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Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
The relationship between Sally Brown and Snoopy.

6.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
General Woodman creates a stronger strain of Genus.

6.45 Tom and Jerry Kids
A triple bill of cat-and-mouse antics.

7.10 Beckham Hot Shots
Learning Spanish phrases.

7.30 SMart
Mark decides to make some cracker stencils.

7.55 Newsround

Ends 10.00.

Looking at caravans, insects and a funny family.

8.30 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Mac's friends rally round.
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8.45 Little Red Tractor: The Detectives
Ryan and Amy decide to turn their homework into a game.

9.00 Fimbles
A tennis ball has a lot of bounce.
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9 20 Come Outside
Collecting butterfly pictures.
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Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

9 40 Tweenies: Champion
The gang find out how to be a champion.
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10.00 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Zzaap and the Word Master
Zzaap Looks Back

10.20 BBC Primary History (ages 9-12) Children in Victorian Britain - Children at Play

10.40 Maths Challenge (ages 10-11) TV Workout Year 6 - Measures

10.55 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11) Pyramid - The Great Pyramid of Khufu

11.10 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Captain Crimson - Black to the Future

11.30 BBC Primary Geography (ages 9-12) World Environmental Changes - Shorts: Karkonosze Forest

11.40 Music Makers (ages 7-9) Professor Allegro's World of Music - In the Snow (Timbre)

Live coverage from the opening day of the 118th All England championships in south-west London as the world-famous 14-day tennis tournament gets under way once again.
Sue Barker hosts action from the men's singles as Roger Federer begins the defence of his title on Centre Court, mindful of the fact that last year's defending champion Lleyton Hewitt was eliminated in the first round by unknown Croatian giant Ivo Karlovic. BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information RTs Wimbledon special: page 18 Wimbledon offers: page


Roger Federer
Lleyton Hewitt
Ivo Karlovic.

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Scooby Doo and Scrappy Doo
Triple bill, including an encounter with a swamp witch.
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4.00 Looney Tunes
A baby kangaroo spars with Sylvester.
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4.10 Rugrats
Angelica sets the gang a test of bravery.
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4.20 X-periMENTAL
An attempt to relight a barbecue.

4.35 Lizzie McGuire
Gordo has his Bar Mitzvah.

5.00 Blue Peter
Matt takes a look at the new Thunderbirds movie.
(Repeated tomorrow 7.30am) (S)

5.25 Newsround

Further live coverage from the grass courts of Wimbledon the third Grand Slam event of the year, as the men's and ladies' singles competitions get underway on the opening day. The top players will be looking to secure a safe passage into the second round and avoid the fate v the seven seeds who crashed out of the first round on tf opening day last year in London's SW19 district.
Presented by Sue Barker. With commentary from Trace
Austin, Chris Bailey , John Barrett , Boris Becker , PatCasf Andrew Castle, John Lloyd , John McEnroe , David Mercer and Sam Smith. Highlights of the day's play are at 9.30pm Producer Jonathan Bramley ; Editors Philip Bemie , Carl Hicks BBCi: digital viewers can select action from up to seven extra courts, plus 8 range of other services including live scores, results and news, by pressing the red button on their handset. For up-to-the-minute clips, comprehensive coverage and a Tardis Tennis game visit
RT's Wimbledon special: page 18; Wimbledon offers: page
Subsequent programmes may run late or change 1


Presented By:
Sue Barker.
Chris Bailey
John Barrett
Boris Becker
John Lloyd
John McEnroe
David Mercer
Sam Smith.
Jonathan Bramley
Philip Bemie
Carl Hicks

New series The life and career of Joyce Grenfell, the RMS Titanic, the life and works of Gustav Mahler and world heavyweight boxing championships 1895-1978 are the specialist subjects as the celebrated quiz returns for a new run. John Humphrys invites the contestants to take the lonely walk to the black chair. Four more contenders take the challenge tomorrow at 9pm.


John Humphrys
Derek Hallworth
Series Producer:
Pam Cavannagh

Past stars of the tennis world join John Inverdale to review the highlights ofthe first day's play as the All England championships enter their 127th year.
Producer Richard Carr , Editor Laurence Duffy Repeated tomorrow 10am


John Inverdale
Richard Carr
Laurence Duffy

1/4. Ben Anderson packs his passport to begin a perilous journey along the West African coast, a region marred by the slave trade, a colonial carve-up and gruesome civil wars. In Liberia he meets the country's most notorious female killer, the legions of drugged child soldiers who would rather be in school, and the UN peace-keepers whose difficult task it is to maintain calm in the region.
The next episode is tomorrow at 11.20pm.
(First shown on BBC4) (AD)


Ben Anderson
James Brabazon
Series Producer:
Will Daws

How, on 14 September 1822, French academic Jean Francois Champollion translated the Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and realised the goal he had spent a lifetime pursuing.
Director Carl Hindermarch ; Executive producer Richard Bradley (AD)


Jean Francois
Carl Hindermarch
Richard Bradley

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1.00 Eurografters
Practical guide for anyone thinking of working in Italy, Spain, France or Germany.

3.00 Working with the Spanish; Working with the French; Working with the Germans; Working with the Japanese
An attempt to understand the approach of the four different countries to business.

5.00 Make Your Mark Abroad
Work experience and volunteering opportunities for young people in Europe, including, hotel work in France and football training in Corfu.

5.30 Talk the Talk: Compilation
What makes us learn languages?

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