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: CBBC: Level Up

A young harpist guests.
Also on the CBBC channel.
Digital viewers can watch how Mark, Sam and Ayesha rate their best friends

: CBeebies: Pingu

Double bill.

: CBeebies: Ethelbert the Tiger

How rain can be useful.

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Meqamaths (ages 7-9) Double bill.

: Horizon

T Rex - Warrior or Wimp? Was the fearsome dinosaur really a lumbering beast? (5) Another investigation tomorrow 10.40am

: The Daily Politics

Westminster news with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Jenny Scott.

: Working Lunch

Business issues with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Presenter: Adam Shaw

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
1.00 KS2 Science Clips (ages 7-9) Triple bill.
Followed by The Witness <R)

: Beautiful but Dangerous

Comedy drama starring Robert Mitchum. Wealthy Corby Lane repays a debt to the people of Progress, Arkansas, but her generosity has unexpected consequences. Review page 57. Director Lloyd Bacon (1954. U)
(BW) Robert Mitchum stars in His Kind of Woman on Thursday at 1.05pm

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mitchum.
Unknown: Corby Lane
Director: Lloyd Bacon
Unknown: Robert Mitchum

: Return to Tuscany

Equipment needs buying and recipes need perfecting.

: The People's Museum

The merits of a memento of a forgotten Second World War hero, a cooking pot with a lasting legacy, a musical wonder and a childhood favourite are debated. Voting details on Monday. Series producer Stephen Taylor Woodrow Editor Stephanie Hunter

Contributors

Producer: Stephen Taylor Woodrow
Editor: Stephanie Hunter

: Ready Steady Cook

James Tanner and Paul Rankin battle it out. Recipes: Ceefax p560; www.bbc.co.uk/food

Contributors

Unknown: James Tanner
Unknown: Paul Rankin

: Weakest Link

Caustic quizzing.

: Eggheads

A fresh batch of brainy upstarts challenges the team of general knowledge goliaths.

: Great British Menu

Tom Lewis learns the art of scallop diving in Oban for his west coast scallops, quinoa and smoked haddock kedgeree, while Nick Nairn goes on a fishing trip for his seared home-smoked salmon with an apple and watercress salad. RT DIRECT: for a whole host of cookware offers and ideas, visit www.blueshoots.com/rtdirect

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Lewis
Unknown: Nick Nairn

: The Apprentice: the Final

12/12. It's the big one as both finalists must stage "a drop dead brilliant show" at one of London's greatest venues - Tower Bridge. Expect fireworks as well, as some familiar faces return to "help out". Producers James Bainbridge , Sanjay Singhal and Martyn Smith
Editor Daniel Adamson (Revised repeat) Alan Sugar does some more firing on Room 101 tomorrow at 10pm

Contributors

Producers: James Bainbridge
Producers: Sanjay Singhal
Producers: Martyn Smith
Editor: Daniel Adamson

: Save Lullingstone Castle

6/6. 1 Never Promised You a Rose Garden. The construction of the garden is finally completed and a brave Tom hosts members of the local and national press at an open day. But when the creditors arrive to survey their investment, the business targets they set prove extremely strict. A second series is planned. Director Ant Palmer ; Executive producer Richard Klein

Contributors

Director: Ant Palmer
Producer: Richard Klein

: It's Not Easy Being Green

7/7. With power from the water wheel and wind turbine, food from the garden and heat from the solar tubes, a composting loo is the last piece in the family's self-sufficient jigsaw. But will anyone actually use it? Producer Jonny Young ; Series producer Lynn Barlow RT DIRECT: the accompanying hardback book is E16.99 incl p&p
(UK delivery only). To order, call [number removed] quoting RT (landline calls cost max 8p per min) or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com

Contributors

Producer: Jonny Young
Producer: Lynn Barlow

: Dan Cruickshank's Marvels of theModern Age

2/4. Rebuilding Britain. Almost bankrupted by fighting a world war and clinging on to its diminishing sense of Empire, Britain in the 1920s found comfort in its sense of history rather than in embracing modernity. While Paris celebrated Art Deco, Britain would mount the Empire Exhibition, looking back to its past. But, as Dan Cruickshank discovers, the tyranny spreading across Europe found young architects fleeing the terror of fascism to find a home in London, shaking Britain from its cosy nostalgia in the process.
Producer Kate Misrahi ; Exec producer Basil Comely Living with Modernism follows on BBC4 at 10pm

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Cruickshank
Producer: Kate Misrahi

: Little Angels

6/8. The Isherwood Family. Adam and Teresa Isherwood think their six-year-old son [text removed] is already behaving like a stroppy teenager, answering back and telling them he doesn't care. Can clinical psychologist Dr Tanya Byron convince the pair that they are missing the real root of the problem? Producer Nicola Cook ; Series producer Sue Davidson
First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: Teresa Isherwood
Unknown: Dr Tanya Byron
Producer: Nicola Cook

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Paxman

: Tales from Spain: BBC4 on BBC2

In Barcelona, Kirsty Wark meets Carlos Ruiz Zafon , author of The Shadow of the Wind, while Simon Davies explores the less well- known region of Galicia. Tales from Greece is tomorrow at 11.20pm.
Director Barry Egan ; Series producer Elspeth O'Hare

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark
Unknown: Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Unknown: Simon Davies
Director: Barry Egan
Producer: Elspeth O'Hare

: BBC News 24

(s - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Modern World History 16340 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Modern British History








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