Barney Harwood guests as the team makes dogs from junk metal and finds out if you can paint while on a rollercoaster. Plus cartoon fun with Fairly Odd Parents.
Revised 4.30pm on BBC1
Highlights of yesterday's Premier
League fixtures, including the Merseyside derby between
Everton and Liverpool, and Middlesbrough against Chelsea. Gary Lineker presents
Shown yesterday 10.30pm BBC1
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Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton chat to musician
Katie Melua and comedian Patrick Kielty.
Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott
Highlights of the Malaysian Grand
Prix at Sepang, the 17th round of the Campaign presented by Suzi Perry , with commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish. (9
To mark the centenary of international rugby league,
Clare Balding introduces highlights from Warrington of are-staging offirst international to be played in the 13-man code, Northern
Union v New Zealand All Golds. commentators are Ray French and Brian Noble.
Live coverage from the opening session of today's Grand Prix final, staged at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference
Centre. With Hazel Irvine,
Steve Davis and John Parrott
Jeremy Vine and Kate Thornton host the awards ceremony from the London Palladium as the best teachers from across the UK are recognised and honoured by pupils, parents and fellow professionals. Guests handing out the prestigious Plato awards include Olympic gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes , broadcaster Moira Stuart , music mogul Nicki Chapman and actress Elisabeth Sladen. Director John Smith ; Executive producer Owen Gay
2/8. Farmland. Alan Titchmarsh heads to the Orkney Islands, where he discovers the world's largest dry-stone wall is being used to keep livestock out, and then observes farming methods in Somerset.
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Nicholas Crane pays a visit to the first
Butlin's holiday camp in Skegness.
Director/Producer Paul Overton (Revised rpt)
Live coverage of the remaining session of this year's Grand Prix final, staged at the Aberdeen
Exhibition and Conference Centre, where the trophy and a cheque for E75,000 awaits the winner.
Presented by Hazel Irvine , expert commentary from Steve Davis and John Parrott.
2/12. The talk-show host presents an extended edition of Thursday's programme, featuring a mix of comedy monologues, celebrity chat and eccentric characters. (Revised rpt)
15/23. Run.' Matt opens his private security firm, but his experiences are soured when he is forced to deal with an obnoxious client.
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Drama starring Ian McKellen as Emile, an ageing professor who left Canada for an academic career in England. Invited back to receive an honorary degree, he goes to stay with his only living relatives, but their reserved welcome stirs up ghosts from the past. Review page 59.
Director Carl Bessai (2003,15)