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BBC Prime 26.03.05

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

11325H Canal Digital 1.0West

11131V Hot Bird 6 at 13.0E

11891H TV Cabo on Hispasat 1C at 30.0W

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Saturday 26.03.05 (CET)

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10.15am Antiques Roadshow In the first of two programmes from Renishaw Hall in Derbyshire, home of the Sitwell family, Michael Aspel and the team find a collection of swords, a pigeon-racing clock, a patchwork quilt and a painting of a lion

10.45am Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

11.15am Flog It! Paul Martin visits Ipswich to meet people eager to make a profit selling their valuables at auction, aided by experts David Barby and Mark Stacey

12.00pm Wildlife The adventures of Jezebel, a ring-tailed lemur, who leads a gang of the unique creatures on the island of Madagascar

1.00pm Doctors Ben confides in Greg about his spiritual experience on the operating table, and Tasha returns to work still feeling unwell

1.30pm Doctors Tasha confides in Sarah, telling her she wants an abortion but doesn't want Nathan to know. Meanwhile, Greg faces a secret from his past

2.00pm Doctors Julia takes everyone to see the new site and they bicker about detail

2.30pm Doctors Faith and Sarah try to talk to Tasha about the baby, while Nathan becomes even more confused

3.00pm Teletubbies The gang play a game with a wall, and hide behind it when they hear Dipsy coming

3.25pm Tweenies Jake and Milo have lots of fun finding out all about sand, from building sandcastles to hunting for buried treasure

3.45pm 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

4.05pm Bill and Ben A horrid smell descends on the garden, so the potted pals attempt to get to the root of the problem

4.15pm The Story Makers Jelly and Jackson have fun with a balloon during a party in the library

4.35pm The Story Makers Jelly loses her favourite teddy bear, so the others try to help her remember where she put it

4.55pm The Really Wild Show The team present more amazing wildlife stories from around the world

5.20pm Blue Peter Flies the World The team report on their adventures in St Moritz

5.45pm S Club 7: Boyfriends and Birthdays The gang come into problems as they try to help a stranded family and Rachel has boyfriend trouble

6.10pm Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

6.40pm I'd Do Anything Ian Wright hosts the game show in which people face up to their greatest fears trying to win a dream-come-true experience for a loved one, testing the boundaries of friendship and self-sacrifice

7.40pm Casualty Charlie is furious to discover Dan has involved a recovering Duffy in the major incident training exercise, and the pregnant nurse contemplates the future of her marriage. Meanwhile, a French exchange student collapses, and a widow takes a nasty fall. Medical drama, starring Derek Thompson and Cathy Shipton, with a guest appearance by Margi Clarke

8.30pm Wildlife Special The lives of a family of killer whales that hunt elephant seals and penguins off the storm-blasted Crozet Islands of Antarctica. French scientists study younger members of the group as they learn the complicated techniques involved in catching prey

9.30pm Eddie Izzard The cross-dressing comedian performs his “Glorious” show, a largely improvised monologue which takes a sideways look at everything from the Old Testament to computer printers

10.20pm Eddie Izzard Mockumentary following the comedian on the American leg of his “Glorious” tour, where he gauges opinion on his cross-dressing style, his British accent and the advantages of succeeding in the States

10.50pm Eddie Izzard The comic performs his “Definite Article” show, discussing topics such as bread guns, hair thieves and his Scottish clarinet teacher Mrs Badcrumble

11.40pm Linda Green Linda spots a good-looking market researcher and signs up for as many focus groups as she can. By inventing a multitude of hobbies and interests, she instantly becomes his star pupil — but when she finally gets him home, he turns out to be more interested in the contents of her kitchen cupboards than anything else. Jamie Theakston guest stars

12.10am Linda Green Linda's holiday plans go awry when she misses her flight to Ibiza, but all is not lost as she meets cute waiter Marko at the airport. They get on so well she decides to invite him caravanning with her family in Rhyl and, being an orphan, he is thrilled with the cosy set-up — but Linda soon realises he's more interested in her family than her. Comedy drama series, starring Liza Tarbuck

12.40am Learning Zone
A Little Later Music performances by Radiohead 2.00am (BST) Building the Impossible A replica of the first airship 3.00am Dame Alicia Markova: The People's Ballerina Profile of Britain's first prima ballerina 4.00am Eurografters Guide to living and working in Malaga 4.30am Get Me the Manager Complaints in the food industry 5.00am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.15am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.30am Kids English Zone Learning English.

