Fix and Foxi
Fix and Foxi help Professor Knox escape from the Cyclops.
7.05 Looney Tunes
Elmer Fudd, Bugs Bunny and a tough gangster cat feature in a triple bill.
Hip-hop collective Big Brovaz are among today's studio guests, while April's featured band Busted provide the music. Along with the usual competitions and games - including Pin the Tail on Nev - there's cartoon fun with Watch My Chops, Even Stevens, Arthur, Looney Tunes and Jackie Chan Adventures, and prehistoric teen adventures with Cavegirl.
Presented by Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar.
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10.30 Tom and Jerry Kids
The juvenile cartoon characters feature in a triple bill.
10.50 So Little Time
Manuelois is upset when he is left out of the family portrait.
Series Producer (Smile):
Presented by John Inverdale.
2.05 Rugby Special Highlights from yesterday's European Cup semi-final between Toulouse and Munster, plus a preview of this afternoon's semi-final, which kicks off at 2.45pm.
2.45 Rugby Union
Lelnster v Perpignan
Live coverage from Lansdowne Road of the second European Cup semi-final as Irish side Leinstertakeon France's
Perpignan. Leinster are facing their second French side in consecutive games, having knocked out Biarritz at the quarter-final stage. But will they fare so well against Perpignan, who qualified with a convincing 26-19 victory over Llanelli?
4.30 British Superbikes The action moves to Thruxton in Hampshire for round three.
5.00 World Superbikes Third-round action from Sugo, Japan.
6.00 Moto GP Coverage of the second Moto GP of the season in South Africa.
Producer Jonathan Bramley ; Editor
More catastrophe-laden comic misadventures from 1973. When Betty announces she is pregnant, Frank's reaction is to visit the maternity clinic himself. With Michael Crawford , Michele Dotrice and guest star Christopher Biggins.
Written by Raymond Allen ; Producer Michael Mills
Second-round action from Sheffield's Crucible Theatre, with the best-of-25-frame matches played over three sessions.
In last year's tournament, round two saw a number of one-sided matches. Among the players cruising through to the last eight was Scotland's Stephen Hendry , the seven-times champion crushing Welshman Anthony Davies 13-3. The man he was to meet in the final, England's Peter Ebdon , had a tougher time in his encounter with compatriot Joe Perry but eventually eased through with the loss of seven frames. Presented by Hazel Irvine , with expert analysis from Steve Davis and John Parrott. www.bbc.co.uk/snooker
5.00-6.00pm. Jack's suspicions are aroused when he makes a discovery about the commandos who attacked him. Mason, meanwhile, becomes nostalgic as his time grows short. The next episode follows on BBC3, while
Pure 24- an interactive forum for fans - is at 11.30pm.
Sherry Palmer Penny:
Continuing a repeat run of the 20-something drama series. Sex, Lies and Muesli Yoghurt, Anna decides that Delilah has outstayed her welcome. Egg continues to have doubts over his choice of career. Contains strong language. Written by Richard Zajdlic ; Producer Jane Fallon
Director Audrey Cooke
How will David Beckham react to an argument between his wife Victoria and boss Alex Ferguson ? All is revealed in the last in the series of the comic satire that catches celebrity look-alikes on camera. Contains strong language. Director Alison Jackson ; Producer Catherine Bailey
Shown last Monday
Coverage of last night's IBFcruiserweight title fight at Foxwoods Resort Casino, Connecticut, as undefeated champion Vassiliy Jirov of Kazakhstan clashed with wily American veteran James Toney , a former middleweight and super-middleweight titleholder. Jim Neilly and Richie Woodall are in the commentary positions, with expert analysis coming from Steve Bunce and Claude Abrams.
Editor Jim Bentley ; Senior producerChris Lewis
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Design and Technology 2 - topics covered include resistant materials, systems and control/electronic products and textiles. Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (parts 1-4)
Working In Engineering 5.00 Basic IT and Web Skills
Open University 6.00 Open Advice Staying on Course
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