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: CBBC: Batfink

Double bill.

: CBBC: Arthur

Double bill.

: CBBC: The Fairly Odd Parents

Timmy wants to take revenge on thieving Francis. (R) (S)

: CBBC: The Pod: 8/8

The programme-picking machine makes its last trip of the summer. What show will be broadcast?
Also on CBBC channel

Contributors

Producer: Rob Hyde
Series producer: Moray London

: CBBC: Sportsround

Jake Humphrey and co have sports news and chat.
Also on CBBC channel

Contributors

Presenter: Jake Humphrey

: The Sky at Night

Project scientist Bernard Foing talks to Patrick Moore about the Smart-1 lunar probe. Shown last
Sunday on BBC1

Contributors

Talks: Bernard Foing
Unknown: Patrick Moore

: Talking Movies

Featuring interviews with Adrien Brody and Ben Affleck , stars of Holly woodland.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrien Brody
Unknown: Ben Affleck

: Coast

Cleaning Blackpool
Tower. (Revised rpt)

: Star Trek

Miri. The crew discover a society devoid of adults, but filled with wild children. (RMS)

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

The Big Goodbye. Picard is trapped in 20th-century San Francisco with a murder charge hanging over him. (RMS)

: Barry Lyndon

Stanley Kubrick 's opulent period drama starring Ryan O'Neal . Ireland in the mid-18th century: after killing an English officer in a duel, likeable rogue Barry Lyndon manages to escape and embarks on a series of adventures. Review page 49. (1975, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Kubrick
Unknown: Ryan O'Neal
Unknown: Barry Lyndon
Barry Lyndon: Ryan O'Neal
Lady Lyndon: Marisa Berenson
The Chevalier: Patrick Magee
Captain Potzdorf: Hardy Kruger
Lord Ludd: Steven Berkoff
Nora: Gay Hamilton
Captain Quin: Leonard Rossiter
Captain Grogan: Godfrey Quigley
Lord: Bullingdon Leonvitali

: Home

5/8. From formal dining to impromptu gatherings, a look at spaces for entertaining.
Shown last Tuesday

: Flog It!

David Barby and Michael Baggott evaluate items at an antiques auction in north Wales, while Paul Martin tries his hand at fly fishing and sheep dog handling. Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware

Contributors

Unknown: David Barby
Unknown: Michael Baggott
Unknown: Paul Martin
Producer: Peter Smith
Producer: Tom Ware

: Last Night of the Proms

Live at London's Royal Albert Hall , Alan Titchmarsh introduces the final concert in the Proms season. In Shostakovich's centenary year, a Russian theme is reflected as baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky and violinist Viktoria Mullova perform works by Borodin, Rubinstein and Prokofiev. The BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Mark Elder , also performs works by Shostakovich, Verdi, Wagner and Colin Matthews.
During the interval, beginning at 8.50, there will be highlights from Proms in the Park in London, Manchester, Swansea, Glasgow and Belfast.
Continues on BBC1 at 9.15pm. The concert is also live on BBC Radio 3 and at www.bbc.co.uk/proms. Director Jonathan Haswell ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane
(HD) Watch again via www.bbc.co.uk/bbctwo, available until 16 September Last Night of the Proms on Four from Belfast is on BBC4 at 7.45pm
Digital viewers can access notes on the music and footage from the five Proms in the Park. rreeview only gives access to the Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park Proms but cable and satellite viewers can also switch between Manchester, Swansea and Glasgow

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Introduces: Alan Titchmarsh
Baritone: Dmitri Hvorostovsky
Conducted By: Mark Elder
Conducted By: Colin Matthews.
Director: Jonathan Haswell
Editor: Oliver MacFarlane
Unknown: Albert Hall

: The Story of Light Entertainment

8/8. Variety. Before the television age, the music halls and vaudeville theatres may have placed singers and comedians at the top of the bill, but it was the magicians, ventriloquists, tumblers, jugglers, acrobats and dance acts that had audiences enthralled. Initially, the small screen embraced this kind of entertainment, with stars such as magician David Nixon commanding large audiences, but by the mid-1980s, almost all of these skills had disappeared from our screens. The 21st century, however, has seen a variety revival, albeit in a modernised format, and a new generation of talent shows and magicians such as David Blaine have given the genre a new lift. Featuring interviews with Paul Daniels , Simon Cowell , Bruce Forsyth and Jimmy Tarbuck.
Producer Andy Humphries : Editor Anna Gien Moment of the Week: page 59

Contributors

Unknown: David Nixon
Unknown: David Blaine
Unknown: Paul Daniels
Unknown: Simon Cowell
Unknown: Bruce Forsyth
Unknown: Jimmy Tarbuck.
Producer: Andy Humphries
Editor: Anna Gien

: Funny Women

Actress Prunella Scales is best known for her role as the domineering Sybil Fawlty in Fawlty Towers. But she has also excelled in Outside Edge, After Henry and Mapp & Lucia. Prunella's husband
Timothy West , son Samuel West , John Cleese and Richard Briers , all pay tribute to her talents.
Producer Louis Heaton ; Editor Ben Frow

Contributors

Unknown: Prunella Scales
Unknown: Sybil Fawlty
Unknown: Timothy West
Unknown: Samuel West
Unknown: John Cleese
Unknown: Richard Briers
Producer: Louis Heaton
Editor: Ben Frow

: Father Dear Father

Cosy comedy based on the 1960s TV series. Thriller writer Patrick Glover 's two teenage daughters cause him an awful lot of aggravation with their parties and their boyfriends. He decides that the only solution is for him to re-marry. Review page 49.
Director William G Stewart (1972, U)

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Glover
Director: William G Stewart
Patrick Glover: Patrick Carqill
Anna: Natasha Pyne
Karen: Ann Holloway
Mrs Stoppard: Beryl Reid
Philip: Donald Sinden
Richard: Richard O'Sullivan

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Cell City Inter-City 92590 2.30 Snapshots Space Forester 9216316 2.45 Truth Will Out The Natural Limit of Our Lives is "Three Score Years and Ten'" 5652213 3.00 The Liberation of Algebra
3.30 Experiments and Energy 98279 4.00 Return of the Flying Death 8379855 4.50 Ever
Wondered? (5) 91849855 5.00 The Next Big Thing
Defying Death 75768 5.30 Maiden Flights








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