Then Tweenies Safety Shorts
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10.30 Let's Write Poetry (ages 7-11) 7662078
10.50 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11)
insight into the African kingdom of Kush, which flourished for
3,000 years in northern Sudan. The mysteries are uncovered by archaeologists, who piece together the truth about the only black pharaohs in history.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
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1.00 Maths Channel (ages 5-7) 72279184
1.10 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11)
After ten days of competition, the world championship now reaches the quarter-final stage where the difference between victory and defeat is £30,000.
Reigning champion John Higgins will hope to be featuring in the first of this afternoon's best-of-25-frame matches - it was at this stage last year that he beat Ronnie O'Sullivan on the way to his second world title.
Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott set the scene, with commentary from Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo ,
Willie Thorne , Terry Griffiths and Neal Foulds.
Live coverage, with a choice of tables, from 10am until close of play
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Fish is the dish of the day for the two chefs representing Northern Ireland. Noel McMeel serves a fillet of hake with baby asparagus, watercress and mussel infusion, while Danny Millar produces smoked eel, jellied with apple beetroot and horseradish creme fraîche.
Hazel Irvine introduces further action from the world championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, as this year's best-of-25-frame quarter-final matches get into full swing. It was at this point last year that Allister Carter lost by the narrowest of margins to eventual runner-up Mark Selby. The two Englishmen could meet at the same stage again this year, although each is likely to have had to beat a former champion - Shaun Murphy and Peter Ebdon , respectively - if battle is to be resumed here.
Digital viewers can access live coverage from Sheffield, with a choice of tables, from 10am until close of play
3/4. The Paris Plot. Peter Taylor 's series on terrorist atrocities of recent decades recalls the events of Christmas Eve 1994, when four members of an extremist Islamic group, the GIA, hijacked an Air France plane on the tarmac at Algiers Airport and demanded to fly to Paris. As the authorities stalled, hostages died, before the storming of the plane during a refuel at Marseille revealed the terrorists' true aim: to crash the plane into the centre of Paris. Producer Patricia de Mesquita ; Series producer Chris Granlund
5/8. James perform tracks from their new album Hey Ma, and US singer/songwriter Melody Gardot makes her UK TV debut. Plus alt-rockers the Gutter
Twins, and blues vocalist Mable John appear. An extended version is on Friday at 11.35pm.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Series producer Alison Howe
(HD) Photo gallery: www.radiotimes.com/later-with-jools-holland
Presented by Emily Maitlis.
Followed by Weather
9/13. Shoot. Don finds himself being courted by a rival agency, and Peggy sets pulses racing when she is forced to sport a revealing outfit after an accident at work See choice, page 68
Shown on Sunday at 10pm on BBC4 (HD) Why I Love ... Mad Men: www.radiotimes.com/mad-men-blog
Hazel Irvine presents highlights from the quarter-finals of the world championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Extended highlights of the world championship.
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4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision - Design and Technology 2 Materials, electronics and textiles.