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: CBeebies: Me Too!

(R) (S)

: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

Ben dresses as a clown.

6.50 Bob's Mini Projects (R) (S)

: CBBC: Batfink

Double bill.

: CBBC: Smile

Featuring Arthur, Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks, Yvon of the Yukon and WITCH. (S)

: Something for theWeekend

8/10. With Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton.
Series producer Myles Jenkins Good Food Magazine's December issue has recipes from Simon Rimmer. Out now E2.95.


Unknown: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Amanda Hamilton.
Producer: Myles Jenkins
Unknown: Simon Rimmer.

: Malcolm in the Middle

Malcolm Holds His Tongue Reese ventures out with his girlfriend. (5)
11.50 Boys at Ranch. Hal and the boys visit Francis and Piama at the ranch.

: Animal Park

Jolly the giraffe goes into labour. (Revised repeat)

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by John Inverdale.
1.05 Trampolining Action from
Birmingham of the World Cup final. Can the British athletes emulate their gold-medal haul from the European championships?
1.35 Rugby Union Highlights from Twickenham of yesterday's England v South Africa fixture.
2.30 Live Rugby Union Ireland v Pacific Islands
The Irish conclude their autumn internationals with a clash against the combined forces of Fiji, Samoa and Tonga (kick-off
2.45). The Triple Crown winners are playing their last match at Lansdowne Road before the stadium gets a makeover. Will today's visitors spoil the party? VIDEO Plus+ code for 2.30-4.40pm
4.40 Rugby League Coverage of the Tri-Nations final, from
Aussie Stadium in Sydney. Dave Woods presents, with Ray French leading the commentary team. Producer Richard Carr
Editor Michael Cole
5.30 Storm Geese An exploration of the migration of geese to the Scottish island of Islay.


Presented By: John Inverdale.
Producer: Richard Carr
Editor: Michael Cole

: Shark Therapy

2/2. Tanya Streeter faces her phobia and dives with a man-eater in the Bahamas.


Unknown: Tanya Streeter

: Natural World

The Bear Man of Kamchatka. Are grizzly bears really that dangerous? Canadian naturalist Charlie Russell , who has raised cubs on Russia's Kamchatka peninsula, doesn't think so, and he believes our unreasonable fear of the animals is driving them into extinction.
Producers Jeff Turner and Sue Turner: Series editor Tim Martin www.bbc.co.uk/nature


Unknown: Charlie Russell
Producers: Jeff Turner
Editor: Tim Martin

: Strictly Come Dancing

Highlights of last night's shows, with the remaining couples laying their rhythmic reputations on the line by adding another dance to their ever-growing repertoires. Hosted by Tess Daly and Bruce Forsyth. Revised repeat from last night on BBC1


Unknown: Tess Daly
Unknown: Bruce Forsyth.

: The Accidental Angler

3/4. Brazil. Charles Rangeley-Wilson ventures into the Amazonian rainforest in search of the mighty peacock bass, a formidable freshwater fish that is known to smash fly rods and challenge the hardiest of anglers. After storms of biblical proportions force him to reassess his plans, he is taken to meet the Coboclos people, who are said to know where the elusive creatures live. Can he succeed in catching one that will help to feed the village?
Director/Producer John Miller


Producer: John Miller

: The Catherine Tate Show

5/6; series three. Guest Paul O'Grady cops an earful from Nan as she appears on his teatime chat show. Brian Murphy and Neil Stuke co-star.
Shown last Thursday Rptd on Tuesday at 9.30pm on BBC3


Unknown: Paul O'Grady
Unknown: Brian Murphy
Unknown: Neil Stuke

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

5/12. Torchwood's John Barrowman guests on the show, joining Bill Bailey , comedian Robin Ince and Phill Jupitus. Presented by Simon Amstell.
Shown last Thursday Torchwood continues at 10pm on BBC3


Unknown: John Barrowman
Unknown: Bill Bailey
Unknown: Robin Ince
Unknown: Phill Jupitus.
Presented By: Simon Amstell.

: Match of the Day 2

The top two in the Premiership - Manchester United and Chelsea - come together at Old Trafford in what promises to be one of the games of the season so far. Plus action from Newcastle v Portsmouth and Tottenham v Wigan. Presented by Adrian Chiles.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth There's more Premiership action in Match of the Day on Wednesday at 11.40pm on BBC1


Presented By: Adrian Chiles.
Producer: Ian Finch
Editor: Mark Demuth

: Test Cricket: the Ashes

A review of the action at the Gabba in Brisbane after the fourth day of the First Test between Australia and England. Highlights of the final day's play are tomorrow at 11.10pm. Manish Bhasin hosts. (5)
Digital viewers can access further highlights from day four of the First Test from 10pm to 12 midnight by pressing the red button, and from midnight to 7.30am they can access live commentary of the final day's play from Five Live Sport Extra, plus detailed statistics


Unknown: Manish Bhasin

: American Dad!

Roger 'n Me. Roger steps in to become a new sidekick for Stan, who is shunned by his so-called best buddy at a bachelor party. <s)
12.10 AM Helping Hands. Stan puts Steve on steroids to make him part of the in-crowd, but he gets more attention than he bargained for. (5)

: Initiation

Adventure drama starring
Bruno Lawrence. Teenager Danny travels from the US to visit his father Nat on his Australian homestead, but conflict arises when Danny discovers Nat runs drugs in order to make ends meet. Review page 54. Director Michael Pearce (1987, 15)


Unknown: Bruno Lawrence.
Director: Michael Pearce

: BBC Learning Zone

WorkSkills in Engineering Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Guide 60756 3.00 Building
Bridges 35195 4.00 Bionic Buildings. 50992 5.00 Design Matters The world's tallest paper tower. (5)

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