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: CBeebies

6.00 Me Too!

6.20 Bob the Builder

6.30 Big Cook Little Cook
A pilot visits the cafe.

6.50 Bob's Mini Projects


7.00 Batfink Double bill.

7.10 Astro Boy

7.30 Dennis the Menace
Dennis gets a haircut.

7.55 BB3B
(R) (S)

8.15 Legend of the Dragon
Ang's palm-com is stolen.

8.40 What's New Scooby-Doo?
Video game nasties.

9.00 TMi
With guests Dani Harmer, and Matt Di Angelo and Kellie Shirley - aka EastEnders' Deano and Carly. Plus The Fairly Odd Parents, The Secret Show and Prank Patrol. Also on CBBC channel
[web address removed]

11.45 Sportsround


Guest (TMi): Dani Harmer
Guest (TMi): Matt Di Angelo
Guest (TMi): Kellie Shirley
Director (TMi): Nick Harris
Series producer (TMi): Jamie Rea

: See Hear

The question of wearing veils covering faces is viewed from a deaf Muslim perspective. Plus part two of a feature on deaf teachers. With voiceover.
Repeated on Tuesday at 1.55am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear

: Small Town Gardens

A tiny courtyard gets a new look. (Revised repeat)

: Film 2006 withJonathan Ross

Will Ferrell talks about his role in the new film Stranger than Fiction. Shown last Monday on BBCI


Talks: Will Ferrell

: Star Trek

Arena. Kirk is manipulated into a duel.

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

The Outrageous Okona. War is imminent if a cargo ship captain is not handed over.
3.05 Loud as a Whisper. A deaf mediator in an interplanetary conflict suddenly loses his ability to communicate.

: Monk

Mr Monk and Little Monk. A former classmate has her house broken into and housekeeper murdered. Discover www.radiotimes.com/monk


Unknown: Mr Monk

: Flog It!

A tour of the illuminations brightens up a visit to Blackpool. Series producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
5.30-5.40 PM What the Papers Say
Jackie Ashley of the Guardian with the week's main stories.


Producer: Peter Smith
Producer: Tom Ware
Unknown: Jackie Ashley

: Planet Earth

4/6. Shallow Seas. A humpback whale and her calf journey to the great feeding ground in the icy polar seas. Plus pygmy seahorses and sea snakes, bull fur seals attacking king penguins and rampaging starfish. Shown last Sunday on BBC1 Repeated tomorrow at 7pm on BBC4 and with signing on Wednesday at 1.45am on BBC1

: The Culture Show

10/12. The quest to find Britain's greatest living icon is down to the final three. Ricky Gervais 's radio producer and comic foil, Karl Pilkington , talks about the new animations of the exceedingly popular podcasts he produces with Ricky and Stephen Merchant.
Controversial writer and theatre director
Mark Ravenhill explains why he is trying his hand at panto, and there's anthemic dance music from Faithless.
Series producer Marcus Herbert ; Executive producer
Edward Morgan www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow Pilkington class: page 77


Unknown: Ricky Gervais
Talks: Karl Pilkington
Unknown: Stephen Merchant.
Director: Mark Ravenhill
Producer: Marcus Herbert
Producer: Edward Morgan

: Q1

10/12. With guests Graeme Garden , Johnny Vaughan and Phill Jupitus. Next edition is on Friday at 10pm. Shown last night


Unknown: Graeme Garden
Unknown: Johnny Vaughan
Unknown: Phill Jupitus.


10/12. Archive hits by Ozzy Osbourne , Adam Ant. the Carpenters, Britney Spears and Take That. Plus new performances by the Fratellis and Nelly Furtado. Producer Mark Hagen


Unknown: Ozzy Osbourne
Unknown: Adam Ant.
Unknown: Nelly Furtado.
Producer: Mark Hagen

: Coast

6/8. Newcastle to Hull. Neil Oliver explores the ancient coastal home of the Venerable Bede, while
Dick Strawbridge discovers how Middlesbrough's iconic Transporter Bridge put the town on the map. Alice Roberts finds out where North Sea gas first came ashore, and the secrets of Whitby jet.
Shown last Thursday and repeated on Wednesday Get a free map accompanying the series by calling [number removed](calls charged at a maximum of 8p per minute)


Unknown: Neil Oliver
Unknown: Dick Strawbridge
Unknown: Alice Roberts

: Into the West

5/6. Casualties of War. The Lakota's most sacred land is threatened when gold is discovered in the Black Hills. Chief Sitting Bull refuses to grant mining rights for the government, leading to a brutal confrontation at the Battle of Little Big Horn.
Hot Custer: page 77


Unknown: Black Hills.
Robert Wheeler: Warren Kole
Thunder Heart Woman (older): Sheila Tousey
Jacob Wheeler Jr: Tyler Christopher
Clara Wheeler: Rachael Leigh Cook
Running Fox (older): Russell Means
Douglas Hillman: Judge Reinhold
Capt Pratt: Keith Carradine
General Custer: Jonathan Scarfe
Margaret Light Shines (older): Irene Bedard
Jacob Wheeler (older): John Terry
Sitting Bull: Eric Schweig
Dog Star (older): Gil Birmingham

: Test Cricket: the Ashes

The second day of the Second Test from Adelaide. Day three highlights are tomorrow at 10.45pm.
Digital viewers can access further highlights from day two of the Second Test from 10pm to 12 midnight via the red button, and from midnight to 7.30am they can access live commentary of the third day's play from Five Live Sports Extra, plus detailed statistics

: Ash Wednesday

Tough New York-set crime drama directed by and starring Edward Burns , with Elijah Wood.
Francis Sullivan has to protect his fugitive younger brother, who has come out of hiding to be reunited with his wife. Review page 61. (2002, 18)


Unknown: Edward Burns
Unknown: Elijah Wood.
Unknown: Francis Sullivan

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

General I nterest Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Blast A dance special, the London School of Fashion, young animators' work, and a horror half-hour.

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