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: CBeebies: Green Balloon Goes on Holiday

A look at the amazing wildlife that can be found on the island of Arran.

: CBBC: Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

Trying to solve riddles.

: CBBC: Wolverine and the X-Men

Nightcrawler visits a seemingly perfect island.

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

The hero loses his powers.

: CBBC: Do Something Different

Presenters face tasks.
Followed by Sam & Mark

: The Flintstones

Fred gets involved with a jewellery thief.

: Castle in the Country

John Craven is given a lesson in fly-fishing at the oldest fishing club in Scotland.

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven

: Open Gardens

Carol Klein explores a large plot in Bristol centred around an imposing cedar.

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Klein

: Working Lunch

The latest stories from the business world and news from the City. CONTACT: email working.lunch@bbc.co.uk or visit bbc.co.uk/workinglunch

: Swimming

World championship highlights, as Michael Phelps goes for gold in the 200m individual medley, plus the finals of the women's 200m butterfly, 50m backstroke, 4x200m freestyle relay and the men's 100m freestyle. With commentary from Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse. Hosted by Sharron Davies. Press red for live coverage from Rome, 5.00-7.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Phelps
Unknown: Andy Jameson
Unknown: Adrian Moorhouse.
Unknown: Sharron Davies.

: Golf

Continued coverage of the second day of the Women's British Open from Royal
Lytham & St Annes. Last year the American Cristie Kerr shot a 65 at this stage. Presented by Hazel Irvine.

Contributors

Presented By: Hazel Irvine.

: Eggheads

Quiz show.

: Knowitalls

Two teams are given another set of topics to swot up on. Tonight Chris Packham is among the experts.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Packham

: Mud, Sweat and Tractors:the Story of Agriculture

New series. 1/4. Exploring people's relationship with the land, charting the revolution that food production underwent in the 20th century. The first programme features the home movies of two dairy farmers from the south of England and looks at the changing ways in which milk was distributed and sold. Director/Producer David Parker First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Producer: David Parker

: Gardeners' World

Tonight Toby is up to his waist in water lilies at the RHS gardens in Wisley. He suggests water plants that can be added to small ponds and garners inspiration for Greenacre from the exotic plants that are packed in the greenhouse. Carol teaches her students about dahlias, Joe gives advice on the best colourful climbing plants for pergolas back in his allotment, while Alys sows oriental vegetables. Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
bbc.co.uk/gardenersworld Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, £3.50; Gardens Illustrated, £3.85

Contributors

Producer: Louise Hampden
Producer: Rosemary Edwards

: Classic Goldie

1/2. Drum 'n' bass pioneer and former Maestro contestant Goldie takes on the new challenge of composing a piece of music, using the theme of evolution, to be performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra as part of the Royal Albert Hall's Proms. Already an accomplished composer for electronic instruments, he now has to adapt his skills to the classical music genre for a symphony orchestra. He is helped along his musical journey by his former mentor Ivor Setterfield and composer Anna Meredith. Director/Producer Toby MacDonald Prom 'n' bass: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Ivor Setterfield
Unknown: Anna Meredith.
Producer: Toby MacDonald

: QI

Guests Johnny Vegas, Sean Lock, Pam Ayres and Alan Davies make a decision about tactics - will they choose fight or flight? Stephen Fry hosts.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Piers Fletcher

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Vegas
Unknown: Sean Lock
Unknown: Pam Ayres
Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Director: Ian Lorimer
Producer: Piers Fletcher

: Newsnight

With Jon Sopel.

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Sopel.

: Newsnight Review

The week's cultural highlights with Tim Marlow.
Series producer Liz Gibbons Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Marlow.
Producer: Liz Gibbons

: Medium

2/22; series three. Allison comes closer to interpreting how her recurrent dreams relate to a series of killings, while the purpose of Clay's stay eventually becomes clear. Starring Patricia Arquette and Sofia Vassilieva.
12.20am 3/22. Allison has a series of vivid nightmares about the same day.

Contributors

Unknown: Patricia Arguette

: The Wire

3/13; series four
Colvin contemplates trading his job in the private sector for one that gets him back on the streets.
Shown on Monday at 11.20pm
2.00 4/13. Colvin pitches his pilot programme, while Carcetti has a meeting with a group of ministers.
Shown on Tuesday at 11.20pm
2.55 5/13. Burrell loses Royce's support after details of the Braddock case are leaked.
Shown on Wednesday at 11.20pm For cast see p74








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