6.40 The Story Makers
Astro Boy The robot somehow loses his memory.
7.20 The Mummy
7.45 Arthur Double bill.
8.10 Taz-Mania (AD)
8.35 The Scooby-Doo Show The gang meet a shark demon.
9.00 Dick and Dom In da Bungalow
Wacky fun with Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood. Including Batfmk, The Fairly Odd Parents and Watch My Chops. Also on the CBBC channel. Continues on BBC2.
Director Simon Hepworth ; Producer
Steve Ryde There's more tomorrow at 9am on CBBC channel
A pageant of music, colour and carnival carries new Lord Mayor Alderman Michael Savory through the streets of the capital. Clare Balding meets some of this year's 6,000 participants, while Darren Jordon uncovers stories from the event's 800year history. Commentary: Paul Dickenson. Director Claire Popplewell ; Producer
In a brace of London derbies, Arsenal travel to Tottenham, while Chelsea visit Fulham. Plus the first round of the FA Cup. Manish Bhasin and guests preview the action. Thurrock v Oldham Athletic in the FA Cup first round is live tomorrow at 1.40pm
With Steve Rider and Ray Stubbs. 1-15 Boxing Highlights from
London as Junior Witter defends his European light-welter title against Pole Krzysztof Bienias.
2.15, 2.35, 3.35 Rugby Union Ireland v South Africa Build-up and live coverage from Dublin as Ireland face the Tri-Nations champions in their opening autumn international (kick-off
2.45). Commentary is from
Eddie Butler and Brian Moore.
2.30 Around the Grounds
3.30 Football Update
Producer (rugby) Ken Burton ; Editor
Ron Chakraborty BBCi: from 2.45-6pm. digital viewers can access the latest football scores on Score Interactive, hosted by Ray Stubbs
Are two heads really better than one? Dick and Dom, Kym Marsh and Jack Ryder , and Big Brother's Michelle and Stuart are among the double acts aiming to find out, overseen by Anne Robinson.
Producer James Baker ; Series producer Andy Rowe
4/8. The foxtrot and paso doble determine who'll be voted out at 8.20pm. Bruce Forsyth and Natasha Kaplinsky host. Weekday coverage 6.30pm BBC2. Director Alex Rudzinski ; Series producer izzi Pick BBCi: digital viewers can press the red button to access video streams of two dance lessons and to learn the steps for next week's show The new-look Natasha Kaplinsky : page 10
Members of the public vie for a round-the-world trip. With Ian Wright. Music from Destiny's Child. Director Julian Smith ; Series producer Suzy Lamb
Another couple say their farewells.
Horses for Courses. There's an unwelcome mourner at Fin's funeral, while Abs has an answer for Ellen.
Writer Jason button; producer Alex Hernn ; Director Ged Maguire
Performance and spectacle combine with religious service in this annual event from London's Royal Albert Hall in remembrance of the victims of conflict. In the presence of the Queen, singers
Russell Watson , Katherine Jenkins and James Fox perform with bands of the armed forces, while the Right Rev Nigel McCulloch , Bishop of Manchester, conducts the service. Commentary: Huw Edwards. Director/Producer Ian Russell Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.30am
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Helen Young.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Two London derbies - Tottenham v Arsenal, and Fulham v Chelsea - feature in highlights of today's Premiership programme. Plus FA Cup first-round action. Presented by Mark Pougatch.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong Rptd tomorrow 8.10am FA Cup first round Thurrock v Oldham Athletic -tomorrow 1.40pm Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
Bawdy period comedy with Frankie Howerd as a serf who sells chastity belts in the local market. Review page 51.
Director Bob Kellett (1971, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Including a rare interview with Elton John. Shown yesterday