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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Jackson finds out about snow.

: CBBC: Astro Boy

Then Diddy Dick & Dom
Followed by Newsround

: CBBC: Wonderful World of Weird

The Flying Pigs discover an extremely smelly job.

: CBBC: Shaun the Sheep

Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1

: CBeebies: Doodle Do

Pictures using masking tape and paint.

: CBeebies: Something Special

Justin makes a new friend.

: CBeebies: Nina and the Neurons

The adventures of a scientist.

: Schools programmes

(Repeats are not indicated)

10.30 Primary History
(ages 7-11)

10.50 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 9-11)

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Samaritan Snare. Geordi is taken hostage by dangerous aliens.
More tomorrow at 10.30am
Followed by The Witness (R) (S)

: The Daily Politics

Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott. (S)

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Jenny Scott

: Working Lunch

Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.

Contributors

Presented By: Adam Shaw
Presented By: Nik Wood.

: Schools programmes

(Repeats are not indicated)

1.00 Coming to England
(ages 5-7)

1.20 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 7-11)

: Animal Park: Wild in Africa

Ben Fogle and Kate Humble go on safari in Namibia.

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Fogle
Unknown: Kate Humble

: Castle in the Country

Daily magazine.

: Sudo-Q

Sudoku based quiz show.

: Flog It!

Paul Martin examines a collection of Arthur Conan Doyle memorabilia in Portsmouth.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin
Unknown: Arthur Conan Doyle

: Ready Steady Cook

Rhubarb growers compete: who will crumble first?

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz.

: Eggheads

Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.

Contributors

Presenter: Dermot Murnaghan

: MasterChef Goes Large

The semi-finalists cater for 500 hungry children.

: Sleep Clinic

3/8. This week, Papworth Hospital's team meets Laila, who collapses whenever she laughs, and Geoffrey, whose nocturnal leg twitching is driving his wife to distraction. See yesterday's choice.
Shown yesterday at 10.45pm on BBC1

: Are We There Yet?

New series 1/4. Cars. A look at ways in which commuting by car can be avoided as traffic continues to increase on Britain's busy roads. The government predicts that by 2025 the volume of vehicles will have increased by 40 per cent. making even simple journeys a logistical nightmare.
John Ware examines the alternatives to "carmageddon". Director Leo Telling; Executive producer Paul Woolwich The Inside Story: page 82

Contributors

Unknown: John Ware
Producer: Paul Woolwich

: Natural World

Cheetahs: Fast Track to Freedom. Simon King spends two years raising cheetah cubs Toki and Sambu, orphaned when a lion killed their mother.
The animals spend more time away as they develop their independence and hunting skills - and encounter the real dangers of the African Bush.
Producer Simon King

Contributors

Unknown: Simon King
Producer: Simon King

: Wild Dive: HMS Scylla

The HMS Scylla was sunk off the coast of Plymouth in 2002 in order to create an underwater wildlife haven. Monty Halls examines if marine creatures are thriving in this environment.
Producer Joe Stevens ; Exec producer Vyv Simson

Contributors

Producer: Joe Stevens
Producer: Vyv Simson

: Blair: the Inside Story

3/3. The End of the Affair. The final part of Michael Cockerell 's documentary looks at the Prime Minister's final years in office. This was a period dominated by a series of crises, including health problems for the Premier, perceived spats with chancellor
Gordon Brown , dealing with the aftermath of the war in Iraq and the cash for honours allegations. insiders, colleagues and rivals shed new light on this era. Producers Adam Grimley and Diana Martin
Executive producer Samantha Anstiss Prime Minister's Questions are in The Daily Politics, Wed 11.30am

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Cockerell
Unknown: Gordon Brown
Producers: Adam Grimley
Producers: Diana Martin
Producer: Samantha Anstiss

: The Children of Helen House

8/8. The series concludes with a look at the grieving process. Sarah-Jayne Dawes finds it difficult to revisit since the death of her daughter Freya. She finds comfort in a meeting with founder Sister Frances. Producer Jonathan Mayo ; Series producer Geoffrey Smith
Rptd with signing on Thursday at 2.55am on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah-Jayne Dawes
Producer: Jonathan Mayo
Producer: Geoffrey Smith

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Paxman

: WH Auden: Tell Me the Truth about Love

The theme of love is explored in the Anglo-
American poet's work and life, including interviews from some of his closest friends and a look at how his relationships were reflected in his writing.
Director Susanna White ; Executive producers Roger Thompson and Peter Maniura

Contributors

Director: Susanna White
Producers: Roger Thompson
Producers: Peter Maniura

: Seven Days For the Children

Frank is disgusted when a mission that would save a hostage school group on the Los Angeles subway is cancelled.
First shown on Bravo

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Revisewise at Home Science revision.
4.00 Revisewise Challenge at Home Science








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