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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Jelly plays with her teddy.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: ChuckleVision

Followed by Newsround

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

The kids leave the city.

Contributors

Writer: Gary Parker

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

Mechanikat tries to get his paws on some kryptonite.

: CBeebies: Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

Ben arranges flowers.

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated

10.30 Big Slam Poetry (ages 7-11)

10.50 BBC Primary Geography (ages 9-11)

: Churchill's Bodyguard

An assassin tries to shoot the prime minister.

: The Daily Politics

Parliamentary reports.

: Working Lunch

A look at a business that started up in 1997. How has it fared in the Blair years?

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Pod's Mission (ages 8-9) Double bill.

: Animal Park

A Pere David deer calf's life hangs in the balance. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Pere David

: Living in the Sun

A brother and sister who have opened a disco-bar.

: Royal Ascot

Featuring the St James Palace Stakes at 3.45, the Queen Anne Stakes at 4.20 and the Ascot
Stakes at 4.45. Courses for horses: page 45

Contributors

Unknown: Queen Anne Stakes

: Weakest Link

Back-stabbing quiz.

: The People's Quiz - Wildcard

Nine more challengers compete to win the wild card place in the People's Quiz Grand Final, where the prize money will be more than £200,000.

: Let Me Entertain You

Eyeing a place in Friday's final are swing band
Hullabaloo, dance duo Adagio, 16-year-old singer from Grimsby Emily Pearson, and one-man band
Bruce Thompson. Hosted by Brian Conley.

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Thompson.
Unknown: Brian Conley.

: The Apprentice

12/12. It's crunch time as the two survivors of the 12-week interview process face their final challenge. In front of an audience of 100 property, finance and architectural experts, they must each present their own proposal as to what to do with the space that will be left once a £120 million building on London's South Bank - acquired by Sir Alan last year - is demolished. The loser will be shown the door, but the winner will clinch a coveted job in Sir Alan Sugar 's empire.
Series producer Kelly Webb-Lamb ; Exec producer Michele Kurland Shown last Wednesday on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Alan Sugar
Producer: Kelly Webb-Lamb
Producer: Michele Kurland

: Natural World

The King Cobra and I. The wold's largest venomous snake can rear up to a height of 6ft and emit enough venom to kill an elephant. To the relief of many, the species is in decline, yet Romulus Whitaker is fighting its corner as he tries to set up a sanctuary in India to breed snakes and release them back into the wild. Producer Harry Marshall ; Series editor Tim Martin

Contributors

Unknown: Romulus Whitaker
Producer: Harry Marshall
Editor: Tim Martin

: Wild Owl Farm

An update on the barn owl family first introduced on Springwatch with Bill Oddie in 2005.

Contributors

Presenter: Bill Oddie
Producer: Colin Jackson
Series Producer: Wendy Darke

: Andrew Marr's History of Modern Britain

5/5. New Britannia. The journalist's epic national saga draws to a close with an examination of the post-Thatcher years. Many eventually did well under Thatcher, but just as Britons were getting used to the good things in life, boom began to turn to bust and belt-tightening was once again the order of the day. John Major could not find that elusive "feel-good factor", so enter New Labour's smiling master of spin, Tony Blair. Marr charts the major events of both Major's and Blair's years in power, including Black Wednesday, the dawn of the world wide web, war in Iraq, and the growing awareness of global warming, considering the nation's final shift from an imperial power to an island at the heart of an increasingly global economy.
Andrew Marr presents Age of Genius at 11.20pm.

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Marr
Director/Producer: Tom Giles

: QI

Panellists Rory Bremner , Phill Jupitus ,
Ronni Ancona and Alan Davies discuss the intricacies of dictionaries, while Stephen Fry keeps order.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd

Contributors

Unknown: Rory Bremner
Unknown: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Ronni Ancona
Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Director: Ian Lorimer
Producer: John Lloyd

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Age of Genius: BBC4 on BBC2

Andrew Marr presents a drama documentary exploring Edinburgh's intellectual legacy, focusing on the impact on society of philosopher David Hume and economist Adam Smith.
Director/Producer Andrew Hutton
Bird in the Air Pump is on tomorrow at 11.20pm

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Marr
Unknown: David Hume
Unknown: Adam Smith.
Producer: Andrew Hutton

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 A-Z of Politics 16372 3.00 Active Citizenship: Get Involved 76597 3.30 Oddsquad
4.00 Study Ireland: Citizenship 2000








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