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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

The gang meet Milton's pet flea.
Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: ChuckleVision

Followed by Newsround

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Ben throws a huge "secret" party.


Writer: Laura Summers

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

The Dog Stars receive chew toys. (R) (S)

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden

Igglepiggle spreads dirt.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBeebies: Something Special

How to sign pet animals.

: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

A meal with a football theme.

: Britain's Best Buildings

The Forth Bridge, arguably the greatest symbol of the Victorian railways.

: The Daily Politics

Parliamentary reports.

: Wimbledon 2007

The second week of Wimbledon continues with competitors battling it out in the fourth round of the men's and ladies' singles. In last year's final 16 Marcos Baghdatis from Cyprus ousted crowd favourite Andrew Murray. Action from Centre Court starts at 1pm. (HD - live Centre Court and Number One Court coverage only)
Digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from coverage of up to five live matches, plus extra features, via the red button. Freeview viewers can watch action from two additional courts. Also available at [Web Address Removed]
Raying with fire: page 30; access clips of bad behaviour at Wimbledon at [Web Address Removed]

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: Stupid

: CBBC: SMart

How to make artworks with chocolate.

: CBBC: Serious Andes

The climb continues.
Serious Andes Diary follows on CBBC Channel
Digital viewers can press red for behind-the-scenes footage, weekdays 7am-7pm

: CBBC: Newsround

: CBBC: Shaun the Sheep

Double bill.

: Wimbledon 2007

Coverage continues from the famous grass courts at the All England Club, with places in the quarter-final up for grabs in the men's and ladies'singles matches. Plus doubles action in the men's, ladies' and mixed events. Last year's doubles winners were American brothers Bob and Mike Bryan in the men's, Zi Van and Jie Zheng from China in the ladies', and Israeli Andy Ram with Russian Vera Zvonareva in the mixed final. Commentators include Chris Bradnam, Andrew Castle, John Lloyd and David Mercer.
(HD -live Centre and Number One Court coverage only)
Digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from coverage of up to five live matches, plus highlights, news, latest scores and results, by pressing the red button on the handset. Freeview viewers can watch action from two additional courts. Live action and highlights are also available at [web address removed] Playing with fire: page 30
Access clips of bad behaviour at Wimbledon at [web address removed]


Unknown: Mike Bryan
Unknown: Zi Van
Unknown: Jie Zheng
Unknown: Vera Zvonareva
Unknown: Chris Bradnam
Unknown: Andrew Castle
Unknown: John Lloyd
Unknown: David Mercer.

: Today at Wimbledon

John Inverdale presents coverage of the pick of today's fourth-round matches in the singles events. There were no surprises in the men's final 16 in 2006, with the remaining top seeds in the draw, including Mario Ancic from Croatia and Australian
Lleyton Hewitt , making it through to the quarter-final stage. Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am


Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Mario Ancic
Unknown: Lleyton Hewitt

: Peter and Dan Snow: 20th CenturyBattlefields

5/8. Vietnam -. The Tet Offensive was the turning point in the Vietnam War. After years of hard fighting between the Northern communists and the Viet
Cong against the Southern armies and the Americans, South Vietnam erupted in a series of surprise communist attacks during the Vietnamese new year holiday of Tet. The shocking media images of the fighting persuaded the American public that it wasn't winning the war at all; they ultimately withdrew after President Johnson's resignation.
Director Renuka Chapman ; Series producer Danielle Peck Download Dan Snow 's video podcast at www.bbc.co.uk/history


Director: Renuka Chapman
Producer: Danielle Peck
Unknown: Dan Snow

: Have I Got Old News for You

5/8. Satirical quiz hosted by Alexander Armstrong , with panellists Fern Britton and Andy Hamilton.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting


Unknown: Alexander Armstrong
Unknown: Fern Britton
Unknown: Andy Hamilton.
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Jo Bunting

: Newsnight

Presented by Gavin Esler.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight


Presented By: Gavin Esler.
Editor: Peter Barron

: Balderdash & Piffle

7/8.Who Were They? On the trail of some real people whose names have been immortalised in the English language, including Gordon Bennett and Fanny Adams. Shown last Friday The series concludes on Friday at 10pm


Unknown: Gordon Bennett
Unknown: Fanny Adams.

: Talking Movies

Reviews from the US cinema scene.

: Lawman

Tough western starring
Burt Lancaster. Marshal Jered Maddox rides into a nearby town to arrest seven cowboys accused of murder - and his sense of justice compels him to carry out his duty, even though all the inhabitants are against him. Review page 58.
Director Michael Winner (1971,15)
Followed by The Witness


Unknown: Burt Lancaster.
Unknown: Jered Maddox
Director: Michael Winner
Jered Maddox: Burt Lancaster
Cotton Ryan: Robert Ryan
Vincent Bronson: Lee J Cobb
Laura Shelby: Sheree North
Lucas: Joseph Wiseman
Vernon Adams: Robert Duvall

: BBC Learning Zone

Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Ma France With in-vision subtitles.

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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