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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: Newsround

Followed by The Owl

: CBeebies: Something Special

Learning about individuality.
Then Tweenies Safety Shorts

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

The Tombliboos hide in the garden until Makka Pakka arrives.

: A Picture of Britain

Examining how the country's landscape has inspired works of art, literature and music, beginning in the beautifully scenic Lake District, which fired the imagination of writer William Wordsworth. Presented by David Dimbleby.

Contributors

Presenter: David Dimbleby
Director: Nicky Illis
Executive Producer: Basil Comely

: The Daily Politics

Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott report on Prime Minister's Questions.
Directors Claire Bellis and Anna Rasmussen Editor Jamie Donald

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Jenny Scott
Directors: Claire Bellis
Directors: Anna Rasmussen
Editor: Jamie Donald

: Don't Leave MeThis Way

Drama, showing as part of See Hear, about three deaf women who arrange to meet for a holiday at a caravan site on the edge of a forest. With voiceover.
Writer Trevor Lloyd

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Lloyd
Bridget: Jean St Clair
Judy: Fifi Garfield
Mouse: Diana Martin
Ray: Man Dwek
Stringer: Ian Redford
Simon: Joe Absolom
Lucy: Amy Dolan

: Working Lunch

Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.

Contributors

Presented By: Adam Shaw
Presented By: Nik Wood.

: World Snooker

The world championship enters its 12th day this afternoon with coverage of the best-of-25-frame quarter-finals. Presented by Ray Stubbs , with John Parrott and Steve Davis. Commentary from
Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , John Virgo , Willie Thorne , Terry Griffiths andNealFoulds.
Live coverage, with a choice of tables, from 10am until the close of play

Contributors

Presented By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Steve Davis.
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: Terry Griffiths

: Eggheads

Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.

Contributors

Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan.

: Great British Menu

The two chefs representing Northern Ireland, Noel McMeel and Danny Millar , present their main courses. Noel creates a sumptuous breast and slow-roasted leg of duckling with honey and star anise with a fennel and chive mash and baby courgettes, while Danny conjures up a mouthwatering caramelised pork belly with prawns and a potato and bacon sauce.

Contributors

Unknown: Noel McMeel
Unknown: Danny Millar

: World Snooker

Further live coverage of the quarter-finals of the world championship from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. At this stage last year a battle of the titans was taking place as eventual winner John Higgins locked horns with, and eventually overcame, Ronnie O'Sullivan by 14 frames to nine. Meanwhile the tournament's other finalist, Mark Selby , squeezed past Allister Carter by the narrowest of margins: 13-12.
Shaun Murphy also got through to the semis by the skin of his teeth as he beat Matthew Stevens by the same score. The last semi-finalist was Stephen Maguire who had an easier ride against Anthony Hamilton as he claimed a 13-7 victory. Presented by Hazel Irvine , with more wit and wisdom from former champions John Parrott and Steve Davis.
Digital viewers can access live coverage from Sheffield, with a choice of tables, from 10am until the close of play

Contributors

Unknown: John Higgins
Unknown: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown: Mark Selby
Unknown: Allister Carter
Unknown: Shaun Murphy
Unknown: Matthew Stevens
Unknown: Stephen Maguire
Unknown: Anthony Hamilton
Presented By: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Steve Davis.

: Dan Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture

5/8. The writer and historian looks at how architecture enables people to live together and connect, encountering vibrant communities and asking why some succeed and others fail. He visits
Brasilia in Brazil, a Utopian city completed in 1960 that now faces overcrowding and crime. Damascus is said to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world and Dan attempts to unravel the secrets of its longevity. He also explores how New York's Rockefeller Center was born out of the American Depression and, by contrast, visits Dharavi in Mumbai, the biggest slum in India and a functioning home to millions of people - but now under threat of demolition. Producers John Hay , Andrea Illescas and Helen Nixon
Executive producer Basil Comely (HD)

Contributors

Producers: John Hay
Producers: Andrea Illescas
Producers: Helen Nixon

: The Apprentice: You're Fired!

6/12. Midway through the 12-week job interview from hell and another one bites the dust. This time the task of creating a unique greeting card has written someone off. Discovering what went wrong and casting their eyes over those who are left are Sir
Alan's aide Nick Hewer , broadcaster Lorraine Kelly and the founder of ColorBlind Cards, Jessica Huie.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Series editor Sally Dixon www.radiotimes.com/the-apprentice

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Hewer
Unknown: Lorraine Kelly
Unknown: Jessica Huie.
Director: Stuart McDonald
Editor: Sally Dixon

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.
Then Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: World Snooker

Highlights from this evening's world championship quarter-finals. Presented by Hazel Irvine.

Contributors

Presented By: Hazel Irvine.

: World Snooker Extra

Quarter-final highlights from Sheffield. Presented by Ray Stubbs.

Contributors

Presented By: Ray Stubbs.

: BBC News

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
GCSE Bttesize Revision: Religious Studies - World Religions Diverse beliefs around the globe. <s;








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