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: CBeebies

Ends 7.30.

The pals jump over different things.

7 25 Pingu
Pingu pays a visit to the doctor.


Ends 10.30.

Taz tries to kick his comic-book habit.

7.50 Blue Peter on the Road
Children's show, with sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1

8.15 The Cramp Twins
Lucien has a clown phobia.

8.30 The Story of Tracy Beaker
It's Tracy's birthday.

9.00 The Scooby-DooShow
The gang track down a quarterback. (S)

9.20 XChange Xtra
Abs from Five makes his first solo video.

9.40 Evolution
Wayne saves Glen from a giant amoeba.

10.05 Ocean Odyssey
The search for Kal continues.

: CBeebies

Ends 11.30. [website removed]

Clifford the Big Red Dog
A three legged dog is in town.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

10.50 The Shiny Show
Today, having fun at the park.

11.10 Tweenies
The gang teams about useful dogs.

: Heartbreak High

The students begin a week of work experience.

: Love Boat - theNext Wave

Nicole gets to be captain when her grandma visits.

: CBeebies

Ends 1.10.

1.00 Andy Pandy
Andy wants to give Looby Loo a feather.

: International Golf

Hazel Irvine introduces coverage from the first day of the Women's British Open from the Ailsa course in Turnberry, Strathclyde. Last year's winner, Se Ri Pakfrom Korea will be defending her title and the competition will be strong from Australia's Karrie Webb , Sweden's Annika Sorenstam and Britain's Laura Davies.
www.bbc.co.uk/golf Including at 3.20 News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News) Weather


Unknown: Karrie Webb
Unknown: Annika Sorenstam
Unknown: Laura Davies.

: EuropeanAthletics

Further coverage from Munich, with Sue Barker , Michael Johnson and Roger Black.
5.00 The decathlon javelin.
5.20 The men's 400m hurdles semi-finals, which could feature medal-hope Chris Rawlinson.
5.45 The second round of the women's 200m.
6.10 Round two of the men's 200m, where the sprint trio of Campbell, Devonish and Malcolm will hope to dominate.
6.40 The men's 1500m final. Recent Spanish dominance could be challenged by France's European Cup-winner Mehdi Baala and Morocco-born team-mate Driss Maazouzi.
6.55 The men's high jump final. Two Swedes go head-to-head as Stefan Holm , the current European number one, takes on his compatriot Staffan Strand. www.bbc.co.uk/athletics


Unknown: Sue Barker
Unknown: Michael Johnson
Unknown: Roger Black.
Unknown: Chris Rawlinson.
Unknown: Mehdi Baala
Unknown: Stefan Holm
Unknown: Staffan Strand.

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Christmas Show. A visitor to the ski lodge springs a festive surprise on the Banks family. Another episode is at the same time tomorrow
Followed by Witness The lifelong obsession with space travel of university lecturer Steve Bennett.


Unknown: Steve Bennett.

: Homeground

The Hill with the Hole. The series featuring the best of the BBC's regional documentaries investigates Silbury Hill in Wiltshire, the largest man-made earth mound in Europe and one of the county's World Heritage sites. Legends tell that a great prehistoric king was buried there on his horse, but investigators burrowing into it through the ages have left it in danger of total collapse. Now engineers are using seismic technology to examine the mound for voids or weaknesses. Narrated by Magnus Magnusson.
Producer James Macalpine First shown on BBC West www.bbc.co.uk/homeground


Unknown: Magnus Magnusson.
Producer: James MacAlpine

: Gardeners' World Summer Special

The Nation's Favourite Flowers. With hundreds of votes from viewers now received and counted, the result of the survey into the nation's favourite flower is revealed.
Contenders vying for the top slot include the rose, the daffodil and the clematis. Presented by Alan Titchmarsh , Rachel de Thame, Chris Beardshaw and Joe Swift.
Producer Carrie Tooth: Series producer Colette Foster Britain's most beloved blooms: page 33
BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, L2.60. New issue on sale 9 August Gardens Illustrated, L3.50
BBC BOOK: Grow Your Own Cut Flowers, £18.99


Presented By: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: Chris Beardshaw
Unknown: Joe Swift.
Producer: Colette Foster

: European Athletics

There's a special report on last month's world championships for disabled athletes, held in Lille, France. Among Britons who brought home gold were Lloyd Upsdell and Deborah Brennan in the respective 100m events, 55-year-old Sally Reddin in the shot put, Kenneth Churchill in the javelin and Stephen Miller in the hammer. Jane Hoffen reports.
Back in Munich, Britain is represented in the women's
5,000m heats by world and Olympic finalist Jo Pavey , who may be joined by Paula Radcliffe. But attention will focus on Gabi Szabo and Olga Yegorova , two of the favourites who have been involved in a long-running feud. Andrew Duncan meets Paula Radcliffe : page 28


Unknown: Deborah Brennan
Unknown: Sally Reddin
Unknown: Kenneth Churchill
Unknown: Stephen Miller
Unknown: Jane Hoffen
Unknown: Jo Pavey
Unknown: Paula Radcliffe.
Unknown: Gabi Szabo
Unknown: Olga Yegorova
Unknown: Andrew Duncan
Unknown: Paula Radcliffe

: Back to the Floor

Working Girl. Multimillionaire Jacqueline Gold is boss of Ann Summers. She has 7,500 saleswomen and an empire of 70 erotica stores. But it is 20 years since she's sold at one of her parties, and she's never worked in her naughtyknicker factory. Now she spends a week sewing frilly bras by day- and selling them by night. Narrated by Neil Pearson. Producer Kelly Webb-Lamb ; Series producer Hugh Dehn


Unknown: Jacqueline Gold
Unknown: Ann Summers.
Unknown: Neil Pearson.
Producer: Kelly Webb-Lamb
Producer: Hugh Dehn

: Newsnight


: Chain Camera - Storyville

In a project covering 12 months, camcorders were given out to senior-year students at Marshall high school in Los Angeles. The pupils filmed their lives for a week and then passed the camera on to someone else. This film captures the realities of teenage life in a multi-ethnic environment on America's west coast in the year 2000.
Director Kirby Dick


Director: Kirby Dick

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science 9614118 1.05
Background Brief 3800847 1.20 What Have the 1960s Ever Done for Us? 9981538 1.30 The Next Big Thing 61880 2.00 The Cretaceous Greenhouse World 5905996 2.50 Ever
Wondered? 2450625 3.00 They Did It Their Way
Wild World 3.30 Backyard World, featuring Watch Out: a Seaside Special - ingenious ways to get close to British wildlife. Languages 4.00 French Journey (part 1)
Working In Sport and Leisure 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 Relationships - same-sex couples discuss their partnerships. 6367199 6.50 Ever Wondered?

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