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: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

Ben reads his favourite story.

: CBBC: Watch My Chops

A week on a desert island.

: CBBC: Newsround

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Barney's Barrier Reef

Slimy sea creatures.

: CBBC: Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster

Contributors

Presenter: Sam Nixon
Presenter: Mark Rhodes

: CBeebies: Nina and the Neurons

Smell and taste.

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

The Tombliboos drink juice.

: Wildlife on Two

The surprisingly violent life of the robin.

: Daily Politics

Presented by Andrew Neil and AnitaAnand.

Contributors

Presented By: Andrew Neil

: See Hear

How sign language is processed and people use their senses.
With voiceover.

: Working Lunch

The latest stories from the business world.

: Snooker

On day four of the Masters from Wembley Arena, Scot Stephen Hendry meets
Australian Neil Robertson in a first-round tie. Hendry has won the competition six times, but was narrowly defeated at this stage last year by eventual champion Mark Selby. Hosed by Hazel Irvine, Ray Stubbs, Steve Davis and John Parrott.
Commentary by Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne, Ken Doherty and John Virgo.
Additional live coverage from 2pm until the end of play

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Hendry
Unknown: Neil Robertson
Unknown: Mark Selby.
Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott.
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor
Commentary By: Willie Thorne
Commentary By: Ken Doherty
Commentary By: John Virgo.

: Flog It! Ten of the Best

Paul Martin recalls some of the most interesting antiques inspired by animals.

: Eggheads

Quiz show.

: Extreme Dreams: the Ultimate Challenge

While training to climb Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador, disaster strikes when Craig loses a crampon and Phil is frozen in his tracks.

: Snooker

The final first-round match of the Masters gets under way this evening as World championship runner-up Ali Carter battles it out with world number nine Peter Ebdon for a place in the quarter-finals. With Hazel Irvine and Ray Stubbs.
Digital viewers can access live uninterrupted coverage from 2pm until end of play via the red button

Contributors

Unknown: Ali Carter
Unknown: Peter Ebdon
Unknown: Ray Stubbs.

: It's Not Easy Being Green

2/8; series three. Dick Strawbridge ponders why honey bees are in such a predicament at the moment and Lauren Laverne channels a punk-rock aesthetic as she recycles and revamps some antique furniture. Meanwhile, musician-turned-farmer Alex James puts his eco-credentials to the test. The Blur bass player also gets some help from his mum Brigit when he does a spot of gardening. Series producer Kimberley Littlemore
Executive producer Julian Mercer

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Strawbridge
Unknown: Alex James
Producer: Kimberley Littlemore
Producer: Julian Mercer

: MasterChef

Six contestants start off by inventing a dish from scratch in 50 minutes using only the ingredients they've been given. The best three then get to work in the kitchen of London's Delf ina restaurant, before trying to impress chef John Torode and food writer Gregg Wallace with a two-course meal. Microwave pressure cooker offer: page 42

Contributors

Unknown: John Torode
Unknown: Gregg Wallace

: The City Uncovered with Evan Davis

New series 1/3. Banks and How to Break Them As part of the City season, the BBC's former economics editor investigates the role banks played in the biggest financial chaos in living memory by looking at how they are supposed to work and what happened when their traditional roles were abandoned. Tracing the rise and fall of Northern Rock and Lehman Brothers, the Today presenter tries to get to the bottom of why the UK experienced its first run on a high street bank since the mid-19th century and what prompted a giant of Wall Street to collapse in the biggest bankruptcy in history.
Producer Andy Webb ; Series producer Simon Finch Crunch time: page 41

Contributors

Producer: Andy Webb
Producer: Simon Finch

: QI

Stephen Fry takes the helm as Charlie Higson, Andy Hamilton, Rob Brydon and Alan Davies explore the flotsam and jetsam of nautical minutiae.
Shown last Friday on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Charlie Higson
Unknown: Andy Hamilton
Unknown: Rob Brydon
Unknown: Alan Davies

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: Snooker

Action from the concluding last-16 Masters match between Ali Carter and Peter Ebdon.

Contributors

Unknown: Ali Carter
Unknown: Peter Ebdon.

: Snooker Extra

Highlights of Stephen Hendry's match with Neil Robertson.

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Hendry
Unknown: Neil Robertson.

: BBC News

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Living with Globalisation
5.00 Geography Clips








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