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: CBBC: Dinosapien

Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom

: CBBC: The Legend of Dick & Dom

The heroes must take the King of Kong's conker.

: CBBC: Ml High

Followed by The Owl

: CBBC: Escape from Scorpion Island

Three teams compete.

: Something for the Weekend

Ska band Madness, TV presenter Ben Fogle and Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell join Tim Lovejoy , Kellie Shirley and chef Simon Rimmer for discussion and recipes. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: £3.10

Contributors

Presenter: Ben Fogle
Unknown: James Cracknell
Unknown: Tim Lovejoy
Unknown: Kellie Shirley
Unknown: Simon Rimmer

: Celebrity MasterChef

The four winning chefs from last week's heats compete in the second quarter-final.
Shown last Friday on BBC1 Signed on Friday at 2.25am on BBC1

: Great British Menu

Weeks of preparation and competitive concoction culminate in the long-awaited banquet, as the winning chefs gather at the RAF's Halton House in Buckinghamshire. Shown last Tuesday

: Escape to the Country

A couple are on the lookout for a three-bedroomed house in the Hampshire/Surrey borders.

: Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War

Comedy drama starring Pauline Collins as Thelma Caldicot, a widow who decides to rebel against the repressive regime in a suburban rest home. Review page 40. Director Ian Sharp (2000, 12)

Contributors

Unknown: Pauline Collins
Unknown: Thelma Caldicot
Director: Ian Sharp

: Athletics

Live coverage from the second and final day of the first European Team championships in Leiria, Portugal. Great Britain will be competing against 11 other countries to decide Europe's top athletic nation. Hosted by Jonathan Edwards.

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Edwards.

: Oz and James Drink to Britain

1/8. Oz Clarke and James May renew their spiky partnership on a quest for the best of British drink. Their first stop is the Tan Hill Inn in North Yorkshire. Series director Michael Davies
Executive producers Mark Hill and Chris Stuart James May on the Moon is at 9pm

Contributors

Unknown: James May
Director: Michael Davies
Producers: Mark Hill
Producers: Chris Stuart
Unknown: James May

: Top Gear

New series. 1/7. A race from London to Edinburgh helps to illustrate what Top Gear might have been like 60 years ago. James May grabs himself a Jaguar XK120 sports car while Richard Hammond chooses the Vincent Black Shadow motorbike. And Jeremy Clarkson takes the train; he's on the Tornado's footplate, a brand-new steam train built to a blueprint that was used to create some of Britain's finest locomotives, and his job is to keep the boiler fed with lots of coal. Who will be first past the finishing post? Executive producer Andy Wilman
Repeated on Friday at 9pm topgear.com FEATURES AND PHOTO GALLERY: radiotimes.com/top-gear BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £3.95 Top Girls: page 22

Contributors

Unknown: James May
Unknown: Richard Hammond
Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Producer: Andy Wilman

: James May on the Moon

The motoring enthusiast commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Apollo lunar landing. He meets three of the men who walked on the Moon, before experiencing the thrill of weightlessness and the bone-crushing G-forces of a Saturn V rocket launch. Finally, he puts on his spacesuit and takes to the air in a U-2 spy plane, where he looks down at Earth and upwards into the black infinity of the universe. James May at the Edge of Space follows at 10pm on BBC4. Director/Producer Paul King Rptd Thursday at 11.20pm See also Nasa: Triumph and Tragedy on Wednesday at 9pm, which is followed by an episode of James May's 20th Century PHOTO GALLERY: radiotimes.com/james-may
Digital viewers can press red immediately after the show for archive footage and a Sky at Night edition from 2007, which recalls the Apollo Moon landings and explores the now-deserted Mission Control Moment of the week: p5; Behind the scenes: plO

Contributors

Unknown: James May
Unknown: James May

: Empire of Cricket

4/4. India. Tracing the role of cricket in India, examining how the game evolved from its beginnings as the sport of English colonisers to the riches of today's IPL Featuring interviews with players including Kapil Dev, Bishan Bedi , Farokh Engineer and Sachin Tendulkar , and contributions by Mihir Bose , Harsha Bhogle , Rahul Bhattacharya and Mukul Kesavan.
Director/Producer Alastair Laurence

Contributors

Unknown: Bishan Bedi
Unknown: Sachin Tendulkar
Unknown: Mihir Bose
Unknown: Harsha Bhogle
Unknown: Rahul Bhattacharya
Unknown: Mukul Kesavan.
Producer: Alastair Laurence

: Cricket: World Twenty20

Highlights of the showpiece match at Lord's, where the two sides battled it out in the final to win the title claimed by India in 2007's inaugural competition.
Producer Dylan Jane

Contributors

Producer: Dylan Jane

: Rowing

Garry Herbert presents highlights from Munich where the second of the three regattas in this year's World Cup is taking place.

Contributors

Unknown: Garry Herbert

: The Rains of Ranchipur

Romantic drama starring Lana Turner and Richard Burton. A nobleman's flirtatious wife is attracted to a dedicated doctor. But their ensuing romance is interrupted when disaster strikes. Review page 40. Director Jean Negulesco (1955)

Contributors

Unknown: Lana Turner
Unknown: Richard Burton.
Director: Jean Negulesco

: BBC News

: The Super League Show

The latest top-flight matches. Shown at 1pm on BBC2 North








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