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Ends 7.00.

Big Cook, Little Cook
A knight provides assistance.

6.20 Tots TV
The friends' attempt to dress smartly goes awry.

6 35 Bob the Builder
Preparations are made for a dance.

6.45 Little Robots
Spotty's demolition mode malfunctions.

on BBC Two England

Ends 10.00.

Francine begins to dote on a cute little kitten.

7.15 There's a Viking In My Bed
Tim and Jack train Siggy to do the chores.
Dramatised by Robin Kingsland from the books by Jeremy Strong

7 30 Blue Peter
A selection of gaffes from the magazine.

7.55 Newsround

8.00 New Scooby and Scrappy Show
The gang become stunt drivers on the set of a movie.

8.15 Bring It On!
Dick and Dom take to the air and compete in the Birdman of Bognor contest.

8 40 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy alters his dad's past, then Cosmo and Wanda fall out.

9.00 Hero to Zero
Michael Owen's advice calms a furious Charlie down.

9.30 Watch My Chops
Corneil tries to woo a poodle.

9 45 ChuckleVision
Paul believes he can lull the jewel thief into a trap.


Author (There's a Viking In My Bed):
Jeremy Strong
Dramatised by (There's a Viking In My Bed):
Robin Kingsland
Himself (Hero to Zero):
Michael Owen
Writer (Hero to Zero):
Michael Cook
Writer (Hero to Zero):
John Salthouse
Writer (ChuckleVision):
Simon Littlefield
Writer (ChuckleVision):
George Poles

Ends 11.00.

Josie needs a gimmick.

10.20 SMarteenies
With finger painting and the shape store.

10.40 Tweenies
The friends learn to play percussion.


Writer ("Balamory"):
Davey Moore

Romantic western with Loretta Young, William Holden and Robert Mitchum.

Early 1800s: Big Davey Harvey pays more attention to his wife when his friend begins to show an interest in her.
Review p 59. (1948) (BW) ***
Film Trivia: page 51


Norman Foster
Loretta Young
Big Davey Harvey:
William Holden
Jim Fairways:
Robert Mitchum

The Heath family from Essex have been considering a move to Florida for years, but when their application for a visa was turned down all those plans began to fall apart. Undaunted, the Heaths have taken a massive gamble and travelled to Florida in pursuit of their American dream on just a 90-day tourist visa. In this short space of time they will be looking to find somewhere to live, buy a company and get a business visa. But will things go according to plan? Series producer Helen Nightingale ; Series editor Susannah Walker


Helen Nightingale
Susannah Walker
on BBC Two England

A trawl through the archives includes classics from Eddy Grant , Culture Club, Slade, Pop Will Eat Itself and Paul McCartney , plus there's new music from Lari White.
Producer Mark Hagen TOPOFTHE POPS MAGAZINE: published monthly, price £1.95


Eddy Grant
Paul McCartney
Lari White.
Mark Hagen

Away from It All. In need of a short break, Jerry arranges for Tom and Barbara to stay in a Mayfairftat belonging to one of his friends. But after one night away, the Goods are so worried about their animals that they rush back to Surbiton. Writers John Esmond and Bob Larbey : Producer John Howard Davies


John Esmond
Bob Larbey
John Howard Davies

The latest live updates revealing how the animal and bird families are doing in the biggest ever event following the lives of Britain's wildlife. Presenters Bill Oddie and Kate Humble cover the ups and downs of a group of badgers, while Simon King reports on an unforgettable encounter with a wild roe deer family living in one of Britain's biggest cities. Plus there's more from the Make Space for Nature campaign and information on how homes can be created for some of the country's smallest wild creatures.


Bill Oddie
Kate Humble
Simon King

What effect does a criminal sentence have on the loved ones of a prisoner? This documentary gains access to prisons across Britain to explore how relationships can survive in adversity or fall apart under pressure. The film follows Rubina, whose partner is an alcoholic and gambling addict; Dave, a convicted arsonist, whose partner Becky has given birth while he is in prison; and Claire, who is serving six years for aggravated burglary, and whose daughter Lia Jade was born in prison and lives with her mother in the mother-and-baby unit of New Hall Prison.
Director/Producer Cathy Elliott


Lia Jade
Cathy Elliott

5/7. The Writing on the Wall. Jim Hacker and Sir Humphrey find themselves thrown together when the Prime Minister begins to take Jim's personnel cutting measures seriously. The next episode of the first series is at 10.30 on BBC4.
Writers Antony Jay , Jonathan Lynn ; Producer Sydney Lotterby


Jim Hacker
Antony Jay
Jonathan Lynn
Sydney Lotterby
Jim Hacker MP:
Paul Eddington
Sir Humphrey:
Nigel Hawthorne
Derek Fowlds
Foreign Secretary:
Tenniel Evans
Dr Daniel Hughes:
Daniel Moynihan
Sir Frederick:
John Savident
Frank Weisel:
Neil Fitzwilliam

Ends 1.45am.
The story of North Korea's shock success in the 1966 World Cup, during which they defeated the highly fancied Italians 1-0, featuring interviews with surviving team members.
Director/Producer Daniel Gordon

How did Hitler, Franco and Mussolini manipulate the beautiful game? Real Madrid legend Alfredo Di Stefano is among the contributors.


Director/Producer ("The Game of Their Lives"):
Daniel Gordon
Interviewee ("Football and Fascism"):
Alfredo Di Stefano
Director ("Football and Fascism"):
Sean Hughes
Producer ("Football and Fascism"):
Chris Granlund
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Science: Science In Action Life Processes and Living Things Real life situations demonstrate science in everyday life.
4.00 Science: Science in Action Materials and Their Properties Experiencing science beyond the confines of the classroom.

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