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Monday 21.03.05 (CET)


10.15am Big Strong Boys Jake Robinson and Gavin Lowe rise to a DIY challenge in Eastbourne

10.45am Girls on Top Anna Ryder Richardson and Charlie Dimmock find out what it takes to become Blue Coats

11.15am Cash in the Attic A Brighton man decides it's time to clear out his junk and get rid of the few thousand books he has stacked in every room of his house, in a bid to raise £2,000 so he can buy a new computer. With experts Paul Hayes and Robbie Barry

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 EastEnders A return to the early days in Albert Square

1.00pm EastEnders A return to the early days in Albert Square

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

2.00pm Let's Write a Story Improving writing skills. (Age7-9)

2.20pm Friends International Two girls born in Bangladesh bridge the gulf caused by one's move to Surrey

2.25pm Friends International Twins who live in Kingston, Jamaica, break the boundaries of distance by sharing their love of singing and dancing with a friend in Northern Ireland

2.30pm Teletubbies The gang play a game with a wall, and hide behind it when they hear Dipsy coming

2.55pm Tweenies Jake and Milo have lots of fun finding out all about sand, from building sandcastles to hunting for buried treasure

3.15pm Fimbles Florrie makes a den out of a tent she finds in the purple meadow, but won't let the others in unless they can guess the password

3.35pm Bill and Ben A horrid smell descends on the garden, so the potted pals attempt to get to the root of the problem

3.45pm The Story Makers Jelly and Jackson have fun with a balloon during a party in the library

4.05pm S Club 7: Boyfriends and Birthdays The gang come into problems as they try to help a stranded family and Rachel has boyfriend trouble

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 In a yoga special, Jake and Gavin create a room for relaxing in by clearing away the clutter, installing peaceful lighting and adding an indoor water feature

5.45pm Cash in the Attic Helping people make money from the junk they have accumulated over the years

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

7.00pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars

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

8.00pm Holby City Meyer shuns hospital protocol and breaks an operating ban to save a boy's life, but Jan Goddard is not impressed by his decision. Meanwhile, Chrissie mistakenly believes Owen is about to propose and persuades him to have a housewarming party so they will have as big an audience as possible, and Mubbs and Lisa reignite their relationship. Medical drama, starring George Irving

9.00pm Red Cap SIB inadvertently jeopardise a German investigation into human trafficking when a routine AWOL enquiry uncovers a drug-smuggling operation involving Army transportation crates. Burns's problems are compounded further when he encounters an old friend due to be court martialled for assault and lives are left hanging in the balance in an explosive finale to the series. Starring Tamzin Outhwaite, Douglas Hodge and James Thornton

9.50pm Murder in Mind A playwright struggling to make ends meet decides to rent out spare rooms in his house to a couple of friends — setting the scene for tragedy when his new tenants become convinced he is behind a series of local murders. When personal possessions go missing from their rooms, their suspicions are further aroused, prompting them to risk everything in their quest for the truth. Starring Neil Stuke, Camilla Power and Frances Grey

10.45pm Black Cab An American tourist refuses to leave until he's seen the real London. Drama, starring Nathan Osgood and Stephen Bent

11.00pm Lenny Henry in Pieces The funnyman brings a selection of comedy characters to life including Gloria, the bad-tempered petrol pump attendant, Donavan Bogarde, the randy OAP, and some new faces such as Lucius T Kool III, the world's first blaxploitation pope (888) (Stereo)

11.30pm I'm Alan Partridge Alan fears a visit from the Inland Revenue may be imminent, while Sonja discovers he has lied about his close ties with rock star Bono. Steve Coogan and Amelia Bullmore star

12.00am Extreme Lives Documentary revealing the extraordinary events in the life of sailor Ellen MacArthur following her runner-up spot in the Vendee Globe race aboard the Kingfisher. High points have included the award of an MBE and winning the title of World Champion of the Year 2001, and the 25-year-old talks openly about her love of the sea and the ambitions she hopes to fulfil over the next few years

1.00am Learning Zone
Building the Impossible Professor Chris Wise, Dr Caroline Baillie and a team of experts face the challenge of creating a replica of the first airship, designed in 1783 by a French general who died in battle before his plans left the drawing board 2.00am Century of Flight The history of manned flight 3.00am Ever Wondered About Food? Sushi 3.30am Ever Wondered About Food? The history of coffee 4.00am Troubleshooter Returns John Harvey-Jones remembers his Navy days 4.50am Business Confessions With entrepreneur Paul Davidson 5.00am Look Ahead English for adult learners 5.30am Spelling with the Spellits Exploring words.

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