BBC Prime 16.11.04

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BBC Prime 16.11.04

Please + or - one hour, depending on your country time.

11325H Canal Digital 1.0West

11131V Hot Bird 6 at 13.0E

''enjoy''

Tuesday 16.11.04 (GMT)

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10.30am Flog It! Paul Martin rifles through unwanted antiques found on council premises in Nottingham, with experts Jan Squires and Adam Partridge on hand to provide valuations, before their estimates are tested in the salesroom

11.15am Bargain Hunt Two teams are challenged to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

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

12.30pm Doctors Ronnie has to dig deep when a club opening leaves him bailing out an old friend. Medical drama, guest starring Jonathan Wrather, with Christopher Timothy, Sean Gleeson, Kari Corbett and Peter Blake

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

1.30pm Passport to the Sun Life in Majorca during the holiday season

2.00pm Wildlife The adventures of Jezebel, a ring-tailed Lemur, who leads a gang of the unique creatures on the island of Madagascar

2.30pm Teletubbies Fun and games for youngsters with the playful quartet

2.55pm Tweenies The pals make a puppet theatre from a cardboard box — which soon proves a spectacular success

3.15pm SMarteenies Exciting ideas for those who like experimenting with arts and crafts

3.30pm Zingalong Children's fun

3.45pm Tikkabilla Justin Fletcher, Lorna Laidlaw and Tamba learn about Kurdish dancing and animals that hide

4.05pm Bring It On Adventurous presenters bravely take up the gauntlet to learn a new skill in just five days

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

5.15pm Big Strong Boys Sarah Matravers, Jake Robinson and Gavin Lowe make use of creative storage ideas and lighting to spruce up a mismatched lounge and dining room in Wigston, Leicestershire

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Two teams are challenged to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Flog It! Paul Martin embarks on an antiques hunt at Homerton College, Cambridge, with experts Catherine Southon and Charlie Ross on hand to offer advice

7.00pm Doctors Nathan finds out why Sarah appears so anxious, and an overconfident medical student is put to the test after a training day. Medical drama, starring Christopher Timothy and Akemnji Ndifornyen

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

8.00pm Weird Nature Creatures that go to extraordinary lengths to disguise or defend themselves, including the dressing crab, which adorns itself with everything from coral and seaweed to pearls and lace. Fulmar chicks can stun attackers with projectile vomit and the amazing hagfish can turn water into slime by squirting mucus, trapping would-be predators

8.30pm Steve Leonard's Extreme Animals The intrepid vet witnesses millions of flamingos feeding in caustic soda lakes heated by underground thermal activity — dipping his boots into the bubbling 100c water, only to discover they start corroding. The trek then takes him to the Namib desert, where he watches in amazement as elephants dig out water holes that have been visited for generations, and to finally onto Goa, where he firewalks on glowing embers in an attempt to replicate the experiences of Sahara ants

9.00pm Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson tests the new Focus RS, Richard Hammond goes off-road in the Subaru Forester, and Jason Dawe provides a guide to buying a used BMW M3. Jamiroquai singer and car enthusiast Jay Kay joins the team in the Top Gear base and an unusual challenge involving motorbikes and a bus is attempted

10.00pm How to Build a Human Scientists propose the key to eternal youth may be in sight and dolphins could hold the answer. Experts believe that if they could identify life-prolonging genes, it would enable future generations to re-engineer the human body. This programme explores why humans age, identifying a vital gas that damages people with every breath they take, and looks at ways of counteracting the effect of time on the body

10.50pm Black Cab A taxi driver decides to help a woman in distress at the end of his shift. Short drama, starring Clive Russell and Lucy Whybrow

11.00pm Casualty Luke feels responsible for a man's death at an Army barracks, unaware a senior officer failed to give him vital medical details. The love triangle between Baz, Dan and Charlie reaches a dramatic climax when she tells her husband all about romancing her ex — and he responds by letting his fists do the talking. Meanwhile, Hollywood comes to Holby as the girls get dressed up as movie characters for Nikki's hen night — and when they bump into Jim's stag party, Luke and Lara waste no time getting it together in the hospital car park. Things aren't quite so good between Fin and Comfort though, as he ends up carrying his depressed girlfriend home drunk. Medical drama, with Derek Thompson, Jula Watson and Nigel Whitmey

11.50pm Holby City Owen has a testing and emotional day as his daughter Katie is rushed into the hospital with suspected meningitis — but as he reels from the news, he is forced to act when a baby is snatched from the ward. Meanwhile, a recovering Liam takes a sudden turn for the worse and Kath is made to feel guilty when she discusses divorce with abusive husband Simon — who then has a furious confrontation with Father Michael

1.00am Learning Zone

Arthur: King of the Britons Veteran actor Richard Harris, who played Arthur in classic musical Camelot, tells the story of the legendary ruler, exploring the science and technology of the fifth century to find evidence of his existence. Harris travels to Tintagel in Cornwall, Glastonbury Abbey and Cadbury Hill in search of the truth behind the tales of Merlin, Excalibur, Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table 2.00am Queen and Country The relationship between monarch and prime minister 3.00am Civilisation Florence, Urbino and Mantua 4.00am Management in Chinese Cultures Can Westerners learn from Chinese business practices? 4.30am Get Me the Manager Complaining to high-street stores 5.00am English Zone For adult learners of all abilities 5.25am Friends International Flourishing friendships across boundaries 5.30am Teen English Zone English for teenagers.

Regards Satdude. :D
 
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