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: CBeebies: Teletubbies

Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments

: CBBC: Mortified

Followed by Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster


Presenters (Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster): Sam and Mark

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Highlights from day eight of the All England championships.
Shown yesterday at 8pm

: Daily Politics

Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.


Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Anita Anand

: Wimbledon 2009

Excitement mounts at the All England Club as the men's quarter-finals get under way.
Andy Murray hit his last ball at this stage last year, going out in three sets to eventual champion Rafael Nadal. After a great season, will Murray still be in the mix today? Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
SCHEDULES AND FEATURES: radiotimes.com/wimbledon
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from a choice of courts.
11.50am until end of play, plus news, latest scores and stats; highlights through the night from 9pm


Unknown: Andy Murray
Unknown: Rafael Nadal.

: CBBC: Martha Speaks

The dog wins a radio competition.

: CBBC: Raven: the Dragon's Eye

Adventure game show.

: CBBC: Paradise Cafe

The gang fights to rescue Robbo.

: CBBC: Blue Peter

Helen Skelton, Joel Defries and Andy Akinwolere compete in a world-famous yachting competition, while pop group JLS visit for a talent show.
Followed by MySay


Presenter: Helen Skelton
Presenter: Joel Defries
Presenter: Andy Akinwolere
Guests: JLS

: CBBC: Newsround

: CBBC: Trapped

: CBBC: Shaun the Sheep

The tractor won't start.

: Wimbledon 2009

Live coverage of the closing stages of day nine at the All England Club, featuring the scheduled conclusion of the men's singles quarter-finals. Last year Rainer Schuttler and Arnaud Clement were forced into a second day because of bad light and the match went to a deciding set which, after five hours and 12 minutes, went the way of Schuttler 8-6 to earn him his second grand slam semi-final appearance.
The commentary team includes Tracy Austin, Chris Bailey, Boris Becker, Pat Cash, Andrew Castle, Mark Cox, Barry Davies, Jo Durie, Jason Goodall, Tim Henman, John Lloyd, John McEnroe, David Mercer, Mark Petchey, Simon Reed, Greg Rusedski, Sam Smith, Liz Smylie and Virginia Wade. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel SCHEDULES AND FEATURES: radiotimes.com/wimbledon
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from a choice of courts, 11.50am until end of play, plus news, latest scores and stats; highlights through the night from 9pm


Unknown: Rainer Schuttler
Unknown: Arnaud Clement
Unknown: Chris Bailey
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Pat Cash
Unknown: Andrew Castle
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Jo Durie
Unknown: Jason Goodall
Unknown: Tim Henman
Unknown: John Lloyd
Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Mark Petchey
Unknown: Simon Reed
Unknown: Greg Rusedski
Unknown: Sam Smith
Unknown: Liz Smylie
Unknown: Virginia Wade.

: Today at Wimbledon

John Inverdale and guests discuss the day's events in the All England championships where the men's quarter-finals were scheduled to take place.
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel


Unknown: John Inverdale

: Nasa: Triumph and Tragedy

2/2. One Giant Leap. The concluding part of this chronicle of Nasa's first 40 years begins with the near-disaster of Apollo 13 in 1970 - which proved to be a relatively positive prelude to darker moments in the space programme. With the shuttle rendering trips to Earth's orbit almost routine, disaster struck in 1986 when Challenger exploded shortly after launch, killing all seven crew including teacher
Christa McAuliffe. Missions eventually resumed, and the shuttle went on to enjoy 15 years of successful undertakings until, in 2003, the loss of Columbia and its crew signalled the beginning of the end. Series producer John Dunton-Downer
Executive producer Richard Dale


Unknown: Christa McAuliffe.
Producer: John Dunton-Downer
Producer: Richard Dale

: James May at the Edge of Space

The Top Gear presenter has always wanted to be an astronaut. Here, he gets to reflect on the wisdom of such boyish whims as he's put through a rigorous training regime at a US Air Force base in California before donning a spacesuit and being dispatched in a U-2 spy plane to a height of 70,000ft. Director/Producer Paul King
Shown last Thursday on BBC4 The Inside Story: page

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Wire

5/72; series three. Straight and True. A party is thrown to celebrate Avon's release from prison, and Stringer tries to recruit Mario to his citywide co-operative. Episode six is tomorrow at 11.20pm. For cast see page 86 Repeated on Friday at 2.15am
First shown on FX
PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire

: BBC News

: BBC Learning Zone

Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Italianissimo: 17-20 The language and culture. 50869
5.00 Italy Inside Out: 1-2 Venice and Milan.

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