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: CBeebies

Ends 6.30.

Fimbles

Pom fashions a bird from a feather duster. (R)

6.20 Bill and Ben
The friends play tricks with a balloon. (R)

: CBBC

Ends 10.30.

Arthur
Muffy befriends Arthur, and the Brain works on a school project with Sue Ellen.
(R)

6.55 Taz-Mania
Who is the Pied Piper of Taz-Mania?
(R)

7.15 Looney Tunes
Elmer Fudd can't seem to get to sleep.

7.30 Smile
Do horses make good parents? Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar find out in today's new Smile Furry strand.
There's also a profile of Girls Aloud, Nev's Socks - a new game for television and the web - and all the regular features.
Plus cartoon fun with Dennis the Menace, Stuart Little and Arthur.
[web address removed]
(Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar guest on Bring It On - Friday at 4.55pm on BBC1)

Contributors

Presenter (Smile): Fearne Cotton
Presenter (Smile): Reggie Yates
Presenter (Smile): DJ Devstar
Director (Smile): Ian Trill
Producer (Smile): Fiona Robinson

: To the Manor Born

Can Audrey fforbes-Hamilton adapt to her new social status? Written by Peter Spence (R)

Contributors

Written By: Peter Spence

: Sunday Home and Garden

When creating a relaxing space, water is a key consideration both inside and outside the home - Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen has advice, with clips from All the Right Moves and Homefront.
At 13-30, Chris Beardshaw searches for the ultimate
Cumbrian water feature in The Flying Gardener, and, at 12.00, Fiona Bruce examines fine crystal, music boxes and cut-price art in The Antiques Show. Director Phil Stein : Series producer
Vanessa Jackson

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown: Fiona Bruce
Director: Phil Stein
Producer: Vanessa Jackson

: Time Flyers

The aerial history series visits a Roman wall in Scotland, and the stone circle at Avebury in Wiltshire. (R)

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by Roger Black and Clare Balding.
1.40, 3.30 Athletics On the concluding day of the World Athletics Final, Monaco, the schedule includes the women's 100m, 100m hurdles and 3,000m, and the men's 200m, 400m and 5,000m.
Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Colin Jackson and Michael Johnson commentate.
2.30,4.00 Racing Action from the Arc Trials at Longchamp,
Paris, with starts at 2.35, 2.50 and 3.20. Plus the Blandford
Stud and National Stakes from the Curragh at 3.10 and 4.00 respectively. With Clare Balding.
4.05 World Mountain Biking
Highlights from Lugano, Italy, of the world championships. With Graham Bell , and commentary by Hugh Porter and Nigel Page.
4.55 Road Racing Action from today's two women's races, in London and Birmingham. In the former, Paula Radcliffe faces a tough field, including last year's winner Sonia O'Sullivan. Hosted by Sally Gunnell.
Commentary by Steve Cram , Liz McColgan , Brendan Foster. Editor (racing) Carl Hicks : TV presentation (road racing) Micky Payne

Contributors

Presented By: Roger Black
Unknown: Stuart Storey
Unknown: Paul Dickenson
Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: Michael Johnson
Unknown: Graham Bell
Commentary By: Hugh Porter
Commentary By: Nigel Page
Unknown: Paula Radcliffe
Unknown: Sonia O'Sullivan
Unknown: Sally Gunnell
Commentary By: Steve Cram
Commentary By: Liz McColgan
Commentary By: Brendan Foster
Unknown: Carl Hicks
Unknown: Micky Payne

: Mosquito Squadron

Second World War adventure with David McCallum. RAF pilot Quint Munroe discovers that Allied PoWs are being used as a human shield when he mounts a mission to destroy a formidable German weapon. Review page 48.
Director Boris Sagal (1968. PG)

Contributors

Unknown: David McCallum.
Unknown: Quint Munroe
Director: Boris Sagal

: With Friends like These

New series Affairs with the French. Did the row over Iraq between Tony Blair and French president Jacques Chirac damage the entente cordiale between Britain and France? In the first of three programmes examining Britain's relationship with other lands, reporter Michael Cockerell uses political interviews and archive news footage to explore the uneasy alliance with our friends across the Channel. Contributors include Jack Straw , Chris Patten , Nicholas Soames , and French historian Maurice Druon.
Producer Adam Grimley ; Executive producer Stewart Lansley

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Blair
Unknown: Jacques Chirac
Reporter: Michael Cockerell
Unknown: Jack Straw
Unknown: Chris Patten
Unknown: Nicholas Soames
Unknown: Maurice Druon.
Producer: Adam Grimley
Producer: Stewart Lansley

: Life on Air

In a career spanning over 50 years, David Attenborough has brought the world's most amazing wildlife spectacles into our living rooms - from Zoo Quest to Life on Earth, The Blue Planet and The Life of Mammals. Michael Palin provides a behind-the-scenes look at the incredible career of his friend, and reveals the lighter side to his personality.
Producer Brian Leith (R)

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Michael Palin
Producer: Brian Leith

: Restoration Final

Apathy and neglect mean that much of Britain's architectural heritage is in danger of being lost for ever - over the past few weeks, viewers have explored the history of 30 fascinating buildings that face an uncertain future and voted to see one of them restored to its former glory.
Tonight's live final from the Tower of London offers the chance to rediscover the unique charms of the ten finalists with Marianne Suhr and Ptolemy Dean. Which will get your final vote as celebrity advocates put forward their cases?
Griff Rhys Jones also discusses the ongoing problem of Britain's buildings at risk with Liz Forgan from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Simon Thurley of English Heritage, before announcing the winner at the end of the programme. Executive producers Nikki Cheetham , Annette Clarke , Andrea Miller
www.bbc.co.uk/restoration BBCi: interactive features are available via the red button on the handset FINAL VOTING DETAILS: telephone lines close tonight at 10.10pm. See website for individual phone numbers.
DONATIONS: call [number removed]. or post a cheque, made payable to The
Restoration Fund. to: [address removed] RT SHOP: the book to accompany the series is available at L18 inclusive of P&P (RRP L20). To order call [number removed] or send a cheque to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Marianne Suhr
Unknown: Ptolemy Dean.
Unknown: Griff Rhys Jones
Unknown: Liz Forgan
Unknown: Simon Thurley
Producers: Nikki Cheetham
Producers: Annette Clarke
Producers: Andrea Miller

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Alexei Sayle , singer Louise Redknapp , Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan and Electric Six frontman Dick Valentine guest on the first of a new nine-part run of the comedy music quiz. Shown last Monday

Contributors

Singer: Alexei Sayle
Singer: Louise Redknapp
Unknown: Dick Valentine

: The Thin Blue Line

The Green-Eyed Monster. Will Fowler finally propose to Patricia, and will she accept him if he does? Last in the series of Ben Elton 's cop comedy.
Director John Birkin ; Producers Ben Elton , Geoffrey Perkins (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Elton
Director: John Birkin
Producers: Ben Elton
Producers: Geoffrey Perkins

: The War

Drama starring Elijah Wood , Kevin Costnerand Mare
Winningham. Summer, 1970: troubled Vietnam veteran Stephen Simmons struggles to hold down a job in his Mississippi hometown while keeping an eye on his spirited children. Widescreen. Review page 48.
Director Jon Avnet (1994.12)

Contributors

Unknown: Elijah Wood
Unknown: Kevin Costnerand Mare
Unknown: Stephen Simmons
Director: Jon Avnet

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Change the World: Price of a Job Languages 4.00 Suenos World Spanish (parts 1-4) Make Your Mark 5.00 Planning Your Future Open University 6.00 Musical Prodigies?








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