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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Holiday games.
Then Fimbly Songtime

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: ChuckleVision

A balloon develops a mind of its own.
Followed by Newsround

: CBBC: Get 100

The numerical quiz hosted by Reggie Yates.


Presenter: Reggie Yates

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

School open evening approaches.


Writer: Laura Summers

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

Pleek and Pleeek shrink Krypto. (S)

: CBeebies: Jackanory Junior

Daniela Nardini reads Wendy Blaxland's The Princess and the Unicorn.


Storyteller: Daniela Nardini Author: Wendy Blaxland

: CBeebies: Something Special

Big Teddy wants to swim.

: CBeebies: Postman Pat

Pat helps Ted fix his boat.

: In Search of Myths & Heroes

3/4 Jason and the Golden Fleece The story is older than Homer's Iliad - but is it just a fairy tale? Michael Wood travels to the mountains of the Caucasus to find out. Director Sean Smith ; Producer
Rebecca Dobbs (RXS)


Unknown: Michael Wood
Director: Sean Smith
Producer: Rebecca Dobbs

: The Daily Politics

Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.


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

: Garden Invaders

' Creating a wheelchair-friendly vegetable garden.

: Working Lunch

Plain-talking business news.

: Living In the Sun

A woman who wants to expand her business empire.

: Through the Keyhole

With Tim Vine , Paul Martin and Ingrid Tarrant.


Unknown: Tim Vine
Unknown: Paul Martin

: Flog It!

From Newcastle.

: Ready Steady Cook

With Jenni Murray and Martha Kearney.


Unknown: Jenni Murray
Unknown: Martha Kearney.

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz.

: Eggheads

Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.


Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan.

: Great British Menu

Mark Hix and Michael Caines submit their main courses to the judges. Mark's offering, rabbit and crayfish stargazy pie, is a modern take on a traditional Cornish dish, while Michael serves up honeyroast duck.


Unknown: Mark Hix
Unknown: Michael Caines

: Jonathan Meades: Abroad Again

New series 1/5. Father to the Man. The writer and broadcaster investigates the relationship between mankind and the world it inhabits, exploring how places can affect people's lives. Meades begins by revisiting some of the locations his father took him to as a child, from Hampshire's River Avon water meadows to the villages of south Wiltshire, and reflects on how they influenced his future career and obsession with architecture and exploration.
Director Tim Niel ; Producer Martha Wailes


Director: Tim Niel
Producer: Martha Wailes

: Coast

Exploring Britain's south coast from Dover to
Exmouth, including the Channel Islands' Alderney.
Director/Producer Oliver Clark (Revised rpt)


Producer: Oliver Clark

: Neneh and Andi Dish It Up

5/6. Boys Are Back in Town. Neneh prepares a meal to celebrate a visit from her brother, Eagle-Eye. The main dish is a curried goat recipe - using mutton instead - with coconut rice, peas and plantain, while dessert is a pineapple upside-down cake with rum.
Series producer Kaye Godleman


Producer: Kaye Godleman

: Sweet Baby James

5/6. This week James Martin returns to the Winchester restaurant where he made his name, Hotel du Vin, to share his puddings with former colleague Vicky Tilling. En route he is introduced to the joys of Japanese desserts by chocolatier William Curley , and visits a Lake District eatery which, once a month, becomes a mecca for the sweet of tooth.
Producer Emma Robertson ; Series producer David Vallance


Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Vicky Tilling.
Unknown: William Curley
Producer: Emma Robertson
Producer: David Vallance

: Natural World

6/11. Invasion of the Crocodiles. Crocodiles are on the increase in Australia's Northwest Territory, posing an ever-increasing threat to livestock and humans. Biologist Adam Britton uses satellite transmitters to investigate their mystifying spread - and the race is soon on to find a humane solution before the locals' requests for a cull are heeded. Producer Emma Ross ; Series editor Tim Martin
Repeated next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature


Unknown: Adam Britton
Producer: Emma Ross
Editor: Tim Martin

: Secret Fawns of Yellowstone

Elk fawns born in Yellowstone National Park face a struggle to survive as grizzly bears converge on their hiding place.
Producer Mark Flowers ; Exec producer Vyv Simson


Producer: Mark Flowers
Producer: Vyv Simson

: The Apprentice: You're Fired!

7/12. This week's boardroom ejectee fields questions from businesswoman Michele Mone , impressionist Jon Culshaw and TV presenter Dominic Littlewood. Producer Sarah Rose ; Series editor Sally Dixon


Unknown: Michele Mone
Unknown: Jon Culshaw
Presenter: Dominic Littlewood.
Producer: Sarah Rose
Editor: Sally Dixon

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Wedding Rites: in Sickness and in Health: BBC4 on BBC2

An examination of the recent increase in UK weddings. Has society rediscovered romance, or are we simply infatuated with the hype of celebrity marriages?


Producer: Pete Lawrence
Executive Producer: Michael Poole

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Macbeth Shorts 76671 4.00 English The Birth of Horror; Followed by Shock Horror

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