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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Finding out about snow.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime

: CBeebies: CBeebies Springwatch

PC Plum and Jelly get busy.

: CBBC: Springwatch Trackers

Update from the participating youngsters.
Springwatch continues at 8.00pm

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

A toy shop is destroyed.

: CBBC: SMart

Creating an exhibit for the Saatchi gallery.

: The Magic Pudding

Animated fantasy adventure featuring the voices of John Cleese , Geoffrey Rush and Sam Neill. Koala bear BunyipBluegum heads off in search of his missing parents. On his journey he makes several new friends including a magical pudding. Review Page 62-
Director Karl Zwicky (2000, U)


Unknown: John Cleese
Unknown: Geoffrey Rush
Unknown: Sam Neill.
Director: Karl Zwicky

: Dangermouse

The crime-busting rodent and his sidekick Penfold are on a planet inhabited by giant cats.

: Working Lunch

The day's money news, plus answers to viewers' insurance questions.

CONTACT: email [email address removed] or visit [web address removed]


Editor: Tracey Hobbs

: Racing

coverage at 4.05 of one of the five classics, the Oaks, the "fillies
Derby". Won so impressively last yearbytheAidanO'Bnentrained Alexandrova it could it be an eighth success in this race for legendary trainer Henry Cecil , whose horses have been in great form this season. Other starts at
1.40, 2.10, 2.45 and 3.25.
Introduced by Clare Balding , with Willie Carson , RishiPersad, Jim McGrath , Angus Loughran , Ian Bartlett and Ray Cochrane.
Editor Dermot Cumiskey


Unknown: Henry Cecil
Introduced By: Clare Balding
Unknown: Willie Carson
Unknown: Jim McGrath
Unknown: Angus Loughran
Unknown: Ian Bartlett
Unknown: Ray Cochrane.
Editor: Dermot Cumiskey

: Flog It! Ten of the Best

5/10. The top ten shrewdest purchases ever seen on the show.

: Weakest Link

General knowledge quiz.

: The People's Quiz - Wildcard

Nine challengers compete for the chance to win the Wildcard place in the People's Quiz grand final.
Series producer James Fox : Executive producer Eileen Herlihy


Producer: James Fox
Producer: Eileen Herlihy

: Let Me Entertain You

Featuring the four best acts from across the week, as well as the best runner-up, each trying to earn a place in the final. Presented by Brian Conley.


Presenter: Brian Conley

: Virtual World, Real Millions

Millions of us are opting out of real life and signing up to "live" in computer worlds like Second Life instead. In this Money Programme special, Max Flint sets up shop in the cyber world and finds out how it's possible to live a virtual life and make a real fortune. Producer Steve Crabtree ; Editor Clive Edwards


Unknown: Max Flint
Producer: Steve Crabtree
Editor: Clive Edwards

: Derby Day Preview

A look ahead to tomorrow's big race.

: Springwatch

Catch up with what's been happening this week. Plus the latest on all those now familiar animal characters and a look ahead to the weekend.

: Gardeners' World

The long borders get some attention as Monty plants out annual climbers and preens perennials. Carol offers advice about culinary herbs, while Joe takes a trip to the late Geoff Hamilton 's garden at Barnsdale. Producer Louise Hampdert Seres producer Rosemary Edwards Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 46


Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Producer: Louise Hampdert Seres
Producer: Rosemary Edwards
Producer: Alan Titchmarsh

: Sea of Fire

HMS Coventry brought down more aircraft than any other ship during the Falklands War. As other British ships sank around them, it seemed she was invincible, until orders came to lure enemy bombers away from the troops landing in San Carlos Bay. By late afternoon on 25 May 1982 it had survived two raids and shot down three enemy planes. But then the Argentinians launched one last attack.
Director Ian Duncan ; Producers Ian Duncan /Leesa Rumley


Director: Ian Duncan
Producers: Ian Duncan
Producers: Leesa Rumley

: Balderdash & Piffle

4/8; series two. Dodgy Dealings. Why do we have such a soft spot for lovable rogues? Suggs is on the hunt of the original "jack the lad", Neil Oliver gets stuck into Glasgow slang and presenter Victoria Coren is hot on the heels of the "spiv".
Director/Producer Helena Braun


Unknown: Neil Oliver
Presenter: Victoria Coren
Producer: Helena Braun

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.


Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: Newsnight Review Special with Damien Hirst

Kirsty Wark conducts an extended interview with one of Britain's most successful artists, Damien Hirst.
Series producer Tanya Hudson


Unknown: Kirsty Wark
Artists: Damien Hirst.
Producer: Tanya Hudson

: Later.... with Jools Holland

5/6. With performances by the legendary Who, quirky anthemic rockers Kaiser Chiefs, the thumping White Stripes, Silversun Pick-Ups and Pink Martini.
(Stuart Maconie on Kaiser Chiefs: page 42)


Presenter/Musician: Jools Holland
Musicians: The Who
Musicians: Kaiser Chiefs
Musicians: White Stripes
Musicians: Silversun Pick-Ups
Musicians: Pink Martini
Director: Janet Fraser Cook
Series Producer: Alison Howe

: Superfly

Cult blaxploitation starring
Ron O'Neal. Superfly is a suave coke dealer who plans to pull out of the drug business after one last mammoth score. But will he be allowed to? Review page 62.
Director Gordon Parks Jr (1972,18)


Unknown: Ron O'Neal.

: Star Trek

Assignment - Earth
The Enterprise crew encounter a mysterious space traveller.

3.00 Spock's Brain
Spock's brain is stolen and used to power a computer.

: Malcolm in the Middle: Polly in the Middle

Polly dates both Abe and Craig.

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