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: CBBC: Wolverine and the X-Men

Christie Nord is taken.

: CBBC: Sportsround

Shown yesterday on CBBC channel

: CBBC: Richard Hammond's Blast Lab

Weight distribution.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Hammond

: CBBC: Sorry, I've Got No Head

Sergeant Harrison goes out on patrol.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom

: CBBC: Transmission Impossible with Ed and Oucho

Includes The Legend of Dick & Dom, The Secret Show and Pinky and Perky.

: Animal Park

The South African eland herd has five new calves.

: Exodus

Director Otto Preminger's epic drama based on the novel by Leon Uris about the founding of the modern state of Israel, starring Paul Newman. Review page 34.
0960, PG)

Contributors

Director: Otto Preminger
Novel By: Leon Uris
Unknown: Paul Newman.
Ari Ben Canaan: Paul Newman
Kitty Fremont: Eva Marie Saint
Gen Sutherland: Ralph Richardson
Maj Caldwell: Peter Lawford
Barak Ben Canaan: Lee J Cobb

: Cat Ballou

Comedy western starring Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin.
Schoolteacher Catherine Ballou returns home to find her father's life under threat from developers who want his ranch land. To protect him, Catherine assembles a motley bunch of outlaws including Kid Shelleen, an ageing gunfighter with a fondness for alcohol. Review page 34.
Director Elliot Silverstein (1965, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Fonda
Unknown: Lee Marvin.
Unknown: Catherine Ballou
Director: Elliot Silverstein
Cat Ballou: Jane Fonda
Kid Shelleen/Tim Strawn: Lee Marvin
Clay Boone: Michael Callan
Jed: Dwayne Hickman
Jackson Two-Bears: Tom Nardini

: Flog It!

Phillip Serrell and Charlie Ross offer their expertise to people in Tavistock, Devon, and Paul Martin travels across Dartmoor in a horse-drawn carriage.

Contributors

Unknown: Phillip Serrell
Unknown: Charlie Ross
Unknown: Paul Martin

: Wimbledon 2009

Coverage of this evening's play on the penultimate day at SW19, which is scheduled to feature the rapid-fire excitement of the men's and ladies' doubles finals. Last year's men's final saw Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic win their first grand slam title, with Zimonjic playing through the pain barrier after breaking a bone in his wrist. Hosted by Sue Barker.
Director Sally Richardson ; Editor Ron Chakraborty Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel FEATURES: radiotimes.com/wimbledon
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from a choice of courts,
11.30am until end of play, plus news. latest scores and stats; highlights through the night from 9pm
Wimbledon towels offer: page 27 "Time!": page 28
Subsequent programmes may run late or change

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Nestor
Unknown: Nenad Zimonjic
Unknown: Sue Barker.
Director: Sally Richardson
Editor: Ron Chakraborty

: Dad's Army

Number Engaged. The platoon guards a vital telephone line - but find a bomb caught in the wires. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry

Contributors

Unknown: David Croft
Unknown: Jimmy Perry

: Timewatch - The Prince and the Plotter

Forty years ago on 1 July, Wales was celebrating one of the great royal events of the 20th century - the investiture of the Prince of Wales at Caernarfon.
It was a day of pomp and pageantry, but also a day of bombs and threats to the lives of the royal family. Presenter Huw Edwards chronicles the extraordinary events of a day when police, politicians and royalty held their collective breath as a group of nationalist extremists violently plotted against the investiture.
Director Ian Jones : Executive producer Martyn Ingram Prince Charles is giving the Richard Dimbleby Lecture this Wednesday at 10.35pm on BBC1

Contributors

Presenter: Huw Edwards
Director: Ian Jones
Producer: Martyn Ingram
Unknown: Richard Dimbleby

: Blood and Guts: a History of Surgery

3/5. Spare Parts. The series chronicling the often brutal, bloody and dangerous history of surgical procedures continues with a look at the development of transplant surgery, from a Nazi sympathiser to the latest miraculous life-saving operations in which almost everything, from heart to eyes, can be replaced. In the beginning, however, transplants killed rather than cured, because surgeons didn't understand that they were taking on one of the most efficient defence mechanisms known to man - the human immune system. Producer Hannah Liptrott ; Series producer Claudia Lewis
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Producer: Hannah Liptrott
Producer: Claudia Lewis

: Today at Wimbledon

Highlights of the ladies' singles final at the All England Club. Introduced by John Inverdale.
Repeated tomorrow at 6am on BBC1 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel

Contributors

Introduced By: John Inverdale.

: Glastonbury

Highlights from this year's festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset, which featured headlining acts Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and Blur. Introduced by Mark Radcliffe and Lauren Laverne.
Producer Alison Howe

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Young
Unknown: Bruce Springsteen
Introduced By: Mark Radcliffe
Introduced By: Lauren Laverne.
Producer: Alison Howe

: On the Line

Romantic comedy starring Lance Bass and Joey Fatone from pop group NSync. A shy advertising executive meets the girl of his dreams on a train, but doesn't take her number. After covering the city with posters, he becomes a celebrity, but will he find the girl? Review page 35. Director Eric Bross (2001, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Lance Bass
Unknown: Joey Fatone
Director: Eric Bross








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