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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: Dogstar

: CBBC: Newsround

Followed by Batfink

: CBeebies: Little Red Tractor

Followed by Pingu

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

Upsy Daisy sets up her own megaphone.

: What Are You Like?

Panel show, here exploring snobbishness.
11.30 Competitiveness.

: Daily Politics - Conference Special

Parliamentary discussion from Manchester and Westminster. Highlights are at 11.20pm.

: See Hear

Stories from different eras.
With voiceover.

: Working Lunch

Financial news.

: Lifeline

Konnie Huq appeals on behalf of Afghanaid. DONATIONS: for details see BBC1 on Sunday at 5pm

: Coast

(Revised rpt)

: Sun, Sea and Bargain Spotting

in Cadaques, Spain.

: Murder, She Wrote

Three Strikes, You're Out. Jessica investigates the murder of a TV sports personality.

: Flog It!

From Bury St Edmunds.

: Step Up to the Plate

Three Cumbrian food connoisseurs take part.

: Wanted Down Under

Life in Adelaide.

: Party Conference Broadcast

By the Labour Party.

: Eggheads

Weekday quiz show. (R)

: Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two

Judge Craig Revel Horwood takes a privileged peak into the couples' training rooms.

: How to Build a Cathedral

The great cathedrals were the wonders of the medieval world, many were the tallest structures on Earth. Yet they were built without any modern-day technological aids, with little more than set-square and dividers, ropes and pulleys, hammers and chisels. Architectural historian Jon Cannon sheds light on how our medieval forebears realised such bold ambition. From Gloucester's fan vaulting and the stained glass at York, to the solid mass of Norwich and the soaring elegance of the Octagon at Ely, Jon visits our greatest cathedrals to find out how - and why - they were constructed. Director/Producer Victoria Page First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Cannon

: The Restaurant

5/15; series two. The seven remaining couples receive a special delivery - half a pig. Chef Raymond Blanc wants them to use every scrap of it in their weekend service, to prove they understand the importance of not wasting food. For vegetarians and keen animal-lovers, though, supervising the butchering of a pig isn't going to be easy, nor is persuading cautious British diners to try those parts of a porker they would normally not dare to touch. Continues tomorrow at 8pm.
Executive producers Chloe Solomon and Patrick Uden BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Raymond Blanc shares three of his smart restaurant-style recipes in the October issue. Out now, price £3.10

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Blanc
Producers: Chloe Solomon
Producers: Patrick Uden
Unknown: Raymond Blanc

: Britain's Youngest Grannies

With generation after generation of women giving birth in their teens, Britain is witnessing the emergence of a new kind of grandmother - sexy, glamorous and 30-something. But is it a nightmare to see your daughter become a teen mum just like you were? Or can you have it all - a beautiful new baby in the family that you've the youth and energy to enjoy, and can hand right back when it's time for a nappy change?
Director/Producer Tom Edwards First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Producer: Tom Edwards

: Grumpy Old Women

A look at the factors that lead to women of a certain age becoming cranky. Narrated by Alison Steadman, with contributions from Sheila Hancock, Stephanie Beacham, Annette Crosbie, Germaine Greer, Jenny Eclair, Muriel Gray and Arabella Weir. Director Claire Storey Lambert : Producer Judith Holder

Contributors

Unknown: Alison Steadman
Unknown: Sheila Hancock
Unknown: Stephanie Beacham
Unknown: Annette Crosbie
Unknown: Germaine Greer
Unknown: Jenny Eclair
Unknown: Muriel Gray
Unknown: Arabella Weir.
Director: Claire Storey Lambert
Producer: Judith Holder

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Today at Conference

The day's events at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester. Presented by Andrew Neil.

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Neil

: Charley Boorman: Ireland to Sydney by Any Means

3/6. The team finally reach Dubai and catch a container ship to India, where they explore Mumbai and endure a 19-hour train journey to Delhi.
Shown on Sunday at Bpm

: BBC News

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Secular Believers An introduction to a range of non-religious beliefs. 36212 5.00 RE Clips








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