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: CBBC: Batfink

: CBBC: Time Warp Trio

A fun day on Rapa Nui in 1765.

: CBBC: Roar

A keeper who grew up with a tiger is worried because she is ill.
Also on CBBC channel

: CBeebies: Underground Ernie

Sam and Dan cause mischief.

: CBeebies: Me Too!

The train's delayed as there's a cow on the line.


Writer: Penny Lloyd

: CBeebies: Gordon the Garden Gnome

Gordon swaps places.

: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

Then CBeebies Birthdays
Followed by Pingu

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
10.30 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11) Ancient Greece: Athens, School and Geography
10.50 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Weather, Place and People: Desert USA

: Cityscapes

A look at the politically charged architecture of Paris.

: The Daily PoliticsConference Special

The Labour Party Conference in Manchester, presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Continues at 2pm. BBC Parliament has coverage from 9am


Presented By: Andrew Neil
Presented By: Jenny Scott.

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
1.00 KSI Science Clips (ages 5-7) Double bill. 12856355 1.20
Science Clip Investigates (ages 5-7) plants and Animals in Local Environments

: Working Lunch

American investor Mark Mobius discusses where he thinks the share markets are going.


Unknown: Mark Mobius

: The Daily PoliticsConference Special

Tony Blair addresses the Labour Party conference. With analysis from Nick Robinson. BBC Parliament's live coverage continues until 5.30pm


Unknown: Nick Robinson.

: Flog It!

Muffin the Mule takes a starring role, and Basildon in Essex hosts the Show. (Revised rpt)

: Ready Steady Cook

Gino D'Acampo and James Tanner work their magic.


Unknown: Gino D'Acampo
Unknown: James Tanner

: Weakest Link

Caustic quizzing.

: Eggheads

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

: Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle

The team take their first steps on Kilimanjaro. Altitude acclimatisation is vital but two of the team defy expert advice and steam ahead of the rest of the group.

: Who Do You Think You Are?

3/8. Although born and bred in Wales, 110m hurdle world record holder Colin Jackson 's search for his roots leads to connections with the slave trade in Jamaica and ancestry in Scotland. A DNA discovery also gives him an idea where his competitive streak may have come from - but there's a bittersweet end to his journey. David Tennant traces his family tree tomorrow at 9pm on BBC1.
Shown last Wednesday on BBCI


Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: David Tennant

: Home

8/8. Nina Campbell and Alison Clarke explore the wonderful world of interior design; meeting design gurus, revealing trends, discussing how rooms have developed and delving into life inside British homes.
The final programme examines how people are creating rooms to fit lifestyles and indulge passions. These include a personal gym, a snooker and weapons room, and a shed that's become a cowboy ranch. Designer Sebastian Rogers creates a media room, with a swanky stereo and super-sized screen, for a millionaire client. Meanwhile, Tom Dixon hopes to break the record for the world's longest sofa.
Executive producer Gill Wilson : Series editor Lyn Rowett


Unknown: Nina Campbell
Unknown: Alison Clarke
Designer: Sebastian Rogers
Unknown: Tom Dixon
Producer: Gill Wilson
Editor: Lyn Rowett

: Stephen Fry: the Secret Life of the Manic Depressive

2/2. Richard Dreyfuss is among stars discussing why they owe their life and career to medication.
Stephen Fry also talks to the family of one girl who committed suicide rather than take the drugs. And he reveals in detail, for the first time, how mental illness overwhelmed him 11 years ago when he walked out of a West End play and attempted suicide. Since then, just like up to four million other sufferers in the UK, he has had to figure out ways of living with it. In a world where the medication is as feared as the illness itself, Fry talks openly about the path he chose and how he now questions it.
Director/Producer Ross Wilson Stephen Fry presents 01 on Friday at 10pm on BBC2


Unknown: Richard Dreyfuss
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Producer: Ross Wilson
Producer: Stephen Fry

: Kath & Kim

7/8. The Shower. The arrival of Kel's best friend
Sandy sends Kath into a girlie fluster. Meanwhile, Kim prepares for her baby shower. Concludes next Monday.
First shown on Living TV


Kath Day-Knight: Jane Turner
Kim Craig: Gina Riley
Sharon: Magda Szubanski
Kel Knight: Glenn Robbins
Brett: Peter Rowsthorn
Sandy Freckle: William McLnnes

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler. ra


Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: Dragons' Den

8/8; series three. The dragons get their teeth into a wallchart to help parents improve children's behaviour and a hi-tech system that keeps track of slot-machine takings. With Evan Davis. Dragon's
Den: Where Are They Now? is on Thursday at 8pm. Shown last Thursday


Unknown: Evan Davis.

: BBC News 24

(S - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 AS Guru Biology 1. Biological molecules, organs, systems and ecology.
4.00 AS Guru Biology 2. Cell biology, genetics and biotechnology.

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