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: CBBC: Tom

Machu Picchu.

: CBBC: Get Your Own Back

Grown-ups, games and gunge.

: CBeebies: Balamory

Who's taking nuts from the bird table in the nursery garden?

Contributors

Writer: Wayne Jackman

: CBeebies: Gordon the Garden Gnome

Where are his boots?

: CBeebies: Clifford's Puppy Days

The pals form a story club.

: CBeebies: Koala Brothers

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Wimbledon theRecord Breakers

Boris Becker recalls his journey to becoming the youngest - and first unseeded - player to win the men's singles title. Martina Navratilova describes her path to record-breaking glory while Pete Sampras talks about his seventh victory in 2000. Producer Kathy Jones ; Executive producer Graham Fry

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Martina Navratilova
Talks: Pete Sampras
Producer: Kathy Jones

: The Daily Politics

Westminster updates.

: Wimbledon 2005

The men's and ladies' singles are due to enter the fourth-round stage. In 2004, Tim Henman earned the dubious honour of being the first man in the modern era to reach the quarter-finals eight times and not go on to win the tournament. Will Tiger Tim roar this year? BBCi- digital viewers can view other courts and access information via the handset

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Henman

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: Home Farm Twins: 8/13

Sheba the kitten is ill - as is Hannah.

Contributors

Writer: Kate Wood

: CBBC: Really Wild Show

At a Kenyan elephant orphanage.

: CBBC: Newsround

: Wimbledon 2005

The conclusion of play, with quarter-final places up for grabs in the men's and women's singles.
Wimbledon attracts the best to its grass courts as they chase a slice of over E10 million in prize money.
Introduced by Sue Barker. Commentary by Matt Chilton , Jimmy Connors , Barry Davies ,
Celina Hinchcliffe , Hazel Irvine, David Mercer , Rishi Persad , Sam Smith , Bill Threlfall and others. BBCi: satellite and cable viewers can select action from up to five extra courts, plus a range of extra features, by pressing the red button on their handset. Freeview viewers can access two additional courts, as well as the latest news, scores and results. For live commentary from Radio 5 Live, news and scores, and three-minute video highlights packages at the end of the day's play, visit www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Commentary By: Matt Chilton
Commentary By: Jimmy Connors
Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: Celina Hinchcliffe
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Rishi Persad
Unknown: Sam Smith
Unknown: Bill Threlfall

: University Challenge: the Professionals

2/12. Ian Hislop and Francis Wheen are among the studious satirists of Private Eye magazine taking on the biographical boffins of Debrett's Peerage. Jeremy Paxman poses the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Francis Wheen
Unknown: Jeremy Paxman
Director: Tracey Rooney
Producer: Irene Daniels

: Have I Got Old News for You

Danny Baker and Armando Iannucci join Ian Hislop and Paul Merton for a satirical slant on the news. The man hoping to make it all happen as host is former BBC director-general Greg Dyke.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Rebecca Papworth
RT Direct: The Very Best of Have I Got News for You is available on VHS, £12.99 (RRP £14.99), or DVD, £16.99 (RRP £19.99) incl p&p. Please call [number removed] (national rate), quoting ref RADT

Contributors

Unknown: Danny Baker
Unknown: Armando Iannucci
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Paul Merton
Presenter: Greg Dyke
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Rebecca Papworth

: Today at Wimbledon

The best of today's fourth-round action and a look forward to the quarter-final draws in the men's and ladies' competitions. Presented by John Inverdale , with expert analysis by former Centre Court stars. Producer Richard Carr ; Editor Ron Chakraborty
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale
Producer: Richard Carr
Editor: Ron Chakraborty

: Newsnight

Analysis of today's top stories, plus a look at tomorrow's papers. With Martha Kearney.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight

Contributors

Unknown: Martha Kearney.
Editor: Peter Barron

: Frontline Football

New series 1/4. How do nations embroiled in civil, economic or political turmoil go about qualifying for the 2006 World Cup? Here are the hidden tales. Democratic Republic of Congo. Ben Anderson investigates the trials and tribulations of the Democratic Republic of Congo's campaign. In a war-torn country, where disease, famine and poverty take a terrible toll, football represents an escape.
With no proper pitches on which to train, coach
Claude Le Roy takes his team to France. But players flee the camp and he's forced to pay the hotel bill.
Can he create a strong team from this chaos to beat South Africa and qualify for the first time since 1974? Director/Producer Tim Pritchard African School: Football Fever is tomorrow at 8.30pm on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Anderson
Unknown: Claude Le Roy
Producer: Tim Pritchard

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learntngzone
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Talk German Practical beginners course, based in Munich and the Alps. With in-vision subtitles.
2.30 Germany Inside Out Guide to German travel, people and culture - covering Munich and the South, Cologne and the Rhineland, Leipzig and the East,
Hamburg and the North, and Berlin. 139867 5.00
Cityscapes: Berlin Key moments in the development of the city. 1843848 5.20 Talk the Talk Schools
Compilation Why learn another language? How best to make progress? A wide range of people shares their experiences in this compilation.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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