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Little Bear
Triple bill in which Little Bear's favourite tree gets blown down, and Lucy and Fisherman Bear get married. (S)

7.30 Brum
Scruffy mistakenly buries a businessman's mobile phone.
Shown last Mon, BBC2 (S) (W)

7.40 Fix and Foxi
Animated double bill. The cheeky duo hit the sales to buy a skateboard. (R) (S)

7.50 Flint the Time Detective
A visit to 12th-century Japan. (S)

8.15 Bruno the Kid
The 11-year-old computer whiz starts work for a top secret agency. (R)(S)

8.35 Rugrats
Fun with the rompersuited rebels. (R) (S)

9.00 The Saturday Show
Dani Behr and Joe Mace welcome Hearsay to the studio to perform Everybody, while Sophie Ellis-Bextor sings Murder on the Dancefloor.
Karaoke Kriminals continues, there's cartoon fun with Super Duper Sumos, Jackie Chan Adventures and The Cramp Twins, plus last week's episode of Hollywood 7 (which continues Thursday at 4.35pm) and US comedy with So Little Time.
(S) (W)

Contributors

Presenter ("The Saturday Show"):
Dani Behr
Presenter ("The Saturday Show"):
Joe Mace
Guests ("The Saturday Show"):
null Hearsay
Guest ("The Saturday Show"):
Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Producer ("The Saturday Show"):
Daniel Baldwin
Producer ("The Saturday Show"):
Jennifer Chatham
Producer ("The Saturday Show"):
Melissa Hardinge
Executive Producer ("The Saturday Show"):
Annette Williams

Ray Stubbs previews domestic action as Manchester United visit Arsenal and Leeds United take on Aston Villa. Plus a review of the FA Cup first round, and Uefa Cup action. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/football

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Stubbs

Introduced by Steve Rider.
1.00, 3.15, 3.55 Rugby Union Scotland v New Zealand
Live action (kickoff 4pm) as Scotland take on the All Blacks at Murrayfield, McGeechan's home side, who have never beaten New Zealand, hope to thwart Jonah Lomu and his team. Commentary is provided by Bill McLaren. Second-half coverage is at 4.50pm on BBC2.
1.15, 1.50, 2.55 Racing Four races from Ascot, the focus failing on the the First National Gold Cup at 2.30. Other starts are at 1.20,1.55 and 3.05.
Commentary by Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman ,
Peter Scudamore and Angus Loughran.
1.30 Indoor Rowing
Garry Herbert reviews last week's
British Indoor championships where Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell compete to become national champion.
2.40 Rally of Great Britain Scotland's Colin McRae ,
England's Richard Burns and Finland's Tommi Makinen battle it out in the final stages. of the world championships.
3.45 Football Half-Times
Scores around the country. Producer Jonathan Bramley ; Editor
Carl Hicks (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Jonah Lomu
Provided By:
Bill McLaren.
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath
Commentary By:
Richard Pitman
Commentary By:
Peter Scudamore
Commentary By:
Angus Loughran.
Unknown:
Garry Herbert
Unknown:
Matthew Pinsent
Unknown:
James Cracknell
Unknown:
Colin McRae
Unknown:
Richard Burns
Unknown:
Tommi Makinen
Producer:
Jonathan Bramley
Editor:
Carl Hicks

Ruby Wax hosts the psychological quiz where the longer contestants wait before answering, the more money they win. Director James Ditchfield ; Producer Amanda Wilson (S) (W)

Contributors

Director:
James Ditchfield
Producer:
Amanda Wilson

Phillip Schofield hosts the quiz in which 49 contestants attempt to win a round-the-world trip. The winner goes through to Wednesday's show at 8.50pm to play for cash to take on their holiday. Including the Thunderball, National Lottery and Lottery Extra draws.
Director Patricia Mordecai ; Producer Jane O'Brien (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Phillip Schofield
Director:
Patricia Mordecai
Producer:
Jane O'Brien

The Morning After. Max and Amanda's relationship comes under strain when Ben is brought into A&E.
Written by Edel Brosnan ; Producer Amanda Silvester ; Director
Sue Dunderdale (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bb.co.uk/casualty

Contributors

Written By:
Edel Brosnan
Producer:
Amanda Silvester
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Lisa Duffin:
Catherine Shipton
Max Gallagher:
Robert Gwilym
Chloe Hill:
Jan Anderson
Patrick Spiller:
Ian Kelsey
Finlay Newton:
Kwame Kwei-Armah
Spencer:
Ben Keaton
Anna Paul:
Zita Sattar
Jack Vincent:
Will Mellor
Dillon Cahill:
Dan Rymer
Lara Stone:
Christine Stephen-Daly
Jan Goddard:
Judy Loe
Amanda Lewis:
Janet Dibley
Ben Lewis:
Arthur Caulfield
Tony Vincent:
Lee Warburton
Oliver:
Dobbs Benthomas
Rachel James:
Amy Robbins
Pharmacist:
Bridgitta Roy
Sam Dalton:
William Ilkley
Declan:
Wasseem Hamden
Juliet Montague:
Jackie Morrison
Ron Montague:
Sendhil Ramamurthy
Security guard:
Miguel Plaza
Jenny Lincoln:
Zoe Thorne
Mrs Lincoln:
Janette Legge
Rita Lincoln:
Hayley Spencer

Concluding the second series of the quirky comedy drama.

Jeff and Jeannie help a man who believes his father has come back from the dead. Marty is banished to the afterlife after a tiff with Jeff.
Written by The League of Gentlemen's Mark Gatiss and Jeremy Dyson.
(S) (W)

Contributors

Writer:
Mark Gatiss
Writer:
Jeremy Dyson
Producer:
Charlie Higson
Executive Producer:
Simon Wright
Jeff Randall:
Bob Mortimer
Marty Hopkirk:
Vic Reeves
Jeannie Hurst:
Emilia Fox
Wyvern:
Tom Baker
Stuart Boyle:
John Michie
Mrs Applegarth:
Eleanor Bron
Dicky Klein:
Roy Hudd
Helium Harry:
Reece Shearsmith
Mr Macintyre:
Charles Simon
Sallis:
Charlie Higson
PA voice:
John Bull

Michael Parkinson's guests are ex-EastEnders actress turned West End star Martine McCutcheon, actress and pop star Jennifer Lopez, and TV and radio personality Terry Wogan. (S)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Parkinson
Guest:
Martine McCutcheon
Guest:
Jennifer Lopez
Guest:
Terry Wogan.
Director:
Stuart McDonald
Executive Producer:
Beatrice Ballard

On the tenth anniversary of his death from an Aids-related illness, another chance to see this frank portrait of the life of Queen's flamboyant front man. it features contributions from friends and relatives, including the singer's mother and sister, former lovers, members of Queen and Elton John. Executive producer Mart<Hagen (R) (S) (W)
Followed by Weatherview (W)

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