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: CBBC

Ends 7.25.

The Wild Thornberrys
Debbie threatens to tell their parents about Eliza's special gift.

: CBBC Channel Taster

Ends 8.30.
All or Nothing Another five-way fight for survival. Hosted by Jamie Rickers and Tara Maguire.
Catch another edition tomorrow on CBBC channel
7.50 Kerchlng! Taj sets up a dating agency, but is astonished to find his mum is one of the first clients. Written by Uewella Gideon and Lynn Peters For cast see Monday Another episode at 5pm on CBBC channel
8.15 UGetMe Kit and Carly decide that the UGetMe radio show is not going to end its broadcast.
For cast see Tuesday Contact details on Monday The story continues next Monday on CBBC channel

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Rickers
Unknown: Tara Maguire.
Written By: Uewella Gideon
Written By: Lynn Peters

: CBBC

Ends 10.15.
Mona the Vampire Double bill.
Mona thinks Dottie's been hexed, while Angela's new pet parrot seems a little bit too clever.
9.00 The Basil Brush Show Has
Mortimer stolen Basil's popularity? Written by Ged Allen
9.25 Bruno the Kid A top secret stealth-plane is stolen and it's up to Bruno to get it back.
9.50 Arthur Buster becomes big-headed, and DW's music taste annoys Arthur.

Contributors

Written By: Ged Allen
Unknown: Arthur Buster

: CBeebies

Ends 12.00.
Clifford the Big Red Dog Jetta ridicules Emily for not planning enough exciting activities for her
"homemade" party.
10.30 Bob the Builder Mr Beasley makes a terrible job of building his allotment lean-to.
10.40 Bill and Ben The duo challenge
Slowcoach to a nut-gathering contest.
10.50 Ambles Rome is enchanted by her latest discovery- a music box. Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
11.10 Tweenies Max goes to the Isle of Man looking for fairies. His search takes him on a horse tram, a steam train and a walk in the woods.
11.30 Teletubbies The tubby custard machine makes bubbles that burst all over Home Hill, leaving Noo Noo to tidy up. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Beasley
Unknown: Tweenies Max

: Taxi

Wherefore Art Thou, Bobby?
Tony brings an aspiring actor to meet Bobby. Then Afoot Again in the Past A visit to Salisbury Cathedral.

: Working Lunch

Business news.

: World Darts

It's the quarter-finals at the Lakeside Country Club, where Ray Stubbs presents the World Darts championship action. At this stage of last year's competition, eventual champion, Tony David of Australia, continued his amazing run towards the final, with a hard-fought 5-4 victory over Bob Taylor. Including, at 3.20, News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News); Weather (Wi

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Tony David
Unknown: Bob Taylor.

: Ready Steady Cook

Cookery challenge. Hosted by Ainsley Harriott. <w) 23

Contributors

Unknown: Ainsley Harriott.

: Weakest Link

Another acerbic-tongued episode ofthe quiz.

: The Simpsons

Bart Gets Hit by a Car. Homer resorts to lucrative litigation when Mr Burns hits Bart with his car.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Burns

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

You'd Better Shop Around. Will quits universityto become a successful car salesman.

: Robot Wars: the Sixth Wars

Spawn Again returns to face Supernova, while there are challenges from the Hassocks Hog and Hot Pants. With Craig Charles , Philippa Forrester and Jonathan Pearce. Director Derek Wheeler ; Series producer Bill Hobbins
First shown on BBC Choice

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Charles
Unknown: Jonathan Pearce.
Director: Derek Wheeler
Producer: Bill Hobbins

: Aztecs: for Blood and Gold

As London's Royal Academy hosts a major exhibition of Aztec culture, William Feaver immerses himself in a society of astonishing richness, beauty and cruelty, tracing the history of its people from their mythical beginnings to their violent end at the hands of the Spanish conquistadors. Director Martina Hall ; Executive producer David Okuefuna
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: William Feaver
Director: Martina Hall
Producer: David Okuefuna

: Bill Oddie Goes Wild

Bill Oddie visits Somerset in spring in the first of a new eight-part series. Flowers are blooming and Oddie is in his element as he watches badgers by twilight, little owls by day, encounters a baby heron, samples the county's famous cider, and enjoys the after-dawn chorus.
Producer Sean Christian : Series producer Stephen Moss 20 programmes to change your life: page 16

Contributors

Producer: Sean Christian
Producer: Stephen Moss

: The Winter Flying Gardener

Evergreen Garden. Chris Beardshaw opens the first of the new six-part series by demonstrating how the British garden need not be dead, dull and depressing in winter.
Giving motivation for viewers to bring greenery and colour into their own gardens, he gets into his helicopter and heads for the Lake District in search of inspiration.
Series producer Kathy Myers www.bbc.co.uk/gardening 20 programmes to change your life: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Beardshaw
Producer: Kathy Myers

: White Slaves, Pirate Gold - Timewatch

A shipwreck off Devon uncovered much more than a haul of Islamic coins and jewellery- it also revealed a forgotten time, when coastal Europe lived in terror of the "Barbary pirates". The first of six new Timewatch documentaries travels from the wreck to the spice markets of Morocco to tell the story behind the ship, and explain why over a million Europeans vanished into North Africa in the 250 years from 1570.
Director Harry Marshall ; Producer Laura Marshall

Contributors

Director: Harry Marshall
Producer: Laura Marshall

: Ray Mears's Country Tracks

How nature can provide products from bandages to soap. Series producer Patrick Flavelle (Revised repeat)

Contributors

Producer: Patrick Flavelle

: Dinnerladies

A rerun of the first series of the canteen comedy written by and starring Victoria Wood. First shown in 1998. Monday. It's another cold, early morning and Bren is happy, but Jean is preoccupied with bridesmaids' knickers.
Director Geoff Posner : Producers Victoria Wood , Geoff Posner

Contributors

Unknown: Victoria Wood.
Director: Geoff Posner
Producers: Victoria Wood
Producers: Geoff Posner

: Newsnight

Presented by KirstyWark.

: Newsnight Review

Ian Hislop , Alkarim Jivani and Rosie Boycott join host
Kirsty Wark to discuss the week's cultural highs and lows. Producer Tanya Hudson Repeated next Sunday on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Alkarim Jivani
Unknown: Rosie Boycott
Unknown: Kirsty Wark
Producer: Tanya Hudson

: World Darts

Quarter-final highlights from Frimley
Green in Surrey. Presented by Ray Stubbs.

Contributors

Presented By: Ray Stubbs.

: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Uncut version of yesterday evening's episode. Shown yesterday at 6.45pm

: Nightbreed

Horror, written and directed by Clive Barker. Convinced by his psychiatrist (David Cronenberg ) that he is a killer, Boone seeks shelter in the city of Midian, a place inhabited by monsters where sins are forgiven.
Widescreen. Review page 50. (1990,18)

Contributors

Directed By: Clive Barker.
Unknown: David Cronenberg








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