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: CBeebies: Balamory

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBeebies: Step Inside

More stories with Mr Mopple.

: CBBC: Batfink

Double bill.

: CBBC: Legend of the Dragon

Ang goes missing.

: CBBC: Smile

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


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

: Something for the Weekend

Presenter Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton welcome celebrity guests, watch classic TV clips from the archives and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad ,
Tania Fallon and Sebastian Scott GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the July issue has recipes from the show. On sale 1 June, priced E2.99


Presenter: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Amanda Hamilton
Unknown: Simon Rimmer.
Producer: Catherine Mann
Producers: Henrietta Conrad
Producers: Tania Fallon
Producers: Sebastian Scott

: Inside Sport

4/6. Sports magazine series presented by Gabby Logan. Revised repeat from last Monday on BBCKS) www.bbc.co.uk/sport


Presented By: Gabby Logan.

: Animal Park

Two of the smallest wallabies in the world settle into their new home. (Revised rpt)

: Golf

Gary Lineker presents coverage of the fourth and final day of the PGA Championship from the West Course at Wentworth, one of the most prestigious tournaments on the golfing calendar, where the world's top players will be battling to win prize money of E500,000, in addition to the trophy.
England's David Howell carded a 69 this time last year to record a five-shot victory over compatriot Simon Khan. Howell's win was his fourth on the European Tour and, along with the Champions Tournament in Shanghai, one of two victories in 2006. Scotland's Colin Montgomerie has a fine record at this event, with a hat-trick of titles between 1998 and 2000, and the locals will hope to see another British victor today. Commentary is by Ken Brown , Peter Alliss and Wayne Grady.


Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: David Howell
Unknown: Simon Khan.
Unknown: Colin Montgomerie
Unknown: Ken Brown
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Wayne Grady.

: Rugby Sevens

John Inverdale is at Twickenham for the final of the London Sevens, the penultimate leg of the World Series. Fiji ended New Zealand's six-year reign last season and, with the help of this year's top points scorer, William Ryder , will start the weekend with a 10-point lead. However, with 20 points going to the winner of each tournament, Samoa and New
Zealand will be determined to close the gap ahead of the series finale in Edinburgh next weekend. Despite reaching the semi finals of the last two tournaments, England have slipped to a distant fifth overall, but they are still the top ranked European side and could spring a surprise in front of their home fans. Nick Mullins leads the commentary team. Producer Ken Burton ; Editor Carl Hicks


Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: William Ryder
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Producer: Ken Burton
Editor: Carl Hicks

: Big Cat Diary Family Histories

Bella is a leopard in her prime, about eight-years-old and owner of a territory centred around a stretch of the Talek river in the Masai Mara in Kenya. Just like any mother, Bella is devoted to her family, providing them with food, shelter and security, but it's not always an easy job in such a dangerous place. From hunting wildebeest during their annual migration to fighting off lions and baboons, the family life of the secretive leopard is captured on film for the first time. Producer Colin Jackson ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher


Producer: Colin Jackson
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Best of Top Gear

Assorted highlights, features and car calamities from the last series.

: Tribe

2/3. Hamar. Bruce Parry continues his adventures among indigenous tribes by observing the initiation rituals of Ethiopia's Hamar people, whose male coming-of-age ceremony involves running across the backs of cattle while naked and smeared with dung. The explorer is invited to take part, but is shocked by the accompanying ceremony for women. Director/Producer James Smith


Unknown: Bruce Parry
Producer: James Smith

: Graham Norton Uncut

Miriam Margolyes is among the guests joining the host as he presents an extended edition of last Thursday's irreverent talk show.
(Revised rpt)


Presenter: Graham Norton
Guest: Miriam Margolyes
Director: Steve Smith
Producer: Jon Magnusson

: Radio 1's Big Weekend

Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman round-up the highlights of the music festival from Preston's Moor Park, which featured Scissor Sisters, Stereophonies, Razorlight, Natasha Bedingfield , Kaiser Chiefs, Bloc Party, Dizzee Rascal , Mika, the Enemy, Fergie and a DJ set from the Klaxons.
Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Mark Cooper Stuart Maconie on Kaiser Chiefs: page 42


Unknown: Zane Lowe
Unknown: Edith Bowman
Unknown: Natasha Bedingfield
Unknown: Dizzee Rascal
Producer: Sally Wood
Producer: Mark Cooper
Producer: Stuart MacOnie

: The Glass Shield

Bleak police drama based on a true story, starring Michael Boatman. A rookie cop, who suffers abuse as the only black policeman at a tough Los Angeles station, must choose between his corrupt colleagues and a young, black suspect. Review page 57.
Director Charles Burnett (1995, 15)


Unknown: Michael Boatman.
Director: Charles Burnett
JJ Johnson: Michael Boatman
Deputy Deborah Fields: Lori Petty
Teddy Woods: Ice Cube
Greenspan: Elliott Gould
Massey: Richard Anderson
Deputy Bono: Don Harvey
Baker: Michael Ironside
Roy Bush: Michael Gregory
Locket: Bernie Casey
Det Jesse Hall: M Emmet Walsh

: Psychomania

Darkly comic horror starring Nicky Henson. A gang leader embarks on a reign of terror after learning the secret of everlasting life from his medium mother. Review page 57.
Director Don Sharp (1972)


Unknown: Nicky Henson.
Director: Don Sharp

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