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: CBBC Breakfast

Ends 9.00.

Playdays
Today, the gang narrate the story Lost and Found by Clive Duncan. (R) (S)

7.20 Anthony Ant
Animated tales of an ant and his friends. Today Arnold discovers a rare find and can't wait to show the Queen. (R) (S)

7.35 Smurfs' Adventures
Animated adventures with the little blue people. (R) (S)

8.00 Insides Out
Game show. Shown last Friday on BBC1 (S)

8.25 Chipmunks Go to the Movies
Alvin is transformed into a super-robotic cop. (R) (S)

8.45 William's Wish Wellingtons
Animation about a young boy with a pair of magical boots.
Repeated at 1pm (R) (S)

Contributors

Story By ("Playdays"): Clive Duncan

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Storytime (ages 4-5) The King with Dirty Feet (S) 7393418
9.15 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 6-7) Long Vowel Spelling: the Big Wide-Mouthed Frog (S) 8083302
9.30 Magic Key (ages 5-6) Fabulous Fancy Foods (S) 4979789
9.45 Dynamo (early years) Pushing, Pulling and Wind (S)

: CBBC

Ends 10.50.

Teletubbies

The Teletubbies sing a lovely song together. (R) (S)

10.30 Tweenies
Milo bumps into Judy. (R) (S) (W)

: Schools programmes

10.50 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Eggs (S) 3786627
11.05 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Judaism: the Family (S)
11.20 Primary Preview (S) 9449708
11.50 Music Makers (ages 7-9) Composition: Playing with Voices (S) 4059499
12.10 Music Makers (ages 7-9) Composition: Fantastic Animals (S)

: Working Lunch

Consumer and financial news, presented by Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Presented By: Adrian Chiles
Presented By: Adam Shaw.

: CBBC

Ends 1.15

William's Wish Wellingtons
Shown at 8.45am (S)

1.10 Pingu
The little penguin goes cross-country skiing. (R)

: Wildlife on Two

Rainbow Warriors. A look at the colourful world of chameleons.
Narrated by David Attenborough. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough.

: Suspicion

Suspense thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine.

When shy Una McLaidlaw marries handsome man-about-town Johnnie Aysgarth, she begins to fear that her charming husband is not all that he seems.
Review page 55. (1941, U) (BW) (S) ****

Contributors

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Johnnie Aysgarth: Cary Grant
Una McLaidlaw: Joan Fontaine

: News; Regional News

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

: Esther

Topical studio debate, hosted by Esther Rantzen.
Editor Dominique vulliamy (S) (W)

: Ready Steady Cook

Culinary challenge, with Ainsley Harriott. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Ainsley Harriott.

: Weakest Link

First of the week's editions of the ruthless elimination quiz, presented by Anne Robinson. (R) (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/weakestlink

Contributors

Presented By: Anne Robinson.

: The Simpsons: Burns, Baby, Burns

With Homer's help, Mr Burns 's long-lost son stages his own kidnapping. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Burns

: The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Save the Last Trance for Me. Put into a trance by a stage hypnotist, Will behaves like a four-year-old. (S)
6.45 To Thine Own Self Be Blue. A dream job for Will working with a friend of Philip's turns into a nightmare. (S)

: Stingray

The Invaders. Troy Tempest is tricked into betraying
Marineville's secrets to a subterranean race. (R) is)

: The Money Programme

Stealing Your Name. It's the fastest-growing white-collar crime: fraudsters assuming innocent people's identities in order to raise credit and empty their victim's accounts. John Penycate investigates why this crime is increasing so rapidly, and talks to victims, enforcers and defrauders. Producer Mark Gregory ; Executive producer Clive Edwards (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/moneyprogramme

Contributors

Unknown: John Penycate
Producer: Mark Gregory
Producer: Clive Edwards

: To the Manor Born

Continuing the rerun of the classic situation comedy. Richard hopes a gift will win over Audrey's goodwill.
For regular cast see tomorrow at 7.30pm (R) (S)

: Planet Patio

The second of a new six-part series in which Diarmuid Gavin offers advice on making the most of the humble patio.
Edible Eden. Tonight, Gavin constructs a wholly organic patio, where fruit and flowers help create a classically beautiful area designed for healthy living, complete with pergola, and a large photinia tree as the focal point.
Series producer Andy Francis ; Executive producer Rachel Innes-Lumsden
(S) (W) RT SHOP: book available for £12.99. including p&p. To order, send a cheque, payable to RT Shop. to: [address removed], or call the hotline on [number removed] (national rate)

Contributors

Unknown: Diarmuid Gavin
Producer: Andy Francis
Producer: Rachel Innes-Lumsden

: Comedy Night

Ends 10.30.
Harry Enfield's Television Programme More caricatures from Harry Enfield, Kathy Burke et al. Last in the series.
Director John Birkin ; Producers Mary Bell and Geoffrey Perkins (R) (S) (W)
9.30 Perfect World Graduates. Maggie believes Bob is the best person to give a careers talk to boost graduate recruitment.
Written by Mark Chapman and Mark Grant ; Director Nick Wood ; Producers
Mark Chapman and Lucy Robinson Repeated next Sunday (S) (W)
10.00 Room 101 Mo Mowlam 's pet hates, as offered for disposal to Paul Merton , include lawyers and her old wig.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Richard Wilson (R) (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Kathy Burke
Director: John Birkin
Director: Geoffrey Perkins
Written By: Mark Chapman
Written By: Mark Grant
Director: Nick Wood
Producers: Mark Chapman
Producers: Lucy Robinson
Unknown: Mo Mowlam
Unknown: Paul Merton
Director: Geraldine Dowd
Producer: Richard Wilson
Bob Slay: Paul Kaye
Maggie: Nina Wadia
Marketing director: Michael Cochrane
Vaughan: Derren Utten
Julia: Hannah Storey
Vemon: Moray Watson
Jean Powell: Leda Hodgson
Lucien RobinsorvSrnythe: Robin Pearce

: Newsnight

Analysis of the day's news, presented by Jeremy Paxman. Editor Sian Kevill (S) (W)

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.
Editor: Sian Kevill

: Jazz: Swing - the Velocity of Celebration

Part six of Ken Burns's 12-part series on the history of jazz is the first of four episodes this week. As the Depression deepens jazz thrives. Benny Goodman holds the first ever jazz concert at Carnegie Hall, Ella Fitzgerald emerges as the first lady of jazz, and Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young attain national recognition.
Continues tomorrow at 11.20pm (S)
Followed by 48 Preludes and Fugues (R) (S) (W)

Contributors

Director: Ken Burns

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Yes, We Never Say No (S) 44451 1.00
Management in Chinese Cultures (S) 45797 1.30 Slaves and Noble Savages - the life of an 18th-century African slave. (S) Secondary Schools 2.00 Maths File Art and Design (S) Languages 4.00 Discovering Portuguese (parts 1-2); Portuguese Discovered - work opportunities.
Working in the Community 5.00 TV 8 Reaching People Open University 6.00 Dialogue in the Dark (S) 78906 6.30 Rim Montage The Projection of Modernity Ends 7.00am. (S)








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