Coverage of this morning's total eclipse viewed from St
Michael's Mount in Marazion,
Cornwall. Presented by Michael Buerk , Philippa Forrester and Jamie Theakston , with astronomer
Patrick Moore , weather forecaster Helen Young and Dr Mark Porter. See today's choices. Producer Martin Mortimore ; Executive producer
Phil Dolling BBC BOOK: The Planets by David McNab and James Younger , £19.99, available from bookshops. * Nature's great fireworks display: page 21; plus Or Mark Porter : page 35
A look at today's eclipse, and Butt finds out about cooking CONTACT DETAILS: write to - Telequest, PO Box 27177, London, W12 6TQ; phone [number removed] (lines open 10am-11.30am); e-mail - email@example.com WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/tq
The first of two documentaries this week looking at the lives of children from their own perspective. Street Pride. Youngsters demonstrate a passion for dancing that each hopes to turn into a career. Repeat
The animals are moved to the Web of Life, a new exhibit covering the whole of the natural world. Keepers Rachel Jones and Duncan McGinnie have problems trying to move a coral reef, and Amanda Ferguson takes care in re-housing four rare Bali starlings. Meanwhile, 148 rare wart-biter crickets hatch on the day of the preview, and are still being catalogued as guest of honour Baroness Thatcher arrives.
Producer Sara Hardy
Digital widescreen Subtitled .............
Phillip Schofield visits staff, students and patients at Liverpool
University's animal hospitals for an insight into modern veterinary science. He sees a horse being treated for head-shaking, meets a spaniel in need of open-chest surgery, and goes to nearby Chester Zoo to take a urine sample from a pregnant elephant. See today's choices. Producer Mary FitzPatrick
Executive producer Jane Aldous
Digital widescreen * Wallace and Gromit's Pick of the Week: page 30
Claudia Winkleman presents a combination of live bands, love songs and special dedications, plus the midweek draw. Producer Jon Riley
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NOTE: previous winning numbers from lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling [number removed]
Second in the six-part drama about a tough probation officer. Starring Keith Allen
Once in Cardiff, Jack becomes involved in a case of child abuse, while Suzanne's father Peter expresses hostility over Jack's relationship with Suzanne's daughter Katie. Contains strong language.
Written by Sian Orrells
Executive producers Pedr James and Maggie Russell ; Director Tim Lyn
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Highlights from the midweek Premiership programme.
Among the games featured are Aston Villa's home game against Everton, and Sheffield Wednesday against treble winners Manchester United,
Plus the goals from last night's games. Presented by Gary Lineker with Alan Hansen , and commentary from Barry Davies , Jon Champion and Tony Gubba. Digital widescreen
A final visit to Marazion, Cornwall as Michael Buerk looks back at a day of solar eclipse-watching from St Michael's Mount. Jamie
Theakston reports on the diverse celebrations that took place, from Druid sun ceremonies to an eclipse-watching flight aboard
Concorde, and Philippa Forrester traces the phenomenon's two-hour journey across Europe and the Middle East before finally concluding at sunset over India. (Subtitled)
The second of this week's two
US hospital drama double bills.
12.05 Positive IDs. A woman at risk of developing breast cancer has a radical request for Diane.
12.55 Leggo My Ego. Kate's values are questioned when she takes a stand. Subtitled
Videoplus code for 12.05-12.55 Code for 12.55-1.40 .................
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