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: Business Breakfast

With Sara Coburn and Adam Shaw.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Sara Coburn
Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: Breakfast News

With Justin Webb at the Conservative Party conference, and Andrew Harvey in the studio. Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Justin Webb
Unknown: Andrew Harvey

: Breakfast News Extra


: Style Challenge

Another makeover. (Stereo)

: Kilroy

Topical studio discussion. (Stereo)

: Can't Cook Won't Cook

Cookery challenge, with chef Kevin Woodford.


Presenter: Kevin Woodford

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Conservative Party Conference

Live coverage from Bournemouth including speeches by Defence Secretary Michael Portillo and Chancellor Kenneth Clarke.
Presented by Jon Sopel and Diana Madill.

Including at 12.00 News Regional News and Weather


Presenter: Jon Sopel
Presenter: Diana Madill
Speaker: Michael Portillo
Speaker: Kenneth Clarke

: One O'Clock News


: Neighbours

Details at 5.35pm (Stereo) (Subtitled)

: Call My Bluff

Panel game show. (Stereo)

: The Terrace

DIY and interior design series presented by Mike Reid, which today has luxurious ideas for the bathroom.


Presenter: Mike Reid

: Incognito

The general knowledge quiz introduced by Peter Smith.


Presenter: Peter Smith

: Little Bear

Animation. (Stereo)

: Children's BBC: Chipmunks Go to the Movies


: Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde

Fifth of the 15-part comedy-drama series. There's a spy from the authorities in the Rocket Academy. Who could it be - a teacher, or even one of the children?
Written by Jim Eldridge

(Stereo) (Subtitled)


Writer: Jim Eldridge
Julia Jekyll: Olivia Hallinan
Moira Jekyll: Victoria Williams
Jerry Jekyll: Bill Fellows
Memphis Rocket: Simon Green
Mrs Rocket: Ann Emery
Lester Blister: Dale Rapley
Mona Jitter: Susie Brann
Jason Jitter: John Elmes
Harriet Hyde: John Asquith
Edward Knickers: Guy Edwards
Nicola Blister: Tiffany Griffiths
Sharon Blister: Karen Salt

: Smart

Today, the art programme offers advice on depicting animals in the wild, lively ways to redesign your TV set, and making pictures at the stables. With Jay Burridge, Josie d'Arby and Mark Speight.

(Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2)


Presenter: Jay Burridge
Presenter: Josie d'Arby
Presenter: Mark Speight

: Newsround

: Byker Grove

Will this be the best day of Angel's life - and did Brigid really meet the boy of her dreams?
(For cast see Tuesday)

: Neighbours

George runs out of friends in Ramsay Street. Is Danni marrying for love? The Kennedy siblings find they won't be home alone after all.

(Shown at 1.40pm)
(For cast see Wednesday)

: Six O'Clock News

With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond.
Weather Peter Cockroft


Newsreader: Anna Ford
Newsreader: Jennie Bond
Weatherman: Peter Cockroft

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday

: Watchdog

The latest consumer news and investigations, presented by Anne Robinson, with reports by Alice Beer, Denise Mahoney, Johnathan Maitland and Andy Webb.
Watchdog Hotline: call free on [number removed]


Presenter: Anne Robinson
Reporter: Alice Beer
Reporter: Denise Mahoney
Reporter: Johnathan Maitland
Reporter: Andy Webb
Editor: Steve Anderson

: EastEnders

Kathy asks for Grant's help in her search for the truth. Cindy is under increasing pressure will David come to her rescue?

(For cast see Tuesday; Omnibus edition on Sunday)

: Animal Hospital

More tricky cases for David Grant and his team of vets at Harmsworth hospital.
Reporters Steve Knight and Shauna Lowry are on the emergency beat with the RSPCA's ambulance drivers and inspectors who are on 24-hour call. Presented by Rolf Harris.
See today's choices.

