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: CBBC: Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo

Scooby falls in love and the gang have a nightmare. Plus how a swamp monster was hooked.

: CBBC: Smile

Ryan Maloney from Neighbours pops in for a chat while the Byker Grove set is the focus of the webcam. Plus games and cartoons. With Barney Harwood, Rochelle Wiseman and Kirsten O'Brien.
[web address removed]


Guest: Ryan Maloney
Presenter: Barney Harwood
Presenter: Rochelle Wiseman
Presenter: Kirsten O'Brien
Director: Ian Trill
Producer: Mo Clasby

: Sunday Past Times

Nadia Sawalha takes a trip back to the future and discovers space-age footage from the BBC archive. What did we think the future would be like? Did we really think the 21st century would be filled with hi-tech robots and holidays in space?
Series producer Sue Watson


Unknown: Nadia Sawalha

: Property People

It's July, and the London property market is showing no signs of recovery. (Revised repeat)

: Wildlife on Two

Alligator Hole. How these cunning predators create "fish farms" in Florida's Everglades.

: Private Life of Plants

Travelling. David Attenborough explores the ingenious techniques that plants employ to find new homes.
1.20 The Flying Gardener


Unknown: David Attenborough

: Sunday Grandstand

With Rishi Persad and Clare Balding.
1.35 Cycling Highlights of last week's Tour of Britain race, which saw 16 teams battling it out over six days, starting in Glasgow and finishing in London.
3.00 Three-Day Eventing Live coverage of the final day of the European championships at Blenheim, Oxfordshire, with the nail-biting show jumping finale. Great Britain won team gold last time, and Pippa Funnell added bronze to two previous golds.
4.45 Racing Coverage of the Arc Trials at Longchamp, including the Prix Niel. Derby winner Sinndar won this race by eight lengths in 2000 before claiming the famous Arc de
Triomphe race a month later. Producer Lakviar Singh
Editor Ron Chakraborty


Unknown: Rishi Persad
Unknown: Pippa Funnell
Producer: Lakviar Singh
Editor: Ron Chakraborty

: BBC Family Prom in the Park 2005

It's around the world in 80 minutes as a host of stars celebrate Jules Verne 's 100th anniversary in London's Hyde Park. This musical flight of fantasy features McFly, Jamie Cullum and bass Willard White. There's also Kim Medcalf from EastEnders and the cast and chorus from the West End production of Mary Poppins. Featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robert Ziegler. The event is hosted by Blue Peter 's Konnie Huq and Matt Baker.
Director Bridget Caldwell ; Producer Christopher Tandy


Unknown: Jules Verne
Unknown: Jamie Cullum
Bass: Willard White.
Unknown: Kim Medcalf
Unknown: Mary Poppins.
Conducted By: Robert Ziegler.
Unknown: Blue Peter
Unknown: Konnie Huq
Unknown: Matt Baker.
Director: Bridget Caldwell
Producer: Christopher Tandy

: Dear Television

More correspondence documenting viewers' concerns. Producer Lucy Kenwright ; Exec producer Caroline Wright


Producer: Lucy Kenwright
Producer: Caroline Wright

: Top of the Pops

Franz Ferdinand , Depeche Mode, the Sugababes and the Foo Fighters perform. Hosted by Fearne Cotton. Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Andi Peters TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: now published fortnightly, price E2


Unknown: Franz Ferdinand
Producer: Sally Wood
Producer: Andi Peters

: Malcolm in the Middle: Hot Tub

Series five. Jamie's babysitter coerces Malcolm into doing her a favour. Dewey finds a friend.
(First shown on Sky One)

: Ray Mears's Bushcraft

4/5. Sweden. The Scandinavian country is a place where ancient bushcraft skills are in daily use. In the north,
Ray spends time with the Sami people learning about their folklore and undertaking a journey by dog sled. Producer Sally Thomson ; Series producer Ben Southwell RT DIRECT: Ray Mears 's Bushcraft series two DVD is only E23.99. To order call [number removed]3850 (national rate) quoting ref RT


Producer: Sally Thomson
Producer: Ben Southwell
Unknown: Ray Mears

: Europe: a Natural History

New series 1/4. Genesis. Re-creating events that have shaped the landscapes of Europe, beginning with a three-billion-year journey that sees Oxford overrun with dinosaurs, the spectacle of St
Petersburg buried under desert sands and the Mediterranean's birth. Sean Pertwee is the narrator.
Producer Ian Gray ; Series producers Patrick Morris and Klaus Felchtenberger First shown on BBC4


Unknown: Sean Pertwee
Producer: Ian Gray
Producers: Patrick Morris
Producers: Klaus Felchtenberger

: Space: Flying Visits

Star Stuff. Did human beings come from outer space? Exececutive producer Stephen Wilkinson


Producer: Stephen Wilkinson

: Dead Ringers

3/6. Impressions from Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Phil Cornwell , Mark Perry and Kevin Connelly.
Directors Ben Fuller Pati Marr : Producer Gareth Edwards A brand new 11th series begins on Radio 4 at 6.30pm on Friday


Unknown: Jon Culshaw
Unknown: Jan Ravens
Unknown: Phil Cornwell
Unknown: Mark Perry
Unknown: Kevin Connelly.
Directors: Ben Fuller
Directors: Pati Marr
Producer: Gareth Edwards

: Match of the Day 2

Including highlights of Bolton v Blackburn.
Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Mark Demuth


Producer: Andy Gilbert
Editor: Mark Demuth

: Arrested Development

Sad Sack. George Sr fears he's losing Lucille to Oscar. The next episode is on Thursday at 11.30pm on BBC4. Shown last Thursday on BBC4

: About Adam

Droll romantic comedy starring Stuart Townsend and featuring Kate Hudson. When Dublin waitress Lucy takes the seemingly perfect Adam to meet her family, he wastes no time in turning on the charm - with chaotic results. Review page 48.
Director Gerard Stembridge (2000, 15)


Unknown: Stuart Townsend
Unknown: Kate Hudson.
Director: Gerard Stembridge

: Days That Shook the World

First in Flight. On
17 December 1903 the Wright brothers pioneered the first ever powered flight in North Carolina.
Director Carl Hindmarch
Followed by The Witness


Director: Carl Hindmarch

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkills in the Arts Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Guide 46367 3.00 Careers
4.00 Stagestruck 30831 5.00 The Right Note

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