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BBC Prime 10.02.05


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BBC Prime 10.02.05

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Thursday 10.02.05 (GMT)


9.00am Friends for Dinner Aspiring chef Simon Laws is taken by surprise when Gordon Ramsay drops in to reveal his plans for a three-star Michelin menu. He is then invited to prepare the starter of ravioli at Ramsay's famous restaurant, where the heat is really turned up as tempers fray

9.30am Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes

10.15am Big Strong Boys Stewart Castledine and Craig Phillips give an attic bedroom in Gloucester an industrial look, with a chrome and glass finish. Debra Veal presents

10.45am Trading Up Justin Ryan and Colin McAllister visit the West Midlands to spruce up a Bewdley home for a lucky buyer

11.15am Cash in the Attic Annette Cowley inherited a large number of antiques from her parents, but she has little room to store them and is trying to raise £1,000 to buy her son a quad bike. The experts go through her attic to determine what the inheritance is worth

11.45am Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go (888) (Stereo)

12.30pm Doctors Faith rescues an old woman from a dangerous situation at the allotments, while George allows Helen to enjoy some much-needed time off. Medical drama, starring Eva Fontaine

1.00pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

1.30pm Antiques Roadshow The roving team value more decorative objects and rarities belonging to the public (888) (Stereo)
2.00pm Animal Hospital Rolf Harris follows the work of another RSPCA centre treating sick pets (888)

2.30pm Teletubbies Dipsy and Laa-Laa watch children pretend to be animals, then join the others for a dance round Teletubbyland

2.55pm Tweenies Judy helps the gang learn everyone is different

3.15pm Bits and Bobs The adventures of two inquisitive balls of fluff who are keen to find out about the world

3.30pm Step Inside Twinkle, Boris and Chloe invite viewers inside the magic house for another story

3.40pm Andy Pandy Teddy, Looby Loo and Andy Pandy spring-clean the house, but Tiffo the dog gets in the way

3.45pm The Story Makers Jelly discovers fun things to do with wrapping paper, while Sam shops for a gift

4.05pm Blue Peter Flies the World The team explore China and Hong Kong in a series of global adventures

4.30pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go (888) (Stereo)

5.15pm Big Strong Boys Jake Robinson and Gavin Lowe transform a Banbury loft into a fun-filled kid-zone, by creating colourful storage, modernising the stairway, using specialist flooring and producing made-to-measure shelving

5.45pm Cash in the Attic Phil Robinson calls in the team to clear his house of the clutter his wife Pauline has gathered, hoping the prospect of a new, £1,000 fridge will induce her to sort out the masses of junk she has collected

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes

7.00pm Doctors Medical drama series set in a busy Midlands practice, starring Christopher Timothy

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Keeping Up Appearances Suburban sitcom about a super-snob intent on climbing the social ladder, starring Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift and Geoffrey Hughes

8.30pm Yes Minister Hacker's latest cost-cutting scheme has won the support of the Prime Minister — but Sir Humphrey is still determined to undermine it. Satirical comedy, starring Paul Eddington

9.00pm Clocking Off Barry, a shy security guard still living with his mum, hopes a win on the pools will transform his life and help him find true love. But his dreams of romance are shattered by Trudy's gold-digging sister Janice, who only agrees to go on a date because she thinks he is loaded. Drama, starring Steve Jackson, Susan Cookson and Lesley Sharp

9.55pm Placido Domingo: The King of Opera Filmed in Los Angeles, this documentary chronicles the life and work of one of the greatest tenors of the 20th century. Born in Madrid, the singer has appeared at all the world's major opera houses with a repertoire of 114 different roles and is perhaps best known as being part of the Three Tenors with Jose Carreras and Luciano Pavarotti. He talks candidly about his illustrious career and colleagues explain their view of this most committed of artists

10.55pm Mastermind Contestants take to the black chair in the specialist and general knowledge quiz

11.25pm The League of Gentlemen The launch of Judee Levinson's beauty salon proves a great success thanks to Charlie Hull's unexpected skill as a masseur. Meanwhile, Neds and Tris have an adventure in Maxie-Power, the home-made crime-fighting car. Award-winning comedy, starring Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton

11.55pm Two Thousand Acres of Sky Abby and Alastair get serious, but the course of true love runs less smoothly for Malcolm as he proudly parades Ida around the village, neglecting to notice her reserve. Little Jerry brings trouble to Douglas's household, while Carolyn and Heather plan a night out on the mainland — with devious intentions. Drama, starring Michelle Collins and Paul Kaye

1.00am Learning Zone
Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure

2.00am Wild in New York City The natural wonders of the Big Apple, including towering cliffs, plunging canyons, coastline and dramatic changes in temperature

2.30am Wild Ireland

3.00am Renaissance Secrets The culture of Renaissance Europe, continuing with the sordid hidden history of 17th-century Venice. On the surface, the city seemed opulent, yet as Professor John Guy reveals, the truth behind the facade included a flourishing trade in black-market clothes, furniture and even people

3.30am Renaissance Secrets Professor John Guy explores medical practices in Renaissance Italy, discovering doctors took a surprisingly modern approach to healthcare. The diaries of surgeon Antonio Benivieni are used to illustrate a time of forward thinking and cleanliness, while the upper classes took up vigorous health regimens recommended by personal trainers

4.00am Learning Zone
Trouble at the Top The story of ex-policeman Ray Mallon, who introduced “zero tolerance” policies within the Teesside force. While the drive was supported by the likes of Chief Supt Barry Shaw and members of Middlesbrough Council, especially when crime fell by 20 per cent, questions arose about the methods Mallon employed and matters came to a head with his decision to quit and run for mayor 4.40am Personal Passions Broadcaster Paul Heiney's concern for conservation 5.00am Search English language series 5.15am Search English language series 5.30am Teen English Zone English for teenagers.

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