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: CBeebies: Tikkabilla

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: The Batman

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Trapped

: CBBC: Raven: the Secret Temple

Adventure game show.

: Something for theWeekend

Crimewatch presenter Rav
Wilding enjoys a Sunday lunch made by Simon Rimmer. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
Simon Rimmer 's relaxed Summer recipes in the July issue. On sale 2 June, price £3.10


Unknown: Simon Rimmer.
Unknown: Simon Rimmer

: Rugby Union

Highlights of yesterday's
Premiership final between
London Wasps and Leicester Tigers at Twickenham.
Coverage of the Edinburgh
Sevens is at 5pm. <s)

: MotoGP

Live coverage of round six of the MotoGP championship from Mugello in Italy.
Live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races from Mugello, 9.45am-12.15pm; post-race analysis 2.00-2.30pm (not Freeview)
Watch again over the next seven days. after 6.30pm. at www.bbcco.uk/iplayer

: Rowing

Highlights from Lucerne of the second of the season's three
World Cup regattas.
Live World Cup coverage from Lucerne,
9.45am-11.00 and 12.15-2.30pm
Watch again over the next seven days, after 6pm, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer

: Rugby League

Bradford Bulls v Hull FC
The last of the Challenge Cup quarter-finals (kick-off 3.15).
Bradford ran in nine tries at this stage 12 months ago as they crushed Huddersfield 52-20 to reach the last four. 2005 winners Hull FC also reached the quarters last season, but lost narrowly to Catalans Dragons.

: Rugby Union

Highlights from Edinburgh as the IRB Sevens series concludes after seven rounds.
Live coverage of the Rugby Sevens from Edinburgh, 10.00am-5.00pm
(Freeview from 2.30pm)

: Wild Britain

Wildlifein Britain's rock pools.

: Meerkat Manor

4/13; series four. The Death of Romance. Pregnant Kinkajoo becomes the group's dominant female. Repeated on Thursday at 3.10am
7.35 5/13. The Tale of Ren and Stumpy. When
Flower mysteriously vanishes, it is up to Rocket Dog to take control. Narrated by Bill Nighy.
Rptd Thursday. 3.35am First shown on Animal Planet


Unknown: Bill Nighy.

: Ray Mears Goes Walkabout

2/4. When Ray Mears Met the Bush Tucker Man
A journey across Queensland, north-east Australia, seen through the eyes of two exceptional men, as the survival expert teams up with Les Hiddins - the Bush Tucker Man. They both share a love of the wilderness and have learnt much from indigenous people. Each has already left his mark on the world of Bushcraft, and now they get to work together in this varied natural habitat.
Executive producer Ben Southwell Repeated tomorrow at 7pm Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel Tuesday at 8pm The Best.... TV forager: www.radiotimes.com/tv-foraqer


Unknown: Ray Mears
Unknown: Bush Tucker
Producer: Ben Southwell

: Wild China

4/6. Beyond the Great Wall. The landscapes north of the Great Wall have shaped some of China's most colourful people and wildlife. From nomadic tribes hunting with eagles and camel trains crossing the Silk Road, to the frozen Siberian wastes and deserts of central Asia, life in this vast area is always on the edge. Bernard Hill narrates. Director/Producer George Chan Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel on Tuesday at 10pm Repeated next Saturday


Unknown: Bernard Hill
Producer: George Chan

: Russia: a Journey with Jonathan Dimbleby

4/5. National Treasures. Tonight's journey starts in an emerald mine, after which Jonathan heads for the city of Ekaterinburg, built to protect and exploit reserves of iron. The commodity on which modern-day Russia prospers is oil so it's time for a train ride far north to Nizhnevartovsk where BP are co-owners of a huge oil field.
Following a trip to the old city of Tomsk, Jonathan visits Akademgorodok, a purpose-built metropolis to accommodate some of Russia's brainiest people. Director/Producer David Wallace


Producer: David Wallace

: The Liverpool Sound

To celebrate Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture, Paul McCartney takes centre stage at a special one-off concert in front of more than 30,000 people at the famous Anfield Stadium, home to Liverpool FC. The former Beatie will be joined by Kaiser Chiefs plus other special guests. Director Geoff Posner : Producer Cerrie Frost
See Alexei Sayle 's Liverpool at 9pm and BBC4's
Rock Family Trees at 10pm; plus BBC Radio 2 celebrates the city's pop music heritage in Out of Liverpool on Tuesday at 10.30pm


Unknown: Paul McCartney
Director: Geoff Posner
Producer: Cerrie Frost
Unknown: Alexei Sayle

: Heroes

6/11; Series two. The Line. The Company ask Mohinder to use Monica as a human guinea pig. Shown last Thursday For cast see page 110

: Heroes Unmasked

6/11; series two. Creating the locations Of the series. Shown last Thu

: Suddenly

Tense thriller starring
Frank Sinatra. The calm of the small American town of Suddenly is shattered when three armed men arrive and hold a family hostage. Review page 49. Director Lewis Allen (1954, PG) (BW)


Unknown: Frank Sinatra.
Director: Lewis Allen

: BBC News

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