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: CBeebies: Fimbles

Double bill.

: CBBC: Looney Tunes

Skunk fun.

: CBBC: Scooby and Scrappy Show

A roller-disco phantom.

: CBBC: Smile

Singer Estelle and author Jacqueline Wilson are in the studio, and there's a Mother's Day prize hamper to be won. Plus the usual games and cartoons. With Barney Harwood and Rochelle Wiseman.
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Guest: Estelle Guest: Jacqueline Wilson
Presenter: Barney Harwood
Presenter: Rochelle Wiseman
Director: Ian Trill
Producer: Mo Clasby

: Sunday Style

A Mother's Day-themed edition in which Out of the Doll's House looks back at how child-rearing has changed in the last century. a mother and daughter go through the emotional wringer in The-Life Laundry,
Micnaei Portillo turns single-parent and the Spice Girls talk about their mums. With Nicki Chapman
Series producer Karen Mackinder


Unknown: Micnaei Portillo
Unknown: Nicki Chapman
Producer: Karen MacKinder

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by Steve Rider , Sue Barker and Andrew Castle.
12.00 Rugby Union Live coverage of both Powergen Cup semi-finals. Leeds v London Irish Halted at this stage last year by Sale Sharks, Leeds will be aiming to make good use of home advantage as they attempt to go one better against London Irish, who lifted the cup in 2002 (kick-off 12.15). Gloucester v Bath After an impressive 21-0 drubbing of Bristol in the quarter-final, cup winners Gloucester face another West Country rival as they take on Bath (kick-off 2.15). Highlights are at 12.10am.
4.00 Athletics From Madrid, the final day of the European
Indoor championships. A host of medals will be decided today, including the men's and women's 60m hurdles and 800m, the men's long jump and high jump, and the women's 3,000m, in which Athens Olympian Jo Pavey lines up for Britain.
6.30 Tennis Highlights from Tel Aviv of the third and final day's play in Great Britain's Davis Cup match against Israel. How will Team GB fare in the reverse singles without Tim Henman , who recently announced his retirement from the event? producer Lakviar Singh BBCi- Davis Cup tennis coverage is available via the red button from the start of the day's play at 11am


Presented By: Steve Rider
Presented By: Sue Barker
Presented By: Andrew Castle.
Unknown: Jo Pavey
Unknown: Tim Henman
Producer: Lakviar Singh

: Crufts Preview

The annual canine invasion of Birmingham starts this Thursday, with coverage from the NEC beginning at 8pm. Clare Balding and Richard Hammond preview the four-day event. BBCi: news of the "hero dog" competition on the red handset button


Unknown: Richard Hammond

: Ray Mears's Bushcraft

2/5. Jungle Camp. Three of the Yekuana people join Ray outside a remote Amazon village. From building a shelter out of bark to treating illness with plants, they instruct him in the skills necessary for survival. Series producer Ben Southwell ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst 3)67


Producer: Ben Southwell
Producer: Dick Colthurst

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

9/11. DJ Spoony and Blazin' Squad's Kenzie join regulars Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus. Mark Lamarr attempts to maintain some semblance of order.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Steve Doherty Rptd Saturday Phill Jupitus on Youssou N'Dour: page 44


Unknown: Bill Bailey
Unknown: Phill Jupitus.
Unknown: Mark Lamarr
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Steve Doherty
Unknown: Phill Jupitus

: Help

2/6. A cabbie, an ageing rocker, a TV celebrity and a jown-on-his-luck Irish aristocrat - all played by Paul /Vhitehouse - are the latest challenges for therapist Peter (Chris Langham) as the understated comedy continues. With Mark Williams and Alison King. Writers Chris Langham and Paul Whitehouse
Director Declan Lowney; Producer Jane Berthoud Chris Lanqham - One to watch: page 67

: Outlaws

9/12. A Life of Grime. Dunbar finds himself on the wrong end of a court appearance, while Gulliver has to deal with a badly timed visit from his dad.
Writer Anita Pandolfo ; Director John Alexander
Producer Victoria Fea First shown on BBC3


Unknown: Anita Pandolfo
Director: John Alexander
Producer: Victoria Fea
Bruce Dunbar: Phil Daniels
Gulliver Ray: Emmet Brown
Sarah: Georqia MacKenzie
CSRoss: Annabelle Apsion
Janey: Rebekah Staton
Spinky Sutherland: Craiq Parkinson
Daniel Gulliver: Geoffrey Burton
Tony Metcalf: Trevor Williams
Supt Jackson: Connor McLntyre
PC Lordson: Tony Mooney
PC Gooch: Adam Colclough
Mark Eliot: James Cartwright
Judge Roberts: Ian Hanmore
Lady magistrate: Sarah Parks
Laurence Whitaker: Martin Reeve
Baseball cap: Mark Oliver
Gulliver's client: Steve Bell
Asian translator: Duggal Ram

: Match of the Day 2

Action from West Brom's local derby with Birmingham, plus Everton v Blackburn. Guests Gordon Strachan and Chris Coleman join host Adrian Chiles to watch the highlights as well as all yesterday's goals.
Producer Ian Finch : Series editor Philip Bernie


Unknown: Gordon Strachan
Unknown: Chris Coleman
Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Producer: Ian Finch
Editor: Philip Bernie

: Arrested Development

Best Man for the Gob. George Sr uses Gob's bachelor party as an opportunity to blackmail his accountant. The next episode is on Thursday at 10.05pm on BBC4. Shown last Thursday on BBC4

: The Mighty Boosh

Jungle. Howard and Vince embark on a quest to prevent a road from being built through the zoo. Writers Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding; Director Paul King
Producer Alison MacPhail First shown on BBC3


Unknown: Julian Barratt
Producer: Alison MacPhail

: Rugby Special

Powergen Cup semi-final action, featuring Leeds v London Irish and Gloucester v Bath. Director Phil Sibson ; Series editor Lucy Cutler
Repeated on Wednesday at 2.10pm


Director: Phil Sibson
Editor: Lucy Cutler

: Stranger on the Third Floor

Gripping and atmospheric thriller starring Peter Lorre. A reporter helps convict a young man of murder but soon realises that the real killer is still on the loose. Review page 58. Director Boris Ingster (1940) (BW)
Then The Witness A historic event recalled.


Unknown: Peter Lorre.
Director: Boris Ingster

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkills: Make Your Mark Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Planning Your Future 32668 3.00 At Home and Abroad 77378 4.00 Snakes and Ladders 5100 Youth Nation With Richard Blackwood.


Unknown: Richard Blackwood.

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