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: CBeebies: Balamory

Miss Hoolie's special visitor has lost some important things.


Writer: Peter Hynes

: CBeebies: Pingu

Camping fun.

: CBBC: ChuckleVision

Spooky work. (R) (S)


Writer: Simon Littlefield
Writer: George Poles

: CBBC: Zombie Hotel

Alexander Johnston of West Lothian.

9.40 Kerching!

10.05 Stupid

10.30 Watch My Chops or BB3B
Voting details on p118

: What the Romans Did for Us

Mining techniques.

: The Daily Politics

Westminster news.

: Working Lunch

Luge competitor Mark Hatton on the financial pressures of competing at the Olympics.


Unknown: Mark Hatton

: Winter Olympics

With Clare Balding and Steve Cram. Snowboarding Coverage from
Sestriere of the final of the women s half-pipe competition. Defending champion Kelly Clark of the USA is expected to be in contention while Britain's Lesley McKenna will have hopes of featuring too. 2 00 Curling Britain's women begin the defence of their title in Pinerolo with a tough opening test against European bronze medallists Denmark. Plus highlights of the men's game against Italy, and action from the women's 15km biathlon. Live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK broadband only)
VIDEO Plus+ code (non-PDC)
Digital viewers can access four streams of live coverage (Stream 1 is as BBC2) from 8am - for timetable see overleaf


Unknown: Steve Cram.
Unknown: Kelly Clark
Unknown: Lesley McKenna

: Uncharted Territory

A Hampshire couple seek a holiday home on Romania's Black Sea coast. With Kristian Digby.


Unknown: Kristian Digby.

: Ready Steady Cook

Olympic medal hopefuls, ice dancers John and Sinead Kerr , team up with James Tanner and Gino D'Acampo. John and Sinead compete Friday 8.30pm.


Unknown: Sinead Kerr
Unknown: James Tanner
Unknown: Gino D'Acampo.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz. (Rms;

: Flog It!

Paul Martin visits Tresco Abbey while the experts seek auctionable antiques on the Isles of Scilly.


Unknown: Paul Martin

: MasterChef Goes Large

Six hopeful chefs are whittled down to three before the real test begins - a stint in the kitchen of London's top Thai restaurant The Mango Tree.
Director Lucy Davis ; Series producer Paolo Proto BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the March issue has an article on MasterChef Goes Large. On sale 8 February, price £2.95


Director: Lucy Davis

: Top of the Pops

The Winter Olympics resort of Sauze d'Oulx plays host to Sugababes, Craig David , the Darkness, Westlife, Kubb and Andrea Bocelli.
With Fearne Cotton, Colin Jackson and Sue Barker.
TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: now published monthly, price £


Presenter: Fearne Cotton
Presenter: Colin Jackson
Presenter: Sue Barker
Musicians: Sugababes
Singer: Craig David
Musicians: The Darkness
Musicians: Westlife
Musicians: Kubb
Singer: Andrea Bocelli
Producer: Sally Wood
Executive Producer: Mark Cooper

: Tales from the Palaces

7/10. The Heritage Theme Park. The Queen's Historic Royal Palaces are struggling to cover costs. How far should the managers go to attract more visitors? Will an ice rink and a historical pantomime challenge the dignity of the Palaces? Or could a ghost caught on CCTV be the answer? Robert Lindsay narrates.
Director/Producer Tim Green First shown on BBC4


Unknown: Robert Lindsay

: Winter Olympics

With Sue Barker in Turin and Clare Balding in Sestriere.
Live coverage from Palavela of the figure skating pairs short programmes. The Russians have dominated the event for 40 years, winning the last 11 Olympic gold medals, and Tatiana Totmianina and Maxim Marinin are expected to extend the country's winning streak tonight, having recovered impressively from a terrible skating accident in October 2004.
There's also news from the women's luge, the men's 500m speed skating final, men's curling and the women's ice hockey. Commentary by Barry Davies , Paul Dickenson , Colin Bryce and Brent Pope. Executive producer Jonathan Bramley ; Editor Dave Gordon Live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK broadband only)
Digital viewers can access four streams of live coverage (Stream lisas BBC2) from Sam - for timetable see below - plus a text service offering news, results, medals table and viewing planner


Unknown: Tatiana Totmianina
Unknown: Maxim Marinin
Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson
Commentary By: Colin Bryce
Commentary By: Brent Pope.
Producer: Jonathan Bramley
Editor: Dave Gordon

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Mighty Boosh

3/6; series two. Nanageddon. Attempting to impress a pair of goth girls, Howard and Vince inadvertently summon the most evil demon known to man.
Writers Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding; Director Paul King
Producer Spencer Millman First shown on BBC3


Unknown: Julian Barratt
Producer: Spencer Millman
Howard Moon: Julian Barratt
Vince Noir: Noel Fielding
Kodiak Jack: Rich Fulcher
Naboo: Michael Fielding
Bollo: Dave Brown
Saboo: Richard Ayoade
Goth girls: Sue Denim
Goth girls: Dee Gaitskell
Nanatoo: Margaret John
Old lady: Jeanne Mockford

: Kath & Kim

3/8. Sport. Kel designs a commemorative sausage for his and Kath's wedding, while Kim gets the chance to save the day for a friend's netball team.

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning

Zone wwwbbcco.uk/learningzone
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 The French Experience French course for beginners. With in-vision subtitles.

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