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: CBeebies

Ends 6.30.

Fimbles
What will Fimbo do with a flowery hat? (AD)

6.20 64 Zoo Lane
Adam and Annie find a treasure trail.

: CBBC

Ends 10.30.

The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Sally gets into trouble after borrowing a ruler.

6.55 Taz-Mania
Double bill featuring a magical bottle cap and a dodgy medic. (AD)

7.15 Looney Tunes
With Porky Pig and Sylvester.

7.30 Smile
New pop band VS and Simon from Blue are in the studio for music and chat. There's the third Featured Artist film from Blazin' Squad, and games include Bandit Bites and Nev's Socks.
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

Contributors

Presenter (Smile): Reggie Yates
Presenter (Smile): DJ Devstar
Presenter (Smile): Fearne Cotton
Director (Smile): Ian Trill
Producer (Smile): Jayne Stanger

: FightBox

The Suit takes on Cactusman and Blitz faces Dis Pater.
First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: Dis Pater.

: Sunday Home and Garden

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen demonstrates how the feel of the countryside can be reflected in the home.
At 11.40, in Trading Up,
Justin Ryan and Colin McAllister look for a period country cottage in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, while at
12.10, in Curious Gardeners,
Gordon Taylor and Guy Cooper visit Norfolk, home of the Fairhaven Water Garden.
Director Kate Dillon ; Series producer
Vanessa Jackson

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown: Justin Ryan
Unknown: Colin McAllister
Unknown: Gordon Taylor
Unknown: Guy Cooper
Director: Kate Dillon
Producer: Vanessa Jackson

: Bible Stories

Who Killed Jesus? Examining the three main suspects responsible for Jesus's crucifixion.
1.30 Joshua and the Battle of Jericho. How research is leading to new conclusions about the Battle of Jericho.

: South Pacific

Musical drama starring Glenn Close and Harry Connick Jr , based on the Broadway musical featuring the songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein. On a South Sea island during the Second World War, a navy nurse becomes involved with a widowed French plantation owner. Review page 48. Director Richard Pearce (2001)

Contributors

Unknown: Glenn Close
Unknown: Harry Connick Jr
Director: Richard Pearce

: The Good Life

Barbara becomes involved in public service.
Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey

Contributors

Unknown: John Esmonde
Unknown: Bob Larbey

: Songs of Praise

The historic town of Haddington in Lothian welcomes
Sally Magnusson as she tells the story of St Mary's church, rebuilt after 400 years.
Barbara Dickson sings Leonard Cohen 's SongofBemadette and hymns include Be Still for the Presence of the Lord, Praise to the Lord and Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation. iBBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: L2.50. New edition on sale 25 February

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Magnusson
Unknown: Barbara Dickson
Unknown: Leonard Cohen

: A Wild Summer's Day

An impressionistic record of a day in the Cotswolds. A hazy dawn stirs sleeping deer, a game of cricket is played as buzzards soar on afternoon breezes and, as night falls, barn owls and badgers emerge. Narrated by Pam Ferris.
Producer Roger Webb ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher

Contributors

Unknown: Pam Ferris.
Producer: Roger Webb
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Natural World

The Amber Time Machine. David Attenborough traces the history of a piece of amber he has kept since childhood.
The hardened resin of ancient coniferous trees is not only beautiful to look at, but often contains the preserved remains of insects that died at the time of the dinosaurs. Producer John Aitchison ; Series editor Michael Gunton (AD) The ultimate time travellers: page 33

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Producer: John Aitchison
Editor: Michael Gunton

: War at Sea

3/3. Six Weeks that Saved the Navy. When the Falkland Islands were invaded in 1982, the Navy was undergoing major cuts. if the invasion had taken place a few months later, the task force that was sent would have been impossible to assemble. Professor Andrew Lambert assesses the conflict with the help of first-hand accounts. Producer Charles Colville ; Executive producer Bill Grist

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Andrew Lambert
Producer: Charles Colville

: SAS Desert - Are You Tough Enough?

New series 1/6. The Namibian desert is the hostile setting as 24 volunteers subject themselves to weeks of Special Forces training at the hands of battle-hardened
Staff Sergeant Eddie Stone. Dermot O'Leary presents the gruelling action as the volunteers embark on their first assignment- a debilitating route march through the searing heat of the desert.
Producer Graham Cooper : Series producer Dale Templar

Contributors

Unknown: Sergeant Eddie Stone.
Unknown: Dermot O'Leary
Producer: Graham Cooper
Producer: Dale Templar

: Iran, a Murder Mystery: This World

In June 2003 photographer Zahra Kazemi returned to her native Iran, after 30 years in exile, to photograph student protests. Three weeks later she was dead. Jim Muir looks into the circumstances surrounding her death, revealing an extraordinary battle for the heart of Iran waged by hard-liners as the country prepared to go to the polls.
Director Diana Hill ; Producer Angeli Mehta

Contributors

Unknown: Zahra Kazemi
Unknown: Jim Muir
Director: Diana Hill
Producer: Angeli Mehta

: Bella and the Boys

A one-off drama opens the Taking Care season, running across BBC television, radio and BBCi, and focusing on issues surrounding children in care. Best friends Martin and Lee fall in love with the same girl at their care home.
Writer/Director Brian Hill ; Producer Katie Bailiff ; Executive producer
Judy Counihan www.bbc.co.uk/takingcare The season continues with Newsround Extra tomorrow at 5.20pm on BBC1 Billie Piper in the RT Interview: page 18
Alison Graham despairs of TV "seasons": page 59

Contributors

Director: Brian Hill
Producer: Katie Bailiff
Producer: Judy Counihan
Unknown: Alison Graham
Lee: Tom Burke
Martin: Freddie Cunliffe
Bella: Billie Piper
Shopper: Carolyn Lyster
Shopper: Dan March
Bookshop Assistant: Clare Francis
Stacy: Lenora Crichlow
Gary: Fraser Ayres
Mrs Rogers: Jane Lapotaire
Terry: Ami Ameen
Jason: Matt Canavan
Kelly: Terri Dumont
Brian: Billy Seymour

: Rugby Special

New series John Inverdale unveils the returning rugby showcase with a review of the weekend's Six Nations matches from Gloucester's Kingsholm club.
Director Richard Carr ; Editor Lucy Cutler Repeated Friday at 2.45pm

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale
Director: Richard Carr
Editor: Lucy Cutler

: Duel

Thriller starring Dennis Weaver.
Travelling salesman David Mann is used to driving iong distances, but on an isolated stretch of road he encounters a murderous ten-ton truck. Review page 48.
Director Steven Spielberg (1971, PG) Film highlights: page 44

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Weaver.
Unknown: David Mann
Director: Steven Spielberg

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/ieamingzone
Work Skills - Get Confident Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 The Tool Kit to Communicating: Making the Best of Yourself Communication in the workplace. 63790 3.00 The Tool Kit to Communicating: Talking with Others 84332 4.00 Confidence Zone 1 18887 5.00 Confidence Zone 2








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