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6/16/2007 07:34:00 pm - Reported by Marcus

Doctor Who stays at 7.15pm for the transmission of the penultimate episode of Season Three,The Sound of Drums in which Harry Saxon becomes Prime Minister, but his dark ambitions reach beyond the stars.

The programme is preceded by the final of The People's Quiz hosted by Jamie Theakston and followed by The National Lottery Draws and Casualty

On ITV1 the main opposition comes from "those pesky kids" in the 2004 filmScooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. where an evil genius is intent on wreaking havoc, much as on BBC1.

BBC2 has coverage of the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and handy tips on buying art.

Channel 4 puts the real Prime Minister up against Harold Saxon with The Rise and Fall of Tony Blair. Andrew Rawnsley examines the policies and personality of the man who has ruled Britain for the last decade.

Channel 5 offers an alternative with the 1988 feature film Little Nikita starring Sidney Poitier and River Phoenix. An unusual espionage drama in which an American teenager about to join the Air Force Academy discovers that his parents are Soviet agents.