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: CBBC: The Silver Brumby

Boon Boon is caught. (Signed)

: CBBC: Metalheads

Double bill. Has Schmed stopped time?

: CBBC: Comic Relief Does Fame Academy on CBBC

The latest news and gossip from the show.

: CBeebies: Bobinogs

Learning about safety.

: CBeebies: Pablo the Little Red Fox

Pablo looks for a cake.

: CBeebies: Razzledazzle

Watching a smoothie being made.

: CBeebies: Andy Pandy

Peeling a large onion.

: CBeebies: 64 Zoo Lane

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 BBC Primary Geography(ages 7-11) Double bill.

: Tennis

Live coverage from the Canada Stadium on the opening day of Great Britain's Davis Cup tie with Israel in Tel Aviv.
Defeated by Austria in the play-offs last year, Britain must win this Group One tie to earn the right to challenge for a place in the elite World Group. But how will team GB cope without Tim Henman , following the British number one's decision to retire from Davis Cup competition?
Introduced by Andrew Castle , with commentary by John Lloyd and David Mercer.
Exec producer Paul Davies

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Henman
Introduced By: Andrew Castle
Commentary By: John Lloyd
Commentary By: David Mercer.
Producer: Paul Davies

: Castle in the Country

Revealing the medicinal powers of sage and onion stuffing, and putting some English red wines to the test.

: Ready Steady Cook

Pans at the ready, chefs Nick Nairn and Lesley Waters join host Ainsley Harriott.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Nairn
Unknown: Lesley Waters

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Animal Hospital

6/6. The re-run of episodes from autumn concludes with the rescue of eight cats.

: Masterchef Goes Large

With another semi-final place at stake, which one of today's four contestants will impress the judges?

: The Great House Price Crash 2005?

Does evidence of a downward movement in house prices point to market stagnation or a disastrous crash? The Money Programme investigates.
Producer Hannah Liptrot ; Series editor Clive Edwards

Contributors

Producer: Hannah Liptrot
Editor: Clive Edwards

: A Year at Kew

2/12. The world's oldest and smelliest flower makes excitement bloom at the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Producer Tim Green ; Series producer Adam Alexander

Contributors

Producer: Tim Green
Producer: Adam Alexander

: Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife

8/8. Devon. Bill shows how to make the most of a cold winter's day with a cruise along the River Exe.
Producer Stephen Moss ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher

Contributors

Producer: Stephen Moss
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Gardeners' World

Monty Don adds a new alpine area to the list of gardens at Berryfields and Chris Beardshaw visits a spectacular camellia collection in Cornwall. Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors
Repeated tomorrow RT DIRECT: book Gardener's World - Gardening from Berryfields,
£18 (RRP E20) inc p&p. To order call [number removed]7979 (national rate).

Contributors

Unknown: Monty Don
Producer: Andy Vernon
Producer: Sarah Moors

: Murder in Rome - Timewatch

New series 1/5. Rome, 81 BC: Sextus Roscius is accused of patricide, If found guilty, he faces a brutal execution. Defending him is a young lawyer - Cicero. Using the actual trial record, this drama reconstructs one of the most celebrated murder trials in history.
Writer Colin Swash ; Director David Stewart
Editor John Farren (AD) Did you know?: page 65

Contributors

Unknown: Sextus Roscius
Unknown: Colin Swash
Director: David Stewart
Editor: John Farren
Cicero: Paul Rhys
Erucius: Owen Teale
Sextus Roscius: Mark McGann
Chair of judges: Christopher Good
Capito: Andrew Greenough
Magnus: Antony Byrne
Caecilia: Penny Downie
Elder Sextus: Richard Ridings
Tiro: Tom Smith
Country gent: Gerry Horan

: Dear Television

New series 1/10. Passionate correspondence from television viewers received over the last 50 years, including letters written to Radio Times.
Producer Lucy Kenwright Executive producer Caroline Wright

Contributors

Producer: Lucy Kenwright
Producer: Caroline Wright

: Grumpy Old Women

2/4. Life's No Fun Anymore. Jaded views of Women's Lib with contributions from, among others, Sheila Hancock , Janet Street-Porter , Bonnie Greer , Jenny Eclair and Arabella Weir. Narrated by Alison Steadman. Producer Judith Holder ; Executive producer Stuart Prebble

Contributors

Unknown: Sheila Hancock
Unknown: Janet Street-Porter
Unknown: Bonnie Greer
Unknown: Jenny Eclair
Unknown: Arabella Weir.
Unknown: Alison Steadman.
Producer: Judith Holder
Producer: Stuart Prebble

: Newsnight

Hosted by Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: Newsnight Review

Joe Queenan and Janet Street-Porter are among those joining Kirsty Wark to analyse the cultural week. Series producer Tanya Hudson

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Queenan
Unknown: Janet Street-Porter
Unknown: Kirsty Wark
Producer: Tanya Hudson

: Classic Albums - Nevermind

The story of Nirvana, Kurt Cobain and their awesome 1991 album. Director Bob Smeaton

Contributors

Unknown: Kurt Cobain
Director: Bob Smeaton

: Murder, Inc

Suspenseful crime drama starring Humphrey Bogart. A crusading DA tackles an organised crime network. Review page 62.
Directors Bretaigne Windust. Raoul Walsh (1951, PG) (BW) Then Turning Points With Lynsey de Paul.

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Bogart.
Directors: Bretaigne Windust.
Directors: Raoul Walsh
Unknown: Lynsey de Paul.

: BBC Learning

Zone www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Philosophy in Action Debates about Boxing
40)32 2.30 The Authentick & Ironicall Historie of Henry V 8762871 3.20 Ever Wondered? 26678582 3.30
Reflections on a Global Screen 11679 4.00 An English Accent 258724.30 Babies' Minds 38211 5.00
Playing Safe 18969 5.30 Talking about Care








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