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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Then Doodle Do Making Moments

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

Upsy Daisy lets Igglepiggle look after her special stone.

: Schools programmes

Repeats not indicated
11.00 Henry's Wives with Terry Deary (ages 7-11)

11.10 Primary Literacy (ages 7-11) 3789205

11.40 Let's Write Non-Fiction (ages 9-11)


Presenter (Henry's Wives): Terry Deary

: Daily Politics

Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.


Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Anita Anand

: Working Lunch

Naga Munchetty and Declan Curry are joined in the studio by Philip Green.


Unknown: Naga Munchetty
Unknown: Declan Curry
Unknown: Philip Green.

: Tennis

Live coverage of the men's ATP tournament at the Queen's Club in west London, as the first round gets under way on day one of the men's Wimbledon warm-up event. Spain's Rafael Nadal came straight from winning the French Open to triumph here last year, before his success at SW19. Sue Barker hosts. Commentary by Andrew Castle, Mark Petchey, John Lloyd and Pat Cash. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Press red for extended coverage from Queen's 12.30pm to 8.00pm


Unknown: Rafael Nadal
Unknown: Mark Petchey
Unknown: John Lloyd
Unknown: Pat Cash.

: Escape to the Country

Tim Vincent helps a couple from Staffordshire find a Lincolnshire property where they can set up a camping business. He shows them a farmhouse and a barn conversion. (Revised repeat)


Unknown: Tim Vincent

: Eggheads

Quiz show.

: Flog It!

The team sets up stall in Winchester, as Paul Martin checks out the biggest tapestry in the UK. Producer Emma Fitzmaurice ; Series producer Pete Smith
(Revised rpt)


Unknown: Paul Martin
Producer: Emma Fitzmaurice
Producer: Pete Smith

: South Pacific

5/6. Strange Islands. Flightless parrots, burrowing bats, giant skinks and kangaroos in trees - on the isolated islands of the South Pacific, the wildlife has evolved in extraordinary ways. But when new species arrive, all hell breaks loose. And there lies a puzzle: why do creatures perfectly adapted to island life simply give up the ghost? The answer is revealed through the remarkable stories of some unlikely animals that survived on tiny islands off the coast of New Zealand. Shown yesterday at 8pm Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 8pm

: Springwatch

Catch up on the weekend's action as the team returns for the third and final week. Simon King reveals the most spectacular seabird colony in Wales and there's an update on the goshawks. Gordon Buchanan looks at the latest goings-on with the badgers in Essex and Martin Hughes-Games takes another 'holiday'.
[web address removed]
Digital viewers can press red directly after the show for 15 minutes of extra features, including a catch-up on the main programme, a Q&A session, webcam footage and behind-the-scene clips
KATE HUMBLE PHOTO GALLERY: [web address removed]
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £3.45


Presenter: Simon King
Presenter: Gordon Buchanan
Presenter: Martin Hughes-Games
Series Producer: Reema Lorford
Executive Producer: Tim Scoones

: Who's Watching You?

3/3. Just how effective are the modern surveillance techniques in tackling serious crime and terrorism? Tonight, in the concluding part of the documentary series, Richard Bilton talks to former insiders who question the Government's argument that if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear.
Director/Producer James Giles


Talks: Richard Bilton
Producer: James Giles

: Have I Got News for You

7/8. Comic actress and writer Ruth Jones is guest host, while TV presenter and humorist Clive Anderson joins team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
Shown last Friday on BBC1


Unknown: Ruth Jones
Unknown: Clive Anderson
Unknown: Paul Merton
Unknown: Ian Hislop.

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Cricket: World Twenty20

Highlights of Australia v Sri Lanka and Bangladesh v Ireland. Sri Lanka and Ireland are both making their first appearances in this year's tournament.

: The Apprentice

12/12. After 11 weeks of "the job interview from hell", it's time for Sir Alan to choose his next Apprentice. The two finalists have three days to brand a box of chocolates before pitching them to experts. See yesterday's choice.
Shown yesterday at 9pm on BBC1 Moment of the week: page 5 The firing squad: page 12

: BBC News

: BBC Learning Zone

[web address removed]
Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Literacy - Telling Stories 26557
4.30 Literacy - Speakers and Listeners: The importance of comprehension when writing. 49726101
4.50 Literacy - Powerful Texts: Contrasting versions of poetry, speech and prose.

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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.

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