Questions about his identity upset Astro.
The latest sports news plus what kids are doing all around the country at breakfast time.
Also on the CBBC channel
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Digital viewers can find out how to join in with the show, and a Football Focus commentary competition, via the red button
The kids want to hold a party for Sportacus.
The penguin hurts his beak and makes a new pal.
Jim and Eco learn all about teamwork.
The cub is aided by some beavers.
The Lost World of Lake Vostok
The formidable challenge facing scientists as they try to explore a lake 4km under the Antarctic ice sheet.
Action from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, on the day when the first semi-finalist will be decided. Also live at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Digital viewers - live uninterrupted coverage of both tables, plus a news and results service, via the red button
Adam Shaw reports from a South African school that's benefiting from the current trend of giving charitable gifts.
Three races from Epsom, with starts at 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30. Clare Balding and Willie Carson host. Jim McGrath commentates. Plus the climax of the second quarter-final at Sheffield. This juncture last year saw
Shaun Murphy continuing to upset the form book by crushing six-time champion Steve Davis 13-4.
Also live at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Snooker - digital viewers can access live coverage of both tables, plus a news and results service, via the red button
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The general knowledge quiz in which teams of novices take on champions such as Millionaire winner Judith Keppel , International Mastermind Chris Hughes and world quizzing supremo Kevin Ashman. The series continues next Monday.
The main course is about to be served as Galton Blackiston and Antony Worrall Thompson continue their battle to represent the Midlands and East.
Galton travels to Hindolveston to source free range duck for his roast Norfolk duckling with orange, served with bubble and squeak, while Antony seeks sublime oxtail to create his Hereford oxtail with stout and prunes, and horseradish mash.
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage of the concluding sessions of the two remaining quarter-finals.
Could Steve Davis still be in the frame following his resurgence over recent seasons? For some, a dream match would see him up against fellow veteran and "people's champion" Jimmy White. But even if the old guard of Davis and White did make it past the qualifiers in the first round, they'll then have faced extremely stern tests against title-holder Shaun Murphy and 2002 champion Peter Ebdon respectively. Meanwhile, who'll be battling it out in the second of tonight's quarter-finals? Twice world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan may well be there, and could be up against either world number two John Higgins or two-times winner Mark Williams. <s) Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Digital viewers can access live uninterrupted coverage of both tables, plus a news and results service, via the red button
10/12. Called to Heathrow at 3.45am, the five remaining candidates are in the dark. It turns out they're heading for the Mediterranean where they'll spend the week competing on the high seas aboard a luxury cruise liner. Split into two teams, they are given the task of creating a new service for the 2,500 passengers - but will any of the holidaymakers be willing to part with cash when they've already paid for an all-inclusive package? Contains strong language. The Apprentice - You're Fired! follows.
Producers Sanjay Singhal and Martyn Smith ; Editor Daniel Adamson Rptd next Saturday on BBC3 and next Tuesday on BBC2 View episode previews and bonus material at www.bbc.co.uk/bbctwo
10/12. Adrian Chiles meets the tenth failed candidate for an assessment of what went wrong. Series producer James Bainbridge
Executive producer Dan Adamson The latest candidate to have been fired will be talking to Phil Williams tomorrow at 9am on Radio 5 Live
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights from today's play at the Crucible - the concluding sessions of the quarter-finals. Who will be lining up in tomorrow's semi-final matches?
Presented by Hazel Irvine. <s)
Ray Stubbs introduces highlights of today's quarter-finals.
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