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: CBBC: Comic Relief Does Fame Academy on CBBC: 6/8

Gossip and updates from the house.

: CBeebies: Pablo the Little Red Fox

Making a spider's web.

: CBeebies: Razzledazzle

Who could be the Big Beastie Thing?

: CBeebies: Andy Pandy

Devising a treasure hunt for Teddy.

: CBeebies: 64 Zoo Lane

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: The Munsters: Low-Cal Munster

Herman wants to go to a reunion with his old army buddies. (BW)
Followed by The Witness

: The Daily Politics

Updates from Westminster.
[web address removed]

: Ken Hom's Hot Wok

Singapore-style crab for a Whitby fisherman and his wife.

: Working Lunch

Business news.

: Lifeline

Children's charity Wooden Spoon. For details of how to donate see
Sunday at 4.55pm on BBCI

: Rugby Special

Shown on Sunday at 12.10am

: The Flying Gardener

A short seminar on the subject of hedges in Devon.

: Castle in the Country

Is Nicki about to buy a castle? Meanwhile, Carol seeks out the oldest trees in Glamis. (5)

: Flog It!

Kate Alcock visits Royal Worcester Porcelain as items are brought to the city for expert valuation. Producer Peter Smith : Executive producer Tom Ware

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Alcock
Producer: Peter Smith
Producer: Tom Ware

: Ready Steady Cook

James Martin and Antony Worrall Thompson don aprons.

Contributors

Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Antony Worrall

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz show.

: Comic Relief in da Bungalow

The members of McFly are the latest guests to join Dick and Dom. Also on CBBC Channel.

: Masterchef Goes Large

With a quarter-final place at stake, how will today's amateur cooks cope in the kitchens of busy French restaurant Almeida in north London?

: Cold War Spy Swap - Days That Shookthe World

Berlin, 10 February 1962: the Soviets and the USA prepare to exchange spies Gary Powers and Colonel Abel on the Glienicker Bridge but, as the moment for the swap approaches, Cold War brinkmanship pushes the trade-off to the point of collapse. Director Stephen Bennett ; Executive producer Chris Kelly
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Powers
Director: Stephen Bennett
Producer: Chris Kelly

: Rough Science

4/6. The Lighthouse. Zanzibar and its surrounding islands lie at the heart of a busy shipping lane. Over the years, a series of lighthouses has been built to guide sailors through treacherous reefs, but there's a gap. Four scientists have three days to construct a lighthouse on the uninhabited island of Bawe. Series producer Alison Gregory
Executive producer Stephen Haggard

Contributors

Producer: Alison Gregory
Producer: Stephen Haggard

: What the Ancients Did for Us

4/9. The Romans. On location in Rome, Amani Zain tells the stories behind the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Circus Maximus, built during the golden age of the Roman Empire. Meanwhile, Adam Hart-Davis reveals the legacy of Roman technology, from bath houses to ballistas, the military to marble-cutting. Producer Jane Cameron ; Executive producer Martin Mortimore
www.bbc.co.uk/history RT DIRECT: accompanying book What the Past Did for Us is available for E14.99 (RRP £16.99) including p&p. To order, send a cheque payable to Radio Times, to; [address removed], or call [number removed] (national rate)

Contributors

Unknown: Amani Zain
Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Producer: Jane Cameron
Producer: Martin Mortimore

: The Apprentice

4/12. With three contenders having been dismissed, the remaining young entrepreneurs now have to adapt to the pressures posed by working on the Harrods shop floor in Knightsbridge, south-west
London. Which of them will have the requisite skills to attract gift-seeking tourists to their stall? Series producers Dan Adamson and Tanya Shaw
Editor Peter Moore Repeated next Saturday RT DIRECT: paperback book The Apprentice by Alan Sugar is available for E10.99 (RRP E12.99) including p&p. To order, send a cheque payable to Radio Times, to;[address removed], or call [number removed] (national rate)

Contributors

Producers: Dan Adamson
Producers: Tanya Shaw
Editor: Peter Moore
Unknown: Alan Sugar

: Blackadder II

2/6. Head. Edmund finds himself in a spot of bother after being appointed Lord High Executioner, in a repeat run of the memorable Elizabethan comedy. Writers Richard Curtis and Ben Elton ; Director Mandie Fletcher
Producer John Lloyd

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Curtis
Unknown: Ben Elton
Director: Mandie Fletcher
Producer: John Lloyd

: Newsnight

Jeremy Paxman presents.
Hard news: page 32

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman

: i-D: Cover Stories

3/4. How long can a fashion publication stay ahead of the competition? Mariella Frostrup assesses the appeal of 25-year-old style magazine i-D, which has managed to outlive its heavyweight rivals. Producer Richard Bright ; Executive producer Sam Organ
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Mariella Frostrup
Producer: Richard Bright

: HARDtalk

3/5. Comprehensive analysis of major news stories from BBC News 24 and BBC World.
Editor Carey Clark

Contributors

Editor: Carey Clark

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Revisewise Challenge at School Science
4.00 English Programme 1 and 2 Media Studies








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