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: CBeebies: Fimbles

A whistle is found and a game of football played.

: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Jackson and Jelly receive presents.


Looney Tunes
7.05 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo
Tackling evil felines, hang-gliding and an angry sea captain.
7.30 Smile Pop band V perform their
' new single and Arsenal Football Club are the celebrity roomcam victims.
Plus games, cartoons and dramas. Presented by Barney Harwood and Reggie Yates.
Director Ian Trill ; Producer Mo Clasby


Presented By: Barney Harwood
Presented By: Reggie Yates.
Director: Ian Trill
Producer: Mo Clasby

: Sunday Style

Extremes is the theme as Nicki Chapman looks at gardening on an unfeasibly steep slope, intenor design a la Austin Powers and sculpting in ice. Plus interviews with writer Lynda La Plante and architect Maxwell Hutchinson Series producer Dick Sharman


Unknown: Nicki Chapman
Unknown: Lynda La Plante
Producer: Dick Sharman

: The Future Is Wild

7/13 Hooded World, Ocean phantoms, spindletroopers and reef gliders prosper on a hot and steamy Earth 100 million years in the future.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Craig Doyle.
12.30 Sport Plus The latest sporting news and comment. 12 45 Moto GP Live coverage of the season's climax from
Valencia in Spain as Valentino Rossi looks to go out in style after recently claiming his fourth successive world title. Presented by Suzi Perry.
2.00 Gymnastics Live action from the Glasgow Grand Prix, where places at December's World Cup final could be won. A wealth of Olympic medallists compete alongside Britain's best. 3 45 Rugby League Highlights from the City of Manchester stadium of Great Britain's opening match in the Tri-Nations tournament against Australia.
4.30 Rumble In the Jungle
George Foreman is among those recalling how Muhammad AN took his world heavyweight crown in Zaire 30 years ago. Producer Richard Carr
Editor Lawrence Duffy The Fight is tonight at 9pm


Introduced By: Craig Doyle.
Unknown: Valentino Rossi
Presented By: Suzi Perry.
Unknown: George Foreman
Producer: Richard Carr
Editor: Lawrence Duffy

: Some MothersDo 'Ave 'Em

A iob interview ends in mayhem. Writer Raymond Allen


Unknown: Raymond Allen

: Wild Summer River

It's a charmed life for badgers, foxes, herons and kingfishers on the verdant banks of the River Dart in Devon as it gently wends its way through sunny heath, ancient oak woodland and open pasture.
Producer Roger Webb : Executive editor Fiona Pitcher


Producer: Roger Webb

: Elephants of Samburu

2/2. As night falls on Kenya's Samburu reserve, the abandoned orphan's life hangs in the balance. Meanwhile, a crippled elephant has a run-in with fierce crocodiles and a newborn calftakes its first faltering steps. With Saba Douglas-Hamilton .
Producer Lucinda Axelsson ; Series prod Wendy Darke


Unknown: Saba Douglas-Hamilton
Producer: Lucinda Axelsson
Unknown: Wendy Darke

: Natural World

Desert Wolves of India. The hostile yet beautiful Kutch desert is the backdrop for a lupine life cycle. Producer Mike Birkhead Shown last Thursday (AD)


Producer: Mike Birkhead

: Get a New Life

Chiropodist David Smith doesn't speak Norwegian, but should definitely familiarise himself with "fot" before emigrating with his family to the land of ice and snow. How will they cope with the culture shock? Director Guy Harris ; Series producer Jeanine Josman


Unknown: David Smith
Director: Guy Harris
Producer: Jeanine Josman

: Top Gear

Which is faster- "Skateboard Kid" or a turbocharged rally car? Plus, the new Ford Focus and the Ferrari Enzo put through their paces, today's supercars head-to-head with 80s dream machines and Geri Halliwell , today'sStar/n a Reasonably Priced Car. Series editor Andy Wilman ; Executive producer Gary Hunter
Rptd tomorrow at 11.25pm www.bbc.co.uk/topgear BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: new issue on sale 3 November, £3.75


Unknown: Ferrari Enzo
Unknown: Geri Halliwell
Editor: Andy Wilman
Producer: Gary Hunter

: The Fight

2/4. Black and White. The 1938 title fight between two heavyweight rivals - America's Joe Louis and Germany's Max Schmeling - was sensationally billed as a showdown between US democracy and Nazi oppression. It was also a chance for African-American Louis to strike a blow for racial equality. Producer Tom Ware ; Executive producer Michael Poole


Unknown: Joe Louis
Unknown: Max Schmeling
Producer: Tom Ware
Producer: Michael Poole

: Have I Got News for You

3/9. With former Commons leader Robin Cook as guest host. Shown last Fri on BBC1


Leader: Robin Cook

: Match of the Day 2

Southampton defender Graeme Le Saux joins Adrian Chiles to mull over yesterday's eight Premiership matches, as well as today's clash between Bolton Wanderers and Newcastle United. Series producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth


Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Pundit: Graeme Le Saux
Series Producer: James Irving
Editor: Mark Demuth

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

6/6. Katie Melua , Michelle Gayle , Jane McDonald and Aaron Gilbert of the Delays guest. A Christmas special is planned. Shown last Monday


Unknown: Katie Melua
Unknown: Michelle Gayle
Unknown: Jane McDonald
Unknown: Aaron Gilbert

: Room 101

7/8. Unsurprisingly, hecklers top comedian Omid Djalili 's list Of gripes. Shown last Monday (AD)


Unknown: Omid Djalili

: Bandolero!

Colourful western starring
James Stewart , Dean Martin , Raquel Welch and George Kennedy. Having fought on opposing sides during the Civil War, the Bishop brothers team up as part of an outlaw gang. Review page 50.
Director Andrew V McLaglen (1968, 15) (AD) James Stewart stars in Magic Town tomorrow at 1.30pm


Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Dean Martin
Unknown: Raquel Welch
Unknown: George Kennedy.
Director: Andrew V McLaglen
Unknown: James Stewart

: BBC Learning ZoneWorkSkills for Adult Learners

Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Reading Skills 72449 3.00 IT for Work
4.00 IT for Retirement 27536 5.00 New Arrivals Asylum seekers' experiences in Scotland.

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