Ends 7.00. FIMBLES. Pom pretends that she's a squirrel.
6.20 Florrie finds just the right gift for Rockit.
6.40 THE STORY MAKERS The pals go on a treasure hunt.
Gaff is forced to attack innocent robots.
7.20 The Mummy
Alex searches for sacred scrolls.
DW's scared of a fire drill and tries to convince the Tibbies that she can read.
Taz goes on TV and joins the circus.
8.35 The Scooby-Doo Show
The gang take on Merlin.
9.00 Dick and Dom in da Bungalow
Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood host another morning of wacky entertainment from the one-storey funhouse. Including Batfink, The Fairly Odd Parents and Watch My Chops. Also on CBBC channel. Director Simon Hepworth; Producer Steve Ryde More fun tomorrow at 9am on CBBC channel
11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
Robbie Williams, Dannii Minogue, Beverley Knight, Christina Milian, VS and S Club 8 star. Presented by Fearne Cotton and Sam & Mark.
Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel
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Champions Arsenal face a London derby with Charlton, and Blackburn welcome Aston Villa to Ewood Park. Norwich and Portsmouth meet for the first time in the Premiership and Everton play Tottenham.
Plus Cult Heroes and a preview of tomorrow's Chelsea v Liverpool clash. With Manish Bhasin , Gordon Strachan and Mark Lawrenson.
An afternoon of live sports action.
12.50 MotoGP The season nears its climax in Qatar. With just four races remaining in the championship, Italian ace
Valentino Rossi needs every point to fend off rivals for a fourth straight title. Presented by Suzi Perry. Commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
2.10 Racing The Free Handicap Hurdle is the showpiece at
Chepstow while there are three races from Europe's richest horse racing event in Longchamp, Paris. Coverage of the Prix de
I'Arc de Triomphe is at 2.20pm tomorrow on BBC2. Presented by Clare Balding and Rishi Persad , with commentary by Jim McGrath and Ian Bartlett.
3.45 Football Half-times
3.55 Snooker The 2004/05 season begins in earnest with the Grand Prix - replacing the LG Cup - at Preston's Guild Hall. Presented by Hazel Irvine.
Directors (Racing) Steve Docherty. Gerry Morrison ; Producers Belinda Rogerson (Moto GP), Jonathan Bramley BBCi; from 2.40-6pm, digital viewers can access the latest football scores on Score Interactive, presented by Ray Stubbs , using their TV handset
Results round-up, hosted by Ray Stubbs.
Swashbuckling adventure starring Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins. Legendary hero Zorro returns to battle a hated enemy from Spain. But is this Zorro the original "Robin Hood of Mexico" or a younger incarnation who now defends the rights of peasants? Review page 51.
Director Martin Campbell (1998. PG)
Don Rafael Montero:
Forty-nine players compete for a chance to win a three-week round-the-world trip. Hosted by Phillip Schofield.
Director Patricia Mordecai ; Executive producer Colman Hutchinson The National Lottery- Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 7.55pm
Facing Up. Comfort plans to break big news to Fin, but he fails to return home. Ellen ruins Nina's romantic evening, and Jim and Selena learn what they have in common.
Writer Linda Thompson : Producer Alex Perrin ; Director Ian White
Mandy, Copacabana (at the Copaj, / Write the Songs and Can't Smile without You are among the classics as the enduring entertainer gives a special performance at the BBC's Television Centre, one of his last before retiring from the stage. There are also testimonials from fans and celebrities. Director Chris Power : Producer Andrew Wightman Barry Manilow in the RT interview: page 24
Darren Jordon. Weather Alex Deakin.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of today's six Premiership matches, including Arsenal's London derby against Charlton, Everton's clash with the Spurs side they defeated at Easter for the first time in seven years and Manchester City's visit to Southampton. Plus Norwich v Portsmouth, Blackburn v Aston Villa and West Brom v Bolton. Presented by Gary Lineker. Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement
Repeated tomorrow at 8.10am
Charlie Sheen , Linda Hamilton and Donald Sutherland. When a political aide is killed, presidential adviser Bobby Bishop must find the culprit before the murderer carries out his threat to assassinate the president. Review page 51.
Director George Pan Cosmatos (1996, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Chat with Ewan McGregor , Geoffrey Rush and Nancy Sinatra , plus music from the Hives. Shown yesterday
With Michael Johnson and Dickie Davies. Shown last Thursday
Ben Ainslie , Mike Catt ,
Kim Collins and Ashley Giles guest. Shown yesterday
Robbie Williams , Christina Milian and Brandy perform the hits. Shown yesterday