Ang is stunned by a revelation.
It's gunge at the ready with guest Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale from EastEnders). Plus cartoon fun with The Fairly Odd Parents and What's New Scooby-Doo?
(Also on CBBC channel)
Featuring Supergrass, Westlife, Son of Dork and McFly, plus the Radio 1 album-chart rundown with JK and Joel. Hosted by Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes.
Top of the Pops tomorrow 7pm BBC2
Item presenters (Album Chart):
Spurs striker Jermain Defoe drops by.
A fierce north London derby is in Prospect at White Hart Lane as Spurs chase their first win over Arsenal in six years. Elsewhere, Chelsea host Blackburn, West Ham travel to Liverpool, and Middlesbrough - tricky opposition for Man United in recent years-welcome Sir Alex's men to the Riverside. Manish Bhasin is joined by Mark Lawrenson , Tony Adams and Lee Dixon.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine.
1.05,3.50 Snooker Pot Black, one of the game's best-loved tournaments, returns after a break of nearly 20 years. Eight of the sport's top stars - reigning World champion Shaun Murphy , Ronnie O'Sullivan , Paul Hunter , Stephen Hendry , Jimmy White , Matthew Stevens , new Grand Prix titleholder John Higgins and Stephen Maguire - compete in a single-frame shoot-out in London. Steve Davis , Clive Everton and John Parrott commentate.
3.45 Football Half-times Producer Lakviar Singh
Editor Michael Cole INTERACTIVE: 2-6pm digital viewers can access the latest football news in Score
With Ray Stubbs.
Regional News; Weather (5)
Yuppie Love. Michael Douglas in Wall Street inspires an upwardly mobile Del to swap the Nag's Head for a swanky wine bar, in an episode that notched up
13.9 million viewers when it first aired in 1989. Writer John Sullivan ; Director Tony Dow; Producer Gareth Gwenlan www.bbc.co.uk/comedy
3/10. Pulses quicken as the ten remaining couples dance the sexy tango and groovy jive. Vote for your favourite pair by calling the applicable on-screen number (calls cost 25p, with 12p going to Children in Need). With Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly. Results at 8.30pm. Weeknight updates at 6.30pm on BBC2.
Director Alex Rudzinski ; Producer Karen Smith [web address removed]
RT DIRECT: the official behind-the-scenes guide available for only E13.50 incl p&p (RRP ÃÂ£14.99). Send a cheque, payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to [address removed]; call [number removed] quoting RT; [Web Address Removed] The Inside Story: page 68
2/6. Are the reigning quiz-show champions set to enjoy the millionaire lifestyle for another week - or will a new challenger bring them back to earth with a bump? With Eamonn Holmes. Includes the draws. Series producer Andy Rowe ; Director John L Spencer
Whose moves failed to impress the judges?
Guffaws galore as Anne Robinson introduces old and new bloopers and embarrassing celebrity moments in a no-expletives-barred, post-watershed edition.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Helen Tumbridge
2/6. New Tenant. Why has Carrie lost interest in sex? And why is the perennially glum Sinead suddenly fixated on the slick new tenant next door? The domestic sitcom from Men Behaving Badly creator Simon Nye continues.
Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Sue Vertue
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Isobel Lang.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Premiership highlights, including the north London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal, plus Wigan at home to Fulham - the first meeting of the sides since their Division Two clash six years ago - and Man Utd away to Middlesbrough. With Gary Lineker. Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am March of the Day can be seen tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
Second World War action adventure starring Edward Fox and Denholm Elliott. 1945: the Japanese decide to move a party of Allied PoWs back to Japan from the infamous River Kwai. During the journey, an American pilot teams up with a British commando to hatch a daring escape plan. Review page 53.
Director Andrew V McLaglen (1988, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Stephen Fry and Guy Pearce. shown yesterday (5)