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on BBC Two England

Ends 9.00.

Taz-Mania
Cartoon fun with the Tazmanian devil.

7.20 Blue Peter
Magazine series.
(Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1)

7.45 SMart on the Road
The team create a wildlife garden in Bournemouth.

8.00 Animorphs
Ax lands a job selling mobile phones.

8.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
Scopes gives General Woodman an infected bite.

8.45 Pocket Dragon Adventures
The tiny beasts put on a play.

Ends 10.50.

Clifford the Big Red Dog
Mary tries to overcome stage fright.

9.15 Bob the Builder
Bob and the gang find a tortoise.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

9.30 Little Robots
Tiny wants some help to make the nut-and-bolt tree a fun place to be.

9 40 Fimbles
Pom finds a bracelet.
Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
BBC video: Fimbles: Video 3, £9.99

10.00 Tweenies
Izzles goes off her food.

10.25 Teletubbies
Some children hang out their washing.

Coverage from the World Figure Skating championships concludes with the ladies' event featuring Olympic gold-medallist Sarah Hughes of the US and Russia's Irina Slutskaya.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarah Hughes

Crime drama starring
Dick Powell and Rhonda Fleming. Recently released after being wrongly imprisoned for robbery, Rocky Malloy is determined to track down the guys who framed him. Review page 47. Director Robert Parrish (1951)
(BW)

Contributors

Unknown:
Dick Powell
Unknown:
Rhonda Fleming.
Unknown:
Rocky Malloy
Director:
Robert Parrish

Regional Variations (2)

Days that Shook the World

First In Flight:Moon Landing

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Documentary on days that hold world significance focuses on two remarkable days in aviation history - the date of the first powered flight and the day Apollo 11 landed on the moon.

The first powered flight, undertaken by the Wright Brothers' plane at Kitty Hawk in North Carolina, and the Apollo 11 moon landing formed two remarkable days in the history of aviation: 17 December 1903 and 20 July 1969. Archive footage, diaries and eyewitness accounts combine to tell the hour-by-hour tale of those two momentous occasions. First shown on BBC4.

Contributors

Director:
Carl Hindmarch
Executive Producer:
Richard Bradley
Executive Producer:
Jeremy Mills

Adam Hart-Davis examines how Victorians struggled to come to terms with science - the new religion of their time - in the first of a series of highlights from the last run. (Revised repeat)

Contributors

Presenter:
Adam Hart-Davis
Producer:
Annabel Gillings
Producer:
Prim Bath

At Richborough in Kent a ruined Roman fort contains an enormous concrete platform. For centuries its former purpose had remained a mystery to scholars and robbers, who dug deep inside searching for tombs and treasure. Recent research, however, carried out by Simon Thurley , the chief executive of English Heritage, has revealed that the platform was in fact the foundation for one of the most magnificent monuments of the Roman Empire - a discovery that sheds new light on the Roman invasion of AD 43.
Director Jonathan Dent : Series producer Sam Organ

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Thurley
Director:
Jonathan Dent
Producer:
Sam Organ

Justin is planning to make a short film. James receives appalling news. Contains strong language and adult scenes.
Written by Richard Stoneman ; Producer Pete Thornton ; Director David Evans BBC PRODUCTS: Manchild series one - DVD £15.99 and video £12.99, available from www.bbcshop.com

Contributors

Written By:
Richard Stoneman
Producer:
Pete Thornton
Director:
David Evans
Terry:
Nigel Havers
James:
Anthony Head
Gary:
Ray Burdis
Patrick:
Don Warrington
Justin:
Will Adamsdale
Christine:
Christine Kavanagh
Ella:
Rochelle Gadd
Danny:
Kieran Bew
Katie Landers:
Jana Carpenter
Jerry:
Simon Slater

In July 1610, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, the most famous painter of his age, died in mysterious circumstances. Andrew Graham-Dixon 's investigations, first shown in the Omnibus strand, take him to Rome, Naples and Malta.
Director Roger Parsons : Series editor Basil Comely

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Graham-Dixon
Director:
Roger Parsons

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Arch Never Sleeps 10918 1.00 The Census 70937 1.30 Insights into Violence
Secondary Schools 2.00 Science: Short Circuit Biology IS) Languages 4.00 Make Spanish Your Business (part 2) Skillswlse 5.00 Workplace Skills
Open University 6.00 The Challenge-To Rebuild the Human Body 420056.30 The Vernacular Tradition

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