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: CBBC: Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

The contestants must retrieve their stolen identity files.

: CBBC: Wolverine and the X-Men

A mutant cannot control his explosive powers.

: CBBC: League of Super Evil

Voltar enters Doomageddon in a pet contest.

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

The heroes are in danger.

: CBBC: Only in America

Followed by Sam & Mark

: The Flintstones

Fred is replaced in the local baseball team. (R)

: Castle in the Country

Exploring Floors Castle in the Scottish Borders.

: Open Gardens

Plots in Worcestershire and East Sussex.

: Working Lunch

Presented by Naga Munchetty and Declan Curry.


Presenter: Naga Munchetty
Presenter: Declan Curry

: Swimming

Action from day three of the world championships at the Foro Italico in Rome, where medals were decided in the women's 100m breaststroke. Presented by Sharron Davies.
Press red for live coverage from Rome, 5.00-7.30pm


Presenter: Sharron Davies

: Animal Park

A flock of vultures arrives at Longleat Safari Park.

: Monk: Mr Monk and the Other Woman

A beautiful woman clouds Monk's judgement.

: Flog It!

From Leicester.

: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

With Tim Wonnacott and David Harper. (Revised rpt)


Expert: Tim Wonnacott
Expert: David Harper

: Cash in the Celebrity Attic

With Bobby George.


Guest: Bobby George

: Eggheads

Quiz show.

: Knowitalls

Two teams are given another set of topics to swot up on. Springwatch's Chris Packham is on the panel.


Panellist: Chris Packham

: The Culture Show: 4/8

Lauren Laverne hosts this week's show from the courtyard of Somerset House in central London, where Pedro Almodovar's new film Broken Embraces is premiering. There she meets the director and the film's star, Penelope Cruz. Also tonight, Mark Kermode chats to director Sam Mendes; Andrew Graham-Dixon reveals a mosaic marvel at Westminster Abbey; and Lauren talks to the Arctic Monkeys.


Presenter: Lauren Laverne
Interviewee: Penelope Cruz
Interviewer: Mark Kermode
Interviewee: Sam Mendes
Item presenter: Andrew Graham-Dixon
Interviewees: The Arctic Monkeys
Executive producer: Edward Morgan

: Glacier Mountain Goats

The challenges facing the young goats of America's Glacier National Park.


Producer: Rowan Musgrave
Exec producer: Vyv Simson

: Home for Life: 3/3

The colour scheme in the bedroom of the Browns' house in Bicester, Oxfordshire, was dictated by their duvet cover, and that's about the boldest statement the family's made in a home they describe as a "shrine to beige". How will they cope as designers Phil Nutley and Jamie Anley use unorthodox methods to get them - and the Coyles in Manchester - to inject some personality into their homes?


Designer: Phil Nutley
Designer: Jamie Anley
Series producer: Claire Hobday

: Dragons' Den: 3/8

Will former Pebble Mill at One presenter Josephine Buchan strike a chord with any of the Dragons as she seeks their investment in her new musical? Also seeking funding tonight are a duo from Rugby with a wheelie-bin accessory, a Welsh student inspired by a GCSE project, and a pair of East End brothers looking to build their car-servicing company.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Photo Gallery and Blogs: [address removed]


Entrepreneur: Josephine Buchan
Series producer: Sam Lewens
Exec producer: Dominic Bird

: Taking the Flak: 4/7: The Past Is a Different Colony

Leaving the civil war in Karibu behind, the team hunt for a human-interest story in an old colonial house, only to find themselves in an older, scarier Africa, where ancient traditions live on - and ancestors pop round for tea.
[web address removed]
Digital viewers can press red after the show for new material and exclusive footage from the Flak location in Africa


Writer/Producer/director: Jon Rolph
Writer/Producer: Tira Shubart
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
Mags O'Mara: Rosalind Ayres
Village elder: Lenny Juma
Alisha: Sarah Scott-Charteris
Tawny limbed woman: Geniva Minja

: Newsnight

With Martha Kearney.
Followed by Weather


Presenter: Martha Kearney

: The Wire: 5/13: Alliances

Series four. Burrell loses Royce's support after details of the Braddock case are leaked, and Marlo arranges to have Omar framed for murder. The series continues next Monday.
For cast see p74
Rptd on Fri. 2.55am
First shown on FX
Programme Guide: [web address removed]

: The Supersizers Eat....: Ancient Rome: 6/6

Giles Coren and Sue Perkins try out the culinary delights of the Roman Empire.
See choice, page 62
Shown on Monday at 9pm


Presenter: Giles Coren
Presenter: Sue Perkins

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