A double bill of wish fulfilment.
With The Cramp Twins, Krypto the Superdog and Looney Tunes, as well as the usual high levels of gunge. Angellica Bell, Jake Humphrey and Simon Grant host.
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Dave's pet-sitting service doesn't go to plan.
Tracy bumps into an old enemy.
Last week's winner v Stupid.
What's in store on the opening weekend of the Premiership? Last season's third- and fourth-placed sides Man United and Everton clash this afternoon, while newcomers Wigan face a baptism of fire when they take on champions Chelsea tomorrow. Manish Bhasin and guests preview the action.
With Sue Barker and Craig Doyle.
1.05 World Athletics Marathon Live coverage from Helsinki of the conclusion to the men's
Marathon. As the runners enter the 1952 Olympic stadium,
Morocco's defending champion Jaouad Gharib and Italian
Olympic title-holder Stefano Baldini should both be in contention for the gold medal.
2.35 Around the Grounds
2.45, 3.55 London Triathlon Coverage of the world's largest triathlon - this year likely to boast 10,000 entrants - set against the spectacular backdrop of the capital.
3.45 Football Half-times Producer (triathlon) Tim Gaunt
Editor Alistair Mclntyre INTERACTIVE: from 2.30, digital viewers can access latest football results on Score
Regional News; Weather (5)
Sue Barker presents live coverage of the penultimate night of competition in Helsinki, featuring four finals, the highlight of which is the men's 4x100m.
5.45 Men's long jump final. There could be British interest here if Olympic finalist Chris Tomlinson manages to overcome an injury-plagued summer.
6.10 Women's 5,000m final. Britain's Jo Pavey should be lining up tonight, but she'll face a daunting African-dominated field likely to be led by Ethiopia's world and Olympic champions Meseret Defar and Tirunesh Dibaba.
6.40 Women's 4x100m final. Olympic champions
Jamaica will be strong favourites, with title-holders France and a new-look USA team their main opposition.
7.05 Women's 4x400m round 1
7.40 Men's 4x100m final. Great Britain's men caused one of the greatest upsets in athletics history when they beat the powerful American quartet to Olympic gold last summer. Most, if not all, of that British team should be in action tonight, chasing the nation's first ever world sprint relay gold. Can they once again dig out a team performance to exceed that of the USA's squad of undoubtedly faster individuals? BBC Radio 5 Live has coverage from 12 noon in Sport on 5 INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access news and a medals table
Who'll take the big-money jackpot? Dale Winton hosts. Includes the Thunderball, Lotto and Lotto Extra draws.
Series producer Michael Mannes ; Executive producer David Young www.bbc.co.uk/lottery
Smoke and Mirrors. Luke's plan to win over a furious Claire backfires. Will is caught with his trousers down.
Ro Hume ; Producer Alex Perrin ; Director Martin Sharp
DI Will Manning:
Hot-headed footballer Wayne Rooney an angelic choir boy? Glamorous Hollywood star Catherine Zeta-Jones dressed as a chicken? And style icon Justin Timberlake in a Stetson? Host Angus Deayton reveals all - literally. Producer Helen Tumbridge ; Exec producer Caroline Wright <R)
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with John Hammond.
Followed by National Lottery Update
The waiting is over: as the Premiership season gets under way, Gary Lineker presents highlights of today's eight games. While Goodison's prodigal son Wayne Rooney returns to Everton in Manchester United colours and European champions Liverpool travel to Middlesbrough, other action includes Sunderland's return to the top flight in a home game against Charlton, and play-off winners West Ham's clash with Blackburn. Denmark v England highlights, Wednesday 10.40pm. Producer Phil Bigwood : Editor Paul Armstrong
Tough action thriller starring Charles Bronson as a melon farmer forced to defend his business against interference from the Mafia. Review page 49.
Director Richard Fleischer (1974,18)
Followed by Weatherview