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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Star-gazing.
Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBeebies: Tommy Zoom

Tommy steals Daniel's glory.

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

Upsy Daisy wants to look at the pretty flowers. (S)

: CBBC: Do Something Different

Children face unique challenges.
Digital viewers can press red to see short films on children doing something different

: CBBC: Mona the Vampire

Sam and Ella run the cafeteria.

: CBBC: SMart

Chainsaw art.

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

The van comes to life.

: CBBC: Really Wild Show

Cave-dwelling creatures.

: CBBC: Watch My Chops

Double bill.
Corneil inherits a fortune, while John plans a surprise.

: CBBC: Even Stevens

Louis stands up to the older kids.

: Dangermouse

The leaders of the world laugh themselves to death.

: The Munsters

Herman takes part in a drag-racing contest. (BW)

: The Future Is Wild

Gloomworms, slickribbons and garden worms.

: Top Cat

Fancy gives away a valuable item of jewellery. (R) (S)

: Working Lunch

Business news presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood. (5)

Contributors

Presented By: Adam Shaw
Presented By: Nik Wood.

: Golf

Live coverage of the historic opening round of the Women's
British Open, as the event is staged on the Old Course at St Andrews for the very first time. Reigning champion Sherri Steinhauer of the USA faces stiff competition from the likes of rejuvenated player Laura Davies , who won the tournament more than 20 years ago, and Swede
Annika Sorenstam , who hopes to maintain her run of a major victory every year since 2001. With Hazel Irvine. Further coverage of the Open continues tomorrow at 1.30pm. Producer Kate McKeag ; Executive producer Paul Davies

Contributors

Unknown: St Andrews
Unknown: Sherri Steinhauer
Unknown: Laura Davies
Unknown: Annika Sorenstam
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.
Producer: Kate McKeag
Producer: Paul Davies

: Weakest Link

Against-the-clock quiz.

: Animal Park: Wild on the West Coast

9/10. In California, Ben Fogle and Kate Humble witness a pod of killer whales on the attack. Lulubelle the tiny orphan fur seal gets new playmates.

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Fogle

: Building Britain

5/6. Linda Barker investigates the multibillion pound high-rise redevelopment project that is set to transform the skylines of Leeds and Bradford. Director/Producer Hugo Smith
First shown on BBC1 Yorkshire/Lincolnshire

Contributors

Unknown: Linda Barker

: The Museum

10/10. Beyond Bloomsbury. Following the construction of an 18ft image of the Hindu goddess Durga, which is to be immersed in the Thames during the upcoming Durga Puja festival - the first of its kind in the UK.
Producer Anthony Holland ; Exec producer Sam Organ

Contributors

Producer: Anthony Holland
Producer: Sam Organ

: Dragons' Den: Where Are They Now?

4/4. What has happened to the two women who enraged the Dragons with their pitch for a women's construction business? And will Theo Paphitis be eating his words, after he told an entrepreneur his beach towel doubling as a surfing aid was "as useful as a pair of knickers on a kipper"? Evan Davis finds out. (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Theo Paphitis
Unknown: Evan Davis

: Mock the Week

4/12. Jo Caulfield and Adam Hills join regulars Frankie Boyle , Hugh Dennis , Russell Howard and Andy Parsons. Producer Mark Leveson ; Series producer Dan Patterson
Repeated tomorrow at 11.35pm What Ian Rankin 's watching: page

Contributors

Unknown: Jo Caulfield
Unknown: Adam Hills
Unknown: Frankie Boyle
Unknown: Hugh Dennis
Unknown: Russell Howard
Unknown: Andy Parsons.
Producer: Mark Leveson
Producer: Dan Patterson
Unknown: Ian Rankin

: Hyperdrive

4/6; series two. Harvest. Teal is delighted to receive a promotion, but faces her biggest challenge when she discovers the dangerous Red Shiny Robots of Vortis plan to attack and harvest the crew's minds.
Writers Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley ; Director John Henderson
Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor Rptd next Wednesday

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Cecil
Unknown: Andy Riley
Director: John Henderson
Cdr Henderson: Nick Frost
First Officer York: Kevin Eldon
Diplomatic Officer Teal: Miranda Hart
Jeffers: Dan Antopolski
Vine: Stephen Evans
Sandstrom: Petra Massey
Captain Helix: Waen Shepherd
Lead Robot: Dan Tetsell
Robot Four: Ben Crowe
Humanoid Alien: John Roy
Voices: Ewan Bailey

: Still Game: Seconds Out

4/7. Boabby and Stevie vie for the attention of the new pizza girl. Guest-starring Michelle McManus and former boxer Jim Watt.

Contributors

Writer: Greg Hemphill
Writer: Ford Kiernan
Director: Michael Hines
Producer: Angela Murray
Jack Jarvis: Ford Kiernan
Victor McDade: Greg Hemphill
Winston Ingram: Paul Riley
Tam Mullen: Mark Cox
Isa Drennan: Jane McCarry
Navid Harrid: Sanjeev Kohli
Boabby the barman: Gavin Mitchel
Stevie: Matt Costello
Michelle McManus: Michelle McManus
Jim Watt: Jim Watt

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: Heroes

3/23. One Giant Leap. Hiro convinces his friend they must go to America to save the world. See yesterday's choice. Shown yesterday at 9pm For cast see yesterday (HD)

: Following

The first of tonight's double bill celebrating British Film season is a convoluted thriller in which an aspiring writer's habit of following strangers leads him into a web of intrigue when he becomes involved in burglary. Review page 44.
Director Christopher Nolan (1998,15) (BW)

Contributors

Director: Christopher Nolan

: The Scarlet Thread

Downbeat crime thriller with Kathleen Byron and Laurence Harvey. A bungled robbery in which a man is shot dead has devastating effects for a young petty crook. Review page 44.
Director Lewis Gilbert (1951) (BW)

Contributors

Unknown: Kathleen Byron
Unknown: Laurence Harvey.
Director: Lewis Gilbert








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