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: CBBC: The Basil Brush Show

A new Dave moves in.

: CBBC: SMart

Neighbours star Stephanie McIntosh joins the fun as the programme features pasta art and printing with pizza boxes.
Revised on BBC1


Guest: Stephanie McIntosh

: Something for theWeekend

A tasty menu as Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton chat to actress Helen Baxendale and musicians Jason Pebworth and Chris Cano from Orson. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott


Unknown: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Amanda Hamilton
Unknown: Helen Baxendale
Musicians: Jason Pebworth
Musicians: Chris Cano
Producer: Catherine Mann
Producers: Henrietta Conrad
Producers: Sebastian Scott

: Rugby League

Highlights of last night's Super League Grand Final, featuring reigning champions St Helens against either Leeds Rhinos or Wigan Warriors.

: Golf

Set among glorious Surrey heathland, coverage continues from Wentworth, of the World Match Play tournament's 36-hole final. A top-class field of 16, had originally assembled at the West Course, but there are now just two players left to tussle for one of the most lucrative prizes in golf and a chance to join some of the sport's most famous names as champion. Introduced bv Hazel Irvine, commentators are Peter Alliss and Ken Brown. www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Digital viewers can watch live coverage 10.00am-12 noon, and if play overruns 4.50-7.00pm


Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Ken Brown.

: Snooker

Round-robin matches continue at the Grand Prix in Aberdeen, as defending champion Neil Robertson aims to secure his place at the top of Group A. Also in action, Ronnie O'Sullivan takes on Dominic Dale , who is back in form after winning the Shanghai Masters in August. Rishi Persad and John Parrott introduce
Exec producer Graham Fry
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from a choice of matches by pressing the red button from n.30am


Unknown: Neil Robertson
Unknown: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown: Dominic Dale
Unknown: Rishi Persad
Unknown: John Parrott

: The Nature of Britain

1/8. Island Britain. Britain's rich natural heritage is full of wonder, spectacle and surprise. By exploring eight different habitats, Alan Titchmarsh reveals the relationships between the land and the creatures that live on it. Starting in the Shetland Isles, he meets one of Britain's aggressive wild inhabitants, the Arctic skua, while more than 1.000 miles south, exotic green lizards and elegant little egrets create a Mediterranean feel. The Nature of Britain: a User's
Guide can be seen at 8pm on BBC4.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1


Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh

: Ray Mears's Wild Food

5/5. There's no place Ray Mears likes better than woodland, and our hunter/gatherer ancestors would have been just the same. On the final leg of his guest to discover what our ancestors used to eat, Ray visits the site in Scotland where the largest collection of Stone Age foods was found.
Director/Producer Sally Thomson


Unknown: Ray Mears
Producer: Sally Thomson

: Top Gear

2/10. Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May decide to have another go at their attempt to build amphibious cars, and face up to one of their biggest and choppiest challenges to date. The Audi R8 attacks the Top Gear track and affable Jools Holland is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Series producer Pat Doyle ; Executive producer Andy Wilman
Repeated next Wednesday TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: get a DVD of the greatest movie car chases with the November issue. On sale now, priced £3.95 View the Top Gear Britcar photo gallery at [web address removed] and discover why we enjoy Top Gear at [web address removed]


Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: James May
Unknown: Jools Holland
Producer: Pat Doyle
Producer: Andy Wilman

: Beautiful Young Minds

Each year, exceptionally gifted teenagers from over 90 countries compete for medals at the International Mathematical Olympiad. For these teenagers maths is a passion to which they are devoted. The film follows a group as they battle it out to become the six selected to represent the UK. At just 15-years-old, rocket-building enthusiast Jonathan is the youngest - but he has already broken several records. Some members of the group are on the autistic spectrum, and find social and confidence issues affect their everyday lives. As the competition draws closer, minds and emotions are pushed to the limit.
Director Morgan Matthews A bright future: paqe 29


Director: Morgan Matthews

: Graham Norton Uncut

1/12. The talk-show host presents an extended edition of last Thursday's show, with guests
Courtney Love , Louis Walsh and Katie Melua.
(Revised Rpt)


Unknown: Courtney Love
Unknown: Louis Walsh
Unknown: Katie Melua.

: Heroes: Distractions

14/23. Hiro struggles to make his father understand his new path in life, while Niki has a chance to be with DL and Micah again, and Claude attempts to teach Peter how to harness his abilities. Shown last Wednesday
For cast see Wednesday (HD)
Download the podcast of BBC 7's Saturday fan forum show at [web address removed]
Programme quide at [web address removed]

: Snooker

Highlights of this evening's Grand Prix games, including former champions Steve Davis and Ronnie O'Sullivan in action against Tom Ford and Gerard Greene respectively.


Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown: Gerard Greene

: Snooker Extra

More highlights.

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