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: CBeebies

Ends 6.30.

Fimbles
Florrie finds a smell she wants to share. (AD)

6.20 64 Zoo Lane
An important visitor is coming to the zoo.

: CBBC

Ends 10.30.

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

6.55 Taz-Mania
Taz has his eyes on an emu egg, and Willy Wombat feels he is being typecast.

7.15 Looney Tunes
PepeLe Pew falls in love in a double bill.

7.30 Smile
Michelle McManus performs her new single and answers viewers' questions. Emma Bunton takes centre stage in the third of her Featured Artist films, and there's a competition for Mother's Day.
Plus The Scooby-Doo Show, Jackie Chan Adventures, Cavegirl, Arthur, Even Stevens and The Fairly Odd Parents.

Contributors

Guest ("Smile"): Michelle McManus
Presenter ("Smile"): Fearne Cotton
Presenter ("Smile"): Reggie Yates
Presenter ("Smile"): DJ Devstar
Director ("Smile"): Ian Trill
Producer ("Smile"): Ben Brewster

: FightBox

Trevor Nelson and Lisa Snowdon oversee the mayhem as the Warriors clash with the Sentients for the title of supreme champion. First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Nelson
Unknown: Lisa Snowdon

: Sunday Home and Garden

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen uses excerpts from Trading Up, All the Right Moves, and Home Front as he shows how to make rooms feel bigger.
At 11.40, in Real Rooms, the team are in Kingston upon
Thames, south-west London, to bring new life to a dank bathroom, while at 12.10, in Small Town Gardens,
Annie Guitfoyle tries to squeeze a garden into a tiny Brighton back yard. Director Paul Vanezis ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown: Annie Guitfoyle
Director: Paul Vanezis
Producer: Vanessa Jackson

: Big Screen Britain

Locations used in ChittyChitty Bang Bang.

: Six Nations Grandstand

Introduced by John Inverdale from Murrayfield.
1.00 Sport Plus The week's news.
1.10 The Big interview Eight times champion jockey Tony McCoy discusses his huge success.
1.25 Athletics Live action from the World Cross-country championships in Brussels, with coverage of the women's 4km and men's 12km races. Commentary by Brendan Foster and Steve Cram.
2.30 Rugby Build-Up Countdown to today's Six Nations fixture.
3.00 Scotland v France The Scots have yet to pick up a point in this year's campaign, while the French have taken a maximum nine points from their three games -form which, if maintained this afternoon, could set them up for a crack at the Grand Slam against England next weekend. Commentary from Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies. Highlights and discussion in Rugby Special, 12 midnight. TV presentation (rugby) Ken Burton
Producer Andy Gilbert BBCi: digital viewers can access interactive Six Nations features via their TV handset

Contributors

Introduced By: John Inverdale
Unknown: Tony McCoy
Commentary By: Brendan Foster
Commentary By: Steve Cram.
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Unknown: Jonathan Davies.
Unknown: Ken Burton
Producer: Andy Gilbert

: The National Trust

10/10. The Stones 2/2. Talks over Stonehenge's summer solstice threaten to spiral out of control. Postponed from last Tuesday
First shown on BBC4 (AD)

: Wild Scotland

Film-maker Gordon Buchanan takes his camera up on the moors to film the animals the land is being managed forthe hard-to-spot grouse, "blue" hares and red deer stags. Producer Roger Webb ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Buchanan
Producer: Roger Webb
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Bill Oddie's Best of British

In the Countryside. Barn owls in Norfolk, a pine marten with a sweet tooth and badgers living on Somerset's wetlands are the highlights in the last of four compilations. Executive producer Fiona Pitcher www.bbc.co.uk/nature

: Natural World

The Last Tusker. A huge wild elephant living in Sri Lanka, the Last Tusker is one of the last of his kind, who is surviving despite a bullet wound to the head. Here the mature bull is observed with his family, and there's a look at life for the inhabitants of Sri Lanka's elephant orphanage. Producer Mike Birkhead : Series editor Neil Nightingale (AD)

