Season Three of Doctor Who comes to a close in the UK next Saturday with episode thirteen, Last of the Time Lords, being broadcast at the slightly earlier time of 7.05pm.
The programme is preceded by a repeat of The Weakest Link: Dr Who Special, which was originally seen on the day before the season premier. The programme pits Doctor Who stars, including David Tennant, John Barrowman, Camille Coduri, Noel Clarke, K9 and Tracy-Anne Oberman, against Anne Robinson.
Following Doctor Who, BBC One viewers can see The National Lottery Drawsand Casualty.
ITV1 puts the feature film The Mummy up against the Doctor. The 1999 film stars Brendan Fraser,Rachel Weisz and John Hannah in a fantasy adventure about the search for buried treasure protected by an ancient mummy's curse.
Sports fans are catered for by BBC Two with tennis from south west London inWimbledon 2007. Weather permitting, it is the 3rd round in the men's and women's singles.
Channel 4 has a look at The 100 Greatest War Films. The first half of a two-part show counting down the 100 Greatest War Films of all time as voted for by the British public. Highlights include Platoon, Schindler's List and The Deer Hunter.
Channel 5 goes royal with William and Harry: The Interview. It is an interview given to Matt Lauer of the US network NBC, in which Prince William and Prince Harry give a unique insight into their lives.
NB: BBC Two will be showing the complete animated adventure Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest, originally shown as part of the Totally Doctor Whoseries, at 10.30am on Saturday morning. The Doctor and Martha follow a trail of clues across alien worlds to find the location of a legendary lost spaceship.