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: CBeebies: Storytime with Roly Mo

Molly gets a new bag. (R) (S)

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

Tombliboo Eee keeps going the wrong way.

: CBeebies: Bob the Builder: Project Build It

The lens needs replacing on the lighthouse.

: CBeebies: Finley the Fire Engine

The youngster spends the day with an older fire truck.
Followed by Mr Tumble

: CBBC: Roar

Two rhinos are used in a breeding programme.

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

Freddie wins the chance to meet a baseball player.

: CBBC: Mona the Vampire

The family visit a restaurant. (R) (S)

: CBBC: The Basil Brush Show

The friends have a Halloween sleepover.

: Dangermouse

Baron Greenback creates an age-altering machine.

: The Munsters

Grandpa puts Herman in a trance. (BW)

: Top Cat

Benny gets a chance to perform at a concert.

: The Daily Politics

Topical stories with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Jenny Scott.

: Working Lunch

Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Nik Wood.

: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Science-fiction adventure starring Walter Pidgeon.
The inventor of a new nuclear submarine gets a chance to save the world. Review page 57.
Director Irwin Allen (1961. U)

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Pidgeon.
Director: Irwin Allen

: Escape to the Country

Catherine Gee helps a couple who want to move to Norfolk. DirectorJoelTomlinson
Producer Ed St Giles

: Flog It!

From the National Motorcycle
Museum in Solihull.

: Food Poker

Dishes include Creole salmon and peach trifle.

: Weakest Link

' Back-stabbing guiz.

: Eggheads

Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.

Contributors

Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan.

: Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two

Claudia Winkleman presents all the latest backstage drama and gossip from the celebrities and their professional dancing partners.

Contributors

Unknown: Claudia Winkleman

: Dragons' Den

3/9. The multimillionaires cast their magpie eyes over another selection of so-called innovations - including a portable shower-head holder for travellers and a schoolbag that helps children to concentrate in class. Presented by Evan Davis. Shown yesterday at 9pm
Signed repeat next week on BBC1

Contributors

Presented By: Evan Davis.

: Oz & James's Big Wine Adventure

3/8; series two. Oz and James's quest brings them to the opulent coastline of California's Monterey
County, where they visit a vineyard so vast that the climate differs from one end to the other. The pair also take in renowned eaterie I'Auberge and meet a true maverick of the wine-making world.
Director Simon Kerfoot ; Executive producer Nick Shearman
Signed repeat next week on BBC1

Contributors

Director: Simon Kerfoot
Producer: Nick Shearman

: Heston Blumenthal: in Search of Perfection

3/8; series two. The culinary boffin travels to Beijing, Ireland and his local curry house, on a quest to construct the perfect Peking duck, the origins of which can be traced back almost 800 years.
Suitably inspired by the history, Heston returns to his lab, where some unusual scientific methods are used to achieve the ultimate combination of crispy skin and moist meat.
Producer Melanie Jappy ; Executive producer Gary Hunter
Signed repeat next week on BBC1

Contributors

Producer: Melanie Jappy
Producer: Gary Hunter

: Classical Star

3/5. Today's focus is on recording skills, giving the talented youngsters the opportunity to record in a professional studio - but there's no time to relax, with the judges keeping a close eye on proceedings. Some light relief comes in the form of an image and photography session, before the students head off for a film-composing workshop. But the pressure soon starts to mount, with two of the musicians set to be eliminated from the competition.
Director Katie Crawford ; Producer Eve Kay

Contributors

Director: Katie Crawford

: The Grumpy Guide to ...

5/6. Romance. Cynical celebrities rant about the problems of finding love, bemoaning the pitfalls of the dating process. Of course, the relationships most likely to irk our Grumpies are other people's - especially as the realisation dawns that everyone has paired up apart from them.
Producer Judith Holder: Exec producer Stuart Prebble

Contributors

Producer: Stuart Prebble

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Long Way Down

1/6. Hot on the heels of their journey from London to New York, actors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman are off on their motorcycle travels once more - and this time Cape Town is their destination. Ewan's wife Eve decides she wants to go too, but disaster is just around the corner. The team decide to press on regardless. See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 9pm

Contributors

Unknown: Ewan McGregor
Unknown: Charley Boorman

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.btx.co.uk/ieamingzone
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