(Further Details: see Ceefax [page number removed])


Presenter: Rolf Harris
Reporter: Steve Knight
Reporter: Shauna Lowry
Producer: Helen Thomas
Series Producer: John Groom
Vet: David Grant

: The Hello Girls: The Occasion Cake

Drama series, set in 1959, charting the lives and loves of five switchboard operators on the Derby telephone exchange.
Starring Letitia Dean

A boxed cake is brought to the exchange by Miss Marriott and left in the supervisors' room. The girls try to find out who the cake is for, but disaster follows.


Writer: Ruth Carter
Producer: Laurence Bowen
Producer: Jacinta Peel
Director: Richard Laxton
Chris Cross: Letitia Dean
Sylvia Sands: Amy Marston
Dick Mandeville: Colin Wells
Ronni Ferrari: Helen Sheals
Pam Heath: Kate Lonergan
Val Pepper: Samantha Seager
Miss Marriott: Maggie McCarthy
Miss Armitage: Stephanie Turner
Jim: Paul Parris

: Party Political Broadcast

By the Labour Party.
Shown at 10.00pm on ITV and 10.25pm on BBC2

: News

With Michael Buerk. (Subtitled)
Regional News
Weather Peter Cockroft (Subtitled)


Newsreader: Michael Buerk
Weatherman: Peter Cockroft

: The X Files: The List

The sci-fi series starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson

As Napoleon "Neech" Manley faces execution after more than 11 years on Florida's death row, he vows to return from the dead and seek vengeance on his enemies. See today's choices. (Stereo)


Fox Mulder: David Duchovny
Dana Scully: Gillian Anderson
Roque: Bokeem Woodbine
Neech: Badja Djola
Speranza: John Toles-Bey
Parmelly: Ken Foree
Danielle: April Grace
Daniel Charez: Greg Rogers
Fornier: Mitchell Kosterman
Oates: Don MacCay
Ullrich: Paul Raskin
Keyguard: Denny Arnold
Chaplain: JP Finn
Warden: Jt Walsh

: They Think It's All Over

The comic sports quiz, hosted by Nick Hancock. With team captains David Gower and Gary Lineker. and their partners Lee Hurst and Rory McGrath. This week's guests include comedian Jo Brand.

(See today's choices)
(Repeated next Saturday)


Presenter: Nick Hancock
Team captain: David Gower
Team captain: Gary Lineker
Panellist: Lee Hurst
Panellist: Rory McGrath
Guest: Jo Brand
Producer: Jim Pullin
Producer: Harry Thompson
Executive Producer: Peter Fincham

: Question Time with David Dimbleby

Tonight's programme comes from Bournemouth, venue of the Conservative Party conference. The panel members are Health Secretary Stephen Dorrell, shadow Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, Liberal Democrat MP Emma Nicholson, and Ruth Lea, head of the Institute of Directors' Policy Unit.

Audience: to join Question Time for future programmes, phone [number removed]


Chairman: David Dimbleby
Panellist: Stephen Dorrell
Panellist: Robin Cook
Panellist: Emma Nicholson
Panellist: Ruth Lea
Director: Laurence Vulliamy
Series Editor: Christopher Capron

: Clive Anderson All Talk

Guests on Clive Anderson's chat show are Eddie Murphy and Ben Elton.
(Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm)


Presenter: Clive Anderson
Guest: Eddie Murphy
Guest: Ben Elton

: Which Way to the Front?

Comedy directed by and starring Jerry Lewis with Jan Murray

When a neurotic young millionaire is rejected from the services during the Second World War, he decides to form and train his own army to fight the Nazis.
(1970 U)
See Films: pages 57-64 *


Director: Jerry Lewis
Brendan Byers III: Jerry Lewis
Sid Hackle: Jan Murray
Finkel: John Wood
Peter Bland: Steve Franken
Lincoln: Willie Davis
Terry Love: Dack Rambo
Adolf Hitler: Sidney Miller

: Weather

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