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: CBBC: Trollz

Two friends fall out.
Shown yesterday at 3.40pm on BBC1

: CBBC: Serious Jungle: 2/6

The eight young finalists spend their first night in the rainforest.

: CBeebies: Muffin the Mule

Willie wants Oswald to stop gaping.

: CBeebies: Boo!

In the woods.

: CBeebies: Balamory

Josie needs some help picking vegetables.

Contributors

Writer: Penny Lloyd

: My Wife & Kids

He Heard, She Heard Claire sneaks out to a party without
Michael's permission.

: Trade Secrets

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) 5590636 10.50 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) <S)

: Flying Gardener

Chris Beardshaw swoops down to tackle another horticultural project.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Beardshaw

: The Daily Politics: Conference Special

Live coverage of the Conservative Party's annual conference, including a speech from leadership contender, the shadow Education Secretary David Cameron. More at 2.30pm. BBC Parliament live coverage from 9.30am

Contributors

Speaker: David Cameron

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Pod's Mission (ages 7-9) Double bill.

: Working Lunch

Business news with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Adrian Chiles.

: Wildlife on Two

Following a family of Madagascan lemurs as drought forces them to look for a new home.

: The Daily Politics:Conference Special

Live coverage from Blackpool, including speeches by leadership contenders George Osborne and Kenneth Clarke.
Live coverage continues on BBC Parliament

Contributors

Speaker: George Osborne
Speaker: Kenneth Clarke

: Ready Steady Cook

A farmer takes on a fisherman as chefs Paul Rankin and James Martin rustle up dishes.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Rankin
Unknown: James Martin

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz. (RMS)

: Flog It!

The city of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire is the setting, as Charlie Ross and Philip Serrel offer expert opinions on an array range of antiques and collectibles brought in by the public. Meanwhile Paul Martin checks out the local bubble car museum.

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Ross
Unknown: Philip Serrel
Unknown: Paul Martin

: People's War

4/6. Hellfire Corner. During the Second World War the Kent coastal town of Folkestone came within range of German artillery in occupied France. Despite the threat, troops and locals recall risking their lives for a night's entertainment at the Leas Cliff Hall. Producer Ian Neale ; Series producer Ian Cundall
First shown on BBC1 South East region

Contributors

Producer: Ian Neale
Producer: Ian Cundall

: Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife

4/8. November by the Severn. When Bill looks for wildlife along the River Severn he witnesses one of nature's great spectacles - starlings gathering to roost. Other delights include scaling tree tops for mistletoe and taking care of a baby hedgehog.
Producer Alex Griffiths ; Series producer Stephen Moss

Contributors

Producer: Alex Griffiths
Producer: Stephen Moss

: Mastermind

City churches of Sir Christopher Wren , the Sword of Honour trilogy, life and work of George Eastman and the life and films of James Stewart are the subjects as the second round heats begin. With John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
www.bbc.co.uk/mastermind

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Christopher Wren
Unknown: George Eastman
Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: John Humphrys.
Director: Derek Hallworth
Producer: Pam Cavannagh

: What the Ancients Did for Us

8/9. The Britons. A whistle-stop tour of ancient British technology, from the 700,000-year-old hand axe recently unearthed in Norfolk, via the impressive architecture of Stonehenge, to the high point of bog-man achievement - the invention of the chariot. Presented by Adam Hart-Davis .
Series producer Ian Potts (Revised repeat)

Contributors

Presented By: Adam Hart-Davis
Producer: Ian Potts

: Bingers: Battling Bulimia

Karen [text removed] holds a national slimming award, but she has been hiding a dark secret - Karen is a chronic bulimic, a condition which compels her to binge eat and then make herself sick. It has taken a terrible toll on her health and now her daughter Jess has also developed bulimia. This film follows the women's battle to obtain an experimental drug which they believe could be a cure. Gail Porter narrates.
Producer Debbie Hill ; Executive producer Mike Lewis

Contributors

Unknown: Karen [text removed]
Unknown: Gail Porter
Producer: Debbie Hill
Producer: Mike Lewis

: World Weddings: The Bridegrooms

6/6. When all the young women of the Greek village of Sugartown emigrated to the city, the men were left in a state of despair. That is until their mayor took drastic action in a bid to get re-elected. He contacted the mayor of a Russian village where 300 young women were actively seeking foreign husbands.
Director Kimon Tsakiris ; Series producer Sam Bagnall

Contributors

Director: Kimon Tsakiris
Producer: Sam Bagnall

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman. is;

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Tales from Europe: BBC4 on BBC2

4/8. Czech Republic. Kirsty Wark discovers there's more to Prague than tourist traps, including fine art, cutting-edge architecture and dedicated golfers. Director Kathryn Ross ; Producer Elspeth O'Hare

Contributors

Unknown: Czech Republic.
Unknown: Kirsty Wark
Director: Kathryn Ross
Producer: Elspeth O'Hare

: Family Ties: BBC4 on BBC2

4/10. A Journey around My Grandmother. The impact of abandonment through four generations of women. Series producer Peter Gordon ; Exec producer Simon Ford

Contributors

Producer: Peter Gordon
Producer: Simon Ford

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) The Reduced Shakespeare Company in action. 56389 4.00 Shakespeare Shorts A dramatisation of key scenes from four plays.

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare








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