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: CBBC: BB3B

: CBBC: The Secret Show

Double bill of the children's show.

: CBBC: Raven

: CBBC: Hider in the House

Celebrity visitor challenge with JK and Joel.

Contributors

Presenters: JK and Joel
Director/Producer: Natasha Kalisz

: Something for the Weekend

Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton enjoy a Sunday lunch made by Simon Rimmer, with former Doctor Who star Freema Agyeman and the Feeling bandmates Dan Gillespie Sells and Richard Jones.
BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Simon Rimmer 's relaxed weekend dishes in the March issue. On sale 5 February, pnce £2.99

Contributors

Presenter: Tim Lovejoy
Presenter: Amanda Hamilton
Presenter: Simon Rimmer
Guest: Freema Agyeman
Guest: Dan Gillespie
Guest: Richard Jones
Series Producer: Catherine Mann
Executive Producer: Henrietta Conrad
Executive Producer: Sebastian Scott

: Animal Park

I <ate Humble and Ben Fogle present an update on Samba the gorilla's health, and follow the keepers as they attempt to catch Romeo the otter so he can be taken to the vet. Ostriches
Trevor and Honey need a bigger nest for their new family. Series producer Susanne Curran
Executive producers Annette Clarke and Chris Powell

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Fogle
Producer: Susanne Curran
Producers: Annette Clarke
Producers: Chris Powell

: Athletics

The first major championships of a busy Olympic year take place in Valencia in March and the cream of British athletes - including Craig Pickering , Kelly Sotherton and Jessica Ennis - will be aiming to book their places during the course of this World Indoor Trials meeting at Sheffield. With Hazel Irvine. Producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Michael Cole

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Pickering
Unknown: Kelly Sotherton
Unknown: Jessica Ennis
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.
Producer: Helen Kuttner
Editor: Michael Cole

: EastEnders

Omnibus. Hazel makes a momentous decision.
Cast on Friday

: Africa Cup of Nations Final

The most important competition in African football reaches its climax at the Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra, Ghana (kick-off 5.00). Which country will emulate Egypt, who defeated the Ivory Coast in the final last time around? Host Jake Humphrey is joined by Efan Ekoku , Sunday Oliseh and Gavin Peacock. Simon Brotherton and Mark Bright commentate.
Executive producer Gary Franses ; Editor Dylan Jane www.radiotimes.com/africa-cup-of-nations www.radiotimes.com/africa-cup-blog

Contributors

Unknown: Jake Humphrey
Unknown: Efan Ekoku
Unknown: Gavin Peacock.
Unknown: Simon Brotherton
Unknown: Mark Bright
Producer: Gary Franses
Editor: Dylan Jane

: Ski Sunday

4/8. Graham Bell travels from Zermatt to St Moritz on the Glacier Express, the world's slowest express train, which crosses 291 bridges and goes through 91 tunnels. Graham also accompanies Ed Leigh to New Zealand where the pair discover one of the more bracing winter activities when they go diving under a frozen lake. Plus comedian Marcus Brigstocke takes part in the Ski Sunday challenge.
Producer Gabrielle Cook
Digital viewers can watch extra coverage of the skiing World Cup event at Sestriere. 8.00pm-9.00pm

Contributors

Unknown: Ed Leigh
Unknown: Marcus Brigstocke
Producer: Gabrielle Cook

: Tropic of Capricorn

New series 1/4. Namibia and Botswana. Following on from Equator, Simon Reeve embarks on another epic journey, along the tropic of Capricorn, cutting through southern Africa, Australia and South America. The first leg sees Simon among some beautiful landscapes, having a close encounter with hungry cheetahs, visiting the world's largest diamond mine and making a gruelling crossing of the Kalahari Desert in search of the famous Bushmen.
Producer Sophie Todd : Series producer Sam Baganall
Repeated on Thursday at 11.20pm Totally Tropical: page 28; Tropic of Capricorn book offer: page 28; The Inside Story: page 70

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Reeve
Producer: Sophie Todd
Producer: Sam Baganall

: Around the World in 80 Gardens

3/10. India. Monty Don takes in some of the most opulent gardens in history, including perhaps the most famous architectural garden in the world - at the Taj Mahal. His quest to gain insight into India's epic cultural journey leads him from the majestic tomb gardens of the Mogul emperors to the pleasure gardens of the Hindu maharajahs.
Series producer Kerry Richardson ; Executive producer Richard Sinclair Repeated on Tuesday at 7pm (HD) RT DIRECT: hardback book available for just E18 (usually E20) plus free p&p. Call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per min from a BT line; other networks may vary) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK delivery only
Alan Titchmarsh 's tips, plus half-price begonias: page 40

Contributors

Producer: Kerry Richardson
Producer: Richard Sinclair
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh

: Match of the Day 2

The day's Premier League fixtures, featuring the Manchester derby at Old Trafford and Chelsea against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.

: Andrew & Jeremy Get Married

Storyville presents Don Boyd 's film about a gay couple in the run-up to their wedding. Retired bus driver Andrew struggled with drug addiction, while teacher Jeremy's world was a literary social whirl.
Series editor Nick Fraser

Contributors

Unknown: Don Boyd
Editor: Nick Fraser

: Duel at Diablo

Western starring
James Garner. After rescuing a woman from Apache chief Chata, army scout Jess Remsberg discovers that Chata is about to launch a new attack. Setting out from Fort Concho, Remsberg also has a personal score to settle - to kill the man who scalped his wife. Review p48. Director Ralph Nelson (1966, 15)

Contributors

Unknown: James Garner.
Unknown: Jess Remsberg
Director: Ralph Nelson

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