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: Breakfast

With Mishal Husain , Bill Turnbull. NewsWatch is at 7.45.

Contributors

Unknown: Mishal Husain
Unknown: Bill Turnbull.

: CBBC: Dick & Dom in da Bungalow

Highlights from the series.
Also shown on the CBBC channel

Contributors

Presenters: Dick & Dom
Director: Simon Hepworth
Series producer: Steve Ryde

: CBBC: Top of the Pops Reloaded

Music courtesy of Beverley Knight, Ne-Yo, Sugababes, Kelly Clarkson and Eurovision hopeful Daz Sampson.
Rotd tomorrow 6pm on CBBC
Digital viewers can choose a different musical line-up using the red button

Contributors

Singer: Beverley Knight
Singer: Ne-Yo
Girl group: Sugababes
Singer: Kelly Clarkson Singer: Daz Sampson

: Switch

5/5. Nina's evidence could prove pivotal in Adam's court case, as the drama featuring deaf actors concludes. With in-vision subtitles.
Writer/Producer David Horbury ; Director Louis Neethling Repeated on Monday at
12.20am www.bbc.co.uk/switch

Contributors

Producer: David Horbury
Director: Louis Neethling
Adam: Matthew Gurney
Nina: Paula Garfield
Eileen: Patsy Palmer
Jamil: Umesh Valjee
Claire: Diana Martin
Karen: Liz Banks

: The Sky at Night

How to find Saturn.

: Commonwealth Games

With Sue Barker and Clare Balding.
12.50 News Round-up Key stories.
1.15 Gymnastics The men's all-around competition takes place.
1.45 Boxing Preliminary action.
2.15 Wekjhtliftinq Men's 69kg class.
2.30 Basketball/Badminton/
Squash/Table Tennis England's basketballers face New Zealand, the quarter-finals of the sguash singles, plus the badminton and table tennis team events. <S) Live online at www.bbcco.uk^port (UK only) Digital viewers can access four extra streams (two on Fneeview) of coverage
- see www.radiotimes.com/commonwealth for timetable - plus a text service

: Animal Park

Risky operations for two tigers. Series producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke Another episode Thursday 3.05pm BBC1

Contributors

Producer: Chris Powell
Producer: Annette Clarke

: Final Score

Results round-up.

: Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em

Frank begins psychotherapy.
Writer Raymond Allen

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Allen

: Flog It!

Presenter Paul Martin and experts Charlie Ross and Andrew Cheney discover antiques and collectables suitable for auction in Liverpool.

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Martin
Unknown: Charlie Ross
Unknown: Andrew Cheney

: Planet Earth

2/11. Mountains. Witness the birth of a mountain and venture into the heart of a volcano; descend into the icy core of a glacier in the Alps and emerge in Pakistan, at the snout of the largest glacier on Earth; and witness a giant panda nursing her baby in China. Producer Vanessa Berlowitz Shown last Sunday BBC1

Contributors

Producer: Vanessa Berlowitz

: Games Today

Clare Balding introduces action from Saturday's competition. Who garnered the nine medals up for grabs in the pool? And how did English hopefuls Victoria Pendleton and Beth Tweddle fare in their cycling and gymnastics disciplines? Plus a look ahead to the men's and women's marathons, as well as the first track events of the Games.
Live online at [Web Address Removed]
0 Digital viewers can access four extra streams (two on Freeview)
- see [Web Address Removed] commonwealth for timetable - plus a text service of news, results, a medals table and a viewing planner
The Inside Story: page 60

Contributors

Presenter: Clare Balding

: Winning Gold in 2012: a Horizon Special

This revealing documentary investigates how the former East Germany and latterly Australia have used science to achieve sporting success. The London Olympics may seem a long way off, but this programme encounters the British children who are already in training for this event. Is science the key to producing the successful Olympians of the future? Series editor Andrew Cohen

Contributors

Editor: Andrew Cohen

: Commonwealth Games

Introduced by Hazel Irvine.
Athletics The first track events of the games.
10.30 Women's marathon and 100m round one. The marathon field is wide open, though African nations are expected to dominate. In the 100m, champion Debbie Ferguson is out, but Jamaican Olympic silver medallist Veronica Campbell is one to watch.
11.15 Men's marathon. Wales's Jon Brown, who finished fourth at the 2004 Olympics, will hope to hold off the strong African nations contingent.
11.25 Men's 100m T12 round one. Visually impaired sprinters get off the blocks.
Michael Johnson and Colin Jackson offer their expert opinion in the studio. Live online at [web address removed] (UK only)
0 Digital viewers can access four extra streams (two on Freeview)
- see [web address removed] for timetable - plus a text service of news, results, a medals table and a viewing planner

Contributors

Introduced By: Hazel Irvine.
Unknown: Debbie Ferguson
Unknown: Veronica Campbell
Unknown: Jon Brown
Unknown: Michael Johnson
Unknown: Colin Jackson

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

1/7. Guest host Jonathan Ross joins Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus as the pop quiz returns. Guests are Alan Carr , Fiona Phillips , Teddy from the Mitchell Brothers, and McFly's Tom Fletcher. Shown last Monday
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Ross
Unknown: Bill Bailey
Unknown: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Alan Carr
Unknown: Fiona Phillips
Unknown: Tom Fletcher.

: Sign Zone

Signed programmes.
Life on Mars A Man Utd football fan is murdered as a local derby game approaches.

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 The Next Big Thing Is There Anyone out
There? 25839 2.30 Race for the Pole
2.45 What Have the 60s Ever Done for Us?
4611074 3.00 Unearthing the Woodwide Web
3.30 Life on a Thread 24628 4.00 Galapagos
Research in the Field 81161 4.30 Ever Wondered? 92600 5.00 Norfolk Broads Conservation v
Commercialism 46987 5.30 Landscape Mysteries The Riddle of the Yorkshire Tracks








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