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: CBeebies

Ends 7.30.

Teletubbies
Children learn about the number four.

7.25 Pingu
Antarctic fun.

: CBBC

Ends 10.30.

Taz-Mania
An anthropologist studies Taz and his family.

7.50 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza has a penguin-vetting stint.

8-15 The Cramp Twins
The town turns white.

8 30 Freestyle
With Jez Edwards and Amy Garcia.
[website removed]

9.00 The Scooby-Doo Show
A thief steals a valuable coin.

9 20 XChange
The lowdown on summer in Manchester.

9 40 Chucklewood Critters
Bearbette looks after a pony.

10.05 Driven Crazy
Ned's new pet proves a handful.

Contributors

Presenter (Freestyle): Jez Edwards
Presenter (Freestyle): Amy Garcia

: CBeebies

Ends 11.30.
Clifford the Big Red Dog Doing your best is more important than winning. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.50 The Shiny Show Today's theme is shopping.
11.10 Tweenies Judy ascends Mount Snowdon.

: Heartbreak High

Rose develops a crush on Mr North.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr North.

: Love Boat - theNext Wave

A celebrity wants to travel incognito.

: Commonwealth GamesGrandstand

Featherweight boxing quarter-final coverage. Steven Bell carries English hopes in this division, while Scotland hope to repeat Alex Arthur 's 1998 gold medal. Pius bowls and men's sprint cycling.

Contributors

Unknown: Steven Bell
Unknown: Alex Arthur

: Lifeline

Gavin Campbell appeals on behalf of bereaved children. For donation details see Sunday at
5.40pm on BBCI

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Campbell

: Glorious Goodwood

A triple bill of races, featuring the prestigious Sussex Stakes at 3.20 alongside starts at
2 15 and 2.45. The 3.50 race is on BBCI. including at 3.00 News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News) Weather

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.

Bob the Builder
Scoop suffers a bout of sneezing.

: CBBC


Ends 6.00.

CBBC Live from Manchester
CBBC is in Wythenshawe Park, Manchester, for a live afternoon at the Commonwealth Games city.

Starting with a double bill of Mona the Vampire
Mona hunts for her missing cat.

Join CBBC in Manchester: [website removed]. or ceefax page

4.10 Rugrats
Chuckie dreams about shrinking.

4.35 Even Stevens
Ren worries that her friendship with Charlotte might be in danger.

5.00 Blue Peter on the Road
With Blue, live on stage in Manchester.
Rptd tomorrow, 7.50am

5.25 Newsround

5.35-6.00pm The Simpsons
Hurricane Neddy. Ned Flanders's home is destroyed.

: Commonwealth Games Grandstand

With Sue Barker, Sharron Davies and Michael Peschardt.
NOTE: events may alter the following timings.
6.00-7.00 Athletics
6.00 Track and field gets under way with the women's triple jump final, in which defending champion Ashia Hansen will aim to clinch gold for England once again.
6.10 Women's 100m hurdles final.
6.25 Men's 5,000m final.
6.45 Tanni Grey-Thompson races for Wales in the women's 800m wheelchair final. Steve Cram , Stuart Storey ,
Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Sally Gunnell and John Regis provide athletics commentary and analysis. Coverage of the athletics continues on BBC1 at 6.55.
7.00-8.50 Swimming
7.00 Women's 50m butterfly final.
7.05 Men's 50m backstroke final.
7.20 In the women's 50m breaststroke final, England's Zoe Baker - who earlier this year broke the European record - could be striving for top spot on the podium.
7.50 Women's 50m disability freestyle final.
8.30 In the men's 200m freestyle final, Australia's Ian Thorpe , who won four gold medals at the last Games, remains the overwhelming favourite to extend his medal collection at the tender age of 19. commentary by Andy Jameson , Adrian Moorhouse and Marc Woods.
8.50 Cycling, Boxing, Judo, Squash When the swimming comes to an end, action transfers to the National Cycling Centre for the men's sprint final, in which Scotland's
Craig MacLean hopes to add a medal to the Olympic silver he claimed in 2000's British sprint team. Meanwhile
England's Bradley Wiggins and Rob Hayles are determined to stop Australian champion Brad McGee from winning a hat-trick of golds in the men's 4,000m individual pursuit. Commentary by Hugh Porter and Chris Boardman.
The squash finals could see England's Peter Nicol securing another gold after his win in 1998 - when he represented Scotland. In the women's event the quadruple world champion, Sarah Fitz-Gerald of Australia, is hoping finally to claim the Commonwealth gold she has so far - astonishingly - missed out on. Commentary by Tony Gubba and Lisa Opie. (w; BBCi: digital viewers can press the red handset button to follow their favourite sport or competitor either in the pool, trackside. in the field or on the pitch WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/commonwealth

Contributors

Unknown: Sharron Davies
Unknown: Michael Peschardt.
Unknown: Ashia Hansen
Unknown: Tanni Grey-Thompson
Unknown: Steve Cram
Unknown: Stuart Storey
Unknown: Paul Dickenson
Unknown: Brendan Foster
Unknown: Sally Gunnell
Unknown: John Regis
Unknown: Zoe Baker
Unknown: Ian Thorpe
Commentary By: Andy Jameson
Commentary By: Adrian Moorhouse
Commentary By: Marc Woods.
Unknown: Craig MacLean
Unknown: Bradley Wiggins
Unknown: Rob Hayles
Unknown: Brad McGee
Commentary By: Hugh Porter
Commentary By: Chris Boardman.
Unknown: Peter Nicol
Unknown: Sarah Fitz-Gerald
Commentary By: Tony Gubba
Commentary By: Lisa Opie.

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman. ishw)

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Meeting My Daughter- Storyville

Director Thomas Heurlin 's film documents the fractious relationship between himself and his daughter Karina, who was conceived as a result of a one-night stand when he was 17. Heurlin initially refused to have anything to do with her, despite verification that he was her father. But at the age of 10 she asked to meet him. They gradually developed a tentative liaison which this film shows evolving through the years, as Karina herself becomes pregnant and the two struggle to reach an understanding.

Contributors

Director: Thomas Heurlin

: The 48 Preludes and Fugues

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

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Global Fantasy 2 - the Irresistible Rise of the Computer Game 73197 1.00 Relationships
1.50 Ever Wondered? - a look at why people gossip Wild World 2.00 Frozen World - featuring The Natural World, with Alastair Fothergill. Including Polar Bear Diary.
Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (parts 4-5) -a guide to Seville, Cadiz and the Costa de la Luz.
Working In Sport and Leisure 5.00 Business Skills
Open University 6.00 Mexico City -Whose City? 39046 6.30 Virtual Democracy? -the internet and democracy

Contributors

Unknown: Alastair Fothergill.
Unknown: Costa de la Luz.








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