Oscar's Orchestra: Greensleeves
The muted instruments travel back to the time of King Henry VIII and play in a concert at Hampton Court. (S)
7.25 Monster Rancher
Genki and his friends try to rescue Holly from the floating castle. (R) (S)
7.45 Blue Peter
The story of the abdication crisis. With sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S)
8.15 Doctor Otter: Dunston's Spring Clean
Dunston injures himself while cleaning his home.
Repeated at 1pm (S)
8.25 Oakie Doke
Model animation capers with the arboreal Mr Fixit from Oakie Hollow. (R) (S)
8.35 64 Zoo Lane
Animal animation. After Herbert the warthog's home is flooded, Esmeralda the snake invites him to take up residence with her. (R) (S)
8.45 Fireman Sam: Bentley the Robot
The latest invention created by Sam is a perfectly behaved robot - until it meets Norman Price. (R) (S)
In a double bill, Laa-Laa is without any tubby toast, and the quartet watch children build a jigsaw puzzle. (R) (S)
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Peggy Patch and her friend explore a Japanese garden in Dorset. (R) (S)
10.10 Tweenies: Handyman Clock / Country Road
Milo tries to mend Max's clock, and then the inquisitive gang learn about nature's winter offerings. (R) (S)
Repeats are not indicated.
10 50 Megamaths (ages 7-9)
Measure - Holidays
11.10 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Zzaap and the Word Master -the Castle of Gloom Written by Berlie Doherty 2374113 11.30 Science Zone (ages 9-11) The
Earth and beyond - Sun Seeker 4592259 11.50 Landmarks(ages 9-12) Portrait of Europe -Arctic Sweden [number removed].10 Zig Zag (ages 7-9) Invaders - the Romans
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Live coverage of the first of the quarter-final clashes from
Wembley Conference Centre. Matches are played over the best of 11 frames, with the winners guaranteed at least f 47,500 in prize money. At this stage last year and on his way to only his second major career title, Paul Hunter defeated Peter Ebdon 6-3 to book his place in the final four along with Stephen Hendry , Fergal O'Brien and Dave Harold.
Zeinab Badawi unveils the latest from the corridors of power.
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More live action from Wembley Conference Centre of today's first quarter-final. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Steve Davis and John Parrott.
More acerbic put-downs in the American version of the elimination quiz.
Quarter-final action continues from Wembley Conference Centre. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott. Commentary from Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor ,
Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
Millvina and the Titanic Tourists
Ninety years ago, Miilvina Dean from Hampshire was a baby on board the Titanic. She talks about the experience of being a celebrity survivor and how the memory of the wreck should be respected. Producer Helen Kent
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Edge. An insight into the I ife-saving work carried out by specialist doctors in London who battle against the odds to help people admitted to advanced-emergency departments.
Producer Barney Snow; Editor
New Zealand. The current series ends with Mears visiting a country branded as a paradise for lovers of the outdoors
- but one that can take the unprepared by surprise with its fast-changing weather. He meets those who have faced death on the islands' mountains, and speaks to a former deer culler and members of the Maori communities as they offer insights into their own survival techniques.
Director Martin Pailthorpe ; Series producer Dick Colthurst
Death of the Iceman. In September 1991, two hikers made a stunning discovery in the Alps - the frozen body of a Stone Age man dating from 5,300 years ago. It was the oldest ice mummy ever found and Oetzi, as the discovery was called, became the focus of a scientific murder-mystery story. This film follows scientific investigators as they use the latest forensic evidence to piece together what might have happened all those thousands of years ago - was Oetzi fleeing the attackers who finally killed him? Producers Sue Learoyd and Nathan Williams
Executive editor John Lynch A Stone Age murder mystery: page 11
The Day Family. In the final film of this series - part of the Gene Stories strand - Huntington's Disease forms the focus as cameras follow the Day family. Mother Sylvia and son Brian have already been diagnosed with the degenerative condition that attacks the brain and the central nervous system. But younger son [text removed] awaits the results of a test that will reveal whether he has also inherited this deadly legacy. Narrated by John Hannah.
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Highlights from the tournament's two semi-finals, played out in the heat of the Malian capital of Bamako earlier today.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
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Open Science 12.30 Learning to Love the Grey
1.00 Final Frontier 6517885 1.35 Hollywood Science Shanghai Noon 1105663 1.45 Lab Detectives
1125427 2.00 Edison - the Invention of Invention
2.50 What Have the Seventies Ever Done for Us?
3.00 Seeing through Maths TakingOff
Curriculum Development 3.30 Explicit Leaming Plus: Letting Pupils Know - the effects of formative assessment. Languages 4.00 Europuzzle: Germany and Spain Working in Education 5.00 Teaching Number Open University 6.00 Brief Encounter
6.30 Athens -Democracy for the Few