Fimbles Rmbo finds a sleeping bag.
6.20Pingu The penguin encounters a cross-country skier.
Birthday surprises are in store for Abercromby.
The duo uncover ajewel smuggling racket.
Written by John Sayle
7.00 Tom and Jerry Kids
Animated cat-and-mouse antics.
Pandemonium ensues when Taz and the boys are left alone, then Taz comes between the Platypus brothers.
Zarlak tricks Cassy into boarding a ghost ship.
Buster decides he's a hero, then DW drives Arthur crazy with her new CD.
Angelica believes her Cynthia doll has come to life, then she tries to persuade Phil to play a "cute baby" game.
It's the last ever S Club United performance, with S Club and S Club 8 in the studio for games and a ride in the Time Machine. Music also comes from Mel C, new girl group Tommi and D-Side, whose latest video gets an exclusive airing.
Plus, there's the Scooby Zone, Pick Your Nose, part three of the behind-the-scenes tour of Fame Academy, and cartoon fun with The Woody Woodpecker Show and The Scooby and Scrappy Show. With Fearne Cotton and Simon Grant.
The Saturday Show Extra follows at 12 noon on CBBC channel
BBC Popgirl Magazine: price Â£1.50
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.15, US, 1-45, 2.15 Golf Live coverage of the third round of this year's PGA championship from Surrey's picturesque
Wentworth course. The cream of Europe's golfing talent will be doing battle in the flagship event of the European Tour, a competition won last year by Denmark's Anders Hansen.
With commentary by Peter Allis , Alex Hay , Ken Brown , Beverley Lewis and John Hawksworth.
1.00, 1.35, 2.00 Racing
Coverage from Haydock where the highlight of the three-race card is the 2.10 Silver Bowl. Last year Kieron Fallon demonstrated why he is champion jockey by guiding Common World home by a short head in a dramatic finish. Other starts are at 1.10 and 1.40. With Clare Balding, Willie Carson , Angus Loughran and Rishi Persad.
TV presentation Paul Davies (golf)
Gerry Morrison (racing)
More phobias faced and neuroses nullified as contestants attempt to make a loved one's dream come true. With Ian Wright. Director Derek Wheeler ; Producer
An episode of the classic sitcom from November 1983.
Friday the 14th. Del's latest scheme involves a trip to Devon on a game-fishing weekend. But is an encounter with an escapee from a mental home all part of the plan?
Written by John Sullivan ; Produced and directed by Ray Butt BBC PRODUCTS: Great Comedy Moments, VHS £15.00, DVD £15.99
Chief of security:
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
Terry Wogan commentates on the 48th annual Eurovision Song Contest, live from the Skonto Olympic Complex in Riga, Latvia. Hosts Renars Kaupers and Marie N introduce entries from 26 countries, after which viewers can vote by phone for their favourite song - excluding the UK entry - on the numbers below. Calls cost a maximum of lOp.
Iceland Open Your Heart by Birgitta [number removed]
Austria Man Is the Measure of All Things by Alf Poier [number removed]
Ireland We've Got the World by Mickey Harte [number removed]
Turkey Everyway That I Can by Sertab Erener [number removed]
Malta To Dream Again by Lynn Chircop [number removed]
Bosnia-Herzegovina Could It Be? by Mija Martina
Portugal Keep the Dream Alive by Rita Guerra [number removed]
Croatia I Can't Be Your Lover by Claudia Beni [number removed]
Cyprus Feeling Alive by Stelios Constantas
Germany Let's Get Happy by Lou
Russia Don't Believe, Don't Be Afraid by Tatu
Spain Tell Me by Beth
Israel Words for Love
Netherlands One More Night by Esther Hart [number removed]
United Kingdom Cry Baby by Jemini
Ukraine Hast la Vista by Olexandr
Greece Never Let You Go by Mando [number removed]
Norway I'm Not Afraid to Move On by Jostein Hasselgard [number removed]
France The Moon and the Stars by Louisa Baileche
Poland No Borders by Ich Troje
Latvia Hello from Mars by Fly [number removed]
Belgium Sanomi by Urban Trad
Estonia Eighties Coming Back by Ruffus
Romania Don't Break My Heart by Nicola [number removed]
Sweden Give Me Your Love by Fame
Slovenia Nanana by Karmen [number removed]
Director Marius Bratten ; Producer Brigita Rozenbrika www.bbc.co.uk.eurovision Also broadcast on Radio 2 Liquid Eurovision - a Little Bit More follows on BBC3
BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers
Turkish delight: page 12; A passion for Europop: page 28
Smart TV Featured in this term's issue of Smart TV magazine: available from WHSmith; or order on [number removed]
With Darren Jordon. Weather with Michael Fish m
Followed by National Lottery Update
Biopic of Valley of the Dolls author Jacqueline Susann , starring Bette Midler and Nathan Lane , and featuring Sarah Jessica Parker and John Cleese. When her acting career failed to materialise, Susann turned to writing novels. Her trashy tales of unnamed Hollywood stars sold millions, but fame came at a heavy price. Widescreen. Review page 53. Director Andrew Bergman (1999.15) Film Trivia: page 63
With Phil Tufnell ,
Carol Vorderman and Mel C. Shown yesterday
Followed by Weatherview
Chart hits. Shown yesterday