Pre-school fun, fantasy and education.
Baby Ellie is finding it difficult to sleep.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
A tiny dog wants to be big.
Metalheads Can Schmooze blot the sun from the sky?
7-15 Super Duper Sumos Iron Man
Chef causes havoc.
7.35 Arthur Musical preferences come between Arthur and DW, then Arthur hides a guilty secret.
8.05 The Fairly Odd Parents Timmy goes back in time to discover the origin of Denzel Crocker.
8.30 The Saturday Show Featuring new music sensation Pop, while guests include Danny Young and Devon Anderson from Kerching! and Basil Brush. Plus Woody Woodpecker and Rugrats, and games including Feed Ma Face and Booty and the Beasts. Hosted by Simon Grant , Angellica Bell and Jake Humphrey. Director Grigor Stirling ; Executive producerColinNobbs
10.00 The Mysti Show The half-human, half-fairy meets James Fox. the UK's entrant for tonight's
Eurovision Song Contest; Rick and Ollie become zoo keepers; and one viewer goes backstage at the musical Fame. Also on CBBC channel. Director Angelo Abela ; Producer
U-00 Top of the Pops Saturday
Sam and Mark. Javine,
Christina Milian and Mark Owen perform live, and D-Side Pop 2 this week for one lucky fan. Hosted by Fearne Cotton. Director Simon Hepworth ; Producer Christina Brown Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel
Speculation on the final league positions on the last Premiership afternoon of the season, a look at the Nationwide League semi-final play-offs, and a preview of Wednesday's Uefa Cup final (to be shown on BBC TV). With Ray Stubbs.
With Steve Rider and Hazel Irvine.
1.05Trlathlon Highlights of the world championships from Madeira. With Graham Bell ,
Stuart Storey and Steve Trew.
1.50 Rugby League
St Helens v Wigan Live coverage from Cardiff's Millennium
Stadium of the Challenge Cup final (kick-off 2.30). The Saints may go into the match as favourites, but against the same opposition in the 2002 final it was the Warriors who won
21-12. Ray French and Jonathan Davies commentate, with Brian Noble and Brian Carney. Rugby league: TV presentation
Alan Griffiths ; Editor Carl Hicks BBCi: from 2.45, digital viewers can access the latest football scores on Score Interactive using their TV handset
British Eurovision favourites, including this year's UK entrant James Fox , face Anne Robinson as they mark tonight's contest, which starts at 8pm.
1/8. Top to toe in slinky sequined dresses and tail suits, eight celebrities are paired with professionals in a live ballroom dancing competition.
Hosted by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly, rugby legend Martin Offiah, opera diva Lesley Garrett, EastEnders' Christopher Parker, news presenter Natasha Kaplinsky, actress Claire Sweeney, comedian Jason Wood, Holby City's Verona Joseph and presenter David Dickinson will be strutting their stuff in a bid to win votes from the public and the studio judges, led by ballroom legend Lorna Lee.
Although no pair will be voted off tonight, from next week onwards the duo with the lowest score will depart the show until two teams remain in the final week. Viewers will be able to vote using the phone numbers announced on the night.
Further coverage at 7.15pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
A merry dance: page 12; Face of the Week - Bruce Forsyth: p55
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Dale Winton hosts the big-money quiz show.
Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producer David Young
The entertaining formula that combines a medley of music and dress styles with the playful commentary of Terry Wogan is back for this the 49th running of the contest. This year it takes place in the Abdi lpekci sports arena in Istanbul, Turkey, and following Wednesday's first ever semi-final, ten qualifiers join 14 other entries for tonight's final. Hosted by Korhan Abay and Meltem Cumbul, viewers can vote for their favourite song - excluding the UK entry - by phoning the numbers below. Alternatively text "Song" and the country's corresponding number to [number removed]. Calls and texts cost a maximum of 15p.
1: Spain - Filled Up by You by Ramon [number removed]
2: Austria - You Are by Tie-Break [number removed]
3: Norway - High by Knut Anders Sorum [number removed]
4: France - With Every Step by Jonatan Cerrada[number removed]
5: Qualifier - [number removed]
6: Qualifier - [number removed]
7: Qualifier - [number removed]
8: Germany - Just Can't Wait until Tonight by Max [number removed]
9: Qualifier - [number removed]
10: Qualifier - [number removed]
11: Qualifier - [number removed]
12: Qualifier - [number removed]
13: Belgium - 1 Life by Xandee [number removed]
14: Russia - Believe Me by Julia Savicheva [number removed]
15: Qualifier - [number removed]
16: Qualifier - [number removed]
17: Iceland - Heaven by Jon Josep Snaebjornsson [number removed]
18: Ireland - If My World Stopped Turing by Chris Doran [number removed]
19: Poland - Love Song by Blue Café [number removed]
20: United Kingdom - Hold Onto Our Love by James Fox [number removed]
21: Qualifier - [number removed]
22: Turkey - For Real by Athena [number removed]
23: Romania - I Admit by Sanda Ladosi [number removed]
24: Sweden - It Hurts by Lena Philipsson [number removed]
Director Sven Stojanovic; Producer Muhsin Yildirim
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Also broadcast on Radio 2
Eurovision ... a Little Bit More follows at 11.10pm on BBC3
BBCi: digital viewers can access lyrics to all the entries via their TV handset Everything you wanted to know about Eurovision: page 16
With Jane Hill. Weather Peter Gibbs.
Followed by National Lottery Update
While touring Europe promoting her Living Proof album in 2001, the multi-talented American star Cher discusses her widely varied career. Featuring contributions from friends, family and colleagues who have worked with her. Director/Producer Corinne Bishop
Dale Winton and Morrissey guest, shown yesterday
Followed by Weatherview
Rugby union star Matt Dawson guests as a captain on the show. Shown yesterday
Chart hits. Shown yesterday