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Ends 7.00.

The Adventures of Spot
The puppy enjoys a taste of freedom and a trip to the beach.

6.10 Noddy
Adventures with a treasure map.

6.20 Fimbles
Fimbo finds a feather.

6.40 Tweenies
Making music with woodwind instruments.

Ends 8.30.

More mischief with Paul and Barry.

7.20 Snailsbury Tales
Suspected foul play threatens to mar the annual pet show.

7.30 Chuck Finn
Uncanny encounters with a bear.

8.00 Newsround

8.05 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5.00pm on BBC1

Ends 10.50.

The Story Makers
Byron helps Jackson to tell the time.

8.50 Binka
The huge cat overheats then gets into trouble.

9.00 Tweenies
Fizz mimics Bella.

9.20 Bob the Builder
Constructing a pedestrian crossing.

9.30 Fimbles
Florrie finds a kiss.

9.50 Teletubbies
The friends dance a rocking dance.
BBC products Teletubbies: Oooh!, DVD £12.99, and limited edition VHS gift pack, £9.99 from [website removed]

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10.20 Little Bear
Painting a picture, delivering a kiss and attending a marriage.

10.45 Andy Pandy
Preparing a meal with noisy food.

More live coverage from Preston's Guild Hall as Ronnie O'Sullivan continues his LG Cup second-round match. The Essex "Rocket" won three titles last season but finished with a disappointing first-round defeat at the world championship prior to the summer break.


Ronnie O'Sullivan

Archive footage and personal testimony provide an insight into local British industries in the last of the current series.
Drill and Blast. A glimpse of the multiple dangers that existed inside Comwall's tin mines and the sense of betrayal the mining communities felt when they were closed.
Director/producer Mick Catmull


Mick Catmull

New series First of sixprogrammes in which Dan Cruickshank explores one of the most inventive periods in history. Material World. Cruickshank traces the origins of the Industrial Revolution back to the unlikeliest of places.
Director Billie Pink ; Series producer Patricia Wheatley


Dan Cruickshank
Billie Pink
Patricia Wheatley

Riches of Rome. After 30 years walking the fields with his metal detector, Dave Phillips made the discovery of a lifetime -two of the richest Roman graves ever found in Britain. Miranda Krestovnikoff assesses the Hertfordshire find.
Director Clare Duncan : Series producer Ian Potts RT SHOP: series book, £12.99. To order call [number removed] (national rate)


Dave Phillips
Clare Duncan
Ian Potts

New series Draw a profile of a contemporary millionaire and you are likely to see a person with a very ordinary background. This four-part series conducts a series of tests to establish just what has enabled these financial achievers to earn what the average Joe can only dream of. Wanting It. Five of Britain's self-made millionaires are stripped of their trappings and hidden in a wider group of modest earners. Will psychologists be able to spot the ruthless qualities they think you need to make a million?
Director/Producer Philip Day RT SHOP: series book, £9.99. To order call [number removed] (national rate) How to make a million: page 40

Grammy-winning soul singer Barry White died earlier this year following a devastating stroke. Despite being the father often children he left no will. The third of the series about celebrities' legacies follows the recriminations and resentment that followed. Narrated by Colin Murray.
Director Jonny Young : Series producer Jo Vale


Barry White
Colin Murray.
Jonny Young
Jo Vale

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