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: Business Breakfast

With Sara Coburn in the studio and Paul Burden
attheTUC Congress in Brighton.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Sara Coburn
Unknown: Paul Burden

: Breakfast News

With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Justin Webb
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: Can't Cook Won't Cook

Cookery challenge show hosted by Richard Cawley.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Cawley.

: Style Challenge

The makeoverteam work on a husband and wife priorto their celebration tea at
London's Ritz hotel. Stereo ........

: Kilroy

Studio debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: Change That

Mark Curry is in Maidstone to host the design roadshow. Stereo ...........

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Curry

: News

Subtitled
Regional News and Weather

: The Really Useful Show

Consumer Show. Stereo

: Room for Improvement

Creating a mosaic table from floor tiles and tips on building your own home.

: News

Subtitled
Regional News and Weather

: Call My Bluff

Word game, with captains Alan Coren and SandiToksvig.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Coren

: Going for a Song

Antiques panel game, with guest expert
AdamSchoon.

: One o'Clock News

Weather Subtitled ....

: The Weather Show

Topical weather stories.

: Neighbours

Toadie's apologies fail to work on Jo.
Libby, Sarah and Lisa enjoy a girls' night out. Billy takes a stand with his family.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo

: Quincy

The Golden Hour. The pathologist comes down hard on a hospital's inefficiency after a young car crash victim dies needlessly. First shown on ITV

: Through the Keyhole

Celebrity lifestyle show with David Frost and Loyd Grossman. Stereo........

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Unknown: Loyd Grossman.

: Playdays

Why Bird goes shopping,
Peggy sets sail and Poppy tries some baking. Repeat

: Chucklevision

The Chuckle
Brothers become air stewards.
Repeat Stereo...............................

: Get Your Own Back

Dave Benson Phillips returns with the game show pitting children against adults in a series of challenges - and where a plunge into the gunge tank awaits the losers. Stereo Subtitled ..............

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Benson Phillips

: The Prince of Atlantis

Animation.
Akata unwittingly brings a deadly stone statuetolife. Stereo

: Newsround

: Blue Peter

Stuart Miles and Katy Hill report from the Badlands of Alberta in Canada - one of the best-preserved dinosaur graveyards in the world.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55 on BBC2

Contributors

Presenter: Stuart Miles
Presenter: Katy Hill

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm Stereo

: Six o'Clock News

With Anna Ford and Jon Sopel.
Weather Michael Fish subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Ford
Unknown: Jon Sopel.
Unknown: Michael Fish

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday

: Animal People

The Story of Little Uon
The first of six new programmes from the BBC Natural History Unit exploring the close bond between humans and animals.
The adoption of an African lion cub by Gillian Van Houten and her partner marks the start of an exciting and poignant adventure. See today's choices.
Producer John Varty : Series producer
Michael Gunton
* See This Week: page 7

Contributors

Unknown: Gillian van Houten
Producer: John Varty
Producer: Michael Gunton

: Tomorrow's World

In tonight's edition of the science series, new reporter Anya Sitaram investigates the "morning after" pillforHIV.
Already in use in the USA, this cocktail of drugs can eradicate the Aids virus if taken straight after infection. And Craig Doyle flies towards a mountain to test a new aircraft collision avoidance device. Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa
Forrester, with Jez Nelson.
Producer Alison Rooper ; Editor Saul Nasse
FURTHER DETAILS: Ceefax p623, the TW Information Line on (0181) [number removed], or WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/tw

Contributors

Reporter: Anya Sitaram
Reporter: Craig Doyle
Presented By: Peter Snow
Unknown: Jez Nelson.
Producer: Alison Rooper
Editor: Saul Nasse

: Children's Hospital

The second of six documentaries featuring Liverpool's Alder Hey Hospital. Nine-year-old spina bifida sufferer Jason is rushed into casualty for emergency surgery. Staff must decide how to treat 21-month-old Darryl, who has a growth on his lip. And consultant Paul Losty checks up on Toni, the baby born with a hole in her diaphragm.
Producer Michael Samuels ; Series producer Michael Houldey Stereo Subtitled

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Losty
Producer: Michael Samuels
Producer: Michael Houldey Stereo

: National Lottery Live

Carol Smillie hosts the midweek draw, with musicfrom pop singer Roachford. Plus Carol Vorderman discovers how lottery funds are benefiting people in Brighton.

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Smillie
Unknown: Carol Vorderman

: Points of View

Anne Robinson with comments on BBC television programmes. Writeto Points of View, BBC TV, London W12 7TS, or phone/fax on [number removed]. The e-mail address is: pov@bbc.co.uk Series producer Annie Lewis Marffy

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson
Producer: Annie Lewis Marffy

: Nine o'Clock News

With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
Michael Fish
Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk.

: The X Files

Concludinga two-part story.
Herrenvolk. With the alien bounty hunter continuing his pursuit, Mulder and Jeremiah Smith travel to a remote farm where Mulderdiscovers new evidence regardinghis sister's fate. See today's choices.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremiah Smith
Fox Mulder: David Duchovny
Dana Scully: Gillian Anderson
Skinner: Mitch Pileggi
Cigarette man: William B Davis
Jeremiah Smith: Roy Thinnes
Bounty hunter: Brian Thompson
X: Steven Williams
Grey haired man: Morris Panych

: Panorama Special

David Dimbleby presents a special live edition of Panorama from
Edinburgh on the eve of the historic voting which could give Scotland its own Parliament and, next week, Walesits own Assembly. Politicians debate the issues involved with business leaders, public figures and a studio audience.
See today's choices.
Producer Simon Ford ; Editor Steve Hewlett

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby
Producer: Simon Ford
Editor: Steve Hewlett

: Splitting Heirs

Comedy starring Eric Idle
Rick Moranis
Barbara Hershey
Lowly stockbroker Tommy is in fora shock when he is befriended by the brash, American-educated son of the Duke of Bournemouth.
Forthe rightful heirtothe Duke's title turns out to be Tommy.
Director Robert Young (1993, 15)
* See Films: pages 48-53 **

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Idle
Unknown: Rick Moranis
Unknown: Barbara Hershey
Director: Robert Young
Tommy: Eric Idle
Henry: Rick Moranis
Duchess Lucinda: Barbara Hershey
Kitty: Catherine Zetajones
Shadgrind: John Cleese
Angela: Sadie Frost
Butler: Stratford Johns
Mrs Bullock: Brenda Bruce
Andrews: William Franklyn

: Hostile Witness

Courtroom drama starri ng Ray Milland
When his daughter is killed by a hit-and-run driver, barrister Simon Crawford swears vengeance on the man responsible. Instead, he finds himself in the dock, accused of murder.
Director Ray Milland (1968) + See Films: pages 48-53 **

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Milland
Unknown: Simon Crawford
Director: Ray Milland

: Weather









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