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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

The world's hottest places.

: CBBC: Tom

: CBBC: Clutter Nutters

An adventure lover and a class clown compete to see who can clear the most clutter from their bedrooms.

: CBBC: The Cramp Twins

Followed by Roar (Revised rpt)

: CBeebies: Bob the Builder: Project Build It

Sunflower Valley gets its own seaweed farm.

: CBeebies: Pingu

Pinga and Pingu play with Grandfather's braces.

: CBeebies: Something Special

Learning how to make music.

: CBeebies: Come Outside

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

The Dauphin. Wesley finds himself falling in love.

: The Winter Flying Gardener

Chris Beardshaw visits the Lake District.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Beardshaw

: The Daily Politics

With Prime Minister's Questions. Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott host.

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Jenny Scott
Director: Claire Bellis
Director: Anna Rasmussen
Editor: Jamie Donald

: Working Lunch

With Adrian Chiles.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles.

: Indoor Bowls

Live coverage of the Ladies' World Match Play championship final, at the Potters Leisure Resort, Norfolk. Clare Balding hosts. Commentary is from David Corkill. Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only) 0 Digital viewers can access extended coverage between 3.00 and 6.00pm

Contributors

Unknown: David Corkill.

: Perfect Strangers

Game show presented by Adrian Chiles. (5)

Contributors

Presented By: Adrian Chiles.

: Flog It!

Paul Martin visits Blackpool.
(Revised rpt) IS)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin

: Ready Steady Cook

With Gino D'Acampo and Tony Tobin. www.bbc.co.uk/food

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Tobin.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: Safari School

The bush novices try to get to grips with animal-tracking skills, ex-Eastender Brooke Kinsella has to face her fears by dealing with a deadly snake and presenter Charlotte Uhlenbroek sets off in search of an endangered predator. See Monday's choice.

Contributors

Unknown: Brooke Kinsella

: MasterChef Goes Large

After six new contestants are whittled down to three in the opening round, the remaining trio have to prove their culinary worth in the kitchen at London's Les Trois Gar├žons. Who can stand the heat to go forward to Friday's quarter-final? With John Torode and Gregg Wallace. See Monday's choice.

Contributors

Unknown: John Torode
Unknown: Gregg Wallace.

: Top Wild Dives with Tanya Streeter

The world champion freediver visits a host of far-flung destinations - from the chilly waters of the Galapagos to the balmy Caribbean Sea - as she talks about her favourite wildlife dives and describes the experience of encountering species such as whales, dolphins and sharks in their natural habitat. Producers James Honeyborne and Simon Nash
Executive producer Vyv Simson

Contributors

Producers: James Honeyborne
Producers: Simon Nash
Producer: Vyv Simson

: Ray Mears's Wild Food

4/5. Ray demonstrates how much the life of the hunter/gatherer revolves around the hunt, samples the flavours our ancestors may well have added in their search to experience new tastes, finds out how many meals a single deer can provide and uses seeds that can be made into biscuits for trail snacks.
Director/Producer Tuppence Stone
Repeated next Sunday

: Should I Really Give Up Flying?

Last year. British airports handled over 200 million passengers. It's predicted that will double over the next 15 years. But air travel has an environmental cost. Scientists believe that aviation will account for around 60 per cent of greenhouse gases by 2050. Presenters Ginny Buckley and Max Flint reveal the effects of climate change on some of the world's favourite destinations and explore the impact of the explosion in budget airlines. They see the "green" planes of the future and send a fly-happy family on the train to Tuscany. As Tony Blair declares he will offset carbon emissions from his own jetsetting, the programme visits beneficiaries of this approach, from the Mersey Forest to the Masai Mara.
Executive producer Dave Stanford ; Editor Liz Bloor The Inside Story: page 90

Contributors

Presenters: Ginny Buckley
Presenters: Max Flint
Unknown: Tony Blair
Producer: Dave Stanford
Editor: Liz Bloor

: Newsnight

Presented by Gavin Esler. (5)

Contributors

Presented By: Gavin Esler.

: The Killer Wave of 1607 - Timewatch

Almost exactly 400 years ago - 20 January 1607 - a 12ft-high wall of water devastated the counties of the Bristol Channel. The catastrophe altered the coastline for ever - yet it's been all but forgotten.
Scientists Ted Bryant and Simon Haslett team up to find archaeological evidence to support their belief that the event was not a freak storm but a tsunami.
Director/Producer Sam Roberts
Hadrian's Wall - Timewatch is on Friday at 9pm

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Bryant
Unknown: Simon Haslett
Producer: Sam Roberts

: Indoor Bowls Extra

Highlights from the Potters Leisure Resort in Norfolk of the Ladies'
World Match Play championship final. Ellen Falkner of England won the title last year. (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Ellen Falkner

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 History - Schama Shorts Footage from
Simon Schama 's series A History of Britain. 43201 4.00 History - Schama Shorts ; Timelines 1066-1660 The evolution of English constitutional monarchy.

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Schama
Unknown: Schama Shorts








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