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: CBeebies

Ends 6.30.

Florrie finds a box of straws.

6.20 64 Zoo Lane
Boris the bear has lost his honeycomb.


Ends 10.30.

The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Cartoon based on the popular Peanuts comic strip.

6.55 Taz-Mania
Double bill. The future of the show is in doubt. Then Buddy Boar returns to make his directorial debut.

7.15 Looney Tunes
With Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.

7.30 Smile
Sam and Mark from Pop Idol are in the studio performing With a Little Help from My Friends; Blazin' Squad begin their tenure as Featured Artist of the Month; games include Bandit Bites, Nev's Socks and Nev It Up; and there's all the regular features.
Plus The Scooby-Doo Show, Jackie Chan Adventures, Cavegirl, Arthur, Even Stevens and The Fairly Odd Parents.
Hosted by Reggie Yates, DJ Devstar and Fearne Cotton.
[web address removed]
BBCi: digital viewers can access interactive games via the red button on their handset


Presenter (Smile): Reggie Yates
Presenter (Smile): DJ Devstar
Presenter (Smile): Fearne Cotton
Director (Smile): Angela Sharp
Series Producer (Smile): Fiona Robinson

: FightBox

It's Jenna Cyde v Reaver, while Jaxx does battle with Doomgoth. First shown on BBC3

: Sunday Home and Garden

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen shows how the colour blue can be peaceful or vibrant, depending on the shade and situation.
At 11.40, in Trading Up in the Sun, a Portugal holiday home is suffused with a rhapsody in blue. With Gordon Whistance. And at 12.10, in Planet Patio, Diarmuid Gavin uses blue lights and furniture to create a lounge lizard's paradise in Walsall, West Midlands.
Director Paul Vanezis : Series producer Vanessa Jackson GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE: E2.60 monthly


Unknown: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown: Gordon Whistance.
Unknown: Diarmuid Gavin
Director: Paul Vanezis
Producer: Vanessa Jackson

: House Detectives

The team encounter lust, betrayal and murder as they re-create the medieval world of Wigmore Abbey in Herefordshire.

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by Craig Doyle.
1.30 Sport Plus Magazine show, with news and high-profile guests.
1.45 Tennis Coverage from the men's singles final of the Australian Open at Melbourne Park. Will last year's winner
Andre Agassi have made it this far? Commentary by John Barrett and John Lloyd. (5)
2.40 Snooker In the opening match of this year's Masters tournament from Wembley Conference Centre,
Jimmy White will be hoping for a smooth passage past qualifier
Neil Robertson to set up a second-round showdown with long-term rival and last year's losing finalist Stephen Hendry.
4.15 Ski Sunday World Cup slalom action from Schladming, Austria, where Britain's Alain Baxter is up against Finland's Kalle Palander and home favourite Manfred Pranger.
Commentary comes from Matt Chilton and Graham Bell. Producer Jonathan Bramley
Editor Lawrence Duffy


Presented By: Craig Doyle.
Unknown: Andre Agassi
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: John Lloyd
Unknown: Jimmy White
Unknown: Neil Robertson
Unknown: Stephen Hendry.
Unknown: Alain Baxter
Unknown: Kalle Palander
Unknown: Manfred Pranger.
Unknown: Matt Chilton
Unknown: Graham Bell.
Producer: Jonathan Bramley
Editor: Lawrence Duffy

: Secret Squirrels

Bill Oddie investigates why Britain's red squirrel is in rapid decline, in contrast to the American invader the grey squirrel.
(Postponed from Sunday 18 January)


Presenter: Bill Oddie
Producer: Roger Webb
Executive editor: Fiona Pitcher

: Big Cat Diary: Family Histories

2/3. The cheetah may be the fastest predator on Earth, but it's also the most vulnerable big cat in Africa. This film follows cheetah mothers and their families in Kenya's Masai Mara over the past eight years as they struggle for survival.
Series producer Wendy Darke ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher


Producer: Wendy Darke
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Natural World

. The Eagle Has Landed. Bringing ospreys, red kites and sea
I eagles back from the brink of extinction is arguably the UK's greatest wildlife success-story. Such is the triumph that, after over 100 years' absence, these birds of prey may even be about to reclaim the skies above southern England. Producer Fergus Beeley ; Series editor Michael Gunton (AD) The eagles have landed: page 28


Producer: Fergus Beeley
Editor: Michael Gunton

: Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em

Frank and Betty's second honeymoon goes pear-shaped. Written by Raymond Allen ; Producer Michael Mills


Written By: Raymond Allen
Producer: Michael Mills

: War at Sea

New series 1/3. Recalling the Royal Navy's greatest battles. Trafalgar to Jutland. Nelson's victory over the French in was a feat of brilliance that still influences the Royal Navy today. During the First World War Battle of Jutland, however, this reputation became a millstone as nearly 6,000 sailors perished. Using reconstructions, underwater footage of wrecks and personal testimonies of warfare, Professor Andrew Lambert recounts these turning points in history.
Director Per-Eric Hawthorne : Series producer Mike Rossiter Danny Kelly on the senior service: page 26


Unknown: Andrew Lambert
Director: Per-Eric Hawthorne
Producer: Mike Rossiter
Producer: Danny Kelly

: Snooker

Further coverage from the opening day of the Masters tournament. Last year's champion Mark Williams went on to complete a grand slam of BBC snooker events, and he begins the defence of his title tonight against the reigning UK champion Matthew Stevens. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Steve Davis and John Parrott. Commentary by Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo.


Unknown: Mark Williams
Unknown: Matthew Stevens.
Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott.
Commentary By: Clive Everton
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor
Commentary By: Willie Thorne
Commentary By: John Virgo.

: Access to Evil: This World

Crisis talks over North Korea's nuclear weapons have already begun but, away from the show-city of Pyongyang, there's evidence that the communist power is testing its chemical weapons on women, children, families of dissidents, and political prisoners. Gaining unprecedented access, reporter Olenka Frenkiel uncovers fresh proof of this barbarous conduct from those who, until now, have been silenced.
Producer Ewa Ewart ; Editor Karen O'Connor


Reporter: Olenka Frenkiel
Producer: Ewa Ewart
Editor: Karen O'Connor

: Keeping the Faith

Romantic comedy starring Ben Stiller , Edward Norton and Jenna Elfman. Father Brian Finn and Rabbi Jacob Schram each fall for their childhood friend Anna. Review page 44. Director Edward Norton (2000, 12) Film Highlights: page 40


Unknown: Ben Stiller
Unknown: Edward Norton
Unknown: Jenna Elfman.
Unknown: Father Brian Finn
Unknown: Rabbi Jacob Schram
Director: Edward Norton

: Snooker

Highlights from the opening day of the Masters tournament at Wembley. With Ray Stubbs.


Unknown: Ray Stubbs.

: Match of the Day: African Cup of Nations

Highlights of Tunisia v Guinea, and Rwanda v DR Congo.
Senegal v Mali is tomorrow, 7.15pm BBC3.

: Snooker Extra

Jimmy White opened proceedings today in the Masters: Ray Stubbs has the highlights.


Unknown: Jimmy White
Unknown: Ray Stubbs

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkillS - Get Confident Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 The Tool Kit to Communicating: Making the Best of Yourself A guide to communication skills 98482 3.00 The Tool Kit to Communicating: Talking with Others 26014 4.00
Confidence Zone 1 36289 5.00 Confidence Zone 2

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