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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Then Tweenies Songtime

: CBBC: Roar

Followed by The Owl

: CBBC: Sportsround

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Gimme a Break

Two youngsters take control of their family holiday to Florida.

: CBBC: TMi

8/12. Boy band Avenue join in today's fun and games. Including Lockie Leonard.

Contributors

Guests: null Avenue

: CBBC: Hot Rods

Game show.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize

: CBBC: The Secret Show

Changed Daily reveals a secret.

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Double bill.

: CBBC: Eliot Kid

Eliot fears his mother has been kidnapped.

: Switch

Teen entertainment. www.bbc.co.uk/switch
Malcolm in the Middle 1/22; series six. Reese Comes Home. Reese parachutes into Afghanistan to start his military career, but soon decides to desert the army.
12.20 2/22. Buseys Run Away. Dewey guits his special-needs class, while the Buseys go AWOL.

: Mission Beach USA

4/8 The would-be lifeguards are plagued by injuries as the Del Mar competition approaches.

: Sound

With Katy Perry, Estelle and Jonas Brothers.

Contributors

Unknown: Katy Perry

: The Surgery

Jeff Leach and his teenage studio audience discuss how to end a relationship.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeff Leach

: Camelot

Sumptuous, Oscar-winning musical version of the hit Broadway play, starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave. In medieval times. King Arthur tries to create a new order of chivalry at the Round Table. Review page 35. Director Joshua Logan (1967, U)

Contributors

Director: Joshua Logan
King Arthur: Richard Harris
Queen Guenevere: Vanessa Redgrave
Lancelot Du Lac: Franco Nero
Mordred: David Hemmings
King Pellinore: Lionel Jeffries
Merlyn: Laurence Naismith

: Rugby Union

Ireland v New Zealand
Live action from Dublin, as Ireland clash with the All Blacks in their first match at Croke Park since their Triple Crown defeat to Wales in March (kick-off is at 5.15). New Ireland coach Declan Kidney has been thrown in at the deep end and could hardly have faced a more difficult start to his tenure. John Inverdale hosts, with commentary provided by Eddie Butler and Phillip Matthews. Highlights of England v Australia are at 7.05pm on BBC3 and tomorrow at 4pm on BBC2.
Producer Ken Burton
Digital viewers can see highlights of the autumn internationals via the red button

Contributors

Unknown: Declan Kidney
Unknown: John Inverdale
Provided By: Eddie Butler
Provided By: Phillip Matthews.
Producer: Ken Burton

: Coast

Southport to Whitehaven. in north-west England, Neil Oliver discovers why the Americans attacked the port of Whitehaven, and Hermione Cockburn investigates the alarming rate at which the sand is disappearing into the sea.
Series producer Steve Evanson

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Oliver
Unknown: Hermione Cockburn
Producer: Steve Evanson

: Stephen Fry in America

4/6. Mountains and Plains. A flight over the Rocky Mountains, a ride through the snow on a dogsled, and the Badlands of South Dakota are all part of this week's itinerary. Plus a visit to the bizarre home constructed in an underground missile base in Kansas, and it's party time with a band of Tex-Mex musicians in El Paso.
First shown on BBC1
Any episode, after it has been first broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer

: The Fallen

DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
British troops have now been in Afghanistan for over seven years and in Iraq for more than five.
In this powerful and poignant documentary from acclaimed film-maker Morgan Matthews, families and friends of those who have died in the conflicts talk openly and intimately about their loved ones and their grief. Cherished home movie footage featuring those who were to lose their lives, as well as archive footage, leaves a lasting impression of them both inside and out of the Armed Forces.
Director Morgan Matthews ; Producer Elodie Gornall
The Inside Story: page 48

Contributors

Unknown: Morgan Matthews
Director: Morgan Matthews
Producer: Elodie Gornall

: The Governess

Melancholy drama set in the mid-1840s, starring Minnie Driver and Tom Wilkinson. Following her father's murder, a single-minded Jewish girl pretends to be a Gentile in order to secure a job working as a governess on a Scottish island. Review page 35. Director Sandra Goldbacher (1997,15)

Contributors

Unknown: Minnie Driver
Unknown: Tom Wilkinson.
Director: Sandra Goldbacher

: American Movie

Offbeat comedy documentary following the trials and tribulations of Mark Borchardt, odd-job man and film director, as he attempts to make a short horror film called Coven. Review page 35.
Director Chris Smith (1999,15)

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Borchardt
Director: Chris Smith

: Fiend without a Face

Sci-fi horror starring Marshall Thompson. The citizens of a small Canadian town are shocked by a series of deaths, and are convinced something on a nearby US Air Force base is to blame. Review page 35.
Director Arthur Crabtree (1957, PG) (B/W)

Contributors

Unknown: Marshall Thompson.
Director: Arthur Crabtree








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