Interactive game show with guests CBBC presenters Richard McCourt and Kirsten O'Brien.
Hosted by Robin Banks and Jemma James.
Last in the current series
TO TAKE PART: ring [number removed] (calls cost 30p); Ceefax: p521: website: [web address removed]
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.35RugbyUnion Highlights from
Welford Road of the Premiership match between Leicester and Wasps, with commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
Sunday Grandstand continues at 1.30pm. Digital widescreen
1.35,3.45 Athletics Action from the IAAF World Cross-Country championships in Belfast, beginning with live coverage of the women's 4km race and culminating with the men's 12km event. Commentary is by David Coleman and Brendan Foster.
1.55 Rugby League Bradford Bulls v Leeds Rhinos Live coverage from Huddersfield of the weekend's second Challenge Cup semi-final (kickoff 2pm). Commentary by Jon Champion and Joe Lydon.
4.20 Racing From Dubai, live coverage of races at 4.30 and, at 5.15, the World
Cup. With commentary by Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Clare Balding.
TV presentation (rugby league) Malcolm Kemp Executive producer Martin Hopkins
Digital widescreen ...........................
Chris Packham introduces this week's edition from Jordan, where he charts the course of the annual bird migration between Europe and Africa.
Website: [web address removed]
6.00 Watch Out Spring
Tracking the progress of wildlife in the springtime, from the south to the north of Britain.
Contact details: to ring in with sightings of springtime firsts, call free on: [number removed]; fax: [number removed]; e-mail: [address removed];or write to: Watch Out Spring, [address removed]
6.35 The Natural World: Iran - Secrets of the North
The first of two programmes exploring the wildlife inhabiting this vast country, a natural crossroads that is home to animals from Asia, Europe and Africa. This edition visits the north, a land of seasonal extremes. See today's choices.
Neil Nightingale Videoplus 5.55-7.30 (not PDC). Behind the Iran curtain: page 22
David Dimbleby concludes the story of the 14-year struggle over Britain's colony Rhodesia and the establishment of Zimbabwe.
Surrender. Duringthe course of the fight for independence
30,000 lives were lost, peace talks ended in disagreement and up to the last moment the Rhodesian military plotted to keep Robert Mugabe from taking power. Ian Smith , Lord Carrington, Rhodesian commander General Walls and Andrew Parker-Bowles recall those turbulenttimes.
Producer John Bridcut
Executive producer George Carey
Alice's childhood dreams of her absent father are twisted into a bundle of letters, returned unopened and stamped: Dead
Letter Office. In a last-ditch effort to find herfather, Alice gets a job at the office, where she meets
Frank, and he is curiously moved by her quest. In English and Spanish with subtitles.
Director John Ruane (1998)
+ See Rims: pages 52-61 ***
Comedy drama, the third film in this weekend's Billy Wilder triple bill, starring Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau
Chicago 1929: reporter Hildy Johnson is all set to get married and quit his job. But when a condemned man escapes, his scheming editor will stop at nothing to get him to write just one last story. (Widescreen) (1974) + See Films: pages 52-61 ***
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. EXAM REVISION
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision
English 1: Macbeth LANGUAGES
4.00 Espana Viva ! (parts 1,2) BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Getting Started in Business (parts 1-3) OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 An English Accent 4129368 6.10 ASchoolforOur
Times? 2440981 6.35-7.00am
How We Study Children -making sense of play.
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