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Master Chin believes the Monkey Band may be calling to him.
Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Nev present. Featuring cartoons including Arthur, Even Stevens, Batfink and Jakers!
Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton welcome Melanie C and EastEnders actor Charlie Clements, 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 Â£2.99
5/6 Sports magazine, presented by Gabby Logan.
(Revised repeat from last Monday on BBC1)
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Live coverage of the Italian Grand Prix from Mugello, where the sixth round of the season takes place. Presented by Suzi Perry
Producer Belinda Rogerson
Digital viewers can access post-race interviews and analysis 1.50-2.30pm
Highlights of the World Cup regatta in Linz, Austria, where
Great Britain will be looking to find early form at the opening event of the season in the countdown to next year's Olympics.
Producer Sally Richardson
Digital satellite and cable viewers can watch live coverage
10.00-11.00am and 12.25-3.0Opm
Live coverage of the Grand Prix meeting from the Scotstoun
Stadium in Glasgow, a warm-up meeting ahead of August's world championships. One of the highlights is expected to be the men's 400m, where American sensation Xavier Carter is in action. Presented by Hazel Irvine. Producer Helen Kuttner ; Executive producerMartin Webster
Highlights of the second day in the eighth and final event of the World Series at Murrayfield, featuring the semi-finals and final. A three-way tussle for the title is expected between defending champions Fiji, six-time winners New Zealand and Samoa as they have all won tournaments this season and boast prolific try-scorers in the shape of Fijian William Ryder , Nigel Hunt of New Zealand and Samoa's
Mikaele Pesamino. John Inverdale presents.
Saba Douglas-Hamilton travels to the Arctic Circle to live with the Sami reindeer herders of Norway and participate in the winter reindeer round-up when she must adventure into a sea of antlers and hooves amid 2,000 animals.
Producer Martin Hughes-Games ; Editor Fiona Pitcher
New series 1/8; series three.Shetland to Orkney. As the Bafta Award-winning series returns, Neil Oliver joins an expedition climbing the Old Man of Hoy in Orkney and finds out about the Second World War freedom fighters who risked their lives running the "Shetland Bus". Miranda Krestovnikoff goes in search of an elusive octopus, Nicholas Crane finds evidence of a tsunami that devastated Britain
7,000 years ago and Dr Alice Roberts unearths a mysterious skeleton that reveals more about the lives of ancient Shetlanders.
Director/Producer Nigel Walk Repeated next Saturday
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Parents, friends and former bosses, as well as Sir Alan's aides Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford, discuss the real people behind the personas that are still left in this year's competition.
The next episode of The Apprentice is on Wednesday at 9pm on BBC1.
Rptd tomorrow 11.20pm
The year 1977 was a crucial one in the life of reggae superstar Bob Marley. After an attempt on his life in his home that he was lucky to survive, he was forced to move from Jamaica to London. But despite his exile, it was the album that Marley made in London, his first outside Jamaica, that was to prove the springboard that propelled his music and his message of Rastafari across the planet, and which Time magazine would vote as the album of the century. Director Anthony Wall ; Executive producers Chris Blackwell and Suzette Newman
The Music Club looks at the creation of Exodus on Radio 2 tomorrow at 11.30pm
8/8. Special extended version, with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
Shown yesterday at 10.15pm on BBC1 (Revised Rpt)
Crime drama starring Jimmy Cliff. A young Jamaican arrives in Kingston to break into the music business, but finds himself drawn into a world of violence and corruption. With subtitles. Review page 41.
Director Perry Henzell (1972, 15)
Stephen Dillane and Kerry Fox. When free-spirited Catherine witnesses a strange phenomenon near her parents' farm, she believes it to be a sign that her brother will recover from leukaemia. Review page 41. Directors Simon Beaufoy , Bille Eltringham (1999. 12)