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: CBBC: Level Up

An explanation as to why the Queen faces to the right on coins. Also on CBBC channel. (S)

: CBeebies: Underground Ernie

The trains welcome a star athlete.

: CBeebies: CBeebies Springwatch

Join Justin and Jelly as they explore the natural world.
Springwatch with Bill Oddie continues at 8pm

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Four episodes. 20514 11.30
Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Islam. Double bill.

: The Daily Politics

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

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Jenny Scott

: Working Lunch

Business news, introduced by Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Introduced By: Adam Shaw.

: Trading Up

Kristian Digby and Kevin Allan work their design magic on a 1930s semi in Manchester.

Contributors

Unknown: Kristian Digby
Unknown: Kevin Allan

: Garden Invaders

Clever planting, a pergola and a nifty water feature transform overgrown scrubland into an Oriental paradise.

: The Queen at 80

1/2 An intimate portrait of the monarch, illustrated with private archive material. Contributors include Tony Blair , John Major and David Starkey. Andrew Marr narrates. Continues tomorrow at 2pm. First shown on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Blair
Unknown: David Starkey.
Unknown: Andrew Marr

: Return to Tuscany

The cookery students enjoy a glimpse of old Tuscany before a nerve-racking test - a lavish dinner for VIP guests.

: The People's Museum

Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent compete with Isaac Newton and a steam locomotive. The final is tomorrow at 3.30pm. Series producer Stephen Taylor Woodrow ; Exec producer Richard Farmbrough

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Redgrave
Unknown: Matthew Pinsent
Unknown: Isaac Newton
Producer: Stephen Taylor Woodrow
Producer: Richard Farmbrough

: Ready Steady Cook

It's oven gloves off for Nick Nairn and Lesley Waters. Recipes: Ceefax p560; www.bbc.co.uk/food

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Nairn
Unknown: Lesley Waters.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz. (RXS)

: Flog It!

The show fetches up in Torquay, Devon, where Paul Martin takes care not to lose his marbles- and learns about their history, too. (Revised repeat)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin

: The Urban Chef

4/10. A river overflowing with crayfish gives a boost to Ollie Rowe 's exciting project: to open a restaurant supplied with produce sourced within the M25.

Contributors

Unknown: Ollie Rowe

: Comedy Doubles

6/6. The classic Fawlty Towers episode Gourmet Night and Allo! Allol's uproarious farce The
Poloceman Cometh are compared and contrasted. Narrated by Mark Benton. A new series is planned.
Executive producer Caroline Wright

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Benton.
Producer: Caroline Wright

: Springwatch with Bill Oddie

The marathon live wildlife event comes to the end of its second week. Will Bill Oddie 's irresistible badger cubs put in an appearance?
For news of Springwatch events, visit www.bbc.co.uk/ springwatch or call free on [number removed]. Repeated at 7pm tomorrow on BBC4 and for the next 24 hours at www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Oddie

: Horizon

DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
The Woman Who Thinks like a Cow. The incredible story of a reaHife Dr Dolittle - a woman who can read and understand animal behaviour like no-one else. Although Dr Temple Grandin is no mind-reader, the explanation she has for her astonishing ability is no less intriguing: she's convinced that her autistic brain allows her to experience the world as an animal does. Labelled mentally disabled at three years old, and only learning to speak aged five, she's now an associate professor of animal science. This documentary follows her remarkable journey to global acclaim.
Producer Emma Sutton ; Editor Andrew Cohen
The Inside Story: page 84

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Temple Grandin
Producer: Emma Sutton
Editor: Andrew Cohen

: What the Ancients Did for Us

Adam Hart-Davis tests extraordinary inventions from ancient Greece. Series producer Ian Potts

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Producer: Ian Potts

: Mastermind

The specialist subjects tonight are the history of the crossword, civic heraldry of the Russian Empire, the life and work of the Venerable Bede, and the history of London Zoo. John Humphrys has the questions. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Victoria Rove

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys
Director: Derek Hallworth
Producer: Victoria Rove

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: The Smoking Room

6/8; series two. Quitters. In a cynical bid to boost productivity, Sharon stages a stop-smoking seminar.
Writer Brian Dooley ; Director Gareth Carrivick ; Producer Pete Thornton First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/smokingroom

Contributors

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

: Dragons' Den

How will the would-be investors react to a facelift kit, a high-performance car, a new concept in golfing, and an innovative solution to wobbly tables?
Director Martyn Smith ; Producer John Hesling

Contributors

Director: Martyn Smith
Producer: John Hesling

: BBC News 24

(S - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone

[web address removed]

Schools
(Repeats are not indicated)

2.00 Science: Science in Action: Energy across the Curriculum
Real-life examples are used to illustrate forms of energy.

4.00 Science: The Human Body
From conception to ageing, a look at the amazing processes that take place within our bodies.








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