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: CBeebies: Tikkabilla

Sheep.

: CBeebies: Boo!

In the woods.

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

A troubled toy store.

: CBBC: Smile

Artemis Fowl author Eoin Colfer chats about the latest book in the series, while Freefaller nominate guinea pigs as their Celebrity Pet Pals. Plus animated fun with Arthur, BB3B, Mona the Vampire and UBOS.

[web address removed]

Contributors

Guest: Eoin Colfer
Interviewees (Celebrity Pet Pals): Freefaller
Director: Ian Trill
Series producer: Mo Clasby

: Sunday Past Times

From stately homes to dog kennels with a difference, Nadia Sawalha takes a look at unusual abodes. Series producer Sue Watson

Contributors

Unknown: Nadia Sawalha

: Gardener's World

inspirational designs for your front garden, with Joe Swift.
Shown last Friday BBC GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE:To book tickets call [number removed] (national rate)

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Swift.

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by Clare Balding.

12.35 Moto GP
Live coverage of the Italian Motorcycle Grand Prix in Mugello (start 1.00). Will reigning champion Valentino Rossi delight home fans with a repeat of last year's win? With Suzi Perry. Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish commentate.
VIDEO Plus+ code for 12.35-2.00pm (non-PDC)

2.00 Golf
Action from the amateur championship at Royal Birkdale in Southport. The winner receives automatic qualification for the Open and the US Masters - who from a field of 288 will follow in the footsteps of Sergio Garcia and Jose Maria Olazabal?

3.00 Athletics
Live coverage of the Norwich Union International meeting at Glasgow's Scotstoun Stadium, which sees Britain face Russia and the USA. Topping the bill are double Olympic champion Kelly Holmes in the 1500m and US sprint dynamo Maurice Greene in the 100m. With Hazel Irvine.

5.30 Racing
Action from today's French Derby at Chantilly.

5.40 Tennis
Highlights of the French Open men's final. Will world number one Roger Federer finally clinch the only Grand Slam title to have eluded him so far?
BBCi- live coverage available between 12 30 and 6.40pm via the red button

producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Ron Chakraborty
(S - except racing)
Live coverage of the Queen's Club tennis tournament begins tomorrow at 1.30pm

Contributors

Presented By: Clare Balding
Unknown: Valentino Rossi
Unknown: Suzi Perry
Unknown: Charlie Cox
Unknown: Steve Parrish
Unknown: Sergio Garcia
Unknown: Jose Maria Olazabal
Unknown: Kelly Holmes
Unknown: Maurice Greene
Unknown: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Roger Federer
Producer: Andy Gilbert
Editor: Ron Chakraborty

: Match of the Day Live: Women's Euro 2005

England v Finland
Live coverage from the City of Manchester Stadium, where the host nation are favourites to win their first Group A match (kick-off 7.00). England last reached the final in 1984, the contest's inaugural year. National coach Hope Powell was in the team that lost to Sweden on penalties in that final and will be looking to mastermind a winning start. Finland, meanwhile, are the lowest-ranked side in the competition, but have already made history by becoming the nation's first senior team - male or female - to qualify for a major tournament. Including highlights of the curtain-raiser between the 2001 runners-up Sweden and Denmark.
Producer Emma Josling ; Editor Lance Hardy
There's live coverage of the match from 7pm on Radio 5 Live
Highlights of Germany v Norway and France v Italy tomorrow 11.20pm Coverage of Denmark v England on Wednesday at 5.45pm

Contributors

Unknown: Hope Powell
Producer: Emma Josling
Editor: Lance Hardy

: Horizon

Malaria: Defeating the Curse. Three thousand people die daily from the effects of malaria. For 100 years scientists have battled this insidious mosquito-borne disease - yet every time it appears that progress has been made, malaria has returned stronger and more deadly. But scientists now have a new weapon in their arsenal, the product of bitter Cold War rivalries and modern biotechnology. Could an extraordinarily powerful drug discovered and kept hidden by China under Chairman Mao finally win the war? A new series is planned for the autumn.
Producer William Hicklin ; Editor Matthew Barrett

Contributors

Producer: William Hicklin
Editor: Matthew Barrett

: What I Wish I'd Known When I Was 20

Joan Rivers , Tony Benn , Joan Bakewell , Mo Mowlam , John Peel and others reflect on topics ranging from sex to cosmetic surgery, marriage, health and money. Producer Southan Morris : Executive producer Stuart Prebble
(Revised repeat)

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Rivers
Unknown: Tony Benn
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Mo Mowlam
Unknown: John Peel
Producer: Southan Morris
Producer: Stuart Prebble

: Mock the Week

New series 1/6. Rory Bremner and Frankie Boyle are the team captains for a humorous topical quiz in which two teams of comedians satirise news and current affairs in improvised sketches and games. Dara O'Briain hosts. Tonight's panellists are Linda Smith , Hugh Dennis , Jeremy Hardy and John Oliver. Producer Mark Leveson ; Series producer Dan Patterson Behind the scenes: page 17

Contributors

Unknown: Rory Bremner
Unknown: Frankie Boyle
Unknown: Dara O'Briain
Unknown: Linda Smith
Unknown: Hugh Dennis
Unknown: Jeremy Hardy
Unknown: John Oliver.
Producer: Mark Leveson
Producer: Dan Patterson

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Have I Got Comedy Panel Shows for You 21 August 2016

: McLibel

Storyville reveals how a postman and a gardener took on the corporate might of McDonald's. In 1997, David Morris and Helen Steel were convicted of libelling the fast-food giant following a campaign against the corporation's employment policies and advertising. But in February this year they scored a landmark legal win: the European Court ruled they should have received legal aid from the government; they were granted a total of €35,000 and a retrial. Director Franny Armstrong ; Series editor Nick Fraser
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: David Morris
Unknown: Helen Steel
Director: Franny Armstrong
Editor: Nick Fraser

: A Love Divided

Drama based on a true story about a marriage between a Catholic and a Protestant in 1950s Ireland, starring Orla Brady and Liam Cunningham. Sean and Sheila Cloney 's relationship made international headlines when Sheila absconded with her daughters rather than send them to a Catholic school. Review page 57. Director Sydney Macartney (1999, 12)

Contributors

Unknown: Orla Brady
Unknown: Liam Cunningham.
Unknown: Sheila Cloney
Director: Sydney MacArtney

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
WorkSkills in the Media Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Guide Media careers.
3.00 Careers 83051 4.00 Advertising 16877 5.00 Theatre and Television With Martin Bashir.

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Bashir.








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