A man arrives from the future.
Gunge, games and cartoons, presented by Angellica Bell, Jake Humphrey and Simon Grant.
(Also on CBBC channel) (S)
Shaggy is the victim of a curse.
Tracy is living with Cam.
Kerching! or Stitch Up? You choose.
With Steve Rider and Sue Barker.
12.15 Rowing - Eton in Berkshire hosts the World Cup, the first time the competition has been held on British waters. Steve Redgrave will be restaging his Sydney Olympic victory in aid of tsunami relief, alongside Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster and James Cracknell.
2.00 Tennis - Action from day six of the French Open. Roger Federer will be keen to avoid a repeat of his third-round exit at this stage last year - the French Open is the only Grand Slam title to have so far eluded him. More tomorrow at 1.20pm on BBC2.
2.55 Football - Preview A look ahead to tonight's USA v England friendly, highlights of which are at 11.40pm.
3.00 Golf - Third-round action from the PGA championship, one of the most prestigious events on the European Tour. Last year Scott Drummond, then world number 435, became the tournament's
50th winner. Continues on BBC2. (5) Videoplus code for 3.00-5.10pm
(non-PDC) TV presentation (rowing) Alan Griffiths
Editor Michael Cole BBCi: digital viewers can access French Open tennis from 10am using the red button The Inside Story: page 64
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Del has a Down Under dilemma. Written by John Sullivan
10/11. Only four couples remain in the competition. All will perform again in a bid to keep their place by impressing the judges and voting viewers. But who will have had their last dance? Voting details on the night. There's more at 7pm at BBC3, and the results are at 8.35pm on BBC1. Hosted by Graham Norton. Director Nikki Parsons ; Executive producer Karen Smith
A zombie army is on the march as plague spreads through wartime London. Doctor Who Confidential follows at 7.45pm on BBC3.
Writer Steven Moffat
Repeated at 12.15am on BBC3
Alchemists of Sound recalls the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's music for Doctor Who at 8.30pm on BBC4
Richard Wilson stars in the new series of Born and Bred, Wednesday 8pm
RT DIRECT: Doctor Who Volume I on DVD is Â£13.99 (RRP Â£15.99) incl p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) To be continued: page 16
6/10. Big-money interactive quiz with Julian Clary. The questions are presented by Emily Maitlis.
BBCi: digital viewers can take part using the handset's red button
Geri Halliwell performs a song from her new album and Graham Norton reveals which couple hasn't made it through to the final.
David Dickinson , Denise Lewis , Leslie Phillips and Nicholas Soames take on teams of bikers, driving examiners, artists, checkout girls, paramedics and rocket scientists. They will be answering questions about the last century - from heroes to inventions, fashion to politics, and pop to protest. Viewers can take part via texts (0[number removed]600) or WAP (short code for registration is 80100) on mobile phones, or at www.bbc.co.uk/testthenation. Hosted by Anne Robinson and Phillip Schofield. More at 10.25pm.
Director Julian Smith ; Producer Alexandra Henderson Videoplus code for 8.45-11.40pm (non-PDC) BBCi: interactive features available for digital viewers via the red button
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with John Hammond.
Followed by National Lottery Update
The results of tonight's competition.
Highlights of the friendly between the USA and England from Chicago's Soldier Field Stadium. The States have twice upset the odds against England, winning 1-0 in the 1950 World Cup and 2-0 against a poor side in a 1993 friendly. Hosted by Gary Lineker. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong Live coverage of Colombia v England is on Wednesday at 8.55pm
Slapstick sports comedy with Damon Wayans , Daniel Stern and Dan Aykroyd. Two die-hard fans of basketball team the Boston
Celtics decide to kidnap the star player on the opposing side, Lewis Scott. Basketball legends Bill Walton and Larry Bird guest star. Review page 55. Director Tom DeCerchio (1996, 12)
Followed by Weatherview