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: CBeebies: Balamory

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBBC: Batfink

Double bill.

: CBBC: Legend of the Dragon

Ling attacks Ang.

: CBBC: Smile

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

Contributors

Presenter: Barney Harwood
Presenter: Kirsten O'Brien
Director: James Morgan

: Something for the Weekend

Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton welcome singer Mylene Klass to watch classic TV clips and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer.
GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the June issue has relaxed weekend recipes from Simon Rimmer. Out now, priced £2.99

Contributors

Presenter: Tim Lovejoy
Presenter: Amanda Hamilton
Guest: Mylene Klass
Chef: Simon Rimmer
Series Producer: Catherine Mann
Executive Producer: Henrietta Conrad
Executive Producer: Tania Fallon
Executive Producer: Sebastian Scott

: Inside Sport

3/6. Sports magazine series presented by Gabby Logan.
Revised repeat from last Monday on BBC 1
[web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Gabby Logan

: MotoGP

Live coverage of the French Grand Prix from the famous Le Mans circuit, where the fifth round of the season takes place. Reigning champion Nicky Hayden faces stiff competition from
Casey Stoner if he is to regain his title. Presented by Suzi Perry.
Producer Matthew Griffiths ; Series producer Belinda Rogerson

Contributors

Unknown: Nicky Hayden
Unknown: Casey Stoner
Presented By: Suzi Perry.
Producer: Matthew Griffiths
Producer: Belinda Rogerson

: Motorcycling

Highlights of the North West
200 race at the Portstewart-Coleraine-Portrush triangle, close to the Giant's Causeway. Director David Beynon
Producer Terry Smyth

Contributors

Director: David Beynon
Producer: Terry Smyth

: Great Manchester Run

Live coverage of the Great
Manchester Run, the biggest 10km run in Britain, won last year by Zersenay Tadesse and Berhane Adere. Featuring 27,000 fun runners, including double Olympic gold medallist Kelly Holmes.
Executive producer Martin Webster
Editor Michael Cole

Contributors

Unknown: Zersenay Tadesse
Unknown: Berhane Adere.
Unknown: Kelly Holmes.
Producer: Martin Webster
Editor: Michael Cole

: Big Cat Diary Family Histories

The complete story of the Marsh Pride lions of Kenya's Masai Mara.

: Dive Caribbean: Coral Reef

With world champion freediver
Tanya Streeter. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Tanya Streeter.

: Natural World

7/11. The Bloodhound and the Beardie. Dogs have been carefully bred for centuries as working animals, but when kept as pets their instincts to hunt, guard and retrieve can often lead to behavioural problems. This film follows a bloodhound and a bearded collie living in a rescue centre, as professional trainers teach them to do the jobs they were orginally bred for.
Shown last Wednesday

: Cooking in the Danger Zone

3/5. Writer Stefan Gates discovers how people feed themselves in war-torn areas. He visits a camp in Uganda where almost two million refugees have to survive on UN rations. Travelling on to Afghanistan, Stefan finds the people struggling to subsist in a conflict that never seems to end. Here he samples the testicles of the fat-tailed sheep and dines with a former Taliban commander.
Producers Ruhi Hamid and Marc Perkins
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Stefan Gates
Producers: Ruhi Hamid
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.

: Tribe

1/3. Nyangatom. Documentary series in which Bruce Parry travels to Ethiopia's Omo Valley to live with the indigenous tribes. In this programme he visits the Nyangatom, who have a fierce reputation among the region's other tribes. After welcoming the explorer with a drink of blood, they put him to work milking goats. However, he is soon preparing for a warrior initiation ceremony - which requires him to make a daunting sacrifice.
Director/Producer James Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Parry
Producer: James Smith

: Graham Norton Uncut

Actress Joan Collins and singer Jason Donovan are among the guests joining the host as he presents an extended, uncut version of last
Thursday's show. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Collins
Singer: Jason Donovan

: Roman's Empire

6/6. Jesus tries to obtain Leo's assistance in bringing down Roman's empire, while Nikki has misgivings about her upcoming marriage. Director Elliot Hegarty
Producer Ben Cavey Shown last Thursday

Contributors

Director: Elliot Hegarty

: Anywhere but Here

Sentimental comedy drama starring Susan Sarandon and Natalie Portman. When Adele
August leaves her quiet provincial town for the lights of Los Angeles, her teenage daughter
Ann is a reluctant passenger. Adele's wayward behaviour soon embarrasses Ann, who only wants the chance to live her own life. Review page 50.
Director Wayne Wang (1999, 12)

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sarandon
Unknown: Natalie Portman.
Director: Wayne Wang
Adele August: Susan Sarandon
Ann August: Natalie Portman
Lillian: Eileen Ryan
Ted: Ray Baker
Jimmy: John Diehl
Benny: Shawn Hatosy
Carol: Bonnie Bedelia
Hisham: Faran Tahir

: Greenwich Mean Time *

Grim urban drama. The youthful dreams of some musically minded south Londoners are put to the test as they face up to numerous challenges that ultimately lead to tragedy. Review page 50.
Director John Strickland (1998, 18)

Contributors

Director: John Strickland
Charlie: Alec Newman
Lucy: Melanie Gutteridqe
Rachel: Georgia MacKenzie
Rix: Chiwetel Ejiofor
Sam: Steve John Shepherd
Bobby: Allcya Eyo
Bean: Benjamin Waters
Sherry: Anjeta Lauren Smith








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