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: CBBC: BB3B

: CBBC: The Secret Show

Professor Professor loses some important memories.

8.00 The race is on to recover the Secret Thing.

: CBBC: Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF

Puppet animation.

: CBBC: Raven

: CBBC: Hider in the House

The celebrity visitor challenge starts a new run.

Contributors

Producer/director: Paul Taylor

: Something for theWeekend

Hosts Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton chat with Olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis , watch TV clips and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Jun Tanaka. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Amanda Hamilton
Unknown: Denise Lewis
Unknown: Jun Tanaka.
Producer: Catherine Mann
Producers: Henrietta Conrad
Producers: Sebastian Scott

: Animal Park

The gorillas enjoy feeding, while the 1,500 tonnes of park dung each year leave Hercules the dung beetle with a lot on his plate.

: EastEnders

Omnibus. Kevin is desperate to get rid of Yolande's car, but his actions attract Shirley's suspicion. Cast on Thursday/Friday <S)

: World Darts

Arrows poised for action as coverage begins of day two of the Lakeside World Professional Darts championship. Number two seed, Gary Anderson of Scotland, has a disappointing record at this event. Can he set the record straight this year? His first-round opponent is Dutch youngster, Fabian Roosenbrand. Digital viewers can access full, live coverage of the afternoon and evening sessions from 1.20pm

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Anderson
Unknown: Fabian Roosenbrand.

: Puffin Island

The migration of Atlantic puffins, who congregate annually on Skomer Island, off the coast of Pembrokeshire, to breed.
Shown last Friday

: Natural World

Nisar Malik heads to the mountains of northern Pakistan to chronicle the life of the snow leopard.
Shown last Friday

Contributors

Unknown: Nisar Malik

: World Darts

Who could forget last year's final? Martin Adams opened up a 6-0 lead against qualifier Phill Nixon , only for Nixon to launch a remarkable fightback, as 6-0 became 6-6. But Adams held his nerve to take the final set, and his first world crown. And it's Nixon that Adams has drawn in the first round of his defence. Ray Stubbs and Bobby George introduce further coverage of day two from the Lakeside World Professional Darts championships. I Digital viewers can access full, live coverage of the afternoon I and evening sessions from 1.20pm via the red button

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Adams
Unknown: Phill Nixon
Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Bobby George

: Coast: the Journey Continues

1/2. Dover to Carrick-a-Rede. Neil Oliver revisits a few of the defining moments of the past two series, travelling along the south coast, around the Cornish peninsula, up into Wales and on to Northern Ireland. Producer Paul Barnett ; Executive producer William Lyons
Shown on New Year's Day

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Oliver
Producer: Paul Barnett
Producer: William Lyons

: The Best of Top Gear

Highlights include the fastest new models, desirable classics and the craziest stunts. With Richard Hammond
, Jeremy Clarkson and James May.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: James May.

: Timewatch: Bloody Omaha

2/6. In this Timewatch film, Top Gear co-presenter Richard Hammond tells the remarkable true story of the D-Day landing at Omaha Beach in Normandy on 6 June 1944. Widely regarded as a great victory, the operation was almost an unimaginable disaster. Very little actually went to plan on the day - the majority of the landing craft missed their targets while US troops suffered heavy casualties. How was success secured in the face of adversity?
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Hammond
Producer: James Hayes
Editor: John Farren

: Sin City

Dark adaptation of Frank Miller 's hard-boiled comic book, starring Bruce Willis , Clive Owen and Mickey Rourke. In the ultra-violent metropolis of Basin City, cops, criminals and femme fatales collide in love, lust or gory conflict. Honest cop Hartigan tries to protect a dancer from a sadistic killer, while ex-con Marv is intent on exacting revenge for the murder of his sweetheart. Review page 40
Directors Frank Miller , Robert Rodriguez and Ouentin Tarantino (2005, 18)

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Miller
Unknown: Bruce Willis
Unknown: Clive Owen
Unknown: Mickey Rourke.
Directors: Frank Miller
Directors: Robert Rodriguez
Directors: Ouentin Tarantino
Nancy Callahan: Jessica Alba
Jackie Boy: Benicio Del Tore
Shellie: Brittany Murphy
Dwight: Clive Owen
Marv: Mickey Rourke
Hartigan: Bruce Willis
Kevin: Elijah Wood
Gail: Rosario Dawson
Manute Michael: Clarke Duncan
Lucille: Carla Gugino
The Man: Josh Hartnett
Bob: Michael Madsen
Goldie/Wendy: Jaime King
Roark Jr/Yellow Bastard: Nick Stahl
The Customer: Marley Shelton
Senator Roark: Powers Boothe
Cardinal Roark: Rutqer Hauer
Murphy: Arie Verveen
Miho: Devon Aoki
Becky: Alexis Bledel
Priest: Frank Miller
Stuka: Nicky Katt

: Best of the Graham Norton Show

Highlights from the first two series.
Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson
Shown last Thursday

Contributors

Director: Steve Smith
Producer: Jon Magnusson

: World Darts

Highlights from day two.

: Primal Force * Visceral science-fiction horror

starring Ron Perlman. Frank Brodie accepts the offer of leading a rescue mission to a deserted Mexican island, knowing that the place was once the site of an animal mutation experiment. Review page 41.
Director Nelson McCormick (1999, 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Perlman.
Unknown: Frank Brodie
Director: Nelson McCormick

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