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9.50am Action in the North Atlantic (PG) 1943 Stirring wartime adventure designed to boost American morale, following the progress of a convoy of US merchant ships attacked by Nazi planes and submarines while en route to the Soviet Union. Humphrey Bogart, Raymond Massey and Alan Hale star

12.10pm How the West Was Won (PG) 1963 Oscar-nominated epic Western following three generations of a pioneering farming family trying to build a new life on the frontier in 1830s America. The star-studded cast includes James Stewart, John Wayne, Gregory Peck, Henry Fonda, Debbie Reynolds, Lee J Cobb and Eli Wallach. Henry Hathaway, John Ford and George Marshall handle the directorial duties (888)

3.00pm Bad Day at Black Rock (PG) 1955 A disabled war veteran sets out to find a Japanese farmer to present him with his son's medal, only to encounter hostility from the locals of a small desert town. Taut, suspense-filled drama starring Spencer Tracy in one of his finest roles, ably supported by Robert Ryan, Ernest Borgnine and Lee Marvin

4.30pm North by Northwest (PG) 1959 A suave advertising executive (the fabulous Cary Grant) is somehow mistaken for an American intelligence agent by a foreign spy and drawn into a world of espionage and adventure, leading to a cross-country chase which becomes even more perilous once the FBI join in. Unsurpassable Hitchcock thriller with a touch of romance and comedy, creating a blend guaranteed to keep viewers on the edge of their seats. James Mason, Eva Marie Saint, Leo G Carroll and Martin Landau number among the sterling supporting cast

7.00pm Radio Days (U) 1987 Nostalgic look back at Jewish life in Forties America, focusing on the way a family reacts to what they hear on the radio. Directed and narrated by Woody Allen, and starring Mia Farrow, Danny Aiello, Dianne Wiest, Jeff Daniels and Julie Kavner

9.00pm No Guts, No Glory: 75 Years of Award Winners Dustin Hoffman introduces a review of Warner Bros' many years of blockbusting movies (888)

10.00pm GoodFellas (18) 1990 Martin Scorsese's brutal thriller, starring Ray Liotta as an Italian-American who dreams of joining the Mafia — and is taken under the wing of ruthless mobster Robert De Niro, becoming inextricably involved in gangster society. A psychotic Joe Pesci steals every scene he appears in with his increasingly unstable behaviour, while the supporting cast also includes Paul Sorvino, Lorraine Bracco and Frank Sivero. Lauded on release as the best crime film since The Godfather, time hasn't lessened the impact of the horrifyingly brutal scenes of violence or the rapid-fire script

12.45am Get Carter (18) 1971 Mike Hodges's violent and influential thriller, starring Michael Caine as a London racketeer who visits Newcastle to avenge his brother's murder at the hands of local gangsters, exacting blood-soaked revenge on all those involved as he also attempts to get his niece out of the adult film industry. A powerful performance from Caine makes this bleak drama essential viewing. With Ian Hendry, Britt Ekland, Glynn Edwards and John Osborne (888)

3.40am (BST) The Hour of 13 (PG) 1952 A suave jewel thief tries to track down a mysterious killer preying on police officers in late 19th-century London. Melodrama, starring Peter Lawford, Dawn Addams and Roland Culver

5.00am The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (U) 1962 Henry Levin and George Pal's live-action and animated adaptations of the famous fairy tales which veer wildly from the sublime to the ridiculous, leaving the end result difficult to watch. A plethora of stars, including Laurence Harvey, Claire Bloom, Karl Boehm, Russ Tamblyn, Barbara Eden, Walter Slezak, Oscar Homolka and Yvette Mimieux, help things along (888)

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