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: CBeebies: Tweenies

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

The chefs want a pet.

: CBBC: Batfink

: CBBC: BB3B

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

Mystery-solving capers.

: CBBC: TMi

Games and famous guests from Leicester Square. Plus cartoon fun with The Secret Show, Prank Patrol and Fairly Odd Parents.

Contributors

Director: Nick Harris
Series Producer: Jamie Rea

: See Hear

2/2. Ramon Woolfe 's Nicaraguan journey continues with a look at how the new sign language developed. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 125am on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Ramon Woolfe

: Coast

A trip along the shores of Ulster. (Revised rpt)

: Film 2007 with Jonathan Ross

The word on Sylvester Stallone's return to the ring in Rocky Balboa.
Shown last Monday on BBC1

Contributors

Presenter: Jonathan Ross

: Churchill's Bodyguard

Winston's Double. The Prime Minister's double is killed.
Narrated by Robert Powell.
First shown on UK History

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Powell.

: Monk

Mr Monk Bumps His Head
A knock to the head robs Monk of his memory.

: Raise the Titanic *

. Adventure starring
Jason Robards and Richard Jordan.
An intelligence unit from the US Navy attempts to salvage the Titanic from its watery grave and retrieve supplies of a rare mineral that sank with it. Review page 45. Director Jerry Jameson (1980. PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Jason Robards
Unknown: Richard Jordan.
Director: Jerry Jameson

: Snooker

Live coverage of the concluding frames of the first Masters semi-final at Wembley Arena. Also online at www.bbcco.uk/sport (UK only) Digital viewers can watch uninterrupted live coverage from 2pm until end of play

Contributors

Unknown: Wembley Arena.

: What the Papers Say

The week's main stories.

: TOTP2

Archive performances by acts including
Manfred Mann , Shania Twain , Telly Savalas, Kelly Marie , King, Man 2 Man and Dexys Midnight Runners. Plus new music from Regina Specktor. Steve Wright narrrates. Executive producer Mark Hagen

Contributors

Unknown: Manfred Mann
Unknown: Shania Twain
Unknown: Kelly Marie
Unknown: Regina Specktor.
Unknown: Steve Wright
Producer: Mark Hagen

: Trek - Spy on the Wildebeest

1/2. The Journey. "This is the great wildebeest
migration as you've never seen it before," states
David Attenborough , as spycams follow over one million of the species and their young making the 2,000-mile round trip across Tanzania's Serengeti and Kenya's Masai Mara. Can they withstand some of nature's most gruelling challenges, such as dust-storms and the biggest crocodiles in Africa?
Shown last Sunday on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough

: The Culture Show

New series 1/11. Lauren Laverne presents the magazine show which casts a critical eye over the arts. Comedians Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson reveal why phone-ins are ripe for ridicule and preview the new series of their BBC Radio 4 spoof Down the Line. The naughty brothers of British art, Jake and Dinos Chapman , talk to Mark Kermode about their controversial new show at Tate Liverpool, Bad Art for Bad People, and there's a look at how porn culture is entering the mainstream. Plus, Lauren Laverne picks out the five bands to watch out for in including the View and the Brian Jacket Letdown. Series producer Danielle Graham
Executive producer Edward Morgan

Contributors

Unknown: Lauren Laverne
Unknown: Paul Whitehouse
Unknown: Charlie Higson
Unknown: Dinos Chapman
Unknown: Mark Kermode
Unknown: Lauren Laverne
Producer: Danielle Graham
Producer: Edward Morgan

: Wild Caribbean

1/4. Treasure Islands. Examining the varied landscapes, from the forested volcanos of St Lucia to the swamps of Trinidad. They're home to breeding flamingos, dolphins, scarlet ibis, giant sperm whales, cave-dwelling rodents and migrating land crabs. Shown last Tuesday

: Snooker

Live coverage of the concluding frames of the second semi-final of the Masters at Wembley Arena, where the line-up for tomorrow's showpiece match will be decided. Stephen Hendry could well be in contention as he has a remarkable record of nine final appearances and six victories spanning back to the late 1980s. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott. Commentary by Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo. Producer Alison Witkover ; Exec producer Graham Fry Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Digital viewers can watch uninterrupted live coverage from
2pm until the end of play via the red button

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Hendry
Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Introduced By: Steve Davis
Introduced By: John Parrott.
Commentary By: Clive Everton
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor
Commentary By: Willie Thorne
Commentary By: John Virgo.
Producer: Alison Witkover
Producer: Graham Fry

: Have I Got Old News for You

Guest host Michael Aspel strives to control visitors Bill Bailey and Will Self who join team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop on the irreverent news quiz.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Aspel
Unknown: Bill Bailey
Unknown: Paul Merton
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Jo Bunting

: Room 101

3/6. Nigel Havers hopes to dispatch global warming into Orwellian oblivion before revealing a ruthless side in asking to kill Ken Livingstone. shown last Friday

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Havers
Unknown: Ken Livingstone.

: Mock the Week

2/6. Host Dara O'Briain is joined by Hugh Dennis , Frankie Boyle , Andy Parsons and Russell Howard , plus guests Ian Stone and Mark Watson.
Shown last Thursday

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Dennis
Unknown: Frankie Boyle
Unknown: Andy Parsons
Unknown: Russell Howard
Unknown: Ian Stone
Unknown: Mark Watson.

: Snooker Extra

Ray Stubbs introduces a chance to see highlights of this afternoon's opening semi-final at Wembley Arena.

Contributors

Introduces: Ray Stubbs








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