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: CBeebies: Balamory

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBBC: Batfink

Double bill.

: CBBC: Legend of the Dragon

Ang battles his self-doubt.

: CBBC: Smile

Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Nev present. Featuring cartoons Arthur, Even Stevens, Batfink and Jakers.

Contributors

Presenter: Barney Harwood
Presenter: Kirsten O'Brien
Director: Richard Bradley

: Something for theWeekend

Last year's The Apprentice runner-up Ruth Badger and comedian Joe Pasquale join Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton to delve into the TV archives and enjoy a Sunday lunch by Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann ;
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad ,
Tania Fallon and Sebastian Scott GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the June issue has relaxed weekend recipes from Simon Rimmer. Out now, priced E2.99

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Badger
Unknown: Joe Pasquale
Unknown: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Amanda Hamilton
Unknown: Simon Rimmer.
Producer: Catherine Mann
Producers: Henrietta Conrad
Producers: Tania Fallon
Producers: Sebastian Scott
Unknown: Simon Rimmer.

: Inside Sport

2/6. Sunday edition of the weekly sports show, including features from James Pearce and Matthew Pinsent. Revised repeat from last Monday on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: James Pearce
Unknown: Matthew Pinsent.

: Animal Park

A camel suffers an identity crisis and the tigers make friends with a snowman. (Revised Rpt)

: Rugby Union

Highlights of the Premiership final at Twickenham where two teams will battle it out to be crowned champions.

: Rugby League

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats v
Bradford Bulls
Live coverage of this afternoon's Challenge Cup fifth-round clash from Belle Vue (kick-off 2.00).
Clare Balding presents. - Digital viewers can access the latest news from the last day of the football premiership on Score from 2.30 to 6.00pm

: Paralympic World Cup

Coverage of the final day at the Manchester Regional Arena, where Tanni Grey-Thompson makes her final appearance before retirement. Producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Jim Bentley Tanni Grey-Thompson answers One Final Question: page

Contributors

Unknown: Tanni Grey-Thompson
Producer: Helen Kuttner
Editor: Jim Bentley
Editor: Tanni Grey-Thompson

: Big Cat DiaryFamily Histories

2/3. Cheetah cub Duma and her mother face a daily struggle to survive in Kenya's
Masai Mara.

Contributors

Unknown: Masai Mara.

: 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.
Shown last Wednesday

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Britton

: Cooking in the Danger Zone

2/5. Stefan Gates journeys to two very different places where the food people eat could kill them.
Armed with a geiger counter in Chernobyl, he meets locals who defied the authorities to return home after the nuclear disaster. Then he discovers a dark side to paradise on the pacific island of Tonga, where the people are eating their way to morbid obesity. Producers Alex Mackintosh and Marc Perkins
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Stefan Gates
Producers: Alex MacKintosh
Producers: Marc Perkins

: Best of Top Gear

If you're in the mood for car calamities and other assorted motoring reports, here's a chance to see highlights from the last series.

: Supergrass

DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
Missing your fix of 1970s policing since the end of Life on Mars? This documentary uses dramatic reconstructions and interviews with the people involved to help bring to life the violent times during the 70s when the police used supergrasses to infiltrate the gangs responsible for the armed robberies that were making London like the Wild West. Despite initial success following the introduction of the supergrasses in 1972, the system descended into chaos as it fell foul of different agendas within police ranks and the strangely ordered rules of the underworld. With the stories of such outrageous characters as Maurice O'Mahoney , an armed robber who shopped hundreds of associates in 1976, continuing to fascinate, Scotland Yard's supergrass master Tony Lundy breaks his silence for the first time to give his account of the tumultuous times. Narrated by Tim Roth.
Director/Producer Stephen Finnigan Repeated with signing on Thursday at 1.55am on BBC)

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice O'Mahoney
Unknown: Tony Lundy
Unknown: Tim Roth.
Producer: Stephen Finnigan

: Graham Norton Uncut

11/13. Singer Tori Amos and actor Gerard Depardieu guest in an extended edition of last Thursday's irreverent talk show. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Singer: Tori Amos
Unknown: Gerard Depardieu

: Roman's Empire

5/6. When Roman has a brush with death, he hands the running of the empire to Nikki, who promptly turns into the power-hungry boss from hell.
Shown last Thursday

: Family Guy: Stu and Stewie's Excellent Adventure

Stewie discovers what his life is like in the future and is stunned to learn he is a 35-year-old virgin.
First seen on BBC3.
More Tuesday at 11.25pm on BBC3.

: The Three Stooges

Biographical drama about the popular slapstick trio whose knockabout antics took a toll on their health without bringing them the status they craved. Review page 46.
Director James Frawley (2000)

Contributors

Director: James Frawley

: Incense for the Damned

Horror starring Patrick Macnee and Peter Cushing. A holiday in Greece turns into an orgy of black magic and decadence for an academic. Review page 46.
Director Michael Burrowes (1970,18)

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick MacNee
Unknown: Peter Cushing.
Director: Michael Burrowes








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