A Dragon Beast interrupts a vital baseball game.
Gina Yashere will be among those joining in the gungy games and messy stunts. Plus cartoons The Fairly Odd Parents and What's New Scooby-Doo?
(Also on CBBC channel)
Craig David and Robbie Williams perform their latest, while Hilary Duff joins Sam Nixon, Mark Rhodes and Fearne Cotton.
Top of the Pops is tomorrow at 7.25pm on BBC2; Intensive Care - the Making of..., 9pm Wednesday on BBC3
Interviews and sporting action.
A look ahead to an afternoon that sees Chelsea welcome Bolton to Stamford Bridge and Sunderland host Manchester United, while tomorrow sees the big Midlands clash, Birmingham v Aston Villa. Plus a review of last week's action in the World Cup qualifiers. With Manish Bhasin and Mark Lawrenson , plus a ten-minute Score special. Producer Phil Sibson
Editor Shelley Alexander
Presented by Hazel Irvine.
A preview of rugby league's showpiece - the Super League Grand Final.
Extensive highlights are tomorrow on BBC2, starting at 1.45pm.
Semi-final coverage of the Grand Prix from Preston. A year ago Ronnie O'Sullivan enjoyed a 6-3 victory over Paul Hunter , while Ian McCulloch overcame Michael Judge 6-1.
Including Around the Grounds
Producer Lakviar Singh INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access uninterrupted live snooker coverage from
1.30pm, plus a news and statistics service. Score has the latest football news from
1.10pm, plus an international football forum
Presented by Ray Stubbs.
6/6. Last week's quintet of qualifying rounds has left five finalists competing to be the UK's best celebrity speller, a title that will earn the winner's nominated charity Â£10,000. Whose spelling skills will stand up best in the spotlight?
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New series 1/10.
With a swish of the petticoat and a touch of the tuxedo, it's time to set the nation's toes a-tapping once more. Teaming up with dance professionals are the contestants: chef James Martin, presenters Zoe Ball and Gloria Hunniford, actresses Patsy Palmer, Jaye Jacobs and Siobhan Hayes, newsreader Bill Turnbull, athlete Colin Jackson, GMTV's Fiona Phillips, Casualty heart-throb Will Thorp, snooker favourite Dennis Taylor and, swapping pace for pasa doble, cricket star Darren Gough.
Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly host the live competition. You can help choose who's for the chop (tonight's loser is announced at 9.25pm), and there are weeknight updates starting 6.30pm Monday on BBC2.
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Zoe Ball's moves: page 8
Dale Winton 's big-money quiz show. Plus the draws. Series producer Michael Mannes ; Exec producer David Young
All's Fair in Love and War. Abs, Nina and Sarah find themselves dragged into Fleur's dangerous game.
Writer Stephen McAteer ; Producer Sue Howells
Director Jill Robertson www.bbc.co.uk/casualty Simon MacCorkindale 's big break: page 38
The party's over already for one couple.
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with John Hammond.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of all seven of today's Premiership matches, which included Chelsea taking on Bolton, Wigan facing Newcastle in a league fixture for the first time and Liverpool hosting Blackburn. With Gary Lineker. Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am Match of the Day 2 can be seen tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
Gene Hackman reprises his Oscar-winning role as uncompromising cop "Popeye" Doyle in this tough thriller sequel. Doyle assists the French police in their battle against a heroin ring and is soon on the trail of an old adversary. Review page 55.
Director John Frankenheimer (1975,18) And Don't Miss.... page 53
Followed by Weatherview