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: CBeebies

Ends 7.00.

Fimbles
A sand timer leads to an upside down day. (R) (S) (AD)

6.20 Teletubbies
Some girls pick and sort vegetables. (R) (S)

6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
A rainy day is boring for Cleo. (R) (S)

: CBBC

Ends 8.30.

Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.

7.25 Ocean Star - the Quest
6/13 The gang stay on a remote island overnight-with Karla.

7.50 ChuckleVision
The race is on to find the value of the Mongolian
Moon stamp.

8.10 Mona the Vampire
Miss Gotto's s sister hides a secret.

8.25 Newsround

: CBeebies

Ends 10.35.

Tweenies
Milo and Jake need help with their fire engine.

8.50 Bob the Builder
A tortoise escapes on Roley's watch.

9.00 The Shiny Show

Learning how cakes are made.

9.20 Boo!
The gang decides to visit the American prairie.

9.30 Teletubbies
Nine flowers appear in Teletubbyland.

10.00 Fimbles
The valley is full of strange noises. (AD)

10.20 El Nombre
Double bill as the children visit the giant cactus of Santa Flamingo, then the wicked Don Fandango robs the bank.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

Contributors

Writer ("The Shiny Show"): Chris Ellis
Tigs: Sue Monroe
Dogsby: Sam Mason
Mukka: Wim Booth
Production Design: Marsha Roddy
Puppets Made By: Mimic Productions
Puppets Made By: Neal Scanlan Studios
Graphic Design: A Productions
Music: Liz Kitchen
Music: Francis Haines
Floor Manager: Jill Rees-Heaver
Vision Mixer: Tracy Myers
Lighting Director: Robin Thorburn
Sound: Malcolm Blackmoor
Sound: Jez Spencer
Video Editor: Cliff Homor
With Thanks To: Konditor & Cook
Consultant: Pam Land
Production Team: Sadie Mallett
Production Team: Imogen Robertson
Production Team: Julie Carver
Production Assistant: Helen Stephens
Production Manager: Clare Hopper
Production Manager: Caroline Hopkins
Insert Director: Liz Seymour
Producer: Roland Tongue
Director: Philip Hawthorn

: What a Carry On!

A compilation of slapstick and double entendres from the Carry On films.

: The Daily Politics

News from Westminster, including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.

Contributors

Director: Claire Bellis
Editor: John McAndrew

: Lifeline

Nick Berry makes an appeal on behalf of Changing Faces.
Full donation details can be found on Sunday 5.05pm. BBCl

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Berry

: Big Screen Britain

Locations for The Railway Children and Far from the Madding
Crowd profiled.

: Working Lunch

Business news.

: Too Many Girls

n Musical comedy starring
Lucille Ball , and featuring the late Ann Miller - the first of three films showing to mark her death last month. When a madcap heiress decides to get an education, she attends a college whose football team is one of the worst in the state, which would be of little consequence, except that her four bodyguards just happen to share a talent for the game. Review page 46. Director George Abbott (1940. U)
(BW) That's Entertainment! tomorrow, 1.20pm Barry Norman on Ann Miller : page 39 Followed by Hall of Fame The life of Jackie Onassis.

Contributors

Unknown: Lucille Ball
Unknown: Ann Miller
Director: George Abbott
Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Ann Miller
Unknown: Jackie Onassis.

: We Got a New Life

A Bristol couple separate two months after moving to the Cayman Islands.

: Ready Steady Cook

With James Tanner and Antony Worrall Thompson.

Contributors

Unknown: James Tanner
Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Traitor

More psychological warfare as duplicitous double-crossers are exposed. Tony Livesey hosts the quiz.

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Livesey

: Vic and Bob's TOTP2

Further Top of the Pops performances as selected by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer , with the Darkness, Free, David Bowie , the Small Faces, Pink and Squeeze. TOP OFTHE POPS MAGAZINE: il.95 monthly. New issue on sale 3 February

Contributors

Unknown: Vic Reeves
Unknown: Bob Mortimer
Unknown: David Bowie

: What the Romans Did for Us

Adam Hart-Davis samples luxurious Roman life -from hedonistic feasts to central heating, saunas and villas.
Producers Simon Baker and Catrine Clay

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Producers: Simon Baker

: The Great Mortgage Fraud

2/8. An update on The Money Programme's report last autumn that exposed advisers repeatedly encouraging house buyers to break the law and lie about their income in order to get bigger mortgages. Michael Robinson returns to show how little has been done to prevent this practice of pouring illicitly obtained cash into an already overheated housing market, thus keeping house prices sky high.
Producer Hannah Liptrot ; Series editor Clive Edwards

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Robinson
Producer: Hannah Liptrot
Editor: Clive Edwards

: Flog It!

The inhabitants of Norwich in Norfolk hope to turn their unwanted goods into cash, bringing their antiques before Paul Martin and experts Sara Hales and Philip Serrell.
Series producer Hannah Comeck ; Executive producer Jane Lomas

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin
Unknown: Sara Hales
Unknown: Philip Serrell.
Producer: Hannah Comeck
Producer: Jane Lomas

: Property People

6/6. With a declining London property market, each deal has become vital for the agents at Greene & Co - so the last thing they need is a three-day company brainstorm away from the office in rural Wales. Managing director
David Pollock sees the trip away as a way to focus minds on self-improvement, but Richard Banks is more concerned with the offer on the house in Belsize Park he's been trying to sell all summer. Narrated by Martin Freeman.
Director Anthony Wonke : Series producer Cassie Braban (AD)

Contributors

Director: David Pollock
Unknown: Richard Banks
Unknown: Martin Freeman.
Director: Anthony Wonke

: The National Trust

5/10. The House 1/2. The crusade of the Trust's architectural historian Tim Knox to save Tyntesfield House, a mighty Victorian mansion located just outside of Bristol. With the owners wanting hard cash and the asking price running into millions, unexpected competition comes from Kylie Minogue, Madonna and a potential illegitimate heir. The race is on to scrape together £20m in two months from public and private sources - but are there strings attached? The next episode follows at 10.30 on BBC4. Director Patrick Forbes ; Producer Claire Kavanagh
First shown on BBC4 (AD)

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Knox
Director: Patrick Forbes
Producer: Claire Kavanagh

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman. is)

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Match of the Day: African Cup of Nations

Semi-final action and only four teams are now left in the competition. Will favourites Cameroon, Senegal and Nigeria have made it through to this stage? The play-off for third and fourth place is on Friday at 7.15pm on BBC3.

: African ER

The experiences of volunteer doctors and nurses at the port of Freetown in war ravaged Sierra Leone. Tash Monie hears from those awaiting treatment.
Producers Robi Dutta and Corinna Faith; Executive producer Anne Laking
First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: Tash Monie
Producers: Robi Dutta
Producer: Anne Laking

: Nollywood

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels star
Nick Moran is given three weeks to direct a Nigerian film for less than f 10,000. Will he come away with a hit?
Directors Alicia Arce and Brenda Goldblatt First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Moran
Directors: Alicia Arce
Directors: Brenda Goldblatt

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/ieamingzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Revisewlse Challenge at School Maths Making the most of what you know with the Revisewise Maths quiz.
4.00 Geography: Investigating Asia Case studies.








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