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: CBeebies

Ends 6.50.

The friends play a hide-and-seek game. (R) (S) (W)


Ends 11.15.

Fix and Foxi
Professor Knox and Lupini are captured by a two-lleaded alien, then Pip, Pep and Lucky have a Halloween party. (R) (S)

7.05 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
The gang encounter the fearsome Minotaur. (R) (S) (W)

7.30 Smile
Rava and Spike-E from Blazin' Squad and Luke Bailey of CBBC's new drama UGetMe join Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates in the studio, and Reggie makes a case for Liberty X's Kelli in the battle for the title YourRiddims YourUK 2003.
Includes the usual competitions and games, plus cartoon fun with Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Dennis the Menace and Even Stevens.
(S) (W) [website removed]

10.30 UGetMe
Omnibus of the series about a radio show for teenagers.
For cast see Thursday (S)(W)


Guest ("Smile"): Luke Bailey
Presenter ("Smile"): Fearne Cotton
Presenter ("Smile"): Reggie Yates
Director ("Smile"): Ian Trill
Series Producer ("Smile"): Fiona Robinson

: Hall of Fame

The life and times of Paul McCartney come under the spotlight. (S)


Unknown: Paul McCartney

: Sunday Home and Garden

A Gustavian sitting room, a lounge in the Cotswolds and the home of 19th-century Swedish designer Carl Larson all provide inspiration as Laurence Uewelyn -Bowen goes Scandinavian.
At 12.00, there's a chance to see episode four of Charlie's
Gardening Neighbours. And at 12 30pm, The Antiques Show features Fiona Bruce looking at Folk Art, antiques dealing in Ireland, Art Deco and tips on buying Cornishware.
Director Phil Stein ; Series producer
Vanessa Jackson (S) (W) BBC GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE: E2.40, monthly. New issue on sale now.


Designer: Carl Larson
Unknown: Laurence Uewelyn
Unknown: Fiona Bruce
Director: Phil Stein
Producer: Vanessa Jackson

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by Steve Rider.

1.00, 3.00 Golf
An afternoon of sport from British venues tees off at Loch Lomond with live coverage of the final round of golf's Scottish Open. Local hero Colin Montgomerie will be hoping to recapture the title he won in 1999, when he was ranked number one in Europe. Live coverage of the British Open begins on Thursday at 9am. (S)

1.50 Moto GP
Live coverage of round eight from Donington Park. Will the Italians Valentino Rossi, Max Biaggi and Loris Capirossi dominate proceedings, or can Spain's Sete Gibernau continue his push for the championship? Presented by Suzi Perry.

5.30 Athletics
Live coverage of the Super League meeting, as the Grand Prix circuit reaches Gateshead. Among the stars expected to assemble is Britain's Olympic triple-jump champion Jonathan Edwards. Featuring the women's 400m at 5.54; the men's 100m at 6.16; the men's triple jump at 6.51; the men's 1500m at 7.08; the men's 200m at 7.40; and the women's 800m at 7.50.
Presented by Roger Black.

TV presentation Paul Davies (golf) and Martin Webster (athletics) (W)


Presented By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Loch Lomond
Unknown: Colin Montgomerie
Unknown: Valentino Rossi
Unknown: Max Biaggi
Unknown: Loris Capirossi
Unknown: Sete Gibernau
Presented By: Suzi Perry.
Unknown: Jonathan Edwards.
Presented By: Roger Black.
Unknown: Paul Davies
Unknown: Martin Webster

: Top Gear

The future of motoring is this week's theme: Jeremy Clarkson finds a novel way to drive the new Vauxhall Signum , there's a trip to Germany to test General Motors's revolutionary Hy-wire concept car, while, back in Britain, there's a look at Volkswagen's luxury limo the Phaeton. Actor
Patrick Stewart is the latest "star in a reasonably priced car" and, in an item held over from 22 June, footballer
Graham Le Saux nominates the Audi Quattro as his favourite car ever. Director Brian Klein ; Series editor Andy Wilman (S) (W) BBC MAGAZINES: Top Gear. £3.60. August issue out now


Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Vauxhall Signum
Unknown: Patrick Stewart
Unknown: Graham Le Saux
Director: Brian Klein
Editor: Andy Wilman

: Fighting the War

Continuing the series in which British politicians and military personnel relate their experiences of the recent Gulf conflict. The Siege of Basra. Worried that a full-scale assault on the key southern city of Basra would result in a bloodbath, British commanders changed strategy. The Royal Marines launched raids on the homes of unsuspecting terrorists, while Black Watch faced real danger when they discarded their body armour and helmets during their foot patrols in Az Zubayr. Series producer Neil Grant ; Executive producer Simon Ford (S) (W) BBC BOOK: The Battle for Iraq - BBC News Correspondents on the War against Saddam and a New World Agenda, price £7.99


Unknown: Az Zubayr.
Producer: Neil Grant
Producer: Simon Ford

: 24 Jack

3.00-4.00am. Jack is at the mercy of his torturers.
Meanwhile, Kate tries to protect the computer chip from her assailants and Palmer becomes suspicious of those in his inner circle. Episode 21, plus Pure 24 - an interactive forum for fans - follows on BBC3.
(S) (W) www.bbc.co.uk/drama/24


Jack Bauer: Kiefer Sutherland
Kate Warner: Sarah Wynter
Kimberly Bauer: Elisha Cuthbert
Dr Spire: Peter Gregory
Ryan Chapelle: Paul Schultz
President Palmer: Dennis Haysbert
Lynne Kresge: Michelle Forbes
Jim Prescott: Alan Dale
Mike Novick: Jude Ciccolella
Tony Almeida: Carlos Bernard

: Dead Ringers

Another chance to see the first in a six-part run of the impressions show. Additions to the repertoire include
Ricky Gervais and Fiona Bruce. shown last Monday (S) (W)


Unknown: Ricky Gervais
Unknown: Fiona Bruce.

: This Life

Last in the re-run from the first series of the drama.
Let's Get It On. Milly feels hurt and confused after
O'Donnell calls a halt to their affair. Anna, meanwhile, begins to regret a night out. Contains strong language.
Written by Amy Jenkins ; Producer Jane Fallon ; Director Nigel Douglas (R) (S)


Written By: Amy Jenkins
Producer: Jane Fallon
Director: Nigel Douglas
Miles: Jack Davenport
Milly: Amita Dhiri
Warren: Jason Hughes
Egg: Andrew Lincoln
Anna: Daniela Nardini
Kira: Luisa Bradshaw-White
Jerry: Paul Copley
O'Donnell: David Mallinson
Jo: Steve John Shepherd
Dale: Mark Lewis Jones

: Rowing

Highlights of the final regatta in the World Cup series, from the Rotsee in Lucerne. The British focus will be on Cath
Bishop and Katherine Grainger , for whom victory will be a fillip ahead of next month's world championships in Milan. Presented by Hazel Irvine and Steve Redgrave. Commentary from Garry Herbert , Dan Topolski and Gillian Lindsay.
Producer Sally Richardson (W)


Unknown: Katherine Grainger
Presented By: Hazel Irvine
Presented By: Steve Redgrave.
Unknown: Garry Herbert
Unknown: Dan Topolski
Unknown: Gillian Lindsay.
Producer: Sally Richardson

: Boxing

Highlights from Las Vegas of last night's
WBC welterweight title rematch between champion Ricardo Mayorga and Vernon Forrest. American Forrest will be seeking revenge on hard-hitting Mayorga, having lost his unbeaten record and his belt to the Nicaraguan in an upset defeat in January. With John Rawling and Duke McKenzie. Editor Jim Bentley ; Senior producer Chris Lewis


Unknown: Ricardo Mayorga
Unknown: Vernon Forrest.
Unknown: John Rawling
Editor: Jim Bentley
Producer: Chris Lewis

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Change the World: Price of a Job (S)
Languages 4.00 France Inside Out: Marseille and Lyon (S) Working In Retail 5.00 Careers Guide (S)
Open University 6.00 Children, Science and Commonsense (S)

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