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: Breakfast

Presented by Sophie Raworth from Buckingham Palace, with special coverage of the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations. Continued from BBC1.


Presented By: Sophie Raworth


Ends 12.15pm.

Yvon of the Yukon
Harland stays with Yvon after being kicked out of Big Mary's.

9 25 Arthur
Who wrote "Binky Rules" on the school walls?

9.50 UBOS
Zarlack has an evil plan to steal all of Earth's plants and flowers.

10.10 Mona the Vampire
The gang discover the ghost of a man wrongly accused of theft and reopen the century-old case.

10.25 Bring It On
Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood take to the catwalk at Scotland's leading fashion show.

10.50 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza learns about tolerance when cousin Tyler pays a visit.

11.15 Blue Peter Jubilee Party
Highlights of yesterday's Jubilee party, featuring performances from Gareth Gates, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and S Club Juniors.
Plus Konnie Huq gets to test-drive a Bentley and delivers the Queen's new car.
Free Blue Peter magazine: page 36


Presenter (Bring It On): Richard McCourt
Presenter (Bring It On): Dominic Wood
Singer (Blue Peter Jubilee Party): Gareth Gates
Singer (Blue Peter Jubilee Party): Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Group (Blue Peter Jubilee Party): S Club Juniors
Presenter (Blue Peter Jubilee Party): Konnie Huq

: Match of the Day

Live: World Cup
South Korea v Poland
Co-hosts South Korea begin their Group D campaign (kickoff 12.30pm). The Koreans have Asia's best qualifying record in the World Cup. This is their sixth appearance in the finals, although they have yet to win a single game at the ultimate stage. They face opponents who have traditionally struggled away from Europe. Introduced by Ray Stubbs, with Mark Lawrenson and Peter Reid. Highlights on BBC1 at 7pm.


Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Mark Lawrenson
Unknown: Peter Reid

: Black Beauty

Children's drama, based on Anna Sewell 's classic novel, starring Mark Lester. The horse Black Beauty is looked after by Joe Evans , but the two are parted when the farm is taken over. Review page 59.
Director James Hill (1971. PG)


Unknown: Anna Sewell
Unknown: Mark Lester
Unknown: Joe Evans
Director: James Hill

: Star Trek: the Motion Picture ***

Sci-fi adventure based on the cult TV series. When an unknown force heads for
Earth, the Enterprise sets out to confront the alien menace. Widescreen. Review page 59.
Director Robert Wise (1979, U)
Star Trek: Voyager is at 6.45pm


Director: Robert Wise
Captain James T Kirk: William Shatner
MrSpock: Leonard Nimoy
DrBonesMcCoy: Deforest Kelley
Cmdr Willard Decker: Stephen Collins
Ilia: Persis Khambatta
Scotty: James Doohan
Sulu: George Takei
Uhura: Nichelle Nichols
Chekov: Walter Koenig


With the Bluebells, Paul McCartney , Deep Purple, China
Crisis and the Kinks. Plus Paul Rodgers performing a medley of Free and Bad Company hits. With Steve Wright. Producer Mark Hagen More tomorrow at 6.20pm


Unknown: Paul McCartney
Unknown: Paul Rodgers
Unknown: Steve Wright.
Producer: Mark Hagen

: Star Trek: Voyager

Human Error. Seven of Nine is dangerously distracted when her navigation skills are most in need. Star Trek: the Next Generation is tomorrow at 6.45pm

: Your Money or Your Life

Gambling on the Future. Alex Mavroidakis dresses well and conveys an image of affluent ease. But he lives with his mother and is L24,500 in debt. Can Alvin Hall help the 25-year-old reduce the gap between dreams and reality?
Series producer Robert McKenzie ; Series editor Daisy Goodwin PARTICIPATION: to apply to appear on the show. write to [address removed]; Website: www.bbc.co.uk/yourmoney: Ceefax: page


Unknown: Alex Mavroidakis
Unknown: Alvin Hall
Producer: Robert McKenzie
Editor: Daisy Goodwin
Unknown: Alvin Hall

: Rough Science

Sun and Sea. Using natural power sources and the most basic of materials, Kate Humble and the team have just three days to build an underwater light to examine the marine life around their island base. With Mike Bullivant , Jonathan Hare , Mike Leahy , Ellen McCallie and KathySykes. Series producer Steve Evanson FURTHER INFORMATION: for a free booklet call [number removed] (national rate): visit the website at www.0pen2.net: or see Ceefax: page


Unknown: Kate Humble
Unknown: Mike Bullivant
Unknown: Jonathan Hare
Unknown: Mike Leahy
Unknown: Ellen McCallie
Producer: Steve Evanson

: The Best

Summer soup and fresh tuna dishes are the subjects of this week's gastronomic showdown. Competing to create delicious but different approaches to identical ingredients are chefs Paul Merrett, Silvana Franco and Ben O'Donoghue.

Website: [web address removed]
Thai-style hot and sour soup: page 40


Unknown: Paul Merrett
Unknown: Silvana Franco
Unknown: Ben O'Donoghue
Series Producer: Sue Walton
Executive Producer: Janice Gabriel

: A History of Britain by Simon Schama

Victoria and Her Sisters. In the second of four episodes, Simon Schama looks back to the Victorian era as he explores the marital, electoral, medical and educational contribution made by women to huge social change.
Director Martina Hall ; Executive producer Martin Davidson WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: monthly, L3.25


Unknown: Simon Schama
Director: Martina Hall
Producer: Martin Davidson

: The Falklands Play

The first terrestrial broadcast of a play notoriously withdrawn by the BBC before it went into production 15 years ago. It explores the inside story of how the Thatcher government went to war in 1982 to regain the Falklands.
Written by Ian Curteis
Producer Jeremy Howe ; Director Michael Samuels


Written By: Ian Curteis
Producer: Jeremy Howe
Director: Michael Samuels
Margaret Thatcher: Patricia Hodge
Lord Carrington: James Fox
William Whitelaw: John Standing
Nicholas Ridley: Michael Cochrane
Francis Pym: Jeremy Child
Richard Luce: Jonathan Coy
John Nott: Clive Merrison
Robert Armstrong: Rupert Vansittart
Gen Alexander Haig: Colin Stinton
Sir Nicholas Henderson: Jeremy Clyde
President Reagan: Bob Sherman
Tom Enders: Richard Luce
Sir Michael Havers: Peter Blythe
Sir Anthony Parsons: Robert Hardy
Adml Lewin: John Woodvine
Adml Fieldhouse: Tom Chadbon
Michael Foot: Patrick Godfrey
Adml Leach: Shaughan Seymour

: Storyville: the Jazzman from the Gulag

Born in Berlin, Jewish jazz trumpeter Eddie Rosner fled persecution by the Nazis and went to the Soviet Union, where Stalin feted him before banishing him to the Gulag. Tonight, the documentary showcase profiles the musician dubbed the "White Armstrong" by Louis Armstrong himself. Director Pierre-Henry Salfati : Series editor Nick Fraser Storyville: Gods of Brazil is on Thursday at 11.20pm


Unknown: Eddie Rosner
Unknown: Louis Armstrong
Director: Pierre-Henry Salfati
Editor: Nick Fraser

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Modernist Primitivism: Gauguin and Pont-Aven 92389 1.00 Controlling Carnival Crowds? 7632018 1.50 Ever Wondered?
Secondary Schools 2.00 The Birth of Horror
Languages 4.00 Japanese Language and People (parts 5-6) Working In Travel and Tourism 5.00 Building a Business Open University 6.00 Evaluating Preschool Education
6.30 Statistical Sciences

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