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: CBeebies

Ends 7.00.

Pre-school fun with the inquisitive quartet.

6.40 Angelmouse
The rodent builds a snow angel with Quilly.

6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Emily Elizabeth discovers that sometimes wishes do come true.


Ends 10.30.

Taz has a lesson in how to behave, and Bushlad tries to win his manhood.

7.20 Looney Tunes
Foghorn Leghorn meets his match.

7.30 Smile
Boy band McFly join Fearne Cotton and Barney Harwood, there's a new feature for animal lovers, Pet Pals, and who's the newest member of Nev's Birthday Bear Club?
Plus games, features and fun with Noah's Island, Arthur, Jackie Chan Adventures, UGetMe and Cavegirl.
(Also on the CBBC channel from 10.00)
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Presenter (Smile): Fearne Cotton
Presenter (Smile): Barney Harwood
Director (Smile): Ian Trill
Producer (Smile): Fiona Robinson

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Love in an Elevator. Will becomes trapped in a lift with Carlton and Jazz.

: Wildlife on Two

Noses of Nancite. David
Attenborough explores the world of the coati - a cross between a racoon and a teddy.


Unknown: Nancite. David

: Sunday Grandstand

With Sue Barker and Suzi Perry.
11.35, 3.30 World Superblkes Silverstone plays host to round six of the championship, which reaches the halfway point with today's two races. Britain's
James Toseland tops the table by just two points, with Regis Laconi applying pressure on his team-mate after winning in Germany. Jonathan Green and James Haydon commentate. British Superbikes highlights are tonight at 12 midnight.
12.50 Moto GP The Spanish leg of this year's championship, from Barcelona.
Valentino Rossi continues his pursuit of a fourth consecutive title, but Sete Gibernau currently tops the leaderboard, while English hopes rest with Neil Hodgson and Shane Byrne. Commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
1.50 Tennis The men's event at west London's Queen's Club has been won by some of the game's true greats, including
John McEnroe and Boris Becker. A resurgent Tim Henman has reached the final three times but as yet has failed to capture the trophy. Who will be in the frame for this year's title?
Producer (motorsport) Belinda Rogerson Editor Lawrence Duffy


Unknown: Suzi Perry.
Unknown: James Toseland
Unknown: Regis Laconi
Unknown: James Haydon
Unknown: Valentino Rossi
Unknown: Sete Gibernau
Unknown: Neil Hodgson
Unknown: Shane Byrne.
Commentary By: Charlie Cox
Commentary By: Steve Parrish.
Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: Boris Becker.
Unknown: Tim Henman
Unknown: Belinda Rogerson
Editor: Lawrence Duffy

: Don Giovanni

Continuing the BBC Summer of Opera season, conductor Daniel Harding leads the Mahler
Chamber Orchestra in Peter Brook 's acclaimed version of Mozart's opera about a dissolute nobleman, recorded at the Aix-en-Provence Festival in 2002. The title role is played by Peter Mattei , with Gilles Cachemaille , Mireille Delunsch , Nathan Berg , Mark Padmore and Alexandra Deshorties among the cast.
Introduced by James Naughtie. Director Vincent Bataillon ; Producer Francois du Plat Rrst shown on B8C4


Conductor: Daniel Harding
Unknown: Peter Brook
Played By: Peter Mattei
Unknown: Gilles Cachemaille
Unknown: Mireille Delunsch
Unknown: Nathan Berg
Unknown: Mark Padmore
Unknown: Alexandra Deshorties
Introduced By: James Naughtie.
Director: Vincent Bataillon

: The Boat

5/6. Wolfgang Petersen 's suspenseful dramatisation of Lothar-Gunther Buchheim 's wartime novel Das Boot.
Ordered to refuel before making a hazardous attempt to pass the heavily defended Straits of Gibraltar, the captain sends a request for relief. In German with English subtitles.


Unknown: Wolfgang Petersen
Unknown: Lothar-Gunther Buchheim
Unknown: Das Boot.
Captain: Jiirgen Prochnow
Lt Werner: Herbert Gronemeyer
Chief Engineer: Klaus Wennemann
First Lieutenant: Hubertus Bengsch
Second Lt: Martin Semmelrogge
Chief quartermaster: Bemd Tauber
Ullmann: Martin May
Johann: Erwin Leder
Captain of the Weser: Gunter Lamprecht

: The Way We Went Wild

New series 1/3. TV's pioneering natural-history presenters are profiled in documentaries that illustrate how the passion they possessed for their work resulted in ground-breaking footage of wildlife. This first instalment looks back over the careers of two broadcasters whose fun-loving approach has inspired many would-be naturalists: Johnny Morris , whose Animal Magic ran for over two decades on BBC1, and Bill Oddie , who went from being a comedian in The Goodies to passionate bird-watcher.
Director Susan Kemp ; Series producer Sarah Manwaring-White


Unknown: Johnny Morris
Unknown: Bill Oddie
Director: Susan Kemp
Producer: Sarah Manwaring-White

: Election Night

Last Thursday, Britain voted in the European Parliament elections - the results, however, are as yet undisclosed. With the remainder of the polls across Europe closing tonight at 9pm, David Dimbleby is on hand to announce and update the figures as they come in. Peter Snow presents an analysis of the data with his hi-tech graphics and "Euro-swingometer"; politicians and commentators give their views on the new political landscape; and there are live reports from correspondents in the major European capitals. There's a final round-up at llpm.
Director Rob Hopkin ; Editor James Stephenson


Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Peter Snow
Director: Rob Hopkin
Editor: James Stephenson

: Top Gear

6/10. Jeremy Clarkson casts his critical gaze over the Nissan Cube and the Renault Clio 182, while James May reassesses a timeless classic, the luxurious Jaguar XJS. Richard Hammond takes the new Peugeot 407 on the road and investigates new ways to fuel your car, while the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car slot is taken over by Terry Wogan. The series will return in July after Euro 2004.
Executive producer Gary Hunter ; Series editor Andy Wilman


Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: James May
Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: Terry Wogan.
Producer: Gary Hunter
Editor: Andy Wilman

: Election Night

The complete story of this week's local council, London Assembly and European Parliament elections. What are the ramifications for Britain and the rest of Europe? With
David Dimbleby and Peter Snow.


Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Peter Snow.

: 15 Storeys High

5/6. Vince is offered a conditional promotion at work. Errol, meanwhile, has rather taken to smoking.
Writers Sean Lock , Martin Trenaman and Mark Jones Director Mark Nunneley ; Producer Phil Bowker
Postponed from last Sunday First shown on BBC3


Unknown: Sean Lock
Unknown: Martin Trenaman
Unknown: Mark Jones
Director: Mark Nunneley
Producer: Phil Bowker
Vince: Sean Lock
Errol: Benedict Wong
Darren: Dan Mersh
Mr Beck: Hugh Parker
Ms Callard: Joan Oliver
Nev: Kevin Eldon
Claudia: Amie Titterton
Moira: Eve Bland

: British Superbikes

Overall leader John Reynolds continues to chase another title as he takes to the track at Thruxton, Hampshire, in round six. Injury has resulted in the absence of rival Yukio Kagayama , so Reynolds may extend his 33-point lead. Commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
Producer Belinda Rogerson


Leader: John Reynolds
Unknown: Yukio Kagayama
Commentary By: Charlie Cox
Commentary By: Steve Parrish.
Producer: Belinda Rogerson

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkills in the Community Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Raising Funds 25530 3.00 Media Relations 46172 4.00 Enterprising Ideas 70627 5.00 What You Need to Know

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