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: CBeebies

Double bill.

6.40 The Story Makers


Looney Tunes
7.05 What's New Scooby-Doo? The gang's van comes to life.
7.30 Smile Games, dramas and cartoons. Presented by Fearne Cotton and Barney Harwood.
Director Ian Trill ; Producer Ben Brewster


Director: Ian Trill
Producer: Ben Brewster

: Sunday Style

Nicki Chapman reveals how to benefit from a little bit of love. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Diarmuid Gavin transform a couple's home and garden.
Senes producer Richard Sharman


Unknown: Nicki Chapman
Unknown: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown: Diarmuid Gavin
Producer: Richard Sharman

: Shoebox Zoo

8/13. Mamie uses powers to discourage a determined bully. snown9NovonBBCl
12.25 9/13. Dad decides to take Marnie camping. Episode 11 is on Tuesday at 5pm on BBC1.

: The Future Is Wild

13/13. The Tentacled Forest
Two hundred million years from now, what strange creatures will inhabit extensive, lush areas of temperate forest?

: Sunday Grandstand

introduced by Craig Doyle.
1.20 Rugby Union The pick of the action from yesterday's autumn international between England and Australia at Twickenham. How will the home side shape up under new coach
Andy Robinson ? With John Inverdale.
2.10 Rugby League Highlights from Saturday's Tri-Nations final at Elland Road in Leeds, where Great Britain will be hoping to beat world champions Australia for the second time in the competition. With Clare Balding.
3.00 Snooker Just two men remain in the battle for the UK championship. Last year's final saw Matthew Stevens beat five-time winner Stephen Hendry. Will he pick up the L70,000 top prize again or will he have to console himself with the L35,000 runner's-up cheque? Hazel Irvine is at the Barbican Centre in York. More at 8pm. Producer Lakviar Singh
Editor Lawrence Duffy


Introduced By: Craig Doyle.
Unknown: Andy Robinson
Unknown: John Inverdale.
Unknown: Matthew Stevens
Unknown: Stephen Hendry.
Producer: Lakviar Singh
Editor: Lawrence Duffy

: Bill Oddie in Tiger Country

. The naturalist embarks on a personal pilgrimage I to Corbett National Park in India, the place where a close friend of his was killed by a tiger. In the search forthe elusive big cat, Oddie encounters elephants roaming in the morning mist, monkeys and deer on the lookout for each other, and unusual crocodiles.
In a last ditch attempt to spot a tiger he takes an elephant ride, but how will he react if successful? Producer Hugh Pearson ; Exec editor Fiona Pteher


Producer: Hugh Pearson
Editor: Fiona Pteher

: Natural World

Mississippi- Tales of the Last River Rat. Stunning portrait of the wildlife and landscape of one of the world's most famous rivers. Stretching for over
2,500 miles and travelling from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico in Louisiana, it's home to beavers, snapping turtles, sturgeon, pelicans and eagles. Producer Andrew Graham-Brown Shown last Thu


Producer: Andrew Graham-Brown

: Every Home Should Have One

Garry Lavin tackles the mechanics of domestic life. Keeping Life Easy. The designer and inventor looks at the gadgets and inventions that take the strain out of dreary domestic chores, including lawn mowers, washing machines and telephones. Series producer Ben Southwell ; Exec producer Mark Hill


Unknown: Garry Lavin
Producer: Ben Southwell
Producer: Mark Hill

: Snooker

The climax to this year's UK championship final at York's Barbican Centre. Twelve months ago
Matthew Stevens beat Stephen Hendry 10-8 to claim the first world-ranking title of his career.
Tonight a maximum of ten frames will decide the victor, who will receive a cheque for £70,000.
Hazel Irvine isjoined byformerchampions
Steve Davis and John Parrott. Commentary comes from Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo. www.bbc.co.uk/snooker


Unknown: Matthew Stevens
Unknown: Stephen Hendry
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott.
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: John Virgo.

: Match of the Day 2

Highlights of today's clash between Liverpool and Arsenal, where the Reds were out to avenge a brace of league losses against the Gunners last season. Meanwhile Everton visited Newcastle, while Spurs played host to Middlesbrough. Adrian Chiles is joined by Alan Hansen and Gordon Strachan.
Series producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth


Unknown: Alan Hansen
Unknown: Gordon Strachan.
Producer: James Irving
Editor: Mark Demuth

: Top Gear

It's the longest and most terrifying racetrack in the world, but Jeremy reckons on taming Germany's Nurburgring. Plus Richard and James pay tribute to the London Routemaster bus. Series producer Gary Broadhurst ; Series editor Andy Wilman
Shown last Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/topgear BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: L3.75, monthly


Producer: Gary Broadhurst
Editor: Andy Wilman

: Initiation

Culture-clash adventure drama.
American teenager Danny visits estranged father Nat on his remote Australian homestead. Conflict arises, however, when Danny discovers Nat runs a drugs ring to make ends meet. Review page 60. Director Michael Pearce (1987, 15)


Director: Michael Pearce

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkillS - Get Confident Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Tool Kit to Communicating Making the Best of Yourself. First of two work-related guides.
3.00 Talking with Others. 73271 4.00 Confidence Zone First of two programmes. Boosting confidence in the workplace. 86946 5.00 Expert advice on how to improve self-esteem.

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