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: CBeebies

Ends 7.30

7.05 Teletubbies

The pals watch boys having their haircut.

7.25 Pingu
Grandpa is ill

: CBBC

Taz-Mania
Taz's sister brings a cute kitten home.

7.50 Blue Peter on the Road
Shown yesterday, 5pm

8.15 The Cramp Twins
Rodeo Rita rides into town.

8.30 Freestyle
Runner Katharine Merry joins the show.

9.00 The Scooby-Doo Show
The gang mix music and voodoo.

9.20 Xchange
Linford Christie on being a paper boy.

9.40 Chucklewood Critters
A "UFO" appears in the park.

10.05 Ocean Odyssey
Lena joins the quest.

Contributors

Contributor ("Freestyle"): Katharine Merry
Contributor ("Xchange"): Linford Christie

: CBeebies

Ends 11.30.

Website: [Web address removed]

Clifford the Big Red Dog
The pals eat too much.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

10.50 The Shiny Show
Todays theme is growing things.

11.10 Tweenies
The Tweenies learn about knights.

: Heartbreak High

Danielle's sister confesses that she's pregnant.

: Love Boat - the Next Wave

A loud, crass family win a trip aboard the boat.

: Commonwealth Games Grandstand

Boxing semi-finals begin with the featherweight division. Plus the final of the men's 77kg weightlifting.

: CBeebies

Ends 2.00.

Andy Pandy
The pals find strange eggs.

1.55 Spider
Another eight-legged encounter.

: Glorious Goodwood

Last year's winner Persian
Punch goes for a back-to-back win in the Goodwood Cup at
3.20, plus there are starts at
2.15 and 2.45. Introduced by Clare Balding , commentary by Willie Carson , Jim McGrath , Angus Loughran ,
Jonathan Powell , Jimmy Lindley and Ray Cochrane. The 3.50 race is on BBCI. Including at 3.00 News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News) Weather

Contributors

Introduced By: Clare Balding
Commentary By: Willie Carson
Commentary By: Jim McGrath
Commentary By: Angus Loughran
Commentary By: Jonathan Powell
Commentary By: Jimmy Lindley
Commentary By: Ray Cochrane.

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.

Bob the Builder
Roley looks after a hedgehog.

: CBBC

Ends 6.00.

Mona the Vampire
The case of a mysterious mansion.

4.10 Chucklevision
Can Paul and Barry rescue Professor Frimley?
Written by John Sayle

4.25 The Cramp Twins
Lucien makes Wayne disappear.

4.35 Hollywood 7
Two of the S Club 7 members kiss.

5.00 UKool
Today, a visit to a movie stunt school for teenagers.
Rptd tomorrow, 7.50am

5.25 Newsround

5.35-6.00 The Simpsons: El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Homer
(The Mysterious Voyage of Our Homer) Johnny Cash is the voice of a spirit guide for Homer.

Contributors

Writer (Chucklevision): John Sayle
[Voice] (The Simpsons): Johnny Cash

: Commonwealth Games Grandstand

Steve Rider and Sharron Davies present tonight's action.
6.00 Welghtlifting Featuring the women's 63kg final and the men's 85kg final, from Manchester International Convention Centre.
6.30 Boxing Featuring semi-final action. More boxing action can be seen at 9pm.
6.55-9.00 Swimming There are no less than nine finals at the Manchester Aquatics Centre tonight, starting with: 7.00 Men's 200m backstroke, in which Matt Welsh of the formidable Australian team is a favourite.
7.05 Women's 100m freestyle final.
7.35 Men's 50m disability final.
7.45 Women's 200 breaststroke final.
7.55 Men's 50m butterfly final. England's former world record holder Mark Foster will be hoping to challenge for his third Commonwealth Games gold medal. His greatest rival will be the current 50m butterfly world record holder, Australian world champion Geoff Huegill.
8.10 Women's 100m backstroke final. Formerworld record holder Sarah Price could have a chance of England's first gold in this event since Linda Ludgrove in 1966. 8.20 Men's 100m breaststroke final. England's James Gibson and Darren Mew and Scotland's Ian Edmond could be among the contenders.
8.30 Women's 4x200m freestyle final.
8.50 Men's 4x200m freestyle final.
9.00 Boxing, Cycling, Hockey Back to the ring for the best of tonight's boxing semi-finals, plus the semi-finals and final of the women's sprint cycling from Manchester Velodrome, and coverage from Belle Vue of this evening's women's hockey semi-finals.
Commentary by Andy Jameson , Adrian Moorhouse ,
Marc Woods and Sarah Bailey. 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 www.bbc.co.uk/commonwealth

Contributors

Unknown: Sharron Davies
Unknown: Matt Welsh
Unknown: Mark Foster
Unknown: Geoff Huegill.
Unknown: James Gibson
Unknown: Darren Mew
Unknown: Ian Edmond
Unknown: Belle Vue
Commentary By: Andy Jameson
Commentary By: Adrian Moorhouse
Commentary By: Marc Woods
Commentary By: Sarah Bailey.

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman. isi wi

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Dave Gorman Collection

Desperate legal moves could be the answer as comedian Dave Gorman 's quest to track down people sharing his name reaches its climax. Can he win his flatmate's bet?
Director Pati Marr : Producers Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Gorman
Director: Pati Marr
Producers: Dave Gorman
Producers: Danny Wallace

: Correspondent

Iraq - the Mother of All Ironies. John Sweeney reports on Saddam Hussein 's propaganda war against sanctions.
Producer Will Daws; Editor Karen O'Connor

Contributors

Unknown: John Sweeney
Unknown: Saddam Hussein
Editor: Karen O'Connor

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science - Kate Humble and the team of scientists try to cool things down on their tropical island base. 9878314 1.05 Background Brief Therapy on Trial - millions of people swear by homeopathy, but scientists and medical researchers remain unconvinced. Janice Acquah examines the evidence. 3064043 1.20 Hollywood Science Speed - could a bus really jump a gap in the freeway? 9145734 1.30 LearningtoLovetheGrey-asSarahconfronts scientist Edward March, can he persuade her to give him a second chance? Last in the drama series set in the world of cloning research. 68802 2.00 Lifelines -the story of the intellectual struggle that established the theory of evolutio. 38734 2.30 Wild Moves Air -Chris Packham takes to the airto show how all kinds of animals fly. 57869 3.00 Horses for Courses An Evolutionary Radiation - the story of the horse from 50 million years ago to the presenttime
Wild World 3.30 Frozen World Penguins - Nick Baker spends a night in a penguin colony; a very smelly and noisy affair. Languages 4.00 Spanish Journey part -highlights from the documentary series Spain Inside Out.
Working In Sport and Leisure 5.00 The Future - what does the future hold for those working in sport and leisure?
Open University 6.00 Jets and Black Holes - how science is exploring the mysterious phenomena in the universe.
6.30 The Chemistry of Survival -a look at the art of staying alive, with a chemical slant.

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Humble
Unknown: Janice Acquah
Unknown: Chris Packham
Unknown: Nick Baker








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