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: CBBC: Arthur

Double bill.

: CBBC: The Demon Headmaster: series one: 3/6

Dinah is forced to take part in the Great School Quiz.

: CBBC: Eureka TV

The evolutionary link between dogs and wolves.

: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Jackson gets to grips with skiing.

: CBeebies: Tweenies Safety Shorts

Max makes a home movie.

: CBeebies: Muffin the Mule

Peter the dog feels rejected.

: CBeebies: Pingu

Triple bill.

: CBeebies: Balamory

PC Plum is homesick.

Contributors

Writer: Wayne Jackman

: Thunderbirds

Atlantic Inferno
Scott heads up International Rescue while Jeff takes a break.

10.50 Path of Destruction
A huge deforestation machine runs out of control.

: Love on the Dole

Moving drama based on Walter Greenwood's novel, starring Deborah Kerr. 1930s England: Sally Hardcastle is being courted by two men, but only has eyes for another poor but idealistic socialist Larry Meath.
(Review page 53) (1941, PG) (BW) (S)

Contributors

Author (Love on the Dole): Walter Greenwood
Director: John Baxter
Sally Hardcastle: Deborah Kerr

: The Flying Gardener

With Chris Beardshaw.

Followed by The Witness

Contributors

Presenter: Chris Beardshaw

: Working Lunch

Business and personal finance news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Presenter: Adam Shaw

: This Land

The work of the National Trust for Scotland's species recovery officer in the Hebrides.

: Wildlife on Two: The Butterfly - Beauty or the Beast?

The insect's fascinating survival strategies.

: Race Country

3/10. Up on the gallops, there's still time for some last-minute Grand National training.

: Escape to the Country

Can Catherine Gee find a four bedroom country home in Norfolk for less than £200,000?

Contributors

Presenter: Catherine Gee

: Ready Steady Cook

Antony Worrall Thompson and Nick Nairn get cooking.

Contributors

Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson
Unknown: Nick Nairn

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Animal Park

How much monkey business will the buffalos put up with? And do tigers have a taste for curry?

: The Good Life: Suit Yourself

Tom and Barbara's particular spin on self-sufficiency includes an innovative use for nettles.

Contributors

Writer: John Esmonde
Writer: Bob Larbey
Producer: John Howard Davies

: The World's Most Photographed: Queen Victoria

9/10. The monarch's accession to the throne in 1837 coincided with the invention of photography. Initially, she and her family used the camera purely for pleasure. But soon the queen began to understand its value as a political tool: to win her subjects' affection and to establish herself as the figurehead of British imperial power.

RT Direct: save £5 on The World's Most Photographed hardback. Send a cheque for £20 (incl p&p) payable to Radio Times to: [address removed], or call [number removed]

Contributors

Producer: Emily Kennedy
Series Producer: Chris Granlund

: Rick Stein's French Odyssey

4/10. The season's first melons and the celebrated Gascon specialities of rabbit with prunes and poule au pot are on the menu as Rick's glorious barge excursion through France continues.

(Rick's mouthwatering melon salad, plus book offer: p31)

Contributors

Presenter: Rick Stein
Producer: David Pritchard

: A Week of Dressing Dangerously

4/8. Karen Richmond , 44, feels stuck in a rut: she'd like to be more extrovert, adventurous and sexy. For five days she eschews her normal wardrobe for five wildly different outfits. But will dressing outside of her comfort zone spark a change in her personality? Series producer Gill Holmes ; Executive producer Vicki Barrass

Contributors

Unknown: Karen Richmond
Producer: Gill Holmes
Producer: Vicki Barrass

: Bank of Mum and Dad

6/6. For male stripper Ghent Wakefield , 24, image is everything. He's spent thousands on fake tan and hair styling, and maintains his bulging pecs with mountains of food and supplements. Life in London's fast lane has also taken a financial toll, and penny-wise mum Linda thinks it's time to hit the brakes. But at 17 and a half stone and over 6ft tall, Ghent's no pushover. Max Beesley narrates.
Producer Zoe Callan ; Executive producer David Tibballs BBC ACTION LINE: [number removed]09. Calls are free

Contributors

Unknown: Ghent Wakefield
Unknown: Max Beesley
Producer: Zoe Callan
Producer: David Tibballs

: How to Start Your Own Country

6/6. The United Nation. When his new passport is refused at customs, King Danny realises that his fledgling nation is useless without international recognition. To this end, he lobbies Switzerland for entry into the UN, auditions for the Eurovision song contest and, finally, reveals his new country's name. Director/Producer Lee Phillips INTERACTIVE: King Danny will give a ten-minute address at the end of the show, available to digital viewers via the red button Danny Wallace is in He's Having a Baby next Saturday on BBC1

Contributors

Producer: Lee Phillips
Unknown: Danny Wallace

: Newsnight

Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Paxman

: The Apprentice USA

The two teams must design an eye-catching bottle for a soft-drink manufacturer's latest product - and the boardroom plays host to a heated slanging match. Shown at 9pm on BBC3 RT DIRECT: save F2 on Trump's book How to Get Rich, paying
£14.99 (including p&p). To order call [number removed]7979 (national rate)

: Death on the Staircase - the Aftermath: BBC4

on BBC2 What happened to the key protagonists after the murder trial? Michael Peterson , the accused, is among the interviewees. (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Peterson

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone: General Interest: Homegrown Hollywood

[web address removed]
(Repeats not indicated)

Short films. (S)








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