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: CBBC: Looney Tunes

Meadows the butler is charged with looking after the pampered Pussy.

: CBBC: Level Up

Top tips for growing vegetables, and a visit to the Queen's garden at Buckingham Palace.
Also on CBBC channel
Digital viewers can find out how to join in with the show via the red button

: CBeebies: LazyTown

Ziggy takes a trip into space.

: CBeebies: Doodle Do Making Moments

Egg boxes become animals.

: CBeebies: Underground Ernie

Victoria worries about the future.

: CBeebies: Bob the Builder: Project Build It!

Dizzy turns to problem solving.

: CBeebies: Boogie Beebies

Get swinging with Pete Hillier, Nataylia Roni and a lot of monkeys.

Contributors

Presenter: Pete Hillier
Presenter: Nataylia Roni

: CBeebies: Tweenies

The chums make a picture of the black sky.

: Schools programmes

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

: The Daily Politics

Political updates.
[web address removed]

: Working Lunch

Adrian Chiles compares a supermarket shop in Wyoming, USA, with a trip to Tesco's in Watford.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles

: Tennis

Live quarter-final action in this year's women's international grass-court championship at
Eastbourne. Former world No 1 Kim Clijsters will be hoping to defend the title she won last year. introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary from
David Mercer , Virginia Wade and Sam Smith.

Contributors

Unknown: Kim Clijsters
Introduced By: Sue Barker
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Virginia Wade
Unknown: Sam Smith.

: Sun, Sea and Bargain Spotting

Bargain spotters descend on the stunning French town of Pernes to scoop up prize antiques from flea markets to sell at a profit.
Series producer Alex Reed ; Series editor Richard Farmbrough

Contributors

Producer: Alex Reed
Editor: Richard Farmbrough

: Royal Ascot

Ladies' Day continues with Ascot Gold Cup at 3.50. Plus starts at
3.10,4.25 and 4.55.

: Weakest Link

'Elimination quiz. (RXS)

: Flog It!

Nestling under the beautiful spire of Salisbury
Cathedral is the city where presenter Paul Martin joins experts David Barby and Jethro Maries to find items to take to auction.

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Martin
Unknown: David Barby
Unknown: Jethro Maries

: 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". See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 9pm and repeated next Sunday

Contributors

Unknown: Fanny Cradock
Unknown: Dame Maggie Smith

: Summer Exhibition

3/3. The paintings and prints are hung at the Royal Academy of Art's summer exhibition. Today, the sculptors fight it out for floor and wall space. From Damian Hirst 's controversial take on the Little
Dancer by Degas (pregnant and partially skinned) to classic bronze figurines, nothing escapes the judges' scrutiny. Keen amateur artist Vic Reeves and fellow artists reveal the most popular exhibit as voted for by viewers, and collector Alvin Hall is sure there's something for everyone.See Tuesday's choice.
www.bbc.co.uk/summerexhibition

Contributors

Unknown: Damian Hirst
Artist: Vic Reeves
Unknown: Alvin Hall

: Horizon

Bye Bye Planet Pluto. In a tragic end to a short life, the smallest and youngest planet, Pluto, could soon be relegated to the status of a mere asteroid. Some have scorned it for years and the discovery of a potential tenth planet in our backyard could be the final nail in its coffin. Horizon asks just how many planets there are in our solar system - and discovers that nine is the wrong answer.
Producer Nicola Cook ; Editor Andrew Cohen

Contributors

Producer: Nicola Cook
Editor: Andrew Cohen

: What the Ancients Did for Us

The advanced stone houses of Skara Brae in Orkney, and the high point of ancient British technology - the chariot.
Series producer Ian Potts

Contributors

Producer: Ian Potts

: Mastermind

The American Revolution 1775-1783 and the lives and careers of Sir Richard Goodwin Keats , Bette Davis , and Douglas Adams are tackled. With John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Karina Brennan

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Richard Goodwin Keats
Unknown: Bette Davis
Unknown: Douglas Adams
Unknown: John Humphrys.
Director: Derek Hallworth
Producer: Karina Brennan

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark. (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: The Smoking Room

8/8; series two. Significant Others. The group drink champagne to mark Janet accepting new boyfriend Noel's marriage proposal. But Robin expresses reservations. With strong language.
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
Annie: Debbie Chazen
Robin: Robert Webb
Barry: Jeremy Swift
Sally: Nadine Marshall
Lilian: Paula Wilcox
Len: Leslie Schofield
Clint: Fraser Ayres
Janet: Selina Griffiths
Heidi: Emma Kennedy
Sharon: Siobhan Redmond

: Dragons' Den

A way of ensuring plants don't die when left at holiday time, a high-end glossy magazine, and a laser-guided spirit level. But will the millionaires be impressed?
Director Martyn Smith ; Producer John Hesling

Contributors

Director: Martyn Smith
Producer: John Hesling

: BBC News 24

(S - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbcco.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated
2.00 PSHE: Lifeschool Sex Education. For older teenagers 58651 4.00 PSHE: Lifeschool Drug Education/Crime and Punishment








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