Teletubbies Pre-school fun, fantasy and education. (AD)
6.40 Angelmouse David Jason narrates another animated tale of the altruistic rodent.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog A bad cold causes Charley to miss a big basketball game.
A lucky peasant gets royal treatment.
7.15 Super Duper Sumos
The Sumos update their image.
Francine tries to be in two places at once, then Muffy visits the big city.
8.05 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy becomes a grown-up, then gets the ultimate video game.
8.30 The Saturday Show
Pop group VS perform live in the studio. Plus games Feed Ma Face, Flap YerFish , Who Bin in da Club? and Booty and the Beasts, and cartoon fun with Woody Woodpecker and Rugrats. With Angellica Bell , Simon Grant and Jake Humphrey.
Director Grigor Stirling ; Executive producer Colin Nobbs
10.00 The Mysti Show
The half-human, half-fairy teen talks to D-Side about their new single, while Rick and Ollie try their hand at morris dancing, and Ella gets a makeover from Jack and Abbey. Also on CBBC channel.
Director Stephen Wollfenden : Producer Michael Connock
11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
There's something of a Blue theme today, as the boy band perform twice and heartthrobs Lee and Duncan are put On the Spot. Also performing are Mario Winans. Evanescence and Angel City. while Peter Andre will be Pop Busting his biggest fan. Hosted by Fearne Cotton.
Director Simon Hepworth ; Producer Christina Brown
Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel
With just seven days until Euro 2004 kicks off, Ray Stubbs previews the festival of football in Portugal as Sven-Goran Eriksson puts the finishing touches to his team in today's friendly with Iceland. Highlights of England v Iceland are in Match of the Day at 11.05pm
One of the racing calendar's most colourful events, dating back to 1780, comes live from Epsom Downs, hosted by Sue Barker and Clare Balding.
This year's Derby will hopefully live up to the excitement of 2003, when a late surge from Kris Kin under Kieran Fallon saw off the Great Gatsby, who had led from the off.
The big race is at 4.20, with other starts at 2.00, 2.30, 3.00 and 3.30. Commentary and analysis by Jim McGrath , Ian Bartlett , RayCochrane and Angus Loughran. Interviews and reports from Lydia Hislop and Rishi Persad. Highlights of the day are at 11.55pm.
TV presentation (racing) Gerry Morrison Editor Carl Hicks
The public turn a blind eye as a shoplifter fills his pockets in an episode of the hidden-camera Show.
3/8. Does 25-year-old Marcus love his mum enough to walk over hot coals for her? And can Sadie's love for her fiance
Stuart help conquer her fear of heights? With Ian Wright.
Director Tim van Someren; Series producer Sean Kneale
4/8. The halfway point in the ballroom battle sees the six remaining couples hoping to impress the judges in the foxtrot and paso doble. Viewers can vote via the phone numbers provided on the night. Further coverage at 7.40pm on BBC3. Director Alex Rudzinski ; Executive producer Karen Smith www.bbc.co.uk/strictlycomedancing
Dale Winton hosts the quiz show in which five contestants compete for a share of the big money jackpot.
Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producer David Young
The Good Father. Luke faces the inquest but it's the widow's accusations that leave him feeling responsible. Casualty takes a break for Euro 2004 and is due to return on 17 July.
Writer Catherine Tregenna ; Producer Sophie Anwar ; Director Sean Geoghegan www.bbc.co.uk/casualty Trust me, I'm an actor ... : page 12
Secrets of the Dead. A solicitor is found brutally murdered. Is it a crime of passion or the work of a serial killer?
Writer Tom Needham
Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director Ross Devenish (AD)
DS Andy Dalziel:
Dl Peter Pascoe:
Dr Robert Silwood:
Sgt Ted Lock:
DS Mark Lock:
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Helen Willetts.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of England's friendly against Iceland - Sven's last chance to assess his squad before they kick off their Euro 2004 campaign in Lisbon. Presented by Gary Lineker , with commentary from Steve Wilson and Mark Bright.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong McGowan and Ancona's take on Euro 2004: page 13
Highlights of today's prestigious racing event at Epsom Downs.
Meryl Streep and Sam Neill star in a dramatisation of the infamous "Dingo Baby" case.
Amid the scenic beauty of Ayers Rock, a baby disappears. Was Azaria Chamberlain abducted by a wild dog? Or did her mother Lindy commit a bizarre murder? Review page 47. Director Fred Schepisi (1988.15) (AD)
With Patrick Stewart ,
Lucy Davis and David Duchovny. shown yesterday
Followed by Weatherview
Chart hits. Shown yesterday