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: CBBC

Ends 9.00.

UBOS
Cassy and Gus search for the Tear of Moolana, a jewel of supreme power.

7.20 Blue Peter
Children's magazine.
(Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1)

7.45 Taz-Mania
Taz and his sister, Molly, swap bodies for the day.

8.10 Round the Twist
Miss Rickards finds herself in serious trouble.

8.35 Pocket Dragon Adventures
A minstrel writes a song about the deeds of Cuddles.

8.50 Snailsbury Tales
Mr Sprout's goods are washed away when a water pipe bursts.

: CBeebies

Ends 10.50.

Teletubbies Everywhere
A girl from Russia takes some dogs through an obstacle course.
Repeated at 1.20pm

9.10 Fimbles
Florrie finds a disappointingly empty suitcase.

9.30 Bill and Ben
The flowerpot pals unfortunately neglect Scamper's baby nephew because they're having so much fun.

9.40 The Story Makers
Jelly and Jackson learn all about different shapes, and find that they are all over the place.

10.00 Tweenies
When the gang play at being Robin Hood and his Merry Men, the garden becomes a magical forest.

10.20 Teletubbies
The friends watch a little girl read the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, then a magical tree suddenly grows in Teletubbyland.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Conference Live

Coverage of the Labour Party's annual conference, live from
Blackpool.

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
Look and Read (ages 7-9) Spelling with the Spellits - Programme 4

: CBeebies

Ends 1.30.

Teletubbies Everywhere
Shown at 9am

: Working Lunch

Business news updates presented by Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Presented By: Adrian Chiles
Presented By: Adam Shaw.

: Conference Live

Andrew Neil presents more live coverage from Blackpool, with Tony Blair addressing the conference this afternoon. With Zeinab Badawi.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Tony Blair
Unknown: Zeinab Badawi.

: News

: Regonal News

(Digital: BBC London
News) Weather

: Have I Got the 90s for You

In today's episode from the 1990 archives of the satirical news quiz Have I Got News for You the guests are Richard Ingrams and Richard Littlejohn.
(Revised repeat)

: Ready Steady Cook

The against-the-clock culinary contest.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz presented by Anne Robinson.

Contributors

Presented By: Anne Robinson.

: The Simpsons: Trash of the Titans

Homer decides to run for office after a clash about rubbish.
With the voices of Steve Martin and U2.
[web address removed]
Fancy the Simpsons theme on your phone? Visit [web address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Martin
Unknown: U2

: TOTP2

The first of this week's two dips into the Top of the Pops archives. Featuring the voice of Steve Wright.
More tomorrow at 6.20pm [web address removed]
BBC BOOK: Top of the Pops: 1964-2002, £14.99 from [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Wright
Producer: Mark Hagen

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

The Bonding. An Away Team member is killed by a mine on an old battlefield, but then mysteriously reappears.
Another episode tomorrow 6.45pm [Web Address Removed] Fancy the Star Trek theme on your mobile? visit [Web Address Removed]

: War Walks

The Somme. Richard Holmes walks the fields in France where 57,000 soldiers were killed or wounded during 1 July 1916, the blackest day in the history of the British army.
Series producer Mark Fielder ; Executive producer Grant Mansfield

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Holmes
Producer: Mark Fielder
Producer: Grant Mansfield

: Two Men in a Trench

The Defence of Inchkeith. The tiny island of Inchkeith, in the middle of the Firth of Forth on Scotland's east coast, has faced many military threats from the 16th century up to the Second World War. Tony Pollard and Neil Oliver launch an amphibious invasion in order to carry out an investigation into what lies behind the success of its fortifications.
Director Paul Ratcliffe ; Executive producer Pat Llewellyn

Contributors

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

: Ray Mears's Country Tracks

Mears goes eating for free on a hedgerow harvest, seeking fungal "chickens" and pignuts, dug up from the ground.
Series producer Patrick Flavelle (Revised rpt) Another episode can be seen on Friday at 9.50pm

Contributors

Producer: Patrick Flavelle

: Single Girls - Everyman

Spinsterhood was once regarded as being a sign of failure, and spinsters were relegated to a life on the margins of society. But in the 21st century they exist in record numbers. Tina Mo, who has just turned 40, is the envy of her married friends, while wedding-dress designer Elaine baffles clients with her happy singleton existence at the age of 57. This film asks if spinsterhood is the new "happy ever after"?
Producer Daniela Volker ; Series editor Ruth Pitt

Contributors

Producer: Daniela Volker
Editor: Ruth Pitt

: Africa by Balloon

A natural history team takes to the African skies in a hot-air balloon to capture the lions of the Masai Mara on film.
Director Tim Green : Series producer Simon Nash

Contributors

Director: Tim Green
Producer: Simon Nash

: Porridge

Classic comedy, first shown in 1977, starring Ronnie Barker. A Storm in a Teacup. Fletcher inadvertently becomes involved in the murky world of drugs.

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie Barker.

: Newsnight

Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM?

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.

: Free Wheelers

Twelve-year-old Krystie has a rare disorder of the nervous system which means she will end up in a wheelchair. George and Lucy, both 21, are coming to terms with spinal injuries. This film follows their changing lives.
Director MinClough; Executive producer Todd Austin

Contributors

Producer: Todd Austin

: Third Rock from the Sun

You Don Know Dick
Sally requests a move and Dick realises he knows little about Mary's likes and dislikes.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Breaking the Seal Domesday
1.00 The Romans in Britain Fact and Fable 645981.30 What Is Religion? -comparing and contrasting faiths Secondary Schools 2.00 Technology Designing Your Own Future- real-life lessons from past and present.
Languages 4.00 Suenos World Spanish (parts 9-12)
Wetowtse for Business 5.00 Getting the Best from the Net Open University 6.00 The Magic Flute- finale from Act 1
6.30 Following a Score








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