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: CBBC Breakfast

Ends 9.00.

Playdays
Dave and his friends test their driving skills at the Playground stop. Plus a visit to the London Transport Museum. (R) (S)

7.20 Pocket Dragon Adventures
More castle-based antics. Philbert climbs a mountain. (R) (S)

7.35 Snorks
More ocean-floor adventures. (R) (S)

8.00 Blue Peter
Top chef Raymond Blanc demonstrates his culinary skills. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S) (W)

8.25 Moomin
Moomin Papa recalls how he met the maiden who later became his wife. (R) (S)

8.45 64 Zoo Lane
Molly has to wait a long time for her nephew Eddie to arrive - unfortunately for her, he's off on an adventure. (S)

Contributors

Chef/guest (Blue Peter): Raymond Blanc

: School programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Hands Up! (ages 3-6)
My Home -with sign language. 6377517 9.15 Hands Up! (ages 4-5) Storytime: Frog in Winter-with sign language. 8134642 9.25 Hotch Potch House (ages 3-5) Just the Same (S) 6370604 9.45 Dynamo (early years) Science:
Exercises and Senses (S)

: CBBC

Ends 10.50.

Teletubbies
A black-and-white cloud appears in Teletubbyland, while Dipsy is given a present. (R) (S)

10.30 Tweenies
Jake, Milo and Bella have fun playing with some cardboard boxes that Max has left behind in the garden. (R) (S) (W)
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: School programmes

10.50 ZigZag Shorts (ages 7-9) France: Brittany (S)
11.00 Watch (ages 5-7) The Songcatcher: Picnic Time (S)
5683420 11.15 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less: Two More (S) 5606371 11.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Captain Crimson:
Guzzle Trouble (S) 9877642 11.50 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Britain since 1930: Evacuation (S)
12.10 Landmarks (ages 9-12)
Pakistan and Its People (S)

: Working Lunch

Business, financial and consumer news.

: World Snooker

Two-table world-championship coverage from Sheffield continues with highlights of this morning's quarter-final play. Matches are settled over the best of 25 frames. With
Matt Smith. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Matt Smith.

: Westminster Live

The latest news coming out of Parliament, presented by Diana Madill. (S) CONTACT DETAILS: fax [number removed] ore-mailwestminster@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Presented By: Diana Madill.

: News; Regional News

(Digital:
UK Today) Weather (S)(W)

: World Snooker

Further quarter-final coverage from Sheffield. This stage last year saw eventual winner Mark Williams ease into the semis with a comfortable 13-5 win over Fergal O'Brien while fellow finalist Matthew Stevens ended Jimmy "Whirlwind" White's ongoing search for that elusive first world title with a 13-7 victory, Introduced by Dougie Donnelly. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Williams
Unknown: Fergal O'Brien
Unknown: Matthew Stevens
Introduced By: Dougie Donnelly.

: Stingray

Another double bill of digitally remastered episodes from
Gerry Anderson 's fifties subaqua science-fiction series.
Treasure Down Below. The crew of Stingray embark on a perilous adventure when an old map reveals the location of some hidden treasure. (R) (S)
6.25 The Big Gun. The formidable firepower of an unknown undersea race leads Troy Tempest to steer
Stingray to dangerous depths. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Anderson

: World Snooker

The opening frames from the Crucible theatre in Sheffield of this evening's quarter-final action at the world championship. Introduced by Matt Smith , with commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo ,
Willie Thorne and Steve Davis. (S) (W)

Contributors

Introduced By: Matt Smith
Commentary By: Clive Everton
Commentary By: Ray Edmonds
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor
Commentary By: John Virgo
Commentary By: Willie Thorne
Commentary By: Steve Davis.

: Masterchef

The East. This week's regional round asks
Elizabeth Boyd-Ratcliff , a beauty consultant from Essex, Norfolk businessman Max Kent and David Swallow , a concept-development technologist from Lincolnshire, to prepare a main course of white fish, followed by a cheesecake dessert. To judge this week's culinary offerings, presenter Gary Rhodes is joined by Sam Clifford , formerly the personal chef of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Series producer Melanie Jappy : Executive producer Richard Bryan (S) (W)WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/masterchef
BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: available monthly, price E2.20
Contestant Elizabeth Boyd-RatclifTs spiced apple cheesecake, plus a Sabatier knife-set offer: page 22

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Boyd-Ratcliff
Unknown: Max Kent
Unknown: David Swallow
Presenter: Gary Rhodes
Unknown: Sam Clifford
Unknown: Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Producer: Melanie Jappy
Producer: Richard Bryan
Unknown: Elizabeth Boyd-Ratclifts

: World Snooker

Further coverage from the Crucible of the evening's quarter-final action, where the difference between winning and losing is £36,500. (S) (W)

: Newsnight

Analysis of the day's major news stories at home and abroad. Presented by Jeremy Paxman. (s) (w)

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Ad Factor

The second of three films this week about advertising.
Guinness - the Creative. Following the team at Hal Henry as it goes through the process of putting together a campaign for Guinness, to be shown in Ireland, based around the Gaelic sport of hurling. Armed with only a substantial amount of product research and inquisitive minds, the team has to come up with a plan that the client will agree to back. See Monday's Choice. (5) <w) The final episode is tomorrow at 11.20pm
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Followed by Turning Points Tim Smit recalls the moment when he decided to embark on the Eden Project. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Hal Henry
Unknown: Tim Smit

: Despatch Box

Political news, presented by Michael Dobbs.

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Dobbs.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Information Society -the example set by the Britannia Building Society's new customer-information system. (S) 79005 1.00 Blue Haven -can mathematical models help to decide whether the blue whale will survive, or is it already too late for the species? (S) 72395 1.30 Computers in Conversation - how the convergence of computers and telephones might change the way people communicate. (S)
Secondary Schools 2.00 Geography: Australia 2000 - an exploration of this country of dramatic contrasts, including a look at how the Olympic Games affected Sydney. (S)
Languages 4.00 The French Experience 2 (parts 9-10)/The
Geography Programme: France 2000/French on a Plate
Languages for Work 5.00 Make German Your Business (part 2)-the intermediate-level German programme.
Open University 6.00 Velocity Diagrams-how diagrams showing a component's speed can help to solve engineering problems. (S) 96260 6.30 Inspection by Torchlight -exploring the nature of colour and light by examining a painting from the Victoria and Albert museum. Ends 7.00am. (S)








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