Pre-school fun, fantasy and education.
6.40 The Story Makers
Jelly and Jackson forage around in Rossetti's tool box.
7.00 Astro Boy: Doctor O'Shay creates a sister for Astro Boy.
7.20 The Mummy: An evil Egyptian mummy is called back from the dead after 3,000 years.
7.45 Arthur: Arthur loses his way, then remembers all the things he did over summer.
8.10 Taz-Mania: Double bill. Romance is in the air for Constance Koala, then will Taz be captured?
8.35 The Scooby-Doo Show The Gang run into an alligator-headed monster.
9.00 Dick and Dom in da Bungalow
Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood return for a new run of their zany entertainment show, with a new room in their one-storey funhouse. Old game favourites include Dirty Norris along with new ones like Kiss Dick Quick, plus cartoons Batfink, Looney Tunes, The Fairly Odd Parents and Watch My Chops. Also on CBBC channel. Director Simon Hepworth; Producer Steve Ryde The fun continues tomorrow at 9am on CBBC channel
11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
McFly, DJ Casper, VS, Peter Andre and the Cheeky Girls are among the guests popping in today. Presented by Feame Cotton and Sam & Mark. Director James Morgan; Producer Christina Brown Rptd 6pm CBBC channel
A look back over the past week's events in football and a preview of today's Premiership fixtures, including the London derby
Fulham v Arsenal, Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion and updates on Aston Villa and Chelsea's lunchtime encounter. Manish Bhasin is joined by Mark Lawrenson ,
Gordon Strachan and Gary Pallister. www.bbc.co.uk/football
Presented by Clare Balding and Ray Stubbs.
1.05 The Road To Athens A preview of the Paralympics, which begin on Friday.
1.35 Triathlon Our top triathletes gather in Liverpool to do battle at the Albert Dock.
2.40 Around the Grounds All the latest football news.
2.45,3.50 Boxing Exciting
London prospect David Haye takes on IBO cruiserweight champion Carl Thompson at Wembley. Haye has stopped each of his ten opponents to date, while Thompson returns from a six-month ban for the use of illegal gloves earlier this year.
3.15 Racing Coverage of the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown racecourse.
3.45 Football Half-times Producer Richard Carr
Editor Ron Chakraborty BBCi: from 2.45, digital viewers can access the latest football scores on Score interactive using their TV handset
Results round-up, with reports from around the grounds and news, with Ray Stubbs.
The Chance of a Lunchtime. Raquel's audition is a golden opportunity which she manages to take despite Del's help. Writer John Sullivan ; Director Tony Dow; Producer Gareth Qwenlan
Having teased the tresses of the rich and famous, how will celebrity hairdressers take to being teased themselves? Producer Alexandra McLeod ; Series producer Andy Rowe Weakest Link is on every weekday on BBC2 at 5.15pm
The big-money quiz hosted by Dale Winton.
Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producer David Young
New series The Ties That Bind Us 1/2. Two children are abducted and their father attacks a paedophile as a new season of the long-running hospital drama gets under way. With guest star Lucy Benjamin. Concludes tomorrow, 8pm.
Writer Danny McAchon ; Producer Lowri Glain ; Director Ian White Keep taking the medicine: page 13
DI Will Manning:
The Proms season comes to a spectacular close as BBC1 takes over coverage. Introduced by Alan Titchmarsh.
The second-half programme commences with six short and varied pieces. The Ojai Festival Overture by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies is followed by the Humming Chorus from Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Two songs from Hollywood musicals follow - Oh What a Beautiful Momin' from
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! and Where Is the Life That Late / Led? from Cole Porter 's Kiss Me,
Kate. Gilbert and Sullivan's I've Got a Little List from The
Mikado precedes the rousing Liberty Bell March by Sousa.
The evening concludes with the traditional celebrations as the audience in London's Royal Albert Hall are joined in song by the thousands attending Proms in the Park events around the country. Also on Radio 3, with the grand finale on Radio 2 from 9.45pm. BBCi: during the programme, digital viewers can access extra information about the music, composers and performers by pressing the red button on their handset Putting on a party: page 15
Sir Peter Maxwell
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with John Hammond.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights and goals from all eight Premiership matches played today, including Fulham v Arsenal. With Gary Lineker. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement Rptd tomorrow 8.10am BBC Match of the Day Premiership Guide 2004/05. price £3.95 Reinvented celebs: page 20
Horror starring Peter Cushing. Five men travelling on a train are offered the chance to see their futures. Review page 48. Director Freddie Francis (1964, PG) Film Trivia: page 47
Followed by Weatherview
With Noel Gallagher, Tim Robbins and Josh Hartnett.
1/8. The sports quiz returns with new team captain Ian Wright.
3.40 2/8. With Will Carting, Alastair Campbell.