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: CBBC

Ends 11.00.

Arthur
Buster can't forgive Binky for stealing his joke.

7.15 Looney Tunes
More Warner Bros animated fun with Tweety, Foghorn Leghorn and Sylvester.

7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
Will Yvon be an ice-hockey legend?

8.00 Smile
Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar present the live and interactive entertainment show, featuring Jodi Lei and R 'n' B boy band 3rd Edge talking about their latest releases. Plus animated fun with Cavegirt, Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania, Jackie Chan Adventures and Rugrats.
Email: [email removed]

10.35 Serious Jungle
Series about young people helping to return endangered orang-utans to the wild. The mission starts with a two-day trek to base camp.

Contributors

Presenter ("Smile"): Fearne Cotton
Presenter ("Smile"): Reggie Yates
Presenter ("Smile"): DJ Devstar
Guest ("Smile"): Jodi Lei
Guest ("Smile"): 3rd Edge
Director ("Smile"): Ian Trill
Series Producer ("Smile"): Fiona Robinson

: Ed Stone Is Dead

Dead Poet. Ed is finding it very boring being dead. so he begins writing poetry.
Written by Bennett Arron

Contributors

Written By: Bennett Arron
Ed Stone: Richard Blackwood
Nigel Winterbourne: Bill Paterson
Kate Carter: Claudie Blakley
Beth Crenshaw: Sasha Pick
Adam Deerfield: Daniel Brockleback

: Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

Treasure of the Peacock's Eye Returning to England, Indy and Remy seek a legendary diamond. With guests Tom Courtenay and Adrian Edmondson.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Courtenay
Unknown: Adrian Edmondson.

: Wildlife on Two

Rockies and Rollers. Penguins, sea lions and albatrosses are all dependent on the food-rich seas of the Falkland Islands.

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by John Inverdale.
1.40 Australian Open Tennis
Highlights of the men's singles final played last night in Melbourne.
2.35 Racing Europe Champion Hurdle from Leopardstown, a Grade One race won last year by favourite Ned Kelly. Plus highlights of the Arkle Chase.
2.55 Olympic Dreams Athletes preparing for Athens 2004.
3.00 Boxing World championship highlights from California, with a major unification bout in the welterweight division.
Unbeaten WBC champion
Vernon Forrest tackles WBA title holder Ricardo Mayorga.
4.00 Rugby Union Quarter-final Powergen Cup highlights from the weekend's fixtures.
4.30 Ski Sunday Kitzbuhel in Austria is the setting for the latest round of the men's alpine skiing World Cup.
Producer (Ski Sunday) Gabby Cook
Editor Michael Cole

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale.
Unknown: Ned Kelly.
Unknown: Ricardo Mayorga.
Editor: Michael Cole

: Songs of Praise

Pam Rhodes travels to Edinburgh to mark tomorrow's Holocaust Memorial Day. She meets a concentration camp survivor and a Jewish woman shipped to Scotland in 1939. Hymns include The Lord's My Shepherd and Beauty for Brokenness.
See also Correspondent - the Betrayed at 7.15pm and Les Arts Florissants: Le Jardin des Voix at 7.05pm on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Pam Rhodes

: Wild Scotland

Deer Island. The island of Rum is famous for its red deer, filmed here, alongside other species, by Gordon Buchanan. Director Anna Mike ; Producer Roger Webb

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Buchanan.
Director: Anna Mike
Producer: Roger Webb

: Africa Bush Rescue

South Africa's wildlife has for years been the target of hunters, but efforts are now being made to claim back wilderness areas and rebuild populations. For ten days Saba Douglas-Hamilton teams up with two vets working on the project. Director Jo Scofield ; Producer Clare Brook

Contributors

Director: Jo Scofield
Producer: Clare Brook

: Natural World

Highgrove–a Prince's Legacy. Rimed over a year, this documentary provides a rare look behind the walls of Highgrove, home to Prince Charles. The prince, a strong advocate of organic principles, is seen playing an active role in maintaining the 25-acre garden and 1,000-acre farm, where achieving a natural balance between commercial farming, productive gardening and a diverse wildlife population presents an ongoing challenge.
Producer Sarah Pitt ; Series editor Michael Gunton www.bbc.co.uk/nature
High hopes for Highgrove: page 12
BOOK: Discover more about Highrove in the Prince of Wales's book The Garden at Highgrove, published by Weidenfeld Nicolson , price L25

Contributors

Producer: Sarah Pitt
Editor: Michael Gunton
Unknown: Weidenfeld Nicolson

: Correspondent - the Betrayed

In a report to coincide with the Holocaust season, Fergal Keane investigates the slaughter of Armenians in 1915 - a massacre which has returned to haunt Turkey and its western allies. This Correspondent special investigates a story of genocide, political intrigue and a people betrayed. Producer James Miller ; Editor Karen O'Connor The season concludes tomorrow at 1.35pm with the film The Island on Bird Street

Contributors

Unknown: Fergal Keane
Producer: James Miller
Editor: Karen O'Connor

: The Best of Top Gear

First of three programmes featuring the most contentious, irreverent and humorous clips from the last series. With Jeremy Clarkson , Jason Dawe and Richard Hammond.
Executive producer Gary Hunter

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Jason Dawe
Unknown: Richard Hammond.
Producer: Gary Hunter

: Seven Ways to Topple Saddam

As the west looks poised finally to try ending the reign of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein , is war the most viable option? Rod Liddle asks whether a reaHife James Bond could do the job, and whether smart bombs could outwit a master of disguise - as well as pondering the fate of other dictators. Producer Gillian Bancroft ; Executive producer Maxine Watson Rod Liddle courts controversy again: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Saddam Hussein
Unknown: Rod Liddle
Unknown: James Bond
Producer: Gillian Bancroft
Producer: Maxine Watson

: Extreme Lives

The Great Dog Race. A London couple move to Alaska to train a team of huskies for a 1,000 mile dog race.
Director David Sington ; Series producer Steve Robinson

Contributors

Director: David Sington
Producer: Steve Robinson

: The X Files

Audrey Pauley. Agent Reyes's fate lies in the hands of a hospital employee when she is injured in a car accident.
www.bbc.co.uk/cult/xfiles

Contributors

Unknown: Audrey Pauley.
Dana Scully: Gillian Anderson
John Doggett: Robert Patrick
Monica Reyes: Annabeth Gish
Audrey Pauley: Tracey Ellis

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Singer-songwriters Gordon Haskell and Tom McRae , Culture Club's Mikey Craig and presenter June Sarpong guest.
Shown last Monday

Contributors

Singer-Songwriters: Gordon Haskell
Singer-Songwriters: Tom McRae
Unknown: Mikey Craig

: Bedrooms and Hallways

Romantic r comedy featuring Hugo Weaving that charts the amorous adventures experienced by a disparate but interconnected group of people in London. Widescreen. Review page 42.
Director Rose Troche (1998,15) Teach Yourself Hugo Weaving: page 45

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision -Geography Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (parts 1-2) Working In the Arts 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 Was Anybody There?
6.30 The Argument from Design








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