Contributors

Producer: Mike Birkhead
Editor: Neil Nightingale

: When Black Became Beautiful

2/3. Cornrows, Afros, Anything Goes. In the 1960s three separate social revolutions combined to bring about a new "beauty standard" in black women rejecting the tenets of beauty adhered to bytheirwhite counterparts. America's civil rights movement, London's cultural revolution and the spread of Pan-Africanism spawned the "Black Is Beautiful" movement, which celebrated dark skin, full lips and the iconic Afro. Grace Jones , Chaka Khan and Twiggy, recall the era. Director Tim Pritchard ; Executive producer Samir Shah

Contributors

Unknown: Grace Jones
Unknown: Chaka Khan
Director: Tim Pritchard
Producer: Samir Shah

: SAS Desert - Are You Tough Enough?

6/6. The final round of punishing tests from the Namibian wilderness sees the four remaining volunteers carry out a solo parachute jump from 11,000ft and raid an enemy camp. Who will be declared "tough enough" to make the grade? SAS Ice, a new series set in Norway, is shown later this year. Director Michael Tuft: Series producer Dale Templar

Contributors

Producer: Dale Templar

: Gunpowder, Treason and Plot

3/3. Jimmy McGovern 's historical series draws to its climax with an epic story set in the time of James VI of Scotland (James I of England). The paranoid king has his financial demands rejected by Parliament and reneges on his policy of tolerance towards Catholics. In 1605 a group of devout Catholics including Guv Fawkes hatches a murderous plot.
Producers Gub Neal and AJ Wands; Director Gillies MacKinnon
(AD) www.bbc. co.uk/gunpowder Tim Mclnnemy-Ruff stuff: pl2; Face of the Week-Robert Cartyte: p65

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy McGovern
Producers: Gub Neal
Director: Gillies MacKinnon
Unknown: Tim McLnnemy-Ruff
Anne of Denmark: Sira Stampe
James I: Robert Carlyle
Cecil: Tim McLnnemy
Huntly: Lain Robertson
Catesby: Richard Coyle
Thomas Winter: Sam Troughton
Thomas Percy: Richard Harrington
Francis Tresham: Patrick O'Kane
Peers the parliamentarian: Julian Firth
Guy Fawkes: Michael Fassbender
Lady Margaret: Emilia Fox
Anne Tresham: Madalina Constantin
Whynniard: Mihai Valentin Bendeac
Robert Digby: Catalin Istodor
Lord Monteagle: Rupert Procter
Ward: Dan Bordeiau

: Stella Street

4 feature-length version of the satirical comedy, starring
John Sessions , Phil Cornwell and Ronni Ancona. A group of ageing celebrities - including Mick Jagger , Keith Richards , Michael Caine and David Bowie - move to a London suburb, but their lives are turned upside down when two criminals pose as Jimmy Hill 's lodgers and stage an audacious con trick. Writers Phil Cornwell , Peter Richardson , John Sessions ; Director
Peter Richardson ; Executive producer John Goldstone

Contributors

Unknown: John Sessions
Unknown: Phil Cornwell
Unknown: Ronni Ancona.
Unknown: Mick Jagger
Unknown: Keith Richards
Unknown: Michael Caine
Unknown: David Bowie
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Phil Cornwell
Unknown: Peter Richardson
Unknown: John Sessions
Director: Peter Richardson
Producer: John Goldstone

: Rugby Special

John Inverdale is at Heriots Club,
Edinburgh to discuss the weekend's Six Nations action.
Director Sally Richardson ; Editor Lucy Cutler Rptd Friday 1.30pm The Rugby World Cup: England's Story is on Wednesday at 10.35pm on BBCl

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale
Director: Sally Richardson
Editor: Lucy Cutler

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkillS - Wise at Work Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Money Matters: Cashwise Managing personal finances. 21716 3.00 Webwise for Business: Using the Internet (Si
4.00 Improving Skills 85551 5.00 Workplace Skills








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