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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: Newsround

Followed by The Owl

: CBeebies: Me Too!

(R) (S)

: CBeebies: Tweenies Safety Shorts

The dangers of fridges.

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

Upsy Daisy sets up her own megaphone.

: What the AncientsDid for Us

The highlights of ancient British technology, including a look at
Stonehenge. With Adam Hart-Davis . Producer Patricia Wheatley ; Series producer Ian Potts


Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Producer: Patricia Wheatley
Producer: Ian Potts

: The Daily Politics

Prime Minister's Questions.
Directors Claire Bellis and Anna Rasmussen
Editor Jamie Donald


Directors: Claire Bellis
Directors: Anna Rasmussen
Editor: Jamie Donald

: Stand by Your Man

Comedy drama, showing as part of See Hear, about three deaf men who end up trapped on a holiday to forget. With voiceover. Another drama next week
Writer Trevor Lloyd (SU


Unknown: Trevor Lloyd
Eric: Hal Draper
Mike: David Hay
Jez: David Ellington
Stringer: Ian Redford
Lucy: Amy Donal

: Working Lunch

Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.


Presented By: Adam Shaw
Presented By: Nik Wood.

: Lifeline Jonathan Ross appeals

on behalf of the charity Contact the Elderly.
DONATION DETAILS: are on Sunday at
5.05pm on BBC1

: World Snooker

The first round of the world championship continues with Ronnie O'Sullivan taking centre stage this afternoon in Sheffield. He takes on the youngest player in the draw, 17-year-old Chinese qualifier Liu Chuang. Presented by Ray Stubbs , with analysis from John Parrott and Steve Davis. Commentary by Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo , Willie Thorne , Terry Griffiths and Neal Foulds. I Live coverage, with a choice of tables, from 10am until close of play


Unknown: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown: Liu Chuang.
Presented By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Steve Davis.
Commentary By: Clive Everton
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor
Commentary By: John Virgo
Commentary By: Willie Thorne
Commentary By: Terry Griffiths
Commentary By: Neal Foulds.

: Eggheads

Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.


Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan.

: Great British Menu

Two chefs representing Scotland - Tom Kitchin and Matt Gray - present their main courses, which are a barnsley chop and loin of lamb, respectively.


Unknown: Tom Kitchin
Unknown: Matt Gray

: World Snooker

Further live coverage of the world championship from Sheffield as 1997 world champion, Ken Doherty , plays his first-round match against Crucible debutant Liang Wenbo of China. With Hazel Irvine.
Digital viewers can access live coverage from Sheffield, with a choice of tables, from 10am until the close of play


Unknown: Ken Doherty
Unknown: Liang Wenbo
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.

: Natural World

Naabi - a Hyena Princess. Telling a wildlife story of Shakespearean proportions in which a young
- female heir to the throne is cast out when her mother is slaughtered by scavenging lions. The protagonist of this tragedy is Naabi, daughter of the dominant female of the largest hyena clan in Tanzania. No longer under her mother's protection and lacking the skills of an adult, she embarks on a dangerous journey of survival, alone in the African bush.
Finally, wiser and older, she returns to her clan - but can she reclaim her rightful place as queen? Producer Charlie Hamilton-James
Series editor Tim Martin BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: May issue is on sale now, price E3.25 The Inside Story: page 90
RT's animal covers: www.radiotimes.com/animal-covers


Editor: Tim Martin

: Watching the Wild: Otters

Wildlife cameraman r Charlie Hamilton-James and his young son search for the elusive otters that inhabit the Isle of Skye.
Producer Chris Cole ; Executive producer Vyv Simson


Unknown: Charlie Hamilton-James
Producer: Chris Cole
Producer: Vyv Simson

: Dan Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture: 4/8

Some of the world's greatest architecture has been forged in the face of adversity, terror and war. Tonight the historian and writer explores buildings shaped and threatened by disaster. Fulfilling a lifetime ambition - and risking his life - Dan visits the Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan, a monument to peace and tolerance in the midst of a war zone. Next he observes the reconstruction project in Dresden and looks at the role of architecture in preparing for an earthquake in San Francisco. Finally he tells the tale of Palmyra, a Syrian city destroyed by the Roman Empire. (HD)


Presenter: Dan Cruickshank
Director/Producer: Andrea Illescas
Director/Producer: John Hay
Director/Producer: Jon Morrice
Director/Producer: Graham Cooper

: The Apprentice: You're Fired!

5/12. Carol Thatcher , James Averdieck and Mark Price meet the candidate who found creating new flavours of ice cream a rather chilling experience.
Series editor Sally Dixon www.radiotimes.com/the-apprentice


Unknown: Carol Thatcher
Unknown: James Averdieck
Unknown: Mark Price
Editor: Sally Dixon

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.
Then Weather


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Desi DNA

13/13. Is chicken tikka masala really from Glasgow?
Director/Producer Sangita Manandhar

: World Snooker

Highlights from this evening's matches.

: World Snooker Extra

First-round action.

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats not indicated.
GCSE Bitesize Revision: School History Project
Medicine through Time and The American West.

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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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