The Cramp Twins
Mrs Cramp's potion wreaks havoc.
7.10 Yvon of the Yukon
Harland's already strained relationship with Yvon deteriorates.
7.35 Looney Tunes
Classic cartoon favourites, including Daffy Duck, Sylvester and Tweety.
8.05 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza is shocked to find her panda friends in captivity.
On the interactive show today N'Sync star Justin Timberlake is interviewed, Blue are in the studio and Pop Idol contestant Rosie Ribbons performs her new single. Plus animated fun with Rugrats, Looney Tunes, Ace Lightning, The Scooby-Doo Show, and The Mummy.
Presented by Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar.
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The Prisoner. Dr Quinn fights to secure the freedom of Cloud
Dancing, a wounded captive.
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Investigating possible problems with drugs given to pheasants, and a scheme to boost the grey partridge population. Plus next week's weather.
Economics. Joe Swift visits the Birmingham Botanical
Gardens and finds out how to create your own bonsai without breaking the bank. He also has tips on repotting cacti.
Plus in Clarissa and the Countryman, the duo examine organic food production in the West Country, while in Garden Hopping, Daphne Ledward visits Devon's Winsford walled garden. Producer Beverleigh Widman ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson
news in the South and South East, with Bruce Parker.
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Jon Craig reviews political events in London. EMAIL: email@example.com
Presented by Steve Rider.
1.30 Golf On the final day of the World Match'Play championship from Wentworth, two players will go head-to-head for the chance to scoop the lion's share of the £lm prize money. Commentary from Peter Alliss , Ken Brown , Alex Hay , Julian Tutt , Mark James ,
Laura Davies and Beverly Lewis.
In the event of an early finish to the golf, there will also be highlights from the latest round in rugby's European Cup, and news and action from the America's Cup.
Frank and Betty take Judy and Alison out for a day at the zoo.
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Among the planet's hardiest animals, the elusive musk ox is the subject of this film in which film-maker Miles Barton braves blizzards in an attempt to capture this beast on film on the windswept mountain tops of Alaska's western coast. Series producer Simon Nash
In the first of a new eight-part series Simon King , Jonathan Scott and Saba Douglas-Hamilton chronicle the progress of residents of Kenya's Masai Mara game reserve. King follows a cheetah with three cubs, Scott searches for the show's old friends, Solo the lion and Shadow the leopard, while Douglas-Hamilton finds the Marsh Pride lionesses. Producers Wendy Darke, Richard Matthews ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
Danger in Tiger Paradise. Valmik Thapar revisits Rajasthan's Ranthambhore National Park to witness the progress of tigress Machli, who two years ago took over her mother's territory and gave birth to two cubs. However, the male who fathered the litter has gone missing, and the young family's safety is compromised by the arrival of two new males.
Producer Mike Birkhead ; Series editor Michael Gunton
In Japan's cities, hundreds of thousands of young men are turning into recluses, refusing even to leave their rooms. Western psychologists describe this social withdrawal, or "hikikomori", as an epidemic. Reporter Phil Rees meets mothers whose sons have retreated into self-imposed exile in their own homes, asks what has driven young
Japanese men into this hermitic existence, and what can be done to resolve the situation.
Editor Karen O'Connor
Jeremy Clarkson returns to host a new ten-part series of the motoring show, with new presenters Jason Dawe and Richard Hammond. The first episode features road-tests for two "supercars", the Lamborghini Murcielago and the Pagani Zonda , items on speed cameras and car traders' cunning tricks, and comic Harry Enfield making a guest driving appearance on the Top Gear test track.
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Anne Robinson lifts the lid on the results of the BBC's search for the greatest Briton of all time, voted for by the public throughout the last year. The list includes figures from popular culture alongside royals, athletes, politicians, scientists and soldiers, and is commented on by such pundits as Mariella Frostrup , oarsman Matthew Pinsent , singer/songwriter Billy Bragg and historian John Keegan.
The top ten is tonight revealed in alphabetical order. A debate on the merits of each ensues in the studio, and viewers can vote for their all-time Great Briton. Film biographies of each candidate are broadcast in the following weeks. Jeremy Clarkson argues the case for Isambard Kingdom Brunei on Tuesday at 9pm.
Director John Holdsworth ; Series producer Mark Harrison www.bbc.co.uk/greatbhtons
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David Bowie , Ms Dynamite , the Coral and Beenie Man guest in the first of a new series, shown last Friday
Repeats are not indicated.
Special Education 2.00 Hands Up! (ages 5-7) Words and Pictures - with in-vision sign language. Languages 4.00 Espana Viva (parts 1-2)
Working In Construction 5.00 Customer Care and Communication Skills
Open University 6.00 Developing Language
6.30 The Golden Thread