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: CBeebies: Something Special

Big Teddy can't go swimming.

: CBBC: Arthur

Double bill.

: CBBC: Mona the Vampire

Cupid has a broken heart.

: CBBC: Suspect

A scientist, about to sell a damaging story, receives an anonymous threat.

: CBBC: Lizzie McGuire

The school misfit develops a crush on Lizzie, so her mum persuades her to go on a date with him.

: CBBC: Legend of the Dragon

Ang meets a movie star.
Followed by Roar (Revised rpt)

: CBBC: Zombie Hotel

Maggot and Fungus help the Colonel.

: CBBC: Even Stevens

Louis tries to sabotage the dive meet.

: A Goofy Movie

I Animated comedy featuring the voices of Bill Farmer and Jason Marsden. Review page 46. Director Kevin Lima (1995, U)

Contributors

Unknown: Jason Marsden.
Director: Kevin Lima

: Dangermouse

Dangermouse is challenged to an icy duel.

: Animal Park

I The rhinos benefit from a garden makeover, and the execution shirt of Charles I is found in the estate collection. Series producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke

Contributors

Producer: Chris Powell
Producer: Annette Clarke

: Working Lunch

Presented by Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Presented By: Adam Shaw.

: The Flying Gardener

Chris Beardshaw explores two Sussex arboretums-
Leonardslee Garden and Sheffield Park Garden.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Beardshaw
Unknown: Park Garden.

: Perfect Strangers

Game show, (si

: Escape to the Country

Vintage car enthusiasts living in Castleford search for a home in rural Yorkshire.

: Flog It!

Exploring the British seaside resort of Eastbourne.

: Ready Steady Cook

Brian Turner and Phil Vickery race to create a meal.

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Turner
Unknown: Phil Vickery

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz. (RXS)

: Safari School

The instructors decide which two of the remaining trio will go through to Friday's final.

: MasterChef Goes Large

Can today's victorious threesome keep their cool in the professional kitchen at Yum Yum?

: Top Gear

3/6. Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May travel to Florida in order to prove that fly-drive holidays can be fun if you buy a car instead of renting and end up on an epic road trip to prove their point. Shown Sunday. 8pm and rptd again next Saturday on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: James May

: Dragons' Den

2/6. The supposed breakthroughs under scrutiny tonight include a way to create space for "nearly clean" clothes, a contract car-leasing business and a teddy bear that comes complete with a media player, but will a giant pink foam dragon emerge unscorched from the Den? Evan Davis presents.
Series producer Dominic Bird; Executive producer Helen Bullough Repeated next Saturday

Contributors

Unknown: Evan Davis
Producer: Helen Bullough

: Party Animals

3/8. When Scott returns to work, he is not happy to be relegated to charity work. He surprises himself by throwing himself into the project, but his new-found enthusiasm lands him in jail. While Danny is trying to impress his mother at Portcullis House, she unveils some news that he receives with horror.
The Inside Story: page 86

The Inside Story
He plays a sensitive political researcher in Party Animals (9.00pm BBC2), but Matt Smith (right) missed out on a career that would have guaranteed him higher status. "I was a footballer when I was a teenager and played at Leicester City, Nottingham Forest and Northampton Town," he says. But, in his GCSE year, Smith injured his back and had to give up the sport. With his childhood dream dashed, Smith opted for acting. "In a way, I'm gutted when I think of the house in Hampstead and the Ferrari I could have had but, actually, I think I'm happier being an actor."

Contributors

Writer: Ben Richards
Producer: Eleanor Greene
Director: Brian Grant
Scott Foster: Andrew Buchan
Ashika Chandiramani: Shelley Conn
Kirsty MacKenzie: Andrea Riseborough
Danny Foster: Matt Smith
James Northcote: Patrick Baladi
Sophie Montgomery: Clemency Burton-Hill
Matt Baker: Pip Carter
Jo Porter: Raquel Cassidy
Richard Bracewell: Alexander Hanson
Stephen Templeton: Colin Salmon
George Morgan: Peter Wight
Vanessa Renfrew: Kika Markham
Barbara Foster: Marian McLoughlin
Vienna Lurie: Emily Beecham
Felix Carrera: Guy Flanagan
Paul Caughan: Nick Sampson
Dougie Ellington: Terence Harvey
Security guard: Jay Lim
News presenter: Simon McCoy
News reporter: Jon Brain

: The Verdict

A look at the backgrounds of the jurors and how they are coping with the pressure. Examine full proceedings of the four-day trial, including exclusive footage, at www.bbc.co.uk/bbctwo

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

3/6. Sparks fly as Preston from the Ordinary Boys, former Neighbours actress Anne Charleston , comedian Ed Byrne and Guillemots frontman Fyfe Dangerfield join Simon Amstell , Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus. And look out for a special guest. Director John Spencer ; Producer Lucy Clarke
Repeated next Saturday Phill Jupitus on the Brit Awards nominees, plus CD offer: page 36

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Charleston
Unknown: Ed Byrne
Unknown: Fyfe Dangerfield
Unknown: Simon Amstell
Unknown: Bill Bailey
Unknown: Phill Jupitus.
Director: John Spencer
Producer: Lucy Clarke
Unknown: Phill Jupitus

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Verdict

Summary of the last three days in court. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm. See Sunday's choice.

: The Harlot's Handbook: BBC4 on BBC2

Hallie Rubenhold examines Harris's List, a bestselling 18th-century guide to London's prostitutes created by a pimp, a poet and a woman born in a brothel.
Director Helen Nixon ; Exec producer David Okuefuna

Contributors

Unknown: Hallie Rubenhold
Director: Helen Nixon
Producer: David Okuefuna

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Revisewise Challenge Ouickfire science quizzes. 39196 4.00 KS3 Curriculum Bites Christianity.








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