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: CBeebies: Tikkabilla

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: Trollz

: CBBC: The Secret Show

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Help! Teach is Coming to Stay

Pupils spend a weekend teaching their teachers, before setting a test on Monday morning.

: CBBC: 50/50

: CBBC: The Slammer

Followed by Prank Patrol Pocketsize

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Double bill.

: CBBC: Eliot Kid

: Animal Park

Two tigers undergo highly risky operations.

: Celebrity MasterChef

The stakes are raised today as the four semi-finalists must create an impressive two-course meal for three of the country's most respected restaurant critics -
Charles Campion, Kate Spicer and Jay Rayner. The final begins on Wednesday at 8pm on BBC1. Shown yesterday on BBC1


Unknown: Charles Campion
Unknown: Kate Spicer
Unknown: Jay Rayner.

: The Red Shoes

Classic ballet drama starring Anton Walbrook, Moira Shearer and Marius Goring. Ballet impresario Boris Lermontov enlists promising dancer Victoria Page and young composer Julian Craster in his company. But when the couple fall in love, Lermontov decides that romance will not interfere with their careers. Film of the Day: p39. Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (1948, U)


Unknown: Anton Walbrook
Unknown: Moira Shearer
Unknown: Marius Goring.
Unknown: Boris Lermontov
Unknown: Julian Craster
Directors: Michael Powell

: Flog It!

Paul Martin visits Weymouth to meet people eager to earn easy money at auction.


Unknown: Paul Martin

: Coast

(Revised rpt)

: Murder, She Wrote

A Fashionable Way to Die Jessica investigates the death of an underworld figure who dealt in high fashion.

: Golf: the Open

Further live coverage of the third day's play at Royal Birkdale. Highlights at 11pm, plus further coverage tomorrow from 11am.
Producer Kate McKeag ; Editor Ron Chakraborty
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from Royal Birkdale, 9am to 7pm, followed by highlights through the night


Producer: Kate McKeag
Editor: Ron Chakraborty

: Dad's Army

Come In, Your Time Is Up. Mainwaring and the platoon try to fish a German aircrew out of a dinghy. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry


Unknown: David Croft
Unknown: Jimmy Perry

: Hadrian

In the run-up to the British Museum's eagerly awaited Hadrian: Empire and Conflict exhibition, scheduled to start this Thursday, Dan Snow takes a look around his vast former empire, uncovering both the genius and the darker side of the man: peacemaker, frontier-builder, star-crossed lover, architect and ruthless oppressor of the Jews. But Dan still maintains he was one of the greatest of all Roman emperors.
Director/Producer John Trefor Dan Snow answers One Final Question: page


Unknown: Dan Snow
Producer: John Trefor

: Have I Got Old News for You

Kirsty Young takes the hot seat to dissect the results of the 2005 general election with guests Andy Hamilton and Peter Oborne.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting


Unknown: Kirsty Young
Unknown: Andy Hamilton
Unknown: Peter Oborne.
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Jo Bunting

: Comics Britannia

New series 1/3. The Fun Factory. Exploring the golden age of children's humour when copies of The Beano and Dandy sold in their millions, with iconic characters such as Desperate Dan, Dennis the Menace and the Bash Streets Kids getting up to all sorts. Contributions from Nick Park, Steve Bell, Michael Rosen and Jacqueline Wilson. Director/Producer Merryn Threadgould First shown on BBC4


Unknown: Nick Park
Unknown: Steve Bell
Unknown: Michael Rosen
Unknown: Jacqueline Wilson.

: Mock the Week

2/12; series six. Stephen K Amos and Ed Byrne join regular panellists Frankie Boyle,
Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons in the topical comedy quiz show. Hosted by Dara O'Briain. Shown last Thursday Dara O'Briain guests on Something for the Weekend, tomorrow 9.30am


Unknown: Stephen K Amos
Unknown: Ed Byrne
Unknown: Frankie Boyle
Unknown: Hugh Dennis
Unknown: Russell Howard
Unknown: Andy Parsons
Unknown: Dara O'Briain

: Today at the Open

Highlights from the third day's play.
Digital viewers can access highlights through the night from Royal Birkdale until 9am tomorrow morning
Watch again over the next seven days, after 3am, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer

: Comedy Connections: Till Death Us Do Part

1/8. Mapping the stories of enduring comedy shows, beginning with Till Death Us Do Part, which was one of the most controversial sitcoms of all time. With contributions from Warren Mitchell, Antony Booth and Una Stubbs. Shown yesterday on BBC1


Interviewee: Warren Mitchell
Interviewee: Antony Booth
Interviewee: Una Stubbs.
Director: Kevin McMunigal

: Girl from Rio

Exotic comedy starring Hugh Laurie. Driven to despair by his unfaithful wife, Raymond steals a fortune from his bank and sets off to find the girl of his dreams in Rio. Review p39.
Director Christopher Monger (2001,15)


Unknown: Hugh Laurie.
Director: Christopher Monger

: Arrested Development

1/13; series three. The Cabin Show. Michael gloats to the wrong person.
2.45 2/13. For British Eyes Only. Lindsay tries to seduce the family lawyer.

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