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: CBeebies: Something Special

A look at places to live.

: CBBC: New Scooby and Scrappy Show

Double bill. (R) (S)

: CBBC: SMart

Assault course.

: CBeebies: Balamory

Josie's juggling friend visits.

Contributors

Writer: Kath Yelland

: CBeebies: Pablo the Little Red Fox

Furrukh is moving out.

: Thunderbirds: Day of Disaster

A suspension bridge collapses.

: The New Adventures of Superman: The Ides of Metropolis

Lois and Clark come to the aid of a convicted murderer.

: The Munsters: A Visit from the Teacher

Eddie's poem arouses suspicion at school. (BW)

: Top Cat

The boys receive a million-dollar cheque.

: The Magnificent Two

Farcical comedy starring Eric
! Morecambe and Ernie Wise.
When travelling salesmen Eric and Ernie decide to sell their wares in South America they find themselves in the middle of a revolution. Review page 47.
Director Cliff Owen (1967, PGMS)

Contributors

Unknown: Ernie Wise.
Director: Cliff Owen

: Garden Invaders

Expectant parents are aided.

: Sun, Sea and Bargain Spotting

Sibling rivalry breaks out in the picturesque Provencal town of Carpentras.

: Ready Steady Cook

James Martin and Ross Burden cook against the clock.

Contributors

Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Ross Burden

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz. (RMS)

: Animal Park

Veterinary drama as Chandi the white tigress faces an emergency operation, while Jemima the giraffe's first birth is not going smoothly.

: Light Fantastic

2/4. The Light of Reason. Simon Schaffer explores the link between the development of practical tools that manipulated light and the emergence of new ideas that changed our understanding of the universe. Director Annabel Gillings ; Executive producer Anne Laking
First shown on BBC4 The Inside Story: page 78

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Schaffer
Director: Annabel Gillings
Producer: Anne Laking

: Mastermind

Specialist subjects tonight are the life and times of Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), the work of Edward Hopper , 20th-century Parliamentary scandals, and the life of Nancy Mitford. With John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Edward Stuart
Unknown: Edward Hopper
Unknown: Nancy Mitford.
Unknown: John Humphrys.
Director: Derek Hallworth
Producer: Pam Cavannagh

: What the Ancients Did for Us

2/9. The Aztec, Maya and Inca. Adam Hart-Davis demonstrates the lasting effect the New World of Central America has left on the things we use today, from chocolate to suspension bridges.
Director Monika Kupper ; Series producer Ian Potts (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Director: Monika Kupper
Producer: Ian Potts

: After the War - Hirohito

2/3. How responsible was Emperor Hirohito of I Japan for his country's wartime conduct? Over 14 years, the armies of Japan killed millions in the name of the emperor. For some Hirohito was a war criminal who escaped trial, while to others he was the helpless puppet of a military dictatorship. Since his death, new evidence has come to light, prompting a re-examination of the issue of how
Hirohito evaded prosecution and was able to retain his throne. Narrated by Samuel West. The series concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Producer Tim Robinson ; Editor John Farren

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel West.
Producer: Tim Robinson
Editor: John Farren

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

Joan Rivers , Tony Benn , Joan Bakewell and John Mortimer are among those reflecting on what they've learnt in the past 40 years or so. Producer Southan Morris : Exec producer Stuart Prebble

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Rivers
Unknown: Tony Benn
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: John Mortimer
Producer: Southan Morris
Producer: Stuart Prebble

: World Weddings: Marriage and the Mob

New series 1/5. The series on global betrothal returns with the remarkable story of Giuseppe and Mena, who live on a gruesome housing estate in Naples, which is at the centre of drug wars that have claimed more than 120 lives in the past year. With a past history of dealing for the gangs, 18-year-old
Giuseppe is trying to go straight, turn professional as a boxer and marry his sweetheart. But what chance do they have in a city where even the parish priest is under armed guard for his anti-mafia stance? Producer Benito Montorio ; Exec producer Karen O'Connor For better, for worse: page 14

Contributors

Producer: Benito Montorio
Producer: Karen O'Connor

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: Iran's Nuclear Secrets: This World

As Iran defies the world by restarting its nuclear programme, Paul Kenyon hears from UN inspectors, Iranian negotiators, and the International Atomic Energy Agency in a documentary first screened in May this year, and updated here to reflect Iran's recent abandonment of diplomacy and its decision to start enriching uranium again.
Producer Paul Kenyon ; Executive producer Karen O'Connor
(Revised repeat)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Kenyon
Producer: Paul Kenyon
Producer: Karen O'Connor

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
General Interest Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Homegrown Hollywood British short films. With strong language and distressing scenes. 725M15








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