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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.
Followed by The Owl

: CBBC: Roar

: Something for theWeekend

Actor Ralf Little enjoys a Sunday lunch prepared by Simon Rimmer. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
Simon Rimmer 's relaxed Summer recipes in the July issue. On sale now, price £3.10


Unknown: Ralf Little
Unknown: Simon Rimmer.
Unknown: Simon Rimmer

: Isle of Man TT

Highlights of the famous motorcycling road race, as last year's winner John McGuinness aims for a 14th victory.


Unknown: John McGuinness

: MotoGP

Live coverage of round seven of the MotoGP championship from Catalonia in Spain. Last year, Valentino Rossi started in pole position but Casey Stoner hit the front on the first lap and the lead changed hands several times before the Australian claimed his first title.
Live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races from Catalonia, 9.45am-12.15pm: post-race analysis 2.00-2.30pm
Watch again over the next seven days, after 630pm, at www.bbc.co.ukfalayer


Unknown: Valentino Rossi
Unknown: Casey Stoner

: Tennis

Coverage of the French Open men's singles final from
Roland Garros , where three-times champion Rafael Nadal and world number one Roger Federer are seeded to meet.
Although the Spaniard has an 8-1 winning record against him on clay, the Swiss maestro is desperate to win the one
Grand Slam that alludes him. But world number three
Novak Djokovic will have the confidence to think he can beat both of them. Introduced by Sue Barker.
From 6pm, or end of play, press red for highlights of the men's and women's singles finals (not Freeview)


Unknown: Roland Garros
Unknown: Rafael Nadal
Unknown: Roger Federer
Unknown: Novak Djokovic
Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: Watching the Wild:Fallow Deer

The pretty mammal of the New Forest.

: Natural World

Moose in the Glen. In northern Scotland, Paul Lister is creating Europe's first wilderness game reserve where he plans to reintroduce native animals.
Producer Mike Birkhead ; Series editor Tim Martin


Unknown: Paul Lister
Producer: Mike Birkhead
Editor: Tim Martin

: Meerkat Manor

6/13. Sibling Rivalry. The Zappa clan have a revolution and Houdini rises to his destiny.
Repeated on Thursday at 3.10am
7.35 7/13. Heavy the Crown. Rocketdog, the new Whiskers leader, must defend her territory as well as her position. Narrated by Bill Nighy.
Rptd Thursday 3.35am First shown on Animal Planet


Unknown: Bill Nighy.

: Ray Mears Goes Walkabout

3/4. Torres Strait. The survival expert finds out how islanders living to the north of the Australian mainland have adapted ancient bushcraft into their modern lifestyles. He also discovers how their skills helped them survive the Second World War and tells the story of a young woman shipwrecked in the 19th century, who survived despite the islands' reputation for cannibalism at the time. Director/Producer John Miller Repeated tomorrow at 7pm
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel Tuesday 8pm The Best ... TV forager: www.radiotimes.com/tv-forager

: Wild China

5/6. Land of the Panda. China's heartland contains the Great Wall, the Temple of Heaven and Beijing's Olympic Stadium, and is home to charismatic creatures such as the golden takin and the giant panda. Narrated by Bernard Hill.
Director/Producer Gavin Maxwell Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 9pm Repeated next Saturday The Inside Story: page 74


Unknown: Bernard Hill.
Producer: Gavin Maxwell

: Russia: a Journey with Jonathan Dmbteby

5/5. Far from Moscow, In Siberia, Jonathan finds a sharp contrast between a Buryat shaman's holy place and bustling Irkutsk, where Aids-related disease is rife. His next stop is Chita, where he meets an oligarch who fell foul of Putin, while Blagoveshchensk has been turned into a boom town by the Chinese need for gold. Finally, he visits a Jewish homeland created by Stalin before reaching the Pacific at Vladivostok. Director/Producer Jamie Muir


Producer: Jamie Muir

: The Graham Norton Show

8/12. A lively mix of comedy monologues and celebrity Chat. Shown last Thursday

: Heroes

7/11; series two. Out of Time. Peter Petrelli finds himself in a future New York.
For cast see page 116 Shown last Thursday Programme update: www.radiotimes.com/heroes


Unknown: Peter Petrelli

: Heroes Unmasked

7/11; series two. Insight into the deadly virus. Shown last Thursday

: Leon the Pig Farmer

Offbeat comedy starring Mark Frankel. While working for his mother's catering company, Leon Geller makes a discovery that will change his life. Review p54.
Directors Vadim Jean and Gary Sinyor (1992, 15)


Unknown: Mark Frankel.
Unknown: Leon Geller
Directors: Vadim Jean
Directors: Gary Sinyor

: BBC News

: The Super League Show

Highlights from the latest round of fixtures.
Shown on BBC1 North at 2.55pm
Watch highlights again over the next seven days, after
7.40am, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer

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