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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBBC: The Basil Brush Show

Children's comedy.

: CBBC: SMart

With Harry Potter stars James and Oliver Phelps.
on BBC1

Contributors

Guest: James Phelps
Guest: Oliver Phelps
Director: Martin Williams
Producer: Hugh Lawton

: Women's World Cup

Football The third-place play-off match (kick-off 10.00). The final can be seen live from 12.45pm.
Producer tan Finch: Editor Lance Hardy

Contributors

Editor: Lance Hardy

: Something for the Weekend

Highlights from the series.
Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott

Contributors

Producer: Catherine Mann
Producers: Henrietta Conrad
Producers: Sebastian Scott

: Animal Park

The ankole cattle need a blood test. (Revised rpt)

: Rugby League

Highlights of Super League play-off action.

: Women's World CupFootball

Live coverage of the final from
Shanghai (kick-off 1.00).

: Racing

The card from Ascot, with starts at 3.10, 3.45 and 4.20. Director Stephen Docherty
Producer Dermot Cumiskey
)igital viewers (not Freeview) can watch ive coverage from Ascot 2.00-3.00pm

Contributors

Director: Stephen Docherty
Producer: Dermot Cumiskey

: Cycling

The road race at the World Road Cycling championships. <s)
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the men's road race from Stuttgart
9.30am-4.30pm

: Great North Run Highlights

Jonathan Edwards presents action from the world's largest half-marathon, which has been staged on the streets from Newcastle to South
Shields since 1981. Featuring both elite athletes and thousands of fun-runners.

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Edwards

: Coast

Nicholas Crane visits some of the remotest parts of the west coast of Scotland and investigates the tale of the Lords of the Isles. Revised rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Crane

: Ray Mears's Wild Food

3/5. Wetland. The intrepid survivalist continues his exploration of the Stone Age diet by travelling
Britain's wetlands - habitats rich in wild foods that were also the highways of that era. Seeking to discover the foods savoured by our hunter/gatherer ancestors, Mears processes water lily seeds, spear-fishes from a canoe and tastes plant matter from a pollen core that's thousands of years old. Producer Tuppence Stone
Executive producer Ben Southwell

Contributors

Producer: Ben Southwell

: Everest: Doctors in the Death Zone

2/2. The extraordinary scientific expedition of climbing doctors reaches a tense conclusion. This documentary in the Horizon strand follows Dr Mike Grocott and his team, whose greatest goal is to discover a genetic link that allows some to survive low oxygen while others die. But to do this they must push themselves to the extreme. Standing 8,850m in the sky, Everest is in the "death zone" and by climbing into this hostile environment they will be putting their own lives on the line.
Producer Rob Liddell ; Executive producer Andrew Cohen

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Mike Grocott
Producer: Rob Liddell
Producer: Andrew Cohen

: Stephen Fry: 50 Not Out

A man whose career spans more than 25 years and many dimensions, this is a celebration to mark Stephen Fry's 50th birthday. Tributes to the comedian, actor, director, writer, presenter and documentary maker come from a host of stars including Hugh Laurie, Emma Thompson, Kenneth Branagh, Ben Elton, Richard Curtis, Jonathan Ross, Michael Parkinson, Russell Brand and Nigella Lawson.

Stephen Fry: HIV and Me is on Tuesday at 9pm. See yesterday's choice.
Series producer: Danny Dignan
Executive producer: Bea Ballard
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Hugh Laurie
Unknown: Emma Thompson
Unknown: Kenneth Branagh
Unknown: Ben Elton
Unknown: Richard Curtis
Unknown: Jonathan Ross
Unknown: Michael Parkinson
Unknown: Nigella Lawson.
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Producer: Danny Dignan
Producer: Bea Ballard

: Match of the Day 2

Highlights of today's only Premier League fixture, Everton v Middlesbrough, sees the home side's record signing Yakubu attempting to put one over on his old club. Adrian Chiles presents.
Producer Richard Carr ; Editor Mark Demuth

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Producer: Richard Carr
Editor: Mark Demuth

: Heroes

11/23. Fallout. The meaning behind Isaac's depiction of a nuclear attack becomes clearer, with major repercussions for one hero.
11.25 12/23. Godsend. Nathan turns to Simone for help with the comatose Peter. Both episodes shown last Wednesday
For cast see Wednesday (HD)
Download the podcast of BBC 7's Saturday fan forum show at [Web Address Removed]
Programme guide at [Web Address Removed]

: Night of the Demon

Atmospheric horror based on the story by MR James and starring Dana Andrews. American psychologist John Holden remains sceptical of the work of sinister occultist Dr Karswell, until his own life is put under threat. Review page 65.
Director Jacques Tourneur (1957, PG) (BW)

Contributors

Story By: Mr James
Unknown: Dana Andrews.
Unknown: John Holden
Director: Jacques Tourneur

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