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Rotten Ralph
Ralph's country cousin comes to stay.

6.10 Albert the Fifth Musketeer
The king is made to feel small by Cardinal Richelieu.

6.35 Chucklewood Critters
Franklin's aunt arrives with an array of amazing stories to tell.

7.00 Smurfs' Adventures
Fun with the little blue creatures.

7.20 Arthur
Arthur reminisces about last summer.

7.50 Looney Tunes
With Tweety, Foghorn Leghorn and Sylvester.

8.10 Yvon of the Yukon
Willy hires a tough Territory Officer.

8.35 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza, Debbie and Donny take part in the Nadaam Festival.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ralph Ralph
Unknown:
Cardinal Richelieu.
Unknown:
Arthur Arthur
Unknown:
Foghorn Leghorn
Unknown:
Thornberrys Eliza

Today's guests are Kelly Osbourne and Fame Academy's Sinead Quinn, plus the search for Britain's brightest star in Celebrity Fastermind.
Top of the Pops Saturday includes performances by Kelly Rowland and Justin Timberlake in a duet with Kelly.
Featuring Woody Woodpecker and The Fairly Odd Parents, plus Lizzie McGuire, the first in a new US series following the antics of a 14-year-old girl.
Simon Grant and Fearne Cotton host.
(The Saturday Show Extra follows at 12 noon on CBBC channel)

12.00 News; Weather

Contributors

Presenter:
Simon Grant
Presenter:
Fearne Cotton
Guest:
Kelly Osbourne
Guest:
Sinead Quinn
Singer (Top of the Pops Saturday):
Kelly Rowland
Singer (Top of the Pops Saturday):
Justin Timberlake
Producer:
Mel Balac
Producer:
Melissa Hardinge
Executive Producer:
Annette Williams

Ray Stubbs and Mark Lawrenson look ahead to the fourth round of the FA Cup. Highlights in Match of the Day at 10.30pm, with live coverage of Manchester United v West Ham tomorrow at
12.50pm, followed at 6.15pm by Shrewsbury v Chelsea.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Stubbs
Unknown:
Mark Lawrenson

Presented by Steve Rider.
1.10 Australian Open Tennis
From Melbourne, highlights of the women's singles final. Live coverage of the men's final begins tonight at 2.50am.
2.20 Boxing A look ahead to
Howard Eastman 's attempt to claim the vacant European middleweight title by beating France's Eriand Betare.
Highlights Tuesday at 11.15pm.
2.30 Rugby Union
Harlequins v Leicester Tigers
Live coverage from the Stoop
Memorial ground of this quarter-final clash (kickoff 2.45) in the Powergen Cup between two of English rugby union's biggest names. The domestic knockout competition title has eluded
Leicester since 1996 while Quins have used home advantage to help eliminate Tigers from the cup for the past two seasons. Quarter-final highlights can be seen tomorrow at 4pm on BBC2. Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor
Ron Chakraborty Fancy Grandstand's theme on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com

Contributors

Presented By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Howard Eastman
Unknown:
Eriand Betare.
Producer:
Lakviar Singh
Editor:
Ron Chakraborty

Modem Men. In a Christmas 1996 episode. Del tries to become a "new man" and pay more attention to Raquel. Written by John Sullivan ; Director Tony Dow ; Producer Gareth Gwenlan
Another episode and regular cast on Friday at 8.30pm

Contributors

Written By:
John Sullivan
Director:
Tony Dow
Producer:
Gareth Gwenlan

Contestants compete to travel the world. With
Eamonn Holmes. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball.
Director John L Spencer ; Producer Michael Mannes The National Lottery Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 8.50pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Eamonn Holmes.
Director:
John L Spencer
Producer:
Michael Mannes

Spiteful God. Fin gets trapped inside a power station with a young girl. Jack wonders if a conscious Jason will know him.
Written by Leslie Stewart ; Producer Tim Holloway
Director Lawrence Gordon-Clark [Web Address Removed] Like the Casualty tune on your phone? Visit [Web Address Removed]

Contributors

Written By:
Leslie Stewart
Producer:
Tim Holloway
Director:
Lawrence Gordon-Clark
Colette Griffiths:
Adjoa Andoh
Finlay Newton:
Kwame Kwei-Armah
Merlin:
Orlando Seale
Anna Paul:
Zita Sattar
Nikki Marshall:
Kelly Harrison
Jack Vincent:
Will Mellor
Comfort Jones:
Martina Laird
Simon Kaminski:
Christopher Colquhoun
Tony Vincent:
Lee Warburton
Lara Stone:
Christine Stephen-Daly
Harry Harper:
Simon MacCorkindale
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Lisa Duffin:
Catherine Shipton
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Eddie Vincent:
Philip Martin Brown
RyanJohnson:
Russell Boulter
Dillon Cahill:
Dan Rymer
Roxanne Bird:
Loo Brealey
Marsha Chalmers:
Katie McEwen
John Chalmers:
Ian Pirie
Jess:
Bethan Mansfield
Emma:
Natalie Glover
Jason:
Matt Acheson

James Wilby, Tara FitzGerald and Paul Rhys star in the first of a new eight-part series of one-off psychological thrillers.
Convinced that her house is haunted, a lonely wife investigates its history and former occupants, uncovering a grisly tale with alarming parallels to her current life.
[web address removed]

Contributors

Writer:
Anthony Horowitz
Producer:
Paul Knight
Director:
Coky Giedroyc
Daniel Morton/Sir Richard Morton:
James Wilby
Elizabeth Morton:
Tara Fitzgerald
Matthew Hopkins:
Paul Rhys
Charles Merrick:
Matt Bardock
George Blakeney:
Jasper Britton
Eloise Duvall:
Kate Magowan
Ella:
Ann Ogbomo
David Lewis:
Martin Jenkins
Diana Spearman:
Joanna Scanlan
Registrar:
Peter Gordon
Dan Wetherall:
Andrew Rajan
Guest:
Jeremy Young
Mrs Wilson:
Tina Martin

Highlights from today's key FA Cup fourth-round matches, plus a roundup of all the goals. Hosted by Ray Stubbs. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am Match of the Day Live, featuring Manchester United v West Ham, tomorrow at
12.50pm, followed by Shrewsbury Town v Chelsea at 6.15pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Stubbs.
Producer:
Phil Bigwood
Editor:
Paul Armstrong

Action thriller starring Judge
Reinhold and Penelope Ann Miller. A police bomb expert and a heart surgeon try to hunt down a bomber who is causing the doctor's patients to explode. Review page 41.
Director Paul Antier (2002)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Penelope Ann Miller.
Director:
Paul Antier

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