Fimbles: The friends find a scrapbook and a small box.
6.40 The Story Makers: Byron can't stop sneezing.
Astro Boy The superhero meets an eccentric explorer.
7.20 The Mummy: The O'Connells head for Peru.
7.45 Arthur: Double bill.
8.10 Taz-Mania: Two adventures with the Tasmanian Devil. (AD)
8.35 The Scooby-Doo Show: A headless horseman is at large.
9.00 Dick and Dom in da Bungalow
Wacky fun with Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood. Including Batfink, The Fairly Odd Parents and Watch My Chops. Also on CBBC channel. Director Simon Hepworth; Producer Steve Ryde There's more tomorrow at at 9am on CBBC channel
11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
Delta Goodrem, Busted, Jamelia, Geri Halliwell and V perform in the studio. Presented by Sam & Mark. Director Adrian Johnson; Producer Christina Brown Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel
12.00 News; Weather
A look ahead to Arsenal's clash with Southampton at Highbury, Chelsea's trip to West Brom, and Portsmouth v Manchester United. With Manish Bhasin , Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson. www.bbc.co.uk/football
1.05 Racing Live coverage of six races from two venues. While Ascot is being redeveloped,
Lingfield hosts the National Hunt meeting, with starts at 1.10, 1.40 and 2.10. Chepstow's trio of races begin at 1.25, 1.55 and
2.25. Hosted by Clare Balding.
2.35 Around the Grounds
2.45,3.55 Gymnastics Glasgow's Kelvin Hall is the venue for this lucrative, end-of-season meeting, featuring four recently crowned Olympic champions and four-time British champion
Beth Tweddle. With Hazel Irvine. More tomorrow at 2pm on BBC2.
3.45 Football Half-times
Television presentation (gymnastics) Kate McKeag ; Editor Michael Cole www.bbc.co.uk/sport
BBCi: from 2.45-6pm, digital viewers can access the latest football scores on Score Interactive, hosted by Ray Stubbs
Stage Fright. A cabaret night organised for a local villain lands Del in trouble.
Writer John Sullivan ; Director Tony Dow
Producer Gareth Gwenlan
2/8. Nine remaining pro-celeb couples compete on the ballroom dancing contest. But who will Bruce Forsyth and Natasha Kaplinsky let go at 8.25pm? Weekday coverage is at 6.30pm on BBC2.
Director Alex Rudzinski : Series producer lzzi Pick BBCi: digital viewers can press the red button to access video streams of two dance lessons and learn the steps for next week's show Esther Rantzen goes talent-spotting: page 13 Alan Titchmarsh on Diarmuid Gavin : page 37
2/10. Ian Wright seeks out six more contestants to play for a trip round the globe. Plus Tina Turner performs her new single Open Arms in the studio. includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws. Director Julian Smith ; Series producer Suzy Lamb
The lowest scoring duo leave the show.
Comfort faces a potentially traumatic task, while Ellen has a proposition for Abs.
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MEDICAL DRAMA Casualty 8.50pm BBC1
It's extraordinary how, in just one episode of Casualty, there can be scenes that are so affecting they can move you to tears, immediately followed by ones that make you snort in disbelief.
Tonight, for instance, Comfort has to identify her husband Fin's dead body and the howl of grief she emits at the sight of him is enough to make you sick with sympathy. But moments later we're drawn into a love triangle story where the "wronged" party not only behaves in an unbelievably reasonable manner towards his roving fiancee but then, having been told by daft new doctor Guppy that everything's going to be OK, accepts the news that one of his relatives may be brain dead and equally calmly agrees to organ donation.
He's obviously had a heart bypass operation to remove his emotions, but then so have the other corners of the love triangle, all more concerned with who did what to whom than with the poor soul attached to the ventilator.
On top of this, Luke's sharing his home with the widow of a man he "killed" some episodes back (just let the guilt go, Luke) and that manipulative minx Ellen has a proposition for Abs. He's such an affable chap he'll probably say yes just to be nice. (Jane Rackham)
Sixty Feet Under. The Harpers face spending
Christmas stuck on the Underground in a festive special from last year. Richard Whiteley guests. Writers Ian Brown , James Hendrie
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer John Bartlett
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights from the the Premiership and action from the first round of the FA Cup. With Gary Lineker.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong Rptd tomorrow at 8.10am Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
Glossy thriller with Faye Dunaway and Tommy Lee Jones about a woman psychically linked with a killer. Review page 49.
Director Irvin Kershner (1978, 15)
A dark past catches up with an American widow living in England in this psychological thriller with Lana Turner. Review page 49. Director Don Chaffey (1974, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Barbara WindSOrchatS. Shown yesterday