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: CBeebies

Ends 6.50.

Fimbles
Florrie finds a clockwork toy duck.

: CBBC

Ends 8.30.

Pocket Dragon Adventures
Specs tries to impress a Princess, with disastrous results.

7.00 Blue Peter
With sign language. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1

7.30 Taz-Mania
A double bill of animated fun with the frantic furball.

7.50 Ocean Odyssey
Neri is captured by PRAXIS. Shersheba and Malakat arrive in Australia.

8.15 Fix and Foxi
Fix, Foxi and Lupo board a ghost ship, then Professor Knox accidentally shrinks himself.

: CBeebies

Ends 10.20.

Little Bear
The skunks lose their baby, then it's Mothers' Day, and the friends follow a trail of footprints.

8 55 Bob the Builder
Can the gang find treasure with Bob's new metal detector

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

9.10 Balamory
Will Spencer find Philip in time for the Teddy Bears' Picnic?
Episode written by Kath Yelland
For cast see Tuesday
First shown on CBeebies channel

9.30 Teletubbies Everywhere
Children in Taiwan have fun with balloon umbrellas.

9.40 Fimbles
Fimbo finds a shiny button but doesn't want to share it.

10.00 Tweenies
Max catches several things on his fishing trip - but none of them are fish.
BBC Tweenies magazine: £1.40
Video: Tweenies: Let's Play

Contributors

Writer ("Balamory"): Kath Yelland

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.20 Hands Up! (ages 5-7) Signed Words and Pictures - This Is the Bear and the Scary Night 4147015 10.35 Watch (ages 5-7) Magic Grandad 90 Years Ago - Cars and No Cars
10.50 Words and Pictures Plus
(ages 6-7) Long Vowel Spelling-Only Joking Laughed the Lobster ing- 8703763 11.05 Pod's Mission (ages 8-9) Year Four:
Friction 1 8430096 11.20 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-9) France -Paris

: The Daily Politics

Political news, with Andrew Neil and Daisy Sampson.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Daisy Sampson.

: Working Lunch

Business news.

: Tennis

Sue Barker presents fourth-day coverage from the Queen's Club in west London, as the competition intensifies to reach Sunday's final. Since the tournament's inception 25 years ago, 21 Wimbledon champions have played at
Queen's in the run-up to their All England Club success.
A host of world-class players will be attempting to wrest the title from three-times champion Lleyton Hewitt , who will also be defending his Wimbledon crown this year. Including, at 3.20, News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News); Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Lleyton Hewitt

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz, with Anne Robinson.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson.

: The Simpsons

The Trouble with Trillions. When Homer's tax returns fail to add up, the government forces him to take on an undercover mission.

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Bang the Drum Ashley. Ashley's father wants her to continue her violin lessons, but Will has other ideas.

: Malcolm in the Middle

The new third series of the US comedy opens with a double bill. Houseboat. It's summer vacation, and Malcolm and his rowdy clan are cruising a lake in a houseboat.
7.10 Emancipation. Still reeling from Francis's break for freedom, can Lois and Hal come to terms with their newly independent son? Jane Kaczmarek , Face of the Week: page 67

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Kaczmarek

: So What Do You Do All Day?

A meeting with a former pom star, a ride in a private plane and an in-depth discussion on the ultimate bar room fittings prove to be all in a day's work for Californian John Gray.
Adrian Chiles shadows the millionaire owner of Spearmint Rhino, the world's most successful lap-dancing empire.
Director Jim Brown ; Producer Robert Finighan

Contributors

Unknown: John Gray.
Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Director: Jim Brown
Producer: Robert Finighan

: The Nation's Favourite Food

Party Food. Celebrating the end of the series, this programme focuses on Britain's choice of party food. Students demonstrate the pulling power of the cocktail sausage,
Tamara Beckwith explains buffet survivalism and top chefs pass judgement on our choices. Narrated by Richard E Grant. Director Richard Thomson ; Series producer Richard Bowron

Contributors

Unknown: Tamara Beckwith
Unknown: Richard E Grant.
Director: Richard Thomson
Producer: Richard Bowron

: What the Stuarts Did for Us

Desygner Livinge. Adam Hart-Davis examines some of the innovations that marked an era of grand design, including the architecture of Christopher Wren , urine-based colourfast dyes, and a trendy new drink known as coffee. Producer Nikita Lalwani ; Series producer Paul Bradshaw naroi Featured in this term's issue of Smart TV magazine:
SmartTV available from WHSmith; or order on 01795

Contributors

Unknown: Desygner Livinge.
Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Unknown: Christopher Wren
Producer: Nikita Lalwani
Producer: Paul Bradshaw

: Kill or Cure

Phil's Decision. At 36, Phil Such had a well-paid job as a sports journalist, an active social life and a picturesque flat in Bristol. The same year he was diagnosed with the fatal wasting illness Motor Neurone Disease. The progression of the disease has been rapid and, despite the feelings of his live-in nurse and partner, Phil is determined to take control of his death now that he can no longer control his life. Director Rachel Coughlan ; Executive producer EdwinaVardey

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Such
Director: Rachel Coughlan

: Porridge

Ronnie Barker stars in the classic prison-based sitcom.
A Day Out. Fletcher and Godber are allowed out as part of a work gang. But can they get back in? Writers Dick Clement , Ian La Frenais ; Producer Sydney Lotterby

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie Barker
Unknown: Dick Clement
Unknown: Ian La Frenais

: Newsnight

Presented by KirstyWark. (skw)

: 15 Storeys High

Pool Kids. After ejecting a troublesome child from the swimming pool, Vince is targeted by a local gang. Written by Sean Lock and Martin Trenaman ; Director Mark Nunneley
Producer Phil Bowker First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Written By: Sean Lock
Written By: Martin Trenaman
Director: Mark Nunneley
Producer: Phil Bowker

: The Whistle Test Years

Bob Harris introduces performances from 1984 and 1985. Featuring
Billy Bragg, Cocteau Twins, Lou Reed, Sade and the Pogues.

Contributors

Presenter: Bob Harris
Contributor: Billy Bragg
Contributor: Lou Reed
Producer: Mark Hagen

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science 73260671.05 What Have the 60s Ever Done for Us? 15799611.15 Background Brief: Our Biggest Smallest Threat? 1493597 1.30 Wild Moves - Land 41597 2.00 Fighting Rust in Your Car 37955 2.30 Controlling Carnival Crowds? 2480481 3.20 Ever Wondered?
Curriculum Development 3.30 Teaching Secondary Art Languages 4.00 France Inside Out (parts 4-5) Working In Hospitality 5.00 The Future
Open University 6.00 Evaluating Pre-School Education








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