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: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: The Demon Headmaster: 3/6

Series two. Lloyd is dumped on some waste ground.

: CBBC: Eureka TV

Double bill.

: CBeebies: Muffin the Mule

Grace loses her diamond necklace.

: CBeebies: Pingu

Triple bill.

: CBeebies: Balamory

Archie creates a troublesome set of table mats.


Writer: Peter Hynes

: My Wife & Kids

He Said, She Said. Michael and Jay realise they are no longer listening to one other.
10.20 Trade Secrets

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Watch Double bill. (ages 5-7) 78080 11.00 Hands Up! Signed double bill. (ages 9-11) (SL) 2950 11.30 BBC Primary
Geography (ages 7-11)
11.40 Focus (ages 9-11) (5)

: Top Cat

Dibble as a singing star? TC thinks he can make it happen. <R) Followed by The Witness <S)

: Working Lunch

On his continuing cycle ride between Cardiff and Edinburgh, Adrian Chiles meets the parents who decided to sort out their children's school meals.


Presenter: Adrian Chiles

: Golf

Live coverage from Wentworth of the opening clashes, played out over 36 holes, in the four-day World Match Play tournament.
Ernie Els has monopolised the championship in recent years, winning a record sixth title last year with a two-and-one victory over Britain's Lee Westwood.
But the South African will not be able to defend his crown after injuring his knee. In his absence, who from the 16-strong field will take the richest first prize in the sport - E:1 million? Luke Donald , Colin Montgomerie and David Howell are among the British hopes, while other big names include Retief Goosen and Michael Campbell. With Steve Rider.
Executive producer Paul Davies ; Executive editor Barbara Slater INTERACTIVE: if matches overrun. digital viewers can access continued coverage by pressing the red button


Unknown: Ernie Els
Unknown: Lee Westwood.
Unknown: Luke Donald
Unknown: Colin Montgomerie
Unknown: David Howell
Unknown: Retief Goosen
Unknown: Michael Campbell.
Unknown: Steve Rider.
Producer: Paul Davies
Editor: Barbara Slater

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Art School

4/10. The students visit London's Tate Modern, and John Humphrys 's enmity for contemporary art surfaces when he starts to question the teaching methods. Will he stay the course? By contrast, Nihal, Clarissa Dickson Wright and Keith Allen create a sculpture out of a filing cabinet, a meat grinder and a tin of baked beans.


Unknown: John Humphrys
Unknown: Clarissa Dickson Wright
Unknown: Keith Allen

: Venice

2/4. Beauty. Francesco da Mosto reveals how the changing fortunes of the fishermen of early Venice resulted in a new city being built and adorned by the world's greatest architects and artists, from
Palladio to Titian. But the vibrant metropolis was about to be threatened by a terrible calamity - the plague. Producer Sam Hobkinson ; Exec producer Basil Comely


Producer: Sam Hobkinson

: A Year at Kew

5/12; series two. Steve Alton travels to a remote island on a quest to save some endangered plant species. Meanwhile, there's a surprising lesson for a new recruit to the tree gang. Alan Titchmarsh narrates. Producer Roger Huyton ; Series producer Adam Alexander
RT DIRECT: save E2 on the accompanying hardback book, now only £14.99, or pre-order the paperback for £10.99. Call [number removed]Secateur set offer, and the 30-minute gardener: page 30


Unknown: Steve Alton
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Producer: Roger Huyton
Producer: Adam Alexander

: No Waste like Home

5/8. In their luxury London apartment,
Andrew Peake and Philip Brett get through 6,300 litres of water each week, three times that of the average couple. But they won't change their ways unless it is convenient. Enter Penney Poyzer. Can she help them curb their indulgences? Andrew Lincoln narrates. Series producer Stephanie Weatherhill
Executive producers Danielle Lux and Damon Pattison RT DIRECT: paperback book No Waste like Home is only £11.50 (RRP E12.99). Call [number removed]6042 (national rate) quoting RT


Unknown: Andrew Peake
Unknown: Philip Brett
Unknown: Penney Poyzer.
Unknown: Andrew Lincoln
Producer: Stephanie Weatherhill
Producer: Damon Pattison

: Horizon

2/9. The Hawking Paradox. For 30 years, Stephen Hawking has staunchly defended an idea called the "information paradox", which centres on whether information can be destroyed. A year ago, however, he had to admit that he was wrong. With his legacy being called into question, this documentary follows Hawking as he struggles to finish what many think might be his last paper. Can he end his career on a high, especially in the light of his deteriorating health? Producer William Hicklin ; Series editor Andrew Cohen


Unknown: Stephen Hawking
Producer: William Hicklin
Editor: Andrew Cohen

: Underground Britain

2/10. Profiling some unusual British characters.
Get Rich Quick. Six years ago, Spencer Michael says he was broke. Now, through some lucrative property deals, he's a multimillionaire. He claims he can do the same for anyone willing to pay for seminars containing the secrets of his success. Film-maker Saul Dibb follows the self-possessed Michael over six months in a revealing documentary that starts as observation but turns into an investigation.
Executive producers Edmund Couthard and Grant McKee


Unknown: Spencer Michael
Unknown: Saul Dibb
Producers: Edmund Couthard
Producers: Grant McKee

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.


Presenter: Kirsty Wark

: The Monastery

1/3. Five men accept a challenge: for the next 40 days, they will live by the rules of the Benedictine monks of Worth Abbey in Sussex. But can abiding by a 1500-year-old monastic tradition help Gary,
Nick, Anthoney, Peter and Tony with their problems? Directors Dollan Cannell and Gabe Solomon
Series producer Gabe Solomon


Directors: Dollan Cannell
Directors: Gabe Solomon
Producer: Gabe Solomon

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 PSHE A-Z of Politics 47993 4.00 Languages Beginner's Theme Night: Culture and Music

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