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Ends 5.35.

The Woody Woodpecker Show
An awards ceremony, cooking and the fight to see a brand new film feature in a triple bill.
(R) (S)

4.05 New Scooby and Scrappy Show
A dog is stealing all Scottish sheep.
(More at 4.30pm) (S) (W)

4.15 The Story of Tracy Beaker
A family tree project gets everyone thinking about their roots.
(For cast see Thursday) (R) (S) (W)

4.30 New Scooby and Scrappy Show
A dinosaur is stealing silverware in Mexico.
(S) (W)

4.45 Cavegirl
Netal, tired of living with Sludge, moves in with Cavegirl.
(Continues Thursday at 4.45pm)
Episode written by Michael Prescott
(R) (S) (W)

4.55 Against All Odds
Including the ten-year-old who saved his father's life. With Jake Humphrey. Last in the series.
(S) (W)

5.20 Newsround
(S) (W)

5.30 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Another live report.
(S) (W)

Contributors

Writer (The Story of Tracy Beaker):
Andy Walker
Writer (Cavegirl):
Michael Prescott
Cavegirl:
Stacey Cadman
Dad:
Stephen Marcus
Mum:
Jennifer Guy
Gran:
Gabrielle Downey
Big Sis:
Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty
Roast:
Harry Capehorn
Netal:
Tanya Baleson

New series A new run of the consumer show kicks off with a look at a "breast development" bra costing L2,000 tot's said to increase its wearer's chest by a whole cup size. With Nicky Campbell , Kate Sanderson , Ashley Blake and Paul Heiney. Executive producer Lisa Ausden ; Editor Doug Carnegie (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicky Campbell
Unknown:
Kate Sanderson
Unknown:
Ashley Blake
Unknown:
Paul Heiney.
Producer:
Lisa Ausden
Editor:
Doug Carnegie

All That You Leave Behind. Kath feels ambushed by the line of questioning employed by Helen.
Written by Len Collin ; Producer Paul Goodman ; Director David Jackson (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By:
Len Collin
Producer:
Paul Goodman
Director:
David Jackson
Sandy Harper:
Laura Sadler
Ric Griffin:
Hugh Quarshie
ZubinKhan:
Art Malik
Diane Lloyd:
Patricia Potter
Kath Fox:
Jan Pearson
Mubbs Hussein:
Ian Aspinall
Lisa Fox:
Luisa Bradshaw-White
Rosie Sattar:
Kim Vithana
Nic Yorke:
Liam Garrigan
Kelly Yorke:
Rachel Leskovak
Helen Grant:
Susannah York
Sami Sattar:
Nitin Ganatra
Crystal Fallon:
Michelle Gayle
Eddie Walker:
Peter Piper
Stella Chadwick:
Anne Orwin
Agnes Moorhead:
Sheila Burrell
David Moorhead:
William Ely
Louise Jenkins:
Clare Wayland
Uma Karim:
Meera Kumar

Kith and Kill. Family members are found brutally murdered at their home, while Sam meets a face from her past in this 2002 episode of the crime drama. Concludes after the news.
Written by Peter Lloyd ; Producer Nick Pitt ; Director Renny Rye (R) (S) (W) Videoplus code for 9.00-11.35pm (non-PDC)

Contributors

Written By:
Peter Lloyd
Producer:
Nick Pitt
Director:
Renny Rye
Prof Sam Ryan:
Amanda Burton
Dr Leo Dalton:
William Gaminara
Dr Harry Cunningham:
Tom Ward
Garry Eaton:
Eddie Brindle
Paul Eaton:
Aaron Foster
Lisa Irons:
Amber Noble
Arlene Irons:
Megan de Wolf
Arlene Irons:
Rosy de Wolf
Jamie Irons:
Ben Crompton
DS Tony Ashton:
Stuart Graham
Dl Roy Pereira:
Nitin Ganatra
PC Nigel Sands:
Jon Foster
Nurse Jackson:
Joy Richardson
Vanessa Irons:
Jilli Foot
WPC Jean Garwood:
Anna Mountfbrd
Derek Irons:
Adam Bareham
Mike Taverner:
Richard Vanstone
Darren Hopkins:
Kell Ward
Rosemary Mason:
Jane Hazlegrove
Nina Palmer:
Tracy Brabin
Josh Palmer:
Russell Tovey

New series As the movie magazine returns for the autumn, Helen Mirren and Julie Walters discuss their new film
Calendar Girls, expected to be the year's biggest British hit. Producer Hans Petch ; Series producer Tom Webber (S) (W) See also tomorrow's Homeground at 7.30pm on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown:
Helen Mirren
Unknown:
Julie Walters
Producer:
Hans Petch

Drama based on a true story, starring
Oliver Reed and Amanda Donohoe. A bored clerk responds to a middle-aged publisher's ad looking for a woman to join him for a year on a desert island. Widescreen. Review page 50. Director Nicolas Roeg (1986, 15) (S) (W)
Followed by Weathervlew (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Oliver Reed
Unknown:
Amanda Donohoe.
Director:
Nicolas Roeg

Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.35.
Fred Dibnah 's Age of Steam Steam's role in the Industrial
Revolution. Enhanced commentary. First shown on BBC2 (S) (W)
2.35 How I Made My Property Fortune An entrepreneur describes how housing made him wealthy. Shown last Wednesday BBC2 (S) (W)
3.05 The Way We Travelled How Anne Gregg , Judith Chalmers and Jill Dando enhanced holiday shows. First shown on BBC2 (S) (W)
4.05 Ruby Wax with ... Susan Sarandon The actress meets the brash comic. Shown last Monday on BBC1 (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Fred Dibnah
Unknown:
Anne Gregg
Unknown:
Judith Chalmers
Unknown:
Jill Dando
Unknown:
Susan Sarandon

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