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Ends 9.00.

The Lampies
Livewire meets Lampy and goes bicycling.

7.10 Arthur
Mum and Dad have a fight over spilt milk and DW makes a birthday wish.

7.35 Rugrats
The babies are excited as Valentine's Day approaches.

8.00 The Really Wild Show
Series featuring weird and wonderful creatures.

8.25 C Bear and Jamal
Animated adventures.

8.45 Sheeep
Sheeep makes a visit to the beach.

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Tuesday's highlights. Shown yesterday at 9.30pm

: CBeebies

Ends 11.30.
WEBSITE: [web address removed]

Bob the Builder
After heavy snow, Farmer Pickle's roof looks in danger of collapse.
BBC BOB THE BUILDER MAGAZINE: £1.40. CD-Rom, for PC and Playstation, price £19.99; Bob the Builder - Fix It Fun! on Game Boy Colour, £24.99

10.10 The Story Makers
Jelly and Jackson discoverthe source of strawberries.

10 25 Tweenies
Fizz falls off her bike and hurts herself.
WEBSITE: [web address removed]

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

10.50 Clifford the Big Red Dog
How can Clifford stop his hiccups? His friends share ideas.

11.05 Teletubbies
The Tubbies watch children going in and coming out of different things.
BBC TELETUBBIES MAGAZINE: £1.35. BBC VIDEO: Teletubbies 2, £12.99

: Afoot Again in the Past

Lucinda Lambton visits Castle Leslie in Ireland and Kirsty Wark reveals the secret history of sanitariums.


Unknown: Lucinda Lambton
Unknown: Castle Leslie
Unknown: Kirsty Wark

: Lifeline

An appeal for the International Spinal Research Trust.
Shown Sunday 5.45pm

: Wimbledon 2002

Live coverage as the second round gets underway on the third day of the tournament. At this stage last year Tim Henman ruthlessly disposed of fellow
Briton Martin Lee in straight sets to reach the third round, while
Greg Rusedski also progressed at the expense of Zimbabwe's Byron Black. With Sue Barker.
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information


Unknown: Tim Henman
Unknown: Martin Lee
Unknown: Greg Rusedski
Unknown: Byron Black.

: Westminster Live

With Prime Minister's Questions. Presented by Nick Robinson. Editor Gareth Butler Contact details on Thursday


Presented By: Nick Robinson.
Editor: Gareth Butler

: News; Regional News

(Digital: BBC London News)


Ends 5.35.

Angelica invents an imaginary twin.

4.35 Even Stevens
Louis recalls his first week at school.

5.00 Blue Peter
Another edition of the popular children's magazine.
Repeated tomorrow with sign language at 8am

5.25 Newsround

: Wimbledon 2002

Further live second-round coverage. Last year's eventual winner, Croatian wild-card entrant Goran Ivanisevic , beat seeded Spaniard Carlos Moya at the same stage last year, but will not be defending his title because of injury. Sue
Barker introduces the action. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information
Subsequent programmes may change


Unknown: Goran Ivanisevic
Unknown: Carlos Moya

: What the Victorians Did for Us: Crime and Punishment

The world of Victorian crime and retribution comes under investigation as Adam Hart-Davis experiences life on the beat as an early policeman and looks at the forensic tests developed to catch poisoners. Hart-Davis also bravely volunteers to experience the life of the prisoner, from the horrors of the hand-crank to the monotony of prison food. Fear of crime led the Victorians to make home security a priority and door locks a vital requirement in every home.


Presenter: Adam Hart-Davis
Producer: John Kent
Executive Producer: Caroline van den Brul

: Absolutely Fabulous

Another episode of the acclaimed comedy series set in the superficially glamorous world of the media, starring Jennifer Saunders , Joanna Lumley and Julia Sawalha. Fat. The ever neurotic Edina has two new causes for concern: the mass she believes is accumulating on her body and the weight of the past in the form of a visitor. For regular cast see Tuesday
The series continues tomorrow ay 9pm


Unknown: Jennifer Saunders
Unknown: Joanna Lumley
Unknown: Julia Sawalha.

: Today at Wimbledon

More action and reaction with John Inverdale and guests as they consider today's second-round matches on the grass courts of the All England Club.
Repeated tomorrow at 9am


Unknown: John Inverdale

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Gunpoint Britain

The recent high-profile case of pop star Asher D from So Solid Crew, jailed for possession of a firearm, helped put the spotlight on fears of a growing menace on the streets. Some newspaper reports suggest Britain is awash with illegal firearms, with a shooting incident occurring every other day. Are guns now a cheap and glamorous fashion accessory widely available in the nation's cities? Reporter David Akinsanya investigates the proliferation of firearms and learns what to do when confronted with a gun.
Producer Richard Bee ; Executive producer Colin Savage


Reporter: David Akinsanya
Producer: Richard Bee
Producer: Colin Savage

: The 48 Preludes and Fugues

Another keyboard masterclass from JS Bach's revered
The Well-Tempered Clavier.

: Despatch Box

A look at the issues dominating Parliamentary debates, the breaking political news in tomorrow's newspapers, and the latest political gossip. With Andrew Neil.


Unknown: Andrew Neil.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
OpenUniversity 12.30 Family Ties: the Story of Adeline YenMah the life story of a woman born in Shanghai in the 1940s
1.00 The Battle for Congress - concluding the film about two candidates for a seat in Congress during California's mid-term elections. 2090027 1.45 Personal Passions: Lord Healey - the peer shares his love of photography.
Wild World 2.00 Backyard World featuring The Restless Year - Alastair Fothergill introduces time-lapse photography plus two films about the fox and the Scottish wildcat.
Languages 4.00 Italy Inside Out (parts 4-5) A look at the rarely visited area of Lecce in the South and an investigation of life in the shadow of the volcano in Sicily.
Working in Retail 5.00 Leading a Team ― advice on managing staff with a look at teams, target setting and motivation. Open University 6.00 Fuellingthe Philippines Tiger ― is there a hidden cost of welcoming multi-national oil companies?
94621 6.30 A Migrant's Heart born in Africa, living in London, theatre director JatinderVerma traces his roots in India.


Unknown: Adeline Yenmah
Introduces: Alastair Fothergill

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