7.05 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
A ghost frightens vacationers away from a ski lodge.
Guests joining Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar include Popstars - the Rivals reject Javine, who discusses her debut single Real Things, and Keiri Noddings and Dominique Moore, aka Kit and Carly from the drama UGetMe, the omnibus of which follows.
Plus the usual competitions and games, as well as Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Dennis the Menace and Even Stevens. Director Peter Leslie ; Series producer Fiona Robinson www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/smile
Omnibus of the series about a radio show for teenagers.
For cast see Thursday
Home and Garden
The theme is "fresh and funky", as Laurence Llewelyn -Bowen transforms a plain table top with brightly coloured circles. Clips include a wacky lime-green circular kitchen from Home Front and some funky space-saving ideas from All the Right Moves.
At 12.30pm, there's a chance to see episode two of Charlie 's Gardening Neighbours.
Director Phil Stein ; Series producer
Live coverage of the International meeting in Glasgow, where sprint king Dwain Chambers looks set to spearhead Great Britain's challenge against the best America and Russia have to offer, in the men's 100m (1.35). European and Commonwealth long-jump silver medallist Jade Johnson returns to the field (2.20), while, after a winter's training in South Africa, Kelly Holmes competes in the women's 800m (2.55). Also featured are the men's 200m (2.25) and the men's 4x100m (3.20). Commentary by Steve Cram, Paul Dickenson and Stuart Storey. Hosted by Roger Black.
Coverage of the Irish Derby from the Curragh. Last year, High Chapparal became the 15th horse to complete an Epsom-Curragh Derby double.
4.05 British Superbikes
Craig Doyle has the latest news as the season reaches its halfway stage at Brands Hatch.
4.40 Moto GP
Seventh-round action from Holland. Can Italian world champion Valentino Rossi stay on course to secure the championship? With Suzi Perry.
TV presentation (athletics) Martin Webster
Editor Alastair Mclntyre
Coverage from the third and final day of this year's festival, which features Macy Gray direct from the Pyramid Stage and an exclusive acoustic performance from James Dean Bradfield, who appears later tonight with Manic Street
Preachers. Continues at 10.45pm.
St David's Hall once again plays host to the biennial event that's now firmly established as the pre-eminent competition for opera singers at the beginning of their professional careers. After a week of intense competition and superb music, much of which was broadcast on BBC4, just five singers are left to compete for the title of BBC Singer of the World in Cardiff 2003 and the L10,000 top prize. Twenty years after Karita Mattila took the opera world by storm and carried off the first title, who will triumph here tonight in the llth final?
Featuring the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Richard Hickox , Carlo Rizzi and Ralf Weikert. Presented by Huw Edwards , with backstage reaction from Gwenan Edwards and expert comment and analysis from distinguished American soprano Barbara Bonney. Director Rhodri Huw : Series producer Paul Bullock www.bbc.co.uk/singeroftheworld
Politicians and military personnel continue to relate their experiences of British involvement in the Gulf conflict earlier this year in the third of this seven-part series.
The Vipers' Nest. The British Army comes face to face with the Fedayeen - small but implacable teams of Saddam hardliners. Armed with rocket-propelled grenades, they proceed to bombard Black Watch soldiers trying to distribute water to Iraqi people as part of the campaign to win hearts and minds. As warfare stalls on the ground, forcing General Brimms to rethink his strategy, RAF pilots are ordered to drop controversial cluster bombs for the first time during the conflict in an attempt to hasten the progress of the war. Series producer Neil Grant ; Executive producer Simon Ford Iraq - the Cameraman's Story follows on BBC4 at 10pm
BBC BOOK: The Battle for Iraq - BBC News Correspondents on the War against Saddam and a New World Agenda, price £7.99
1.00am-2.00am. Jack, Yusuf, Wallace and Kate become engaged in a frenetic gun battle. Meanwhile Kim turns herself in to the police, and Palmer deals with growing anti-Arab riots in Georgia. The next episode, plus the interactive fan forum Pure 24, follows on BBC3.
The final evening of this year's music festival features performances by Moby and Doves from the two main stages, while Mike Skinner , akathe Streets, brings his chat of UK street life live to the Dance Tent. Also, highlights from earlier sets from the likes of Manic Street Preachers, the Roots, Feeder, Grandaddy and Depeche
Mode frontman Dave Gahan. Plus a review of all the finest performances from across the whole weekend. Presented by John Peel , Phill Jupitus and Lauren Laverne.
www.bbc.co.uk/glastonbuiy Forget the mud, head for the sofa: page 18; Michael Stipe in the RT Interview: page 22; Dust down your vinyl: page
Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Private Worlds: Growing Up in the UK -youth talk show hosted by Richard Blackwood.
Languages 4.00 Talk Portuguese (parts 1-4) Anger at Work 5.00 Fighting Fury
Open University 6.00 La Bonne Formule
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