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BBC Prime 06.03.05


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BBC Prime 06.03.05

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Sunday 06.03.05 (CET)


10.15am Antiques Roadshow Michael Aspel and the team visit the gardens of Chartwell, Winston Churchill's former home in Kent, where treasures including a Gainsborough portrait, the signatures of Battle of Britain pilots, a Graham Sutherland painting found behind a water tank and a Russian sub-machine gun are valued

10.45am Bargain Hunt Two teams are challenged to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction (888)

11.15am Flog It! Paul Martin visits the Pannier Market in Barnstaple, where antiques experts Thomas Plant and Nigel Smith value treasures brought in by members of the public

12.00pm EastEnders A return to the early days in Albert Square

12.30pm EastEnders A return to the early days in Albert Square

1.00pm EastEnders Omnibus edition charting the highs and lows of life in Albert Square

3.00pm Teletubbies A little girl makes breakfast for her mum and the pals say good morning to each other

3.25pm Tweenies Milo sulks and won't play with anyone, so Judy cheers him up

3.45pm Bits and Bobs The adventures of two inquisitive balls of fluff who are keen to find out about the world

4.00pm Step Inside Twinkle, Boris and Chloe invite viewers inside the magic house for another story

4.10pm Andy Pandy Teddy is shown how to make cress shapes by Andy, and learns a lesson in patience

4.15pm The Story Makers The library-dwelling yarn-spinners make up more stories for the children

4.35pm Serious Jungle Eight young adventurers travel to the Borneo rainforests, where they help return endangered orang-utans to the wild

5.00pm Animals: The Inside Story Breaking new ground through a fusion of computer animation technology and compelling science, this programme actually goes inside animals to reveal what makes them tick. As predator and prey square off, the internal mechanisms which fuel their actions are revealed. From the hunting techniques of a Burmese python to the chemical signals inside a tiger's brain, the secrets of the animal kingdom are revealed. Narrated by Robert Lindsay

6.00pm Keeping Up Appearances Hyacinth dreads the idea of attending Onslow's birthday celebrations — until she learns a limousine will be arriving to take her to the party. Starring Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift and Geoffrey Hughes (888)

6.30pm Yes Minister Jim sees a chance to further his political career when a newly built hospital appears to have no patients. Satirical comedy, starring Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne and Derek Fowlds

7.00pm Design Rules Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen reveals how to restore order to a home, explaining that busy people often seek to create an atmosphere of balance, in contrast to the social whirl of everyday life, and finding out why many prefer symmetrical lines. He also offers advice on focal points for rooms, applying age-old guidelines to achieve the best effect

7.30pm Location, Location, Location Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer are house-hunting in Dover as they help an upwardly mobile couple search for their perfect home. They hope to find a place with more living space and a better layout than the pair's current property, which was bought in haste some years ago

8.00pm Born and Bred The villagers of Ormston close ranks as civil servant Mr Ffotherington arrives to assess their objections to the new road, but when he insinuates that he could influence the decision, the residents fall over themselves to keep him sweet. However, Mr Boynton and Rev Brewer begin to suspect there is more to the official than meets the eye. Elsewhere, Dr Newman faces a heart-wrenching ethical dilemma when he diagnoses a woman with motor neurone disease and Jean gets a nasty shock when she checks on her wedding dress fund

8.50pm We Got a New Life A year ago, Andrea and Richard Ellis decided to leave Yorkshire and take their children to live in Alberta, Canada. Their plan was to spend more time together as a family, and also get closer to wildlife. Cameras catch up with them to find out if their dream has become a reality

9.50pm Safe as Houses Estate agent Emma Basden and builder Jason Maloney help homeowners sell up and find a new place

10.50pm Top Gear Reports on the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud, Renault Megane and Koenigsegg. With actor Neil Morrissey as the star in a reasonably-priced car

11.50pm Life Before Birth Documentary detailing the development of unborn babies at the Kings College Foetal Unit in London, focusing on the moral and scientific challenges associated with life in the womb facing the unit's team of specialised doctors every day

1.00am Learning Zone
Timewatch Documentary chronicling salvage experts Moya and Alec Crawford's search for torpedoed liner Persia, which was sunk in 1915 with the loss of 350 lives, reputedly carrying millions of pounds' worth of gold and jewels. The pair set out on a personal mission to recover the ship and its precious cargo, but their mammoth task is made more difficult by the inability to pinpoint its final position in waters more than two miles deep. Plus, Dr Eric Grove investigates its nemesis, Max Valentiner, the famous U-boat ace of World War One 2.00am Watergate Richard Nixon's downfall 3.00am Make Italian Your Business Language series 3.30am Discovering Portuguese Basic Portuguese course 4.00am The Money Programme Business news 4.30am The Money Programme The crime of identity fraud 5.00am Goal English language series 5.30am English Express Football fiction (888)

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