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Ends 8.30.

Pocket Dragon Adventures
Something odd happens to Philbert on Dark Moon Night.

7.00 Blue Peter
Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1

7.30 Taz-Mania
Two helpings of friendly devil fun.

7.50 Lizzie McGuire
Gordo helps Lizzie run for class president.
Shown yesterday 4.35pm on BBC1

8.15 Fix and Foxi
The duo get into more scrapes in a double bill.

Ends 10.50.

Little Bear
Three animated stories with the small cub.

8.55 Bob the Builder
Wendy and Jenny ski over to help Farmer Pickle with his snow-laden roof.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

9.10 Balamory
Miss Hoolie asks Josie to teach the children line-dancing.
Episode written by Kath Yelland
(First shown on CBeebies channel)

9.30 Brum
Brum tries to get a bride to church on time.

9.40 Fimbles
Fimbo invites the gang to Purple Meadow.

10.00 Tweenies
Max goes sightseeing in London.

10.20 Pingu
The penguin has arranged to meet a friend, but his mother wants him to take Pingu along.

10.25 Teletubbies
The friends watch children getting up.


Writer (Balamory):
Kath Yelland
Miles Jupp
Rodd Christensen
PC Plum:
Andrew Agnew
Josie Jump:
Buki Akib
Miss Hoolie:
Julie Wilson Nimmo
Susie Sweet:
Mary Riggans

Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Judaism -God
1.15 Watch (ages 5-7) Seaside Holiday with Magic Grandad - On the Beach: drama starring Trevor Peacock and Miriam Margolyes


Trevor Peacock
Miriam Margolyes

Live coverage on the second day of the ATP grass-court tournament at Queen's Club in west London. Presented by Sue Barker , with commentary by Chris Bailey , John Barrett , Pat Cash , Andrew Castle and John Lloyd and David Mercer.
Including, at 3.20, News
Regional News (Digital: BBC
London News); Weather


Presented By:
Sue Barker
Commentary By:
Chris Bailey
Commentary By:
John Barrett
Commentary By:
Pat Cash
Commentary By:
Andrew Castle
Commentary By:
John Lloyd
Commentary By:
David Mercer.

The sound of the early 1980s is represented by Spandau Ballet, OMD, China Crisis and Dollar, and there are more recent tunes from Savage Garden and Eva Cassidy. With Steve Wright. Producer Mark Hagen Another edition is tomorrow at 6.20pm


Eva Cassidy.
Steve Wright.
Mark Hagen

Sheila O'Neill is head of the history department at a north London comprehensive, but despite a senior position and steady income, she faces a massive debt total of f 46,000. If she can't restore order to her bank balance soon, she faces possible bankruptcy. Alvin Hall meets Sheila to help her negotiate the crucial next phase of her financial life.
Director Gaynor Davies ; Series producer Kate Roberts


Sheila O'Neill
Alvin Hall
Gaynor Davies
Kate Roberts

Keeping Secrets. Britain depended on its lifeline to North America, but German U-boats threatened their naval survival with constant attacks on Allied shipping. But by spring 1941, a new source of intelligence promised to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Eye-witness accounts, reconstructions and archive material tell the story.
Producer Andrew Williams ; Executive producer Laurence Rees


Andrew Williams
Laurence Rees

Is it really possible to establish contact with our parents, partners and children when they pass on? In this film a group of bereaved people - including two parents who lost their teenage son in a car crash -seek help in hearing from their loved ones through Britain's most respected mediums, such as barber Gordon Smith and Living TV host Colin Fry. Director Danielle Graham ; Series editor Ruth Pitt


Gordon Smith
Colin Fry.
Danielle Graham
Ruth Pitt

In the last in the four-part series of comedy sketches, the fearsome Mr Mousewagons loses control of his class, while Elvis Presley and Adolf Hitler start cohabiting and the time-travellers meet Joan of Arc. Starring Julie Duncanson, Gavin Mitchell, Mark McDonnell and Steven McNicoll.
Director Eric Ngowani Haynes ; Producer Gary Chippington


Mr Mousewagons
Elvis Presley
Adolf Hitler
Julie Duncanson
Gavin Mitchell
Mark McDonnell
Steven McNicoll.
Eric Ngowani Haynes
Gary Chippington

Charles Saatchi , Alan Parker and David Puttnam joined forces at forward-thinking advertisers Collett Dickenson Pearce in the mid-1960s. Friends, contemporaries and commentators gauge CDP's indelible influence notjust on commercials, but on the broader spectrum of British cultural life, including business and politics, modern art, cinema and pop music. Director Michael Wadding ; Executive producers David Jeffcock and Paul Sommers


Charles Saatchi
Alan Parker
David Puttnam
Michael Wadding
David Jeffcock
Paul Sommers

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Orsanmichele - how an important Italian church has developed. 1524546 1.20 Ever Wondered?
1.30 Open Advice -A Different Way of Learning
Secondary Schools 2.00 English: Poems from Other Cultures and Traditions
Languages 4.00 Talk French (parts 5-6)/France Inside Out 1:
Marseille - the people and culture of France's second city. Working In Hospitality 5.00 Menu for Success
Open University 6.00 The Founding of the Royal Society

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