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: CBBC

Ends 8.00.
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show Marcie tries to advise Patty on how to get better grades.
6.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
General Granger desperately seeks out some missile launch codes from a space station.
6.45 Tom and Jerry Kids A triple-bill of cat-and mouse capers.
7.10 Captain Abercromby Jake and Bobweb plot to steal the Sultan's precious jewel.
7.30 Blue Peter Matt and Liz travel by boat deep into the Amazonian jungle. With signing. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
7.55 Newsround

: CBeebies

Ends 10.30.
Tikkabilla
Investigating rainforests, wings and monsters with Sarah-Jane. Justin and Tamba. (S)

8.30 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Kittens Betty and Billy wreak havoc in Mr Bleakman 's yard. (R) (S)

8.45 Little Red Tractor
A rare day off for Stan turns hectic when he helps out his neighbours. (R) (S)

9 00 Fimbles
Fimbo finds and then loses a gold star. (R) (S)

9.20 Come Outside
Auntie Mabel cleans the house. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

9.40 Tweenies
Judy pays a visit to the Science Museum. (R) (S)

10.00 Teletubbies
The friends play in and around a puddle. (R) (S)

: The Fresh Prince ofBel-Air

Not, I Barbecue. Will and Carton's double date goes great - until the boyfriend of one of the girls shows up. Followed by The Witness

: The Parliamentary Awards

Best speech and parliamentarian of the year are among the categories rewarded at The House Magazine's .annual ceremony. Andrew Neil hosts. Director David Coleman
Producer Charlie Courtauld

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil
Director: David Coleman

: Wildlife on Two

Oasis. Studying how an island of fertile land in the desert sustains a variety of life.

: Working Lunch

Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: Golf

Live coverage of the first round of the Scottish Open as the European Tour reaches
Loch Lomond. In 2003 it was Emie Els who won the event, and if the South African can repeat that performance then it will serve as great preparation for next week's Open Championship at Royal Troon. US Masters winner
Phil Mickelson and recent US Open champion Retief Goosen will be among those looking to prevent a successful defence of the title.
Presented by Steve Rider , with commentary provided by Peter Alliss , Ken Brown , Wayne Grady , Alex Hay , Beverly Lewis and Julian Tutt. Coverage continues tomorrow at 1.30pm. Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater

Contributors

Unknown: Loch Lomond.
Unknown: Emie Els
Unknown: Phil Mickelson
Unknown: Retief Goosen
Presented By: Steve Rider
Provided By: Peter Alliss
Provided By: Ken Brown
Provided By: Wayne Grady
Provided By: Alex Hay
Provided By: Beverly Lewis
Provided By: Julian Tutt.
Producers: Paul Davies
Producers: Barbara Slater

: Flog It

Antiques belonging to the public of Dundee go under the hammer. But how much will they raise at auction?

: Homes under the Hammer

The gavel gets ready to fall on a farmhouse in Cheshire with some noisy feathery neighbours, a charming shop in Derby and a plot of land in historic Rochester. But who will buy these properties at auction, and how much will they pay for them? Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts find out.

Contributors

Unknown: Lucy Alexander
Unknown: Martin Roberts

: HeadJam

The pop culture quiz continues with presenter
Claudia Winkleman and comedian Joe Cornish in the hot seat. Vemon Kay
hosts. The next edition follows at 7.30 on BBC3.
Shown yesterday on BBC3

Contributors

Presenter: Claudia Winkleman
Unknown: Joe Cornish
Unknown: Vemon Kay

: Landscape Mysteries - The Terraces of Avalon

8/8. One of the enigmas surrounding Glastonbury has been the origin of a series of a stepped terraces on the Tor. Were they part of a Neolithic maze or even fortifications built by King Arthur on his fabled island of Avalon? Aubrey Manning searches for answers and examines connections between the terraces and the many myths about this part of Somerset. Director Nick Metcalfe : Producer Martin Mortimore

Contributors

Unknown: Aubrey Manning
Director: Nick Metcalfe
Producer: Martin Mortimore

: Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

From innovative show gardens to the spectacular floral marquees, Diarmuid Gavin and Charlie Dimmock reveal what's hot and what's not at the RHS Hampton Court
Palace Flower Show. This year's award winners are also announced, and actor Richard Briers discusses how the self-sufficiency lifestyle that was championed in The Good Life has gone mainstream. There's also tips on how a home vineyard can be started up in the UK, there's a trip to New York to discover more about a designer who brought the indoors outdoors years before his successors, plus the pond doctor tries to transform a stagnant school pool into a beautiful aquatic feature.
More highlights from the show tomorrow at 8pm. Alan Titchmarsh on being king for a day: page 38

Contributors

Unknown: Diarmuid Gavin
Unknown: Charlie Dimmock
Unknown: Richard Briers
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh

: The Boy from the Block: This World

On 15 February this year Aboriginal teenager Thomas "TJ" Hickey died from an injury his family claim was sustained after being chased by a police patrol in a rundown area of Sydney.
Hickey's death sparked some of the worse race riots ever seen in Australia, with scores of youths fighting running battles with police near Sydney city centre. With unique access to the family of the boy, reporter David Akinsanya investigates why Aboriginals have disastrously failed to integrate into their own country, and why so many white Australians have a negative stereotype image of their indigenous neighbours. Director/Producer Guy Smith

Contributors

Reporter: David Akinsanya
Producer: Guy Smith

: Room 101

Opinionated chef Gordon Ramsay vents his anger at a variety of irritations, including compulsory service charges in restaurants, London taxi drivers, traffic wardens, nappies and women behind the wheel. Naturally he also wishes to rid the world of okra - "the vegetable that tastes of nothing". Paul Merton considers his choices for oblivion. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Ramsay
Unknown: Paul Merton
Director: Geraldine Dowd
Producer: Victoria Payne

: Newsnight

Presented by Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Presented By: Gavin Esler.

: BBC4 on BBC2

Ends 12.45am.
The Cannabis Years The first of two films from the Time Shift documentary strand examines how the debate surrounding cannabis has evolved over the past 50 years.
12.05 AM Gurus Time Shift considers howthe philosophy of the Indian guru has entered mainstream British society.
Director Sebastian Barfield ; Series producer Tom Ware

Contributors

Director: Sebastian Barfield
Producer: Tom Ware

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 PSHE Lifeschool Sex Education. Four programmes for older teenagers about sex and relationships.
4.00 PSHE Lifeschool Drugs. The effects of drug-taking. Crime and Punishment. The story of man whose need for self-esteem leads to burglary, assault and prison. 21002 (non-PDC)








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