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: CBeebies: Tikkabilla

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: The Batman

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Raven: the Secret Temple

Five warriors remain.

: CBBC: SMart

Blue Peter's Andy Akinwolere joins Mike Fischetti and Kirsten O'Brien to make Moroccan tiles and a monster bin.


Presenter: Mike Fischetti
Presenter: Kirsten O'Brien
Guest: Andy Akinwolere

: Something for the Weekend

Taking a break from his pigs, farmer Jimmy Doherty joins Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton to watch classic TV clips from the archives and enjoy a Sunday lunch.
BBC Good Food Magazine: £3.10
Jimmy Doherty's Farming Heroes continues on Tuesday at 9pm


Presenter: Tim Lovejoy
Presenter: Amanda Hamilton
Guest: Jimmy Doherty

: Rachel's Favourite Food at Home

The chef prepares stuffed baked potatoes, lamb samosas and spicy popcorn.

: Animal Park

Ben Fogle and Kate Humble visit Kenya to encounter rhinos in their natural habitat.
Back at Longleat, Trevor the ostrich gets amorous as his hormones start raging.


Presenter: Ben Fogle
Presenter: Kate Humble

: Fred Dibnah's World of Steam, Steel and Stone

The steeplejack's fascination with mining, which led him to dig his own coal mine in his back garden and also show people the dangers faced by those working down the pit.


Presenter: Fred Dibnah

: Golf

The delightful Sunningdale Golf Club in Berkshire provides the setting for the final round in the last of this year's women's Majors - the British Open.
Reigning champion is Mexican Lorena Ochoa, but 2003 victor Annika Sorenstam will be hoping to add some more silverware to her already laden trophy cabinet, in what is her final season on the women's professional tour.
If the golf overruns, digital viewers can press red for final coverage (not Freeview)


Golfer: Lorena Ochoa
Golfer: Annika Sorenstam

: Earth: the Power of the Planet: 1/5: Volcano

The powerful natural forces that shaped the world, starting with volcanos, probably the most important aspect of the climatic processes that brought the Ice Age to an end.


Director/Producer: Paul Olding

: Dragons' Den: 2/8

Series six. Business ventures seeking funding tonight include a trendy new fashion idea, an innovative in-line roller skate, crime-stopping devices and a gadget to get children away from their computer screens. Presented by Evan Davis.
(Shown last Monday)


Presenter: Evan Davis

: Top Gear

The team looks back at some of the highlights from the previous series, including their heroic attempt to cross the English Channel in their home-made amphibious cars, Jeremy wreaking havoc at BBC TV Centre and an interview with Formula One star Lewis Hamilton.
Blogs and photo galleries at [web address removed]


Interviewee: Lewis Hamilton
Executive producer: Andy Wilman

: Long Way Round: 5/7

A bad fall and more mechanical trouble dogs Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman as their motorbike odyssey continues. After regrouping to assess the damage, they head for Ulan Bator and are taken on an underground tour of the Mongolian capital's sewers. They then travel back into Russia and on to Siberia, where they're informed of a really bad stretch of road ahead.
Reluctantly they decide to let a train take the strain.
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.20pm
First shown on Sky One


Presenter/Executive Producer: Ewan McGregor
Presenter/Executive Producer: Charley Boorman
Executive Producer: David Alexanian
Executive Producer: Russ Malkin

: Sprint

Four of Britain's young 100m sprinters are the focus of this detailed documentary. Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, Craig Pickering, Simeon Williamson and Wade Bennett-Jackson follow gruelling training schedules in a bid to represent Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics in London. All four have already enjoyed varying degrees of success - can their dedication and determination see them through?
The Olympic Opening Ceremony is on Friday at 12.45pm on BBC1


Subject: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey
Subject: Craig Pickering
Subject: Simeon Williamson
Subject: Wade Bennett-Jackson
Director: Robert Ryan
Executive Producer: John Battsek

: The Big Kahuna

Theatrical drama starring Kevin Spacey, Danny DeVito and Peter Facinelli.
Three salesmen - newly married Bob, brash womaniser Larry and jaded manager Phil - converge in a hotel hospitality suite to meet "the big kahuna", a potential client whose investment could save their flagging company. But the client keeps them waiting and, as the night wears on, tempers begin to fray.
Review page 40 (1999,15)


Director: John Swanbeck
Larry Mann: Kevin Spacey
Bob Walker: Peter Facinelli
Phil Cooper: Danny Devito
Bellboy: Paul Dawson

: BBC News

: The Super League Show

Highlights include Wigan Warriors v Hull FC and Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos.

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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