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: CBBC

Ends 7.25.

The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza wants to help a rare rhino.

: CBBC Channel Taster

Showcasing some of the shows available on the CBBC channel over the next two weeks. Ends 8.30.

All or Nothing
Game show in which five teams face puzzle games, brainteasers and physical tests. Hosted by Jamie Rickers and Tara Maguire.

7.50 Kerching!
New sitcom about a teenager trying to make a fortune.
Another episode at 5pm on CBBC channel (S)

8.15 UGetMe
Interactive children's drama about three teenagers who produce an internet radio show. The week's episodes written by Nick Hoare. For cast see Tuesday
CONTACT DETAILS: text message your music requests to [number removed]; or phone a "shout-out" to [number removed] (calls cost 60 pence per minute)

Contributors

Presenter (All or Nothing): Jamie Rickers
Presenter (All or Nothing): Tara Maguire
Writer (Kerching!): Marcus Powell
Taj Lewis: Devon Anderson
Seymour: Tendayi Jembere
Danny: Jamie Sweeney
Missy: Tisha Martin
Kareesha: Velile Tshabalala
Mum: Judy Browne
Omar: Jaeden Burke
Ricardo: Danny Young
Writer (UGetMe): Nick Hoare

: CBBC

Ends 10.15.

Mona the Vampire
Mr. Williams is seen with a bizarre and worrying model of the town.

9.00 The Basil Brush Show
Stephen has a spell put on him.

9.25 Bruno the Kid
Bruno works for a top secret agency.

9.50 Arthur
The kids make a film. DW is sent to her room.

Contributors

Writer (The Basil Brush Show): Matt King

: CBeebies

Ends 12:00.

10.15 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Clifford's talent for digging suddenly comes in very useful.

10.30 Bob the Builder
Chaos ensues when the machines are left to tidy up the yard.

10.40 Binka
Spit the cat eats Binka's lunch.

10.50 Fimbles
Pom finds some keys. First shown on BBC1

11.10 Tweenies
Milo meets a little blue plane.
BBC Tweenies Magazine: published monthly £1.40. New issue on sale now

11.30 Teletubbies
An Indian boy plays on a drum.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Taxi

Honour Thy Father. Alex shows little interest in healing family
WOUndS. Then Afoot Again In the Past Miriam Margolyes recalls past holidays.

Contributors

Unknown: Miriam Margolyes

: Working Lunch

Finance and business news with Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: FA Cup Draw

Live from the FA headquarters in Soho Square, London, the draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup.

: World Darts

Further coverage of first-round action from the World Darts championship. Including, at 3.20, News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News); Weather

: Ready Steady Cook

Cookery contest.

: Weakest Link

Nine contestants from the same department store trade some badinage today on the elimination quiz.

: The Simpsons

Dead Putting Society. Homer and Ned Flanders put pressure on their sons to win a miniature golf championship after making a heated bet. Fancy the Simpsons theme on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.oom

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

I Know Why the Caged Bird Screams. Carlton, being the university's football team mascot, is abducted by the students from a rival college on the eve of a big game.
Another episode is on Thursday at 6.20pm

: Farscape

Terra Firma. Contact has been established between
Earth and the crew from Moya, but Crichton refuses to share alien technology with only one nation.
www.bbc.co.uk/cult/farscape

Contributors

Unknown: Terra Firma.

: Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain

The Age of the Carpenter. The Bolton steeplejack examines the carpentry that helped turn castles of the Middle Ages into homes. At Stokesay in Shropshire, the oldest moated and fortified house in England, he learns how massive arched timber roofs were constructed. Little
Moreton Hall in Cheshire is one of the finest examples of timber-framed architecture, but how was it constructed?
Director/Producer David Hall

Contributors

Unknown: Moreton Hall
Producer: David Hall

: University Challenge

University College London and Emmanuel College,
Cambridge, compete for a place in the quarter-finals of the quiz. Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.
Director: Tracey Rooney
Producer: Peter Gwyn

: Escape to the Country

Brian has had enough of living in south-west London because he never gets enough snow. Now his sports-writer wife Olivia has agreed to move up to the Highlands with their two young daughters. They have £170,000 to spend on a stone-built house, which must be thousands of feet above sea level and boast fabulous views.
Series editor Kate Roberts

Contributors

Editor: Kate Roberts

: Comedy Night

Ends 10.30.
Never Mind the Buzzcocks For the 100th edition of the comedy music quiz, regulars Mark Lamarr , Phill Jupitus and Bill Bailey are joined by Right Said Fred singer Richard Fairbrass , Charlie Simpson from Busted, punk survivor John Otway and television presenter Suzi Perry.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producers Simon Bullivant and Warren Prentice
9.30 Shooting Stars The celebrity comedy quiz returns for a fifth ten-part series. Hosts Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer are joined by team captains Ulrika Jonsson and Will Self, plus regular guest Johnny Vegas , and Matt Lucas as George Dawes. Tonight's guests are Jeremy Edwards , Amanda Donohoe and Curtis Stigers.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Lisa Clark Repeated on Thursday at
9.30pm on BBC Choice First shown on BBC Choice
10.00 The Kumars at No 42 The comedy chat show returns for a new ten-part series. Tonight 1970s heart-throb Donny Osmond and boy band Westlife find themselves at the mercy of the Kumar family. With Sanjeev Bhaskar , Meera Syal , Indira Joshi and Vincent Ebrahim.
Written by Richard Pinto , Sharat Sardana and Sanjeev Bhaskar ; Producers Lissa Evans. Richard Pinto and Sharat Sardana ; Executive producers Jimmy Mulville and Denise O'Donoghue
Repeated on Wednesday at 10.35pm on BBC Choice

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lamarr
Unknown: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Bill Bailey
Singer: Richard Fairbrass
Singer: Charlie Simpson
Unknown: John Otway
Presenter: Suzi Perry.
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producers: Simon Bullivant
Producers: Warren Prentice
Unknown: Vic Reeves
Unknown: Bob Mortimer
Unknown: Ulrika Jonsson
Unknown: Johnny Vegas
Unknown: Matt Lucas
Unknown: George Dawes.
Unknown: Jeremy Edwards
Unknown: Amanda Donohoe
Unknown: Curtis Stigers.
Director: Richard Valentine
Producer: Lisa Clark
Unknown: Donny Osmond
Unknown: Sanjeev Bhaskar
Unknown: Meera Syal
Unknown: Indira Joshi
Unknown: Vincent Ebrahim.
Written By: Richard Pinto
Written By: Sharat Sardana
Written By: Sanjeev Bhaskar
Producers: Lissa Evans.
Producers: Richard Pinto
Producers: Sharat Sardana
Producers: Jimmy Mulville
Producers: Denise O'Donoghue

: Newsnight

Analysis of the news, with KirstyWark.
Editor George Entwistle

Contributors

Editor: George Entwistle

: World Darts

Highlights of first-round matches in the World Darts championship. Mervyn King, last year's runner-up, was due to begin his challenge against Steve Coote. Also in action is Colin Monk against Shaun Greatbatch , the first player to hit a live televised nine-dart shoot-out.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Coote.
Unknown: Shaun Greatbatch








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