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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Jelly finds out about a festival.

Followed by Tweenies Songtime

: CBeebies: Numberjacks

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

Upsy Daisy teaches Igglepiggle how to jump.

: CBBC: Do Something Different

Sam and Mark hit the road getting kids to try new activities.
Digital viewers press red to see a variety of short films on children doing something different

: CBBC: Mona the Vampire

A giant plant comes to life.

: CBBC: SMart

Mark Speight works as a caricature artist.

Contributors

Presenter: Mark Speight

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

Shaggy and the gang visit the Scooby Snax factory.

: CBBC: The Fairly Odd Parents

Double bill.

: Top Cat

Benny's new racehorse gives Top Cat a few ideas.

: The Future is Wild

Picturing the Amazon basin in five million years.

: Coast

A look at Northern Ireland's coastline. (Revised Rpt)

: The Daily Politics

Parliamentary reports.

: Working Lunch

Business news presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
[web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Adam Shaw
Presenter: Nik Wood

: Wildlife on Two

Lizards reminiscent of mythical creatures. (Revised Rpt)

: Nature's Calendar

Mike Dilger hunts for Britain's biggest butterfly.

Contributors

Presenter: Mike Dilger

: Living in the Sun

A couple house-hunting on the Costa Tropical.

: Escape to the Country

A Streatham couple move to Cambridgeshire.

: Flog It!

Paul Martin is looking for some bargains in Corby.

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Martin

: Ready Steady Cook

With figure skaters John and Sinead Kerr.

Contributors

Guest: John Kerr
Guest: Sinead Kerr

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz.

: Animal Park: Wild on the West Coast: 2/10

Ben Fogle and Kate Humble observe a great white shark's attack on an elephant seal, before meeting scientists who are risking their lives to rescue a peregrine falcon chick.

Contributors

Presenter: Ben Fogle
Presenter: Kate Humble

: The Truth about Food: How to Stay Young and Beautiful

Liza Tarbuck finds out how the colour of some foods can fight the ageing process, how eating spinach might save your eyesight and how tomatoes could keep your skin wrinkle-free. She also asks, is drinking two litres of water per day really the secret to smooth skin?

Contributors

Presenter: Liza Tarbuck
Producer: Giles Harrison
Series producer: Alice Harper

: James May's 20th Century

5/6: Inventing the Teenager
In the 20th century the teenager emerged as a breed apart from the rest of the population. Was it the promise of sex? Pop music? Or a 50cc motorbike? James finds out.

8.30 6/6: Big City, Bright Lights
As one hundred thousand is added to the number of people living in cities around the world every day, James investigates how we created the increasingly urban planet.

James May returns to the day job in Top Gear - Polar Special tomorrow at 8pm

Contributors

Presenter: James May
Director/Producer: Dan Walker

: Coast: 6/8

On the wild and desolate west coast of Ireland, sea cliffs twice the height of Big Ben stand imperiously against 30ft waves. On a journey from Galway Bay to the Fastnet Rock, Ireland's southernmost point. Neil Oliver discovers how mysterious flotsam inspired Columbus's journey to the New World. Elsewhere, Alice Roberts explores the botanical puzzle of the Burren, and visits the monastery on the tiny island of Skellig Michael, where Christianity survived the fall of the Roman Empire.
Postponed from 8 July
Rptd next Saturday, with a signed repeat tomorrow at 1.15am on BBC1
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Track the progress of the series with a free Open University map, available by calling [number removed] (landline calls cost a maximum of 8p per minute)
Find out more at [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Neil Oliver
Presenter: Alice Roberts
Series producer: Steve Evanson
Exec producer: William Lyons

: Sensitive Skin: 5/6: Kiss of Life

Series two. As Roger stands trial for fraud, Davina discovers that her doctor might be interested in more than just her health.

RT Direct: order Sensitive Skin series one DVD for just £19.99 incl p&p. Call [number removed] (landline calls cost a maximum of 8p per min); or send a cheque payable to BBC Shop to: [address removed]; or visit [web address removed] and enter code [number removed] at the checkout

Contributors

Writer/Producer/Director: Hugo Blick
Davina Jackson: Joanna Lumley
Roger Dorkins: Nicholas Jones
Veronica Dorkins: Maggie Steed
Leonard Richards: Patrick Malahide
Matthew Clasper: Simon Williams

: Newsnight

Presented by Emily Maitlis.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Emily Maitlis

: Soul Britannia: 2/3. Soul Rebels

The history of British soul music from the late 1960s when ska, rocksteady and reggae became popular, to the early 1980s when hip-hop changed the genre's sound for ever.
Contributors include Paul Weller and Jazzie B.
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Interviewee: Paul Weller
Interviewee: Jazzie B
Producer/Director: Jeremy Marre

: Kingdom Hospital

9/13: Butterfingers
A baseball player's failed suicide attempt leaves him hanging on to life in the haunted hospital. (R)

1.00 10/13: The Passion of Reverend Jimmy
The mystery of Mary's death is solved.

Next episode tomorrow at 1.20am

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