Fun for the kids; Children In Need BBC1, 7.00pm.
This year, the Scottish team promise to bring you the best of home grown entertainment in the hope you'll dig deep and pledge some cash.
Jackie Bird, Rob MacLean and of course Pudsey Bear will present the Scottish end of the 22nd Children In Need.
In the studio they'll be joined by The Proclaimers, Carol Smillie, Chewin' The Fat's Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan,with Supergirly, actor Dougray Scott, Tinseltown star Dawn Steele, Gregory's Girl Clare Grogan, Record columnist Stuart Cosgrove and Chick Young.
Scotland's favourite twin brothers The Proclaimers perform their new single Sweet Little Girls and a track from Shrek movie I'm On My Way.
And those gorgeous lasses from down under - Supergirly - perform fabulous covers of Britney Spears' hit songs.
Also, BBC Scotland's battle of the towns quiz show Town 2 Town turns into the"Battle of The Broadcasters" when BBC Scotland television personalities take on Radio Scotland presenters.
The fun-filled celebrity extravaganza is hosted by Lorraine Kelly and Pudsey Bear.
It will give viewers the chance to see their favourite personalities test their wits and knowledge about themselves, their colleagues and the showbiz world.
The TV team includes Karen Dunbar, Chick Young, Douglas Anderson, Jonathan Watson, Heather Suttie and Fiona Henderson.
The Radio team offers up Fred MacAulay, Gary Roberston, Ali Abassi, Abeer Parkes, Janice Forsyth and Mhairi Stuart.
There will also be some outside broadcasts.
Sally Gray's in St Andrews, Heather Suttie in Stranraer, Simon Biagi in Inverness and Patsi MacKenzie's in Stornoway.
They'll be keeping Scotland up to date with what the country's mad fundraisers are getting up to.
And Carol Smillie will explain what all the cash raised is being used for.
Later With Jools Holland
US SOUL sensation Macy Gray, Hall and Oates and Garbage are among the artists introduced by Jools.
Award-winning Macy made her Later debut in April 1999 and has enjoyed huge success with her debut album, On How Life Is.
Tonight she performs numbers from her new album, The ID, which was released in September.
Pop rock band Garbage play tracks from their new album, Beautiful Garbage.
Philly soul duo Hall and Oates have sold more than 30 million records.
Tonight, they break off from their long-awaited UK tour to perform tracks from their recently-released CD which features 18 of their most successful tracks, including the new dance remix of their classic I Can't Go For That which was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic in 1982.
Muhammad Ali: Through The Eyes Of The World
THIS award-winning story tells the remarkable tale of a remarkable man.
Muhammad Ali emerged from a working-class background in Kentucky to become the heavyweight champion of the world.
His personality took him way beyond mere boxer status, to superstar.
He was idolised and still to this day admire him for his beliefs - and sticking to them.
He embraced Islam, refused to fight in the Vietnam War for America, and is still proud and strong today despite fighting the greatest battle of his life, to beat Parkinson's Disease.
Ali made his seven-year stand against the war with a dignity and courage which elevated him far beyond his shortcomings. The man, born as Cassius Clay, truly has had a remarkable life.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Nov 10, 2001|
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