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The Lampies
The team leave the lamp to see a rainbow. (S)

7.10 Bailey Kipper's POV
Bailey's parents invite his favourite teacher round for dinner. (R) (S)

7.35 Blue Peter
With sign language. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S) (W)

8.00 Yvon of the Yukon
Tommy wonders if the focus of Yvon's affections is even alive. (S)

8 25 Dennis the Menace
Animated tomfoolery. (R) (S)

8.45 UBOS
Verne, Cassy and Gus retrieve a portal with magic powers from two brothers. (R) (S)

9.10 Xchange
Weekday interactive magazine. (W)

9.35 Stitch Up
The team find out that the exhibits at the Natural History museum in London are more active than usual. (S) (W)

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Andy Pandy
The return of the classic animated series. Andy and friends play hide-and-seek, and then his balloon blows away.
Featuring the voice of Tom Conti. Repeated at 1pm (S)

10.10 Clifford the Big Red Dog
It's a struggle to stay clean when Clifford is entered in a contest. (S)

10.25 Tweenies: What Makes Spring
The friends make a spring collage. (R) (S)

10 45 Teletubbies
Little Bo Peep looks for her sheep. (R) (S)
BBC VIDEO: Teletubbies 2 video boxed set, price £12.99

Contributors

Voice (Andy Pandy):
Tom Conti

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Africa Screams
Comedy, the first of two films starring Abbott and Costello. Two boastful booksellers are kidnapped by a gang searching for diamonds in Africa.
Review page 58.
Director Charles Barton (1949, U) (BW) **
Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd is tomorrow at 11.20am

Contributors

Director:
Charles Barton

The first of three days' racing from Liverpool, culminating in Saturday's Grand National. The card includes the Foxhunters' Chase at 3.45, with a field of 30 competing over two-and-three-quarter miles. Other starts are at 2.00,
2.35,3.10 and 4.20. Coverage continues tomorrow 1.45pm Including at: 3.20 News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News) Weather (Ss

Russell in Rome. The series that features the best of the BBC's regional documentaries returns for a new run.
Russell Watson was a Mancunian bolt-cutter who taught himself to be an opera singer. The cameras follow "the people's tenor" to Rome for a concert at the Vatican.
Producer Peter Trollope First shown on BBC North West WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/homeground

Contributors

Unknown:
Russell Watson
Producer:
Peter Trollope

Buyer Beware. The last show in the car-scams series goes undercover to investigate how unscrupulous traders use classified adverts in newspapers and magazines to pose as private sellers, thereby avoid liability for vehicles that are not roadworthy. Presented by Sangita Myska.
Producer Lynne Jones ; Series producer Fiona Campbell

Contributors

Presented By:
Sangita Myska.
Producer:
Lynne Jones
Producer:
Fiona Campbell

Concluding the guide to buying the right car. New rules on company-car tax mean that Sue Poulter of Cambridgeshire must say goodbye to her Land Rover Freelander. Can
Dominic Littlewood and Jason Barlow help her to replace it as they show her a mixture of new and used vehicles?
Director Richard Sinclair : Series producer Abigail Harvey

Contributors

Unknown:
Sue Poulter
Unknown:
Dominic Littlewood
Unknown:
Jason Barlow
Director:
Richard Sinclair
Producer:
Abigail Harvey

Killer Lakes. An investigation into a terrifying natural phenomenon known as "lake overturn", which can occur when a volcanic eruption - dangerous enough in itself-spreads to a fault under a nearby lake. The potential result is a release of gas that could kill millions.
Producer Teresa Hunt ; Executive editor John Lynch

Contributors

Producer:
Teresa Hunt
Editor:
John Lynch

Last year, Enron announced profits of$1 billion per year-then a scandal of hidden losses, failed regulation, shredded documents and suicide exposed the lies. This Money Programme special investigates the extent of the deception in the self-styled world's biggest energy trading company. Was it a scam from the start? With Rajan Datar. Producer David Strahan

Contributors

Unknown:
Rajan Datar.
Producer:
David Strahan

Jonathan Davies is joined by Jeremy Guscott to preview the climax of the Six Nations. Keith Wood is in Paris, where Ireland will face France. Plus reports on Wales v Scotland and Italy v England as well as key promotion and relegation talking points from the Premiership.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jonathan Davies
Guest:
Jeremy Guscott
Reporter:
Keith Wood
Director:
Stephen Potter
Editor:
Jo McCusker

Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Final Frontier 8414143 1.05 Truth Will Out 3591785 1.20 Hollywood Science 1495835 1.30 Elements of Healing 52308 2.00 The Ageing Files
2.30 The Addiction Files 25872 3.00 Breathing Deeply Curriculum Development 3.30 Teaching Today
Languages 4.00 Suenos World Spanish (parts 17-20) Working with the Land 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 Why Do Peacocks Have Elaborate Trains? 34853 6.30 Sexual Selection and Speciation

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