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: CBBC: Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

The youngsters try to foil Dr Dark's latest evil plan.

: CBBC: Wolverine and the X-Men

Scott tries to find Jean.

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

Snooky devises a scheme.

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Double bill.

: CBBC: Deadly 60

: The Flintstones

Fred enters Pebbles in a beauty contest.

: The Story of an African Farm

Period drama starring Richard E Grant.
Em, Lyndall and Waldo are three children growing up on a quiet South African farm in the 1870s. However, the youngsters' world is soon turned upside down by the arrival of a smooth-talking conman.
Review page 41 (2004)

Contributors

Director: David Lister
Bonaparte Blenkins: Richard E Grant

: Open Gardens

From Gloucestershire. (R) (S)

: Animal Park

Deputy head warden Ian Turner hatches a plan to keep the monkeys busy.

Contributors

Subject: Ian Turner

: Sun, Sea and Bargain Spotting

Searching for bargains in Rochefort, France.

: Monk: Mr Monk Goes to the Asylum

Monk is admitted to a psychiatric hospital.

: Flog it!

From historic Bath.

: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Tim Wonnacott and David Harper attend an antiques fair in France. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Expert: Tim Wonnacott
Expert: David Harper

: Cash in the Celebrity Attic

Comedian Helen Lederer has a clear-out.

Contributors

Guest: Helen Lederer

: Eggheads

With Dermot Murnaghan.

Contributors

Presenter: Dermot Murnaghan

: Knowitalls

Tonight's topics are travel and geography, food and drink, and art and literature.

: Who Do You Think You Are?: 3/6

On the trail of her paternal grandfather, TV presenter Kate Humble is thrilled to find archive film of his daredevilry as a test pilot.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel

Contributors

Subject: Kate Humble
Director: Michael Wadding

: Coast: 4/8

Series four. Neil Oliver visits Cork to recount the tale of the Irish priest who was made to disembark at Cork from the Titanic's maiden voyage. Alice Roberts tries to decipher the carvings on the mysterious Ogham stones and explores the art and science that lie behind Waterford Crystal. Miranda Krestovnikoff looks for rare white-fronted geese. Dick Strawbridge takes a ride on "Brunel's Folly" - the engineer's cliff-hugging coastal railway at Bray Head. Finally, in Killiney, Hermione Cockburn learns how local man Robert Mallet invented seismology 160 years ago.
Repeated on Thursday at 7pm
Free copy of the Open University guide to our coastline available at [web address removed
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Features: [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Neil Oliver
Presenter: Alice Roberts
Presenter: Miranda Krestovnikoff
Presenter: Dick Strawbridge
Presenter: Hermione Cockburn
Series producer: Steve Evanson
Executive producer: William Lyons

: Desperate Romantics: 3/6

Hunt and Rossetti grow envious of their friend Millais's ascending star. But Ruskin's patronage comes at a price as Millais discovers he's expected to paint a portrait of, and sleep with, the critic's virgin wife, Effie. His moral dilemma is further complicated when he realises he's in love with Effie.
[web address removed]
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
The Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Revolutionaries follows on BBC4 at 10pm

Contributors

Writer: Peter Bowker
Producer: Ben Evans
Director: Paul Gay
William Maniac Hunt: Rafe Spall
Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Aidan Turner
John Millais: Samuel Bamett
Fred Walters: Sam Crane
John Ruskin: Tom Hollander
Effie Ruskin: Zoe Tapper
Lizzie Siddal: Amy Manson
Annie Miller: Jennie Jacques
Mr Stone: Phil Davis
Charlotte Siddal: Josie Farmiloe
Charles Dickens: Mark Heap
Mrs Ruskin: Georgie Glen

: Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast: 3/6

With the Lake District and one third of her 192-mile trek behind her, Julia Bradbury sets off across the sparseness of Cumbria's Eden Valley before a stopover in bustling Kirkby Stephen.
First shown on BBC4

Contributors

Presenter: Julia Bradbury
Executive producer: Eric Harwood

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Kirsty Wark

: The Wire: 7/13: Unto Others

Series four. Omar convinces Bunk to help him prove his innocence.
Episode eight is tomorrow at 11.20pm.
Repeated on Friday at 2am
First shown on FX
Programme Guide: [web address removed]

Contributors

Thomas J Carcetti: Aldan Gillen
Randy Wagstaff: Maestro Harrell
Namond Brice: Julito McCullum
Michael Lee: Tristan Wilds
Duquan Dukie Weems: Jermaine Crawford
Roland Prez Pryzbylewski: Jim True-Frost
Howard Bunny Colvin: Robert Wisdom
Det William Bunk Moreland: Wendell Pierce
Det Ellis Carver: Seth Gilliam
Det Thomas Here Hauk: Domenick Lombardozzi
Det Shakima Greggs: Sonja Sohn
Marlo Stanfield: Jamie Hector
Omar Little: Michael K Williams
Clarence Royce: Glynn Turman
Joseph Proposition Joe Stewart: Robert F Chew
Det Jimmy McNulty: Dominic West
Lt Cedric Daniels: Lance Reddick
Chris Partlow: Gbenga Akinnagbe
Felicia Snoop' Pearson: Felicia Pearson

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