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: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: The Demon Headmaster: 6/6

Series three. Can Dinah save her mum - and the world?

: CBBC: DIY TV

: CBeebies: Be Safe with the Tweenies

Safety around rivers.

: CBeebies: Boo!

On the prairie.

: CBeebies: Balamory

Edie is a tour guide.

Contributors

Writer: Wayne Jackman

: My Wife & Kids

No Rules. Michael lets the kids do what they want - as long as they cook and clean.

: Trade Secrets

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Barnaby Bear 8280843 10.45
Something Special (ages 4-7)
Something to Think About 5968338 11.00 Hands Up! (ages
9-11) The Chronicles of Narnia: the Magician's Nephew

: The Daily Politics: Conference Special

Concluding live coverage from the Labour Party conference in Brighton.
BBC Parliament has live coverage from 9.30am; Question Time looks back at the week's events at 10.35pm on BBC1.

: Meet the Ancestors

The secrets of bones on a remote island off Guernsey.

: Working Lunch

Business news.

: Father Came Too

Comedy with Leslie Phillips ,
James Robertson-Justice and Stanley Baxter. A rundown cottage marks the end of the honeymoon for two newlyweds, and there is the bride's father to contend with. Review page 53. Director Peter Graham Scott
(1963, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Phillips
Unknown: James Robertson-Justice
Unknown: Stanley Baxter.
Director: Peter Graham Scott

: Escape to the Country

A budget of E325,000 for a rural residence in Yorkshire. Series producer Mandy Thomson
Exec producer Kate Roberts

Contributors

Producer: Mandy Thomson
Producer: Kate Roberts

: Ready Steady Cook

Chef Ed Baines makes his Ready Steady Cook debut.

Contributors

Unknown: Ed Baines

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Flog It!

From the Yorkshire resort of Scarborough, where Paul Martin scours local beaches for Whitby jet and learns how the black stone became so sought after.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin

: Venice

4/4. Death. Since Byron put the city on the tourist map, life has grown harder for the Venetians. But Francesco da Mosto still lives and raises his family there, even though he has seen the dangers the city faces. Modernising ideas also threaten Venice: from bridges linking the city with mainland Italy, to converting the Grand Canal into a motorway.
Producer Sam Hobkinson ; Exec producer Basil Comely

Contributors

Producer: Sam Hobkinson

: A Year at Kew

7/12; series two. The Royal Botanic Garden's palm expert, John Dransfield, wins botanical immortality. Meanwhile, Ray Townsend has a design problem to overcome if his beloved Japanese garden is ever to come up to scratch. Alan Titchmarsh narrates.
Producer Roger Huyton ; Series producer Adam Alexander RT DIRECT: save E2 on the accompanying hardback book, only
£14.99, or pre-order the paperback for £10.99. Call [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: John Dransfield
Unknown: Ray Townsend
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Producer: Roger Huyton
Producer: Adam Alexander

: No Waste like Home

7/8. Eighteen loads of washing, 21 baths, 28 showers and running the dishwasher 16 times a week means the Henshalls of Manchester spend £560 a year on water - much of which is literally flushed away. The family doesn't recycle or compost, has 41 light bulbs and wastes E30 of every £100 spent on food. Can Penney Poyzer make them cut the money they are throwing down the drain? 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 £12.99). Call [number removed]042 (national rate) quoting RT

Contributors

Unknown: Penney Poyzer
Unknown: Andrew Lincoln
Unknown: Damon Pattison

: Horizon

4/9. The Doctor Who Makes People Walk Again? The controversial work of the doctor who claims he can make people walk again is put under the microscope. Using a technique that would be banned in the West. Dr Huang Hongyun injects cells from aborted foetuses into the brains and spines of patients with spinal injuries and disease. His treatment is based on research pioneered in the UK but scientists and neurosurgeons point to a gap in his provision of evidence or data. Could his patients be at risk?
Producers Laura Fairrie and Milia Harrison-Hansley; Series editor
Andrew Cohen www.bbc.co.uk/horizon

Contributors

Producer: Laura Fairrie
Editor: Andrew Cohen

: Underground Britain

4/10. The Hippo Hunters. Big game hunting is big business: for the right price you can shoot virtually any animal on the planet. It's a secretive world but two hunters were persuaded to take part. How do they justify killing animals and what is their motive? Producers Alastair Cook and Robert Davis ; Executive producer
Edmund Couthard

Contributors

Producers: Alastair Cook
Producers: Robert Davis
Producer: Edmund Couthard

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Monastery

3/3. Last year, monks in Sussex agreed to a unique experiment. They invited five men to live with them for 40 days and 40 nights. Would their traditions prove to have anything to offer modern life? The men have taken an emotional, intensely personal and potentially life-changing spiritual journey. Here. that journey comes to a remarkable conclusion.
Director Dollan Cannell ; Series Producer Gabe Solomon

Contributors

Director: Dollan Cannell
Producer: Gabe Solomon

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning

Zone www.bbc.couk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Science The Human Body. A version of Robert Winston 's series. 67943 4.00 Technology Techno:
Designing Your Future and ICT in the Real World.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Winston








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