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: CBeebies: Tikkabilla

Then Tweenies Safety Shorts

: CBBC: The Batman

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Trapped

: CBBC: Raven: the Secret Temple

The teams continue to battle.

: CBBC: Hider in the House

Children hide bubbly Chico in their home.

Contributors

Guest: Chico
Director/producer: Philippa Jessen

: Something for theWeekend

Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton welcome celebrity guests, watch TV clips from the archives and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
Simon Rimmer has relaxed recipes in the June issue. On sale now, price D.10

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Amanda Hamilton
Unknown: Simon Rimmer.
Producer: Catherine Mann
Producers: Henrietta Conrad
Producers: Sebastian Scott
Unknown: Simon Rimmer

: Animal Park: Wild on the West Coast

Scientists risk life and limb trying to tag the mighty blue whale.

Contributors

Series Producer: Hayley Smith
Executive Producer: Chris Powell

: Rugby Union

Highlights from the final weekend of the regular Premiership season. John Inverdale presents.

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale

: Rugby League

Hull Kingston Rovers v Huddersfleld Giants
A gargantuan all-Yorkshire battle is on the cards in this Challenge Cup fifth-round match at Craven Park (kick-off 1.15). Producer Ken Burton
Editor Carl Hicks

Contributors

Producer: Ken Burton
Editor: Carl Hicks

: Rowing

Highlights from Munich where the first of the season's three World Cup regattas is taking place. Producer Sally Richardson
Editor Michael Cole
Digital viewers can watch live coverage 9.30-10.45am and 12.15-1.55pm, via the red button
Coverage available over the next seven days, after 7pm, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer

Contributors

Producer: Sally Richardson
Editor: Michael Cole

: Paralympic World Cup

Coverage of the five-day event in Manchester, where around athletes will be competing. Producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Alastair Mcintyre

Contributors

Producer: Helen Kuttner
Editor: Alastair McIntyre

: Storm Geese

The spectacle of 50,000 migrating geese against the magnificent backdrop of the mountains of Islay.

: BBC Young Musician of the Year: Grand Final

Five exceptionally talented musicians perform with a full concert orchestra in front of an audience and a panel of expert judges in the final of this prestigious contest at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff. Aled Jones , Gethin Jones and Nicola Loud are the hosts.
Director Rhodri Huw ; Series producer Steve Crabtree Performance on 3 on Radio 3 tomorrow at 7pm features the five finalists' concerto performances from Saturday Eurovision Young Musician 2008 is on Friday at 8pm on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Aled Jones
Unknown: Gethin Jones
Unknown: Nicola Loud
Director: Rhodri Huw
Producer: Steve Crabtree

: Wild China

New series 1/6. Wide-ranging documentary, created in co-operation with China's own national broadcast service, examining the country's astonishingly diverse landscapes, wildlife and human cultures.
Heart of the Dragon. The endless hills, mysterious caverns and spectacular rock pinnacles of the south form the awe-inspiring backdrop to images of pyjama-clad peasants ploughing with water buffalo and fishing with trained cormorants in rivers concealing dwarf alligators and giant salamanders. Director/Producer Phil Chapman Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 9pm
The BBC Focus on China season continues with The Chinese in Britain on Friday at 9pm on Radio 4
Made in China: page 30; Book offer: page 33

Contributors

Producer: Phil Chapman

: Coast

Series one. Berwick to Whitby. Nicholas Crane visits
Berwick-upon-Tweed and finds out about its violent past, while Mark Horton journeys to Bamburgh Castle. Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Crane
Unknown: Mark Horton
Producer: Steve Evanson
Editor: Gill Tierney

: Russia: a Journey with Jonathan Dimbleby

New series 1/5. Breaking the Ice. The presenter sets out on a trip involving 10,000 miles of hard travelling through a country that is not only the largest in the world but also, perhaps, the most awe-inspiring. His first stop is the city of Murmansk, which stands as a reminder to the years when England and Russia were close allies in a war of survival against the Nazis. But soon he is on the move, away from the Russia we normally see or read about and into the strange and remote world of Karelia.
Director/Producer Hugh Thompson Heart of darkness: page 39; Book offer: page 40; Moment of the Week: page 65

Contributors

Producer: Hugh Thompson

: Graham Norton Uncut

4/12. An extended edition of last Thursday's show in which Jimmy Carr and Minnie Driver join the talk-Show host. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Carr
Unknown: Minnie Driver

: A Game of Two Eras: 1957 v 2007

This Time Shift programme investigates how English football has changed over the past 50 years using computerised analysis of two FA Cup finals.
Director/Producer Francis Welch First shown on BBC4
A Question of Sport: FA Cup Final Special is on Friday, 8.30pm, BBC1

Contributors

Producer: Francis Welch

: Heroes

3/11; series two. Suresh finds an unknown Isaac Mendez painting.
For cast see Thursday Shown last Thursday

Contributors

Unknown: Isaac Mendez

: Federal Hill

Tense drama starring
Nicholas Turturro. Ralph is a construction worker with a violent temper and a habit of stealing from the local Mob. When his best mate Nicky announces that he's considering going to Italy with his girlfriend, Ralph's reckless behaviour gets out of hand. Review p60.
Director Michael Corrente (1994) (BW)

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Turturro.
Director: Michael Corrente

: Inside Sport

Weekly round-up.
Shown last Monday on BBC1

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