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: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

A fancy-dress competition.

: CBBC: Newsround

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Barney's Barrier Reef

Creatures who help others survive.

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

Contributors

Presenter: Sam Nixon
Presenter: Mark Rhodes

: CBeebies: Nina and the Neurons

Listening to find out secrets.

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

The children are lost.

: Journeys from the Centre of the Earth

How natural phenomena have influenced religion. Dr lain Stewart presents.

: Daily Politics

With Anita Anand.

Contributors

Presenter: Anita Anand

: Working Lunch

interior designer Kelly Hoppen joins the team in the studio to talk about business.

Contributors

Designer: Kelly Hoppen

: Out of the Blue

Peta and Nate discover that Shaun is bad news - but it's too late to stop Kirsten getting in his car.

: Coast

: Snooker

Coverage of a best-of-11-frame quarter-final at the Masters tournament in Wembley Arena. Eventual runner-up Stephen Lee was an emphatic 6-1 winner over Peter Ebdon at this stage last year. With Hazel Irvine, Ray Stubbs, Steve Davis and John
Parrott Commentary by Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne, Ken Doherty and John Virgo.
Additional live coverage from 1.30pm until the end of play

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Lee
Unknown: Peter Ebdon
Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Steve Davis
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor
Commentary By: Willie Thorne
Commentary By: Ken Doherty
Commentary By: John Virgo.

: Flog It! Ten of the Best

Paul Martin examines the most exciting items ever brought on the show.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Martin

: Eggheads

Quiz with Jeremy Vine.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Vine.

: Extreme Dreams: the Ultimate Challenge

Ben Fogle and his team hope to reach the summit of Ecuador's Mount Chimborazo, the closest point to the sun on Earth, but their survival and ice-training skills are put to the test.

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Fogle

: Snooker

The fourth quarter-final gets under way this evening at the Wembley Arena. Introduced by Hazel Irvine and Ray Stubbs.
Digital viewers can access live uninterrupted coverage from
1.30pm until end of play via the red button

Contributors

Unknown: Wembley Arena.
Introduced By: Hazel Irvine
Introduced By: Ray Stubbs.

: Natural World

Mountains of the Monsoon. The story of environmentalist and photographer
Sandesh Kadur and his trek through India's Western Ghats mountain range, which is drenched by six metres of monsoonal rainfall each year. Alongside familiar Indian species like elephants, tigers and peacocks are more mysterious creatures that aren't found anywhere else: a purple frog with a face like a shrew and a monkey with a lion-like mane and tail. Most intriguing of all is a chance sighting of a grey big cat, unlike anything scientists have seen before. Producer Harry Marshall ; Series editor Tim Martin Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
LONELY PLANET MAGAZINE: David Attenborough 's guide to the wildlife of the Galapagos Islands in issue two. Available 22 Jan, £3.50 The Inside Story: page

Contributors

Unknown: Sandesh Kadur
Producer: Harry Marshall
Editor: Tim Martin
Unknown: David Attenborough

: Coast

England's south coast. (Revised rpt)

: Around the World in 80 Faiths

3/8. Africa. The Rev Peter Owen Jones visits Africa where he hopes to get an insight into humanity's first glimpse of the divine. In Benin, he's confronted by voodoo practices that contradict his own religious convictions and meets the San Bushmen of Botswana, inheritors of the earliest faith on Earth. In South Africa he comes across members of an apocalyptic church and in Ethiopia encounters a Utopian community of Rastafarians, and meets members of Africa's oldest Christian church.
Director/Producer Tom Sheahan Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Owen Jones
Unknown: San Bushmen
Producer: Tom Sheahan

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks: Technically, the Best Series Ever

A look back at the highlights of the most recent series, reviewing some of the best moments.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Stu Mather

Contributors

Director: Ian Lorimer
Producer: Stu Mather

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: Newsnight Review

With Kirsty Wark.
Producer Liz Gibbons
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.
Producer: Liz Gibbons

: The Culture Show Uncut

An extended version of Tuesday's show, featuring music from Antony and the Johnsons.

: Snooker

The fourth quarter-final.

: Snooker Extra

The third quarter-final.

: The Big Wheel

Sports drama starring Mickey Rooney as Billy Coy, a mechanic who follows in his father's footsteps in becoming a racing driver. But when he causes the death of another competitor, Coy finds it difficult to find anyone to back him. Review page 56.
Director Edward Ludwig 1949, U) (BW)

Contributors

Unknown: Mickey Rooney
Director: Edward Ludwig








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