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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Catching up with the librarian.

: CBeebies: Something Special

Mr Tumble can't keep warm.

: CBeebies: Toddworld

Pickle worries about his height.

: CBBC: Arthur

(R) (S)

: CBBC: Mona the Vampire

Adults are turned into babies.

: CBBC: Suspect

Who is responsible for the fake £10 notes?

: CBBC: Legend of the Dragon

Ang is taken to Vietnam.
Followed by Roar (Revised rpt)

: Duck Tales: the Movie -Treasure of the Lost Lamp

I Feature-length Disney animated children's adventure, inspired by the Duck Tales TV programme. Review page 48.
Director Bob Hathcock (1990, U)

Contributors

Director: Bob Hathcock

: Dangermouse

Greenback creates an army of washing machines.

: Working Lunch

A look at the lastest circulation figures from the magazine industry.
Presented by Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Presented By: Adam Shaw.

: Animal Park

Jolly the giraffe is in labour, but will the birth go smoothly?
(Revised rpt) (5)

: Hands on Nature

How to go whale watching off the Scottish coast, and top rockpooling locations. (RXS)

: Perfect Strangers

Four more pairs of strangers compete for £20,000.

: Escape to the Country

The Roberts-Moores from the mining town of Cannock, Staffs, look to beat a rural retreat to north Shropshire. (RXS)

: Flog It!

Paul Martin finds out about the Irish frame drum in Ulster.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin

: Ready Steady Cook

Casualty make-up artists
Marcus Whitney and Beverley Pooley guest in the kitchen. (RXS)

Contributors

Artists: Marcus Whitney
Artists: Beverley Pooley

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz.

: Safari School

After four weeks of intensive training, the final two celebrities have today to practise their ranger skills before tomorrow's Grand Final, when one of them will release two big cats into the African bush.

: MasterChef Goes Large

Three more contestants are put through the culinary mill by John Torode and Gregg Wallace , with the three survivors from the first round putting in a shift at Roast, near London Bridge.

Contributors

Unknown: John Torode
Unknown: Gregg Wallace

: Bill Oddie Back in the USA

6/6. Arizona. This week Bill dons his stetson as his journey rolls west towards the arid lands of Arizona. He meets a host of venomous animals, as well as wily coyotes, speedy road runners and a garden full of enchanting hummingbirds.
Shown on Tuesday at 8.30pm

: Dr Alice Roberts: Don't Die Young

5/6. Skin. Tonight the doctor puts her outer layer through a series of weather temperature extremes and finds out how good wrinkle creams are at combating the ageing process. She meets Ed Akerman , a young farmer who exposes his skin to the hazards of the elements on a daily basis, and follows
Dorothy Bloyce 's operation to remove a cancerous growth brought on by years of exposure to the sun. Shown on Tuesday at 8pm

Contributors

Unknown: Ed Akerman
Unknown: Dorothy Bloyce

: The Truth about Food

6/6. How to Be the Best. Former world-beating hurdler Colin Jackson swaps his favourite diet for that of some vegetarian martial arts experts, before testing the effects of Omega 3-rich oily fish on some stressed-out cabbies, and finding out whether firefighters in Montana are more energised by constant snacking or the traditional three meals a day. Producer Caroline Penry-Davey ; Series producer Alice Harper

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Jackson
Producer: Caroline Penry-Davey
Producer: Alice Harper

: The Verdict

4/4. Day Four It's the final day of the trial, and the jury hear the closing speeches on behalf of the prosecution and defence before retiring to consider their verdict. In the course of some intense and occasionally heated discussion, some members change their minds as they review the evidence with which they have been presented. Finally, when the jury does return to consider its verdict, there is uproar in the courtroom. See Sunday's choice.
Examine full proceedings of the four-day trial, including exclusive footage, at www.bbc.co.uk/bbctwo

Contributors

Anna Crane: Alice O'Connell
Damien Scott: Javone Prince
Claire Golding: Lauren Taylor
James Greer: Mark Wood
Mark Francis Barry: Arthur Darvill
Estella Ruiz: Elisa Terren
Paul Saville: Louis Hilyer
Matt Wilson: Fred Ridgeway
Thomas Broughton: Tim Lewis
Tony O'Keefe: Ian Drysdale
Gareth Bennett: Elliott Jordon

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: Diameter of the Bomb

Documentary about the suicide bombing of a Jerusalem bus in June 2002 that left 20 people dead. The film contains interviews with those closely affected by the atrocity, a reconstruction of events leading up to the incident and footage of the aftermath. In English, Hebrew and Arabic with subtitles. Review page 48.
Director Andrew Quigley (2005, 12)

Contributors

Director: Andrew Quigley

: BBC Learning

Zone www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 KS4 Curriculum Bites Religious education. 90149 4.00 KS3 Challenging Faith 58121 5.00 KS4 Exploring Beliefs Spiritual dilemmas.








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