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: CBBC Breakfast

Ends 9.00.
WEBSITE: [web address removed]

Playdays
Today, the Whybird stop is populated by a profusion of dragons. (R) (S)

7.20 Anthony Ant
Animated tales of an ant and his friends as they embark on a voyage. (R) (S)

7.35 Dastardly and Muttley
Animated antics with the Vulture Squadron. (R) (S)

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

8.25 Chipmunks Go to the Movies
Alvin is made bigger by a magical jukebox. (R) (S)

8.45 Tales of the Tooth Fairies
A double bill of fun with the milk teeth collectors. (R) (S)

: Natural World

The Secret Garden. A look at the unruly wildlife seething under the most respectable of gardens. Narrated by Patricia Routledge. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Patricia Routledge.

: Home Front Tricks

Lloyd Farmar transforms a dull church hall into a room worthy of holding a wedding reception. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Lloyd Farmar

: CBBC

Ends 11.05.

Teletubbies
Po and Tinky Winky play with a trolley. (R)(S)
WEBSITE: [web address removed]

10.30 Tweenies
Max helps the gang make a toybox. (R) (S) (W)
WEBSITE: [web address removed]

10.50 Fireman Sam
Sam helps Sarah and James when strong winds take hold of their kite. (R) (S)

11.00 Angelmouse
Angelmouse has to pass a test. (R) (S)

: History of Wimbledon

The first of four programmes showing on consecutive days this week that look at the 125-year-old championships.
Dare to Dream. Past champions recall their triumphs, from men's singles champion Sydney Wood to Pete Sampras and Martina Navratilova. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Sampras
Unknown: Martina Navratilova.

: Wimbledon 2001

Sue Barker sets the scene at the beginning of Wimbledon fortnight as play commences on the show courts. Reigning men's singles champion Pete Sampras will be starting the defence of his title today on Centre Court. <s) <w) RT Shop: page 42; Pull-out supplement: centre pages

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Sampras

: News; Regional News (Digital:

UK Today) Weather (S) (W)

: CBBC

Ends 5.35.

Tweenies
Milo learns about penguin behaviour. (R) (S) (W)

3.45 Gadget Boy
Spidra travels back in time to prevent the North Pole being discovered. (R) (S)

4.10 50/50
Today's teams are from Glasgow and West Lothian. Hosted by Sally Gray. (S) (W)

4.35 Smart Guy
Yvette determines to win a new car. (R) (S)

5.00 Blue Peter
British escapologist Tom Lyon attempts an against-the-clock escape, and the summer expedition destination is announced. (S) (W)
Repeated tomorrow at 8am
WEBSITE: [web address removed]
BLUE PETER MAGAZINE: a new monthly, available from 27 June, price £1.25

5.25 Newsround
With Lizo Mzimba and Kate Sanderson. (S) (W)

Contributors

Presenter (50/50): Sally Gray
Guest (Blue Peter): Tom Lyon
Presenter (Newsround): Lizo Mzimba
Presenter (Newsround): Kate Sanderson

: Wimbledon 2001

Sue Barker presents further live action from today's opening encounters at the All England Lawn championships. With commentary by John Barrett , Pat Cash , John Lloyd , John McEnroe , John Alexander , Anand Amritraj , Chris Bailey , Mark Cox , Barry Davies , Jo Durie , Peter Fleming ,
Ann Jones , David Mercer , Jana Novotna , Mark Petchey , Simon Reed , Pam Shriver , Bill Threlfall , Virginia Wade , Matt Chilton , Tony Gubba , Harry Gration and Mary Rhodes.
(S) (W) BBC WIMBLEDON MAGAZINE: available now, price £3.95

Contributors

Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Pat Cash
Commentary By: John Lloyd
Commentary By: John McEnroe
Commentary By: John Alexander
Commentary By: Anand Amritraj
Commentary By: Chris Bailey
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Jo Durie
Unknown: Peter Fleming
Unknown: Ann Jones
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Jana Novotna
Unknown: Mark Petchey
Unknown: Simon Reed
Unknown: Pam Shriver
Unknown: Bill Threlfall
Unknown: Virginia Wade
Unknown: Matt Chilton
Unknown: Tony Gubba
Unknown: Harry Gration
Unknown: Mary Rhodes.

: Planet Patio

The third of a six-part series in which Diarmuid Gavin explores the possibilities offered by the humble patio. Lounge Lizards. Gavin creates an outdoor lounge for newlyweds Nat and Jem, who wanted to bring glamour to their mundane patio. His design - using glass brick flooring, underground fibre-optic lighting, cottage planting and exotic plants - incorporates elements of both a living room and a party venue, transforming the dull space into a contemporary and stylish development.
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

: Perfect World

Concluding the seven-part comedy series about an opportunistic marketing executive.
Mutiny. Bob returns from holiday to discover that Vaughan has taken over his office, his job and his position as the marketing director's golden boy.
Written by Mark Chapman and Mark Grant : Director Nick Wood : Producers
Mark Chapman and Lucy Robinson Repeated next Sunday (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By: Mark Chapman
Written By: Mark Grant
Director: Nick Wood
Producers: Mark Chapman
Producers: Lucy Robinson
Bob Slay: Paul Kaye
Maggie: Nina Wadia
Marketing director: Michael Cochrane
Vaughan: Derren Utten
Briony: Dariel Pertwee
Julia: Hannah Storey
Cathy: Kate Charman

: Today at Wimbledon

John Inverdale looks back at the best of the day's tennis action, with reaction from the players who have been making the headlines on the first day of the 115th championships. Plus the latest news and interviews. Producer Jonny Bramley ; Editor Philip Bemie
Repeated tomorrow at 9am (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale
Producer: Jonny Bramley
Editor: Philip Bemie

: Newsnight

Analysis of the day's main national and international news, presented by Kirsty Wark.
Editor Sian Kevill (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/news

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.
Editor: Sian Kevill

: Jazz

The Adventure (part 1). In 1956, as Elvis Presley topped the pop charts and Duke Ellington captivated audiences at the Newport Jazz Festival, innovative artists were emerging to develop new directions in jazz. Pre-eminent among them were saxophonist Sonny Rollins and Miles Davis , the trumpeter whose 1959 album Kind of Blue was to become the bestsellingjazz album of all time.
The second part of this episode is tomorrow at 11.20pm (S)
Followed by 48 Preludes and Fugues (R) (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Elvis Presley
Unknown: Sonny Rollins
Unknown: Miles Davis

: Despatch Box

Highlights and analysis of the day's major political events in Westminster. With Andrew Neil.
Editor Gareth Butler

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil.
Editor: Gareth Butler

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Personal Passions Max Clifford (W)
7548862 12.45 The Battle for Congress (part 2) 2855084 1.30 Dialogue in the Dark
Parenting 2.00 The Pocket Guide to Parenting Plus (part 2) Languages 4.00 The New Get by in French (part 2) Working in the Media 5.00 TV 2 Careers
Open University 6.00 Nathan the Wise 65572 6.30 Max Ernst and the Surrealist Revolution Ends 7.00am. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Max Clifford
Unknown: Max Ernst








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