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: CBBC: Arthur

Simulcast on the CBBC channel 8.45-11.00am.

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

Robots go haywire.

: CBBC: SMart

A visit to the Manchester City Art Gallery.

: CBBC: BB3B

: CBBC: Level Up

The latest music releases, footy tips, Gamers karaoke and Kate's progress as a radio journalist.
Digital viewers can see Rate Your Mate, with Sam, Mark and Ayesha

: CBBC: The Stables: 7/10

Can the riders find ponies brave enough to play horseball?

: Thunderbirds: Sun Probe

A manned probe runs into trouble.

: Top Cat

TC falls for a nurse while visiting Benny in hospital.

: My Wife and Kids

Making the Grade. Junior forges his report card. G)

: The Munsters: Tin Can Man

Eddie needs a great science project to avoid expulsion from school. (BW)

: The Future Is Wild

Welcome to the Future. Visions of animals millions of years in the future.

: Euro Family Xchange

Ron causes chaos when he takes over as head waiter at a Michelinstarred restaurant.

: Glorious Goodwood

Clare Balding and Willie Carson present coverage from the opening day of the prestigious five-day race meeting.
This afternoon's feature race is the 3.15 Lennox Stakes , with other starts at 2.05, 2.40 and 3.50. Commentary by Jim Mcgrath , with reports from Rishi Persad. Director Steve Docherty
Editor Stephen Cook Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)

Contributors

Unknown: Willie Carson
Unknown: Lennox Stakes
Commentary By: Jim McGrath
Unknown: Rishi Persad.
Director: Steve Docherty
Editor: Stephen Cook

: Escape to the Country

Can a Yorkshireman and his
Greek wife agree on a new house in rural Oxfordshire?

: Ready Steady Cook

Chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn race against the kitchen clock - and each other. Recipes: Ceefax p560; www.bbc.co.uk/food

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Rankin
Unknown: Nick Nairn

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz.

: Eggheads

More brainy contestants attempt to outwit the team of general knowledge experts.

: Flog It!

Paul Martin uses the National Cycle Network to visit a wonder of the Victorian age, while experts David Barby and Adam Partridge identify auction-worthy items belonging to the denizens of Newport in Gwent. Series producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
(Revised repeat)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin
Unknown: David Barby
Unknown: Adam Partridge
Producer: Peter Smith
Producer: Tom Ware

: Top Gear

8/8. As part of Top Gear's end-of-term japery, Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May get behind the wheels of their very own vans, to answer some essential questions. Which is the hardest to steal, makes the worst noise and is best for outrunning the police? Maybe Hollywood hardman Ray Winstone - the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car - would know? Shown on Sunday at 8pm

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: James May
Unknown: Ray Winstone

: Fred Dibnah's World of Steam, Steel and Stone

4/12. Men of Steel. Fred expounds on the work of the great engineers of the Victorian age, whose achievements were founded on a belief in the importance of hard work and the spirit of enterprise. Director/Producer David Hall

Contributors

Producer: David Hall

: University Challenge: the Professionals

8/8. It's grand final time. So which of the four semi-finalists - the Bodleian Library, the Crime Writers,
Prospect magazine and the Royal Statistical Society - are battling for the coveted title? With Jeremy Paxman. University Challenge returns later in the year.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.
Director: Tracey Rooney
Producer: Irene Daniels

: Excuse My French

3/4. Esther Rantzen , Ron Atkinson and Marcus Brigstocke enter week three with all of them struggling. Ron has made little progress and his relationship with his teacher Christine has hit a new low. Meanwhile, Marcus's stand-up routine is failing to amuse the French, and Esther is becoming increasingly disenchanted too. This week, the trio are set to work as tour guides in the fashionable resort of St Tropez. But the temptations of the Riviera prove too much for the wayward students.
Series producer Madeleine Hall ; Executive producer Jamie Simpson www.bbc.co.uk/languaqes/french/excusemyfrench

Contributors

Unknown: Esther Rantzen
Unknown: Ron Atkinson
Unknown: Marcus Brigstocke
Producer: Madeleine Hall
Producer: Jamie Simpson

: Grumpy Old Holidays

3/4. More vacation woes for the grumpies as they recall the horror of attempting to erect a tent in the rain, the discomfort of trying to squeeze into a caravan and the predictability of the weather on a British seaside holiday. With, among others, Arthur Smith , Jenny Eclair , Nigel Slater , Sheila Hancock , Stuart Maconie , Rhona Cameron , Michael Winner ,
Arabella Weir , Linda Robson and Stephanie Beacham. Producer Judith Holder

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Smith
Unknown: Jenny Eclair
Unknown: Nigel Slater
Unknown: Sheila Hancock
Unknown: Stuart MacOnie
Unknown: Rhona Cameron
Unknown: Michael Winner
Unknown: Arabella Weir
Unknown: Linda Robson
Unknown: Stephanie Beacham.
Producer: Judith Holder

: Newsnight

Jeremy Paxman presents.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman

: Speak No Evil: the Story of the Broadcast Ban: BBC4 on BBC2

In 1988 Margaret Thatcher's Conservative government banned the voices of the Sinn Fein leadership from British television in an attempt to deprive it of the "oxygen of publicity". Time Shift investigates the - often surreal - impact of the ban as actors' voices replaced those of Sinn Fein leaders such as Gerry Adams.
Director/Producer Francis Welch

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Thatcher
Unknown: Gerry Adams
Producer: Francis Welch

: BBC News 24

(S - until lam)

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbcxo.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Razzledazzle A series of award-winning programmes supporting 3-5-year-old children's language skills with nursery rhymes, stories, songs and movement.








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