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Ends 10.30.

Molly and Taz get into a fight, then the Platypus Brothers offer Taz their "help".

7.20 Looney Tunes
Pepe Pew falls in love once again.

7.30 Smile
Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and Barney Harwood present a morning of live entertainment, including the new feature Pet Pals.
Plus the usual games, and cartoon fun with Noah's Island, Arthur, Jackie Chan Adventures, UGetMe and Cavegirl.
(Simulcast on the CBBC channel from 10.00)
[web address removed]


Presenter (Smile):
Fearne Cotton
Presenter (Smile):
Reggie Yates
Presenter (Smile):
Barney Harwood
Director (Smile):
Ian Trill
Producer (Smile):
Fiona Robinson

More stories of those who have escaped the daily grind and decamped to foreign climes as Nicki Chapman meets expatriate Britons now living in France.
Director Kate Dillon ; Executive producer Jay Hunt


Nicki Chapman
Kate Dillon
Jay Hunt

Regional Variations (2)

Wildlife on One

Amorous Amphibians

Duration: 25 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

A focus on amphibian life finds out where female newts lay their eggs - and why male toads croak when touched.

With Steve Cram and Steve Rider.

12.45 Golf
Highlights of last weekend's Curtis Cup, which saw the USA attempting the defence of their title against Great Britain and Ireland. The latter team included six players under 25, but they seemed long in the tooth compared to the Americans, whose eldest player is 22 and whose youngest, Michelle Wie, is a mere 14.
Commentary from Peter Alliss , Maureen Madill and Ken Brown.

1.35 Rowing
Coverage of the third and final World Cup regatta, on Lake Rotsee in Lucerne. For British team coach Jurgen Grobler, it's the final chance to assess contenders for the Olympic team. Under particular scrutiny will be Sydney gold medallist James Cracknell who has been out injured for over six months. With Steve Redgrave. Commentary by Garry Herbert , Gillian Lindsay and Dan Topolski.

2.35 Athletics
Coverage from Poland of the concluding day of the European Cup. Britain's Paula Radcliffe will be aiming for her third 5,000m European Championship gold, as she makes her first track appearance since winning the 10,000m at the 2002 championships. Stuart Storey, Paul Dickenson, Brendan Foster, Jonathan Edwards, Sally Gunnell and Colin Jackson provide commentary and analysis.

5.30 Jonah Lomu - The Big Interview
Named player of the tournament at the 1995 World Cup, the New Zealand rugby star is currently battling a rare kidney disease.

5.45 Wimbledon Preview
A look ahead to the championships, which begin tomorrow.


Steve Cram
Steve Rider.
Michelle Wie
Peter Alliss
Maureen Madill
Ken Brown.
Jurgen Grobler
James Cracknell
Steve Redgrave.
Commentary By:
Garry Herbert
Commentary By:
Gillian Lindsay
Commentary By:
Dan Topolski
Paula Radcliffe
Stuart Storey
Paul Dickenson
Brendan Foster
Jonathan Edwards
Sally Gunnell
Colin Jackson
Jonah Lomu
Lakviar Singh
Ron Chakraborty

The 1977 Christmas special of the self-sufficiency sitcom. Silly, but It's Fun. The Goods and the Leadbetters plan their Christmases, but neither goes quite according to plan.
Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies


John Esmonde
Bob Larbey
John Howard Davies

6/6. During an attempt to pass the Straits of Gibraltar, U-96 has been badly damaged. As water pours in, the crew try desperately to make repairs.
(In German with English subtitles)


Jurgen Prochnow
Lt Werner:
Herbert Gronemeyer
Chief Engineer:
Klaus Wennemann
First Lieutenant:
Hubertus Bengsch
Second Lt:
Martin Semmelrogge
Chief quartermaster:
Bernd Tauber
Martin May
Erwin Leder

2/3. During the early days of television, two pioneering natural history presenters brought wildlife to our screens. At the beginning of the 1960s Peter Scott, son of the ill-fated Antarctic explorer, fronted the popular BBC series Look! And David Attenborough began a 50-year career in front the camera when he found himself presenting Zoo Quest

Danny Kelly on the animal magicians: page 15


Peter Scott
David Attenborough
Jane Stanton
Series Producer:
Sarah Manwaring-White

The international documentary strand tells the harrowing story of one man's efforts to stop the sexual exploitation of children in Costa Rica, a trade fuelled by American and European tourists. Bruce Harris infiltrated a paedophile porn ring and went undercover as a customer in a child brothel to get evidence that has finally led to prosecutions - but also death threats.
(Postponed from 10 June)


Bruce Harris
Phil Wright
Karen O'Connor

6/13. Mrs Druse is close to contacting Mary and her nemesis Paul.
(Continues on BBC3)
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RT Direct: The Journals of Eleanor Druse, available in paperback for just £6.99 inc p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate)


Dr Hook:
Andrew McCarthy
Dr Stegman:
Bruce Davison
Dr Jesse James:
Ed Begley Jr
Peter Rickman:
Jack Coleman
Mrs Druse:
Diane Ladd
Dr Louis:
Traff Williams
Carrie von Trier:
Lena Georgas
Liz Hinton:
Janet Wright
Abelson Meagan
Rolf Pedersen:
Jim Shield

Regional Variations (2)

The Fast Show

Series 3

Episode 3

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

The Suits You Sir tailors take on a new, young assistant, Unlucky Alf visits a fairground and the Off Roaders go potholing. Plus exclusive previews of upcoming film 'The Long Big Punch Up'.

Regional Variations (2)

15 Storeys High

Series 2

Episode 6: Errol's Women

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Available for 7 months

Errol's got problems - every woman he meets tries to throw herself at him. Meanwhile, Vince gets a visit from his naked dad.

Highlights of yesterday's non-title featherweight contest between ex-WBC featherweight and WBO super-bantamweight champion Marco Antonio Barrera and top ten-rated Paulie Ayala. Commentary from John Rawling and Duke McKenzie


Marco Antonio Barrera
Paulie Ayala.
John Rawling
Duke McKenzie
Chris Lewis
Jim Bentley

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