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: CBeebies

Ends 6.50.

Fimbles
Florrie finds some chime bars.

: CBBC

Ends 8.10.

Pocket Dragon Adventures
A precocious toddler has to be cared for.

7.00 Blue Peter
Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday at 5pm

7.30 UGetMe
Carly now wants to get seriously involved in the station.
For cast see Thursday Contact details on Monday
First shown on CBBC channel

7.40 Lizzie McGuire
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm

8.05 Newsround

: CBeebies

Ends 9.00.

Clifford the Big Red Dog
Clifford ignores a warning.

8 25 Balamory
Josie develops a sore foot while buying a gift for a sick boy.
Written by Stuart Gaunt
First shown on CBeebies channel

8.45 Brum
Miss Lover's necklace is stolen.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

Contributors

Writer ("Balamory"): Stuart Gaunt
Archie: Miles Jupp
Spencer: Rodd Christensen
PC Plum: Andrew Agnew
Josie Jump: Buki Akib
Susie Sweet: Mary Riggans
Penny Pocket: Kim Tserkezie
Edie McCredie: Juliet Cadzow

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Highlights of the first day's play. Shown yesterday, 9.30pm

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10 00 Folk Dance (ages 9-12)
Country Dance (part 2)
10.20 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Division - Divide by Three
10.40 Primary Geography (ages 7-9) France - The Alps: Traditions and Tourism 7156502 10.50
Primary Geography (ages 9-12)
Portrait of Europe: The Netherlands by the Sea 6643811 11.10 Let's Write a Story (ages 9-11) Writing Academy Year 5 + 6 - Mystery

: The Daily Politics

News and live coverage from the House of Commons.

: Wimbledon 2003

It's Ladies' Day at the All England Club and defending champion Serena Williams gets the day's action under way on Centre Court. BBCi- digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information

Contributors

Unknown: Serena Williams

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Wimbledon: Players, pundits and personalities 30 June 2017

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.

Tweenies Songtime

3.25 Tikkabilla
Dressing up, castles, and princesses, with Sarah-Jane, Justin and Tamba.

: CBBC

Ends 5.35.
Arthur The blizzard, plus the rat that came to dinner.
41050/50 Pupils from Shawlands
School in Glasgow and Omagh County School compete. Plus music from Gareth Gates. With Angellica Bell.
Rptd tomorrow at 7am Featured in this term's issue of SmartTV magazine: available from WHSmith; or order on 01795 4.35 Ace Lightning Lord Fear takes part in a school play. BBC MAGAZINE: Action Hero, £1.50
5.00 The Really Wild Show
Nick Baker swims with a hawksbill turtle and Michaela Strachan canoes with sea otters.

Contributors

Unknown: Gareth Gates.
Unknown: Angellica Bell.
Unknown: Nick Baker
Unknown: Michaela Strachan

: Newsround Topical

reports.

: Wimbledon 2003

Further coverage of Ladies' Day at the All England Club where defending champion Serena Williams was in action. On the same day last year in the men's singles, Britain's Tim Henman beat Jean-Francois Bachelot of France. In the men's doubles, the British pair of Luke Milligan and Kyle Spencer were beaten by Tim Crichton of Australia and Mark Merklein of the Bahamas.
Commentary comes from John Alexander, Chris Bailey, John Barrett, Boris Becker, Pat Cash, Matt Chilton, Mark Cox, Annabel Croft, Barry Davies, Jo Durie, Peter Fleming, Harry Gration, Ann Jones, John Lloyd, John McEnroe, David Mercer, Simon Reed, Pam Shriver, Bill Threlfall and Virginia Wade.
BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/Information
BBC VIDEO: Wimbledon 2002, featuring highlights of last year's tournament, £14.99 from [web address removed]
Advantage: ladies: page 24
Subsequent programmes may change or run late

Contributors

Unknown: Serena Williams
Unknown: Tim Henman
Unknown: Jean-Francois Bachelot
Unknown: Luke Milligan
Unknown: Kyle Spencer
Unknown: Tim Crichton
Unknown: Mark Merklein
Unknown: John Alexander
Unknown: Chris Bailey
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Pat Cash
Unknown: Matt Chilton
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Annabel Croft
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Jo Durie
Unknown: Peter Fleming
Unknown: Harry Gration
Unknown: Ann Jones
Unknown: John Lloyd
Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Simon Reed
Unknown: Pam Shriver
Unknown: Bill Threlfall
Unknown: Virginia Wade.

: The Way We Cooked

The colourful lives and influences on our eating habits of TV chefs down the decades are celebrated in this re-edited four-part series. Delia Smith has become a national treasure who, for the last 30 years has taught a whole generation how to cook through her TV series and books. Keith Floyd revolutionised TV cookery when he left the studio to take food onto the open road - Floyd on Fish was the first of a number of successful series he made around the world. And both were passionate about the works of Elizabeth David and her contribution to the gastronomic arts. Continues tomorrow at 8.30pm. Producer Graham Strong: Executive producer Katie Lander
(Revised repeat) www.bbc.co.uk/food

Contributors

Unknown: Delia Smith
Unknown: Keith Floyd
Unknown: Elizabeth David
Producer: Katie Lander

: Fawlty Towers

The Builders. Basil and Sybil decide it's time to make some structural alterations to the hotel.
For cast see Monday

: Today at Wimbledon

As the second day draws to a close John Inverdale and his studio guests look back on the results and highlights.
Repeated tomorrow at 9am

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: BBC4 on BBC2: Superfly

Documentary providing a fly's-eye view of one hundred years of genetics research. Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit fly, has helped scientists unlock the secrets of life as the subject of thousands of genetic experiments. Sixty per cent of the human gene pool is the same as the fly's, which is plentiful and easily available. Using specialist photography and 3-D animation the programme explores the fly's world, meeting gay, drunk and violent flies, as well as mutants high on crack cocaine, all lovingly raised by scientists past and present. Now it seems the fruit fly could be instrumental in helping find a cure for cancer. Director Philip Smith ; Executive producer Nicolas Kent
Followed by Witness

Contributors

Director: Philip Smith
Producer: Nicolas Kent

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University
12.30 Welfare for All? - Britain's post-war welfare state promised to take care of everybody - but was that really what happened? 2636

11.00 Your Place or Mine? - the way particular places have different meanings for people. 86380

1.30 Film Montage The Projection of Modernity- in the 1920s Soviet film-makers Eisenstein and Vertov invented a visual language to communicate their political ideology.

Secondary Schools
2.00 Black Peoples of the Americas - an evocative investigation into why and how people of African origin came to live in the Americas.

Languages
4.00 Talk German (parts 5-6)/Germany Inside Out Munich and the South
The Tool Kit to Communication

5.00 Confidence Lab - experts try to change the lives of four underconfident people.

Open University
6.00 The Birth of Calculus








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