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: CBBC: Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

Youngsters compete to become a new superhero.

: CBBC: Wolverine and the X-Men

The heroes realise they cannot walk away from their responsibilities.

: CBBC: League of Super Evil

Lightning Liz crashes a party.

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

Mechanikat builds a robotic version of himself to run his ship.

: CBBC: Only in America

Followed by Sam & Mark

: The Flintstones

Fred and Barney audition for a TV programme.

: Castle in the Country

John Craven and Gloria Hunniford explore Floors Castle near Kelso.

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven

: Open Gardens

A multi-themed garden in Menheniot, Cornwall.

: Working Lunch

News from the City.

: Car Booty

An elderly couple clear their clutter in Wimbledon.

: Seven Little Foys

Musical biography starring Bob Hope. When the young wife of vaudeville entertainer
Eddie Foy dies, he begins to include their seven children in his act. Review page 36.
Director Melville Shavelson (1955, U)

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Hope.
Unknown: Eddie Foy
Director: Melville Shavelson

: Murder, She Wrote

Mrs Parker's Revenge Jessica is shocked to receive a mysterious parcel.

: Flog It!

From Oldham.

: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Mark Franks and Lome Spicer compete. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Franks
Unknown: Lome Spicer

: Escape to the Country

Searching for a new home in Monmouthshire.

: Eggheads

Quiz show.

: Bargain Hunt Famous Finds

Actors Christopher Timothy and Lysette Anthony take on the challenge in Berkshire.
Director Cathy Clarke ; Producer Julia Foot (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Timothy
Unknown: Lysette Anthony
Director: Cathy Clarke
Producer: Julia Foot

: Legends: Motown Invasion

The story of Motown's first British tour in 1965, when such acts as The Supremes and Stevie Wonder embarked on a tough schedule, but one that was vital to their musical success in the UK.
Director/Producer James Maycock

Contributors

Unknown: Stevie Wonder
Producer: James Maycock

: University Challenge

Students from Loughborough do battle with a team from UCL. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney : Producer Irene Daniels WHY I LOVE ... UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE: radiotimes.com/university-blog
What we've been watching: page 41

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman
Director: Tracey Rooney
Producer: Irene Daniels

: What to Eat Now

3/6; series two. On the theme of cooking for special occasions, Valentine Warner heads off to the Cornish coast to conjure up a fantastic fish supper, prepares a plump and tasty guinea fowl and serves up a seriously sticky apricot upside-down tart. Director/Series producer Paul Ratcliffe Fair means for fowl: page 24
What to Eat Now - More Please! book offer: p24 Summer wine selection: page

Contributors

Producer: Paul Ratcliffe

: The Supersizers Eat.... The Fifties

5/6. Giles Coren and Sue Perkins munch their way through a decade that began with rationing yet ended with prime minister Harold MacMillan's famous remark that we'd "never had it so good". Cookery writer Mary Berry helps Sue get to grips with canned salmon and horse meat, while Giles has his boss round for a Babycham and a dinner taken from one of Elizabeth David 's bestselling books about Mediterranean cookery. Later, culinary doyenne Marguerite Patten and Perfect Housewife's Anthea Turner join Sue and Giles for a Coronation buffet to celebrate the 1953 crowning of Queen Elizabeth II. The duo end their week Hi-de-Hi!-style at a holiday camp. Director/Producer Louise Walden Postponed from 29 June
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.20am

Contributors

Unknown: Giles Coren
Unknown: Sue Perkins
Unknown: Harold MacMillan
Unknown: Mary Berry
Unknown: Elizabeth David
Unknown: Marguerite Patten
Unknown: Anthea Turner
Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Ii.
Producer: Louise Walden

: How Not to Live Your Life

2/6. The Field Trip. Don tries to show he's a decent bloke by going on a field trip with Abby and the children from her school, but he ends up getting the kids drunk in a country pub.
Writer Dan Clark ; Directors Dan Clark and Gary Reich ; Producer Gary Reich Repeated at 1.15am on BBC3 First shown on BBC3 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Clark
Directors: Dan Clark
Directors: Gary Reich
Producer: Gary Reich
Don Danbury: Dan Clark
Eddie Singh: David Armand
Abby Jones: Sinead Moynihan
Karl Menford: Finlay Robertson
Sammy: Chris Hegarty
Pupils ,: Anne Kidd
Pupils ,: Ruby Kelly
Pupils ,: Sophie Franklin

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: The Wire

12/12; series three. Mission Accomplished. Avon gets his troops ready for war with Marlo, while the police investigation is rounded up. Colvin has to deal with the fallout when the media descend on Amsterdam. Series four starts tomorrow at 11.20pm. For cast see page 74 Repeated on Friday at 1.20am
First shown on FX
PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire

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