coverage of three starts from Haydock Park.
1.20,1.40 Australian Open
Tennis Action from Melbourne of the the first tennis grand slam of 2003. Last year's winners were both surprises: Swede Thomas Johansson because he was 16th seed, and American Jennifer Capriati because she came from one set and 4-0 down to beat Martina Hingis in the final.
2.20 Rugby Union Live coverage of a crucial final group match from the European Cup (kickoff
2.45), which will decide who progresses to the quarter-finals. Defending European champions Leicester are expected to be in the mix, but face competition from a much-improved Gloucester and last season's runners-up Munster. TV presentation Ken Burton (rugby).
Gerry Morrison (racing) Fancy Grandstand's theme on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com
Manchester lads take on Croydon girls in the second of a new series of the girls-versus-boys game show. The teams compete in a series of challenges for the chance to win a holiday to the Pacific island of Bora Bora. With Ian Wright.
Director Sue McMahon ; Producer Mirella Beda www.bbc.co.uk/friendslikethese
Former Coronation Street actor Charles Dale , Night and Day's Joe McGann , EastEnder Laila Morse , Family Affairs David Easter and The Bill's Roberta Taylor are among TV stars coming face to face with the Queen of Mean for charity. Another Weakest Link Special is on Wednesday at 8pm
Contestants compete to travel the world. With
Eamonn Holmes. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball.
Director John L Spencer ; Producer Michael Mannes To appear on the show, call [number removed] (calls cost a maximum of 60p) The National Lottery- Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 8.55pm
Sins of the Father. Jack is found unconscious by Josh and Comfort. Dillon deals with a boy with learning difficulties.
Written by Jo O'Keefe ; Producer Pippa Brill ; Director Jim O'Hanlon
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With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Sci-fi adventure. When an asteroid threatens Earth, Nasa plans to drill into the rock and plant a nuclear device. With time running out, the task of saving mankind falls to ace oil man Harry S Stamper. Widescreen. Review page 44.
Director Michael Bay (1998, 15)
Harry S Stamper:
A J Frost:
Col William Sharp:
Jayotis Bear Kurleenbear:
Thriller starring Dolph Lundgren and George Segal. Framed for the murder of a cop, Wellman Santee goes on the run. He takes a young, female deputy sheriff hostage, and leads the cops on a high-speed chase. Review page 44.
Director Vic Armstrong (1993, 18)
Followed by Weathervlew
World light-welterweight champion Ricky Hatton and 2001 world motor rally champion Richard Burns guest, shown yesterday
With regulars Ally McCoist,
John Parrott and Sue Barker , shown yesterday
Second in the comedy
Chat Show series. Shown yesterday