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: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: Hider in the House

Followed by The Owl

: CBeebies: Something Special

Mr Tumble has a surprise.
Then Tweenies Safety Shorts

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

The Tombliboos are busy.

: A Picture of Britain

David Dimbleby visits the Highlands of Scotland and the Glens of Northern Ireland.
Director Robin Dashwood ; Executive producer Basil Comely


Unknown: David Dimbleby
Director: Robin Dashwood

: The Daily Politics

Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.


Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Jenny Scott
Director: Claire Bellis
Director: Anna Rasmussen
Editor: Robbie Gibbs

: See Hear

Oliver Westbury tries to become the first deaf person to trek to the North Pole. With voiceover.
Stared rpt next week on BBC1


Unknown: Oliver Westbury

: Working Lunch

Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.


Presented By: Adam Shaw
Presented By: Nik Wood.

: Animal Park

Ben Fogle displays his parenting skills with two orphaned rhino calves. (Revised rpt)


Unknown: Ben Fogle

: Murder, She Wrote

Trial by Error. Jessica is called for jury duty and investigates a double murder.

: Through the Keyhole

Paul Martin , Debra Stephenson and Bill Turnbull identify the homes of the famous.


Unknown: Paul Martin
Unknown: Debra Stephenson
Unknown: Bill Turnbull

: Flog It!

Paul Martin finds out about the SS Great Britain in Bristol when the team visit Bath.


Unknown: Paul Martin

: Ready Steady Cook

Racing driver Jason Plato and motoring journalist Tom Ford take part in the kitchen duel.


Unknown: Jason Plato
Unknown: Tom Ford

: Escape to the Country

A rider tries to move closer to her horses' Cornwall stables.
(Revised repeat)

: Eggheads

Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.


Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan.

: Great British Menu

Jason Atherton and Atul Kochhar , the chefs representing London and the South East, prepare their main courses, cooking Dexter beef fillet and duck breast respectively.


Unknown: Jason Atherton
Unknown: Atul Kochhar

: Mountain

2/5. Today 12 million people visit the Lake District every year, but only a few hundred years ago, the dramatic mountainous landscape was considered to be "God's mistake". Griff Rhys Jones reveals how
William Wordsworth almost single-handedly changed attitudes, transforming an area once seen as terrifying into an awe-inspiring and spiritually uplifting source of inspiration. He also visits the birthplace of the Quaker movement and retraces the steps of poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, credited with being the first adrenalin junkie. Series producer Ian MacMillan
Executive producer Hamish Barbour


Unknown: Griff Rhys Jones
Unknown: William Wordsworth
Unknown: Samuel Taylor
Producer: Ian MacMillan
Producer: Hamish Barbour

: Natural World

Superfish. Marine biologist Rick Rosenthal has travelled three oceans in a bid to film every species of billfish, the most dangerous game fish in the sea. On his search for the sailfish, the marlin and the swordfish, he has become a passionate champion for these endangered yet little known ocean giants. Director Rick Rosenthal ; Producer Katya Shirokow


Unknown: Rick Rosenthal
Director: Rick Rosenthal
Producer: Katya Shirokow

: Strictly Black Grouse

Black grouse dance in the lonely uplands of Britain.
Producer Tuppence Stone; Executive producer Vyv Simson


Producer: Vyv Simson

: Dan Cruickshank's Adventures inArchitecture

7/8. The ebullient historian investigates the architects who have followed their wildest dreams to create some of the world's most remarkable structures, from Yemen's ancient city of mud skyscrapers at Shibam to Santo Domingo in the Dominican
Republic, where Spanish invaders hoped to create a grid-style city that every other city on the American continent would follow. In the hidden Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, Dan finds out how a king made his fantasy of living in the past a reality, and reveals how dreams became nightmares in Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia where new techniques for reforming criminals went tragically awry.
Directors/Producers John Hay , Andrea Illescas and Helen Nixon Signed repeat next week on BBC1 (HD)


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

: The Apprentice: You're Fired!

8/12. This week, the teams wooed wedding dress buyers, but who may want a veil drawn over their efforts? Wedding planner Peregrine Armstrong-Jones and writer Jane Moore talk to the latest evictee.
Series editor Sally Dixon www.radiotimes.com/the-apprentice


Unknown: Peregrine Armstrong-Jones
Unknown: Jane Moore
Editor: Sally Dixon

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather <s)


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Virgin Memories

Everyone remembers their sexual debut and each first time has a different story to tell. In this film, screened as part of the Bare Facts season, people of all ages and social classes recall losing their virginity.
Director/Producer Sarah Feltes Breaking the ice: page 50


Producer: Sarah Feltes

: BBC News

: BBC Learning Zone

Schools Repeats not indicated. Mad about Music

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