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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Then Tweenies Songtime.

: CBBC: Roar

(R) (S)
Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

A scary fish monster.

: CBBC: Escape from Scorpion Island

The "Reckless Rally" challenge.

: Something for the Weekend

Tenor Russell Watson joins Tim Lovejoy , Amanda Hamilton and chef Simon Rimmer. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Simon Rimmer prepares a Christmas vegetarian centrepiece in the Dec issue. On sale now, EChristmas food special: page 41

Contributors

Tenor: Russell Watson
Unknown: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Amanda Hamilton
Unknown: Simon Rimmer.
Unknown: Simon Rimmer

: Rachel's Favourite Food at Home

Cooking for children.

: Animal Park

The monkeys keep pestering the buffaloes.

: Fred Dibnah's Made in Britain

Fred visits Astley Green Mining Museum.

: Racing

Three races from Aintree and one from Navan, Ireland, is the line-up. The Grand National in April will be on everyone's mind today when the runners line up for the Becher Chase at 2.50 - this race is over the fearsome National fences.
Other starts are at 1.40 and 2.15. From Navan, the Troytown Handicap Chase with some of Ireland's best young chasers is due to start at 2.30.

: Rugby Union

Highlights of England's clash with South Africa, yesterday at Twickenham, in a repeat of last year's World Cup final.
Highlights of the autumn internationals via the red button

: Voyages of Discovery

4/5. An 18th-century French expedition to determine the shape of the Earth.
First shown on BBC4

: Natural World

Whale Shark. Using satellite tags, marine biologist Mark Meekan tracks whale sharks. Shown last Tuesday

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Meekan

: Wild China

4/6. Beyond the Great Wall. Extreme landscapes to the north of the Great Wall have shaped some of China's most colourful people and wildlife. From the frozen Siberian wastes to the baking deserts of central Asia, life in northern China is always on the edge. Narrated by Bernard Hill.
Director/Producer George Chan

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Hill.
Producer: George Chan

: Long Way Down

3/6. Libya/Egypt/Sudan/Ethiopia. A sandstorm ensures a rough night's sleep followed by a dangerous journey in poor visibility, but the team eventually arrives safely in Egypt. However, road conditions in Sudan prove too much for some of the bikes. Then one of the team has a bad fall. Directors/Producers David Alexanian and Russ Malkin
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.20am

Contributors

Producers: David Alexanian
Producers: Russ Malkin

: Top Gear

4/8. The team drives from Switzerland to the north-west coast of England on just one tank of fuel; the winner gets to turn on the famous Blackpool Illuminations. Meanwhile James tackles his first ever power test in the Pagani Zonda F Roadster, and the Stig gets a chance to drive the Bugatti Veyron.
Executive producer Andy Wilman Rptd on Wed at 7pm Richard Hammond is a guest on The Paul O'Grady Show tomorrow at 5pm on Channel 4
RT DIRECT: Buy The Big Book of Top Gear 2009 for £9.99 (usually £12.99) plus free p&p. Call [number removed] (calls charged at standard rate) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter RTD275 at the checkout BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £3.95
See feature/photo gallery at www.radiotimes.com/top-gear

Contributors

Unknown: Pagani Zonda
Unknown: Bugatti Veyron.
Producer: Andy Wilman Rptd
Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: Paul O'Grady Show

: Dragons' Den: Duncan Bannatyne's Story

5/5. Profile of entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne, exploring his humble beginnings in Clydebank as he makes an emotional visit to the local pub where he used to play dominoes with his father. The tough-talking multimillionaire gives an insight into his unconventional career, and the programme joins him on holiday with his family. Producer Ellen Evans ; Series producer Sam Lewens
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.20pm
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at [web addresses removed]

Contributors

Subject: Duncan Bannatyne
Producer: Ellen Evans
Producer: Sam Lewens

: Match of the Day 2

Highlights of today's Premier League fixtures, featuring Sunderland v West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur v Blackburn Rovers.
Producer Phil Sibson : Editor Mark Demuth
BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available weekly, price £1.80

Contributors

Producer: Phil Sibson
Editor: Mark Demuth

: Graham Norton Uncut

An extended version of last Thursday's show, with Alan Carr and Tom Jones. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Carr
Unknown: Tom Jones.

: Heroes

8/25; series three. Villains. Hiro travels back to the days before Arthur Petrelli's death.
Regular cast on Wednesday Shown last Wednesday Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel

: XChange

Fast-moving futuristic action thriller starring Stephen Baldwin. PR man
Stefan Toffler exchanges his identity with a dangerous terrorist. Review page 59.
Director Allan Moyle (2000, 18)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Baldwin.
Unknown: Stefan Toffler
Director: Allan Moyle

: BBC News

: Inside Sport

Weekly round-up. Shown last Monday on BBC1








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