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The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo
Another round of hunchback-based animation set in the year 1483. (R) (S)

7.25 The Roswell Conspiracies
Logan and Sh'lainn track down two Aesiri aliens. (S)

7.45 Blue Peter
Jamie Oliver cooks for the winner of the school dinner menu competition.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S) (W)

8.10 Dr Otter
Animation. Melvyn has forgotten that today is his birthday. Repeated at 1pm (S) (W)

8.20 Little Bear
Adventures with the diminutive mammal. (R) (S)

8.40 Postman Pat
Postman Pat encounters the beast of Greendale. (R) (S)

9.00 Tweenies
Double bill. The gang enjoys having a tea party together, and Jake finds some new buckets behind the surprise curtain. (R) (S) (W)

9.40 Playdays
Today, Peggy explores a lush tropical garden on the Isle of Wight. (R) (S)

10.00 Teletubbies
Dipsy and Laa-Laa are out for a walk, Po is riding her scooter, some children are building a giant jigsaw. (R) (S)
BBC CD-ROM: Play with the Teletubbies, for PC and Playstation, price £19.99
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

The first in a major new six-part series, made by the Walking with Dinosaurs team, which uses computer animation wizardry to re-create a forgotten era in natural history. New Dawn. Sixteen million years after the dinosaurs' demise, the tropical rainforests are home to an array of mysterious creatures - among them leptictidium, a hopping insectivore.
Repeated next Sunday (S) (W)
Interactive service: digital viewers can obtain supplementary information on the series by pressing the red button on the remote control. More facts and challenges are available on the programme's website: [address removed]
Sixteen million years AD (after dinosaurs): p36; RT Shop: p40
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

First in a major new six-part series re-creating a forgotten era in natural history.
New Dawn. Sixteen million years after the dinosaurs' demise, the tropical rainforests are home to an array of mysterious creatures. Shown last Thursday (S) (W)
BBC One London

Science of Walking with Beasts

Triumph of the Beasts. The first of two programmes going behind the scenes to look at the making of BBCl's new series on how mammals took over from the dinosaurs.
Walking with Beasts is continues tomorrow at 8.30pm.
Director/Producer Kate Bartlett (S) (W) How the effects team pulled off a miracle: page 34
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

r Continuing the six-part series which uses computerwizardry to re-create little-known behemoths of the Eocene era.
Whale Killer. With mammals having taken over land and sea, creatures such as the lupine andrewsarchus, the small-brained brontotheres and the basilosaurus - a serpent-like whale - are in the ascendant. Narrated by Kenneth Branagh. Series producer Jasper James ; Executive producer Tim Haines
Repeated next Sunday (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/beasts INTERACTIVE SERVICE: digital viewers can obtain supplementary information on the series by pressing the red button on the remote control
How the effects team pulled off a miracle: p34; RT Shop offer p37
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

Whale Killer. With mammals having taken over land and sea, creatures such as the basilosaurus - a serpent-like whale - are in the ascendant.
Shown last Thursday (S) (W) Science of Walking with Beasts, a look at the making of the series, Wednesday 8pm
BBC One London

Science of Walking with Beasts

The second oftwo programmes about the making of BBCl's new series on how mammals took over from the dinosaurs. The Beasts Within. The magic of television special effects show how man's dextrous hands and expressive faces arose as the primates responded to the challenge of life in the forests. Walking with Beasts is tomorrow at 8.30pm.
Director/Producer Kate Bartlett (S) (W) BBC MAGAZINE: Radio Times Walking with Beasts, £1.99, available now
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

J Third in the six-part series that uses computer wizardry to re-create little-known behemoths of the Eocene era.
Land of Giants. Following the life cycle of the largest land mammal ever, the indricotheres. Narrator Kenneth Branagh. Series producer Jasper James ; Executive producer Tim Haines
Repeated next Sunday (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/beasts INTERACTIVE SERVICE: digital viewers can obtain supplementary information on the series by pressing the red button on the remote control
BBC PRODUCTS: hardback book, f 19.99: video, £19.99; magazine. Radio Times Walking with Beasts. LI.99
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

