An electrical power surge causes mayhem.
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse fun.
Wacky fun with Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood. Including Batfink, BB3B and The Cramp Twins. Also on the CBBC channel, with more on CBBC tomorrow at the same time.
BBCi: from today, digital viewers can play an interactive game, Buttons, Balls and Bungalaa, via the red button during cartoons and at the end of the show
With music from Rooster, Pop!, Darius, Lucie Silvas and McFly, plus videos from Phixx and Green Day.
Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel
McFly guest in Casualty tonight 8.10pm
Sheffield United v Aston Villa
Live coverage of this intriguing FA Cup third-round tie from Bramall Lane (kick-off 1230). David O'Leary 's Villa are faring well in the Premiership so far this season, while
Neil Warnock 's Blades are flying high in the Championship and are estimable FA Cup opponents - as demonstrated in 2003 when they narrowly lost to Arsenal in the semis. With Mark Pougatch. Producer Andy Gilbert
Editor Mark Demuth Plymouth Argyle v Everton is at 5.25pm
With Ray Stubbs and Jill Douglas.
2.30 Cycling Live coverage of the men's team pursuit in the Track World Cup from Manchester. Can Team GB top their Athens silver?
2.50 Around the Grounds
3.00 World Darts Live semi-final action from Frimley Green. Will Andy "the Viking" Fordham be in the frame to reclaim his title? Senior producer Jonathan Bramley
Editor Philip Bernie BBQfull, uninterrupted coverage of the day's darts action is available to digital viewers; and from 2.45 to 6pm Score
Interactive has the latest soccer news
Plymouth Argyle v Everton
Gary Lineker introduces live FA Cup third-round action from Home Park (kick-off 5.30).
The Toffees will be keen to avoid a repeat of their humiliating third-round defeat by Shrewsbury in 2003. The omens are good: despite losing Wayne Rooney , the Merseysiders are enjoying their best season since their 80s heyday. Can Bobby Williamson 's Championship strugglers exceed all expectations?
Match of the Day is at 11pm. Yeadinq v Newcastle United is tomorrow at 1.30pm
Members of the public vie for a round-the-world trip. Ian Wright hosts, while Rod Stewart performs Blue Moon from his new album of American standards.
Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Suzy Lamb
Fathers, Mothers, Daughters, Brothers. A young music fan goes to extreme measures to meet her pop idols. Teen rockers McFly guest.
Writer Paul Ebbs ; Producer Sue Howells
Director Robert Del Maestro www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
New series Bill Paterson returns as Clyde University paranormal investigator Dr Douglas Monaghan in this second series of three absorbing two-part mysteries. 1/6. Amulet 1/2. Are poltergeists haunting a family in Glasgow? Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
For cast see tomorrow www.bbc.co.uk/seaofsouls BBC DVD: Sea of Souls, series one: £19.99 (RRP £24.99) incl p&p. To order, state title required and send a cheque payable to Choices Direct, to [address removed] or call [number removed] (national rate), quoting ref RADTDawn rises: page 12
8/8. On the final leg of his entertaining travelogue, Billy visits Kawakawa's public loos. Why have they become a tourist attraction? Plus a forage for tasty shellfish on Ninety Mile Beach and quiet reflection at Spirits Bay, in Maori folklore a sacred gateway between this world and the Maori ancestral home.
Director Billy Sneddon ; Series producer Steve Brown
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with John Hammond.
Highlights of today's FA Cup third-round tussles, including Jose Mourinho 's Premiership pace-setters Chelsea v Scunthorpe United, currently at the top of League Two, and 11-times winners Manchester Utd v Exeter City from the Conference. With Mark Pougatch. Repeated tomorrow at 8.10am www.bbc.co.uk/motd
Ponderous thriller starring Edward Woodward and Elizabeth Hurley. A retired detective helps his daughter's cop boyfriend hunt a serial killer in New York. Review page 50.
Director James Frawley (1995) Followed by Weatherview