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: CBBC: The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

Helping Peppermint Patty.

: CBBC: The Adventures of Marco and Gina

A food shortage.

: CBBC: Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks

Is Molly's doll really a leprechaun?

: CBBC: SMart on the Road

A school field in Norfolk transformed.

: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

Ben becomes scared of apples.

: CBeebies: Ethelbert the Tiger

Nobody will play in the sun.

: CBeebies: The Koala Brothers

Ned has an imaginary friend.

: CBeebies: Tweenies

Fizz falls over and hurts her wrist.

: CBeebies: Something Special

A look at food. Signed.

: CBeebies: Fimbles

Florrie finds a jack-in-a-box.

: CBeebies: Brum

The little car has a heroic day.

: CBeebies: Pingu

Penguin tales.

: CBeebies: Teletubbies Everywhere

A visit to Korea. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9) (5) 9713226 10.40 Something Special (ages 4-7) Signed.
11.00 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 5-7) Double bill.

: The Daily Politics

Westminster analysis.

: Working Lunch

Business news, including a report from Patrick O'Connell in New York on the prospects for shares in 2005.


Unknown: Patrick O'Connell

: Bowls

Live coverage of the singles quarter-finals at the world indoor championships. The players will have their eyes on snatching the E28,000 winner's prize and wresting the trophy from title-holder Alex Marshall.


Unknown: Alex Marshall.

: Sun, Sea and Bargain Spotting

On the lookout for antiques in the French city of Lyon.

: Ready Steady Cook

Nick Nairn and James Tanner cook-off against the clock.


Unknown: Nick Nairn
Unknown: James Tanner

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Euro Family Xchange

The language barrier and culture clash is evident as German dad Stefan sings Elvis before a packed and rowdy Friday night pub audience. Just as well this is the last day of the week-long life swap.
Producer Malcolm Donkin


Producer: Malcolm Donkin

: Escape to the Country

Driving instructor Michael Naylor wants to leave the congestion of south-east London behind and flee to Devon. Can Melissa Porter help? (Revised repeat)


Unknown: Michael Naylor
Unknown: Melissa Porter

: The Culture Show

Reports on Charles Saatchi 's rediscovery of painting, the competition to be recognised as Britain's best museum and a close-up look at what makes a great news photograph. Plus a profile of conductor Simon Rattle and an appreciation of the Hammond organ's place in pop music over the past 50 years. Presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon . Series producers Edward Morgan and Julian Birkett ;
Series editor George Entwistle Repeated at 11.20pm


Unknown: Charles Saatchi
Conductor: Simon Rattle
Presented By: Andrew Graham-Dixon
Presented By: Julian Birkett
Editor: George Entwistle

: Rick Stein's Food Heroes - Another Helping

Handmade pickles, lamb pies, freshly smoked kippers and damson cobblers are all on the menu as Rick and trusty dog Chalky hit the road in search of good culinary fare. Plus an impromptu egg taste test. Director/Producer David Pritchard (AD)


Producer: David Pritchard

: The Reclaimers

New series 1/7. Exploring the work of salvage dealers whose job it is to scour old buildings, against the clock, in order to save interesting and eclectic antiques. Tonight John Rawlinson flies to France to buy limestone troughs, while Rod Donaldson reclaims an iconic 1950s kitchen. And just what is
Nadine Sweetland Ford going to do with Stella McCartney 's old staircase and a batch of historic radiators?
Series producer Susan Crook (AD) Alan Titchmarsh on second-hand treasure: page 38


Unknown: John Rawlinson
Unknown: Rod Donaldson
Unknown: Nadine Sweetland Ford
Unknown: Stella McCartney
Producer: Susan Crook
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh

: Horizon

New series Global Dimming. What if all our predictions about the world's climate are wrong?
Scientists have discovered a phenomenon that may have already contributed to the deaths of hundreds of thousands through drought and famine. At its heart is a study that shows that the average amount of sunlight reaching the Earth has diminished over a number of years, hiding the consequences of global warming in the process - a theory labelled "global dimming".
Producer David Sington ; Editor Matthew Barrett Adam Hart-Davis on global warming: page 35


Producer: David Sington
Editor: Matthew Barrett
Editor: Adam Hart-Davis

: Sweeney Investigates

New series 1/3. The Kabbalah Centre.
John Sweeney investigates happenings in the worlds of politics, sport and social affairs. He begins with a look at the Kabbalah Centre, an organisation that promotes a new form of Jewish mysticism. Madonna, Demi Moore and Britney Spears are among its followers. But the sinister reality beneath the celebrity gloss reveals evidence of damaged lives and battered bank balances. Series producer Sam Bagnall
Executive producer Fiona Stourton (AD)


Unknown: John Sweeney
Unknown: Demi Moore
Producer: Sam Bagnall
Producer: Fiona Stourton

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.


Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: The Culture ShOW

Shown at 7pm

: Bowls Extra

Highlights from the quarter-finals of the world indoor championships.

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision English 1 A look at the English curriculum, focusing on Macbeth. 74801 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Maths 1 Number and Measures. Covering the number system.

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