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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: Hider in the House

Followed by The Owl

: CBeebies: Bob the Builder: Project Build It!

Spud overhears Bob and Farmer Pickles planning to build something out of straw.

: CBeebies: Charlie and Lola

Then Fimbly Songtime

: CBeebies: Big Barn Farm

Petal sets out to prove her boast that piglets can do anything.

: CBeebies: Nina and the Neurons

The scientist finds out about the benefits of suntan cream.

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

Upsy Daisy tries to rest.

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
10.30 The Magic Key (ages 5-6) 3291416

10.45 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9) 769110

11.15 Tales from Europe (ages 7-9)

11.30 Watch (ages 5-7)

11.45 Something Special (ages 4-7)

: The Daily Politics

Parliamentary proceedings interspersed with discussions and interviews. Presented by Geeta Guru-Murthy .

Contributors

Presented By: Geeta Guru-Murthy

: Working Lunch

With Adam Shaw and Nik Wood. Plus answers to viewers' questions on savings and investments. CONTACT: email [address removed] or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Nik Wood.

: Out of the Blue

Paul's desperate effort to talk to Gabby pushes her further away. Tess's attempt at selling the diamonds backfires.

: Tennis

Coverage of the quarter-finals of the men's grass court tournament at the Queen's Club. Last year Nicolas Masut caused a surprise in the last eight when he knocked out top seed and world number two Rafael Nadal. With commentary from Andrew Castle, Mark Petchey , John Lloyd and Greg Rusedski. Sue Barker hosts.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from 12 noon until 8pm

Contributors

Unknown: Nicolas Masut
Unknown: Rafael Nadal.
Unknown: Mark Petchey
Unknown: John Lloyd
Unknown: Greg Rusedski.

: Great British Menu Banquet

The final 14 of the nation's finest chefs prepare the winning four-course menu at a banquet for the cream of the culinary world at London's Gherkin. producer Philip J Smith ; Exec producer Gary Broadhurst BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: favourite dishes from some of the finalists in the July issue. On sale now, price E3.10 Taste of the future: page 48

Contributors

Producer: Philip J Smith
Producer: Gary Broadhurst

: Gold Fever!

3/8. Gold has always been seen as a safe bet in times of financial trouble, and the price has quadrupled in the last ten years. The Money
Programme's Max Flint travels to the gold mines of Nevada and the souks of Dubai to find out why. Director/Producer Ben Limberg The Inside Story: page

Contributors

Unknown: Max Flint
Producer: Ben Limberg

: The Trees That Made Britain

5/6. Tony Kirkham attempts to climb the biggest tree in Kew Gardens for the first time in his career. Series producer Tim Green

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Kirkham
Producer: Tim Green

: Gardeners' World Live

Featuring the most popular gardening event of the year from the NEC in Birmingham. Rachel meets up with star of Disney's Prince Caspian, Ben Barnes , to present him with a rose, while Carol predicts this season's must-have plants. producer Vanessa Jackson ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 10pm BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: a look at series producer Rosemary Edwards 's garden in the June issue. On sale now, price E3.30 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips and lavender plants offer: page 48

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Barnes
Producer: Vanessa Jackson
Producer: Rosemary Edwards
Producer: Rosemary Edwards
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh

: Alexei Sayle's Liverpool

2/3. Capital and Culture. The comedian looks at the latest incarnation of the city as a capital of culture and examines its historical past. He discovers how slavery was behind some of the fabulous architecture; Liverpudlian merchants organised the construction of a medical school, an art gallery, Pier Head and St George 's Hall, Europe's largest neo-classical building. He also looks at examples of when planners got it wrong. Director/Series producer Lucy Swingler

Contributors

Unknown: St George
Producer: Lucy Swingler

: QI

Quiz where points are awarded for the answers host Stephen Fry finds most interesting.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Director: Ian Lorimer
Producer: John Lloyd

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: Newsnight Review

With Martha Kearney.
Series producer Tanya Hudson Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Martha Kearney.
Producer: Tanya Hudson

: The Culture Show Uncut

2/13. Including music from Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan in an extended version of Tuesday's edition.

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lanegan

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Series six.
Schisms. Riker is permanently exhausted.
1.05 True 0. An intern learns her true heritage and faces a challenging question.

: Kyle XY

4/10. Kyle dreams about Amanda.
Shown on Saturday at 12 noon

: Devils of Darkness *

Horror starring William
Sylvester. Terror stalks a small French village when two holidaymakers are killed. Review p58. Director Lance Comfort (1964, 15)

: Malcolm in the Middle

11/22; series five.
Shown yesterday at 12.10am
4.20 12/22. Shown yesterday at 12.30am








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