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: CBBC: Smile

More morning mayhem, including Arthur, Trollz, BB3B and What's New Scooby-Doo? Hosted by Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien, Rochelle Wiseman and Neville the Bear.
[web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Barney Harwood
Presenter: Kirsten O'Brien
Presenter: Rochelle Wiseman
Director: Ben Brewster
Producer: Mo Clasby

: Sunday Style

Nicki Chapman gets the archive-footage lowdown on the pros and cons of life as a celebrity.
Series producer Veronica Butt

Contributors

Unknown: Nicki Chapman
Producer: Veronica Butt

: Uncharted Territory

Two sisters hunt for a cheap property in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. With Kristian Digby and Nigel Leek. IS) There's more on Friday at 1.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Kristian Digby
Unknown: Nigel Leek.

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by John Inverdale.

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale.

: Amateur Boxing

ABAlight-welter champion
Jamie Cox will be among those aiming to boost Commonwealth Games medal aspirations as he takes to the ring at the Four Nations event in Dublin. Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall commentate.

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Cox
Unknown: Richie Woodhall

: Athletics

Analysing the causes behind the decline in the numbers of world-beating distance runners hailing from Kenya.

: Ski Sunday

The final
World Cup races before the start of the Winter Olympics. The men's downhillers are at
Chamonix in France, while the women are in giant-slalom action in Ofterschwang, Germany. The opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics is on Friday at 6pm
Producer Sally Richardson ; Editor
Michael Cole

Contributors

Producer: Sally Richardson
Editor: Michael Cole

: Flog It!

Paul Martin takes the show to
Dolgellau, Gwynedd.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin

: Voyage of the Damned

Harrowing drama based on a true story, starring
Faye Dunaway, Max von Sydow, Malcolm McDowell, James Mason and Orson Welles. May 1939: the SS St Louis departs Hamburg carrying 937 Jewish refugees. But their hopes of a new life are dashed when they are refused entry to Cuba. Review page 45. Director Stuart Rosenberg (1976, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Faye Dunaway
Unknown: Max von Sydow
Unknown: Malcolm McDowell
Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Orson Welles
Director: Stuart Rosenberg

: Natural World

Stalking the Jaguar. Film-makers Owen Newman and Amanda Barrett start to wonder just who is stalking whom when they head for Brazil's Pantanal in search of South America's most mysterious predator. Producers Amanda Barrett and Owen Newman
Shown last Wednesday

Contributors

Unknown: Owen Newman
Unknown: Amanda Barrett
Producers: Amanda Barrett
Producers: Owen Newman

: Top of the Pops

Performances by Graham Coxon , Corinne Bailey
Rae, Orson, the Go! Team, Ashlee Simpson and Beth Orton , plus the UK number one. Hosted by Richard Bacon. The series moves to Monday next week.
Producer Sally Wood : Executive producer Mark Cooper TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: now published monthly, price E2.10

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Coxon
Unknown: Corinne Bailey
Unknown: Ashlee Simpson
Unknown: Beth Orton
Unknown: Richard Bacon.
Producer: Sally Wood
Producer: Mark Cooper

: Malcolm in the Middle

Humilithon. Series four. Malcolm's plan to be popular is stymied when his parents volunteer at the school.

: Boris Johnson and the Dream of Rome

2/2. Visits to Ephesus, Istanbul, Rome, France and Germany help Boris to see how the Roman Empire fostered a sense of common identity among its vast population, many of whom wallowed in luxury, and perpetuated the cult of the Emperor. It lasted for over 400 years in western Europe, but what can we learn from the Empire's decline and fall in relation to today's bureaucracy and expansion of the European Union? Producers Francis Hanly and David Jeffcock ; Executive producers Charles Brand and Lucy Hetherington

Contributors

Producers: Francis Hanly
Producers: David Jeffcock
Producers: Charles Brand
Producers: Lucy Hetherington

: Best of Top Gear

3/6. An Aston Martin , Porsche and BMW hit the Isle of Man. There's a motor down memory lane with the E-type Jaguar and Aston Martin DB5, plus the world's greatest power-sliders the Drifters at the Top Gear track. Chris Evans and Ian Wright are the Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Series producer Gary Broadhurst ; Executive producer Andy Wilman www.bbc.co.uk/topgear

Contributors

Unknown: Aston Martin
Unknown: Chris Evans
Unknown: Ian Wright
Producer: Gary Broadhurst
Producer: Andy Wilman

: Hyperdrive

4/6. Asteroid. Henderson hopes for a peace prize for hosting delicate talks between feuding alien species. The fourth episode is on Wednesday at 10pm.
Shown last Wednesday Regular cast on Wednesday

: Match of the Day 2

English and European champions clash at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea meet Liverpool. Plus highlights of the London derby at White Hart Lane between
Tottenham and Charlton. Adrian Chiles presents.
Producer Paul Foster

Contributors

Unknown: Charlton. Adrian Chiles
Producer: Paul Foster

: American Dad!

Bullocks to Stan. When Stan is up for a promotion, he asks his family to be on their best behaviour at the CIA picnic. With the guest voice of Patrick Stewart. Postponed from 22 January

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Stewart.

: Family Guy

The Kiss Seen around the World. Meg gets a job at a TV station to be closer to a newscaster she adores.
First shown on Sky One Postponed from 22 January

: I Went Down

Dark Irish crime comedy starring Brendan Gleeson and Peter McDonald. Git Hynes gets out of prison and straight into trouble when forced into an underworld assignment by a crime boss. To Hynes's despair, he's teamed up with psychopathic hitman Bunny Kelly. Review page 45. Director Paddy Breathnach (1997, 15)
Postponed from 22 January
Followed by Dear Television Viewer opinion.

Contributors

Unknown: Brendan Gleeson
Unknown: Peter McDonald.
Unknown: Git Hynes
Unknown: Bunny Kelly.

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkills in the Media Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Guide Media career options. 26099 3.00 Careers 55588 4.00 Advertising IS) 23525 5.00 Theatre and Television








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