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: Children's BBC Breakfast

Ends 9.00.

Bump
The sock-eating creature finds he is too big to help his friends. Repeated at 1.05pm (R)

7.05 Playdays
Learning about water at the Playground Stop. (R)

7.25 Top Cat
TC must recover a piece of jewellery. (R)

7.50 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1 (S) (W)

8.05 Heathcllff and Marmaduke
A triple bill of fun with the tough alley cat and the great dane. (R)

8.35 Jim Henson's Animal Show
A rhinoceros and a gorilla are guests on the puppet chat show. (R)

: School programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Number Adventures (ages 5-7) Measuring Length (S) 5677112 9.15 Hands Up! (ages 5-7) The Fish Who Could Wish - with sign language.
8275976 9.30 Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) The Castaway (S)
9179518 9.45 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Sikhism (S)

: Teletubbies

Ends 10.50.
Harp. The Teletubbies make music after watching a little girl play the harp. (R) (S)

: Tweenies

Walk in the Country
Judy house-sits for a rural friend.
Shown last Tuesday BBC1 (S) (W)

: School programmes

10.50 Numbertime (ages 4-6)
Numbertime 1-10: Number Nine (S) 6916565 11.05 ZigZag (ages 8-10) Tales from Europe: Arthur and the King (S) 1655131 11.20 ZigZag (ages 7-9) Kenya: Out and About (S) 1667976 11.40 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Through the Dragon's Eye: Danger on High (S)
12.00 Moving to English (ages 8+) Queen Alexandra and the Victorian Royal Family (S) 3511518 12.20
KS3 Bitesize Shorts (ages 11-14)-focusing on Key Stage 3 science test papers. (S)

: Working Lunch

Business developments.

: Rupert

Ends 1.10.
Another adventure with the check-trousered bear. (R)

: Bump

Shown at 7am

: The Countryside Hour

Ends 2.10.
Dream Gardens Garden designer Alex Dingwall Main reflects on how water features are used to best effect. (R)
1.40 Langley Country Today
Bob Langley visits the Welsh seaside town of Aberystwyth. SERIES GUIDE: send a cheque for L4, incl P&P. to [address removed].

Contributors

Designer: Alex Dingwall
Unknown: Bob Langley

: Awash with Colour

Dermot Cavanagh stops off in Newry, Down, where he isjoined by another mystery painting guest. First shown in Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: Dermot Cavanagh

: Holiday Snaps

Ideas from Holiday fortravels in Spain and France. (R)

: News; Regional News

(S) Weather

: Budget 2000

David Dimbleby introduces live coverage of the Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown 's
Budget speech, followed by reaction from politicians and experts. Sian Williams hears the views of London's business community, Diana Madill reports from Cornwall, and Peter Snow talks to a cross-section of families in Manchester. See Choice. Producer Gareth Butler
Editor Alexandra Henderson (S)

Contributors

Introduces: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Gordon Brown
Unknown: Sian Williams
Unknown: Diana Madill
Talks: Peter Snow
Producer: Gareth Butler
Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: The Simpsons

Springfield (Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love
Legalised Gambling). Marge is gripped by the gambling feverthat strikes Springfield. With the guest voices of former boxer Gerry Cooney and singer Robert Goulet. (R) (S) A Simpsons double bill is on tomorrow at 6pm

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Cooney
Singer: Robert Goulet.

: Techno Games

Ingeniously designed contraptions show off their sporting prowess in robotic rope-climbing, sprinting, and shot-put events. With Ulrika Jonsson. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Ulrika Jonsson.

: Due South

The Blue Line. Frasergets a shock when he is reunited with a boyhood friend who is now a hockey star. (R) (S)

: The O Zone

Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer tell Jayne Middlemiss about the theme song (performed by the Cardigans' Nina Persson ) from their new BBC1 series Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), and Jamie Theakston meets R 'n' B outfit Destiny's Child. Producer Jo Pilkington ; Executive producer Mark Cooper
Repeated next Sunday (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Vic Reeves
Unknown: Bob Mortimer
Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss
Unknown: Nina Persson
Unknown: Jamie Theakston
Producer: Jo Pilkington
Producer: Mark Cooper

: The Antiques Show

Fiona Bruce looks at the British public's enthusiasm for Art Nouveau, while Tim Wonnacott visits Dublin to find out why Irish silver work is so collectable. American glass craftsman Dale Chihuly oversees the installation of his 800-piece chandelier at London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
Series producer Alison Mansfield (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/antiques

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Bruce
Unknown: Tim Wonnacott
Unknown: Dale Chihuly
Unknown: Albert Museum.
Producer: Alison Mansfield

: Food and Drink

Two Food and Drink viewers spend a culinary weekend in Brussels, Antony Worrall Thompson and Emma Crowhurst serve up a blackened rib of beef with onion marmalade, while Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke sample summer wines.Series producer Geraldine McClelland ; Executive producer
Tim Hincks (S) (W) FURTHER DETAILS: Ceefax p580; Website: www.bbc.co.uk/foodanddrink. E-mail: Food&Drink@Bazal.com.

Contributors

Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson
Unknown: Emma Crowhurst
Unknown: Jilly Goolden
Unknown: Oz Clarke
Producer: Geraldine McClelland
Producer: Tim Hincks

: Ape-Man

Series exploring evolution and the origins of human life. Exodus. The discovery of bones, tools and artefacts at two archaeological sites on Africa's southern coast have helped scientists to calculate that people indistinguishable from the modern human species (homo sapiens) first appeared in Africa about 150,000 years ago. Tonight's programme explains why these early African beach-dwellers left their homeland to colonise other continents.
Series producer PJ Martin; Executive producer John Lynch (S) (W) BBC BOOK: Ape-Man. price £19.99; Website: www.bbc.co.uk/apeman

Contributors

Producer: John Lynch

: Trouble at the Top

Series examining the roller-coaster world of business.
Carry On Caravanning. After working for his family's caravan firm for 30 years, Michael Hold accepts the challenge of reinventing one of the elite models -the Buccaneer - but finds himself up against a tight deadline. See Choice.
Producer Daniel Barry ; Series producer Michele Kurland (S) (W)

Contributors

Producer: Daniel Barry
Producer: Michele Kurland

: Newsnight

News reports plus Budget analysis, with Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines. (S)
Followed by Budget Broadcast By the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.
Unknown: Gordon Brown.

: Blouse and Skirt

Comedians Curtis Walker , Gina Yashere , Felix Dexter and Angie le Mar are among those joining host Tony Morris for a final helping of raucous entertainment. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Curtis Walker
Unknown: Gina Yashere
Unknown: Felix Dexter
Unknown: Angie Le Mar
Unknown: Tony Morris

: Despatch Box

Analysis of this afternoon's Budget, presented by Andrew Neil.

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Neil

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The World Network (S) 29700 1.00 The Passionate Statistician (S) 73648 1.30 Reflecting on Conies (S) Secondary Schools 2.00 Mathematics
Languages 4.00 Make French Your Business (part 1) Working for Local Government 5.00 Customer Care and Self-improvement.
Open University 6.00 Made without Flaw? 54984 6.30 Catalysts against Pollution (S) Ends 7.00am.








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