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Professor Knox and Lupini are captured by an alien, and it's Halloween party time.
7.10 Looney Tunes
Triple bill of madcap cartoons.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
Yvon tunnels into a mythical land.
he Busted lads are among studio guests along with new boy band D-Side who will be introducing their new video.
Plus Cavegirl and cartoon fun with Arthur, Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania and Jackie Chan Adventures.
With Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar.
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Herbaceous plants create a border of summery hues.
Shown last Friday
The series returns with advice on planting for spring colour.
Shown last Friday
Charlotte Smith joins a nighttime patrol trying to protect elvers on the River Severn, and Adam Henson goes walking with wolves. Presented by John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead.
How Florida alligators create water holes that become a sanctuary for wildlife.
The Rev Jamie Allen plans to bring together brothers who haven't spoken for 20 years.
Continued coverage of the 23rd London Marathon through the streets of the capital. Highlights of the event can be seen at
6.40pm on BBC2.
Presented by Clare Balding .
2.00 Rugby League Bradford v Wlgan
Live coverage from the McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield (kickoff 2pm) ofthe Challenge Cup semi-final, as 2000 winners Bradford face defending champions Wigan. The Bulls beat Wigan Warriors in all three games they played last season, so Stuart Raper 's men will be keen to throw the form book out of the window. In the last round, two tries from Mike Forshaw helped Bradford come from 20-12 down at
Widnes to win a thrilling game 38-28, while Wigan had a comfortable 70-12 over Swinton.
4.00 Rugby Union
Leicester v Munster
There's also live coverage of this quarter-final match in the European Cup (kickoff 4pm). The reigning champions play Munster in a repeat of last year's final, which was won in the dying moments. Leicester are seeking theirthird straight European crown, but Munster can take heart from the fact that Leicester's last home
European loss was to another Irish province - Leinster.
TV presentation (rugby union)
Aled Jones presents the " Big Sing", a celebration of hymns and inspirational music from London's Royal Albert Hall. Joining him will be the Royal Choral Society, the Saint
Michael Singers and the BBC Concert Orchestra. Classical artist Izzy and gospel quartet Covenant will also be making an appearance, along with a choir of over one thousand voices. The hymns include 0 fora Thousand Tongues, Let All the World, Love Divine and Be Still My Soul.
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Highlights of this morning's race, in which thousands of runners attempted to improve their best times on the gruelling 26.2-mile course from Greenwich to the Mall.
Plus a look at some of the participants in the "fun" run-many in fancy dress - hoping to raise money for charity.
Presented by Hazel Irvine. Look out for Dr Mark: page 36
Tension builds in the race to become the 2003 Masters champion. It's the final day's play in Georgia at Augusta
National, one of the most scenic golf courses in the world.
Tiger Woods dominated the final round last year as he homed in on his third Green Jacket and his second in a row, thus joining Nick Faldo and Jack Nicklaus as the only men to make a successful defence of the Masters at
Augusta. Woods eased his way to an eventual three-shot victory over Retief Goosen , the South African who had shared the overnight lead. Woods's round was far from error free, with a three-putt at the fifth and another bogey at the llth. But those mistakes were offset by birdies at the second, third and sixth, the last of which saw him chip in from 20 feet.
Should he succeed again this year, Woods will become the first to win three Masters in succession. To do so, however, he will have to repel the challenges of Ernie Els , who started the year in fine fashion, and fellow American Phil Mickelson , who finished third in this event last year.
Presented by Steve Rider. Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Ken Brown and Alex Hay , plus reports from Julian Tutt.
Prince William's secret tryst and Alex Ferguson in a training session with Brazilian footballer Ronaldo. The satirical series that puts lookalikes of the famous in amusing and often shocking situations continues.
Contains strong language. Continues tomorrow 9.30pm. Shown last Monday
Coverage of last night's encounter in Las Vegas between Mexico's Marco Antonio Barrera , regarded as the planet's leading featherweight, and two-time world champion Kevin Kelley of the USA. The fighters had varying fortunes against common opponent Prince Naseem Hamed. Where Kelley succumbed to Hamed in four rounds, Barrera inflicted the first defeat of the Briton's career, a win that placed him among the world's top pound-for-pound fighters. Presented by John Inverdale. With guests Claude Abrams and Steve Bunce. Commentary by Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall.
Further boxing coverage is on Wednesday at 11.40pm on BBC1
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Science:
Chemistry - revised and updated, targeted at Grade C. Languages 4.00 Japanese Language and People (1-2) a introduction to the language, culture and everyday life.
Working In the Community 5.00 Building Better Media Relations -two programmes that challenge individuals from charities to improve their communication skills.
Open University 6.00 English Only in America? - a campaign to get the use of English written into the US Constitution. 66849 6.30 Talking about Care - 50 years of the British care system.