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: CBeebies: Tikkabilla

Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments

: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

The duo make a basket.

: CBBC: Batfink

: CBBC: Three Delivery

Followed by Prank Patrol Pocketsize

: CBBC: Richard Hammond's Blast Lab: 9/13

Launching rockets.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Hammond

: CBBC: Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: Roar

: Switch

Malcolm in the Middle
19/22' series six. Motivational Speaker Reese has a mishap.
12.25 20/22. Stilts. Hal accidentally calls a premium-rate phone line.
First shown on Sky!

: Proper Messy

Imogen celebrates her birthday.

: Superagents

2/8. The contestants manage the schedules of major sports clients.

: Sound

Featuring music and chat with The Saturdays.

: Coast

Why a US Navy delegation is sent to Whitehaven, Cumbria, each year. (Revised rpt)

: Animal Park

Discovering the power of the big cats' bites.

: Psych

6/15. Shawn investigates a possible suicide.
3.45 7/15. A participant in a Civil War battle re-enactment is shot dead in an alleged accident. First shown on Hallmark

: Final Score

Reaction and results.

: Under the Tuscan Sun *

Romantic comedy drama.
A writer heads to Italy where she falls in love with a younger man. Review page 35.
Director Audrey Wells (2003, 12)

Contributors

Director: Audrey Wells
Frances: Diane Lane
Patti: Sandra Oh
Katherine: Lindsay Duncan
Marcello: Raoul Bova
Martini: Vincent Riotta

: The Genius of Photography

2/6. Documents for Artists. Taking in the decades following the First World War, when the camera became a tool of relentless objectivity in the hands of some and a means to explore the irrational in others. Featured photographers include Alexander Rodchenko, August Sander, Man Ray and Bill Brandt. Director/Producer Debbie Lee First shown on BBC4
RT DIRECT: to order the hardback book for just £20.99 (RRP E25) plus free pSp, call [number removed] (calls charged at standard rate) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at the checkout

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Rodchenko
Unknown: Man Ray
Unknown: Bill Brandt.
Producer: Debbie Lee

: Timewatch - QE2: the Final Voyage

DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
2/7. Over 40 years after the QE2's launch, the world's longest-serving cruise ship is set to embark on her final voyage. This celebratory film hops aboard to pay tribute to the much-loved ocean liner as she glides gracefully towards retirement. As well as exclusive footage of the trip, there's a look back over the vessel's glittering history, from humble beginnings on the River Clyde to her status as a British icon. Narrated by Michael Praed. Producer Michael Wadding ; Executive producer James Hayes
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel on Tuesday at 8pm And so to berth: page 45

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Praed.
Producer: Michael Wadding
Producer: James Hayes

: QI XL

8/10. Stephen Fry quizzes Alan Davies, Jimmy Carr, Jo Brand and John Sergeant on flora and fauna. Extended repeat from yesterday on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Jimmy Carr
Unknown: Jo Brand
Unknown: John Sergeant

: Margaret Thatcher - the Long Walk to Finchley

Another chance to see BBC4's imaginative, well-received drama charting the former prime minister's battle to become a Tory MP in the male-dominated political climate of the 1950s.

Contributors

Writer: Tony Saint
Producer: Madonna Baptiste
Director: Niall MacCormick
Margaret Thatcher: Andrea Riseborough
Ted Heath: Samuel West
Denis Thatcher: Rory Kinnear
Sir John Crowder: Geoffrey Palmer
Sir Donald Kaberry: Oliver Ford Davies
Alfred Roberts: Philip Jackson
Sir Waldron Smithers: Michael Cochrane
Patricia Hornsby-Smith: Sylvestra Le Touzel
John Miller: Michael Gould
Stanley Soward: Jonathan Aris
Joyce: Lydia Leonard
Lieutenant-Colonel Digby: Christian Rodska
Bert: Robert Whitelock
Leslie Thomas: James Laurenson
John Wells: Rob Edwards
Entwistle: Geoffrey Whitehead
Lichfield: Kim Wall
Mark Thatcher: Michael Selwood
Carol Thatcher: Julia Joyce
Miss Harris: Georgie Glen
Langton: Jeremy Child
Doreen: Elizabeth Bennett
Old dear: Marcia Warren

: Red Road

Dark, redemptive drama starring Kate Dickie. While working her shift as a CCTV operator in Glasgow, Jackie is startled to capture a local man called Clyde on her monitors. Having believed him to be in prison, she becomes increasingly obsessed by his comings and goings. Review page 35.
Director Andrea Arnold (2006, 18)

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Dickie.
Director: Andrea Arnold
Jackie: Kate Dickie
Clyde: Tony Curran
Stevie: Martin Compston
April: Natalie Press
Avery: Paul Higgins
Alfred: Andy Armour

: Mad Men

3/13; series two. The Benefactor
Betty is taken aback by Arthur's confession.
Shown last Wednesday For cast see page 88

: Guinevere

Romantic drama starring Stephen Rea. A law student meets a photographer 30 years her senior, and astounds her family by hooking up with him. Review p35. Director Audrey Wells (1999)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Rea.
Director: Audrey Wells








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