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: CBBC: BB3B

: CBBC: Raven

: CBBC: Hider in the House

Three children enlist the aid of their mum to hide a celebrity in the house.

Contributors

Director/producer: Chris Little

: Something for theWeekend

Host Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton invite actress and comedian Nina Wadia and actor Patrick Baladi to the studio, and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Simon Rimmer 's relaxed weekend dishes in February's issue. Out now, price E2.99

Contributors

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

: Animal Park

In Kenya, safari park keepers are on a dangerous mission with anti-poachers. Can they pull off a successful ambush? Series producer Susanne Curran

Contributors

Producer: Susanne Curran

: Tennis: AustralianOpen

Highlights from the first week of the Australian Open, held at Melbourne Park and the first
Grand Slam of the year. Players will be trying to find their form but few would bet against Roger Federer landing his fourth men's title at the event. Live coverage of the women's singles final is on Friday at 2.20am on BBC1.
Editor Kate McKeag
Digital viewers can watch live tennis coverage from the Australian Open from 8.25am until 2pm via the red button

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Federer
Editor: Kate McKeag

: Snooker

The opening session of the final of the Masters at Wembley Arena, where the players will contest the best-of-19-frame match and E150,000 in prize money. Ronnie O'Sullivan has appeared in four consecutive finals, can he make it five? With Ray Stubbs.

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown: Ray Stubbs.

: Avocets - BornSurvivors

The life of the wading bird, whose elaborate courtship dances have proved fascinating for those interested in wildlife.
Shown last Friday

: Wild Wensleydale

It's James Herriot country and host to all manner of creatures, including the curlew and rare surprises like sea lampreys and peregrine falcons. Pretty villages and wonderful waterfalls can be found there too, but Yorkshire's Wensleydale is perhaps best known for an ancient, but popular, British cheese.
Producer Mark Flowers ; Exec producer vyv Simson

Contributors

Unknown: James Herriot
Producer: Mark Flowers

: Natural World

Earth Pilgrim: a Year on Dartmoor This exquisitely photographed film sees world-renowned ecologist and former Jain monk Satish Kumar exploring the ancient woods and rivers of Dartmoor through the changing seasons, revealing and reflecting on a wealth of wildlife including red deer and emperor moths. The series continues on Friday at 8pm.
Shown last Friday

Contributors

Unknown: Satish Kumar

: Ski Sunday

New series 1/8. The popular winter series has been given a radical overhaul for its 30th season to take in a greater variety of stories from, and about, the world's mountains while still bringing the best ski race action from the World Cup. Regular slots will include Graham Bell trekking across the Alps and Ed Leigh taking on a range of snowboarding trips. And each week, a celebrity will tackle a giant slalom course starting with star chef Heston Blumenthal.
Series producer Gabrielle Cook
Digital viewers can watch World Cup skiing coverage from 8pm to 9pm via the red button
A cool tune: page 28

Contributors

Unknown: Ed Leigh
Unknown: Heston Blumenthal.
Producer: Gabrielle Cook

: Snooker

All eyes will be baize-bound as the Masters tournament enters its final stages. At the end of the best-of-19-frame match, the winner will receive a cheque for £50,000. Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott will analyse the action at Wembley
Arena, plus commentary from Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
Subsequent programmes are subject to change

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: John Virgo.

: Simpatico

Complex drama starring Nick Nolte , Jeff Bridges and Sharon Stone. Lyle Carter is a racehorse breeder who was once involved in a racetrack scam.
In the middle of negotiations to sell a horse called Simpatico, Carter receives a call from criminal acquaintance "Vinnie" Webb, who insists that Carter should fly to California to help him out, or else details of his past will be revealed. Review page 37. Director Matthew Warchus (1999, 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Nolte
Unknown: Jeff Bridges
Unknown: Sharon Stone.
Unknown: Lyle Carter
Director: Matthew Warchus

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