Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Ang and Xuan Chi are ambushed.
Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Nev present. Featuring cartoons including Jakers!, Even Stevens, Arthur and Batfink.
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Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton are joined by Just Jack and Angellica Bell to watch classic TV clips from the archives and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer.
Angellica Bell co-presents The Great British Village Show at 7.20pm on BBC1
6/6. Weekly round-up featuring an interview with Graham Poll.
Revised repeat from Monday BBC1
The point of view of a sheepdog. (Revised rpt)
Live coverage of the Catalonia Grand Prix from the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona. Presented by Suzi Perry.
Producer Belinda Rogerson - Digital viewers can access post-race interviews and analysis 1.50-2.30pm
Bradford Bulls v Huddersfield
Live coverage of this afternoons Challenge Cup quarter-final at the Grattan Stadium (kick-off
2.15). The Bulls have won this competition twice since the turn of the century, beating Leeds Rhinos on both occasions.
Introduced by Clare Balding.
Sue Barker presents live coverage of the men's French
Open final from Roland Garros , where the champion of the second Grand Slam of the year will be crowned. Digital viewers can watch live coverage 10.00am-7.00pm
Profile of the American lyric soprano who won the coveted title of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World in 2005, looking at her achievements. BBC Cardiff
Singer of the World is on Monday at 7.30pm on BBC4. Director/Producer Rhian Williams Classical X Factor: page 37
10/11. Rainforests for the Future. The state of Gabon in west Africa has endured great tragedy in its short history, but is now devising ambitious projects to preserve its land and protect its local wildlife.
Shown last Wednesday
4/5. Superpower Food. Stefan Gates discovers that the booming economies of China and India hide a huge division in what their peoples eat. After sampling the menu at a Beijing penis restaurant, he tries to shake off his minders to talk to one of China's poverty-stricken farmers. Then in India, he joins the "untouchables" who eat rat and visits a higher caste army employed to keep them in their place. Producers Chris Alcock and Ruhi Hamed ; Executive producer
Will Daws First shown on BBC4
2/8; series three. Journeying along the coast from Bournemouth to Plymouth, Neil Oliver finds out about the building of Britain's most famous lighthouse on the perilous Eddystone rocks. Meanwhile, Alice Roberts investigates the secret formula for the perfect sandcastle and Dick Strawbridge joins an American serviceman on his emotional return to the beach where he was left for dead during the Second World War's secret, and disastrous, Operation Tiger.
Series producer Steve Evanson ; Executive producer William Lyons
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Just days before he chooses his latest apprentice, Sir Alan Sugar looks back on this year's candidates, assesses their performances and reveals how he decided who to tell: "You're fired!" The Apprentice final is on Wednesday at 9pm on BBC1.
Director/Producer Claire Hobday Rptd tomorrow at T120pm
Powerful social drama starring Edward Norton and Edward Furlong. A white supremacist recently released from jail sees the error of his ways and tries to rid his younger brother of his racial prejudices. Film of the Day: page 53.
Director Tony Kaye (1998, 18)
Dr Robert Sweeney:
Unconventional horror thriller starring Brittany Murphy and Michael Biehn. A serial killer targets teenagers at a Virginia high school - and they're all virgins. Review page 53.
Director Geoffrey Wright (1999, 18)
The reopening of London's
Royal Festival Hall. Shown yesterday at 7.20pm
Bleak prison drama starring Burt Lancaster. As a convict at Westgate
Penitentiary plans a prison break, a sadistic officer ferments trouble for his own ends. Review page 53. Director Jules Dassin (1947) (BW)