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: Breakfast

Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid host. Newswatch at 745.

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Susanna Reid

: Weekend 24

: Ken Horn's Hot Wok

Wielding a cleaver, and cooking lamb for Tom Conti.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Conti.

: The Best

7/10 Tasters sample rival vegetarian side dishes and noodle bowls.

: Animal Park

In wolf wood the dominant female is pregnant.
Executive producer Annette Clarke
Series producer Chris Powell

Contributors

Producer: Annette Clarke
Producer: Chris Powell

: See Hear

1/2 Highlights from the 20th Deaflympics in Melbourne,
Australia. Presented by Julian Peedle-Calloo . With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 1.10am on MCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear

Contributors

Presented By: Julian Peedle-Calloo

: Film 2005 with Jonathan Ross

Samuel L Jackson in Coach Carter Kevin Bacon in The
Woodsman and Robert De Niro in Hide and Seek.
Shown last Monday on BBCI

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel L Jackson
Unknown: Carter Kevin Bacon

: Alexander the Great

Lavish epic starring
Richard Burton. A prophecy of eternal fame is made to the son of Philip of Macedonia, but he is assured of only a short life in which to achieve glory. Review paqe 55. Director Robert Rossen (1956, U)
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Contributors

Unknown: Richard Burton.
Director: Robert Rossen

: Stagecoach

John Ford's masterpiece western starring John Wayne and Claire Trevor.

The Ringo Kid, a fugitive from justice, joins an assortment of passengers on the stagecoach to Lordsburg, a journey that takes them through Indian territory.
Review page 55. (1939, U) (BW)
Film Highlights: page 53

Contributors

Director: John Ford
Ringo Kid: John Wayne
Dallas: Claire Trevor
Dr Josiah Boone: Thomas Mitchell
Buck Rickabaugh: Andy Devine
Hatfield: John Carradine
Sheriff Curly Wilcox: George Bancroft

: What the Papers Say

The Observer's
Andrew Rawnsley reviews the week's newspapers.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Rawnsley

: Gardeners' World

Monty Don is joined by Rachel de Thame, and new presenters
Carol Klein and Joe Swift , to sow the first crops of 2005. Shown last Friday

Contributors

Unknown: Monty Don
Presenters: Carol Klein
Presenters: Joe Swift

: Flog It!

Cheltenham Ladies' College plays host to the antiques-to-auction show. where presenter Paul Martin is joined by experts Philip Serrell and James Braxton. Series producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
www.bbc.co.uk/antiques

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Martin
Presenter: James Braxton.
Producer: Peter Smith
Producer: Tom Ware

: Around the World in 80 Treasures

1/10. Peru to Brazil. Embarking on a trip deep into the Amazonian rainforests of Brazil to the peaks of the Peruvian mountains, Dan Cruickshank visits the ruins of Machu Picchu and Rio's giant statue of Christ, plus the gold treasures of the Moche people, who ritually sacrificed humans.
Shown last Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Cruickshank

: Comic Relief Presents: Orphans of Nkandla

Dawn French introduces an update to a moving documentary first broadcast on BBC4 last November. Where the tarmac ends in rural
Zululand, South Africa, a human tragedy of epic proportions is being played out against a backdrop of vast landscapes and rustic poverty. Hundreds of thousands of children are being orphaned by the Aids pandemic that is tearing at the heart of one of the wealthiest countries in Africa. This film chronicles the story of some of the children who have been left alone stigmatised and grieving.
Director Brian Woods : Producers Brian Woods and Deborah Shipley www.bbc.co.uk/rednoseday It's Your Comic Relief is on Wednesday at 7pm on BBCI

Contributors

Director: Brian Woods
Producers: Brian Woods
Producers: Deborah Shipley

: The Spectator Affair

Question: what do the resignation of Labour Home Secretary David Blunkett and the sacking of Tory shadow arts minister Boris Johnson have in common? Answer: a political magazine called The Spectator Contributions from editors past and present, owners and writers provide an insight into the relationship between politics and the media.

Contributors

Director: David Jeffcock
Executive producer: Patrick Forbes

: What I Wish I'd Known When I Was 20

Highlights from the series, as public figures reflect on a wide range of subjects from careers to sex. Producer Southan Morris ; Executive producer Stuart Prebble
(Revised rpt)

Contributors

Producer: Southan Morris
Producer: Stuart Prebble

: Comic Aid

The comedy continues with hosts Jonathan Ross , Graham Norton , Jack Dee , Dawn French and Lily
Savage introducing guest acts from the top drawer in support of the Asian Tsunami Appeal. Gift of laughter: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Ross
Unknown: Graham Norton
Unknown: Jack Dee

: The Apprentice

1/12. Another chance to see the first two episodes as 14 candidates compete for a highly paid job with multimillionaire Alan Sugar.
12.15 2/12. The 13 remaining candidates are set the challenge of designing a new toy for kids aged
5-9. With strong language. Shown last Wednesday

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Sugar.

: A Dime, a Dance

Episode from the Fallen Angels series of noir tales, directed by Peter Bogdanovich and starring Eric Stoltz. Nick Marino investigates the death of a "taxi-dance" girl's best friend.
Followed by Turning Points

Contributors

Directed By: Peter Bogdanovich
Unknown: Eric Stoltz.
Unknown: Nick Marino

: BBC Learning Zone

[web address removed] Open University/General Interest
Repeats not indicated
2.00 The Programmers: A history of computing. 84331
2.30 The Emergence of Greek Mathematics: The legacy of Euclid's Elements. 73486
3.00 Tropical Forest: the Conundrum of Co-Existence: A look at the rich diversity of plants and animals in a small tropical rainforest. 27911
3.30 The Chemistry of Creation: 94718
4.00 The Chemistry of the Invisible: 23981
4.30 The Signature of Life
5.00 The End of the Race Against Time
5.30 The Man Who Loved Trees








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