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: CBeebies

Ends 7.00.

Fimbles
It's a very special day for Rockit and Florrie finds just the right present for him.

6.20 Teletubbies
The pals play game of waking and sleeping before bedtime.

6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Mr Bleakman bakes a giant cookie and Clifford finds it hard to resist temptation.

: CBBC

Ends 8.30.

Blue Peter
The team try out snowboarding and skiing in Austria. Signed. Shown yesterday on BBC 1 at 5pm

7.25 The Adventures of Shirley Holmes
Could Ms Ritt, the Sussex school librarian, be a witch?

7.50 ChuckleVision
Paul takes over a phone shop.

8.10 Metalheads
Squire Duddly faces his final trials before becoming a knight.

8.25 Newsround

: CBeebies

Ends 10.20.

Tweenies
A very happy Fizz is about to get a new brother or Sister.
BBC TWEENIES MAGAZINE: £1.50

8.50 Bob the Builder
Bob gets some new boots.

9.00 The Shiny Show
Learning how cheese is made.

9.20 Ethelbert the Tiger
Double bill. Ethelbert learns that there is more than one way to attract attention, and a fox teaches him a lesson.

9.30 Teletubbies
The Teletubbies watch Emily washing her pony. Jester.

10.00 Fimbles
When Pom finds a glove, Rockit decides to use it as a hat.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.20 KS1 Science Clips (ages 5-7) Plants and Animals in the Local Environment
10.30 Starship (ages 6-7) Key Stage 1 National Tests Literacy-Planning Your Writing
10.50 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9) A Head Full of Steam
8343143 11.05 What? Where?
When? Why? (ages 6-7) Pets and Animals - Caring for a Pet 8295308 11.20 BBC Primary
Geography (ages 7-11) Postcards - Kenya: Introduction to Kenya: landcapes and culture

: The Daily Politics

The latest proceedings from the House of Commons.

: Working Lunch

Business news.

: Snooker

Live coverage of the first of the quarter-final clashes from
Wembley Conference Centre. Matches are played over the best of 11 frames, with the winners guaranteed at least L25,000 in prize money. At this stage last year,
Ken Doherty endured in a scrappy contest, edging out
Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-5 with a confident 59 break in the final frame. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Steve Davis and John Parrott. Commentators are Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo.

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Doherty
Unknown: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott.
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: John Virgo.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz presented by Anne Robinson.

Contributors

Presented By: Anne Robinson.

: Snooker

Live coverage of the second quarter-final of the Masters from the Wembley Conference Centre. Scotland's John Higgins went out to eventual champion Mark Williams at this stage last year. The Welshman had raced to a 5-1 lead but Higgins refused to buckle and replied with backto-back centuries to make it 5-3. Williams responded by downing a rare second century himself and killed off the match in style in the ninth frame, Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Steve Davis and John Parrott.

Contributors

Unknown: John Higgins
Unknown: Mark Williams
Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott.

: This Land

Black Isle. For centuries, this rich landscape nestling between the Cromarty and Moray Firths just north of Inverness in the Scottish Highlands has attracted waves of human and avian migrants. (AD)

: Delia's How to Cook: Part Two

Delia Smith reaches the fruit course in her essential guide. She dishes up oat and plum slices, an apple and almond crumble and an old-fashioned rhubarb trifle. Plus a Thai fish curry and an exotic tropical fruit salad in planter's punch. Director Philip Bonham Carter : Executive producer David Willcock

Contributors

Unknown: Delia Smith
Director: Philip Bonham Carter
Producer: David Willcock

: Inventions That Changed the World

. 4/6. The Phone. The telephone was invented by mistake, I by a man trying to make a humming telegraph.
Elisha Gray , who made the initial breakthrough, would end up with nothing, while Alexander Graham Bell - the man who "borrowed" his idea and is widely credited with having invented it - would end up with what is arguably the most valuable patent in history. Jeremy tells an epic tale of money, greed, opportunism and blind chance.
Producer Susannah Ward ; Executive producer Michael Mosley

Contributors

Unknown: Elisha Gray
Unknown: Alexander Graham Bell
Producer: Susannah Ward
Producer: Michael Mosley

: Horizon

The Dark Secret ofHendrik Schon. Imagine a world where disease could be eradicated by an injection of tiny robots the size of molecules. But could swarms of tiny nanobots come together and literally devour human flesh? It sounded like science fiction until scientist Hendrik Schon seemed to bring it a step closer. He made a computer transistor out of a single organic molecule which meant minute computers could grow as living cells. Scientists speculated about how these tiny machines could be used to target diseases with astonishing precision. But there was more to Hendrik Schon 's discovery than anyone knew.
Producer Nick Green ; Editor Matthew Barrett (AD)

Contributors

Unknown: Hendrik Schon
Unknown: Hendrik Schon
Producer: Nick Green
Editor: Matthew Barrett

: Notorious

4/4. The Professional Charmer. Guiy de Montfort, aka Guy Cavalero , is a professional ladies' man. Accused of charming rich divorcees out of their money, de Montfort - born Graham Leaver claims his "investments" were legitimate ventures that went badly wrong. Strapped to a lie detector, it's time for the truth. Is he a conman, a love rat or a simply a misunderstood entrepreneur? Director Finn McGough
Series producers Alastair Cook and Robert Davis

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Cavalero
Unknown: Graham Leaver
Director: Finn McGough
Producers: Alastair Cook
Producers: Robert Davis

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: Snooker

Highlights of tonight's best-of-11 frames quarter-final clash in the Masters tournament at Wembley. Introduced by Steve Davis and John Parrott.

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Davis
Introduced By: John Parrott.

: Snooker Extra

Ray Stubbs presents extended Masters highlights, this time focusing on this afternoon's quarter-final.

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Stubbs

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Science Biology. Including cell activity, humans as organisms and living things in their environment. 96419 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Science Chemistry. Including classifying and changing materials, and patterns of chemical behaviour.








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