Pom finds a hat with bells on it.
The little penguin gets musical.
Bobweb decides to make the Thunderbottom high-tech.
Paul and Barry set up a white elephant stall.
7.00 Tom and Jerry Kids
A triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.
Two more episodes of frenzied fur-ball fun.
Zarlak turns Verne and Cassy evil.
DW visits the White House, then Arthur is given a mysterious envelope.
Puppies are put up for adoption, then the babies battle the Evil Miss Angelique.
Ex-Brookside star Jennifer Ellison, boy band D-Side and Fame Academy's Sinead Quinn are in the studio and the heat is on in the S Club 8 karaoke final.
Plus backstage at Glastonbury, more from the Scooby Zone and cartoon fun includes The Woody Woodpecker Show and The Scooby and Scrappy Show. With Fearne Cotton and Simon Grant.
Introduced by Roger Black, Sue Barker and Clare Balding.
12.15 Athletics Focus
Ethiopia's all-conquering distance runners.
Coverage from Eastbourne of the final of the women's tournament, which traditionally provides a warm-up to Wimbledon. This year's event saw one of its strongest fields ever, including four of the world's top ten players Jennifer Capriati, Daniela Hantuchova, Jelena Dokic and the defending champion Chanda Rubin.
2.20, 3.40, 4.15 Royal Ascot
Coverage of the final day of the glamorous race meeting features four starts. The prestigious Golden Jubilee Stakes is at 3.45, with the Sandringham Stakes at 2.30, the Hardwicke Stakes at 3.05 and the Wokingham Stakes at 4.20.
3.25, 3.55, 4.30 Athletics
Live European Cup action from Florence. The cream of Europe's athletes compete at this eight-nation event. Great Britain's men will be hoping to kick-start their defence of the title with Mark Lewis-Francis, favourite from the top-class pool of talent for the 100m (4.05), long jumper Chris Tomlinson (4.40) and Daniel Caines in the 400m (5.00). Continues on BBC2.
TV presentation (racing) Gerry Momson, (tennis) Helen Kuttner
Win a Golden Ticket to this summer's major sporting events: page 11
The Chance of a Lunchtime
Raquel lands an audition.
Written by John Sullivan
Beginning a new series in which parents select a prospective suitor to accompany their son or daughter on holiday.
The Butlers. A man with an unusual approach to security, a model for Gay Times and a golden boy with magic hair.
Who will gain the approval of Louise Butler 's mum and dad? Director Justin Murphy ; Producers Mark Tinkler , DaveWinnan SmartTV Featured In this term's Issue of SmartTV magazine: available from WHSmlth; or order on [number removed]
Unsuspecting shoppers take a blind taste test, while a tongue-tied businessman causes pavement gridlock and a tale of mannequin-love leads to shopping-mall mayhem. Director Pascal Carette ; Producer Philip Morrow
Dale Winton hosts as five hopefuls bid to win big money. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producer David Young
A Special Day. Simon's career hangs in the balance in the last of the current run. And it's Nikki and Jack's big day-but where's the bride? The series returns in early autumn.
Written by Gregory Evans ; Producer Pippa Brill
Director Declan O'Dwyer www.bbc.co.uk/casualty Campaign for real aliments: page 15; TV cliches: page 27
Incubus. A patient's horrific injuries prompt Jude to call in the demon hunter. His investigations uncover further victims - all young, female patrons of a certain nightclub.
Written by Andrew Marshall ; Producer Marcus Mortimer
Director Simon Massey www.bbc.co.uk/strange
Dr Chris Harry:
With Maxine Mawhinney.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Supernatural thriller starring Patricia Arquette and Gabriel Byme. When young Frankie Paige develops signs of stigmata, Vatican investigator Father Andrew Kiernan is sent to the US to examine her case - and soon begins to question his allegiance to the Church. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director Rupert Wainwright (1999.18)
Action from the final day of the race meeting.
Thriller starring Genevieve Bujold.
The daughter of a lawyer is abducted and the kidnappers demand her suicide for the girl's life. Review page 54.
Director Sara Botsford (1996, 15)
Followed by Weathervlew
Top soap stars test their sporting knowledge. Shown yesterday
Chart hits. Shown yesterday