BBC Prime 28.12.04

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BBC Prime 28.12.04

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

''enjoy''

Tuesday 28.12.04 (GMT)

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11.15am Weakest Link Special Anne Robinson presents a sitcom stars special. Contestants include Birds of a Feather's Lesley Joseph, Bread's Jean Boht, Vicki Michelle from 'Allo 'Allo and Dad's Army star Ian Lavendar

12.00pm Diarmuid's Big Adventure Diarmuid Gavin has come up with a fantastically imaginative entry for the Chelsea Flower Show on paper, but it's going to cost a lot of money to realise his creation. So far he hasn't been able to raise a penny, and the deadline for entries is looming, leaving him wondering whether he will be able to blarney his way to some sponsorship and get the project back on track

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, presented by Nadia Sawalha

2.00pm The Elephant Trilogy Part three of three. Saba Douglas-Hamilton, who has spent her life living with and saving elephants around Africa, returns to Namibia to revisit old haunts and begin new adventures

2.30pm Teletubbies The pals watch Brian Cant tell a story to a group of children, then play a whodunit game working out who spilt the Tubby Custard, made a mess with their Tubby Toast at the control panel and then fell asleep

2.55pm Tweenies Judy remembers a railway journey to the top of some cliffs, while Jake and Bella play boats

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

3.30pm Zingalong Children's fun

3.45pm Tikkabilla Simon, Sarah-Jane and Tamba find out how guitars are made, look at spotted animals and sing songs about colours

4.05pm Bring It On Mark Speight and Kirsten O'Brien visit Wisconsin, USA, where they have just five days to learn about the work of lumberjacks before putting on an impressive show

4.30pm Weakest Link Television's doctors and nurses battle it out in the quiz hosted by Anne Robinson, with Casualty's Will Mellor, Zita Sattar and Robert Gwylim pitted against Holby City's Jeremy Edwards, Jan Pearson, Tina Hobley and Anna Mountford, and Doctors' Christopher Timothy and Corinne Wicks

5.15pm Big Strong Boys in the Sun Craig Phillips and Stewart Castledine transform a traditional Canarian rural property in Tenerife into a stunning guest bedroom

5.45pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

6.30pm Diarmuid's Big Adventure Diarmuid Gavin has come up with a fantastically imaginative entry for the Chelsea Flower Show on paper, but it's going to cost a lot of money to realise his creation. So far he hasn't been able to raise a penny, and the deadline for entries is looming, leaving him wondering whether he will be able to blarney his way to some sponsorship and get the project back on track

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

8.00pm Going Ape BBC producer Alastair Fothergill and conservationist Saba Douglas-Hamilton go back to basics when they try to emulate apes by living with a group of chimpanzees in the remote Tai forest in West Africa. With no food, water or survival equipment, the pair are tested to the limit as they attempt to subsist in the unforgiving environment

9.00pm Top Gear Another helping of four-wheel features, with test-drives and reports on the latest models. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and Jason Dawe are joined by actor Sir Michael Gambon to discuss driver's cars

10.00pm Teen Species Documentary following the physiological and emotional development of teenagers as they leave childhood behind them and become young adults. The programme reveals how their changing bodies influence their behaviour during these turbulent years and attempts to understand why adolescent boys often find it so hard to be good

10.50pm Black Cab Short drama following conversations in the back of a taxi cab, featuring a hectic Christmas Eve shift when a driver gets more than he bargained for in the shape of two girls out for a good time. Starring Phillip Jackson

11.00pm Casualty Drama with the staff of Holby's accident and emergency department as they deal with more sick and injured patients

11.50pm Holby City Laura tries to make another go of things with Owen but finds it difficult to believe he's fully focused on his family, and the arrival of an old flame forces Liam to think seriously about his future at Holby — leading him to make a dramatic decision. At the hospital, a road accident victim's husband is angry to hear she's been taking antidepressants to help her cope with the rigours of motherhood and tension continues to grow between Alex and Ric

1.00am Learning Zone
Leonardo Alan Yentob concludes his series on Leonardo da Vinci by telling the story of how the Mona Lisa became the most famous painting in the world. Admired by six million tourists every year, surrounded by bodyguards and encased in a humidified, air-conditioned box protected by bullet-proof glass, the enigmatic masterpiece has been abducted, vandalised and exploited over the centuries. With the help of leading scholars and original research, the Mona Lisa's identity is finally revealed, as is the reason behind her inscrutable smile 2.00am Son of God The final days of Jesus' ministry 3.00am Civilisation The values which shaped western civilisation 4.00am The Road to Riches The economic conditions that led to World War One 4.45am Business Confessions With entrepreneur Paul Davidson 5.00am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.15am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.30am Spelling with the Spellits Understanding superlatives and suffixes. (Age 10-11)

Regards Satdude. :chh
 
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