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: CBBC: The Legend of Dick & Dom

The duo visits Slough.

: CBBC: League of Super Evil

The gang clones themselves.

: CBBC: Horrible Histories

Egyptian beauty secrets.
Followed by Sam & Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster

Contributors

Presenters (Sam & Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster): Sam & Mark

: The Flintstones

Fred decides to invent a weight-loss potion.

: Herbie Goes Bananas

** The fourth film in the Love Bug comedy series about a Volkswagen with extraordinary powers, starring Cloris Leachman. Review p43. Director Vincent McEveety (1980, U)

Contributors

Unknown: Cloris Leachman.
Director: Vincent McEveety

: Living in the Sun

Michael and Fay Parry's attempt to set up a takeaway delivery business in Spain hangs in the balance.

Contributors

Unknown: Fay Parry

: Britain's Dream Homes

Melissa and Rhodri search for barn conversions.

: Animal Park

Winston the white rhino is recruited for an artificial insemination project.

: Monk

Mr Monk Goes to a Fashion Show. A fashion designer commits murder.

: Flog It!

From Loughborough.

: Pointless

Quiz Show.

: The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain

In Fermanagh, Si and Dave face a cook-off against chef Noel McMeel.
The Inside Story: page 68

Contributors

Unknown: Noel McMeel.

: Eggheads

Weekday quiz show.

: Trust Me, I'm a Dealer

The Van Dykes want to make enough money to send their talented daughter to dance in Paris. The Inside Story: page 88

Contributors

Unknown: Van Dykes

: The Edinburgh Festival Show

8/8. Featuring an interview with choreographer Michael Clark and a personal take on this year's events by comedian Sarah Millican. Also, Arthur Smith takes Denise Van Outen for a ride on his motorised sofa, and author Denise Mina discusses graphic novels with Neil Gaiman and Ian Rankin.
Series prod Graham Mitchell ; Exec prod Edward Morgan

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Clark
Unknown: Sarah Millican.
Unknown: Arthur Smith
Unknown: Denise van Outen
Unknown: Denise Mina
Unknown: Neil Gaiman
Unknown: Ian Rankin.
Unknown: Graham Mitchell

: A Wild Day in Heligan

Exploring the bountiful wildlife inhabiting Cornwall's Lost Gardens of Heligan. Producer Tom Hugh-Jones : Exec producer Vyv Simson

Contributors

Producer: Tom Hugh-Jones
Producer: Vyv Simson

: Economy Gastronomy

3/6. James and Claire Caddy spend a whopping £410 a week on food for themselves and their five children. Their shopping is so chaotic that six identical jars of mustard, all opened, can be found in their fridge at once, while the kitchen gadget they use the most is their waste disposal unit - due to the amount of food they throw away. Allegra McEvedy and Paul Merrett show them how to prepare meals such as warm poached salmon with hollandaise, and a creamy garlic rabbit casserole, in a bid to get the family to eat more healthily and save money at the same time. Series producer Paul Tasker ; Executive producer Helen Veale
BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food, £3.10; Olive, £3.40; both available monthly

Contributors

Subject: James Caddy
Subject: Claire Caddy Presenter: Allegra McEvedy
Presenter: Paul Merrett
Series Producer: Paul Tasker
Producer: Helen Veale

: Dragons' Den

7/8. Hampshire-based businessman Stephen Voller beats the record for the most money ever demanded with his electric car invention, while serial inventor
Michael Pritchard pitches a device which he claims will make the most of household sprays. Other ideas include fast-food curry trays, a new kind of weight-loss system and an interesting range of high-end play equipment for children. Presented by Evan Davis.
Series producer Sam Lewens : Exec producer Dominic Bird Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
PHOTO GALLERY AND BLOGS: radiotimes.com/dragons-den What Evan Davis is watching: page

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Voller
Unknown: Michael Pritchard
Presented By: Evan Davis.
Producer: Sam Lewens

: Shooting Stars

New series. 1/6. Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer return as hosts of the comedy panel show, with regular team captains Jack Dee and Ulrika Jonsson , and score-keeper George Dawes (Matt Lucas). Joining in the fun are The One Show's Christine Bleakley, comedian Paddy McGuinness, pop star DJ Ironik and burger-van owner Angelos Epithemiou. As things get under way, Vic and Bob try to cheer up Jack, Vic makes a special presentation in a bid to chat up Christine, and Bob wants to know more about Ulrika's new boobs.
Producer Lisa Clark
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BEST SHOOTING STARS MOMENTS BLOG: radiotime.com/shooting-stars Vic and Bob answer One Final Question: page

Contributors

Unknown: Vic Reeves
Unknown: Bob Mortimer
Unknown: Jack Dee
Unknown: Ulrika Jonsson
Unknown: George Dawes
Unknown: Matt Lucas
Unknown: Christine Bleakley
Unknown: Paddy McGuinness
Unknown: Angelos Epithemiou.
Producer: Lisa Clark

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: The Wire

4/10; series five. Transitions. The staff of the Baltimore Sun lose a scoop to television news concerning a grand jury appearance. Series continues next week. For cast see page 80 Repeated on Friday at 2.55am
First shown on FX

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