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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBBC: Dogstar

: CBBC: Watch My Chops

Bernie tries to be a hero.

: CBBC: Hider in the House

Celebrity visitor challenge.

Contributors

Producer: James Longman

: CBBC: TMi

Magazine show with guest Natasha Bedingfield. With Thumb Wrestling Federation and Hedz.

Contributors

Guest: Natasha Bedingfield
Director: Nick Harris

: CBBC: The Sorcerer's Apprentice: 9/10

The children compete for a place in the final.

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Double bill. Tracy tries to make amends.

Contributors

Writer: Gary Lawson
Writer: John Phelps

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

A hockey-playing ghost causes mayhem.

: CBBC: Sportsround

Depending on whether England play in this afternoon's quarter-final of the women's football World Cup, one of the following schedules will apply:

: Animal Park

A baby sea lion is born. (Revised rpt)

: Film 2007 with Jonathan Ross

A review of Kenneth Branagh's As You Like It, Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof and real life drama A Mighty Heart.
(Shown last Tuesday on BBC1)

Contributors

Presenter: Jonathan Ross

: Coast Dorset and Devon's

Jurassic Coast. (Revised rpt)

: Film 2007 with Jonathan Ross Reviews

of As You
Like It and Death Proof.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1

: Women's World Cup Football

Live coverage of the second of today's quarter-finals (kick-off 1.00) from Tianjin in China.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the other quarter-final 9.45am-12 noon

: Abroad Again in Britain

The dockyards in Portsmouth.
Director Colin Murray ; Producer
Allan Campbell

Contributors

Director: Colin Murray
Producer: Allan Campbell

: Golf

Live coverage of the third day's play of the British Masters at the Belfry. Coverage continues tomorrow at 2pm.
Producers Jim Irving and Jo McCusker

Contributors

Producers: Jim Irving
Producers: Jo McCusker

: Golf Coverage of the

third day's play of the British Masters. More tomorrow at 2pm.

: Wildlife on Two

Capuchins - the Monkey Puzzle. The lives of capuchins, reputedly the world's most intelligent species of monkey, which have grasped the concept of using tools such as knives and hammers, and can co-operate to their mutual advantage. Producers Adam Chapman and Mark Linfield
Series editor Sara Ford

Contributors

Producers: Adam Chapman
Producers: Mark Linfield
Editor: Sara Ford

: The Blue Planet

2/8. The Deep. Camera crews journey to the deepest parts of the ocean to explore its inhabitants, many of which are new to science such as jellyfish that flash in darkness. David Attenborough narrates.
Producer/Series editor Alastair Fothergill

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Editor: Alastair Fothergill

: Porridge

The Hustler. Betting fever sweeps Slade Prison , but the stakes soon rise too high for some of the inmates. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby

Contributors

Unknown: Slade Prison
Unknown: Dick Clement
Unknown: Ian La Frenais

: Michael Palin's New Europe

1/6. War and Peace. Setting off on his travels again, the adventurer heads for countries that were for much of his life hidden behind the Iron Curtain.
From high in the Julian Alps of Slovenia along the magical coast of Croatia, and deep into Bosnia and Serbia, he discovers new countries coming to terms with the bloody wars that created them as well as reaping the benefits of peace and EU membership. Shown last Sunday on BBC1

: Nureyev: from Russia with Love

DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
An intriguing profile of the early years of ballet star Rudolf Nureyev before his dramatic defection from the Soviet Union in 1961. Following his time as a ballet student in Leningrad and his three years as a soloist with the Kirov Theatre, the programme reveals a star already in the making, with footage shown for the first time of him on- and off-stage in Leningrad. The film Romeo and Juliet, which stars Rudolf Nureyev , follows at 11pm on BBC4.
Writer/Producer John Bridcut (HD) The leap to freedom: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Rudolf Nureyev
Unknown: Rudolf Nureyev
Producer: John Bridcut

: Ql

1/12; series five. Host Stephen Fry explores the subject of engineering with guests Alan Davies , Jimmy Carr , Rob Brydon and Bill Bailey.
Shown yesterday

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Jimmy Carr
Unknown: Rob Brydon
Unknown: Bill Bailey.

: Tribe

5/6; series three. Layap. Bruce Parry joins up with the isolated Layap people in the Himalayan mountain kingdom of Bhutan.
Shown last Tuesday FOCUS MAGAZINE: the autumn issue has an interview with Bruce Parry. Out now, priced £3.40

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Parry
Unknown: Bruce Parry.

: Women's World Cup Football

Highlights from today's two quarter-final ties in the Women's World Cup in China, where the four qualifiers from Groups A and B battle it out. <s)

: Family Guy

Series three. Emission Impossible
Peter and Lois decide to have another baby, but Stewie is horrified at the idea. (Rxs)
1.40 To Love and Die in Dixie. The Griffins are put into a witness protection scheme. The next episode is on Monday at 11.50pm.

: This Is Elvis

Biographical account of Elvis Presley's life and career, which combines documentary footage, home movies and dramatic reconstructions. Review page 47.
Directors Malcolm Leo and Andrew Solt (1981,12)

Contributors

Directors: Malcolm Leo
Directors: Andrew Solt








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