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Farms and jobs.

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: CBBC: Smile

More morning mayhem, including cartoon fun with Arthur, Jakers!, Trollz and Legend of the Dragon, plus Nev's jam-pie-throwing competition. With Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Neville the Bear.
[web address removed]


Presenter: Barney Harwood
Presenter: Kirsten O'Brien
Director: Richard Bradley
Producer: Toby Smith

: The Big Dig

4/10. It's the end of May and the early British summer serves up hailstones in Wales and drought conditions in London. How will the gardeners cope? With Simon Mayo. producer Jon Woods
Executive producer James Hunt


Unknown: Simon Mayo.
Producer: Jon Woods
Producer: James Hunt

: immune to Murder: aNero Wolfe Mystery

The portly PI is asked to cook his famous baked trout for an oil man and an ambassador. But a body in the trout stream means a murder case before dinner.

: Sunday Grandstand

With Sue Barker and Suzi Perry.
12.30 MotoGP Live coverage of round seven of the championship at Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, where current champion Valentino Rossi has ground to make up after recent problems with his Yamaha bike. Commentary comes from Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
Digital viewers can access extended interactive coverage until 2.30pm
2.00 Tennis The final of the ATP tournament at the Queen's Club. Will favourite Andy Roddick be back to defend his title - and make it an incredible four in a row? Commentary comes from John Lloyd and Andrew Castle.
3.30 Rowing Action from the World Cup in Poznan, Poland, where
Britain will be hoping to match the impressive haul of four gold and two bronze medals they achieved at the last meeting in Munich.
Commentary by Garry Herbert , Dan Topolski and Gillian Lindsay. Producer (motor sport) Belinda Rogerson Executive producer (tennis) Paul Davies www.bbc.co.uk/sport


Unknown: Suzi Perry.
Unknown: Valentino Rossi
Unknown: Steve Parrish.
Unknown: Andy Roddick
Unknown: John Lloyd
Unknown: Andrew Castle.
Commentary By: Garry Herbert
Commentary By: Dan Topolski
Commentary By: Gillian Lindsay.
Unknown: Belinda Rogerson
Unknown: Paul Davies

: Francesco'sItaly: Top to Toe

1/4. The Romantic North. A trip to see the home town of Romeo and Juliet, Leonardo da Vinci's
Last Supper, and the underwater statue of Christ at Portofino. The series continues at 9pm.
Shown last Sunday <S)

: Coast

10/12. Berwick to Robin Hood 's Bay. The violent past of Berwick-upon-Tweed, a visit to Bamburgh Castle, a project to rebuild a Stone Age settlement, and a thriving colony of grey seals. With Nicholas Crane. Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney


Unknown: Robin Hood
Unknown: Nicholas Crane.
Producer: Steve Evanson
Editor: Gill Tierney

: Top of the Pops

Chartbusting sounds and the UK number one.
Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Mark Cooper


Producer: Sally Wood
Producer: Mark Cooper

: How I Met Your Mother

The Duel. Lily returns home to find her flat has been turned into a Chinese restaurant. When she's forced to move in with Ted and Marshall, Barney convinces Ted his days there are numbered. Next episode tomorrow at 11.30pm on BBC3.
Shown last Monday on BBC3

: Natural World

A Boy among Polar Bears. A young Inuit boy learns the skills essential to survival in the hostile Arctic wilderness - building igloos, travelling by dog sled, hunting seals and narwhals, and avoiding polar bears. Series producer Paul Appleby ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher


Producer: Paul Appleby
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Deer in the City

A pair of roe deer that have made their home in a cemetery in the heart of urban Scotland. Producer Mark Flowers ; Series producer Wendy Darke


Producer: Mark Flowers
Producer: Wendy Darke

: Francesco's Italy: Top to Toe

2/4. A British Love Affair. Tuscany, Umbria and the Marche have traditionally been favourites with British visitors. Francesco da Mosto finds out why, making pasta with Tuscany resident Fanny Cradock , exploring Italy's treasure house of art in Florence with Dame Maggie Smith, relating the story of Britain's favourite Italian saint, and visiting the fantastical garden of the first English woman to live the "British dream". Producer Jonty Claypole ; Executive producer Basil Comely
Repeated on Thursday at 7pm


Unknown: Francesco Da Mosto
Unknown: Fanny Cradock
Producer: Jonty Claypole

: The Office

6/6; series two. Brent says goodbye to Wernham Hogg. Writers/Directors Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant
Producer Ash Atalla


Unknown: Wernham Hogg.
Directors: Ricky Gervais
Producer: Ash Atalla

: Funland

8/11. Time is running out fast for the mayor, who has Blackpool's dark forces on his tail.
11.00 9/11. Are a nervous Carter and Lola about to come face to face with the infamous Bridewell?
First shown on BBC3


Writer: Simon Ashdown
Writer: Jeremy Dyson
Producer: Sanne Wohlenberg
Director: Brian Kirk
Mercy Woolf: Judy Parfitt
Connie Woolf: Frances Barber
Shirley Woolf: Ian Puleston-Davies
Carter Krantz: Danny Mays
Onan Van Kneck: Roy Barraclouqh
Lola Sutton: Sarah Smart
Dudley Sutton: Kris Marshall
Leo Finch: Philip Jackson
Valerie Hinchcliffe: Cheryl Campbell
Bryan: Paul Courtenay Hyu
Bradley Stainer: Jason Watkins
Willy Woolf: Brian Hibbard
Ruby Woolf: Emily Aston
Liam Woolf: Kenny Doughty
Tim Timothy: Burn Gorman
Shadowman: Kevin Eldon
Chris Church: Ryan Pope

: Dead Ringers

6/6. Satirical impressions of politicians and celebrities. Shown last Monday

: Committed

Offbeat romantic comedy starring Heather Graham. When her husband walks out after nearly two years of marriage, Joline is determined to track him down and save their relationship. Review page 48.
Director Lisa Krueger (2000, 15)


Unknown: Heather Graham.
Director: Lisa Krueger

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkills: In the Community Repeats not indicated
2.00 Raising Funds 32513 3.00 Media Relations
Interviews and press releases. 96890 4.00 Enterprising Ideas 28967 5.00 Volunteering

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