Animated antics with the tiny terrors.
A Viking wants Zorro's gold medallion.
Zarlak tricks Cassy into boarding a ghost ship.
Stu takes the babies to view a car then Chuckie realises he is not like other babies.
9.00 Yvon of the Yukon
The explorer accidentally unleashes Willy's alter-ego "mother".
9.25 Super Duper Sumos
The heroes have to save a small fishing village from urbanisation.
9.45 S Club Juniors - the Story
How will the fledgling pop stars fare as they head out on tour with S Club 7?
(Shown last Friday on BBC1) (S)
10.00 S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin'
New ten-part series, first shown on BBC1 Saturday Show, following the band on tour earlier this year.
(Postponed from 7 April) (S)
(S Club Juniors - the Story continues on Friday at 4.20pm on BBC1)
10.25 Even Stevens
Comedy series. Louis wants to complete his card collection.
10.50 Kenan and Kel
Kenan takes three girls on a date.
Introduced by Clare Balding.
1.40, 4.20 Swimming Coverage from the Manchester Aquatics Centre of the English trials for the Commonwealth Games, held at the same venue this August.
2.00 Rugby League St Helens v Leeds
Live coverage from Wigan (kickoff 2.30) of the second Challenge Cup semi-final. This is a repeat of the same stage last year, a match that St Helens won narrowly 27-22 thanks to an injury-time try from Paul Sculthorpe.
5.25 Snooker Ahead of next week's commencement of the World championship, a profile of current title holder Ronnie O'Sullivan, who took the trophy with an 18-14 victory over Scot John Higgins.
Highlights of the London Marathon, the 22nd running of an n event in which thousands of elite, club and fun runners take on the challenge of completing the 26.2-mile course from Greenwich to the Mail. Presented by Hazel Irvine.
Editor Michael Cole It's Sportsday: page 32
Swamp Hogs. The capybara - an outsized, amphibious guinea pig from Venezuela - features in this film, narrated by Stephen Fry. These web-footed, hairy, hippo-like creatures live in the cattle-ranch region in the west of the country. Cameras follow the adventures of a "swamp hog" family of several females and their accident-prone brood. As their swamp slowly dries to arid land, the beasts reveal an unexpectedly resourceful side to their character.
Producer Phil Chapman : Series editor Michael Gunton BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: monthly, L2.80.
Live coverage from Augusta of the final round of the US Masters. Following four days of competition, the first
Major winner of the season will be crowned this evening. Defending champion Tiger Woods took the coveted Green Jacket last year after a final round of 68 gave him a total of 16 under par, two clear of fellow American David Duval. A victory this year will make him only the third player in the Masters' 68-year history - alongside Jack Nicklaus and Nick Faldo - to win back-to-back titles. Presented by Steve Rider. Coverage continues on BBC1. It's Sportsday: page 32
n 6-7am. Jack is implicated in the death threat to Palmer.
Teri sees her chance to flee the man she knows as Alan
York, and Kimberly enlists Rick's help in escaping Gaines. The series continues at llpm on BBC Choice.
Repeated Friday at 10.30pm on BBC Choice
Sherry Palmer Penny:
Redrum. A prominent lawyer wakes to find himself in jail and about to be prosecuted for the murder of his wife. But he has no memory of the event. As he endeavours to clear his name, he finds that time is going backwards.
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Features include the Mr International competition, in which the world's best men come to India to battle it out for the title; Bobby Darling , India's first openly gay actor; and "item numbers", the women who sing songs during Bollywood films. Presented by Mini Mathurand Asif Seth. Executive producers Remy Blumenfeld and Gavin Hay
Series producer Michael Cunliffe
The first of a new series features the Pet Shop Boys, performing tracks from their new album Release, plus So Solid Crew, Doves, Cornershop, India Arie and legendary crooner Tony Bennett. Presented by Jools Holland.
Shown last Friday
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision PE Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (parts 1-4) Working in Engineering 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 Learningto Care -a look at improving pre-school childcare. 90467 6.30 A Clean Get-Away
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