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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: Roar

: CBBC: Sportsround

Followed by The Owl

: CBBC: Gimme a Break

A family holiday to Jersey.
Followed by The Owl

: CBBC: TMI: 5/12

With the cast of The Sarah Jane Adventures. Includes Lockie Leonard.

: CBBC: Hot Rods

Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Tracy loses patience.

: CBBC: Eliot Kid

: Switch

Teen entertainment. www.bbc.co.uk/switch
Sound Music show featuring performances by Fall Out Boy, and Noah and the Whale.

: Mission Beach USA

New series 1/8. Eight British teenagers who want to be lifeguards arrive in California to begin San Diego's world-famous junior training programme.

: Greek

Separation Anxiety
Jen K freaks out when Rusty professes his feelings for her
First shown on BBC3

: Revealed

Current affairs show presented by Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter.

Contributors

Presented By: Charlotte Ashton
Presented By: Anthony Baxter.

: Animal Park

Three rhinos are transported to their new home in the safari park. (Revised rpt)

: 20,000 Leagues under the Sea

1/2. An adaptation of Jules Verne 's classic fantasy novel, starring Michael Caine and Patrick Dempsey. A professor sets out in search of a monster terrorising the high seas, but encounters something he did not expect.
4.10 2/2. The professor discovers that the so-called creature is actually a futuristic submarine.

Contributors

Unknown: Jules Verne
Unknown: Michael Caine
Unknown: Patrick Dempsey.

: Coast

Series three. The team travels Ireland's west coast between Galway Bay and Fastnet Rock

: Dad's Army

Keep Young and Beautiful. When the government decides the Home Guard needs more youth, the boys take drastic action to roll back the years.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry

Contributors

Unknown: David Croft
Unknown: Jimmy Perry

: Stephen Fry in America

2/6. The Deep South. Stephen takes his taxi to the Deep South, which he fondly describes as "a place of cotton, courtesy, gospel music, mint juleps, divine accents and sultry southern belles". Shown last Sunday on BBC1

: Timewatch: Ten Pound Poms

5/6. The latest figures suggest that some 30,000 Brits head for Australia each year, but that's just a fraction of the one million who gambled on the ten pound assisted-passage scheme through the 1950s and 60s, in one of the largest planned migrations of the 20th century. This film charts the lives of nine of the emigrants. Producer Chris Hilton ; Editor John Farren
www.open2.net
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer

Contributors

Producer: Chris Hilton
Editor: John Farren

: Have I Got a Bit More News for You

2/9. An extended repeat of yesterday's BBC1 show, with guest host Alexander Armstrong.

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Armstrong.

: Arena: The Agony and Ecstasy of Phil Spector

Legendary, reclusive and controversial, Phil Spector changed the face of pop with his reverbladen "wall of sound" production techniques, working with artists including the Ronettes and John Lennon. Here, Spector explains his creative process in a rare interview from 2007, plus footage from his high-profile trial of the same year. Director Vikram Jayanti
Producers Vikram Jayanti and Anthony Wall Spector in the limelight: page 31

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Spector
Unknown: John Lennon.
Director: Vikram Jayanti
Producers: Vikram Jayanti
Producers: Anthony Wall

: BBC Electric Proms

Saturday Night Fever/Razorlight. Disco returns at Camden's Roundhouse as Edith Bowman hosts a Saturday Night Fever 30th anniversary special. Up at Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall, Mark Radcliffe introduces a set from Razorlight.
Directors Janet Fraser Crook and Nick Wickham ; Producers Serena Cross and Sally Wood www.bbc.co.uk/electricproms Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel The Electric Proms continue tomorrow with Oasis, live on BBC Radio 1 at 9pm, and at 11.10pm on BBC2
Digital viewers can see a rolling choice of acts from the Electric Proms, including Nitin Sawhney

Contributors

Unknown: Edith Bowman
Introduces: Mark Radcliffe
Directors: Janet Fraser Crook
Directors: Nick Wickham
Directors: Sally Wood
Unknown: Nitin Sawhney

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

4/13. Featuring comedian Rhys Darby, Harry Judd from McFly and guest Captain Johnny Vegas. Shown last Thursday

Contributors

Unknown: Rhys Darby
Unknown: Johnny Vegas.

: Ordinary Decent Criminal

Darkly comic crime caper starring Kevin Spacey. The exploits of Dublin criminal Michael Lynch earn him the status of a modern-day Robin Hood, but the IRA and police soon take an interest. Review page 39. Director Thaddeus O'Sullivan (1999,15)

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Spacey.
Director: Thaddeus O'Sullivan

: The Son's Room

Award-winning drama directed by and starring Nanni Moretti. A successful psychoanalyst's family life is ruined by a tragic accident. In Italian with English subtitles. Review page 39.
(2001,15)

Contributors

Unknown: Nanni Moretti.








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