T-Bone forms a band.
Ling steals a powerful artefact.
A vampire is at large.
With comedian Al Murray, plus cartoon fun with The Fairly Odd Parents and Even Stevens. Also showing on the CBBC channel.
With Girls Aloud, Athlete, Will Young and Simon Webbe. Plus JK and Joel's comedy pop quiz. With Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon, Mark Rhodes.
Top of the Pops is tomorrow 7pm BBC2
A chat with Man Utd's Ruud van Nistelrooy.
Tony Blair guests on the day his beloved Newcastle United face Birmingham City. Elsewhere, a look ahead to FA Cup first-round ties, plus tomorrow's showdown between Man Utd and Chelsea.
With Manish Bhasin , John Motson and Mark Lawrenson. Chasetown v Oldham Athletic in the FA Cup first round is tomorrow at 1pm
Introduced by John Inverdale.
1.05 Cricket Preview England's forthcoming series in Pakistan.
1.10 , 2.40 Bowls Semi-final action at the Indoor Open in Sheffield. With Jill Douglas. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
2.30 Around the Grounds
3.25 ,4.45 Football Latest
3.30 ,4.50 Rugby Union
Wales v New Zealand Champions of the northern and southern hemispheres clash in a mouth-watering encounter at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium (kick-off 4.00).
Wales haven't had a Test win over the All Blacks for more than 50 years, though the Six Nations winners came close last season, losing by one point. Commentary: Eddie Butler , Jonathan Davies. VIDEO Plus+ code for 3.30-6pm
(non-PDC) TV presentation (rugby) Gareth Mainwaring Editor (rugby) Carl Hicks INTERACTIVE: 12.50-2pm digital viewers can access the MotoGP practice session in Valencia (with the race itself live tomorrow at 12.35pm on BBC2); 2-6pm there's the latest football news in Score
With Darren Jordon.
Regional News; Weather with Helen Young.
3/6. A luxurious destination awaits the contestant whose general knowledge outshines that of their opponents. With Eamonn Holmes. Includes the draws. Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Andy Rowe
Big Bang Theory. Josh's career hangs in the balance, while Guppy makes a dangerous enemy.
Writer Ray Brooking ; Producer Sue Howells ; Director Steve Kelly
The outcome of this week's ballroom blitz.
Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present as we find out which celebrity will be next to leave the ballroom. Earlier, the couples danced either a Paso Doble or a Foxtrot.
3/6. The Mummy. Barry shows off his less-than-sensitive side when Carrie discovers she's adopted, as Simon Nye 's gentle domestic sitcom continues.
Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Sue Vertue Neil Morrissey answers One Final Question: page
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Isobel Lang.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Premiership highlights, including Aston Villa at home to European champions Liverpool, and newly promoted Sunderland's bid to win at Highbury - for the first time in 22 years. Plus the pick of today's FA Cup first-round ties. Presented by Gary Lineker. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Mark Demuth
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am Chasetown v Oldham Athletic in the FA Cup is tomorrow at 1pm INTERACTIVE: from 10pm until 4pm tomorrow, digital viewers can watch all the goals in the FA Cup first round via the red button
Visceral martial arts action drama starring Jet Li and Michelle Yeoh. Two boys raised in a Shaolin temple become firm friends. But individual philosophies take each on a different path in life, and friendship leads to betrayal. Cantonese dialogue dubbed into English. Review page 53.
Director Yuen Woo-Ping (1993,15)
Followed by Weatherview
Daniel Radcliffe (aka Harry Potter ). Shown yesterday