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: CBeebies

Ends 6.50.

Florrie finds a red balloon.


Ends 8.10.
Pocket Dragon Adventures Cartoon fun.
7.00 Blue Peter With sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm
7.30 UGetMe Ash and Ben produce an amazing demo tape.
Contact details on Monday First shown on CBBC channel
7.40 Ocean Odyssey Neri and Jason are confronted by Shersheba and Malakat.
8.05 Newsround


joe: Luke Bailey
Kit: Kieri Noddings
Carly: Dominique Moore
Ash: Kavi Shastri
Ben: Josh Herdman

: CBeebies

Ends 9.00.

Clifford the Big Red Dog
Charley is gripped by a new craze.

8.25 Balamory
In the first of today's two episodes, Suzie wants to play a driving game.
More at 3.25pm.
For cast see Tuesday

First shown on CBeebies channel

8.45 Teletubbies Everywhere
Chilean boys and girls play with huge piles of autumn leaves

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays


Writer ("Balamory"): Wayne Jackman

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Day three highlights.
Shown yesterday, 9.30pm

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.00 Megamaths (ages 7-9)
Division - Divide by Five 10.20 Hands Up! (ages 5-7) Signed
Words and Pictures - the Dancing Hen 4649423 10.35 Storytime (ages 4-5) Two Greedy Bears 8291978 10.50 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 6-7) Long Vowel Spelling - The Big WideMouthed Frog "s/es 8205171 11.05 Pod's Mission (ages 8-9) Year Four: Circuits and Conductors 8932404 11.20 Primary Geography (ages 7-9)
France - the Camargue

: The Daily Politics

Political news.

: Wimbledon 2003

Coverage of today's remaining second-round matches. With
Sue Barker. BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information

: Balamory

Archie invents a noisy hat.
For cast see Tuesday
First shown on CBeebies channel


Writer: Kath Yelland


Ends 5.35.
Arthur Muffy discovers she has head lice.
4.10 All or Nothing Two more teams compete in the game show.
Repeated tomorrow 7am First shown on CBBC channel
4 35 Viva S Club The band get lost.
Episode written by Georgia Pritchett


Unknown: Arthur Muffy
Written By: Georgia Pritchett
Jo: Jo O'Meara
Tina: Tina Barrett
Jon: Jon Lee
Hannah: Hannah Spearritt
Bradley: Bradley McLntosh
Rachel: Rachel Stevens
Lyall: Jeremy Silverstein

: Short Change

More price-busting products and best deals on the high street. With Angellica Bell ,
Rhodri Owen and Ortis. www.bbc.co.uk/shortchange


Unknown: Angellica Bell
Unknown: Rhodri Owen

: Newsround

Topical reports.

: Wimbledon 2003

Continued live coverage from the grass courts of SW19 as the second round draws to a close. At this stage last year British interest in the men's doubles faded as Martin Lee and Arvind Parmar lost by three sets to two, beaten by the Australians Andrew Florent and David MacPherson.
And in the women's doubles Britain's Lucie Ahl and Elena Baltacha
lost to Sandrine Testud from France and Italian
Roberta Vinci. Introduced by Sue Barker.
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. www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information Homework helper: page 38
Subsequent programmes may change or run late


Unknown: Martin Lee
Unknown: Arvind Parmar
Unknown: Andrew Florent
Unknown: David MacPherson.
Unknown: Elena Baltacha
Unknown: Sandrine Testud
Unknown: Roberta Vinci.
Introduced By: Sue Barker.
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.

: What the Stuarts Did for Us

Innovations from the Stuart era come underthe spotlight. The Organysed Isle. Adam Hart-Davis shows how the Stuarts introduced order with the first public transport, street lighting, fire brigade and high-street bank. But the greatest innovation was in politics: the unification of England and Scotland under one king and one flag and the founding of the constitutional monarchy we have today. Producer Paul King ; Series producer Paul Bradshaw www.bbc.co.uk/history/programmes/tudors_stuarts
SmartTV Featured in this term's issue of Smart TV magazine: available from WHSmith; or order on [number removed]


Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Producer: Paul King
Producer: Paul Bradshaw

: Fawlty Towers: The Hotel Inspectors

Basil is in terror when he hears some hotel inspectors are visiting the town.
(For cast see Monday)

: Today at Wimbledon

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


Unknown: John Inverdale

: Newsnight

Presented by Jeremy Paxman.


Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.

: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

American stand-up Rich Hall is invited to draw up a guest list for a fantasy dinner party. Through his choices, he reveals to Anne Robinson details about his past, love of music and problems with women - but why does he want to confront a former dictator and the world's richest man? Producer Rebecca Sandiford ; Series producer Karen Steyn


Unknown: Rich Hall
Unknown: Anne Robinson
Producer: Rebecca Sandiford
Producer: Karen Steyn

: Red Dwarf: Kryten

First episode of the second series, first shown in 1988.
The crew receives a distress call from the crashed Nova 5 and discover the only survivors are a service mechanoid and three female officers.


Writer: Rob Grant
Writer: Doug Naylor
Producer: Rob Grant
Producer: Doug Naylor
Director/Producer: Ed Bye

: Witness

Historical events are given a new perspective by those who saw them happening.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science - generating electricity for an underwater light. 7816235 1.05 What Have the 80s Ever Done for Us? - including the first DNA fingerprints, and a glimpse atthe origins of the universe. 1088669 1.15 Background Brief - is matter teleportation a science fact or plain science fiction? 1068805 1.30 The Lapedo Child - how 25,000-year-old remains sparked a controversial forensic investigation into modern human ancestry. 38553 2.30 Acid Politics-assessing the aftermath of the debate over reducing acid rain.
20620893.20 Ever Wondered?
Curriculum Development 3.30 Dead Drunk - an educational short drama that looks at the culture of drinking.
Languages 4.00 Germany Inside Out: Hamburg and the North; Berlin- Guide to German travel, people and culture.
The Tool Kit to Communicating 5.00 Confidence Lab Open University 6.00 Waving Not Drowning

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