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Double bill. Lupini is switched in time by the magic stones. Oma and Lupini are then robbed on a train.
7.05 New Scooby-Doo Mysteries Show
A birthday surprise for Scooby backfires.
Reepa and Tommy B from Blazin' Squad join Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates in the studio to talk fashion, and DJ Devstar puts forward the case for Darius and Glasgow in the battle for the title Your Riddims, Your UK 2003.
Includes the usual competitions and games, plus cartoon fun with Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Dennis the Menace and Even Stevens.
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Omnibus of the series about a radio show for teenagers.
(For cast see Thursday)
Series Producer (Smile):
Steve Rider is joined by Gary Lineker as he introduces live coverage of the final round of the 132nd Open championship from the Royal St George's course in Sandwich, Kent.
Coverage continues on BBC1 at 2.10pm. BBCi: digital viewers can access extra coverage, information and features via the red button on their remote control www.bbc.co.uk/golf
\dventure drama, the first in a double bill offilms starring
I lames Stewart. When two oilmen build an exploration rig in the Gulf of Mexico, they come into conflict with the local fishermen who fear their livelihood will be threatened. Review page 42.
Francesca Rigaud Marcia Henderson Director Anthony Mann
Francesca Rigaud Marcia
r**** Western, concluding the James Stewart double bill. Arizona in the 1870s: a US army scout meets the Apache leader
Cochise to negotiate a truce, only to fall in love with a young Apache girl. Review page 42.
Director Delmer Daves
Pam Rhodes visits Ely Cathedral to begin a six-part series looking back at the programme's best moments from the past year, as chosen by viewers. Guests include
Pete Waterman and former cabinet minister Jonathan Aitken.
Producer Mark Warburton ; Editor Hugh Faupel www.bbc.co.uk/songsofpraise
Leader of the most secret society on earth, North Korea's Kim Jong II is currently engaging the US in a game of nuclear brinksmanship. Correspondent talks to people who have been close to Kim, including his former bodyguard, US diplomats and an actress he wanted to make films for him, to reveal the truth about this reclusive man's life.
Producer Rob Lemkin ; Editor Karen O'Connor
The last in the series sees Jeremy Clarkson driving a Bellagio Land Rover, Brabus Mercedes and a Hartage Mini. James May samples the Cadillac 16 concept car and Richard Hammond unearths a car that does lOOmph on the road and 30mph on water. Actor and comedian Alan Davies is this week's "star in a reasonably priced car" and there's the result of the quest to find the World's Greatest Car.
Director Brian Klein ; Series editor Andy Wilman BBC MAGAZINES: Top Gear, L3.60 monthly. www.bbc.co.uk/topgear
Missile Assault. Tonight's programme, the penultimate in the series, is unique in being the first ever to show footage of a nuclear submarine while on active duty in a war. As HMS Splendid unleashes cruise missiles in to the heart of Baghdad, British troops bogged down outside of Basra prepare for an assault.
Series producer Neil Grant ; Executive producer Simon Ford BBC BOOK: The Battle for Iraq - BBC News Correspondents on the War against Saddam and a New World Agenda, price £7 .99
4.00-5.00am. Palmer faces a competency hearing by Vice President Prescott and the cabinet. Episode 22, plus Pure 24 - an interactive forum for fans -follows on BBC3.
Sherry Palmer Penny:
Drama set in rural Kentucky. Lonely 10-year-old girl Devon lives with her socially obsessed parents in Camelot
Gardens, an upscale housing development. While roaming the countryside, she meets and strikes up a friendship with young dropout Trent who works as a "lawn dog" mowing the estate's grass. Widescreen. Review page 44.
Director John Duigan (1997, 15)
Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Private Worlds: Growing up in the UK Languages 4.00 Salut Serge (parts 5-8)
Working in Retail 5.00 Internet Retailing
Open University 6.00 Children, Science and Common Sense
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