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Working In the Arts 5.00 The Future
Open University 6.00 The Arch Never Sleeps
6.30 Soaring Achievements
The Woody Woodpecker
(Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1)
7.20 Dennis the Menace
More fun with the Beano boy.
7.45 Captain Abercromby
The crew are invited to a party when they visit Rabadabdab.
8.00 Round the Twist
Mr Snapper endorses a "spaghetti pig-out" in an attempt to raise money for a new school gym.
8.25 Flint the Time Detective
On a trip to ancient Greece, Flint meets the brawny Muscles.
8.45 Pocket Dragon Adventures
The dragons meet a friendly witch.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
The mess in Emily's bedroom threatens to overwhelm her.
9.15 Bob the Builder
0Mr Ellis plans to renovate the museum.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
9.30 Bill and Ben
Weed and the flowerpot men wake up to find a garden full of litter.
Florrie finds a balloon.
Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
The gang discover that they are all good at something.
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10.20 Science Zone (ages 9-11)
Electricity: Power to the People 5385552 10.40 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Shape: Patterns
11.00 Look and Read (ages 9-11) Spelling with the Spellits Year 5-6 (Programme 8)
11.20 Focus (ages 9-11) Social
Inclusion (Programme 1)
11.40 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-9) Weather, Place and People: Arctic Lapland
Rugby ace Will Carting guests on today's business review.
Editor Tracey Hobbs
Hazel Irvine reviews the action from the first week of the World championships in St Moritz, Switzerland, with three of the ten gold medals on offer already decided. Among the highlights will be Norway's
Olympic champion Kjetil-Andre Aamodt in the men's super-G, while Italy's Daniella Ceccarelli will be looking to prove that last year's gold at the Salt Lake City Olympics was no fluke. Fancy the Ski Sunday theme tune on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com
Further coverage of the quarter-finals in this year's Masters tournament, presented by Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott from Wembley Conference Centre.
At this stage last year, current
UK champion Mark Williams claimed a 6-4 victory over the seven-times world champion Stephen Hendry , who last won the Masters competition in 1996 with a 10-5 win over Ronnie O'Sullivan. Including, at 3.20, News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News). Weather
Lisa's 's Pony. The cost is high when Homer tries to prove his love for Lisa, whom he usually ignores.
Fresh Prince: the Movie. Will tells a tale about being the witness to a gangland killing,
Continuing coverage from Wembley Conference Centre. The last quarter-final spot in the Masters tournament will be decided tonight. Presented by Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott. www.bbc.co.uk/snooker
Continuing the series celebrating Britain's rural life,
Clarissa Dickson Wright and Johnny Scott visit the Holker estate in Cumbria, owned for centuries by the Cavendish family. The duo try shrimping in Morecambe Bay and find the source of salt-marsh lamb. Meanwhile, Scott's dog Tug takes part in a local puppy show, before taking to the Fells. Director Donald Coutts : Series producer David Peat
On a trip to south-west Ireland, Oddie searches for the Irish hare and then, using a book given to him as a birthday gift, visits locations allegedly inhabited by fairies. He also takes a boat trip out on the Atlantic to visit an abandoned monastery that is now home to thousands of seabirds.
Producer Sean Christian ; Series producer Stephen Moss
Glass Garden. Chris Beardshaw visits Georgian Bicton Park in Devon and then travels to Cornwall for the glass pineapple houses of Heligan and the technologically inspiring Eden Project to see how some of the most impressive winter gardens have flourished in conservatories and glass houses. Director Sue Hartridge-Gray ; Series producer Kathy Myers www.bbc.co.uk/gardening BBC MAGAZINES: Gardens Illustrated, £3.50; Gardeners World, £2.60. New issue on sale today
The first action involving the British in the First World War was a cavalry skirmish - German lances against British swords. But, within eight weeks, any hopes for a swift end to the war were dashed when it was transformed into a bloody trench stalemate that would last for three years.
Why did the whole nature of warfare change so dramatically during this one brief period? Timewatch investigates.
Producer Paul Bradshaw ; Editor Laurence Rees See Peacemakers, showing tonight at 10pm on BBC4
While Lindsay Cannon tries her hand at paragliding, Mears prepares a meal including shellfish and noodles.
Series producer Patrick Flavelle (Revised repeat)
Fifth episode of Victoria Wood 's comedy series from 1998. Party. Bren's romantic hopes for the Japanese-themed works party are dashed by her mother's appetite for sake. Director Geoff Posner ; Producers Geoff Posner , Victoria Wood
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Cultural review, with guests Bonnie Greer , Miranda Sawyer and Mark Kermode joining presenter Mark Lawson.
Another chance to see part four of this science fictiondrama. Shown on Saturday at 9pm Taking them by storm: page 9
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Open Science 1.00 After the Genome - marking the 50th anniversary of the discovery of DNA. 92748191.50 What Have the 1980s Ever Done for Us?
Languages 2.00 Spanish Journey (part 2)
National Test Revision 3.00 Revisewise at School: Revisewise Maths 1- preparing for the Key Stage 2 national tests.