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: CBeebies

Ends 7.00.

Pre-school fun with the inquisitive quartet.

6.40 Binka
How can the fat and furry cat impress Suki?

6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cleo has selfish designs on a new garden.


Ends 10.30.

Going on a picnic and chasing Kee Wee.

7.20 Looney Tunes
Porky and Sylvester move into a new home.

7.30 Smile
Fearne Cotton and Barney Harwood present a morning of live entertainment, including art and chat with singer Peter Andre in the new feature Pop Art.
Plus the usual games, and cartoon fun with Noah's Island, Arthur, Jackie Chan Adventures, UGetMe and Cavegirl.
(Simulcast on the CBBC channel from 10.00) [web address removed]


Presenter (Smile): Fearne Cotton
Presenter (Smile): Barney Harwood
Guest (Smile): Peter Andre
Director (Smile): Ian Trill
Producer (Smile): Fiona Robinson

: Sunday Escape

Stories of those who have left for France to escape the daily grind. With Nicki Chapman.
Director Kate Dillon ; Executive producer Jav Hunt Postponed from last


Unknown: Nicki Chapman.
Director: Kate Dillon

: Sunday Grandstand

Steve Cram hosts a two-part programme, concluding at 3.20.
12.15 Road to Athens Athletes' hopes for the Olympics, which are now just weeks away.
12.45 Andre Agassi - the Big Interview The popular tennis star reflects on his career.
1.05 British Superblkes At the midway point of the season,
John Reynolds looks on course for a hat-trick of titles. Can arch-rival Michael Rutter make any impression? Commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parish.
1.35 MotoGP Live coverage of round six of the championship from the Netherlands. Spaniard Sete Gibemau is the man to beat, with Valentino Rossi and Max Biaggi still firmly in contention. Presented by Suzi Perry.
Producer (motorsport) Belinda Rogerson www.bbc.co.uk/sport


Unknown: Steve Cram
Unknown: Andre Agassi
Unknown: John Reynolds
Unknown: Michael Rutter
Commentary By: Charlie Cox
Commentary By: Steve Parish.
Unknown: Sete Gibemau
Unknown: Valentino Rossi
Unknown: Max Biaggi
Presented By: Suzi Perry.
Unknown: Belinda Rogerson

: English National Opera at Glastonbury

For the first time in the festival's history, opera is on the bill at
Glastonbury, as the English National Opera, conducted by Paul Daniels , perform Act Three of The Valkyrie from Wagner's Ring Cycle. Showing as part of the BBC's Summer of Opera. More highlights at 7pm on BBC2 and BBC3.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Executive producer Oliver Macfarlane


Conducted By: Paul Daniels
Director: Janet Fraser Crook
Producer: Oliver MacFarlane

: Sunday Grandstand

3.35 Racing Coverage of the Irish Derby from the Curragh, where a top-class field runs Ireland's most prestigious flat race.
4.00 Athletics Action from the Norwich Union Grand Prix in Gateshead. Highlights include the men's 100m at 4.05, where Kim Collins will be heading an international field. From 5.20 the men's triple jump will feature Sweden's Christian Olsson , and Paula Radcliffe is scheduled to run her first race in Britain for nearly two years in the women's 10,000m at 6.15. TV presentation (athletics) Martin Webster Editor (athletics) Michael Cole


Unknown: Kim Collins
Unknown: Christian Olsson
Unknown: Paula Radcliffe
Unknown: Martin Webster
Unknown: Michael Cole

: Glastonbury 2004

The Godfather of Soul, James Brown , works through his repertoire on the Pyramid Stage as the festival winds up to its climactic denouement. There are also performances from the new queen of late-night nu-jazz, Amy Winehouse , and legendary US new-wave outfit Television. Plus reactions to the English National Opera's Glastonbury debut earlier today, and the promise of an acoustic set by Bonnie Raitt. Festival coverage continues on BBC3. There's more from Amy Winehouse in Trevor Nelson 's Lowdown, Friday 12.35am


