Pom finds a bracelet.
6.20 64 Zoo Lane
Victor takes revenge on some animals.
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Cartoon based on the Peanuts comic strip.
Taz wants Dingo to help him dig up some treasure. The, the devil baby-sits his younger brother Jake.
7.15 Looney Tunes
Cartoon fun with Pepe Le Pew.
Keisha White performs her new single Whatcha Gonna Do. while a Smile competition winner interviews Tracy Beaker star Dani Harmer. There's the second of Emma Bunton's Featured Artist slots, and one of the Smile Furry puppies visits the studio. Games include Bandit Bites and Nev It Up.
Plus The Scooby-Doo Show, Jackie Chan Adventures, Cavegirl, Arthur, Even Stevens and The Fairly Odd Parents.
With Reggie Yates, DJ Devstarand Fearne Cotton.
Fearne CottonGuest ("Smile"): Keisha
Flashpoint, Psychosis, Sagor and the 47th Ronin do battle. With Trevor Nelson and Lisa Snowdon. First shown on BBC3
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen shows how to make the most of limited space in and outdoors.
At 11.40, in Real Rooms, the team improve a dank bathroom, while at 12.10, in Small Town
Gardens, a Brighton backyard is transformed into a vibrant garden. Director Paul Vanezis : Series producer Vanessa Jackson
Herod and the Bethlehem Massacre. Did King Herod actually commit the mass murder of children? Evidence that he killed family members seems to validate the Bible story.
Introduced by Craig Doyle.
1.30 Sport Plus Magazine that discusses the week's big issues.
2.00 Rugby Union Newcastle Falcons v Pertemps Bees
Live coverage from Kingston
Park of this Powergen Cup semi-final clash (kick-off 2.15). The Bees caused a huge shock by knocking out English champions Wasps in the quarter-finals. Newcastle face the Division One part-timers still without star player Jonny Wilkinson. Introduced by John Inverdale. Commentary by Nick Mullins. Highlights can be seen in Rugby Special at 12.10am.
4.00 Badminton Action from the All England championships. There's L68,000 in prize money to be played for- as well as crucial Olympic qualifying points. Sydney Olympics bronze medallist Simon Archer is set to play in the mixed doubles with Donna Kellogg. Their main challenge comes from fellow Brits Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms.
Commentary by David Mercer.
5.20 Rugby League The Challenge Cup quarter-final draw live. TV presentation Ken Burton (rugby)
Editor Ron Chakraborty
The osprey is filmed by Gordon Buchanan in the Highlands, as well as the pine marten, one of Scotland's elusive mammals. Producer Roger Webb ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
At the Coast. The naturalist swims with seals off the Isles of Scilly and gets up close and personal with puffins in the third of four repeated Bill Oddie Goes Wild compilations. Series producers Sarah Pitt , Stephen Moss wnw.bbc.co.uk/nature
Ireland - Sculpted Isle. From the great limestone features of the Burren to the wide, bleak bog lands of Mayo - a look at how the Irish landscape has undergone some of the fastest and most profound changes of any in Europe. Producer Karen Partridge ; Series editor Michael Gunton (AD)
New series 1/3. How people of African-Caribbean origin came to be aesthetically accepted in fashion and the arts. Blonde Ambition. Between 1900 and the 1950s, Caucasians monopolised catwalks and glamorous film roles, and were invariably used in glossy magazine advertisements. It wasn't until the 1960s, as the winds of change blew through the US, that black people began to celebrate the physical qualities the Western world had shunned. With contributions from Naomi Campbell , the model Iman, actress Diahann Carroll , the Three Degrees, and Mary Wilson of the Supremes. Director/Producer Tim Pritchard Beauty across the colour line: page 31
5/6. The six remaining volunteers have to capture a terrorist leader who is known to be located in the barren and treacherous Khan River valley. With DermotO'Leary. Contains scenes of violence and strong language.
Director Jay Taylor ; Producer Graham Cooper SAS Survival Skills is at 3.25am on BBC3
New series 1/4. Jimmy McGovern 's drama inspired by the turbulent and bloody reigns of Mary, Queen of Scots and her son James VI of Scotland and I of England. Beautiful 18-year-old Mary arrives from France to rule the warring
Scottish Lords led by her bastard half brother. (AD)
9.50 2/4. Continuing the drama. Concludes next Sunday.
Producers Gub Neal and AJ Wands; Director Gillies MacKinnon (AD) Sex and chopping: page 33
Mary, Queen of Scots:
Mary of Guise:
Father Michael C-Tin:
Sir John Huntly:
Young Mary toana:
Sharp satire from the co-creators of This Is Spinal Tap. A peculiar assortment of dogs and their owners prepare to take part in the prestigious Mayflower Dog Show in Philadelphia. Film of the Week: page 45
Director Christopher Guest (2000, 12)
Sherri Ann Ward Cabot:
Scott Donlan John:
John Inverdale presents highlights of the Powergen Cup semi-finals at Newcastle's Kingston Park. Director Sally Richardson : Editor Lucy Cutler Rptd Friday 1.30pm
www.bbc.co.uk/ieamingzone WorkSkillS - Wise at Work Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Money Matters: Cashwise Managing personal finances. 34283 3.00 Webwlse for Business: Using the Internet
4.00 Improving Skills 72080 5.00 Workplace Skills