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: CBeebies

CBeebies become Sea Beebies as they hit the beach for summer. Ends 6.50. Fimbles Fimbo 's white line marks the finish to a race.


Unknown: Fimbles Fimbo


Ends 10.00.

The Adventures of Marco and Gina
Gabby breaks a mirror. Is he in for seven years' bad luck?

7.15 Fix and Foxi
The duo help their uncle clear his garage, then Lucky becomes a spy.

7.30 UGetMe
Joe's change of heart towards Nick is too much for Delia.
Contact details on Monday
First shown on CBBC channel

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

8.05 Newsround

8.10 Taz-Mania
A double bill of frenetic furball fun.

8.30 Raven
The warriors battle through a forest of fiendish spiders' webs.
First shown CBBC channel

9.00 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
The gang encounter a glowing star creature.

9.20 SMart
How to draw fantasy monsters.

9.45 Mona the Vampire
The schoolgirl investigates her teacher's replacement.


Joe: Luke Bailey
Kit: Kieri Noddings
Nick: Gary McDonald
Delia: Joanne Campbell
Luke Peter: Kin Kelly
Leon: William Tomlin
Mia: Alice Connor
Will: Paul Leyshon
Marie: Melissa Batchelor

: CBeebies

Ends 11.15.

Milo decides he's a handyman.

10.20 Clifford the Big Red Dog
The dogs perform good deeds.

10.40 Balamory
PC Plum asks the children to help make a scarecrow.
Episode written by Wayne Jackman
Cast on Tuesday
First shown on CBeebies channel

11.00 Teletubbies Everywhere
Milking a cow in Colombia.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays


Writer (Balamory): Wayne Jackman

: Thunderbirds: Danger at Ocean Deep

Lady Penelope investigates a case of possible sabotage.

: Captain Scarletand the Mysterons

Manhunt. Concluding this week's Gerry Anderson double bills, Captain Black is revealed to be alive and working for the Mysterons.


Unknown: Gerry Anderson

: Laurel and Hardy: Blotto

Ollie helps Stan escape his wife for a night on the town. (BW)
(More comedy tomorrow at 12.30pm)


Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy

: Glorious Goodwoodand Golf

The 3.15 Goodwood Cup is the highlight of today's coverage of day three at Goodwood, with three more top races at 2.05,
2.40 and 3.50. Meanwhile live coverage from Royal Lytham, Lancashire sees the Ladies'
Open teeing off, and Australian Karrie Webb aiming to defend the title she won last year.
Executive producer (golf) Paul Davies
IS - not racing)


Unknown: Karrie Webb
Unknown: Paul Davies

: Weakest Link

Ruthless quiz.

: Nobody Likes a Smartass

Janet Street-Porter takes on the 50-strong audience with her subject English walks, while Radio Times's 's own Danny Kelly challenges them to outwit him on sport.


Unknown: Janet Street-Porter
Unknown: Danny Kelly

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Day Damn One. Will recalls his trouble-filled first days at Bel-Air Academy.

: Malcolm in the Middle

Christmas. Lois holds the boys' Christmas presents hostage in an attempt to get them to behave in the first of a double bill.
7.10 Poker. Hal goes to a poker night at Abe Kanarban 's, while Reese and Lois attend a dance class. Want the theme tune on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com


Unknown: Abe Kanarban

: So What Do You Do All Day?

Derek Simpson saw off Blairite Ken Jackson to become the leader of Amicus-AEEU, one of Britain's biggest trade unions. Adrian Chiles shadows Simpson as he's transformed into a union bigwig with the help of his PA and spin doctor. Last in the series, which returns for a new 12-part run in the spring. Director/Producer Robert Finighan


Unknown: Derek Simpson
Unknown: Blairite Ken Jackson
Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Producer: Robert Finighan

: The Way We Travelled

Independent travel and locations off the beaten track are the focus of the last in the three-part series, which recalls the charm and affability with which former Python Michael Palin circumnavigated the globe, the determination and resilience of explorer Benedict Allen , and the uncompromising reports that saw Rough Guide hosts Magenta DeVine and Sankha Guha banned from several continents.
Director Steve Webb : Series producer Virginia Hill


Unknown: Python Michael
Unknown: Benedict Allen
Unknown: Magenta Devine
Unknown: Sankha Guha
Director: Steve Webb

: Horizon: The Boy Who Turned Into a Girl

When, in 1965, a bungled circumcision left six-month-old Bruce Reimer without a penis, his parents took the advice of renowned psychologist Dr John Money and decided to bring their baby up as a girl. According to Money's theories, Bruce, now Brenda, would grow up to accept herself as a woman. Horizon asks whether the experiment worked.
Producer Andrew Cohen : Series editor Bettina Lerner


Unknown: Bruce Reimer
Unknown: Dr John Money
Producer: Andrew Cohen
Editor: Bettina Lerner

: Highest Bidder

Eln August 2002 the classic-car fraternity felt a frisson of excitement when one of the most famous marques in the world came up for auction. The car was the 1962 Ferrari Testarossa 330, driven to victory at that year's Le Mans endurance race by the great Phil Hill. To enthusiasts it was one of the world's most desirable automobiles - but did anyone expect it to sell for a massive$6.5m?
Editor Adam Ross ; Executive producer Paul Sommers


Unknown: Ferrari Testarossa
Unknown: Phil Hill.
Editor: Adam Ross
Producer: Paul Sommers

: Newsnight

Presented by KirstyWark.

: Monkey Dust

Another look deep into the "diseased heart" of Britain, in the second in the six-part animated sketch show.
Producer Harry Thompson First shown on BBC3


Producer: Harry Thompson

: Red Dwarf: Queeg

Following a series of disasters, Holly is replaced by the ship's back-up computer Queeg 500.


Writer: Rob Grant
Writer: Doug Naylor
Director: Ed Bye
Executive Producer: Paul Jackson

: The Witness

Accounts of historic events from those who saw them happening.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science 77623 1.00 Lab
Detectives 6567807 1.15 Background Brief: the Science of Ageing 1896333 1.30 Hubbard Brook : the Chemistry of a Forest 49555 2.00 Norfolk Broads: Conservation v Commercialism 53739 2.30 Apples, Risks and Recriminations 4775197 3.20 Ever Wondered?
3.30 Unearthing the Woodwide Web
4.00 Eurografters: Spain/Working with the Spanish
Webwlse for Business 5.00 Health and Safety Open University 6.00 Building by Numbers


Unknown: Hubbard Brook

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