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: CBBC: Level Up

This summer's must-have accessories, and aiding a gospel choir group.
Also on CBBC channel
[web address removed]
Digital viewers can access films about go-karting and robots via red button

: CBeebies: Underground Ernie

Mr Rails finds a golden ticket, which entitles him to a free holiday.

: CBeebies: CBeebies Springwatch

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

: Horizon

Death of the Iceman. A team of scientists piece together how a Stone Age man might have died, 5,300 years ago. The current series continues Thu at 9pm

: Hands on Nature

Chris Packham gets up close to some cormorant Chicks. (Revised rpt)

: The Daily Politics

Westminster update. <s)

: Trading Up

A woman who wants to return to the country is unable to sell her semi in Worcestershire.

: Working Lunch

Business update with Adam Shaw , plus Adrian Chiles follows a north
London couple who've relocated to Wyoming, USA. IS)

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Adrian Chiles

: Tennis

Live coverage from day three of the ATP men's tournament in west London, as players gear up for Wimbledon later this month.
This year sees Spanish star
Rafael Nadal visit the Queen's
Club for the first time as he tries to adapt his game to grass. The left-hander, who celebrated his
20th birthday earlier this month, is one of the best in the world on clay but slipped to a surprise defeat to unheralded Gilles Muller of Luxembourg at Wimbledon last year. Will the muscular high-flier cope better here?
Commentary by Chris Bailey ,
John Barrett , Andrew Castle ,
Jason Goodall , John Lloyd and Michael Stich. Sue Barker hosts www.bbc.co.uk/tennis
Digital viewers can join the action from midday via the red button

Contributors

Unknown: Rafael Nadal
Unknown: Gilles Muller
Commentary By: Chris Bailey
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Andrew Castle
Commentary By: Jason Goodall
Commentary By: John Lloyd
Commentary By: Michael Stich.

: Weakest Link

Caustic quizzing.

: Flog It!

Paul Martin visits Canterbury Cathedral to inspect the on-going restoration work. Meanwhile, a pair of scrimshaw whale teeth is among the items yielded at a valuation day in nearby Margate. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin

: The Urban Chef

8/10. As culinary whizzkid Ollie Rowe casts an eye over a mistrustful ostrich, the overworked staff are missing his presence. Later on, mentor and fellow restaurateur Sam Clark visits the building site - does he have the answers to Ollie's quandaries? Brian Turner 's spicy beef and asparagus salad: page 26

Contributors

Unknown: Ollie Rowe
Unknown: Sam Clark
Unknown: Brian Turner

: The Soweto Uprising

Thirty years after the dramatic events of 16 June 1976, this uncompromising film delivers an hour-by-hour account of the revolution that ignited the anti-apartheid struggle around the world, as a student demonstration by blacks ended in bloodshed. For the first time, white policemen reveal why they turned their guns on children whose courage paved the way to the eventual demise of South Africa's racialist regime.

Contributors

Producer: Kate Townsend
Executive Producer: Farah Durrani

: Springwatch with Bill Oddie

Bill and Kate anxiously await the fate of the young birds as they prepare to leave the safety of their nest boxes and enter the big wide world, while Simon King is near the end of his seal adventures in Shetland. Repeated at 7pm tomorrow on BBC4 and for the next 24 hours at www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch

Contributors

Unknown: Simon King

: The Convent

1/4. Four women eschew their workaday lives to embark on a spiritual journey in this follow-up to last year's engrossing fly-on-the-wall documentary The Monastery. For 40 days and 40 nights Angela, Debi, Iona and Victoria will share the daily routine of prayer, religious instruction and domestic chores at the Convent of the Poor Clares in Arundel, west Sussex, in a bid to see if the nuns' traditional, sacred values can help them tackle contemporary problems around relationships, aspirations and self-esteem. As early as day one there are tears, high emotions and revelations, in a place where silence is an integral part of life. Can they get through the first week?
The Calling: page 18

Contributors

Director: Sandi Scott
Series Producer: John Blake

: Room 101

Grumpy Old Women contributor, actress
Sheila Hancock , makes a case for men like David Beckham (current World Cup heroics notwithstanding), and, er, Sheila Hancock. Paul Merton decides which bêtes noires should be consigned to Orwellian oblivion.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne

Contributors

Unknown: Sheila Hancock
Unknown: David Beckham
Unknown: Sheila Hancock.
Unknown: Paul Merton
Director: Geraldine Dowd
Producer: Victoria Payne

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Communism and Football: BBC4 on BBC2

During the Communist era, many top footballers in Eastern Europe resisted attempts by the state to exploit their celebrity for political gain. The stakes could be high: in the Soviet Union, players who refused to be transferred to state-sponsored clubs were arrested on trumped-up charges. In this film, former players from the Soviet Union, Hungary and East Germany describe their experiences of playing the Beautiful Game under Communism's iron rule.
Director Sean Hughes ; Exec producer David Okuefuma

Contributors

Director: Sean Hughes
Producer: David Okuefuma

: BBC News 24

(S - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learmngzone
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Religious Education Taking Issue. How religious beliefs influence everyday situations and decisions.
Followed by The RE Collection Forgiveness
4.00 Special Needs - Go for It: Relationships








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