6.40 The Story Makers
Jackson is baffled by a pumpkin.
Astro Boy Teddy bears cause havoc in Metro City.
7.20 The Mummy
7.45 Arthur Double bill.
8.35 The Scooby-Doo Show A star quarterback vanishes.
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 the CBBC channel. Director Simon Hepworth ; Producer
Steve Ryde There's more tomorrow at 9am on CBBC channel
11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
Peformances from the 411. McFly and Kylie. Plus Girls Aloud surprising some fans in PopBusters, Fearne learning more about JoJo in Pop Spy, and Geri Halliwell getting a grilling in On the Spot. With Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes. Director Adrian Johnson ; Producer Christina Brown Rptd 6pm CBBC channel
Updates from Man United's early kick-off agai nst Charlton, plus previews of Arsenal v WBA and Chelsea v Bolton. Manish Bhasin and guests also look back at all the international action from midweek.
Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
1.00 Racing From Windsor, the
1.05, 1.35 and 2.05, plus the
1.20,1.50 and 2.20 starts from Aintree. Introduced by Clare Balding and Rishi Persad.
More Aintree action tomorrow 1.30pm BBC2
2.30 Around the Grounds
2.35,3.40 Rugby Union
Scotland v Australia Hampden Park is the venue as the teams clash forthe second time in a fortnight (kick-off 2.45). The Wallabies prevailed 31-14 at
Murrayfield. Can the Scots level the series? Commentary from Andrew Cotter , Philip Matthews. Wales v New Zealand: 5.15pm on BBC2
3.30 Football Update
Presentation (rugby) Ken Burton ; Editor Alastair McIntyre , Steve Dochertyll -25681 BBCi; 2.45-6pm, digital viewers can access the latest football scores on Score Interactive, hosted by Ray Stubbs
Regional News: Weather IS)
New series 1/5. Can hard work and expert tuition give even the most vocally challenged singer the voice of an angel? Forty-eight caterwauling hopefuls find out as they aim to improve their singing skills for a live Christmas show. Tonight's auditions weed out those with any semblance of a singing voice. Presented by Lorraine Kelly , with judges David and Carrie Grant meting out the verdicts.
Director Dominic Cyriax ; Series producer Chris Walley 35911 7 Unlikely heroes: page 40
. 5/8. The samba and the Viennese waltz separate I the remaining couples. Results at 8.15pm.
Bruce Forsyth hosts. Weekday shows 6.30pm on BBC2. Director Alex Rudzinski ; Series producer Izzie 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
Members of the public vie for a round-the-world trip. With Ian Wright. Music from Lenny Kravitz.
Director Julian Smith ; Series producer Suzy Lamb
Who'll be the latest couple to leave?
Past Imperfect. Comfort's attempt to get back to some sort of normality is shattered by a shocking discovery about a patient. With Christopher Timothy.
Writer Danny McCahn ; Producer Lowri Glain ; Director SJ Clarkson [Web Address Removed]
New series Spectacular scenery, fascinating cultural insights and close-to-the-bone comedy abound in the Big Yin's latest adventure.
1/8. Between Invercargill, the world's southernmost city, and Stewart Island, Billy sees ancient rock drawings, leams to fish for eels and shares his thoughts on how sex has changed since the 1960s. Director Billy Sneddon ; Series producer Steve Brown Lord of the Yins: page 34
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Darren Bett. The year of living dangerously: page 28
Followed by National Lottery Update
Action involving the Premiership's big three, with Man United at home to Charlton, Arsenal facing West Brom under new boss Bryan Robson , and Chelsea hosting Bolton. Gary Lineker presents.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong Rptd tomorrow 8.10am Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
Kenneth Williams and Barbara Windsor introduce a compilation of choice moments from the unashamedly bawdy comedy series of Carry On films. Review page 57.
Director Gerald Thomas (1977. PG) (Colour and BW)
Followed by Weatherview