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Ends 9.00.

Cassy and Gus behave mysteriously.

7.20 Blue Peter
Gareth Gates sings "Suspicious Minds" with the dancing competition winners, and there's an appearance from Will Young. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1

7.45 Taz-Mania
Bull and Axl Gator try to improve their chances of catching Taz, who also has an adventure with a pterodactyl.

8.10 The Journey of Allen Strange
Robbie and Josh are faced with a dilemma.

8.35 Pocket Dragon Adventures
The Dragons are mistaken for famous bakers.

8.50 Snailsbury Tales
A dragon-shaped kite causes something of a panic in the village.


Singer (Blue Peter): Gareth Gates

: CBeebies

Ends 10.00

Teletubbies Everywhere
Children in Morocco take water to a woman washing clothes.

9.to The Shiny Show
Dogsby asks the questions, and the puppets learn about fixing cars.

9.30 Bill and Ben
Whoops gets in deep bubble trouble.

9.40 The Story Makers
Blue Cow encounters a roundabout horse.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.

10.00 Megamaths: Fractions - Fifths and Tenths (ages 7-9) 7347298

10.20 Look and Read: Spelling with the Spellits - Programme 3 (ages 7-9) 8701347

10.40 The Experimenter: Sorting It Out (ages 7-9)

: Conference Live

Continuing coverage of the Liberal Democrats' conference, live from Brighton. More at

: Global Warning

The South American trend of felling rainforests to provide cattle-grazing land.

: Taxi

Bobby's Big Break. Bobby tears up his cabbie's licence after landing a part in a soap

: Working Lunch

Business news presented by Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw. Plus a report on how having a baby inspires some women to invent products for their children.


Presented By: Adrian Chiles
Presented By: Adam Shaw.

: Conference Live

Andrew Neil presents more live coverage from Brighton of the Liberal Democrats' conference. Including reports from
Zeinab Badawi.


Unknown: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Zeinab Badawi.

: News

: Regional News (Digital: BBC London

News) Weather

: Have I Got the 90s forYou

First of three episodes this week from the 1990 archives of the satirical news quiz Have / Got News for You, with Angus Deayton , Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. (Revised repeat)


Unknown: Angus Deayton
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Paul Merton.

: Ready Steady Cook

Culinary contest.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: The Simpsons: Lisa the Simpson

Grampa leads Lisa to believe that she is genetically predisposed to lose her intelligence.
[web address removed]


Musical nostalgia featuring Split Enz , Randy Crawford ,
Meat Loaf, and Des'ree, plus a new version of a Pink Floyd classic by David Gilmour. With the voice of Steve Wright. Producer Mark Hagen More tomorrow at 6.20pm [Web Address Removed] BBC TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: il.90
BBC BOOK: Top of the Pops: 1964-2002. £14.99 from [Web Address Removed]


Unknown: Split Enz
Unknown: Randy Crawford
Unknown: David Gilmour.
Unknown: Steve Wright.
Producer: Mark Hagen More

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

The Survivors. The Enterprise discovers a planet where all life has been eradicated, except for two mysterious residents. Another episode tomorrow 6.45pm [Web Address Removed] Fancy the Star Trek theme on your mobile? Visit [Web Address Removed]

: War Walks

Mons. Professor Richard Holmes follows in the footsteps of the British troops who had to retreat south from Mons after marching against the Germans in August 1914.
Director Nick Shearman : Series producer Mark Fielder


Director: Nick Shearman

: Two Men in a Trench

The Battle of Barnet. The site of the battle of Barnet has gradually disappeared beneath urban London, butjust over 500 years ago it was where 25,000 soldiers fought one of the crucial conflicts of the War of the Roses. From their base located on a local golf club, which now occupies part of the battlefield, archaeologists Tony Pollard and Neil Oliver set out to investigate the battle and its history. Director Paul Ratcliffe : Executive producer Pat Llewellyn


Unknown: Tony Pollard
Unknown: Neil Oliver
Director: Paul Ratcliffe
Producer: Pat Llewellyn

: Ray Mears's Country Tracks

Mears discovers how the countryside can provide a host of natural remedies, from headache cures to bandages.
Series producer Patrick Flavelle (Revised rpt)


Producer: Patrick Flavelle

: The Ship

Demonstrations in Indonesia, a "line race", a serious foot injury, a chicken casserole and a fear-conquering climb bring to a close the eventful voyage of the Endeavour. For the crew it's time to reflect, many coming to the conclusion that they will miss the sense of togetherness and adventure offered by life on board a tall ship. Last in the series.
Director Chris Terrill ; Executive producer Laurence Rees BBC PRODUCTS: hardback book The Ship by Simon Baker £18.99 and soundtrack CD by John Harle £13.99. both available at www.bbcshop.com


Director: Chris Terrill
Producer: Laurence Rees

: Money Programme Special: Porn Star!

An investigation into the remarkable rise to power of Richard Clive Desmond, who owns The Daily Express, the Daily Star, and OK! magazine, controversially donated £100,000 to the Labour party, socialises with high-profile personalities such as the Beckhams and the Blairs, but made his fortune as a pornography magnate. John Sweeney reports.


Reporter: John Sweeney
Producer: Nick Hudson
Series Editor: Clive Edwards

: Newsnight

Presented by Jeremy Paxman. (Siiw)


Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.

: Diners

Jimmy Savile and Pete Waterman discuss Pop Idol in the show that "eavesdrops" on restaurant conversations.


Unknown: Jimmy Savile
Unknown: Pete Waterman
Producer: Paula Woolvern

: Third Rock from the Sun

There No Business Like
Dick Business. Dick and Sally become magicians.

: 10x10

Five Forty Five. Drama, written and directed by Christoph Rohl , about a man who spies on a young businesswoman. Producer Joanna Beresford


Directed By: Christoph Rohl
Producer: Joanna Beresford

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Energy through the Window
53496 1.00 The World's Best Athlete? - statistics in action 59729 1.30 Open Advice Staying on Course
Secondary Schools 2.00 English-Curriculum Bites Languages 4.00 Eurografters: Italy and Germany
Webwise for Business 5.00 Getting the Best from the Net Open University 6.00 Beyond the Naked Eye The Man Who Loved Trees 79922 6.30 Cybersouls

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