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: CBBC

Ends 11.15am.

The Cramp Twins
Lucien takes up martial arts.

7.10 Yvon of the Yukon
Yvon 's antics ruin a banquet.

7.35 Looney Tunes
Classic cartoons, including Bugs Bunny and Tweety and Sylvester.

8.05 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza 's cousin misbehaves.

8.30 Smile
Continuing the interactive series featuring guests, competitions and games, with Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar. Catch up with featured artists of the month, Atomic Kitten, and animal expert Miranda Krestovnikoff reveals whether pets can talk. Plus animated entertainment with Rugrats, Even Stevens, The Scooby-Doo Show and The Mummy.

Contributors

Presenter ("Smile"): Fearne Cotton
Presenter ("Smile"): Reggie Yates
Guest ("Smile"): Miranda Krestovnikoff
Director ("Smile"): Jayne Spanger
Series Producer ("Smile"): Fiona Robinson

: Dr Quinn: MedicineWoman

Great American Medicine Show Dr Mike needs a showman's help to treat Myra.
First shown on ITV

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by Sue Barker, Steve Rider and Adrian Chiles. Timing of events will depend on the Davis Cup tennis.
12.00 G Two An overview of the week's sporting news, plus a preview of forthcoming events.
12.30 Rowing/Tennis: Davis Cup Live from the World Rowing championships in Spain and the final day of Great Britain's Davis Cup qualifier.
On the final day of the rowing in Seville, Britain aim to build on last year's impressive four golds and a bronze, their best since 1993. In action are the men's coxed four, including three Sydney Olympic champions from the men's eight, and the women's heavyweight quadruple scull, with Olympic silver medallist Katherine Grainger.
Garry Herbert , Gillian Lindsay and Dan Topolski commentate.
The final day of the Davis Cup
World Group qualifying tie at
Birmingham's NIA sees Great Britain as favourites to beat
Thailand. However, the British will be mindful of their shock home defeat by Ecuador at this stage in 2000. Commentary by John Barrett , John Lloyd , David Mercer and Andrew Castle.
Equestrianism The conclusion of the fourth World Equestrian Games from Jerez, Spain, with Britain's showjumpers led by Di Lampard on Abbervail Dream. Commentators are Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke.
Athletics Paula Radcliffe runs in the Nike 10km Challenge in Richmond Park, Surrey, her first race since winning the European 10,000m gold, and her only competitive outing before next month's Chicago Marathon.
Producer Jonathan Bramley Editor Lawrence Duffy
(S- tennis only)

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Barker
Presented By: Steve Rider
Presented By: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Katherine Grainger
Unknown: Garry Herbert
Unknown: Gillian Lindsay
Unknown: Dan Topolski
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: John Lloyd
Commentary By: David Mercer
Commentary By: Andrew Castle
Unknown: Di Lampard
Unknown: Michael Tucker
Unknown: Lorna Clarke.
Unknown: Paula Radcliffe
Producer: Jonathan Bramley
Editor: Lawrence Duffy

: BBC Blue Planet Prom in the Park

Composer George Fenton conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, with the choir of Magdelen College, Oxford, in a performance recorded last Sunday in Hyde Park, London. Fenton's evocative score for the acclaimed natural history series The Blue Planet is accompanied by images from the series. The concert is presented by David Attenborough with Blue Planet producer Alastair Fothergill. Director Helen Mansfield
Executive producer Oliver MacFarlane

Contributors

Unknown: George Fenton
Presented By: David Attenborough
Producer: Alastair Fothergill.
Director: Helen Mansfield
Producer: Oliver MacFarlane

: Kidnapped in Colombia

Bogota in Colombia is regarded as the kidnap capital of the world - two thirds of all kidnappings take place in the South American country. The kidnappers are often political rebels, but now criminal gangs are moving in and choosing random targets. In this investigative Correspondent film, reporter Guy Smith tells the story of three families whose lives are in limbo after the kidnap of loved ones.
Editor Karen O'Connor www.bbc.co.uk/correspondent

Contributors

Reporter: Guy Smith
Editor: Karen O'Connor

: A History of Britain by Simon Schama

Another chance to see Simon Schama evoking key moments of Britain's dramatic past in this flagship series.
Nations. Edward I, immortalised as the villainous king in Braveheart, spent his life trying to impose English rule on Scotland and Wales. But his reign inspired declarations of independence from his people and he was forced to listen. Producer Ian Bremner ; Executive producer Martin Davidson

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Schama
Producer: Ian Bremner
Producer: Martin Davidson

: Ray Mears's Extreme Survival

Alaska. It covers an area larger than Britain and France combined, yet frozen Alaska has a population smaller than Bristol. Although a stranded stranger's chances are slim, extraordinary tales have emerged. Mears relates two true stories of survival.
Director Ben Southwell ; Series producer Dick Colthurst

Contributors

Director: Ben Southwell
Producer: Dick Colthurst

: The Essential ... Will Smith

The penultimate profile of contemporary black celebrities charts the life of Hollywood superstar Smith. He was a novelty rapper before enquiries from the taxman prompted a foray into television, where for the next six years he would star in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. It was the 1995 action movie Bad Boys which opened doors ultimately leading to the role of legendary boxer Muhammed Ali and his nomination for an Oscar. Narrated by Margherita Taylor.
Producer Geoff Small ; Series producer Paul Blake

Contributors

Unknown: Muhammed Ali
Unknown: Margherita Taylor.
Producer: Geoff Small
Producer: Paul Blake

: Dave Gorman's Important Astrology Experiment

Comedian Dave Gorman follows more instructions given to him by a panel of astrologers. This week, he enrages a farmer and travels many miles at the drop of a hat. Written and produced by Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace
Director Gareth Carrivick

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Gorman
Produced By: Dave Gorman
Produced By: Danny Wallace
Director: Gareth Carrivick

: The League of Gentlemen

Anarchy in Royston Vasey. Les McQueen is astounded to find Creme Brûlée have reformed.
11.40 Royston Vasey and the Monster from Hell. The nosebleed epidemic claims a distinguished victim. A new series begins Friday on BBC2 at 10pm.

Contributors

Unknown: Royston Vasey

: Rasputin

Biographical drama. Late-19th-century Siberia: following a religious vision, a mystic heads for St. Petersburg and insinuates himself into the Russian court. Review page 56.
Director UliEdel (1996, 15)

Contributors

Rasputin: Alan Rickman
Tsarina Alexandra: Greta Scacchi
Tsar Nicholas: Ian McKellen
Dr Botkin: David Warner
Stolypin: John Wood
Prince Yussoupov: James Frain
Purishkevich: Ian Hogg
Princess Marisa: Sheila Ruskin

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Special Education 2.00 Go for It! Lifeskills
Languages 4.00 Eurografters: Spain/Working with the Spanish Webwise for Business 5.00 Using the Internet Open University 6.00 The Signature of Life
6.30 Deaf-Blind Education in Russia








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