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: CBBC: Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

Snoopy and Woodstock.

: CBBC: Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks

Revision pressure hits Piggley.

: CBeebies: Something Special

Pretending to swim. Signed.

: CBeebies: Fimbles


: CBeebies: Brum

: CBeebies: Pingu

Grandpa visits.

: CBeebies: Teletubbies Everywhere

Spanish dancing.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

Oganga: the Giver and Taker of Life. On a wartime mission in the Congo, Indy encounters
Albert Schweitzer. Another episode tomorrow at 10.30am


Unknown: Albert Schweitzer.

: Nick Baker's Rainforest

The rich wildlife paradise of the Costa Rican rainforest.

: Wildlife on Two

SBear Crime - Caught in the Act Why Californian black bears are breaking into cars.

: Lifeline

Fergal Keane appeals on behalf of Combat Stress.
Please see Sunday BBO 4.55pm for donation details


Unknown: Fergal Keane

: What the Victorians Did for Us

Anaesthetics in surgery and the theory of evolution.

: Working Lunch

Business issues.

: World Darts

Day five of the world championships where, last year Ted Hankey made easy progress to the quarter-finals against Stephen Bunting. BBCi: full, uninterrupted coverage of the day's play is available via the red button


Unknown: Ted Hankey
Unknown: Stephen Bunting.

: Ready Steady Cook

Atlantic rowers Sally and Sarah Kettle compete.


Unknown: Sarah Kettle

: Weakest Link

Quickfire quiz. (RMS)

: Animal Park

A centenarian tortoise fights for its life and there's ghostly goings on at Longleat House. And webcam footage shows the rhinos, lions and sheepdogs as they've never been seen before. Series producer Chris Powell
Executive producer Annette Clarke


Producer: Chris Powell
Producer: Annette Clarke

: Every Home Should Have One

2/6. Keeping Life Easy. The gadgets and inventions that take the strain around the home are spotlighted by inventor Garry Lavin. The secrets of the washing machine are revealed by chopping one in half, the unknown origins of the lawnmower are uncovered and the evolution of the telephone is traced.
Series producer Ben Southwell ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Postponed from 28 November


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

: The Town That Wants a Twin

2/12. The town of Zrece in Slovenia continues its bid to convince Sedbergh in Cumbria to twin with them, but tonight Samo, the singing teacher faces a huge challenge. Alan the bandmaster wants him to conduct his precious band at a concert, but Samo has never led a brass band before and essential kit has been left behind. Meanwhile, teenagers Ines and Tadej are causing a stir in the town - on the football pitch and in the local disco. See yesterday's choice.

: Natural World

Land of the Falling Lakes. A visit to Plitvice Lakes
National Park in Croatia, Europe's oldest national park, whose ancient beech forests are a stronghold for wolves, lynx and bears. Hidden beneath the trees, spectacular limestone caves act as home to blind salamanders and cave voles found nowhere else on Earth.
Producer Michael Schlamberger ; Series editor Tim Martin www.bbc.co.uk/nature


Producer: Michael Schlamberger
Editor: Tim Martin

: Polar Bear Diary

1/4. A look at the work of "Bear Sheriff" Wayde Roberts whose nightmare job is to keep hungry polar bears and tourists apart in the Canadian town of Churchill. Producer Paul Appleby ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher


Unknown: Wayde Roberts
Producer: Paul Appleby
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Drugland

2/3. Manchester An examination of just how far crack, heroin and other drug dealing has permeated everyday life among young people on the estates of Greater Manchester, creating violence and crime in its wake. Reporter
Sarah O'Connell journeys back to her hometown of Bury to find out from those inside the trade - both users and dealers alike - why and how the drugs industry is taking hold of a new generation. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm. See yesterday's choice.
Producer Tom Giles


Reporter: Sarah O'Connell
Producer: Tom Giles

: Ql

Jo Brand , Dave Gorman , Jeremy Hardy and Alan Davies discuss antelopes, artists and Alexander the Great in an edition from the first series of the almost impossible quiz first shown in 2003. Stephen Fry keeps order.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd Educating Stephen: page 16


Unknown: Jo Brand
Unknown: Dave Gorman
Unknown: Jeremy Hardy
Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Director: Ian Lorimer
Producer: John Lloyd

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman. (5)


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: World Darts

A round-up of the action from day five of the World Professional Darts championships at the Lakeside Country Club. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Bobby George. Commentary comes from David Croft , Tony Green and John Part. (5) BBCi: full and uninterrupted coverage of the day's play is available to digital viewers via the red handset button


Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Bobby George.
Unknown: David Croft
Unknown: Tony Green
Unknown: John Part.

: World Darts Extra

Extended highlights of the action from day five at Frimley Green.

: BBC News 24

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