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: CBBC: Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

The youngsters hope to turn Dr Dark's henchmen back into pigs.

: CBBC: Wolverine and the X-Men

Rogue discovers Quicksilver is Magneto's son.

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

Bailey tries to prove the identity of the hero.

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Double bill.

: CBBC: Deadly 60

: The Flintstones

Fred plays cards.

: The Flintstones

Fred and Barney lie to their wives.

: Russkies

Cold War comedy drama featuring Leaf Phoenix.
A Russian sailor is shipwrecked off the coast of Florida and discovered by three children.
Review page 41 (1987, PG)

Contributors

Director: Rick Rosenthal
Danny: Leaf Phoenix

: Lifeline

An appeal on behalf of the Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust.
Donations: for details see Sunday at 5.20pm on BBC1

: Animal Park

Ben Fogle and Kate Humble meet three new tigers.

Contributors

Presenter: Ben Fogle
Presenter: Kate Humble

: Sun, Sea and Bargain Spotting

Two friends visit Correggio market in Italy.

: Monk: Mr Monk and the Marathon Man

A woman is murdered during the San Francisco marathon.

: Flog It!

From Poole, Dorset.

: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Antiques experts Tim Wonnacott and David Harper compete again.

Contributors

Expert: Tim Wonnacott
Expert: David Harper

: Cash in the Celebrity Attic

With Linda Barker.

Contributors

Guest: Linda Barker

: Eggheads

Quiz show. (S)

: Knowitalls

Quiz show in which two teams of contestants are assigned topics and have just one hour to pool their knowledge before facing the experts. Among the latter tonight is Springwatch's Chris Packham.

Contributors

Panellist: Chris Packham

: The Culture Show: 5/8

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 and Andrew Graham-Dixon reveals a mosaic marvel at Westminster Abbey.

Contributors

Presenter: Lauren Laverne
Interviewee: Penelope Cruz
Interviewer: Mark Kermode
Interviewee: Sam Mendes
Item presenter: Andrew Graham-Dixon
Series producer: Danielle Graham
Executive producer: Edward Morgan

: Terns of the Castle Coast

Following the migratory cycle of the Arctic tern.

Contributors

Executive producer: Vyv Simson
Producer: Jerry Short

: Economy Gastronomy: 1/6

Restaurateurs and chefs Allegra McEvedy and Paul Merrett show how to slash food bills but still eat well. This week they set out to help the Englands, a family who rely on convenience foods for their main meals and confess they have never used fresh produce in the kitchen. The duo set up a plan aimed at reducing the amount of money the family spend, and making them cook everything from scratch.

Contributors

Presenter: Allegra McEvedy
Presenter: Paul Merrett
Series producer: Paul Tasker
Executive producer: Helen Veale

: Dragons' Den: 4/8

Two hundred thousand pounds to fund a multipurpose suitcase-cum-sun lounger, an "approachable" new litter bin, an invention aimed at helping budding ice dancers, and cash for a fleet of hot-and cold-food vans, are all propositions facing the panel of multimillionaires this week. Evan Davis presents.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Photo Gallery and Blogs: [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Evan Davis
Series producer: Sam Lewens
Exec producer: Dominic Bird

: Taking the Flak: 5/7: Unfriendly Fire

A trip into the bush proves more eventful than hoped when the team is caught in a gun battle between government and rebel forces.
[web address removed]
Digital viewers can press red after the show for new material and exclusive footage from the Flak location in Africa

Contributors

Writer/producer/director: Jon Rolph
Writer/producer: Tira Shubart
Director: Adam Miller
David Bradburn: Martin Jarvis
Jane Thomason: Doon MacKichan
Harry Chambers: Bruce MacKinnon
Rory Wallace: Damian O'Hare
Joyful Sifuri: Kobna Holdbrook-Smitti
Margaret Hollis: Joanna Brookes
Alexander: Harry Lloyd
Grace: Lydiah Gitachu
Mwalimu: Greg Adambo
Jabulile: Damaris Irungu
Presidential guard: Onyango Owino
Effort: Robert Agengo
John Humphrys: John Humphrys

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Kirsty Wark

: The Wire: 8/13: Corner Boys

Series four. Bunk antagonises his colleagues by meddling in Omar's case. Also, Chris and Snoop send a message to the New York crew, and Michael is dismayed by the return of his mother's boyfriend.
The series continues next Monday.
For cast see page 80
Repeated on Friday at 2.55am
First shown on FX
Programme Guide: [web address removed]

: The Supersizers Eat....: Medieval Giles

Giles Coren and Sue Perkins live the life of a lord and lady in their manor, starting circa 1066.

Contributors

Presenter: Giles Coren
Presenter: Sue Perkins

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