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: CBeebies: Tikkabilla

Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments

: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

Ben and Small make a pie.

: CBBC: Batfink

: CBBC: Mortified

Followed by Prank Patrol Pocketsize

: CBBC: Richard Hammond's Blast Lab: 6/12

Fluid dynamics.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Hammond

: CBBC: Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Roar

: Switch

Malcolm in the Middle
14/22; series six. Ida Loses a Leg. Ida saves Dewey's life. Followed by Proper Messy

: The Almost Perfect Guideto Life

5/6. A rock group is advised on how to fine-tune its act

: Myths

5/6. A teenager thinks she has found love.

: Sound

Radio 1 DJ Reggie Yates drops in for a chat.

Contributors

Unknown: Reggie Yates

: Trexx & Flipside

5/6. The duo's manager tries to persuade a renowned producer to work on their next track. Writers James Griffiths. Mark Oswin
First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: James Griffiths.
Unknown: Mark Oswin

: Revealed

With Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter.

Contributors

Unknown: Charlotte Ashton
Unknown: Anthony Baxter.

: Coast

Neil Oliver visits Felixstowe. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Oliver

: Living in the Sun

A restaurant and hotel business in Spain, and a kung fu school on the Costas.

: Psych

New series 1/15. Feature-length pilot of a new comedy detective drama. A novice sleuth convinces the police he has psychic powers.

: Final Score

Results from the Premier League, Football League and the Scottish Cup.

: The World at War

How the French Army suffered a heavy defeat in 1940 after underestimating the strength of the Nazis. Sir Laurence Olivier narrates. Continues on Monday at 2.05pm.

Contributors

Narrator: Sir Laurence Olivier

: Coast

On the southern shores of Wales, Neil Oliver discovers why, 80 years ago, one beach briefly became the "fastest place on Earth".
Executive producer William Lyons (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Oliver
Producer: William Lyons

: Victorian Farm

5/6. The team embarks on a trip by steam train, and the sheep are sheared using the time-saving technology Of the age. Shown last Thursday

: Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life

David Attenborough shares his view on natural selection's founding father. Starting from Darwin's home in Kent, David travels to Cambridge University, the Natural History Museum and the Orkney Isles, trying to piece together how the scientist came to the paradigm-shifting conclusions he did. Producer Sacha Mirzoeff
Executive producer Brian Leith Shown last Sunday on BBC1 Signed repeated tomorrow at 12.40am on BBC1
Showing on the BBC HD channel on Monday at 8pm FREE OPEN UNIVERSITY POSTER: visit www.bbc.co.uk/darwin or telephone [number removed] (calls charged at local rate)

Contributors

Producer: Sacha Mirzoeff
Producer: Brian Leith

: Iran and the West

DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
New series 1/3. The Man Who Changed the World To mark the 30th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution, this series reveals how Ayatollah Khomeini swept to power and why Iran's relations with the West have soured in the intervening years. In episode one, for the first time on TV, former American president Jimmy Carter discusses the US embassy siege in Tehran, which lasted a total of 444 days. Contributors also include ex-American vice president Walter Mondale and Iran's foreign minister at the time, Ebrahim Yazdi. Producer Dai Richards ; Series producer Norma Percy
Repeated on Thursday at 11.50pm See also Rageh inside Iran at 10pm on BBC4 and the film The Beautiful City at 1.40am on BBC2 The Inside Story: page: 50

Contributors

Unknown: Ayatollah Khomeini
Unknown: Jimmy Carter
Unknown: Walter Mondale
Unknown: Ebrahim Yazdi.
Producer: Dai Richards
Producer: Norma Percy

: QI XL

5/12. Guests Jo Brand, Dara O'Briain, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies join host Stephen Fry.
Extended repeat from yesterday on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Jo Brand
Unknown: Dara O'Briain
Unknown: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Stephen Fry.

: Scoop

Romantic comedy directed by and starring Woody Allen.
American journalist Sondra Pransky is told by the spirit of a dead reporter that aristocrat Peter Lyman is the serial killer who's been terrorising London. But is her unusual source accurate? Review page 40. (2006)
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel

Contributors

Unknown: Woody Allen.
Unknown: Sondra Pransky
Unknown: Peter Lyman
Sid Waterman: Woody Allen
Peter Lyman: Hugh Jackman
Sondra Pransky: Scarlett Johansson
Joe Strombei: Ian McShane
Mr Malcolm: Charles Dance
Vivian: Romola Garai
Jane Cook: Fenella Woolgar

: Beautiful Creatures

Violent black comedy thriller starring Rachel Weisz and Susan Lynch as two women who hatch a bizarre plan to make the killing of an abusive partner look like a kidnapping. Review page 40.
Director Bill Eagles (2000,18)

Contributors

Unknown: Rachel Weisz
Unknown: Susan Lynch
Director: Bill Eagles

: The Beautiful City

Drama. As an Iranian teenager awaits the death penalty for killing his girlfriend, his sister and his former cellmate plea for clemency. In Farsi with subtitles. Review p40. Director Asghar Farhadi (2004)

Contributors

Director: Asghar Farhadi








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