Fimbles Pom finds a life-enhancing cuddle.
6.20 Pingu The clumsy penguin plays conjurer's apprentice.
Arthur's antics jeopardise the ship.
Paul and Barry take over the running of a windmill.
Binky's underwear splits during class.
Tomfoolery with the Tasmanian devil.
7.45 Tom and Jerry Kids
A triple bill of juvenile highjinks.
8.10 Looney Tunes
A triple bill of fun with Bugs Bunny.
Animated action with the carpet-dwelling babies.
David Sneddon is the first subject of five films going backstage at the Fame Academy tour, while a karaoke singer wins the right to share the stage with Busted. On FA Cup final day, there's a live link-up with Gary Lineker on The Saturday Show mascots' big moment, and music comes from Eurovision hopefuls Jemini, Blazin' Squad, One True Voice, Girls Aloud and Emma Bunton.
Dannii Minogue features in Top of the Pops Saturday, and there's cartoon fun with The Scooby and Scrappy Show, The Woody Woodpecker Show and The Fairly Odd Parents.
With Fearne Cotton and Simon Grant.
(The Saturday Show Extra follows at 12 noon on CBBC channel)
Singer (Top of the Pops Saturday):
Live - the FA Cup Final Arsenal v Southampton
Live coverage from Cardiff's Millennium Stadium of the 131st FA Cup final, where the holders from north London are taking on the south-coast underdogs (kickoff 3.00).
After Premiership and Champions' League failure, a winforArseneWenger'smen will go some way to salvaging their season, but they will have to prevail without skipper Patrick Vieira. Swede Freddie Ljungberg today seeks to become the first to score in three finals in a row.
Gordon Strachan 's side upset the FA Cup form book by beating Manchester United 1-0 in the 1976 final but how high will the Saints' confidence levels be today after a 6-1 thrashing in a Premiership encounter with the Gunners just ten days ago?
Presented by Gary Lineker.
Commentary comes from John Motson with Trevor Brooking. Highlights are at 11.40pm. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor
Paul Armstrong BBCi: special interactive features available Live coverage of Celtic v FC Porto in the Uefa Cup final is Wednesday at 7.30pm
Ian Wright hosts the show in which contenders confront their fears and phobias to win a dream prize for a loved one. Director Derek Wheeler ; Producer Martyn Redman
The Sky's the Limit. Trotter's Independent Trading Co pic is on the brink of embracing the hi-tech world, but Del is too busy seeking solace from the bottle to be of practical help.
Writer John Sullivan ; Director Tony Dow ; Producer Gareth Gwenlan
Dale Winton hosts as five hopefuls bid to win a big-money prize. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws. Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producer David Young
Out on a Limb. Josh takes radical action when he discovers the paternity of Colette's baby. Jack makes his proposal to Nikki public and Luke is haunted by his past.
Written by Danny McCahon ; Producer Richard Handford
Director Richard Holthouse www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
Dr Chris Cassidy:
Comedy. Stroppy teenagers Kevin and Perry plan a trip to the clubbing mecca of Ibiza to realise their ambitions of being DJs and losing their virginity. There's just one catch - Kevin's parents want to come. Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director Ed Bye (2000, 15)
Eye Ball Paul:
With Jane Hill. Weather with Alex Deakin.
Followed by National Lottery Update
As the murder-mystery game reaches its climax, the two remaining investigators name the person they believe killed Catherine Prior - will one, both or neither take the first prize of £25,000? The Murder Game: Inside HQ follows on BBC3. Series editors Nichola Hegarty and David Tibballs BBCi: special features available to digital viewers www.bbc.co.uk/murdergame
Highlights of this afternoon's encounter in Cardiff, in which silverware-hungry Arsenal took on Southampton.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.10am
Crime drama starring
Edward Woodward and Elizabeth Hurley. A former police officer now living in America takes on the case of an ex-convict charged with killing a New York cop. Review page 48. Director James Frawley (1996)
With guests Denise Lewis, Cerys Matthews, Nigel Havers and Darius.
Followed by Weatherview
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