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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments

: CBBC: Scoop

10/13. Digby reports on the world's largest biscuit.

: CBeebies: 3rd & Bird

Followed by Mr Tumble Shorts

: CBeebies: Get Squiggling

Squiglet draws a knight.

: CBeebies: Nina and the Neurons

What the sun does to our skin.

: CBeebies: Charlie and Lola

The children have to do chores.

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

Igglepiggle learns to hide.

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated
11.00 Words and Pictures: Fun with Phonics (ages 4-6) 1406325

11.10 Razzledazzle (ages 4-5)

11.30 Science Clips Investigations (ages 7-9) 7078352

11.40 Look and Read: Captain Crimson - Guzzle Trouble (ages 7-9)

: Daily Politics

Anita Anand presents.


Presenter: Anita Anand

: Working Lunch

Naga Munchetty and Declan Curry answer viewers' questions about savings and investments and present the latest stories from the business world. CONTACT: email [email address removed]


Presenter: Naga Munchetty
Presenter: Declan Curry

: World Snooker

Live coverage from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, where the second session of the second semi-final takes place. The winner of this match is guaranteed a cheque for at least £125,000 and a major boost to their world ranking.
Plus highlights of this morning's first semi-final. Presented by Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott.
Digital viewers can access live coverage from 10am to 11pm via the red button


Presented By: Ray Stubbs
Presented By: Steve Davis
Presented By: John Parrott.

: Eggheads

The winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers.
Dermot Murnaghan hosts.


Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan

: Great British Menu

Chefs Nathan Outlaw and Shaun Rankin from the South West region have been working on their dishes all week, and today discover who has made it into the national finals of the competition to prepare a homecoming banquet to honour soldiers returning from Afghanistan.


Unknown: Nathan Outlaw
Unknown: Shaun Rankin

: World Snooker

Coverage from the penultimate session of the first semi-final, which could feature any two of the following: last year's runner-up Allister Carter, seven-times world champion Stephen Hendry, world number two Stephen Maguire, 2005 champion
Shaun Murphy - or perhaps that Crucible stalwart Steve Davis has caused an upset and beaten the young pretenders to reach this stage. Commentators include Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne and John Virgo. <s)
Digital viewers can access live coverage from 10am to 11pm via the red button


Unknown: Allister Carter
Unknown: Stephen Hendry
Unknown: Stephen Maguire
Unknown: Shaun Murphy
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: John Virgo.

: English Heritage

2/4. Romancing the Stone. Chief executive Simon Thurley 's programme of modernisation leads to the project of saving Sheffield's Park Hill Estate, a crumbling 1950s monolith that dominated the city's skyline. The decision to list the site proved highly unpopular with the local population and plunged English Heritage into a bitter dispute, costing the taxpayer over £40 million. It also brought one of the UK's major property developers to the brink of collapse after the onset of the credit crunch meant they ran out of money. Could Thurley find a way forward to restore this eyesore?
Director Patrick Forbes : Producer Stephanie Collins


Unknown: Simon Thurley
Director: Patrick Forbes
Producer: Stephanie Collins

: Genius

6/6. Comedian Stewart Lee joins Dave Gorman to discuss more fantastic inventions.
Director John L Spencer : Producer Simon Nicholls
After the show until Sam. digital viewers can see rolling, unseen footage from the programme, via the red button


Unknown: Stewart Lee
Unknown: Dave Gorman
Director: John L Spencer
Producer: Simon Nicholls

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.


Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: Newsnight Review

Kirsty Wark and guests review the cultural highs and lows of the past week.
Series producer Liz Gibbons Followed by Weather


Unknown: Kirsty Wark
Producer: Liz Gibbons

: Later ... with Jools Holland

An extended version of Tuesday's edition, featuring performances by Sonic Youth, Depeche Mode, soul singer/producer Raphael Saadiq and blues giant Taj Mahal. Lily Allen is also appearing, with a rendition from her second album It's Not Me.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel


Producer: Raphael Saadiq
Unknown: Lily Allen

: World Snooker

Highlights of the semi-finals at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.

: Medium: Sweet Dreams

5/22; series two.
Allison decides to seek out a former schoolfriend who appears in her dreams, and a man needs help to find his daughter. Starring Patricia Arquette.


Allison: Patricia Arquette.

: Medium: The Reckoning

10/22. Allison dreams about a haunted house and knocking down a girl with her car, and believes both visions are connected.

: The Fiend

Horror starring
Ann Todd and Patrick Magee in which a disturbed young man breaks away from a religious cult to prey on the lives of young women. Review page 44.
Director Robert Hartford-Davis 0971)


Unknown: Ann Todd
Unknown: Patrick Magee
Director: Robert Hartford-Davis

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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