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Lupo feigns illness and Lucky's starstruck.
7.05 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
Kidnappers capture Scooby and Shaggy.
Blazin' Squad guest and Charlie from Busted represents Ipswich in Your Riddims, Your UK. Plus competitions, games and Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Dennis the Menace and Even Stevens. With Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates.
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Marie has a date in this week's omnibus edition.
(Cast on Thursday)
Series Producer (Smile):
Sharron Davies introduces highlights from the tenth world swimming championships in Barcelona. Action includes the men's and women's 400m individual medleys, while former world championship silver medallist Graeme Smith and European silver medallist David Davies should figure prominently in the men's 1500m freestyle.
On Hong Kong Day at Ascot, Clare Balding introduces races at 2.05,2.35 and, at 3.05, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Sprint.
Race two of the world superbikes meeting at Brands Hatch. Current leader Neil Hodgson will be hoping to continue his success on home soil after his double win at Silverstone earlier in the season. But he will be pushed hard for the chequered flag by compatriot James Toseland and speedy Spaniard Ruben Xaus.
Day two of the AAA championships from the Alexander Stadium, Birmingham, where national titles are at stake as well as places in next month's world championships in Paris. Big names participating include Ashia Hansen , Darren Campbell and Iwan Thomas.
The timetable is as follows:
4.35 Women's triple jump final
5.20 Men's 400m hurdles final
5.25 Men's shot put final
6.00 Women's 1500m final
6.10 Men's 400m final
6.20 Men's 200m final.
Editors Michael Cole (athletics) and Carl Hicks (racing)
The progress of African-Americans since the days of Martin Luther King is examined in a new four-part series. Black Hollywood. Henry Louis Gates goes behind the scenes to investigate if the success of African-Americans at this year's Oscars has signalled that Hollywood is now colour-blind in pursuit of the box-office dollar. He meets some of black America's top stars - including Chris Tucker , Samuel L Jackson and Nia Long - and those securing jobs behind the camera, including director John Singleton.
Director Mary Crisp: Series producer Simon Chinn
Vinnie Jones and Status Quo's Rick Parfitt guest in the first of four selections from the past two series. Richard Hammond incinerates his worst car of all time, James May drives the cheapest car on the road and Jeremy Clarkson puts off-roaders to the test. The team also turn a 15-year-old Lada into a race car with help from Lotus.
Executive producer Gary Hunter : Editor Andy Wilman Jeremy Clarkson Meets the Neighbours on Tuesday at 9.50pm
BBC MAGAZINES: Top Gear, L3.60 monthly. www.bbc.co.uk/topgear
The Occupation of Iraq. British forces enter Basra in the last of the series in which politicians and soldiers relate their experiences of the recent Gulf conflict. The fighting has ceased for the moment but the campaign is now in its most critical phase as troops try to restore law and order. But they have to cope with a city in chaos: discarded Iraqi weapons, widespread looting and faltering amenities.
Series producer Neil Grant ; Executive producer Simon Ford BBC BOOK: The Battle for Iraq - BBC News Correspondents on the War against Saddam and a New World Agenda, price £7.99
5.00-6.00am. Trying to verify the Cyprus recording, Jack comes face to face with a pair of key players. Meanwhile, Chappelle continues to undermine Tony, and Kim's past returns to haunt her. The penultimate episode, plus Pure 24 -an interactive forum for fans - follow on BBC3.
Sherry Palmer Penny:
Highlights from the Sachsenring in Germany of round nine. Championship leader Valentino Rossi will be a man on a mission after he was controversially stripped of a win in the last round at Donington. Commentary by Nick Harris and Matthew Roberts. Presented by Suzi Perry.
Series producer Belinda Rogerson
Comedy drama. Detroit,
1963: three brothers set off for Florida to deliver their mother's birthday present - a classic Coupe de Ville car. But, as the trip gets under way, differences between the trio soon become apparent. Widescreen. Review page 44.
Director Joe Roth (1990,15)
Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Open up Your World: What's Your Dream? - youth talk show presented by Richard Blackwood. Languages 4.00 Talk Spanish (parts 1-4)
Webwlse for Business 5.00 Using the Internet Open University 6.00 The Baptistery, Padua
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