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: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

More canine sleuthing.

: CBBC: Smile

Freefaller's house comes under scrutiny in Celebrity Roomcam while Rachel Stevens continues her stint in Pop Art and chats to Rochelle Wiseman. With Barney Harwood.
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Guest (Pop Art)/interviewee: Rachel Stevens
Presenter: Rochelle Wiseman
Presenter: Barney Harwood
Director: Ian Trill
Producer: Mo Clasby

: Sunday Past Times

Nadia Sawalha digs up an epic train journey by Michael Palin , plus the oldest stewardess in the air in her trawl through the BBC archive.
Series producer Sue Watson


Unknown: Nadia Sawalha
Unknown: Michael Palin

: Wild Down Under

How have Australia's iconic animals coped with life alongside human beings?

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by John Inverdale.

12.35 Moto GP
Reigning champion Valentino Rossi begins his quest for a fourth straight title on the opening weekend of the season in Jerez, Spain. Title rival Sete Gibernau will want a great start in front of his home crowd, Italian Max Biaggi should be a strong contender, while Britain's Shakey Byrne is also in the running. Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish commentate. With Suzi Perry.

2.00 Cuba: the World's Boxing Heavyweight
Accompanying the action that follows is this film exploring the country's unparalleled success in amateur boxing.

2.20 Amateur Boxing
Coverage of the ABA Four Nations clash with Cuba at Liverpool Olympia. Olympic gold medallist Mario Kindelan leads the Cubans and will aim to issue a stark warning to Amir Khan, whom he's scheduled to meet in a fortnight's time in a re-run of their Athens Olympic final.

3.50 British Lions Preview
A look ahead to the tour of New Zealand this summer on the eve of Clive Woodward's squad announcement.
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Presenter: John Inverdale
Commentator (Moto GP): Charlie Cox
Commentator (Moto GP): Steve Parrish
Presenter (Moto GP): Suzi Perry
Producer: Richard Carr
Editor: Stephen Lyle

: Day of the EvilGun

Glenn Ford and Arthur Kennedy star in this meandering western based on The Searchers. Review page 55. Director Jerry Thorpe (1968, PG)


Unknown: Arthur Kennedy
Director: Jerry Thorpe

: Gardeners' World

The team get to grips with the Jungle Garden as Monty finishes the hard landscaping. Joe also visits the tropical biome at the Eden Project in Cornwall to find inspiration for the planting plan, while Carol is busy in the mixed borders, shown last Friday

: Bill Oddie Goes Wild - Iceland

The virtually constant daylight during an Icelandic midsummer provides perfect conditions to seek out the elusive Arctic fox. The naturalist also sets foot on the volcanic island of Surtsey - a landmass that did not exist when he was born - and goes in search of the harlequin duck, which loves to surf the rapids. Producer Stephen Moss ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher


Producer: Stephen Moss
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Natural World

First Flight. Orville Wright became the first human to harness the power of winged flight way back in 1903 - yet nature had beaten him to it by a mere million years. This thought-provoking film re-creates the most dramatic moments in the last 100 years of aviation and, by using the latest film and computer technology, illustrates how nature has come up with spectacular solutions to the same endeavour.
Producer Steve Nichcls ; Series editor Michael Gunton


Unknown: Orville Wright
Producer: Steve Nichcls
Editor: Michael Gunton

: Golf: the Masters

Tension builds in the race to become the 2005 Masters champion and claim the attendant Green Jacket and$1 million in prize money on the final day's play at the Augusta National course in Georgia, USA.
Last year's emotional scenes, however, are unlikely to be capped as American Phil Mickelson bravely overcame the challenge of South Africa's
Ernie Els to win his first Major. The eventual winner had birdied five of the final seven holes - including the demanding 18th - for a three-under-par 69. His nine-under 279 total was one better than Els, who had two eagles and shot a commendable 67.
Presented by Steve Rider. Commentary comes from Peter Alliss , Ken Brown and Sam Torrance. www.bbc.co.uk/golf Radio coverage from 10pm on BBC Radio 5 Live
The film The Tiger Woods Story is on BBC1 tomorrow at 12.30am


Unknown: Phil Mickelson
Unknown: Ernie Els
Presented By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Ken Brown
Unknown: Sam Torrance.
Unknown: Woods Story

: Rugby Special

John Inverdale and guests review a busy weekend in the Premiership and look ahead to the Powergen Cup final between Leeds Tykes and Bath at Twickenham next Saturday.
Director Phil Sibson ; Editor Lucy Cutler


Unknown: John Inverdale
Director: Phil Sibson
Editor: Lucy Cutler

: Lee Marvin - a Personal Portrait by John

Boorman A riveting, anecdote-packed portrait of the hell-raising, gruff-voiced actor from 1999 by the director who coaxed memorable performances from him in Point Blank and Hell in the Pacific. Marvin's Oscar-winning role in Cat Ballou, shown yesterday, was, arguably, his best cinematic portrayal; he was also famed as an ex-marine who fought in the Second
World War. William Hurt and Jim Jarmusch contribute.
Director John Boorman John Boorman is profiled in The South Bank Show on ITV1 at 10.45pm


Unknown: William Hurt
Unknown: Jim Jarmusch
Director: John Boorman
Director: John Boorman

: Fly Paper

Christopher Lloyd stars in this
Dashiell Hammett story from the Fallen Angels strand. A missing socialite is found dead, after having absconded with tough-guy Babe McCloor. The Continental Op is called in to investigate, yet his only clue is a piece of arsenic-laced fly paper. Another Fallen Angels tale on Friday at 1.30am


Unknown: Christopher Lloyd
Unknown: Dashiell Hammett
Unknown: Babe McCloor.

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkills: In Engineering Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Guide Traditional industries, electronics and aerospace. 58643 3.00 Building Bridges Was the Tay Bridge disaster caused by the same wobble that affected the Millennium Bridge? 52633 4.00 Design Challenges 52121 5.00 Tunnels and Towers

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