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: CBBC: Hider in the House

With guest Aggie MacKenzie.

Contributors

Guest: Aggie MacKenzie

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

How to avoid piranhas. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Presenters: Sam and Mark

: CBeebies: In the Night Garden...

The Tombliboos play ball.

: Schools programmes

Repeats not indicated
11.00 Seasonal Snapshots Video diaries (ages 7-11) 9117790

11.20 Let's Write a Story (ages 7-9) 2846513

11.40 Emotional Literacy Double bill (ages 7-11)

: Daily Politics

Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.

Contributors

Presented By: Andrew Neil

: Working Lunch

Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.

Contributors

Presented By: Declan Curry
Presented By: Naga Munchetty.

: Coast

Neil Oliver visits Cardiff's marina. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Oliver

: The Magnificent Showman

Big-top action adventure starring John Wayne. In the early 1900s, circus owner Matt Masters decides to take his Wild West show to Europe. Review page 40.
Director Henry Hathaway (1964, U)

Contributors

Unknown: John Wayne.
Unknown: Matt Masters
Director: Henry Hathaway

: Royal Ascot

Further live coverage of the opening day, including the 3.45 St James 's Palace Stakes. With host Clare Balding. Listen to the man: page 30

Contributors

Unknown: St James

: Escape to the Country

Tim Vincent helps a couple from Staffordshire find a Lincolnshire property.
(Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Vincent

: Eggheads

Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.

Contributors

Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan.

: Flog It!

Experts Charles Ross and James Lewis value antiques in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, and host Paul Martin heads for the Cotswolds to learn more about the Royal Agricultural College.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Ross
Unknown: James Lewis
Unknown: Paul Martin

: Coast

Nicholas Crane continues around the Welsh coastline from Cardigan Bay to Llandudno, discovering how two bridges were built across the dangerous Menai Strait. Meanwhile Alice Roberts takes a tour of the world's biggest prehistoric copper mine, Neil Oliver reveals the history of the country's very own Atlantis, and Miranda Krestovnikoff goes in search of leatherback turtles visiting from the Caribbean.
Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Crane
Unknown: Alice Roberts
Unknown: Neil Oliver
Unknown: Miranda Krestovnikoff
Producer: Steve Evanson
Editor: Gill Tierney

: Great British Menu Banquet

Weeks of preparation and competitive concoction culminate in tonight's long-awaited banquet, as the winning chefs gather at the RAF's Halton House in Buckinghamshire. There they will honour men and women from all three forces who have served in Afghanistan with a homecoming banquet designed to greet the diners with the authentic tastes of home. Kenny Atkinson prepares a starter of Aberdeen Angus beef salad, Glynn Purnell whips up masala-spiced monkfish, Nigel Haworth cooks a Lancashire hotpot for the main course, and Shaun Rankin serves up treacle tart for dessert. Hosted by Ross Kemp. Series producer Philip J Smith
Executive producers Gary Broadhurst and Nicola Moody Celebrity MasterChef continues tomorrow at 8pm on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Kenny Atkinson
Unknown: Glynn Purnell
Unknown: Nigel Haworth
Unknown: Shaun Rankin
Unknown: Ross Kemp.
Producer: Philip J Smith
Producers: Gary Broadhurst

: Mary, Queen of Charity Shops

3/3. With four weeks to go until she must hand the shop back to Save the Children, retail guru Mary Portas and her volunteers thrust themselves into the centre of London Fashion Week. Can they attract publicity by persuading celebrities
Erin O'Connor and Peaches Geldof to ditch their cutting-edge outfits for some of Mary's charity-shop finds? And will Mary's other initiatives pull in enough to reach her £2,000 per week target? A make-or-break meeting with the charity's bosses beckons.

Contributors

Presenter: Mary Portas Guest: Erin O'Connor
Guest: Peaches Geldof
Director/Producer: Barnaby Coughlin

: In the Firing Line

In the second Money Programme special examining the state of the nation's industry in this recession, Newsnight's Paul Mason travels to the West Midlands where he joins workers and management at two manufacturing companies as they struggle to stave off closure and the agony of redundancies. Will their collective efforts, including cutting costs and reducing working hours, be enough to keep them afloat?
Director Fiona Blair ; Exec producer Dominic Crossley-Holland

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Mason
Director: Fiona Blair
Producer: Dominic Crossley-Holland

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Cricket: World Twenty20

Highlights of the concluding Super Eights matches, from Trent Bridge, where the winners of Group D took on the runners-up in Group C, and the winners of Group A played the runners-up in Group D.

: BBC News

: BBC Learning Zone

bbcco.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 SEN Skills for Life (ages 12-16) 50369
5.00 Youth and Community Justice








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