The usual mix of games and cartoons, plus Freefaller's debut single and Dani Harmer - aka Tracy Beaker - in Pop Art. With Barney Harwood and Rochelle Wiseman.
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Guest (Pop Art):
A British family living the dream in France and Laurence Llewelyn -Bowen's minimalist design rules provide inspiration for viewers looking to downshift. Plus,
Cliff Richard discusses his new album. Series producer Dick Sharman
Actress June Whitfield guests as the stir fry wizard prepares spicy fish curry.
1/3. The River That Swallows
All Rivers. Viewing the rich and varied world of Africa's River
Congo. Today's safari features a bizarre-looking, man-sized bird. John Lynch narrates. (5)A re-run of Congo - on Location begins on Wednesday at 8.50pm
Presented by Sue Barker.
The Australian Open, the first Grand Slam event of the year, reaches its middle weekend. Coverage of the women's final is on Friday at 2.15am on BBC1.
From Glasgow, highlights of the World Wheelchair championships, with Scotland bidding to retain the title.
Hahnenkamm course in Kitzbuhel, Austria, is the setting for the men's downhill race, part of the World Cup circuit. Ski Sunday
Special is on Friday at 2.30pm. Producer Gabby Cook (skiing); Editor
Alastair Mclntyre BBCi- digital viewers can access live coverage of the Welsh Open snooker final from 1.30pm and 7.30pm via the red button
Frank and Betty plan a second honeymoon by the sea.
Writer Raymond Allen
The Wind in the Willows. Which real-life river setting inspired
Kenneth Grahame 's children's classic? Bill Oddie finds out.
- Leopards are notoriously secretive - but Bella and her cubs are a glorious exception, as Saba Douglas -Hamilton found out while tracking the family in Kenya. Producer Colin Jackson ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
Echo of the Elephants - the Final Chapter? Echo the elephant seems to be in decline, but the venerable old matriarch has a secret. David Attenborough narrates. Producer Mike Birkhead ; Series editor Tim Martin
Shown last Wednesday bbc.co.uk/nature
1 2/8. In a re-creation of the 1066 battle at Stamford
Bridge, the Eagers family from Surrey step into
King Harold's shoes to challenge a Viking invasion led by Harald Hardraade , the fearsome warrior king. Series producer Angus Cameron
Want to look flash but haven't got the cash? The team track down a Porsche for under Fl,500 in tonight's compilation of 2004 series highlights. Series producer Gary Broadhurst ; Series editor Andy Wilman
Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/topgear
4/11. Pete Tong , Fearne Cotton, Chris Park from Phixx and comedian Stephen Frost are tonight's guests. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Steve Doherty
Repeated next Saturday Mark Lamarr presents Shake, Rattle and Roll Thursday 9pm Radio 2 Phill Jupitus on Bob Marley : page 36
4/6. It's Davy Jones's locker for a neighbour's pet when Jones forgets the fish food.
Writer Mark Chappell
(First shown on BBC3)
3/12. Little Criminals. Dunbar is irritated by Gulliver's determination to help a pimp's underage girlfriend.
Writer Steve Coombes ; Director Harry Bradbeer
Producer Victoria Fea First shown on BBC3
Today's clash between Arsenal and Newcastle is among the Premiership highlights. With Adrian Chiles , Gordon Strachan and Graeme Le Saux.
Series producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth
Beef Consomme. The offbeat, Emmy Award-winning comedy returns in a new Sunday-night slot after a month's break. Tobias conquers his fear of nudity. The next episode is on Thursday at 10pm on BBC4. First shown on BBC4
L Oscar-winning drama starring Paul Newman ,
Jackie Gleason , Piper Laurie and George C Scott. Streetwise pool hustler "Fast" Eddie Felson arrives in New York and tries to fix a high-stake game with legendary champion Minnesota Fats. Review page 49.
Director Robert Rossen (1961, 15) (BW) Followed by The Witness
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