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: CBBC Holiday Mornings

Ends 11.00.

Little Monsters
Loveable antics with the tiny ones. (R) (S)

7.05 The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Snoopy finds himself acting like a robot. (R) (S)

7.25 Monster Rancher
Genki and the gang are imprisoned by Ebony and the Mocks. (R) (S)

7.50 The Animal Magic Show
Looking at animals that use chemistry to defend themselves. Plus some tricks in the lab.
With Dominic Wood and Billy Nibbles. (S) (W)
Website: [web address removed]

8.05 The Lampies
Spark and Livewire rescue a young boy. (R) (S)

8.15 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza is barred from entering the city of Bhutan. (R) (S)

8.40 The Wild House
Georgina finally tells Granny that she is engaged to Gavin. (R) (S)

9.05 Sweet Valley High
Todd mistakes Jessica for Liz - and kisses her. (R) (S)

9.30 Dennis the Menace
Further capers with the rebellious boy and his hound Gnasher. (R) (S)

9.55 Mona the Vampire
Mona suspects that the town's 's polarity has been altered. (R) (S)

10.10 Casper
More adventures with the friendly ghost. (R) (S)

10.30 Arthur
Muffy has to spend the weekend at Francine's. (R) (S)

Contributors

Presenter ("The Animal Magic Show"): Dominic Wood

: CBeebies

Ends 12.30pm.

Tweenies
Max goes to the Isle of Wight on the lookout for some fairies. (R) (S) (W)

11.20 Teletubbies
Some farm boys talk about their chicks. (R) (S)

11.45 Bob the Builder
The team builds a tennis court. Repeated at 1pm. (R) (S)
BBC Products: BBC Bob The Builder Magazine, price £1.35. Latest issue on sale now.
Bob the Builder: Can we Fix It? CD-Rom, for PC and PlayStation, price £19.99.
Bob the Builder: Fix It Fun!, for Game Boy Colour, price £24.99.

12.00 Playdays
Rosie sends Peggy off to meet a jester. (R) (S)

12.20 The Family Ness
More monster-family adventures. (R) (S)

: Working Lunch

Business updates.

: CBeebies

Ends 1.10 pm.

Bob the Builder
Shown at 11.45am (S)

: Breathing Lessons ***

Drama starring James Garner and Joanne Woodward. As they travel to a friend's funeral,
Maggie and Ira Moran look back on their 29- year marriage. Review page 58.
Director John Erman (1994)

Contributors

Unknown: James Garner
Unknown: Joanne Woodward.
Unknown: Ira Moran
Director: John Erman

: Wildlife on Two

Zebra: the Trailblazers. Exploring how each of Africa's zebras possesses a unique configuration of stripes. Narrated by David Attenborough. (S)

Contributors

Narrator: David Attenborough
Camera Operator: Michael W Richards
Producer: Sara Ford
Executive Producer: Keith Scholey

: News; Regional News

(Digital: BBC London News)
Weather

: Yes, Minister

The Writing on the Wall. Jim's personnekutting measures spell a closer working relationship with Sir Humphrey. With
Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne. Written by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Eddington
Unknown: Nigel Hawthorne.
Written By: Antony Jay
Written By: Jonathan Lynn

: Olympic Grandstand

Live coverage of Great Britain's best medal hope,
Alex Coomber , in the women's skeleton. Coomber dominates the event around the world, having won the last three
World Cup crowns, winning 70 per cent of her races in the process. Kristan Bromley is also expected to do well in the men's event. He has been among the world's top sliders for the past five years but did not finish higher than sixth in any event in the last World Cup season.
In the women's slalom skiing from the Deer Valley resort, Germany's Hilde Gerg is out to defend her title, having recovered from an accident in training two years ago. Coverage of the second run begins at 8pm.
It's semi-final day in the curling, plus highlights of yesterday's women's two-man bob final, which featured two British crews, the ladies short programme in the figure skating, and the women's ice hockey semi-finals.
Introduced by Steve Rider and Sue Barker , with Martin
Bell, Jayne Torvill and Emma Stewart. Commentary is from Graham Bell , Paul Dickenson , Matt Chilton , Dougie Donnelly , Kirsty Hay. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/winterolympics

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Coomber
Unknown: Hilde Gerg
Introduced By: Steve Rider
Introduced By: Sue Barker
Unknown: Jayne Torvill
Unknown: Emma Stewart.
Unknown: Graham Bell
Unknown: Paul Dickenson
Unknown: Matt Chilton
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: Kirsty Hay.

: The Life Laundry

Series in which home consultant Dawna Walter and clearance specialist Mark Franks help people to streamline their lives. Ann McSweeney lives in Docklands, east London, with her five-year-old son Oliver. Despite its size, McSweeney is finding it hard to cope with the lack of space in her three-bedroom home. Clutter has built up to the point where it is taking over and her bedroom is so bad that she has resorted to sleeping on the sofa. With the contents of the three worst rooms spread on the lawn, tough decisions have to betaken as to what fate will befall discarded items: car-boot sale, charity donation, or crusher.
Series producer Susie Worster ; Series editor Daisy Goodwin RT SHOP OFFER: The Life Laundry: How to De-junk Your Life, price £7.99 (incl. p&p). Send a cheque, payable to RT Shop, to [address removed] or call hotline: [number removed] (national rate).

Contributors

Unknown: Dawna Walter
Unknown: Mark Franks
Unknown: Ann McSweeney
Producer: Susie Worster
Editor: Daisy Goodwin

: Liam

Drama set in Liverpool during the thirties. Tom Sullivan's family is suffering as the shipyards close and the economic depression deepens. Against a backdrop of riots and anti-Semitic demonstrations, Tom's seven-year-old son Liam prepares for his first confession. Review page 58. (2000, 15)

Contributors

Director: Stephen Frears
Dad Tom Sullivan: Ian Hart
Mam Sullivan: Claire Hackett
Mrs Abernathy: Anne Reid
Liam Sullivan: Anthony Borrows
Teresa Sullivan: Megan Burns
Con Sullivan: David Hart
Father Ryan: Russell Dixon
Auntie Aggie: Julia Deakin

: Newsnight

Presented by Allan Little.

Contributors

Presented By: Allan Little.

: Olympic Grandstand

It's down to the last four in the men's and the women's curling, but have either of the British teams made it through? Four years ago the men finished in seventh while the women made it to the final four before being edged out 6-5 by Canada. The Canadians are expected to be the team to beat in both events, but are they still in the competition?
Introduced by Clare Balding and Steve Cram.

Contributors

Introduced By: Clare Balding
Unknown: Steve Cram.

: The Phil Silvers Show: Bilko the Butler

Seeking to meet a wealthy family through the USO, Bilko accepts a dinner invitation, but ends up eating with the servants. (BW)

: BBC Learning Zone

(Repeats are not indicated)
Open University
12.30 Moral Panics
The Agony and the Ecstasy: The real story behind British youth culture.
1.00 France in the Viewfinder
1.30 Forecasting the Economy National Test Revision
2.00 Key Stage Three Bitesize Revision
4.00 Italy Inside Out
Lecce and Sicily - a guide to the southern province, and living in the shadow of a volcano. Working in Education
5.00 Classroom Management
Open University
6.00 Siena Cathedral
Looking at the construction of the great Italian ecclesiastical building.
6.50 Ever Wondered?
The history of the Venice Carnival.

Contributors

Relevant programme page for Key Stage Three Bitesize Revision, featuring clips: null http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0078q30








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