With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
6.00,6.15,6.30,6.45 News; 6.25
Sport; 6.27,6.58 Regional news; 6.15
Financial papers; 6.55 Weather
With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson.
7.00, 8.00 main news, with summaries every 15 minutes; 7.12, 7.40, 8.12, 8.40 Business; 7.25, 7.55, 8.25, 8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,8.32 Sport.
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9.20 Can't Cook Won't Cook
Chef Ainsley Harriott challenges two more reluctant cooks. Stereo
9.45 Kilroy Daily debate. Stereo
10.30 Good Morning, with Anne and Nick. Dr Mark Porter's medical advice,
Will Hanrahan with consumer issues, Paul Ross's discovery of the Real America, and Go for It! with Lionel Blair.
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12.00 News; Regional News; Weather
12.05pm New series Room for Improvement. Practical tips on basic DIY, and glimpses of celebrity homes.
Introduced by Denise Waterman and Sean Rafferty.
12.35 New series Going for Gold The return of the general knowledge quiz.
With Henry Kelly.
(Details at 5.35pm)
Country singing evangelist Tommy Brown may seem pure, but behind his smile lies a corrupt spirit that does not draw the line at murder. Columbo is on hand to dispense retribution.
Why Bird and Royce visit a science museum.
Simon has a new job, as the odd job man at a theme park.
The gang retell Sleeping Beauty.
First in a 21-part American comedy, based on books by Judy Blume.
Fudge's behaviour complicates his elder brother's life.
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The return of the series of tall tales and outrageous facts.
Today's stories include the Japanese chefs who married their vegetables - but is that false or true?
With Tim Vincent, Stuart Miles, Katy Hill and Romana D'Annunzio.
(Repeated tomorrow 8.40 am on BBC2)
Brett's blind date is a living hell. Mal and Danni's argument goes public.
(Shown at 1.40pm)
(For cast see Wednesday)
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather David Lee
Sally Taylor and Harry Gration present the latest news for the south of England. Plus, special features.
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Tim Ewart and Gwenan Edwards with news from the south east, plus sports reports from Jonathan Wills.
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The return of the entertainment panel show. Tonight, comedian Lee Hurst and starof Married for Life Susan Kyd compete against Les Dennis - host of Family Fortunes - and supercook
Ainsley Harriott. Hosted by Mike Smith. Director John Rooney ; Producer Graham BOwens
Johnathan Maitland turns the spotlight on the best of the year's motor stories. Including a return to the subject of bull bars, a fashion accessory for cars which pose a danger to pedestrians.
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David wakes up to his past. Ricky is back with news about Frank, and the market traders face more foul play.
(For cast see Tuesday)
A series which reveals the truth about combatting crime in the UK.
Street robbery is the crime Britons fear most. Even though it is relatively rare, muggings and muggers hit the headlines. Crime Beat reveals how surveillance cameras are being used to reduce street crime and how new techniques are helping to identify villains from closed-circuit television pictures. Presented by Martyn Lewis.
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather David Lee
Last year nearly 200 people were publicly beheaded in Saudi Arabia, yet the British Government does not criticise its closest Middle East ally. As the Home Office reconsiders its decision over the deportation of Saudi dissident Dr Mohammed Al Masari, John Ware reports on Britain's relationship with the regime.
Note: because Panorama is likely to react to the news, the above programme is liable to change.
Comedy starring Eric Idle, Rick Moranis
A lowly stockbroker, Tommy, is befriended by the son of the Duke of Bournemouth, Henry. But Henry is actually deceiving everyone, as the rightful heir to the Dukedom is Tommy.
See Films: pages 49-58 **
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Films under review include Woody Allen 's film Mighty Aphrodite which also stars Helena Bonham Carter; Broken Arrow, starring John Travolta and Christian Slater as pilots who become rivals when a nuclear weapon is stolen and Sgt Bilko, with Steve Martin. Plus, a report from Kirsty Young on the set of True Blue based on the 1987 Oxford-Cambridge boat race scandal, when the Oxford crew mutinied after an oarsman was sacked.
See Barry Norman: page 46
In the second of the Holy Week series, Rob Duncan visits the china clay quarries in Cornwall to reflect on the betrayal of Jesus by Judas, and talks to Jo New about the painful betrayal she went through.
(Tomorrow On Trial at 11.00pm)
Continuing the season of late night crime dramas.
1932: young John Dillinger and his girlfriend Elaine decide to rob her father's business. But this crime is only the beginning of Dillinger's long career.
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