Unknown: James Brown
Unknown: Amy Winehouse
Unknown: Bonnie Raitt.
Unknown: Amy Winehouse
Unknown: Trevor Nelson

: The Way We Went Wild

3/3. While David Attenborough continues to provide breathtaking insights into the natural world, a new breed of television presenter has emerged with one thing in common - their backgrounds have primed them for the job. Saba Douglas-Hamilton 's childhood was spent in close proximity to elephants in Kenya, Charlotte
Uhlenbroek grew up in Nepal, then studied chimpanzees in the jungle, and Steve Leonard trained as a vet before tracking down the world's most dangerous animals.
Director Andy Batbutt ; Series producer Sarah Manwaring-White


Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Saba Douglas-Hamilton
Unknown: Steve Leonard
Director: Andy Batbutt
Producer: Sarah Manwaring-White

: The Race for Everest

First shown last year to mark the 50th anniversary of the conquest of Mount Everest, this documentary tells the story of the historic expedition headed by Edmund Hillary. Seven previous attempts to scale the world's highest mountain had failed, and in 1953 it was only Hillary and Tenzing Norgay of Nepal who reached the summit after the other climbers were forced to turn back. Rare archive material and testimony from members of both the British and Swiss teams tell the inside story of this epic adventure, and throw new light on the bitter controversies that followed. Producer Mick Conefrey ; Executive producer Alex Holmes


Unknown: Edmund Hillary.
Unknown: Tenzing Norgay
Producer: Mick Conefrey
Producer: Alex Holmes

: Kingdom Hospital

7/13. Black Noise. Still unable to speak, Peter manages to warn Dr Hook and Mrs Druse of a malevolent presence within the hospital intent on harming patients and staff.
First shown on BBC3 (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/kingdomhospital RT DIRECT: The Journals of Eleanor Druse. available in paperback forjust £6.99 inc p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate)


Unknown: Mrs Druse
DrHook: Andrew McCarthy
Dr Stegman: Bruce Davison
DrJesseJames: Ed Begley Jr
Peter Rickman: Jack Coleman
Mrs Druse: Diane Ladd
Dr Louis Traff: William Wise
Carrie von Trier: Lena Georgas
Liz Hinton: Janet Wright
Brenda Abelson: Meagan Fay
Bobby Druse: Del Pentecost
ElmerTraff: Jamie Harrold
Abel: Brandon Bauer

: The Fast Show

Bob Fleming and his chums return to enjoy a traditional English drinking pursuit, Jazz Club challenges the notion of music, Arthur Atkinson stars in the movie Confessions of a Door-to-Door Cucumber Salesman, and a lonely hiker stops on the Yorkshire Moors, in the comedy sketch show. Director Mark Mylod ; Producers Paul Whrtehouse , Charlie Higson


Unknown: Bob Fleming
Music: Arthur Atkinson
Director: Mark Mylod
Producers: Paul Whrtehouse
Producers: Charlie Higson

: Glastonbury 2004

On the last night of Britain's biggest summer festival, the huge crowds are treated to a typically eclectic range of top artists. The closing acts include baroque West Country rock trio Muse, English pop's poet laureate of misery
Morrissey, emerging indie-popsters the Delays, Oxford's ever-chirpy Supergrass, fusion favourites Ozomatli and, making their last ever appearance, dance duo Orbital.
Jo Whiley , Mark Radcliffe , John Peel , Phill Jupitus and Lauren Laverne present the evening's performances, and look back at the weekend's musical highlights. BBCi: from 10pm digital viewers can access unbroken coverage from the main stages, as well as live music from the New Tent and Radio 1 Dance Stage, by pressing the red button on their handset. For news, line-ups and performer profiles visit www.bbc.co.ukjglastonbury


Unknown: Jo Whiley
Unknown: Mark Radcliffe
Unknown: John Peel
Unknown: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Lauren Laverne

: BBC Learning Zone

Get Reading Get Writing Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Learn the Basics 95616 3.00 Reading Skills
4.00 Getting Published 30003 5.00 Ask the Authors

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