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: CBBC: Rotten Ralph

Double bill.

: CBBC: Tom

: CBeebies: Clifford's Puppy Days

Emily Elizabeth loses her first tooth.

: CBeebies: Razzledazzle

A chance to witness a fireworks party.

: CBeebies: Andy Pandy

Tiffo's paw is stung by a wasp.

: CBeebies: 64 Zoo Lane

Casper learns how to change colour.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools Programmes

Repeats are not indicated.

10.30 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9) 6495521

10.45 Something Special (ages 4-7) (Signed). 64900766

11.00 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) 7799892

11.15 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 5-7)

: The Daily Politics

Westminster updates.

: Working Lunch

Business analysis, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Followed by The Witness
(R) (S)


Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Presenter: Adam Shaw

: The Outlaw

Howard Hawks and Howard Huqhes's infamous western, starring Jack Buetel and Jane Russell , is a laid-back affair laced with salty dialogue. Having lost his horse to Billy the Kid,
Doc Holliday is in danger of losing far more when he introduces the young gun to his mistress, the luscious Rio. Review page 59
(1943. U) (BW)


Unknown: Jack Buetel
Unknown: Jane Russell
Unknown: Doc Holliday

: Castle in the Country

How to get wooden floorboards to sparkle, plus a guide to spotting antiques.

: Flog it!

Paul Martin admires some Chester silver on a visit to the city. postponed from 27 January


Unknown: Paul Martin

: Ready Steady Cook

How Clean Is Your House? duo Kim Woodburn and Aggie MacKenzie cook with James Martin and Phil Vickery.


Unknown: Kim Woodburn
Unknown: Aggie MacKenzie
Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Phil Vickery.

: Weakest Link

' Acerbic quiz show.

: Animal Hospital - the Big Story

4/4. The look back concludes with a chance to see how the tales of ailing animals looked in Thailand and Japan, plus the impact emotional onlooker Rolf Harris had on foreign broadcasters.


Unknown: Rolf Harris

: Masterchef Goes Large

Can today's top three contestants keep their cool in the frantic kitchen of London's Belgo, famous for its mussels and beer? See Monday's choice.

: The Culture Show

A report from Ferryside in Carmarthenshire where a trial for TV's digital switchover is taking place.
Plus Liam Neeson on his biopic of controversial sex researcher Alfred Kinsey , and a backstage pass to Kaiser Chiefs' tour. Presented by Mark Kermode.
Series producer Sam Starbuck ; Executive editor George Entwistle
Repeated at 11.20pm


Unknown: Liam Neeson
Unknown: Alfred Kinsey
Presented By: Mark Kermode.
Producer: Sam Starbuck
Editor: George Entwistle

: Massive Nature

The Exodus. Those with a phobia of bats stop reading low. Every year the world's biggest flock of airborne rodents - 40 million no less - swarm from a cave in Florida. Half are babies precariously taking wing on their maiden flight straight into the path of snakes and hawks with big appetites. How do they survive? Producer Sally Cryer ; Series producer Lizzie Green (AD)


Producer: Sally Cryer
Producer: Lizzie Green

: The Reclaimers

7/12. Drew Pritchard from Llandudno, Gwynedd, salvages doors from a chapel, Anthony Reeve buys a fireplace and E50,000 bookcase from Park Lane in London and John Rawlinson in Cirencester sells some Cotswold limestone to be used as stepping stones for cats. Susannah Doyle narrates.
Series producer Susan Crook (AD) BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: E3.20, monthly


Unknown: Anthony Reeve
Unknown: John Rawlinson
Unknown: Susannah Doyle
Producer: Susan Crook

: Horizon

Who's Afraid of Designer Babies? What would be the implications if every child were perfect, never ill and bred to be a genius? A world where we can select the genes of our children and correct genetic mistakes is, according to some, fast-approaching reality. But for others, the idea of designer babies means playing God and will result in a master race. So can the concept of manipulating our offspring's genes be realised and should we actually go ahead and do it? Producer Nicola Cook ; Editor Matthew Barrett (AD)


Producer: Nicola Cook
Editor: Matthew Barrett

: Grown-up Gappers

2/8. Shiraz Cooper is a corporate high-flyer who seems to have it all: a flash London flat, a Porsche and a playboy lifestyle. But at 37, he's beginning to feel something is missing from his life - and he's off to South America to find an answer. Full of bravado, will his four-month 6,000-mile trip provide the enlightenment he's after or just extreme loneliness? Series producer Sanjay Singhal ; Exec producer Vicki Barrass


Unknown: Shiraz Cooper
Producer: Sanjay Singhal
Producer: Vicki Barrass

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.


Unknown: Gavin Esler

: The Culture ShOW

Shown at 7pm

: Time of Favor

Thoughtful political drama starring Assi Dayan. The respected
Rabbi Meltzer is a pillar of his West Bank community. But his decision to have his daughter Michal marry one of his favourite pupils has significant repercussions. In Hebrew with English subtitles. Review page 59. Director Joseph Cedar (2000,12)


Unknown: Assi Dayan.
Unknown: Rabbi Meltzer
Director: Joseph Cedar

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Modern World History Focusing on source evaluation and essay-writing skills. 14309 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Physical Geography. National curriculum key elements of landforms, tectonics and coasts, ecosystems, environmental issues and management.

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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