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Estelle performs her new single Go Gone, while Grange Hill regulars Sammy O'Grady and Matt Buckley feature in Pop Art. Plus games and cartoons. With Barney Harwood and Rochelle Wiseman.
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Contributors

Singer:
null Estelle
Guest (Pop Art):
Sammy O'Grady
Guest (Pop Art):
Matt Buckley
Presenter:
Barney Harwood
Presenter:
Rochelle Wiseman
Director:
Ian Trill
Producer:
Mo Clasby

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen looks at the importance of colour in the home, and Chris Beardshaw shows how to introduce hues in the garden. Meanwhile
Linda Barker discovers the roots of the colour purple, Kate Humble finds out why Iceland's lagoons are so blue, and celebrity guest Lenny Henry unveils plans for this year's Red Nose Day next month. Hosted by Nicki Chapman
Series producer Karen Mackinder

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown:
Chris Beardshaw
Unknown:
Linda Barker
Unknown:
Kate Humble
Unknown:
Lenny Henry
Unknown:
Nicki Chapman
Producer:
Karen MacKinder

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Wild Down Under

Episode 1: Wild Down Under

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Series exploring the wildlife and landscape of Australia. An introduction to the continent and surrounding islands, capturing the enormity of this exotic land. Show more

Coverage of this year's Masters tournament gets under way at
2.00 with the match between defending champion Paul Hunter and veteran Steve Davis. Hosted by Ray Stubbs , with John Parrott.
www.bbc.co.uk/snooker BBCi: full, uninterrupted coverage available to digital viewers via the red button

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Hunter
Unknown:
Steve Davis.
Unknown:
Ray Stubbs
Unknown:
John Parrott.

Epic and stately sci-fi adventure, the original movie based on the cult TV series, starring William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.
The USS Enterprise is ordered back into service to confront an alien menace. Review page 54.
Director Robert Wise (1979, U)

Contributors

Unknown:
William Shatner
Unknown:
Leonard Nimoy.
Director:
Robert Wise
Admiral James T Kirk:
William Shatner
Mr Spock:
Leonard Nimov
Dr Leonard BonesMcCoy:
Deforest Kelley
Commander Willard Decker:
Stephen Collins
Ilia:
Persis Khambatta
Scotty:
James Doohan
Uhura:
Nichelle Nichols

Top British athletes are in Sheffield chasing selection for next month's European championships in Madrid. Double Olympic gold medallist Kelly Holmes goes in the 800m, men's 4x100m Olympic champions Jason Gardener and Mark Lewis-Francis go head to head in the 60m, while Janine Whitlock returns in the pole vault after a drug suspension. Hazel Irvine hosts.
Timetable: 5.00 Women's pole vault; 5.20 Men's long jump; 5.50 Men's 60m semi-finals; 6.20 Women's 400m; 6.40 Women's 800m; 7.00 Men's 60m final. Producers Helen Kuttner and Martin Webster ; Editors Michael Cole and Jim Bentley www.bbc.co.uk/athletics Coverage of the Grand Prix athletics meeting is on Friday at 625pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Kelly Holmes
Unknown:
Jason Gardener
Unknown:
Mark Lewis-Francis
Unknown:
Janine Whitlock
Producers:
Helen Kuttner
Producers:
Martin Webster
Producers:
Jim Bentley

5/8. Mesopotamia, AD 530: can jujitsu instructors 'rom Essex execute a Sassanid triumph over a vast
- Byzantine Roman army? With Richard Hammond.
Series producer Angus Cameron

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Hammond.
Producer:
Angus Cameron

The enticing tie between Paul Hunter and Steve Davis is the focus of coverage from the Masters tournament at the Wembley Conference Centre. Last year Hunter edged out Ronnie O'Sullivan 10-9 in an all-England thriller to land his third title in four years. Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo commentate. Ray Stubbs and John Parrott host. Producer Alison Witkover ; Executive producer Graham Fry BBCi: digital viewers can access blanket coverage via the red button

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Hunter
Unknown:
Steve Davis
Unknown:
Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown:
Dennis Taylor
Unknown:
Willie Thorne
Unknown:
John Virgo
Unknown:
Ray Stubbs
Unknown:
John Parrott
Producer:
Alison Witkover
Producer:
Graham Fry

7/11. Ricky Wilson from Kaiser Chiefs is among the guests joining Bill Bailey , Phill Jupitus and Mark Lamarr. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Steve Doherty Repeated Sat Mark Lamarr hosts Shake, Rattle and Roll, Thursdays 9pm Radio 2 Phill Jupitus on the Oysterband: page 40

Contributors

Unknown:
Ricky Wilson
Unknown:
Bill Bailey
Unknown:
Phill Jupitus
Unknown:
Mark Lamarr.
Director:
Paul Wheeler
Producer:
Steve Doherty
Unknown:
Mark Lamarr
Unknown:
Phill Jupitus

Actor Michael Gambon 's befes noires include birthdays and west London's modish enclave Notting Hill.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer victoria Payne

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Gambon
Director:
Geraldine Dowd

6/12. Sins of the Father. Dunbar is forced to account for his self-harming teen daughter. Strong language.
Writer Steve Coombes ; Director Richard Laxton
Producer Victoria Fea First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Coombes
Director:
Richard Laxton
Producer:
Victoria Fea
Bruce Dunbar:
Phil Daniels
Theodore Gulliver:
Ray Emmet Brown
Sarah:
Georgia MacKenzie
DC Simons:
Danny Cunningham
CS Ross:
Annabelle Apsion
Janey:
Rebekah Staton
Spmky Sutherland:
Craig Parkinson
Supt Jackson:
Connor McLntyre
William Duhaney:
Joseph Hutton
John Stark:
Stuart Wilkinson
Joanna Moore:
Paula Wolfenden
Shevanya:
Rebecca Gallagher
DrHarperhay:
Paul McCleary
Laura:
Natalie Press

Did Manchester United make amends for last season's
4-1 drubbing by City, their biggest derby defeat for 15 years? Adrian Chiles introduces the highlights.
Series producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth

Contributors

Introduces:
Adrian Chiles
Producer:
James Irving
Editor:
Mark Demuth

Six Nations highlights, including
England v France, plus Jeremy Guscott 's report on the burgeoning women's game. With John Inverdale. Director Phil Sibson ; Series editor Lucy Cutler

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeremy Guscott
Unknown:
John Inverdale.
Director:
Phil Sibson
Editor:
Lucy Cutler

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