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: CBBC: Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

Youngsters compete.

: CBBC: Wolverine and the X-Men

The mutant heroes set out to rescue Professor Xavier.

: CBBC: League of Super Evil

The villains lose their status.

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

Snooky attacks Krypto.

: CBBC: Only in America

Followed by Sam & Mark

: The Flintstones

The Rubbles discover a child on their doorstep. (rxs)

: Castle in the Country

John Craven discovers a lost city in Scotland.

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven

: Open Gardens

Carol Klein helps out in the grounds of Littlecourt Cottages in Devon and Hillcott House in Glamorgan.

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Klein

: Diving

Highlights of the men's 10m discipline at the World Aquatic championships, staged in Rome, where Britain's Tom Daley is expected to be among the favourites.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Daley

: Working Lunch

Presented by Decian Curry and Naga Munchetty.

Contributors

Presented By: Decian Curry
Presented By: Naga Munchetty.

: Living in the Sun

A man who wants to open a gentlemen's hairdressers in Marbella, Spain.

: Murder, She Wrote

The Murder of Sherlock Holmes 1/2. A costume-party guest is murdered.

: Flog It!

From Edinburgh.

: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

With Paul Hayes and Kate Bliss. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Hayes
Unknown: Kate Bliss.

: Escape to the Country

A retreat near the border of Surrey and Sussex.

: Eggheads

Quiz Show.

: Bargain Hunt Famous Finds

Radio DJ Tony Blackburn and singer Alvin Stardust try antique spotting, visiting a fair in Sussex and an auction in London. Presented by Tim Wonnacott.
(Revised repeat)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Blackburn
Singer: Alvin Stardust
Presented By: Tim Wonnacott.

: The Culture Show

3/8. Tim Marlow presents from the Manchester International Festival, examining the collaboration between indie band Elbow and the Halle Orchestra. Vini Reilly pays tribute to "Madchester" music producer Tony Wilson, and Tom Dyckhoff assesses Zaha Hadid 's new chamber-music hall.
Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Marlow
Unknown: Vini Reilly
Producer: Tony Wilson
Producer: Tom Dyckhoff
Unknown: Zaha Hadid
Producer: Danielle Graham
Producer: Edward Morgan

: Avocets - Born Survivors

The courtship dances of these elegant wading birds.
Producer Rowan Musgrave ; Exec producer Vyv Simson

Contributors

Producer: Rowan Musgrave
Producer: Vyv Simson

: Home for Life

2/3. Interior designers Phil Nutley and Jamie Anley continue their quest to cure the country of magnolia mania and inject more personality into our homes. This week, they help an Anglo-Ukrainian couple to reflect both of their cultures in their new home and assist a Surrey couple who need their family house to double up as a workplace.
Director/Producer Emma Peach

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Anley

: Dragons' Den

2/8; series seven. Corporate team builders Bass, Tone, Slap hope to drum up support for their business with the noisiest pitch ever made on the show, while Oscar-winning make-up artist Beverley Binda seeks help to launch a range of cosmetics for darker skin. Plus ideas for disposable dinnerware and a mussel farm in Scotland. Will the gurus find any opportunities too good to miss? Evan Davis hosts. Series producer Sam Lewens ; Exec producer Dominic Bird Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel PHOTO GALLERY AND BLOGS: radiotimes.com/dragons-den
Four of the Dragons guest on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross on Friday at 10.35pm on BBC1

Contributors

Artist: Beverley Binda
Unknown: Evan Davis
Producer: Sam Lewens
Unknown: Jonathan Ross

: Taking the Flak

3/7 Cursed Is the Country. There's more conflict in the African state of Karibu as journalist Harry meets his girlfriend's father. Comedy with Martin Jarvis.
Writers Jon Rolph and Tira Shubart ; Producers Jon Rolph and Tira Shubart Directors Adam Miller and Jon Rolph bbc.co.uk/comedy
Press red after the show for new material and exclusive footage from the Flak location in Africa each night for the next five weeks

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.
Unknown: Jon Rolph
Unknown: Tira Shubart
Producers: Jon Rolph
Producers: Tira Shubart
Directors: Adam Miller
Directors: Jon Rolph
David Bradburn: Martin Jarvis
Jane Thomason: Doon MacKichan
Harry Chambers: Bruce MacKinnon
Rory Wallace: Damian O'Hare
Joyful Sifuri: Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Margaret Hollis: Joanna Brookes
Alexander: Harry Lloyd
Grace: Lydiah Gitachu
Samantha: Lucy Chalkley
Mkombe: Sadat Mourad
Goroi: David Mulwa
Tom Tom: Damilare Olowoye
Roadblock policeman: Derrick Assetto
Newsreader: Fiona Bruce

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: The Wire

2/13; series four. Soft Eyes. Here makes a shocking discovery about the mayor, while Namond receives some paternal advice, and Bubbles brings in an apprentice. The series continues next Monday. For cast see page 74 Repeated on Friday at 3.15am
First shown on FX PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire

: The Supersizers Eat.... The Fifties

5/6 Giles Coren and Sue Perkins sample the decade's food. Shown on Monday at 9pm

Contributors

Unknown: Giles Coren
Unknown: Sue Perkins

: BBC News









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