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: CBeebies: Charlie and Lola

The school guinea pig goes missing while supposedly in Lola's care.

: CBeebies: Boogie Beebies

Pete and Nat visit the park.

: CBeebies: Tweenies

Max goes to a carnival and joins in the fun.

: CBeebies: Something Special

Life on a farm.

: CBBC: Roar

The keepers try to find out if a gorilla is pregnant.

: CBBC: Arthur

Double bill. The gang capture a snake and Muffy tries to find a new best friend. (R) (S)

: CBBC: Zombie Hotel

Maggot declares that she is too old to believe in the Bogeyman.

: CBBC: Only in America

Fearne and Reggie arrive in New York to celebrate the Fourth of July.

: CBBC: The Fairly Odd Parents

Timmy plays a round of golf with a fun-loving pixie.

: CBBC: Even Stevens

Louis learns Ren has been singing karaoke instead of doing an internship.
Followed by Raven (Revised rpt)

: Thunderbirds: Ricochet

A manned space station is endangered when it gets in the way of a rocket launch.

: Small Town Gardens

Leading designers revamp compact spaces. (Revised repeat)

: The Daily Politics

Parliamentary proceedings are interspersed with discussions, interviews and filmed reports from around the country. Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.


Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Jenny Scott

: Working Lunch

Adam Shaw and Graeme Le Saux present business news.


Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Graeme Le Saux

: Snooker

Hazel Irvine is joined by Steve Davis and John Parrott for live coverage of the final day of round-robin matches in the Grand Prix at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, where the line-up for the second round will be decided. Reigning champion John Higgins will expect to progress through today as he takes on fellow Scot Alan
McManus, while Northern Ireland Trophy winner Ding Junhui will be confident of overcoming qualifier Mark Allen.
From 11.45am, digital viewers can select live uninterrupted coverage from two tables
Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)


Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: John Higgins
Unknown: Scot Alan
Unknown: Ding Junhui
Unknown: Mark Allen.

: Weakest Link

Cut-throat quiz show. (5)

: Eggheads

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

: Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two

Claudia Winkleman delivers the latest behind-the-scenes gossip and receives masterclasses in the foxtrot and paso doble from head judge Len Goodman. (5)


Unknown: Claudia Winkleman
Unknown: Len Goodman.

: Snooker

Live coverage from Aberdeen where the final round-robin group matches are being played. Will tonight's results determine who makes it to the last 16?
Introduced by Ray Stubbs and John Parrott. (5)
From n.45am digital viewers can access live uninterrupted coverage from two tables. All coverage is live at www.bbcco.uk/sport (UK only)


Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Introduced By: John Parrott.

: Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife.

Homes and Gardens. A repeat from series two. It's early spring and Bill stakes out some Devon gardens to spy on fallow deer, search for bats and witness the amazing poppadom-eating badger.
Producer Victoria Webb ; Series producer Hugh Pearson


Producer: Victoria Webb
Producer: Hugh Pearson

: Digging Deep

2/8. "Horticultural therapists" Amanda Brooks and Andre Smith are in Wiltshire to transform the cottage garden of Sophie and Martin Langley Chappell. Six years ago, Sophie lost an unborn child. She subsequently suffered four miscarriages. During this terrible time, she worked frenetically in the garden to distract herself from her grief and it now acts as a reminder of those painful years. Can Andre and Amanda remove these negative associations and help Sophie to move on? Director Zazie Mackintosh ; Series producer Claire Hobday Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: p32; Bearded iris offer: p36


Unknown: Amanda Brooks
Unknown: Andre Smith
Unknown: Martin Langley Chappell.
Director: Zazie MacKintosh
Producer: Claire Hobday
Producer: Alan Titchmarsh

: Horizon

4/8. Human v2.0. Are we on the verge of creating a new type of human? By 2029, scientists are predicting, computers' intelligence will be equal to that of the human brain. For some this will herald incredible possibilities - such as the ability to download our minds to computers, extending our lives indefinitely - for others, it means the destruction of the human race through the rise of ultra-intelligent machines. Both sides agree, though, that this moment is inevitable. Producer James van der Pool ; Series editor Andrew Cohen


Producer: James van Der Pool
Editor: Andrew Cohen

: This World

4/6. Baghdad: a Doctor's Story. Film shot by an Iraqi doctor reveals the terrible conditions at a civilian ER in the country's capital. Al Yarmouk Hospital is in the most dangerous area of Baghdad. Sectarian violence is tearing it apart. As the bomb victims come flooding in, ambulance crews rush from one dangerous mission to another Wherever they go, the doctor is there. Talking on camera is dangerous and in the constant stream of news reports from Iraq the voice of ordinary people has been lost. Here they speak directly, providing a harrowing insight into the horror of everyday life in Baghdad.
Producer Ben Summers ; Series producer Louise Norman


Producer: Ben Summers
Producer: Louise Norman

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Snooker

Ray Stubbs introduces highlights from the concluding group round-robin matches.


Introduces: Ray Stubbs

: Snooker Extra

Hazel Irvine presents action from day four of the Grand Prix in Aberdeen.

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Seven Journeys in the American West The pioneers' quest for land and gold, and their involvement with the Native Americans. Then The Arab/Israeli Conflict The history of the Middle East situation. 55699
4.00 Black Peoples of the Americas How Africans came to the Americas. Then The World Since 1945 Apartheid in South Africa.

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