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: CBBC: Evolution: the Animated Series

A new Genus develops.

: CBeebies: Balamory

Archie has come up with an amazing new machine.

Contributors

Writer: Brian Ross

: CBeebies: Step Inside

A tale about a tiny duck who saves the day.

: CBeebies: Gordon the Garden Gnome

A jungle expedition.

: CBeebies: Bob's Mini Projects

Roley tries his best to be quiet.

: CBeebies: Boogie Beebies

Pete and Nat set sail with pirates.

: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Playing games with pieces of fruit.

: CBeebies: Clifford the Big Red Dog

Cleo withholds information.

: CBeebies: Rubbadubbers

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10 30 Landmarks (ages 9-11) 8184337 10.50 BBC Primary History (ages 7-9) 8197801 11.10
Music Makers (ages 7-9)

: The Munsters

Herman, the Tire-Kicker. Herman buys a used car. (BW) Followed by The Witness

: The Daily Politics

Westminster updates.

: Working Lunch

Business issues.

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
Watch (5-7) 51020917 1.15 Internet Chat Guide (ages 11-14)

: Trade Secrets

: The Garden with Dan Pearson

3/6. The rich textures of plants during February.

: Springwatch with Bill Oddie

Simon King is on the Fame
Islands. More tonight at 8pm.
Shown yesterday at 8pm

Contributors

Unknown: Simon King

: Royal Ascot at York

including the St James's Palace Stakes at 3.45, the Queen Anne Stakes at 4.20 and the Ascot
Stakes at 4.55. Highlights are at
12.15am on BBC1.

Contributors

Unknown: Queen Anne Stakes

: Weakest Link

Ouickfire caustic quiz.

: Flog It!

The King's School in Gloucester finds Adam Partridge and Philip Serrel delivering their expert opinions on interesting items brought in by the public. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin discovers the ancient art of leather-making still going strong in Tetbury.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Partridge
Unknown: Philip Serrel
Presenter: Paul Martin

: Top Gear

3/11. James May road-tests the Murano, a new 4x4 from Nissan; Germany and Russia give us their take on the classic British sports car with the Weismann MF3 and TVR Tuscan 2; and Time Lord Christopher Eccleston swaps the Tardis for a Toyota Liana as this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm RT DIRECT: The Top Gear Revved Up DVD, released 15 June, is available to pre-order for only £13.99 (RRP £15.99) including p&p. To order, call [number removed]7979 (national rate)

Contributors

Unknown: James May
Unknown: Lord Christopher Eccleston
Unknown: Toyota Liana

: Springwatch with Bill Oddie

Bill Oddie monitors the badger sett in Devon and Kate Humble has more ways to make your garden more friendly to wildlife. On the Fame Islands off
Northumberland, Simon King meets an Arctic tern chick about to undertake one of the world's longest migratory journeys. More tomorrow evening.
Repeated tomorrow at 2.20pm BBCi: tips on attracting wildlife to gardens available via the red button. To join Breathing Space and to receive a free information pack, call [number removed]0125 (national rate) or log on to www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Oddie
Unknown: Kate Humble
Unknown: Simon King

: Dragons' Den

Some of the best pitches from the series in which budding entrepreneurs were given three minutes to sell their business ideas to multimillionaire quintet Peter Jones , Duncan Bannatyne , Rachel Elnaugh ,
Doug Richards and Simon Woodroffe. Ideas include a way of getting crying babies to sleep in seconds, a vending-machine concept and an avant-garde range of jewellery. But will anyone walk away with the cash injection needed to transform business dreams into reality? Presented by Evan Davis. Series director Martyn Smith ; Series producer John Hesling
(Revised rpt) www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Jones
Unknown: Duncan Bannatyne
Unknown: Rachel Elnaugh
Unknown: Doug Richards
Unknown: Simon Woodroffe.
Presented By: Evan Davis.
Director: Martyn Smith
Producer: John Hesling

: Britain's Biggest Black Hole

The Channel Tunnel was a dream project that captured the imaginations of Britain and France. But now it's in danger of going bust. Jeff Randall hears from investors who have seen their share price lose 90 per cent of its value, while the banks are owed E6.4 billion. With a crunch meeting this Friday that could decide the fate of Eurotunnel, this Money
Programme special asks how it all went so wrong.
Producer Martin Small ; Editor Clive Edwards Another edition of The Money Programme on Friday at 7pm

Contributors

Unknown: Jeff Randall
Producer: Martin Small
Editor: Clive Edwards

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: Compulsion - Addicted to Love

5/5. The Barley Wood treatment centre in Somerset houses some of the country's most acute drug users. This documentary follows four people struggling to face up to their problems as they work through six weeks of rehab, examining the centre's belief that therapy can tackle the underlying causes of addiction.
But statistics highlight that, for every person who manages to break the cycle of destructive behaviour, others will be unable to stay clean or even survive.
Director Tanya Stephan : Executive producer Richard Klein

Contributors

Director: Tanya Stephan
Producer: Richard Klein

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Secondary Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 RE: Taking Issue Investigating topics such as vegetarianism and sex before marriage. ; RE: Belief File Young people's perspectives on various beliefs. 38931 4.00 RE: Belief File An exploration of Hinduism in the modern world, while Jewish youngsters showcase worship, rites of passage and family life.








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