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: CBBC: Pinky and the Brain

Pinky becomes sophisticated.

: CBBC: The Basil Brush Show

Dave decides to retire.

: CBBC: SMart

Cling-film art, making animals out of cardboard, and drawing a Nigerian village scene in pastels.
Revised on BBC1

Contributors

Director: Martin Williams
Producer: Hugh Lawton

: CBBC: Hedz

: Something for the Weekend

Hosts Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton welcome indie band Hard-Fi, watch TV clips from the archives and enjoy a lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Amanda Hamilton
Unknown: Simon Rimmer.
Producer: Catherine Mann
Producers: Henrietta Conrad
Producers: Sebastian Scott

: How to Murder Your Wife

Colourful comedy starring Jack Lemmon , Virna Lisi and Terry Thomas. Stanley Ford, creator of successful cartoon-strip character Bash Brannigan, Secret Agent, lives an idyllic bachelor life in a luxurious home, smoothly run by his manservant Charles. But one morning he wakes up to find he is married. Review page 52. Director Richard Quine (1965, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Lemmon
Unknown: Virna Lisi
Director: Richard Quine

: Darts

It's semi-finals and finals day for both women and men in the World Masters at Bridlington in North Yorkshire, with a prize fund of £60,000 up for grabs. Men's Lakeside world professional champion Martin Adams, whos number-one seed here, will be looking to achieve what he failed to do in the final last year - joining the likes of Eric Bristow, Andy Fordham and John "Boy" Walton as winners of both titles.

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Adams
Unknown: Eric Bristow
Unknown: Andy Fordham

: Coast

The shoreline of the United Kingdom. (Revised rpt)

: Secret Wilderness: Japan

Steve Backshall explores the variety of wildlife in Japan - from the cranes occupying the sub-zero temperatures of the north to the giant salamanders of the rice paddies. (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Backshall

: The Nature of Britain

6/8. Woodland. Alan Titchmarsh finds the UK's smallest bird and largest land mammal - the goldcrest and the red deer - when he visits the magnificent broadleaved woods of southern England. The Nature of Britain: a User's Guide follows at 7pm on BBC4.
Producers Bridget Appleby and Michael Bright ; Series producer Stephen Moss Shown last Wednesday on BBC1 RT DIRECT: hardback book available for only £15 (usually £20); call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per min) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at checkout

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Producers: Bridget Appleby
Producers: Michael Bright
Producer: Stephen Moss

: Clash of Worlds

3/3. It's 90 years since the British rulers of Palestine supported the idea of a nation state for Jews, but they are still held to blame for intensifying a conflict that continues to this day. From the deserts of southern Jordan, through the West Bank and Israel, this film traces the roots of the "Palestine issue" and the disparate nationalist demands that the British faced. Was colonial rule a simple betrayal of the Arab cause? Militants fighting the Israeli army today believe so. Director/Producer Adrian Pennink

Contributors

Producer: Adrian Pennink

: Top Gear

6/10. Jeremy Clarkson goes mad in two fast estates, Richard Hammond invents 'motorhome' racing, and James May pits an Alfa Romeo against a man who crosses the Humber Estuary without using a bridge. Rptd on Wednesday at 7pm
TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: get a DVD of the greatest movie car chases with the November issue. Price £3.95
Why we watch: [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Clarkson
Presenter: Richard Hammond
Presenter: James May
Executive Producer: Andy Wilman

: Long Way Down

4/6. Ethiopia/Kenya. By the time the team reach Addis Ababa, their mood has reached an all-time low. Over the border in Kenya they find themselves stuck in bandit country and resolve to set up camp for the night. With tummies rumbling, a unanimous decision is made to sacrifice a goat for supper.
Later, they're faced with a huge muddy river; if they can't get across it they will have to turn back. Directors/Producers David Alexanian and Russ Malkin
Repeated on Tuesday at 11.20pm The Secret Life of the Motorway follows at 10pm on BBC4

Contributors

Producers: David Alexanian
Producers: Russ Malkin

: Bulgaria's Abandoned Children

A heart-rending look at the children's social care home in Mogilino high up in the hills, where 75 mentally and physically disabled children inhabit a bleak, uncaring world. Few of the young residents have been taught to speak and while many waste away in their beds, some rock slowly in their chairs just for something to do. Milan, however, spends his days doing chores and watching over the others.
What does the future hold for these unwanted kids? Director Kate Blewett First shown on BBC4 The Inside Story: page 76

Contributors

Director: Kate Blewett

: Graham Norton Uncut

The talk show host presents an extended edition of last Thursday's programme. (Revised rpt)

: Heroes

19/23. .07%. Sylar's rampage continues when two more heroes are confronted.
Shown last Wednesday Cast on Wednesday (HD)
Download the podcast of BBC 7's Saturday fan forum show at www.bbc.co.uk/heroes
Programme guide at www.bbc.co.uk/heroes

: Resting Place

Drama starring John Lithgow and Morgan Freeman. Georgia 1972: a routine assignment for a US Army survival assistance officer turns into an investigation of the mysterious death of a young black soldier in Vietnam. Review page 54. Director John Korty (1986. PG)

Contributors

Unknown: John Lithgow
Director: John Korty

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