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: CBBC: Batfink

: CBBC: Level Up

Investigating the pet habits of dinosaurs, what you get up to in the morning before school and what happens when Michael tries to make it as a football commentator during the World Cup.
Also on the CBBC channel
[web address removed]
Digital viewers can access two films via the red button on their handsets

: CBeebies: Toddworld

Todd and his pals learn to appreciate their new friend who's from a different area.

: CBeebies: Bits and Bobs

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Shown yesterday at 8pm

: The Daily Politics

The political update hosted by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Jenny Scott
Director: Anna Rasmussen
Director: Claire Bellis
Editor: Jamie Donald

: Wimbledon 2006

Live coverage of the day that traditionally features the quarter-finals of the ladies' singles. History is on the side of the top-ranked players as no unseeded entrant has ever won the women's tournament.
Presented by Sue Barker.
(HD - live Centre and Number One
Court coverage only) Coverage on Radio Five Live from 12.30pm - Digital viewers can select action from up to five other courts, plus a range of extra features, by pressing the red button. Additional services also available at www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Barker.

: CBBC: ChuckleVision

Paul and Barry fly out to judge a music festival.

Contributors

Writer: Julian Dutton

: CBBC: Maya and Miguel

Chrissy's family are moving to Hong Kong, but she doesn't want to go.

: CBBC: Bamzooki

Double bill of the game show with CGI critters.

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

There's an unexpected announcement. (Revised repeat)

Contributors

Writer: Gary Lawson
Writer: John Phelps

: CBBC: Blue Peter

The journey in Egypt continues as Matt and Zoe encounter camels and go hot air ballooning with local farmers.

: CBBC: Newsround

: Hands On Nature

Janet Sumner goes in search of fossils on Dorset's coastline.
(Revised repeat)

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Sumner

: Wimbledon 2006

All the latest news and action from the grass courts of the All England Club, on a day where the men's quarter-finals take pride of place.
This time last year, surprise quarter-finalist
Feliciano Lopez was crushed by former champion Lleyton Hewitt , 7-5, 6-4, 7-6. The grass-loving Spaniard entered the match in the best form of his life, having knocked out top-ten seeds Mario Ancic and Marat Safin , but the Australian beat the big-serving player at his own game. Meanwhile Sweden's Thomas Johansson booked his place in the semi-finals for the first time with a straight-sets victory over Argentinian David Nalbandian in a rain-interrupted match. Finally, Andy Roddick took almost three hours to overcome a brave fightback from Frenchman Sebastien Grosjean to reach his third successive Wimbledon semi-final 3-6,6-2.6-1,3-6,6-3. He would remain on course for a repeat of 2004's final against Roger Federer.
(HD - live Centre and Number One Court coverage only)
Digital viewers can select action from up to five extra courts, plus a range of extra features, by pressing the red button on their handset. Freeview viewers can access two additional courts, as well as the latest news, scores and results. Live commentary from BBC Radio Five Live from 12.30pm, Radio Five Live Extra from
12.55pm and for news and scores, and three-minute video highlights packages at the end of play, visit www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon

Contributors

Unknown: Feliciano Lopez
Unknown: Lleyton Hewitt
Unknown: Mario Ancic
Unknown: Marat Safin
Unknown: Thomas Johansson
Unknown: David Nalbandian
Unknown: Andy Roddick
Unknown: Sebastien Grosjean
Unknown: Roger Federer.

: Today at Wimbedon

John Inverdale rounds up the action from day nine. Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am

: The Convent

4/4. For nearly six weeks the nuns have had to put up with the self-centred behaviour of their guests, who habitually bemoaned the rigour of religious discipline. Tonight, it's time for a showdown, Poor Clares-style. As their internment draws to a close, what have the four modern women learned from a life of prayer and contemplation? They may not have wanted to get to know God, but do they know themselves any better? Victoria and Angela explore the boundaries of convent life, while Debi faces a huge final hurdle. Meanwhile lona, the only volunteer who came with faith, confesses she has had to confront her toughest challenge. Strong language. Director Sandi Scott ; Series producer John Blake

Contributors

Director: Sandi Scott
Producer: John Blake

: Room 101

"Charmless" muggers and London's unlovely
Tottenham Court Road are among comedian and writer Jenny Eclair 's pet hates. But will she convince host Paul Merton to condemn them to obscurity?
Director Geraldine Dowd : Producer Victoria Payne

Contributors

Unknown: Jenny Eclair
Unknown: Paul Merton
Director: Geraldine Dowd
Producer: Victoria Payne

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Mary Renault: Love and War in Ancient Greece: BBC4 on BBC2

Mary Renault brought the world of Plato, Theseus and Socrates to a new generation, just as conventional study of the classics reached a nadir of irrelevance in the 1950s. Without her, we might have lost touch with the roots of our civilization. How did she do it? With contributions from film director Oliver Stone, TV historian Bettany Hughes and broadcaster Sue MacGregor, a personal friend of Renault's.
Director/Producer Robert Dawson Scott

Contributors

Director: Oliver Stone
Unknown: Bettany Hughes
Unknown: Sue MacGregor
Producer: Robert Dawson Scott

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbcco.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 History - American Voices A History of America 1917-41 A chronicle through the eyes of different characters of the era. 69167 4.00 History - Black Peoples of the Americas An evocative investigation into why and how people of African origin came to live in the Americas.








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