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: CBBC: Comic Relief Does Fame Academy on CBBC: 2/8

The latest gossip and news, plus interviews.

: CBeebies: Pablo the Little Red Fox

The cubs learn all are created equal. (S)

: CBeebies: Razzledazzle

What does Molly get up to in her trolley?

: CBeebies: Andy Pandy

Teddy is given a new pair of skates. (S)

: CBeebies: 64 Zoo Lane

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 The Way Things Work
(ages 7-9) (S)

10.45 Something Special
(ages 4-7) (Signed) (S)

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

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

: The Daily Politics

Westminster updates.

: Working Lunch

Business analysis, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Presenter: Adam Shaw

: Trade Secrets

Tips from the pros.
Followed by The Witness

: The North Star

Complex, well-acted Second World War drama starring Anne Baxter and Farley Granger. A group of Soviet villagers take on the might of the invading German army.
Review page 61. (1943, PG) (BW)

Contributors

[Actress]: Anne Baxter
[Actor]: Farley Granger
Director: Lewis Milestone

: Castle in the Country

The Americans who've spent a fortune on a day trip to Glamis. Pius carpet-freshening tips.

: Flog It!

Valuations at Dolgellau, Gwynedd, in the hills of mid-Wales.

: Ready Steady Cook

With Phil Vickery and Antony Worrall Thompson.

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Vickery
Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson.

: Weakest Link

Acerbic quiz show.

: Animal Hospital

5/6. Jamie Darling visits Hong Kong SPCA, while back at Harmsworth, Snowy the rabbit needs surgery after being attacked by the family dog. With Rolf Harris.
Series producer Tony Moulsdale ; Exec producer Clare Sillery 25

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Darling
Unknown: Rolf Harris.
Producer: Tony Moulsdale

: Masterchef Goes Large

Can today's top three contestants keep their heads in the frantic kitchen of central London's chic five-star
Charlotte Street Hotel? www.bbc.co.uk/masterchef 77

: The Culture Show

Woody Allen talks about his latest film Melinda and Melinda, starring Radha Mitchell and Chloe Sevigny , and there's an interview with children's author
Jacqueline Wilson. Plus an edifying peek into the secret world of fonts. With Verity Sharp in Glasgow. Series producer Marcus Herbert ; Executive editor George Entwistle Repeated at 11.20pm

Contributors

Talks: Woody Allen
Unknown: Radha Mitchell
Unknown: Chloe Sevigny
Unknown: Jacqueline Wilson.
Unknown: Verity Sharp
Producer: Marcus Herbert
Editor: George Entwistle

: Massive Nature: The Crossing

It's nature's equivalent to D-Day when one-and-a-half million wildebeest cross a short stretch of the Mara river in search of fresh grazing land. How do the animals contend with Africa's largest crocodiles and a host of big cats? Sean Pertwee narrates.
[web address removed]

Contributors

Narrator: Sean Pertwee
Producer: Simon Bell
Producer: Richard Chambers
Series Producer: Lizzie Green

: The Reclaimers

8/12. John Rawlinson tries his best to hang on to a much loved Elizabethan fireplace, and a ceramic insulator from an electrical substation gets a new life as a modernist garden water feature. Meanwhile Anthony Reeve is loath to deconstruct one of his large stock of fireplaces. Susannah Doyle narrates. (AD)

Contributors

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

: Horizon: The Lost Civilisation of Peru

The Moche built huge pyramids and produced exquisite jewellery during their rule of the northern coast of Peru 2,000 years ago. Yet, until recently, despite other great achievements, little was known of this epic civilisation that simply "vanished". Over the last three decades, scientists and archaeologists have returned to Peru to piece together the Moche's history - only now can they reveal a torrid story of natural disasters and human sacrifice. Narrated by Bernard Hill. (AD)

Contributors

Narrator: Bernard Hill
Producer: Nick Davidson
Editor: Matthew Barrett

: Grown-up Gappers

3/8. Single mother Louise Hobbs, 37, sets off for a journey-of-a-lifetime through Central America, leaving behind a teenage daughter who's never been on her own before. Travelling alone in Latin America, however, is not easy for a woman, and with little money and even less Spanish, this trip is anything but a holiday.

Contributors

Subject: Louise Hobbs
Series Producer: Sanjay Singhal
Executive Producer: Vicki Barrass

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: The Culture Show

(Shown at 7pm)

: The Color of Paradise

Powerful and moving drama starring Mohsen Ramezani , Hossein Mahjub and Salime Feizi. Fearing his eight-year-old blind son Mohammad will derail his future marriage, widower Hashem ships him off to another part of the country to become an apprentice to a blind carpenter. In Farsi with English subtitles. Review page 62.
Director Majid Majidi (1999, PG) Film Highlights: page 52
Then Turning Points With journalist Tom Mangold.

Contributors

Unknown: Mohsen Ramezani
Unknown: Hossein Mahjub
Unknown: Salime Feizi.
Director: Majid Majidi
Unknown: Tom Mangold.

: BBC Learning Zone: Schools

[web address removed]
Repeats are not indicated.

2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Schools History Project
Covering two popular courses: Medicine through Time and The American West.

4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Geography: Global Issues








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