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: CBBC

Ends 8.00.
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show The hapless youngster becomes a baseball mascot.
6.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
Woodman receives an infected bite from Scopes.
6.45 Tom and Jerry Kids A triple bill of juvenile high-jinks.
7.10 Captain Abercromby Great Oak gets sunstroke.
7.30 Blue Peter Exploring the rhythmic beat of Brazil. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
7.55 Newsround

: CBeebies

Ends 10.30.
Tikkabilla
Transport, Higgledy House and snow. (S)

8.30 Clifford the Big Red Dog
A power failure threatens to paralyse Birdwell Island. (R) (S)

8.45 Little Red Tractor
What is behind Stan and the Tractor's good fortune? (R) (S)

9.00 Fimbles
Rorrie finds a tickle. (R) (S)

9.20 Come Outside
Finding out about buses. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

9.40 Tweenies
The gang leam different types of dancing. (R) (S)

10.00 Teletubbies
Playing a sitting and standing game. (R) (S)

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Bourgie Sings the Blues. Can Carlton handle more bad news? With BB King.

: The Phil Silvers Show: Empty Store

Bilko rents an empty store - prompting a real-estate boom. (BW)

Followed by Trade Secrets

: The Daily Politics

The latest developments at Westminster.

: Working Lunch

Business news.

: Primrose Path

Melodrama starring Ginger Rogers. When Ellie May Adams, a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, meets clean-living Ed Wallace, she is determined to start a new life. The strain shows, however, when he learns the truth about her background.
Review page 53. (1940) (BW)

Contributors

Director: Gregory La Cava
Ellie May Adams: Ginger Rogers
Ed Wallace: Joel McCrea
Mamie Adams: Marjorie Rambeau
Gramp: Henry Travers
Homer Adams: Miles Mander

: 50 Years of BBC TV News

2/3. Covering the period from 1974 to 1993, Kate Adie remembers the three-day week and the IRA's mainland bombing campaign, while John Simpson recalls the destruction of the Berlin Wall, Thatcher's Britain and the end of apartheid and the USSR.
See Monday's choice. RT DIRECT: 50 Years of BBC Television News DVD, £9.99 inc p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate).
Fifty years of BBC news: centre pages

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Adie
Unknown: John Simpson

: Flog It

Paul Martin returns to his roots in Truro, Cornwall.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin

: Ready Steady Cook

Phil Vickery and Lesley Waters do culinary battle.

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Vickery
Unknown: Lesley Waters

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Homes under the Hammer

A first-time buyer's dream cottage in a beautiful village, a basement flat in London's upmarket South Kensington, and a plot of almost 30 acres of ancient woodland in Kent. All are up for auction. But who'll buy the properties, how much will they pay, and what do they plan to do with them? Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander investigate.

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Roberts
Unknown: Lucy Alexander

: HeadJam

How packed with trivial facts are the craniums of tonight's celebrity contestants, DJ Spoony and Celebdaq presenter Patrick O'Connell ? Vernon Kay aims to find out. The next episode follows On BBC3. Shown yesterday on BBC3

Contributors

Presenter: Patrick O'Connell
Presenter: Vernon Kay

: Hidden Treasure

Suffolk Mystery. What's the origin of the Anglo-Saxon gold, coins and bronze found in a Suffolk potato field? Over a 15-year period, metal-detection enthusiast Dave Cummings and friends have unearthed a remarkable collection. Archaeologists, seldom having encountered a find like this before, are baffled by what might lie beneath the field. Miranda Krestovnikoff and the team set out to discover the truth - has Cummings discovered a cemetery, a mint or even a royal settlement? Producer Dan Kendall ; Series producer Ian Potts

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Cummings
Unknown: Miranda Krestovnikoff
Producer: Dan Kendall
Producer: Ian Potts

: Get a New Life

Trading one seaside resort for another, the Ryan family leave Blackpool for Ayia Napa in Cyprus. Daughter Lynsey and her fiance Stuart are giving up good jobs in Lancashire to go in search of work on the so-called Island of Love, while parents Stephen and Dyren hope to fulfil their dream of opening a British sandwich bar there. After a trial month in the hotspot, have the Ryans maintained their enthusiasm for the move? Scott Huggins and Melissa Porter find out.
Director Sara Evans ; Series editor Susannah Walker

Contributors

Unknown: Scott Huggins
Unknown: Melissa Porter
Director: Sara Evans
Editor: Susannah Walker

: Inventions That Changed the World

The Computer. In Victorian times, computing involved crunching numbers using paper and pencil. A century later, we rely on computers for everything from communication to flying, driving to washing our dishes. Jeremy Clarkson investigates the impact of this influential invention, and asks if intelligent machines could pose a threat to our future.
Producer Peter Leonard ; Executive producer Michael Mosley

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Producer: Peter Leonard
Producer: Michael Mosley

: Yes Minister

1/7. The Compassionate Society. Hacker faces opposition when he suggests that medical staff are more integral to the efficient running of a new hospital than civil servants. The next episode follows on BBC4.
Writers Anthony Jay and Jonathan Lynn ; Producer Peter Whitmore

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Jay
Unknown: Jonathan Lynn
Producer: Peter Whitmore
Jim Hacker: Paul Eddington
Sir Humphrey: Nigel Hawthorne
Bernard Woolley: Derek Fowlds
Sir Ian Whitworth: John Barron
Brian Baker: Norman Bird
Mrs Rogers: Rosemary Frankau
Billy Fraser: Stephen Tate
Roy: Arthur Cox

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: BBC4 on BBC2

Ends 12.20am.
Confessions of an IRA Informer Tracing the life of Sean O'Callaghan , self-confessed IRA bomb-maker, murderer and, subsequently, double agent. Interviews, archive footage and dramatic reconstructions help tell O'Callaghan's remarkable story. Director Steve Lenhoff ; Producer Grainne McCotter

Contributors

Unknown: Sean O'Callaghan
Director: Steve Lenhoff

: The Darkest Light

Drama starring
Stephen Dillane and Kerry Fox. When free-spirited Catherine witnesses a strange phenomenon near her parents' Yorkshire farm, she believes it's a sign that her brother will recover from leukaemia. But when word of her vision spreads, it causes sharp divisions within the community. Review page 53.
Directors Simon Beaufoy and Bille Eltringham (1999, 12)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Dillane
Unknown: Kerry Fox.
Directors: Simon Beaufoy

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 PSHE Lifeschool A-Z Divorce, gangs, violence, age limits and taking ecstacy are the issues tackled in the first of two programmes for young people. 34620 4.00 PSHE Lifeschool A-Z Paying your way, training, work and the law.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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