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: CBBC: Level Up

Can Blessing impress the head chef at one of Britain's top restaurants? Plus, the Gamers redecorate their bedrooms and there's a chance to find out how even novices can play golf.
Also on CBBC channel
Digital viewers can relive the highs, and lows, of the May editions of the show


Series Producer: Pete Davis
Executive Producer: Annette Williams

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Bamaby Bean Dublin 6498903 10.45 Something
Special (ages 4-7) Music
6493458 11.00 Razzledazzle (ages 4-5) Mrs Mickle 5857800 11.20 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) France - The Alps: Tradition and Tounsm 3132800 11.30 English
Express (ages 9-TI) Own Coal

: The Daily Politics

Westminster updates, with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott
[web address removed]

Andrew Neil hosts This Week 11.35pm BBC1


Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Jenny Scott

: Working Lunch

Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.


Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: People's Museum

A great explorer a grand painting, a famous ship and a story of wartime romance - which will become an exhibit at the museum? Voting details on Monday.
Producer Stephen Tayior Woodrow ; Exec producer Richard Farmbrough


Producer: Stephen Tayior Woodrow
Producer: Richard Farmbrough

: Golf

Introduced by Gary Lineker.
Live coverage from Wentworth of the first round of the prestigious PGA Championship. Last year's winner, Argentine Angel Cabrera, returns to the remodelled West Course aiming to become only the third player to successfully defend the title. Cabrera arrives in good form. Last month he matched his best-ever US Masters finish - eighth - earning an automatic return to Augusta in 2007. Also this afternoon,
Clare Balding presents three races from Goodwood, the 2.10, 2.40 and 3.15. Executive producers (golf) Paul Davies and Barbara Slater ; Editor (racing)
Stephen Cook


Introduced By: Gary Lineker.
Unknown: Clare Balding
Unknown: Paul Davies
Unknown: Barbara Slater
Unknown: Stephen Cook

: Eggheads

Will the quiz veterans meet their match?

: Great British Menu

Atul Kochhar and Gary Rhodes - the Michelin-starred chefs competing to represent the South East - reach the dessert course. Atul seeks out the world's best chocolate for his passion fruit bhapa doi with dark chocolate mousse, while Gary's in search of the finest apples for his Kentish apple mousse with toasted honey syrup apples. <s)


Unknown: Atul Kochhar
Unknown: Gary Rhodes

: Comedy Doubles

4/6. Classic Fawlty Towers episode The Germans and 'Allo! 'Allots The Exploding Bedpan are compared and contrasted. Narrated by Mark Benton. Executive producer Caroline Wright


Unknown: Mark Benton.
Producer: Caroline Wright

: RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Alan Titchmarsh focuses on the relationship between people and plants - can gardens that claim to aid relaxation help stressed-out football manager Ian Holloway ? Plus, a report from South Africa, one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world, and the winner of Britain's Favourite Flower. Visit www.bbc.co.uk/chelsea for detailed photography, audio and video, a video diary, podcasts and a competition, plus details of how to vote for your favourite flower and show garden
Digital viewers can watch three extra streams via the red button, including a tour of four show gardens, Carol Klein 's encounters with exhibitors and another chance to see tonight's programme


Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: Ian Holloway
Unknown: Carol Klein

: Mastermind

Another eclectic mix of specialist subjects includes the history of metal mining in Britain, Kettle's Yard and its artists, the life and films of Lindsay Anderson and the Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis. With John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth; Producer Victoria Roye


Presenter: John Humphrys
Director: Derek Hallworth
Producer: Victoria Roye

: Natural World

The Eagle Has Landed. Bringing ospreys, red kites and sea eagles back from the brink of extinction is arguably the UK's greatest wildlife success-story.
Such is the triumph that, after over 100 years' absence, these birds of prey may be poised to reclaim the skies above southern England. Narrated by Bill Oddie.
Producer Fergus Beeley ; Editor Michael Gunton


Unknown: Bill Oddie.
Producer: Fergus Beeley
Editor: Michael Gunton

: Reports from the Frontline of Global Warming

A ski instructor, a mountain rescuer, some geologists and the daughter of an explorer are among the eyewitnesses to the very real effects of global warming, as the Climate Chaos season continues. IS)

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.


Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: The Smoking Room

4/8; series two. Smashed. There's been a break-in overnight and the smoking room's been vandalised. As the smokers set about trying to identify the culprit, Robin's black eye doesn't help his cause.
Writer Brian Dooley ; Director Gareth Carrivick : Producer Pete Thornton First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/smokingroom


Unknown: Brian Dooley
Director: Gareth Carrivick
Producer: Pete Thornton
Robin: Robert Webb
Annie: Debbie Chazen
Sally: Nadine Marshall
Clint: Fraser Ayres
Len: Leslie Schofield
Lilian: Paula Wilcox
Janet: Selina Griffiths
Barry: Jeremy Swift
Sharon: Slobhan Redmond
Heidi: Emma Kennedy

: Dragons' Den

How will the would-be investors react to disposable cardboard furniture, a scientific breakthrough, a new clothing range, and a blow-dry bar?
Director Martyn Smith : Producer John Hesling


Director: Martyn Smith
Producer: John Hesling

: BBC News 24

(S - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats are not indicated
2.00 Expressive Arts Mad about Music. Series one of the lively introduction to the world of music. Followed by Blast. 49355 4.00 Expressive Arts Mad about Music. Series two. Followed by Blast.

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