Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Children train rescue dogs.
Shown last Friday
Tracy returns to the Dumping Ground.
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Celebrity visitor challenge for kids.
A fifth pair are eliminated.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Writer Russell T Davies guests.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Tracy and Justine play a game of dare.
Followed by Bernard
Cosmo goes on a game show.
Behind the scenes of the Miss Deaf UK contest. With in-vision subtitles. Director/Producer Lesley Paine Repeated on Tuesday at 2.15am on BBC1
Meeting the lions and loins of Longleat, as the safari park vet operates on a lioness and Lord Bath recalls life in the 1960s. Executive producer Annette Clarke ;
Series editor Chris Powell
Romantic drama starring Ingrid Bergman.
Gladys Aylward, a young English servant girl, travels to China in the 1930s to carry the Christian creed to a country ravaged by war. Review page 47. (1958, PG)
Film Trivia: page 57
Matthew Stevens takes on Dublin's Joe Delaney.
Digital viewers can choose between coverage of two tables via the red button
13/13; series two. The Killing
Field. Mozart cares for her pups.
First shown on Animal Planet
1/3. It's the near future and global warming has made the threat of more hurricanes a reality in this factually-based drama. A team of scientists embark on a project to find new ways to divert and diminish storms but their first mission, a flight into the eye of a small hurricane in order to seed it, goes wrong. Writers Edward Canfor-Dumas and Julian Simpson
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 For cast see tomorrow
Reigning world champion Graeme Dott aims to be the first man into the second round at the Crucible tonight as he concludes his match against Preston's Ian McCulloch. Experienced campaigners Steve Davis and John Parrott also go head to head, both former champions who have seven world titles and 53 years of professional competition between them. Introduced by Hazel Irvine, with commentary from John Virgo ,
Willie Thorne , Terry Griffiths , Dennis Taylor and Clive Everton. Producer Simon Birry ; Executive producer Graham Fry
Digitai viewers can choose between coverage of two tables via the red button
The Inside Story: page 60
Godber is studying to get a new qualification, an 0 level in history. Fletcher thinks he's wasting his time, but wants to help him pass. Along with Warren and McLaren, they decide to steal the paper, but sending an illiterate Warren may not be the best plan. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby
FILM OF THE WEEK
Bleak drama based on the bestselling novel by Andre Dubus III , starring Ben Kingsley and Jennifer Connelly. Massoud Amir Behrani is a former Iranian Air Force colonel reduced to working menial jobs in the US. Desperate to return his family to the prosperity they once knew, he spends his life savings on the repossessed home of former drug addict
Kathy Nicolo. But the property was seized in error and homeless Kathy is determined to win it back by whatever means necessary. Review page 39.
Director Vadim Perelman (2003, 15)
Massoud Amir Behrani:
An extended version of yesterday's news quiz from BBC1, with guest host Adrian Chiles joining regular panellists Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
4/12. This week the teams are set the task of manufacturing sweets to sell at London Zoo to the toughest consumers in the world: parents and children. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Highlights of Graeme Dott v Ian McCulloch and Steve Davis v John Parrott.
Hazel Irvine presents the opening day of the world championship.
Creepy psychological thriller starring Susan Strasberg and featuring Christopher Lee. Review page 47.
Director Seth Holt (1961) (BW)