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Lupo gets trapped in a runaway car, then Mama Peppercorn is fed up with cleaning.
7.05 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy becomes invisible, then has a Friday 13th encounter.
Guests Amy Studt and Jennifer Ellison join Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and Devin Griffin in the studio, while Dannii Minogue is this month's featured artist.
Plus the usual competitions and games, including Bandit Bites,
Smile Furry and Nev It Up, as well as Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Jackie Chan Adventures and Even Stevens.
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10.30 The Scooby Doo Show
Animated adventures with the canine ghostbuster.
10.50 The Basil Brush Show
More furry fox fun.
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Trenches of Hell. It is 1916 and havingjoined the Belgian army, Indy finds himself fighting in the bloody battle of the Somme. Captured by the Germans, he plans an escape with a young French officer named de Gaulle.
Charles de Gaulle:
Presented by John Inverdale. 1-15 Golf A report on golf's
British Amateur championship, which concluded yesterday after six days' play at Ayrshire's Royal Troon and Irvine golf courses.
2.15MotoGP Highlights of the fifth round of the Moto GP championship in Italy, where local hero and defending champion Valentino Rossi will be looking to continue an impressive start to the season. With Suzi Perry.
3.20 French Open Tennis Live coverage of the men's final from the Roland Garros stadium in Paris. The Spanish continued their remarkable success last year, with Albert Costa taking his country's fourth title in the last ten competitions. Spain's record in Paris, however, is nothing compared with that of Australia and the USA, who boast 11 titles apiece.
Coverage continues at 4.35pm.
4.25 Racing Live coverage of the French Oaks from Chantilly, Paris. Last year Bright Sky, ridden by Dominic Boeuff , produced a devastating burst of acceleration to destroy the opposition.
4.35 French Open Tennis More coverage of the men's final.
Producer Richard Carr ; Editor Lawrence Duffy (S- tennis)
Tomorrow the Government will announce whether the British economy has passed the five tests that could trigger a referendum on joining the euro. But what do these tests really tell us, and what do those currently using the euro think of it? Evan Davis investigates for Correspondent.
ProducerSarahManwaringWhlte;EdltorKarenO'Connor See also Panorama at 10.15pm on BBC1
Jeremy Clarkson scrutinises the latest Porsche 911s, James May samples sports classic the TR6, and the small but powerful Clio V6 is taken to the limit. Plus, the Land Rover is Richard Hammond 's choice for The Greatest Car of All Time, and Anne Robinson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Executive producer Gary Hunter ; Series editor Andy Wllman
Once housing priceless artefacts produced by the world's greatest ancient civilisations, the Iraq Museum is now home to empty cases and broken glass. The first journalist to enter the museum since it was looted during the war on Saddam, Dan Cruickshank meets with half-truths, obstruction and aggression as he seeks to discover what happened here. See yesterday's choice.
Director Guy Smith
10.00-ll.00pm. Jack attempts to deal with the nuclear bomb. Episode 16 follows on BBC3, directly before Pure 24.
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Just Sex. When Warren's romance turns sour he decides honesty is the best policy. Contains strong language.
Written by Matthew Graham ; Producer Jane Fallon
Director Nigel Douglas
Coverage from the Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, of the light-welterweight contest between Canada's Arturo Gatti and American Micky Ward, who faced one another last night for the third time in little more than a year. Their previous encounters contained some of the best ring action ever seen in the modern era, with Ward taking the first on a close decision and the judges favouring Gatti in the second. Editor Jim Bentley ; Producer Andy Gilbert More boxing on Tuesday at 11.35pm on BBC1
John Waters 's satire on the New
I York art scene, starring Edward Furlong and Christina Ricci.
Eighteen-year-old Pecker works in a Baltimore sandwich bar and loves taking snapshots of the world around him. "Discovered" by a trendy Manhattan art dealer, he becomes the toast of New York's art world. But success has a price. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director John Waters (1998.15)
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