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: CBeebies: Big Cook Little Cook

Marco the Mole visits.

: CBBC: What's New Scooby-Doo?

Mystery-solving capers.

: CBBC: TMi: 12/13

Entertainment show, including League of Super Evil and The Twisted Whiskers Show.

: CBBC: Best of Friends

Followed by Bernard

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Double bill.

: CBBC: Deadly 60

: Switch

The Cut A massive party is organised but Olive has no intention of going.

: The Season

7/10. Abi organises a romantic trip.

: Greek

1/12; series two. The start of the second semester brings pressure for Casey. Spencer Grammer, Jacob Zachar and Jake McDorman star.


Unknown: Spencer Grammer
Unknown: Jacob Zachar
Unknown: Jake McDorman

: Revealed

With Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter.


Unknown: Charlotte Ashton
Unknown: Anthony Baxter.

: The Sky at Night

A guide to winter star-gazing. Shown last Sunday on BBC1

: Animal Park

Cat flu strikes.

: I Know Where I'm Going!

Romantic comedy starring Wendy Hiller and Roger Livesey. A young woman is determined to marry an elderly millionaire, against her father's wishes. Barry Norman : p59. Directors Michael Powell and Emeric
Pressburger (1945, U) (BW) DVD offer: page 59


Unknown: Wendy Hiller
Unknown: Roger Livesey.
Unknown: Barry Norman
Directors: Michael Powell

: Snooker

The second semi-final of the UK championship. Press red for live coverage from 1pm until end of play (not Freeview)

: Coast

3/4. Land's End to Porthcawl How Cornwall became the centre of an international arms trade 3,500 years ago.

: Dad's Army: The Face on the Poster

6/6. Series nine. Captain Mainwaring decides to initiate a recruitment campaign. (R)


Writer: David Croft
Writer: Jimmy Perry

: Snooker

The concluding session in the second semi-final of the UK championship, where the first player to win nine frames will progress to the final. Hazel Irvine presents, with commentary from Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne, John Virgo and Ken Doherty.
Digital viewers can press the red button for live coverage from 1pm until the end of play (not Freeview)


Unknown: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: Ken Doherty.

: Have I Got a Bit More News for You

8/9. Dominic West hosts in an extended repeat from yesterday's BBC1 episode, where guest panellists are James May and Reginald D Hunter.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Mark Barrett


Unknown: James May
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Mark Barrett

: The Thick of It

8/8; series three. With the election approaching, the word around Westminster is that
Malcolm Tucker is running out of options - and friends. He seems to have taken on more than he can handle with Steve Fleming, but an unlikely offer of help soon allows him to set his finest trap to date.
Repeated on Thursday at 11.30pm on BBC4 [web address removed] Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Digital viewers can press the red button after the show to access exclusive, additional content (not Freeview)
WHY I LOVE...: [web address removed]


Writer: Jesse Armstrong
Writer: Simon Blackwell
Writer: Roger Drew
Writer: Sean Gray
Writer: Armando Lannucci
Writer: Ian Martin.
Writer: Tony Roche
Writer: Will Smith
Director: Armando Iannucci
Producer: Adam Tandy
Malcolm Tucker: Peter Capaldi
Nicola Murray: Rebecca Front
Olly Reeder: Chris Addison
Terri Coverley: Joanna Scanlan
Glenn Cullen: James Smith
Steve Fleming: David Haig
Lord Nicholson: Alex MacQueen
Sam: Samantha Harrington
Peter Mannion: Roger Allam
Stewart Pearson: Vincent Franklin
Emma Messinger: Olivia Poulet
Phil Smith: Will Smith
Pat: Struman Rodger
BBC producer: Susy Kane

: Pulling

In the last ever episode, things seem to be going well for Louise, Donna and Karen - almost too well. And sure enough everything soon begins to fall apart.
Writers Sharon Horgan and Dennis Kelly ; Director Tristram Shapeero Producer Jemma Rodgers First shown on BBC3


Unknown: Sharon Horgan
Unknown: Dennis Kelly
Director: Tristram Shapeero
Producer: Jemma Rodgers
Donna: Sharon Hongan
Karen: Tanya Franks
Louise: Rebekah Staton
Karl: Cavan Clerkin
Tanya: Juliet Cowan
Martin: Paul Ritter
Stephan: Tobias Menzies
Greg: Tom Brooke
Cleg: Andrew Brooke
Billy: Paul Kaye
Sabina: Monica Nappo
Joe: Steve Jackson
Dolphin guy: Spencer Jones
Registrar: Romy Baskerville

: Defying Gravity

9/13. Eve Ate the Apple. The nature of the mission is revealed, challenging Paula's religious convictions.
Repeated on Monday at 11.50pm Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel


Maddux Donner: Ron Livingston
Zoe Barnes: Laura Harris
Jen Crane: Christina Cox
Ted Shaw: Malik Yoba
Nadia Schilling: Florentine Lahme
Evram Mintz: Eyal Podell
Paula Morales: Paula Garces
Steve Wassenfelder: Dylan Taylor
Eve Weller-Shaw: Karen Leblanc
Mike Goss: Andrew Airlie
Ajay Sharma: Zahf Paroo
Rollie Crane: Ty Olsson

: Snooker

Highlights of the second semi-final in the UK championship.

: Days of Wine and Roses

Memorable drama starring Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick. A young married couple face a tough fight against alcoholism. Review page 51.
Director Blake Edwards (1962, PG) (BW)


Unknown: Jack Lemmon
Unknown: Lee Remick.
Director: Blake Edwards

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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