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: CBBC: Tweenies Omnibus

Bella is reminded that winter is coming. (S) (W)

: CBBC: Pocket Dragon Adventures

Sir Kenneth enters a competition for knights. (R) (S)

: CBBC: The Lampies

Animation. The Lampies continue their struggle against the Roons. (S)

: CBBC: Flint the Time Detective

Ancient Greece: a Time Shifter is recruited by an Olympic athlete. (S)

: CBBC: Bruno the Kid

Animated series about a computer genius and his super-spy alter ego. (R) (S)

: CBBC: Rugrats

Double bill of animated adventures. (R) (S)

: CBBC: Hollywood 7

Dean the manager is sacked by the record company. Shown last Thursday BBC1 (S) (W)

: CBBC: S Club Search

The Juniors start training in London. (S) (W)

: CBBC: Mona the Vampire

Pawprints convince Mona that the principal is a werewolf. (R) (S)

: CBBC: The Cramp Twins

The boys get jobs as guides for the town's annual Soap Day. (S)

: CBBC: Kenan and Kel

The pair look back over their friendship. (S)

: CBBC: So Little Time

After leaving home, Manuelo finds employment as a chef. (R) (S)

: CBBC: Student Bodies

Adventures with the US teenagers. (R) (S)

: Rex the Runt

Wendy's New Hairdo. Wendy is nominated for a Nobel Prize. Shown last Sunday (S) (W)

: Robot Wars Extreme

The army, navy or the RAF: who rules the robot roost?
Shown last Friday (S) (W)

: Roswell High

To Serve and Protect. The FBI has some questions about
Max and Isabel. (S) (W)

: Metropol

The political-analysis programme forthe capital.
Presented by Jon Craig. E-MAIL: metropol@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Presented By: Jon Craig.

: South on Sunday

Weekly look at politics in the South and South
East, with Bruce Parker. REGIONAL PROGRAMMES

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Parker.

: SundayGrandstand

Presented by Steve Rider.
1.30, 2.00, 2.35 Racing Live from Aintree, coverage of national-hunt races at 1.35, 2.05 and
2.40, introduced by Clare Balding. Commentary is by Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman , Peter Scudamore and Angus Loughran.
1.45 Rugby Union and Rally of Great Britain A look at the build-up to this afternoon's Wales v
Australia match, plus news from the finish of this year's rally, the decider in the world-title race.
2.15,2.50 Rugby Union Wales v Australia Live coverage from the Millennium stadium in Cardiff (kickoff 3pm) as Wales try to defeat the world champions for the first time on home soil in 20 years. Commentators are
Eddie Butler , Jonathan Davies. Barbarians v Australia - Wednesday 7.05pm
4.50 Rugby League Highlights from the final of three Ashes
Tests between Great Britain and world champions Australia. Ray French commentates.
Editor Michael Cole (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport

Contributors

Presented By: Steve Rider.
Introduced By: Clare Balding.
Unknown: Jim McGrath
Unknown: Richard Pitman
Unknown: Peter Scudamore
Unknown: Angus Loughran.
Unknown: Eddie Butler
Unknown: Jonathan Davies.
Editor: Michael Cole

: Wild

Continuing the natural-history strand. Ends 7.00.
Series producer Simon Nash : Editor Fiona Pitcher www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Kenya's Hidden Crabs Braving mud and mangrove swamps along the coasts of Kenya, Wild Africa cameraman Gavin Thurston captures tree-climbing crabs on film. Director Marguerite Smits Van Oyen; Producers
Wendy Darke and Simon Nash (S) (W) Wild Africa is on Wednesday at 9pm
5.40 Nick Baker 's Penguins In the fourth of five programmes that focus on animals in their natural habitats, Baker spends a night with a colony of Adelie penguins on Antarctica and takes the plunge in the freezing waters with leopard seals. Producer Dale Tempiar : Series producer Fiona Pitcher (S) (W)
6.10 Natural World Treasure Islands. The Channel Islands provide a haven not only to millionaires but also to a wide variety of exotic creatures. John Nettles narrates this film about the seahorses, basking sharks, puffins, tropical white egrets and other spectacular varieties of wild animals that make these islands their home.
Producer Andrew Cooper ; Series editor Michael Gunton (S) (W)

Contributors

Producer: Simon Nash
Editor: Fiona Pitcher
Unknown: Gavin Thurston
Producers: Wendy Darke
Producers: Simon Nash
Unknown: Nick Baker
Producer: Dale Tempiar
Unknown: John Nettles
Producer: Andrew Cooper
Editor: Michael Gunton

: The Likely Lads: The Suitor

Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais.
From the first series of the classic comedy comes The Suitor, an episode originally screened on 20 January 1965. Starring James Bolam and Rodney Bewes.
(BW) (R) (S)

Contributors

Writer/Producer: Dick Clement
Writer: Ian La Frenais
Terry: James Bolam
Bob: Rodney Bewes

: Guinness: the Final Judgement

A Money Programme film that, in the lead up to the Appeal Court trial for the "Guinness Four", investigates why the case against Ernest Saunders , Gerald Ronson , and their co-conspirators for rigging the Guinness share price has dragged on for a decade and has been dogged by such controversy. Producer David Strahan : Series editor Clive Edwards (S) (W) 3

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest Saunders
Unknown: Gerald Ronson
Producer: David Strahan
Editor: Clive Edwards

: Bridge

Three-part series by Lucy Blakstad that explores the emotional impact of bridges on surrounding communities. Brooklyn Bridge, New York. From a musician to a reformed drug addict, people who live on both the Brooklyn and Manhattan sides of the bridge relate what it represents to them: hope for the future, an escape from stress and the promise of a new life in a new country. (S) (w) The new resonance of Lucy Blakstad 's series: page 12

Contributors

Unknown: Lucy Blakstad
Unknown: Lucy Blakstad

: Police 2001

Nearly 20 years on from his series Police, criminologist and film-maker Roger Graef pays a return visit to Thames Valley Police to see how the service has evolved against the backdrop of social change. New problems have emerged over the years but, as this documentary shows, the service has responded with initiatives of its own to tackle them.
Executive producer Alex Holmes (S) TV that changed the world: page 50

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Graef
Producer: Alex Holmes

: Have I Got News for You

The satirical news quiz presented by Angus Deayton , with regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Shown last Friday on BBC1 (S) (W)

Contributors

Presented By: Angus Deayton
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Paul Merton.

: Gimme Gimme Gimme: Secrets and Flies

A surprise visitor from Linda's past plunges the flat into chaos, while Suze goes into labour.

(Shown last Friday on BBC1)
(S) (W)

: Rex the Runt: Wayne the Zebra

A zebra, voiced by Bobby Ball is cast to play the Beast of Crannock Moor.
Repeated next Sunday (S) (W)

Contributors

Wayne: Bobby Ball
Director: Dan Capozzi
Producer: Jacqueline White

: Later ... with Jools Holland

Guests include Bjork and the Charlatans, shown last Friday (S) (W

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Secondary Schools 2.00 AS Guru General Studies 2 Languages 4.00 Working with the French; Working with the Germans - understanding different approaches to business. Working for Local Government 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 The Cutting Edge of Progress (S)
6.30 Plus Ca Change








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