LandofGiants. Followingthe life cycle of the largest land mammal ever, the indricotheres. Shown last Thursday
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

Next of Kin. The fourth programme in the natural history series travels back three million years to Ethiopia where Australopithecus, one of the first upright apes, lived in danger of being hunted by the sabre-toothed dinofelis and the elephantine deinotherium. Narrated by Kenneth Branagh. Director Nigel Paterson; Series producer Jasper James
Repeated next Sunday WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/beasts Interactive service: digital viewers can obtain supplementary information on the series by pressing the red button on the remote control
BBC products: hardback book. £19.99; double video. £19.99; magazine, Radio Times Walking with Beasts. £1.99; and CD all available from retailers This month's BBC Wildlife Magazine £2.80, has an eight-page feature on the evolution of mammals.
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

Sabre Tooth. The penultimate episode follows the progress of a smilodon, a cat-like predator with deadly fangs which roamed South America one million years ago. Director Nigel Paterson : Series producer Jasper James
Repeated next Sunday (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/beasts INTERACTIVE SERVICE DETAILS: digital viewers can obtain supplementary information on the series by pressing the red button on the remote control
BBC PRODUCTS: hardback book. £19.99; double video, £19.99: magazines, Radio Times Walking with Beasts, £1.99, and BBC Wildlife. £2.80: plus CD
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

A double bill from the series that re-creates a forgotten era. Next of Kin. The fourth programme travels back three million years to Ethiopia where australopithecus lived in danger of being hunted by the sabre-toothed dinofelis.
(R)(S)(W)
4.40 Sabre Tooth. The penultimate episode follows the progress of a smilodon, a cat-like predator with deadly fangs which roamed South
America one million years ago. Shown last Thursday (S) (W)
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts: Mammoth Journey

The last in the series follows a herd of mammoths as they make their way south for winter, running a gauntlet of ice-age hunters including Neanderthal man.

Repeated next Sunday (S) (W)
WEBSITE: [web address removed] INTERACTIVE SERVICE DETAILS: digital viewers can obtain supplementary information on the series by pressing the red button on the remote control
BBC PRODUCTS: hardback book, £19.99; double video, £19.99; magazines, Radio Times Walking with Beasts, £1.99, and BBC Wildlife, £2.80; plus CD.
BBC One London

Walking with Beasts

Mammoth Journey. The last in the series follows a herd of mammoths going south. Shown last Thursday (S) (W)
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/beasts
BBC One London

The Lost World

First of a two-part drama based on Arthur Conan Doyle 's novel. Maverick professor Challenger leads a party from London to South America in search of a plateau where dinosaurs are rumoured to roam. Concludes tomorrow at 6.35pm.
Dramatised by Adrian Hodges and Tony Mulholland
Producer Christopher Hall: Director Stuart Orme (S) (W) Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Dinosaurs: page 13
BBC Two England

Wild New World

A new six-part series revealing the spectacular wildlife of North America at the end of the Ice Age, 14,000 years ago, using evidence uncovered from today's landscapes and scientific research to create computer-generated imagery. Land of the Mammoth. During a typical prehistoric day, a giant short-faced bear challenges a herd of musk oxen, and woolly mammoths defend their baby from American lions. Series producer Miles Barton ; Executive producer Neil Nightingale www.bbc.co.uk/nature BBC BOOK: Wild New World, available in hardback, L20
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BBC One London

A Walking with Dinosaurs Special: Land of Giants

Computer-generated imagery is used to bring the awe-inspiring creatures of the Cretaceous period to life. Zoologist Nigel Marven reveals how, one million years ago, South America was home to gargantuan beasts such as argentinosaurus, the biggest dinosaurthat ever lived, as well as giganotosaurus, its fearsome predator.
Producer Jasper James ; Executive producer Tim Haines
BBC Four

Walking with Beasts: New Dawn

49 million years ago, birds ruled Earth.
BBC Four

Walking with Beasts: Whale Killer

Earth, 36 million years ago: mammals are now the largest creatures.
BBC Four

Walking with Beasts

A look at the life of the 15-ton indricothere. Kenneth Branagh narrates.






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