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: CBeebies

Ends 7.00.

Fimbles
Fimbo finds a sleeping bag.

6.20 Teletubbies
Some children go to school by boat.

6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Skyscraper Jackson comes to Birdwell Island.

: CBBC

Ends 8.30.

Blue Peter
Rugby star Will Greenwood coaches Simon.
Signed. Shown yesterday on BBC1 at 5pm

7.25 The Adventures of Shirley Holmes
An excursion into the woods brings a ghost story to life.

7.50 ChuckleVision
Paul decides to go into the vehicle valeting business.

8.10 Metalheads
Libby tries to get the attention of a knight.

8.25 Newsround

Contributors

Presenter (Blue Peter): Simon Thomas
Guest (Blue Peter): Will Greenwood

: CBeebies

Ends 10.20.

Tweenies
The friends meet some very strange animals.
BBC Tweenies magazine: £1.50

8.50 Bob the Builder
Spud tries to prove he can be helpful.

9.00 The Shiny Show
Today's posers are about artists.

9.20 Ethelbert the Tiger
Double bill. Dilip and Ethelbert travel to Canada. Then the tiger cub is taught the importance of being clean.

9.30 Teletubbies
The friends play hiding game.

10.00 Fimbles
Florrie finds some bagpipes.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.20 KS1 Science Clips (ages
5-7) Variation 2368305 10.30 KS 1 Science Clips (ages 5-7)
Sorting and Using Materials
3225638 10.50 The Way Things Work 2 (ages 7-9) On Squeezing Mammoths 8189947 11.05
What? Where? When? Why? (ages 6-7) Pets and Animals - Animals
Which Help Us 8024812 11.20 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Postcards - Kenya: Daily Life in Rural Kenya

: The Daily Politics

The latest proceedings from the House of Commons.

: Working Lunch

Business news.

: Big Screen Britain

Ben Fogle visits locations used in The Dam Busters and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Fogle

: That's Entertainment!

★★★★★
A celebration of the golden age of MGM movie musicals. Narrators include Fred Astaire ,
Bing Crosby , Gene Kelly , Liza Minnelli and Elizabeth Taylor. Plus performances by Judy Garland , Esther Williams ,
Eleanor Powell , Clark Gable and Ann Miller , who died last month. Review page 46. Director Jack Haley Jr (1974, U)
(BW and Colour) On the Town is tomorrow at 1.20pm
Barry Norman on Ann Miller : page 39 Followed by Hall of Fame The career of actor Laurence Olivier.

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Astaire
Unknown: Bing Crosby
Unknown: Gene Kelly
Unknown: Liza Minnelli
Unknown: Elizabeth Taylor.
Unknown: Judy Garland
Unknown: Esther Williams
Unknown: Eleanor Powell
Unknown: Clark Gable
Unknown: Ann Miller
Director: Jack Haley Jr
Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Ann Miller
Unknown: Laurence Olivier.

: We Got a New Life

A year ago the Dilkeses emigrated to Australia. Did they achieve a laid-back lifestyle?

: Ready Steady Cook

Phil Vickery and Ross Burden do culinary battle.

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Vickery
Unknown: Ross Burden

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Traitor

Psychological game show in which nine contestants all claim to tell the truth - but two of them are lying.

: Vic and Bob's TOTP2

The comedy duo's choice of clips continues with T. Rex ,
Norman Greenbaum and the Rolling Stones.

Contributors

Unknown: T. Rex
Unknown: Norman Greenbaum

: What the Romans Did for Us

The Romans invented aqueducts and sewers, and mined for gold, using waterwheels to bring it to the surface.

: Six Nations Preview

The dust has barely settled on England's Rugby World
Cup triumph in Australia as they prepare to face their next big test - the Six Nations championship - which starts next Saturday. Narrated by Eddie Butler.
Director DFPurchase; Producer Lucy Cutler

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Butler.
Producer: Lucy Cutler

: Inventions That Changed the World: 5/6: The Television

Europe boasts more TV sets than children, yet its inventors - John Logie Baird and Philo T. Farnsworth - would die without acclaim. The BBC has long been synonymous with the dawning of TV, but the first public broadcaster was actually the Nazi party, Hitler having recognised its propaganda potential. Jeremy Clarkson gives his unique take on how television has shaped our world. (AD)

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Clarkson
Producer: Ingrid Kvale
Executive Producer: Michael Mosley

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Television Begins 2 November 2016

: Horizon

Thalidomide - a Second Chance? Images of children bom in the early 1960s with shrunken limbs bear testimony to arguably the biggest medical tragedy of modern times, yet thalidomide is making a comeback as a radical treatment for incurable blood cancers. Horizon explores the mystery at the heart of thalidomide - its success at battling cancer could be the reason why it caused so much damage in the womb - and asks whether it can possibly be safe to administer such a dangerous and infamous drug again.
Producer Jill Marshall ; Editor Matthew Barrett (AD)

Contributors

Producer: Jill Marshall
Editor: Matthew Barrett

: Trouble at the Top

New series 1/9. The travails of senior management.
Stelios Goes to Hollywood. In a bid to offer low-cost cinema tickets, easyJet-style, at a multiplex in Milton Keynes , Stelios Haji-laonnou is trying to persuade the powerful Hollywood distributors to provide him with crowd-pulling films for the opening night. But will they agree to do so when admission for some seats could be as low as 20p? Tom Baker narrates. Producer Angela Chan ; Series producer Kate Middleton

Contributors

Unknown: Milton Keynes
Unknown: Stelios Haji-Laonnou
Unknown: Tom Baker
Producer: Angela Chan
Producer: Kate Middleton

: Newsnight

Presented by Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Presented By: Gavin Esler.

: Making Men out of Boys

Young black men are the most underachieving ethnic group in British schools. This one-off documentary follows an American psychologist, armed with a radical new programme aimed at giving young black men back their pride and arresting the spiral of decline. Director Kate Forshaw ; Executive producer Ruth Pitt

Contributors

Director: Kate Forshaw
Producer: Ruth Pitt

: BBC4 on BBC2: Dan Cruickshank and the House That Wouldn't Die

The historian investigates 18 Folgate
Street in east London, the inspired creation of a maverick Californian that's changing the way we look at history.
Director/Producer Jonty Claypole

Contributors

Producer: Jonty Claypole

: A Picture of Africa

Photographer Perou's subjects include "white" black people who sufferfrom albinism.
Director/Producer/Karen Walsh First shown on BBC3

: African Footballers' Wives

Whenever Charlton
Athletic's Mark Fish and his wife return to their native
South Africa, they're mobbed. How do they cope with fame? Director Annabel Lanchbery : Producer Eleanor Logan First shown on BBC3 (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Fish
Director: Annabel Lanchbery
Producer: Eleanor Logan

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/ieamingzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Science Physics 95787 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Science Higher Tier. Biology, chemistry and physics curricula covered in more depth.








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