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: CBBC: Smile

More morning mayhem, including Arthur, Trollz, BB3B and What's New Scooby-Doo? Hosted by Barney Harwood, Rochelle Wiseman, Kirsten O'Brien and Neville the Bear.
Digital viewers can go behind scenes and access extra footage of guests

Contributors

Presenter: Barney Harwood
Presenter: Rochelle Wiseman
Presenter: Kirsten O'Brien
Producer: Ben Brewster
Producer: Caroline Coleman

: Sunday Style

Nicki Chapman finds out it the grass is always greener on the other side. Politician Clare Short swaps the corridors of Parliament for the classroom and singer Emma Bunton seeks eastern promise in Bollywood.
Series producer Veronica Butt

Contributors

Unknown: Nicki Chapman
Unknown: Clare Short
Singer: Emma Bunton
Producer: Veronica Butt

: The Flying Gardener

Rose gardens in Herts.

: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Entertaining sci-fi adventure starring Walter Pidgeon and Joan Fontaine. With the Earth threatened by a blazing radiation belt, the inventor of a new nuclear submarine must make a difficult decision if the world is to be saved. Review paqe 49. Director Irwin Allen (1961, U)

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Pidgeon
Unknown: Joan Fontaine
Director: Irwin Allen

: International Velvet

Sequel to the drama National Velvet, starring Tatum O'Neal ,
Christopher Plummer and Anthony Hopkins. Young orphan Sarah is is sent from America to England to live with her aunt
Velvet, and sets out to buy the last foal sired by Pi, the horse which Velvet once rode in the Grand National. Review paqe 49. Director Bryan Forbes (1978, PG)
(SXW) Anthony Hopkins in the RT interview: page 16: DVD offers: p19

Contributors

Unknown: Tatum O'Neal
Unknown: Christopher Plummer
Unknown: Anthony Hopkins.
Director: Bryan Forbes
Unknown: Anthony Hopkins

: Flog It!

Basildon, in Essex, reveals an unusual piece of Victoriana not for the squeamish.

: Animal Park

Evelyn the baby giraffe is fighting for her life.

: Bill Oddie Goes Wild in Cape Town

Bill visits South Africa and finds a friendly hyrax, penguins, great white sharks and southern right whales.

: Natural World

Bonobo - Missing in Action. The least known of the great apes is shy and peace-loving, traits that mirror man's gentler side. Their forest home, though, in the Democratic Republic of Congo is overrun by war, and scientists fear they could soon be extinct. Dr Frances White makes an emotional return to see if the bonobos she once studied have survived. Fergal Keane narrates. Last in series, which is scheduled to return this autumn. Producer Steve Greenwood ; Series editor Tim Martin
Shown last Wednesday

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Frances White
Unknown: Fergal Keane
Producer: Steve Greenwood
Editor: Tim Martin

: Crufts

Time for that one last brush as the canine contest climaxes with the Best in Show being chosen tonight at the Birmingham NEC. The winner from the gundog group will complete the final line-up. Meanwhile, competitors from around the globe battle it out for the obedience world cup and the agility competitions end in a breathtaking finale. Plus, viewers decide the Kennel Club's Friends for Life winner. On Monday's Blue Peter , the show winner will be in the studio
For an hour after the end of the programme, there's expert analysis from Frank Kane and Jessica Holm on what the judges are looking for in the canine competitors. Hosted by Matt Baker

Contributors

Unknown: Blue Peter
Unknown: Frank Kane
Unknown: Jessica Holm
Unknown: Matt Baker

: Best of Top Gear

A look back at some of the best ever bits of the programme gleaned from past series with Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May.
Series producer Gary Broadhurst ; Executive producer Andy Wilman www.bbc.co.uk/topgear Top Gear magazine: £3.85 monthly. New issue on sale now

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: James May.
Producer: Gary Broadhurst
Producer: Andy Wilman

: Petrolheads

5/6. Ricky Tomlinson and James Martin talk head gaskets, oil changes and go-faster stripes with team captains Richard Hammond and Chris Barrie in the comedy motoring quiz. Games include a blindfolded parking challenge (aka demolition derby). Host Neil Morrissey tries to keep a lid on the carnage.
Director John L Spencer : Producer Brian Klein Stars in Fast Cars is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Ricky Tomlinson
Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: Chris Barrie
Director: John L Spencer
Producer: Brian Klein

: Match of the Day 2

Highlights of today's fixtures, including Arsenal hosting Liverpool less than a month after suffering a last-gasp 1-0 defeat in the reverse fixture at
Anfield. Manchester United will be inspired by eight wins in nine meetings when they face Newcastle at Old Trafford. And how will Middlesbrough fare in their long trip south to Charlton? With Adrian Chiles. Producer Ian Finch : Editor Mark Demuth

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles.
Producer: Ian Finch
Editor: Mark Demuth

: American Dad!

Threat Levels. Stan's wife gets a job (or hobby, as Stan likes to call it) as an estate agent. But his ego takes a battering when he discovers that she's making more money than him.

: Family Guy

Stuck Together, Tom Apart. Peter is jealous when Lois renews her friendship with an old male friend from school. Brian and Stewie, meanwhile, get into a sticky situation with industrial-strength glue.
First shown on Sky One

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Apart.

: Athletics

Highlights from the final day at the world indoor championships in Moscow. One of Britain's main hopes was 400m runner Daniel Caines who, following injury, is returning to the form that saw him claim the world indoor title in 2001. Coverage of the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne begins on Wednesday morning with the opening ceremony at 9am on BBCI

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Caines

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/iearningzone
WorkSkills: Get Reading, Get Writing Rpts not indicated.
2.00 Why? Literacy skills in work and play.
3.00 Reading Skills 37329 4.00 Ask the Authors 89226 5.00 Getting Published








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