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: CBBC: Arthur

Simulcast on the CBBC channel 8.45-11.00am.
Double bill.

: CBBC: SMart

: CBBC: Level Up

Fashion expert Imogen has some top advice for looking good in class.
Digital viewers: press the red button for more interactive fun

: CBBC: The Stables

The riders prepare for a gymkhana.

: Thunderbirds: Brink of Disaster

A monorail train loses control and heads for a collapsed bridge.

: Top Cat

TC sets up a lovesick Choo Choo with starlet Lola Glamour.

: The Flying Gardener

Exploring the most wooded area in Britain.

: Working Lunch

Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell return with an irreverent look at the world of high and low finance, and Rob Pittam will be reporting from Nottingham.


Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Paddy O'Connell
Unknown: Rob Pittam

: Hands On Nature

Britain's woodlands and how to get close to badgers.

: The Four Musketeers

Richard Lester 's sequel to The Three Musketeers, starring
Oliver Reed , Faye Dunaway ,
Michael York and Raquel Welch. Newly-invested musketeer
D'Artagnan is joined by his three colleagues in another swashbuckling adventure as they once again go into battle against the devious Cardinal Richelieu and his evil accomplice, Milady de Winter. Review page 46.
(1974, PG)


Unknown: Richard Lester
Unknown: Oliver Reed
Unknown: Faye Dunaway
Unknown: Michael York
Unknown: Raquel Welch.
Unknown: Cardinal Richelieu

: SudoQ

Teams compete for the chance to win up to £10,000.

: Flog It!

Paul Martin strolls around some of the world's most famous colleges in Cambridge.


Unknown: Paul Martin

: Let Me Entertain You

Can amateur performers last three minutes on stage without being voted off?

: Weakest Link

Caustic quizzing.

: Animal Park

Safari park keepers embark on a dangerous mission with anti-poachers, before crossing paths with a lion. Plus a glimpse inside Lord Bath's colourful private apartment. And Kate and Ben make the lions work for their dinner, but one of the larger animals gets too close for comfort.

: The Queen's Castle

A year at Windsor, the world's largest inhabited castle. 2/3. Four Seasons. Among the activities and events is Easter Court, a period when all royal business is conducted from Windsor rather than Buckingham Palace. Plus a taste of the grandeur of Garter Day and the racing extravaganza of Royal Ascot. Narrated by Barbara Flynn.
Director Matt Reid ; Executive producers Martin Davison and Andy Goodsir


Unknown: Barbara Flynn.
Director: Matt Reid
Producers: Martin Davison
Producers: Andy Goodsir

: Home

4/8. Nina Campbell and Alison Clarke 's exploration of the world of interior design moves to the hallway. From grand entrances to tiny porches, from the splendour of Blenheim Palace to the relative modesty of a family farmhouse, the hallway is the place to make a good first impression. Featuring tips on how to make a modest hall magnificent, and a look at the latest trends in flooring. Plus how the outside loo came in from the cold.
Executive producer Gill Wilson ; Series editor Lyn Rowett
Repeated next Sunday Professor Alison Clarke describes her six icons of British domestic design in Homes & Antiques's September issue. On sale now, E3.30 Nina Campbell reveals her latest home purchases in Good Homes magazine's September issue. On sale now. £2.99


Unknown: Nina Campbell
Unknown: Alison Clarke
Producer: Gill Wilson
Editor: Lyn Rowett
Unknown: Professor Alison Clarke
Unknown: Nina Campbell

: Volcanos: Ten Things You Didn't Know

Explosions that dwarf atomic bombs, waves of hot turbulent gas that travel at the speed of sound, and rivers of hot molten rock that destroy everything in their path: volcanic eruptions can literally move mountains in minutes, and are among the most destructive and deadly events in nature. But as lain Stewart reveals, there is far more to volcanos than death and destruction - they are actually one of the keys to life on Earth.
Assistant producer Helen Britton : Executive producer Phil Dolling First shown on BBC4


Producer: Helen Britton
Producer: Phil Dolling

: Turn Back Time

4/6. Johnny Vegas reckons he has one regret every single second. Dara 0' Briain listens to the extensive list, which includes Vegas's tendency to steal as a youth. Featuring exclusive footage of Vegas in his first ever television appearance, and the realisation of a long lost ambition - to become a professional breakdancer. Series producer Victoria Payne
Executive producer Rebecca Papworth


Unknown: Johnny Vegas
Producer: Victoria Payne
Producer: Rebecca Papworth

: Newsnight

Analysis of the latest headlines at home and abroad, with Gavin Esler.


Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: Dragons' Den

4/8; series three. Tonight's innovative ideas include a foot massaging shower mat, a computerised DJ system, a yoga business aimed at children, and a fireproof spray for super-yachts. Will any of the budding entrepreneurs be able to persuade the Dragons to part with some cash? With Evan Davis.
Shown last Thursday


Unknown: Evan Davis.

: BBC News 24

(S - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone: Schools: Razzledazzle

[web address removed]
Repeats are not indicated.

A double bill of programmes supporting children's language skills by encouraging participation in nursery rhymes, stories, songs and movement (ages 3-5).

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

There are more than 5 million programme listings in Genome. This is a historical record of the planned output and the BBC services of any given time. It should be viewed in this context and with the understanding that it reflects the attitudes and standards of its time - not those of today.

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