BBC Prime 20.02.05



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BBC Prime 20.02.05

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Sunday 20.02.05 (GMT)


12.00pm Classic 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 The gang play catch with Laa-Laa's ball and watch a small boy search for a chameleon

3.25pm Tweenies The pals sing their favourite songs, Put Your Finger in the Air and Tommy Thumb, while Max invents a game using shadows

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 Looby Loo, Teddy and Andy Pandy embark on another adventure

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

4.35pm Stitch Up! CBBC's very own spy kids take to the streets with hidden cameras and microphones to catch members of the public in all manner of embarrassing situations

5.00pm Natural World Satellite graphics and aerial photography give an insight into the amazing Amazon river, which splits a continent in half, contains a fifth of all river water on the planet and each year floods an area bigger than England. The film traces its humble beginnings high up in the Andes, from where it meanders more than 6,000km to the other side of South America and meets the Atlantic

6.00pm Keeping Up Appearances Suburban sitcom about a super-snob intent on climbing the social ladder, starring Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift and Geoffrey Hughes (888)

6.30pm Yes Minister Jim Hacker believes he needs to know everything going on in his department, and is furious to learn Sir Humphrey is keeping things from him. However, when events take a surprising turn he starts to understand why sometimes it's better to keep a minister in the dark. Comedy, starring Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne and Derek Fowlds (Stereo)

7.00pm Design Rules Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen explores the effect of light on people's feelings. Tackling a dark, north-facing Victorian sitting room, and creating a flexible kitchen scheme with mood-enhancing coloured bulbs, he offers practical advice on ways to use lighting in the home

7.30pm Location, Location, Location Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Mark and Anne-Marie who are selling their idyllic house just outside Chichester to buy a property which is a little more child-friendly. The couple also hope to reduce their mortgage, while at the same time gaining more space — but they'll need to make some brutal compromises to find their dream home

8.00pm Born and Bred The tension between Tom and Arthur reaches breaking point, and it seems a journey to New Zealand is on the cards for one of the doctors. Elsewhere, the arrival of Reverend Brewer's brother causes a stir when he makes an announcement concerning their uncle's death, and Eddie has further tests on a suspicious lump, throwing his wedding to Jean in doubt

8.50pm We Got a New Life Over a year ago, the Dilkes family moved 10,000 miles to Australia, in search of their dream lifestyle in the sun. Now, they reveal how they and their two children have coped with the changes, and the impact of being so far away from their friends and family

9.50pm Safe as Houses Estate agent Emma Basden helps a couple sell their pub and move north to start a business in the tourist trade

10.50pm Top Gear Another helping of four-wheel features, with test-drives and reports on the latest models (888) (Stereo)

11.50pm The Human Face John Cleese investigates the universal rules of beauty and the power attractive people wield, with a little help from Liz Hurley, Pierce Brosnan, Joan Rivers and Candice Bergen. He also discovers why athletes with beautiful faces run faster and investigates the advantages of having symmetrical features

12.40am A Little Later A selection of performances from the Stereophonics

1.00am Learning Zone
Landscape Mysteries In the last programme of the series, Aubrey Manning investigates the discovery of a series of stepped terraces on Glastonbury Tor. He explores the many theories about the purpose of the earthworks, from a Neolithic maze to part of King Arthur's fortifications of the area, and asks how crucial they are to the mysteries and myths of the surrounding landscape 1.30am Auschwitz: The Final Witness Three former inmates recall the horrors of the camp 2.00am Watergate The break-in at the Democrat headquarters 3.00am Make Japanese Your Business Japanese for business people 3.30am Discovering Portuguese Basic Portuguese course 4.00am The Money Programme The world of workplace moles 4.30am The Money Programme The trend of transferring jobs to India 5.00am Goal English language series 5.15am Search English language series 5.30am Learning English with Ozmo Educational series. (Age 5-9)

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