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: CBBC: Trollz

Tropical trollz.

: CBBC: Raven

Negotiating the perilous Demon Square.

: CBBC: Legend of the Dragon

Mad scientist mayhem.

: CBBC Playlist: The Fairly Odd Parents

Chosen by Hornsea High School Gifted and Talented Group from Yorkshire.
Baseball and birthdays.

: CBBC Playlist: Kerching!

Taj races Ricardo.


Writer: Marcus Powell

: CBBC Playlist: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Christmas comes early and quiz fever hits.


Writer: Rob Gittins
Writer: Gary Parker
Writer: Laura Summers

: CBBC: Viewers' Choice

Vote for Mona the Vampire, Arthur or The Scooby and Scrappy Show.
Kids' TV Choices: page

: CBeebies: Pingu

Double bill.

: CBeebies: Pablo the Little Red Fox

A balloon trip.

: CBeebies: Boo!

Rock pool.

: Trade Secrets

: The Flying Gardener

Dungeness and Hertfordshire receive flying visits.

: The Daily Politics

Westminster news with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.


Unknown: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Jenny Scott

: House Detectives

The mysteries of Plymouth
House in Northop.

: Working Lunch

Business analysis, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.


Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: Escape to the Country

IT consultant Helen wants to swap her heels for wellies and a City flat for Essex countryside. Director Joel Tomlinson ; Producer
Gaynor Davies


Director: Joel Tomlinson
Producer: Gaynor Davies

: Castle in the Country

Visits to Mother Shipton 's Cave and Fountains Abbey, plus an 18th-century music lesson - and making basil pasta.


Unknown: Mother Shipton

: Flog It!

In mystical Glastonbury, Paul Martin explores local legends and talks to the Bishop of Bath and Wells. (5)


Unknown: Paul Martin

: Ready Steady Cook

Antony Worrall Thompson and Nick Nairn mix it up.


Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson
Unknown: Nick Nairn

: Weakest Link

The ruthless quiz.

: Eggheads

Did yesterday's challengers scoop the prize or will a roll-over raise the stakes for today's show? <s) 73

: Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two

Claudia Winkleman takes a look at all the news, gossip and backstage action from the world of Strictly Come Dancing.


Unknown: Claudia Winkleman

: Force Fed

For women, fat is beautiful - in Mauritania. Girls of seven consume vast amounts to trigger puberty, so they can be married off. Olenka Frenkiel reports on the country's love affair with female obesity.
Producer Rachael Turner ; Exec producer Karen O'Connor The Inside Story: page


Unknown: Olenka Frenkiel
Producer: Rachael Turner
Producer: Karen O'Connor

: Rough Science

New series 1/6. The scientists face physical and scientific obstacles in the peaks of Colorado, USA, in an old ore-processing mill, where their first task is to make the place habitable. With Hermione Cockburn. Series producer Nathan Williams open2.net/rouqhscience6 37 BBC MAGAZINE: Focus is available monthly, price E3.25


Unknown: Hermione Cockburn.
Producer: Nathan Williams

: Natural World

The Queen of Trees. The extraordinary story of the African sycamore fig tree and its relationship with a tiny insect partner. Each fig is a world in miniature: birth, sex and death, predators and parasites.
Producers Mark Deeble and Victoria Stone; Series editor Tim Martin Repeated next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature Snap snap!: page 20


Producers: Mark Deeble
Editor: Tim Martin

: The Rabbits of Skomer

How rabbits and flowers combine to create a beautiful natural spectacle.
Producer Mark Flowers ; Series producer Wendy Darke


Producer: Mark Flowers
Producer: Wendy Darke

: Rome

New series 1/11. Sex, violence and strong language run through the much discussed lavish drama chronicling the birth of the Roman Empire.
52 BC: after eight years of war, Julius Caesar triumphs over the Gauls. But his soaring popularity arouses fears that he wants to return to Rome as a dictator.
Writer Bruno Heller ; Producer Frank Doelger ; Director Michael Apted www.bbc.co.uk/rome Empire building: page 17


Unknown: Julius Caesar
Unknown: Bruno Heller
Producer: Frank Doelger
Director: Michael Apted
Julius Caesar: Ciaran Hinds
Mark Antony: James Purefoy
Lucius Vorenus: Kevin McKidd
Titus Pullo: Ray Stevenson
Atia of the Julii: Polly Walker
Pompey Magnus: Kenneth Cranham
Servilia: Lindsay Duncan
Marcus Junius Brutus: Tobias Menzies
Octavia of the Julii: Kerry Condon
Porcius Cato: Karl Johnson
Niobe: Indira Varma
Marcus Tullius Cicero: David Bamber
Gaius Octavian: Max Pirkis
Timon: Lee Boardman
Posca: Nicholas Woodeson
Eleni: Suzanne Bertish
Scipio: Paul Jeeson
Clarissa: Anna Francolini
Vorena the Elder: Coral Amiga

: Scandal

New series 1/8. Profumo to Watergate. Sniffing out the moments that made the headlines and shook society, illustrated with archive footage.
Producer Lucy Kenwright Exec producer Caroline Wright


Producer: Lucy Kenwright
Producer: Caroline Wright

: What the Romans Did for Us

Invasion. How did the Romans conquer Britain in under 50 years?
Producers Simon Baker and Catrine Clay


Producers: Simon Baker

: Newsnight

Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Tales from Europe: BBC4 on BBC2

7/8. Latvia. Line dancing and opera await.
11.50 8/8. Estonia. Soap and Scottish expats.

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning

Zone www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision English 3

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