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: CBBC: Level Up

Animal expert Peter is in the studio to talk about attracting wildlife to your garden.
Also on CBBC channel
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: CBeebies: Underground Ernie

Mr Rails gets a surprise party.

: CBeebies: CBeebies Springwatch

Reports from the team.
Springwatch with Bill Oddie continues at 8pm

: Horizon

King Solomon's Tablet of Stone An archaeological detective story. A stone tablet found in Israel could hold the clue to a mystery with shattering implications. producers Lara Acaster and Sean Smith

Contributors

Producers: Lara Acaster
Producers: Sean Smith

: Hands on Nature

Whale-watching off the Scottish coast near Mull.

: The Daily Politics

Westminster update. (5)

: Trading Up

A trip to Castle Bromwich in the Midlands to give a three-bedroom semi the designer boost it needs.

: Working Lunch

Daily business update, presented by Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Presented By: Adrian Chiles
Presented By: Adam Shaw.

: Sun, Sea and Bargain Spotting

The picturesque French town of Biot is scoured for some bargains from the flea markets.

Contributors

Presenter: Chris Gower

: Return to Tuscany

18/20. Giancarlo attempts his most ambitious dish yet and the students are called upon to help save the grape harvest.

: The People's Museum

A little-known Hogarth portrait. an early carnival icon, a vital marine invention and long-lost tales from wartime refugees vie for entry. With Paul Martin. See Monday for voting details. (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin.

: Ready Steady Cook

Paul Rankin and James Martin vie for audience affection with some speedy cooking. Ainsley
Harriott referees.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Rankin
Unknown: James Martin

: Weakest Link

Caustic quizzing.

: Flog It!

A laughing policeman is among an unusual selection of items presented at Lincoln's Drill Hall to experts David Barby and Elizabeth Talbot.
Meanwhile, Paul Martin gets to learn the secrets of the Melton Mowbray pork pie. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: David Barby
Unknown: Elizabeth Talbot.
Unknown: Paul Martin
Unknown: Melton Mowbray

: The Urban Chef

3/10. Restaurateur Ollie Rowe makes his radio debut, inviting London listeners to help him find the freshest local food. (sj

Contributors

Unknown: Ollie Rowe

: The Happiness Formula

6/6. Technology now promises happiness at the flick of a switch, but have we all just ended up working more in order to pay for the latest gadgets? Mark Easton goes in search of the elusive recipe for happiness and finds that schools in America have now put being happy on the curriculum. Series producer Mike Rudin
Executive producer Fiona Stourton

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Easton
Producer: Mike Rudin
Producer: Fiona Stourton

: TOTP2 - World Cup Special

Half an hour of some of the best - and worst - football records ever made, as charted by Steve Wright. Includes David Baddiel and Frank Skinner belting out Three Lions, rarely seen footage from 1966 as Lonnie Donegan sings World Cup Willie, plus David Walliams and Matt Lucas joining Fat Les and 1970s anthem Back Home.
Producer Mark Hagen Your World Cup guide: centre pages

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Wright.
Unknown: David Baddiel
Unknown: Frank Skinner
Unknown: Lonnie Donegan
Unknown: David Walliams
Unknown: Matt Lucas
Producer: Mark Hagen

: Springwatch with Bill Oddie

At the halfway point in the UK's biggest ever wildlife event, the fortunes of the animals are still poised on a knife-edge. Bill Oddie , Kate Humble and Simon King continue with live events from Devon, Shetland and other sites around the UK.
Repeated at 7pm tomorrow on BBC4 and for the next 24 hours at www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Oddie
Unknown: Kate Humble
Unknown: Simon King

: The Monastery Revisited

A chance to catch up with the five men who, searching for meaning in their lives, last year accepted the challenge of the Benedictine monks of Worth
Abbey to live according to the monks' rules for 40 days and nights. What radical changes, if any, have they made since leaving? As Tony, Gary, Anthoney, Peter and Nicholas head back to the monastery for a weekend of reflection, the monks talk about sharing the Benedictine way of life with five strangers and the positive response they had from viewers.
Director Gabe Solomon ; Series producer John Blake Habit of a lifetime: page 12

Contributors

Director: Gabe Solomon
Producer: John Blake

: Room 101

Gyles Brandreth makes a case for the Royal Variety Performance, the House of Commons, dates, medals and raffles to be banished. Host Paul Merton
casts the deciding vote.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne

Contributors

Unknown: Gyles Brandreth
Unknown: Paul Merton
Director: Geraldine Dowd
Producer: Victoria Payne

: Newsnight

With Emily Maitlis. (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Emily Maitlis.

: Underground Britain

Snoopers. Working in the competitive world of the tabloid press, Paul McMullan and Ron Sutton are always on the lookout for their next scoop. But what right do they have to delve into the private lives of their targets and where are they prepared to draw the line? Director Nick Godwin ; Exec producer Edmund Couthard

Contributors

Unknown: Paul McMullan
Unknown: Ron Sutton
Director: Nick Godwin
Producer: Edmund Couthard

: BBC News 24

(s - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/ieamingzone
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Science: Science in Action Physical Processes Real-life situations demonstrating science in an inspiring way 12205 4.00 Science: Science in Action Light, Sound and Measurement. Six programmes showing science in use in everyday life.








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