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: A Norfolk Rhapsody


: CBeebies: Tweenies Safety Shorts

Being safe on a slide.

: CBBC: Batfink

Double bill.


: CBBC: The Sorcerer's Apprentice

Kids go to magic school.

: CBBC: Lizzie McGuire

Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom

: CBBC: Basil's Swap Shop

Highlights from the swapping series.
Basil's Game Show is on Friday. 4.05pm, BBC1
[web address removed]


Series producer: Pete Way
Series editor: Ged Allen

: CBBC: Hedz

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

A very odd stock car race. (R) (S)

: CBBC: Animalia

: BBC Switch

Teen entertainment.
Falcon Beach 5/13; series two.
Courtney targets Jason.
12.45 The Surgery New series
Talk show for teenagers hosted by Jeff Leach. Today, a discussion on the rules of dating.
1.05 Them A skater and an indie kid discuss cultural identity.
1.20 Sound Music show.


Unknown: Jeff Leach.

: King of the Khyber Rifles

Adventure starring Tyrone Power. After a century of British rule in India, the garrison post of Peshawar is threatened by a tribal revolt. An army captain is given command of the Khyber Rifles with orders to train them into an efficient fighting force. But he is half-Indian and faces prejudice. Review page 51.
Director Henry King (1953, U)


Unknown: Tyrone Power

: Monk

Series five. Mr Monk Can't See a Thing. A mystery assailant blinds Monk - but he is still able to use his remaining senses to solve a murder. Repeated at 5.10am

: White Fang

Adventure starring Klaus Maria Brandauer. The son of a gold miner goes to Alaska seeking his dead father's claim and befriends an orphaned wolf-dog that he calls "White Fang". Review p51. Director Randal Kleiser (1991, PG)


Unknown: Klaus Maria
Director: Randal Kleiser

: Coast

Northern Ireland. How 30 years of neglect have saved the coastline from damage caused by tourism. Series producer Steve Evanson


Producer: Steve Evanson

: The Culture Show: 11/11

Lauren Laverne presents the 100th edition of the arts magazine in which Naomi Watts discusses her role in Michael Haneke's new movie "Funny Games" and playwright Martin McDonagh talks to Mark Kermode about his first feature film "In Bruges". Verity Sharp meets rising dance star Hofesh Schechter, while photographer Ari Versluis and stylist Ellie Uyttenbroek focus on fashion tribes. Plus Supergrass take on the busking challenge. The series returns in June.
Repeated at 3.35am [Web address removed]


Presenter: Lauren Laverne
Guest: Naomi Watts
Guest: Martin McDonagh
Interviewer: Mark Kermode
Interviewer: Verity Sharp
Guest: Hofesh Schechter
Guest presenter: Ari Versluis
Guest presenter: Ellie Uyttenbroek
Musicians: Supergrass
Series Producer: Danielle Graham
Executive Producer: Edward Morgan

: Martin Luther King: American Prophet

As the 40th anniversary of the civil rights campaigner's death approaches, former Labour MP Oona King embarks on a journey through the American Deep South to explore how his humanitarian activism was strongly motivated by his profound religious faith.
Director/Producer Iwan Russell-Jones The Inside Story: page 64


Producer: Iwan Russell-Jones

: Have I Got Old News for You

Danny Baker and Lucy Porter join Paul Merton , Ian Hislop and guest host Ann Widdecombe.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting


Unknown: Danny Baker
Unknown: Lucy Porter
Unknown: Paul Merton
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Ann Widdecombe.
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Jo Bunting

: The Shogun

Drama documentary telling the story of one of the most towering figures in Japanese history, Tokugawa leyasu, the great military leader, who overthrew the governing dynasty of Japan and established the age of the Samurai as the Shogun.
Writer Tony Etchells ; Director/Producer Arif Nurmohamed
Signed on BBC1 (HD)


Unknown: Tony Etchells
Producer: Arif Nurmohamed
leyasu: James Saito
Mitsunari: Hiro Kanagawa
Hideaki: Louis Ozawa Changchien
Naomasa: Yuji Okomoto
Ukita: Henry Hayashi
Mototada: Hiroshi Katsuno
Hidetada: Koh Takeuchi
Tadayoshi: Kohel Mima
Kagekatsu: Yujin Nomura
Hideyoshi: Togo Igawa

: The Apprentice

1/12. The business boot camp returns with Sir Alan Sugar wielding the axe, as another group of 16 aspiring tycoons bravely quit their day jobs to face a daunting 12-week job interview with the self-made millionaire. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1


Unknown: Sir Alan Sugar

: Broadcast News

Satirical comedy drama starring William Hurt and Holly Hunter. Dedicated television news producer Jane Craig is attracted to smooth presenter Tom Grunick - despite his approach to journalism being at odds to her own. Meanwhile, Jane's best friend, reporter Aaron Altman , longs to romance her. Review p51.
Director James L Brooks (1987, 15)


Unknown: William Hurt
Unknown: Holly Hunter.
Producer: Jane Craig
Presenter: Tom Grunick
Reporter: Aaron Altman
Director: James L Brooks
Tom Grunick: William Hurt
Aaron Altman: Albert Brooks
Jane Craig: Holly Hunter
Bill Rorich,: Jack Nicholson
news anchor: Jack Nicholson
Jennifer Mack: Lois Chiles
Blair Litton: Joan Cusack
Paul Moore: Peter Hackes
Bobby: Christian Clemenson
Martin Klein: Robert Katlms
George Weln: Ed Wheeler
Gerald Grunick: Stephen Mendillo

: Space Race

2/4. Scientists in the US and the Soviet Union race to launch a satellite.

: The Culture Show

Shown at 7.10pm

: Mad Men

4/13. Peter's personal and professional lives are placed in jeopardy.
For cast see page 96 Shown last Tuesday

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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.

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