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: CBBC

Ends 8.00.
The Animals of Farthing Wood Scarface kills Dreamer and Bold enters enemy territory.
6 25 Evolution: the Animated Series
' The Genus goes underground only to erupt in the square.
6 45 Arthur DW throws a tantrum over her eating habits, then Buster finds he is led into skateboarding temptation.
7.10 Home Farm Twins The farms get together to track down a wild dog.
Writer Elly Brewer
7.30 Really Wild Show What's wrong with keeping a big cat as a pet?
Shown yesterday 5pm BBCl
7.55 Newsround

Contributors

Unknown: Elly Brewer

: CBeebies

Ends 10.30.

Big Cook, Little Cook
A jigsaw cannot be completed without its missing pieces.

8.20 Tots TV
Tiny cleans up with a broom after Tom's attack of the sneezes makes a mess.

8.30 Bob the Builder
Farmer Pickles is expecting a delivery of pigs and Bob is called upon to build a home for them. (RHS)

8.40 Wiggly Park
The bugs find a rubber band.

8.45 Little Robots
An echo tunnel distracts Sparky 1 from her trip to
Stretchy's yard.

9.00 Balamory
A hedgehog needs looking after properly.
Balamory magazine: £1.55, monthly.

9.20 Come Outside Taking a look at eggs in the company of Auntie
Mabel and Pippin.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

9.40 Tweenies
Max goes fishing on the Isle of Man.

10.00 Teletubbies
A little girl makes bagels and the gang wait for their tubby custard.

Contributors

Writer ("Balamory"): Alan Moss

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Cold Feet, Hot Body

Willis duped into forgetting his fiancee by a temptress.

Followed by The Witness
An account of a historical event.

: The Daily Politics

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

Contributors

Director: Claire Bellis
Editor: Jamie Donald

: Wildlife on Two

Possums - Tales of the Unexpected. How the rarely-seen Australian animal has been able to adapt to varied living conditions.

: Working Lunch

Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: Tennis

Sue Barker presents live coverage from the Queen's Club in Barons Court, west London, as play on the third day of the ATP grass-court tournament continues. British fans will be hoping to celebrate by the end of the week, but three-time winner Lleyton Hewitt , defending champion Andy Roddick and Wimbledon 2003 finalist Mark Philippoussis will all ensure that Tim Henman 's path to a fourth final will not be an easy one.
Commentary comes from David Mercer , Andrew Castle ,
John Barrett , John Lloyd , Boris Becker and Pat Cash.

Contributors

Unknown: Lleyton Hewitt
Unknown: Andy Roddick
Unknown: Mark Philippoussis
Unknown: Tim Henman
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Andrew Castle
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: John Lloyd
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Pat Cash.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Homes under the Hammer

Seven and a half acres of untouched land in Kent that comes with no planning permission, a semi in Pontefract, and a shop in Derby with a flat above all come up for auction. More properties tomorrow at 6pm.

: The Cram

3/10. The search for the ultimate crammer continues as contestants are tested on how much information the brain can store, with gruelling tests probing their ability to recall the day's news items.

: For Cod's Sake

4/8. The future of the fish and chip supper-that staple of British cuisine - could be in danger as stocks of British cod fall to dramatic levels. Now, a family of former fishermen from the Shetlands are trying to farm British cod commercially, but can City investors be persuaded to don wellies and put money into the project? The Money Programme follows
Karol Rzepkowski , managing director of Johnson's Cod as he sails into uncharted waters in his attempt to convince the money men that there is a market for the fish.
Producer Adam Warner : Series editor Clive Edwards

Contributors

Unknown: Karol Rzepkowski
Producer: Adam Warner
Editor: Clive Edwards

: Britain Goes Wild with Bill Oddie

There's more on the fortunes of the badger, barn owl, jackdaw and bluetit families, plus a visit to see how Scotland's pine martens are faring. Simon King also provides an update on the secret peregrine family. Details of how to support the Make Space for Nature scheme on Monday. is)

Contributors

Unknown: Simon King

: Jimmy's Farm

3/4. As winter approaches, it's make or break for Essex boy Jimmy Doherty , and with the building of the Suffolk farm seriously delayed, it's touch and go as to whether the shop will be up and running in time for the Christmas period.
With sausages to prepare for a food show in Birmingham, help is drafted in, but a crisis with the pigs looms large.
Series producer Sara Woodford ; Series editor Jill Fullerton-Smith (AD)

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Doherty
Producer: Sara Woodford
Editor: Jill Fullerton-Smith

: Gay on the Cape

4/5. Mark and Cengey, a gay couple from Cape Town in South Africa, have overcome poverty and a violent upbringing to escape the ghettos where they were born. On the occasion of their wedding, World Weddings explores the battleground between conservatives and liberals on the subject of gay marriages. With no official recognition of same-sex unions, the couple arrange an unofficial ceremony, sanctioned by a gay-friendly church. But despite a post-apartheid constitution that bans discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, homophobia still haunts the new South Africa.
Producer Cliff Bestall ; Series producer Sam Bagnall (AD)

Contributors

Producer: Cliff Bestall
Producer: Sam Bagnall

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: BBC4 on BBC2

Ends 12.50am.
Julie Burchill - What Killed My Dad? Four years after her father's death from the asbestos-related cancer mesothelioma, journalist Julie Burchill embarks on an emotional journey to find out more about the substance once known as the "magic mineral" that could now cause thousands of deaths.
Director Mark James ; Producer Bob Davis (AD)

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Burchill
Unknown: Julie Burchill
Director: Mark James
Producer: Bob Davis

: Norman Borlaug - Green Revolution

Matthew Parris presents a profile of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning scientist who. with his work in developing "dwarf wheat", is credited with ensuring the survival of over one billion people.
Director Chris Rushton ; Producer Ian Pocock

Contributors

Director: Chris Rushton
Producer: Ian Pocock

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Geography: World 2000 Final programme in the series features young people's ideas about the future. Living with Globalisation How the lives of those in the United Kingdom are increasingly bound up with the global economy. (non-PDC)
384974.00 Geography: France 2000 Exploring various areas of France, from Brittany through Paris, Alsace and the Massif Central to the Camargue, using aerial photography.








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