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: CBBC

Ends 8.00.
The Silver Brumby A wild beast attacks Golden.
6.25 The Adventures of Marco and Gina Ardelia opens up the palace to paying visitors.
6 50 Rotten Ralph The cat takes a bike challenge.
7 00 Short Change: the Fat Nation
Challenge Update.
7.05 Ully the Witch Hector takes
Lilly to the rainforest.
7 30 Ocean Odyssey The boys plan to rescue Ner!.
7.55 Newsround

Contributors

Unknown: Gina Ardelia

: CBeebies

Ends 10.30.
8:00: Big Cook Little Cook: Cinderella visits the cafe.
8:20: Tots TV: The friends find out how milk is made.
8:30: Postman Pat and Friends: Pat plays football. Including Pingu at
8:45: Pingu tries knitting. Letters/art to [address removed]
9:00: Balamory: Josie needs building blocks. Writer Wayne Jackman
For cast see Friday
9:20: Come Outside: Auntie Mabel looks at sewage.
9:40: Tweenies: Bella has to keep saying sorry.
10:00: Teletubbies: Po watches kids picking blackberries. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Postcards: Kenya - Daily Life in Rural Kenya
3919112 10.40 Maths Challenge (ages 9-10) TV Workout Year 5 - Zeros 3442792 10.50 Maths
Challenge (ages 9-10) TV Workout Year 5 - Decimals
11.00 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) Change and Liberty: Scotland in the Time of Burns - Spinners and Smugglers

: Trade Secrets

Tips from pros.

: The Daily Politics: Conference Special

Environmentalist Jonathon Porritt addresses the Lib-Dems. Plus transport and education debates. More at 2.30pm.

Contributors

Speaker: Jonathon Porritt

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Numbertime (ages 5-7) Money Problems to lOp
1.15 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) This Is the Bear and The Picnic Lunch

: Working Lunch

Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: The Phil Slivers Show

Big Investigation. Bilko feigns poverty. (BW) Followed by Witness

: The Daily Politics:Conference Special

Matthew Taylor MP presents the Lib-Dems' election plans and the delegates debate the future for Iraq.

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Taylor

: Flog It!

Bradford hosts the antique auction game. Presented by Paul Martin. (Revised repeat)

Contributors

Presented By: Paul Martin.

: Ready Steady Cook

Lesley Waters and Nick Nairn join Ainsley Harriott for the cookery challenge. Recipes on Ceefax page

Contributors

Unknown: Lesley Waters
Unknown: Nick Nairn
Unknown: Ainsley Harriott

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Paralympic Grandstand

Join Team GB on a quest for gold, on the fourth day of the paralympics. On the track, David Weir and Dave Holding will hope to have made it to the men's 200m final, while
Olympic champion and world record-holder Lloyd "the Essex Express" Upsdell prepares for the semi-finals of the 100m.
The pool was the source of some of Britain's greatest moments in Sydney four years ago - and James Crisp ,
Sascha Kindred , Sarah Bailey and Anthony Stephens are among those hoping to keep up that fine tradition today.
The GB men's wheelchair basketball team are aiming for the knockout stages against France, while their rugby counterparts face a final group match against Germany.
Presented by Clare Balding and Colin Jackson , with commentary by Paul Dickenson and Tushar Patel
(athletics), Matt Chilton and Paul Noble (swimming), and Stuart Storey and Dan Johnson (wheelchair basketball).
Executive producer Helen Kuttner : Editor Carl Hicks BBC Radio 5 Live has updates from Athens throughout the day One Final Question with Ade Adepitan: page

Contributors

Unknown: David Weir
Unknown: Dave Holding
Unknown: James Crisp
Unknown: Sascha Kindred
Unknown: Sarah Bailey
Unknown: Anthony Stephens
Presented By: Clare Balding
Unknown: Colin Jackson
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson
Commentary By: Tushar Patel
Unknown: Matt Chilton
Unknown: Paul Noble
Unknown: Stuart Storey
Unknown: Dan Johnson
Producer: Helen Kuttner
Editor: Carl Hicks

: Sweet Chariots

Crashing a car onto its roof, being crushed in a scrum or diving into the sea and hitting solid rock hasn't stopped the people involved seeking adrenalin, thrills and glory for Britain. How? Wheelchair rugby-the fast and furious Paralympic sport that began life as "murderball".
Director Nigel Gainsborough : Executive producer Pat Younge

Contributors

Director: Nigel Gainsborough
Producer: Pat Younge

: The Bank of Mum and Dad

New series 1/6. Two kids, two cars, a big mortgage and even bigger debt are piling up on Dawn Murphy and her fiance Richard Holford. They've been spending too much, living beyond their means and relying on credit cards. To make matters worse, they've got a wedding planned for next year that will plunge them even deeper into debt.
Dawn's parents Jackie and Steve are about to find out how much trouble their daughter is in. They're moving in with Dawn and Richard and have just one week to tackle their overspending. Tempers fray but can Mum and Dad get the young family back on the straight and narrow?
Series producer Helen Bullough (AD)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Holford.
Producer: Helen Bullough

: This Is My Family - The Woods at Wits' End

Following families as they face challenging situations.
2/5. For 20 years, all Christina [text removed] wanted was to be a mother. So, at 48, she and husband Woody have filled their middle-age years not with life's luxuries but with six adopted kids -five of whom are learning disabled. Their story is told by one of the children, 13-year-old Debra.
Director Jo Abel ; Executive producer Lynn Alleway

Contributors

Unknown: Christina [text removed]
Director: Jo Abel
Producer: Lynn Alleway

: The Kumars at No 42

Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Johnny Vaughan are welcomed in Wembley as they join Meera Syal , Vincent Ebrahim , Indira Joshi and Sanjeev Bhaskar for the spoof chat show. Producers Anil Gupta , Richard Pinto and Sharat Sardana
Executive producers Jimmy Mulville and Denise O'Donoghue

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Vaughan
Unknown: Meera Syal
Unknown: Vincent Ebrahim
Unknown: Indira Joshi
Unknown: Sanjeev Bhaskar
Producers: Anil Gupta
Producers: Richard Pinto
Producers: Jimmy Mulville
Producers: Denise O'Donoghue

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: I Went Down

Amusingly dark comedy starring Brendan Gleeson and Peter McDonald. Git Hynes gets out of prison and straight into trouble when he is forced into an underworld assignment by crime boss Tom French. To Hynes's despair, French teams him up with psychopathic hit man Bunny Kelly. Review page 52.
Director Paddy Breathnach (1997, 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Brendan Gleeson
Unknown: Peter McDonald
Unknown: Git Hynes
Unknown: Tom French
Unknown: Bunny Kelly

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/ieamingzone Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 AS Guru: English 1 The concept of a "text" and the importance of its context, and the meaning of genre.
4.00 AS Guru: English 2 Interpreting texts, speech, writing, literary language and linguistic frameworks.








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