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: CBBC: Looney Tunes

Starring Sylvester and Tweety. (R) (S)

: CBBC: Arthur

Binky waxes poetic and DW loses her voice.

: CBBC: Mysti: 7/9

Mysti loses her powers when she gets her first cold.


Writer: Nathan Cockerill
Writer: Ben Ward

: CBBC: SMart

Lighthouses, toon tips and stained glass.

: CBeebies Birthdays; Followed by LazyTown

Sportacus wears radio-controlled boots.

: CBeebies: Pingu

The petite penguin has porridge problems.

: CBeebies: Clifford's Puppy Days

Emily Elizabeth has a cold.

: CBeebies: Barnaby Bear

Our furry friend visits Dublin.

: CBeebies: Tweenies

Milo and Jake disagree about a dolly.
Tweenies Magazine: £1.65. New issue on sale 1 December

: Trade Secrets

: Bachelor Mother

Comedy starring Ginger Rogers and David Niven. A department-store assistant who finds an abandoned baby is assumed to be its unmarried mother. Review page 53.
(1939, U) (BW)
(David Niven is the subject of Hollywood Greats tomorrow at 10.35pm on BBC1)


Director: Garson Kanin
Polly Parrish: Ginger Rogers
David Merlin: David Niven
J.B. Merlin: Charles Coburn
Freddie Miller: Frank Albertson
Butler: E.E. Clive

: The Daily Politics

With Prime Minister's Questions.


Director: Claire Bellis
Editor: Natasha Shallice

: Murder at the Grange

is a killer returning to finish off a family? Crime thriller from written by John Gilling , starring Patrick Barr. (BW)


Written By: John Gilling
Unknown: Patrick Barr.

: Working Lunch

Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.


Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: Snooker

Quarter-finals get under way at York's Barbican Centre. Matches are the best of 17 frames, played over two sessions. Ray Stubbs introduces live coverage, with former UK champs Steve Davis and John Parrott.
Digital viewers can choose which table to watch, and access news, results and statistics, via the red button


Introduces: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott.

: Weakest Link

Acid-tongued quiz.

: Flog It!

Crossing the fairy bridge to Castletown, Catherine Southon and Philip Serrell view antiques in the Isle of Man. Meanwhile, Paul Martin gets a flavour of the island's high speed history at the TT museum. Producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
(Revised rpt) www.bbc.co.uk/antiques


Unknown: Catherine Southon
Unknown: Paul Martin
Producer: Peter Smith
Producer: Tom Ware

: Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two

It's the halfway point of the final week. What's the latest on the remaining couples from the training rooms? Presented by Claudia Winkleman.


Presented By: Claudia Winkleman.

: Snooker

Live action from the first two UK championship quarter-finals. With luck on his side, defending champion Stephen Maguire will be in action.
Digital viewers can choose which table to watch - and access news, results and statistics - via the red button


Unknown: Stephen Maguire

: Natural World

Wild Harvest. Britain's countryside is undergoing a revolution. For decades, farmland wildlife has been in decline: hedges ripped out. marshes drained and fields saturated with chemicals. Now it's starting to recover. Could our countryside one day return to its former wild glory? Narrated by Philippa Forrester. Producer Roger Webb ; Series editor Tim Martin
Repeated next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature


Producer: Roger Webb
Editor: Tim Martin

: Red Stag Rut

Clashing antlers echo through the New Forest in the south of England every autumn as red deer stags fight for control of females.
Producer Robert Yeoman ; Series producer Wendy Darke


Producer: Robert Yeoman
Producer: Wendy Darke

: Rome

7/11. Caesar's fevered pursuit of Pompey takes him to Egypt, where he makes a terrible discovery. Pullo and Vorenus seek Cleopatra - only to be drawn into a secret that must never be revealed. Contains scenes of a sexual nature, violence and strong language.
Writer William J MacDonald ; Producer Frank Doelger ; Director
Steve Shill Repeated next Sunday on BBC1 BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: the new issue looks at Rome. E3.40
Moment of the Week: page 61; The Inside Story: page 94


Unknown: William J MacDonald
Producer: Frank Doelger
Julius Caesar: Ciaran Hinds
Mark Antony: James Purefoy
Lucius Vorenus: Kevin McKidd
Titus Pullo: Ray Stevenson
Servilia: Lindsay Duncan
Marcus Junius Brutus: Tobias Menzies
Octavia of the Julii: Kerry Condon
Posca: Nicholas Woodeson
Cicero: David Bamber
Eleni: Suzanne Bertish
Cleopatra: Lyndsey Marshal
King Ptolemy XIII: Scott Chisholm
Pothinus: Tony Guilfoyle
Charmian: Kathryn Hunter

: Scandal

7/8. OJ to Lewinsky. From blood on gloves to stains on dresses, Scandal traces the varying problems of American football stars and presidential aides.
Producer Lucy Kenwright Exec producer Caroline Wright


Producer: Lucy Kenwright
Producer: Caroline Wright

: What the Romans Did for Us

The Good Life
Central heating, villas, saunas, baths: Adam Hart -
Davis learns the Romans knew all about good living. Producers Simon Baker and Catrine Clay


Unknown: Adam Hart
Producers: Simon Baker

: Newsnight

Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: 21st-century Bach: the Complete Organ Works

Orgel-Buchlein: 0 Mensch, bewein dein Sunde gross, BWV 622 is played by John Scott Whiteley. Producer Norman Stone ; Executive producer Victor Lewis-Smith
Radio 3's Bach week starts on Friday at 7pm


Played By: John Scott Whiteley.
Producer: Norman Stone
Producer: Victor Lewis-Smith

: Snooker

The first two quarter-finals are played to a conclusion. Ray Stubbs introduces the action. <s)
Digital viewers can choose which table to watch - and access news, results and statistics - via the red button


Introduces: Ray Stubbs

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Alternative Takes Drugs, alcohol, sex and music feature in films of interest to young people.

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