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: CBBC: Mortified

Taylor wins her school cross-country race.

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

Bailey unmasks the hero.

: CBBC: Basil's Swap Shop

Basil gives children the chance to swap things.
Basil's Game Show is on Friday, 3.30pm, BBC1
[web address removed]

Contributors

Series Producer: Pete Way
Series Editor: Ged Allen

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

The gang go to Paris.

: CBBC: Best of Friends

Followed by The Owl

: CBBC: Animalia

: BBC Switch

Teen entertainment.
Sound Music show
12.30 Them A Norfolk youngster and a boy from Glasgow.
12.45 Falcon Beach 2/13; series two.
Paige's dad tries to embarrass
Jason in public.

: The Sky at Night

Ambitions to land on the Moon.
Shown last Sunday on BBCI

: Film 2008 withJonathan Ross

A review of The Other Boleyn Girl. Shown last Tuesday on BBCI

Contributors

Unknown: Boleyn Girl.

: And Then There WereNone

I Crime mystery, based on Agatha Christie 's thriller Ten
Little Indians, starring Barry Fitzgerald. Review page 47.
Director Rene Clair (1945, U) (BW)

Contributors

Unknown: Agatha Christie
Unknown: Barry Fitzgerald.
Director: Rene Clair

: Monk

New series Mr Monk and the Actor. As season five begins, a method actor researches a role by studying Monk's mannerisms.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Monk

: Final Score

The afternoon's results.
Digital viewers can follow the latest
- football action on Score, 2.3O-6.00pm

: What the Papers Say

With David Aaronovitch of The Times.

Contributors

Presenter: David Aaronovitch

: Wildlife on Two

A look at the life of the emperor dragonfly

: BBC News

With Matthew Amroliwala.
Then Weather with Dan Corbett. <s)

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Amroliwala.
Unknown: Dan Corbett.

: Coast

Aberystwyth to the Wirral. Continuing around the Welsh coastline from Cardigan Bay to the Dee Neil. Series producer Steve Evanson

Contributors

Unknown: Dee Neil.
Producer: Steve Evanson

: The Culture Show

8/11. Tonight's smorgasbord of arts titbits includes a celebration of the work of Scotland's greatest living poet, 87-year-old Edwin Morgan. Also, Mark Kermode meets Eric Bana , the latest actor to portray Henry VIII , in The Other Boleyn Girl , while Tom Dyckhoff meets architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron , designers of the Olympic stadium in Beijing. Plus a look at regional TV news with Grace Dent, and music from Editors and the Breeders. Lauren Laverne hosts. Series producer Graham Mitchell ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 1.20am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow

Contributors

Unknown: Edwin Morgan.
Unknown: Mark Kermode
Unknown: Eric Bana
Unknown: Henry Viii
Unknown: Boleyn Girl
Unknown: Tom Dyckhoff
Unknown: Jacques Herzog
Unknown: Pierre de Meuron
Unknown: Lauren Laverne
Producer: Graham Mitchell

: Crufts

Working and pastoral dogs are in the spotlight on day three. Clare Balding, Ben Fogle and Matt Baker present the highlights, and there's a look ahead to the Best in Show. The penultimate rounds are tomorrow at 5.15pm, with the final at 7pm.
Director John Smith ; Producer Elaine Paterson I Digital viewers can watch extended coverage of the judging, I introduced by Matt Baker , at the end of the programme
Why I Love ... Crufts: www.radiotimes.com/crufts-bloq

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Fogle
Unknown: Matt Baker
Director: John Smith
Producer: Elaine Paterson
Introduced By: Matt Baker

: Rivers of Blood

CHOICE BBC2's White season continues with this documentary about Enoch Powell 's infamous "Rivers of Blood" speech of 1968, in which he prophesied that mass migration would lead to segregation and communal violence. The film, which includes the only filmed fragments of the speech to survive, examines what made Powell come to the controversial conclusions that were to drive him into the political wilderness and reveals how his words still divide the nation.
Director/Producer Ashley Gething The White season continues on Monday with White Girl at 9pm BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: the March issue includes a feature on Enoch Powell 's controversial 1968 speech. Out now, price £3.60

Contributors

Unknown: Enoch Powell
Unknown: Enoch Powell

: Have I Got Old News for You

Stewart Lee and Andy Hamilton join guest host Ronni Ancona and the regular team leaders.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting

Contributors

Unknown: Stewart Lee
Unknown: Andy Hamilton
Unknown: Ronni Ancona
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Jo Bunting

: Gagging for It: TV's Hunger for RadioComedy

A pocket history of comedy hits that transferred successfully from radio to television.
Producer Lucie Donahue First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Producer: Lucie Donahue

: Tin Men

Comedy drama starring Richard Dreyfuss and Danny DeVito. Two aluminium salesmen start an all-out war after they are involved in a car accident and discover they are business rivals. Review page 47.
Director Barry Levinson (1987, 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Dreyfuss
Unknown: Danny Devito.
Director: Barry Levinson

: The Culture Show

shown at 7.10pm

: Six Nations

A full re-run of the Scotland v England match, shown on BBC1 from 3.05pm.
3.50 Another chance to see the entire Ireland v
Wales match, shown on BBC1 from 1pm.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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