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: Business Breakfast

With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Sara Coburn.

: Breakfast News

With Jon Sopei and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Jon Sopei
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: All over the Shop

Consumer comedy panel game.

: Kilroy

Topical debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .


Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: The General

Another visitto Southampton general hospital, with Chris Serle , Yvette Fielding and Heather Mills


Unknown: Chris Serle
Unknown: Yvette Fielding
Unknown: Heather Mills

: Royal Ascot: First Show

Clare Balding, Jim McGrath and Willie Carson look ahead to the second day of racing. More from Ascot at 1.40pm..


Unknown: Jim McGrath
Unknown: Willie Carson

: News

Regional News and Weather

: The Really Useful Show

Today's show, live from Doncaster, features advice on women's health.
Guests include Anita Harris and the Doncaster Rovers women's football team.
WRITE TO: The Really Useful Show. PO Box 5620.
Birmingham B5 7RE. or phone free on [number removed] for information see Ceefax: page WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/useful


Unknown: Anita Harris

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Wipeout

Bob Monkhouse with another edition of the elimination quiz.


Presenter: Bob Monkhouse

: Neighbours

Does Josh regard Caitlin as just a holiday romance? Toadie's attempt to get close to Shannon prompts the wrong reaction. Repeated at 5.35pm on BBC2

: Turning Points

Another celebrity recalls a milestone in theirlife. Repeat

: One o'Clock News

Weather Subtitled ...........................

: Royal Ascot

Featuring the 2.30, 3.05, and at 3.45 the Coronation Stakes, in which the Aga Khan's Zalaiyka, winner of the French 1,000 Guineas, is much-fancied.
Introduced by Clare Baldingand Willie Carson, with commentary and analysis from Jim McGrath , Graham Rock , Jimmy Lindley and Jonathan Powell , and fashion views from Lynda Berry and Jeff Banks.
The4.20 race is on BBC2.........


Introduced By: Clare Baldingand Willie
Unknown: Jim McGrath
Unknown: Graham Rock
Unknown: Jimmy Lindley
Unknown: Jonathan Powell
Unknown: Lynda Berry
Unknown: Jeff Banks.

: World Cup 98 Live

Chile v Austria
Live coverage from the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in St Etienne of this Group B match (kick off 4.30pm).
Chile served notice of their ability with a 2-0 win against England at Wembley in February. Both Chile's goals that night were scored by Marcelo Salas , who joins Lazio of Italy next season. Salas and Ivan Zamorano scored 22 goals between them during Chile's qualifying campaign, and together they form a formidable striking partnership. The Austrian team has few stars, although several of the squad ply their trade in German football, including playmaker Andreas Herzog. Introduced by Gary Lineker, with Mark Lawrenson and Jimmy Hill, commentary by Jon Champion and Trevor Brooking. Match of the Day is at 11.10pm.


Presenter: Gary Lineker
Presenter: Mark Lawrenson
Presenter: Jimmy Hill
Commentary By: Jon Champion
Commentary By: Trevor Brooking

: News

With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather David Braine


Unknown: Anna Ford
Unknown: Andrew Harvey.
Unknown: David Braine

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday Subtitled ..

: Auntie's Big Bloomers

Terry Wogan presents more gaffes from the BBC TV archives, including clips from Absolutely Fabulous, One Foot in the Grave and Pride and Prejudice. Producer Tom Webber
Repeat Subtitled ..................


Unknown: Terry Wogan

: EastEnders

Robbie fails to get a promotion at the video shop because of Barry's scheming. Terry is under fire from the women in his life, both past and present, while Mick pursues his plan to transform the night cafe.
For cast see Monday Omnibus edition on Sunday
The experts' view: Review, page ?

: National Lottery Draw

The guest on tonight's midweek draw is actor Matthew Marsden , best known as Coronation
Street mechanic Chris Collins , who will be performing his new single The Heart's Lone Desire. Presented by Carol Smillie. Producer Simon London; Executive producer Peter Estall


Unknown: Matthew Marsden
Unknown: Chris Collins
Presented By: Carol Smillie.
Producer: Peter Estall

: Children's Hospital

The last in the series from Liverpool's Alder
Hey children's hospital focuses on a busy Friday night in casualty. Ten-year-old Christopher has accidentally stabbed himself in the leg with a kitchen knife, and two 13-year-old boys are the worse for wear after drinking. Meanwhile football pundit Alan Hansen helps a fundraising campaign. Filming is currently underway for a new series, set in a different hospital. See today's choices. Producer Nick Murphy ; Series producer
Michael Houldey


Unknown: Alan Hansen
Producer: Nick Murphy
Producer: Michael Houldey

: Nine o'Clock News

With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
David Braine
Then National Lottery Update


Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: David Braine

: Out of Hours

Fifth in a six-part drama about doctors who stand in for GPs.
Starring John McArdle
Lindsey Coulson , Dominic West Daniel treats a young Bosnian refugee and has to give her bad news. Paul goes on a call to a rough housing estate and returns covered in blood - only to come home to a fight with girlfriend Louise. See today's choices.
Episode written by Matthew Hall ; Producers Simon Passmore , Eileen Quinn ; Director
Robin Sheppard


Writer: Matthew Hall
Producers: Simon Passmore
Producers: Eileen Quinn
Director: Robin Sheppard
Dr Daniel Laing: John McArdle
Dr Cathy Harding: Lindsey Coulson
Dr Paul Featherstone: Dominic West
Carol-Anne Kumar: Linda Bassett
Martin Styles: Toby Jones
Janine Noonan: Sally Rogers
Debra Kumar: Nisha Knayar
RozVasey: Gabrielle Reidy
Alan Dace: Matthew Scurreld
Louise Tiffany: Inday Ba
Dave Metcalfe: Perry Fenwick
Wellby: Charles Dale
Gary: Julian Rivett
Gallia: Galithers Hkovitz
Misha: Goran Kostic
MargaretHinchley: Daphne Oxenford
Jim: Richard Albrecht
PC Palmer: David Lloyd

: The Human Body: Brainpower

A series in which Professor Robert Winston examines how the body has evolved.

This week's programme concentrates on the human brain, the most complex object in the known universe.
See today's choices.


Presenter: Professor Robert Winston
Producer: Andrew Thompson
Series Producer: Richard Dale

: World Cup 98 Match of the Day

Highlights of Italy's second game in Group B, against Cameroon, played earlier this evening in Montpellier. Plus brief highlights of this afternoon's Group B game between Chile and Austria.
Introduced by Gary Lineker with Mark Lawrenson, Jimmy Hill and Martin O'Neill. Commentary by Tony Gubba, with Chris Waddle.


Presenter: Gary Lineker
Analysis: Mark Lawrenson
Analysis: Jimmy Hill
Analysis: Martin O'Neill
Commentary: Tony Gubba
Commentary: Chris Waddle

: Royal Ascot Highlights

Richard Pitman introduces highlights of the second day's racing...............................


Introduces: Richard Pitman

: Blind Spot

Drama starring
Joanne Woodward
Laura Linney
Tough politician Nell Harrington is so focused on the big issues, she hasn't noticed her daughter's dependence on cocaine.
Director Michael Toshiyuki Uno (1993)
♦ See Films: pages 62-69
Followed by Weather


Unknown: Joanne Woodward
Unknown: Laura Linney
Unknown: Nell Harrington
Director: Michael Toshiyuki Uno
Nell Harrington: Joanne Woodward
Phoebe: Laura Linney
Charlie: Reed Diamond
Simon: Fritz Weaver
Lucinda: Patti D'Arbanville

: BBC News 24

BBC 1 joins the news station.

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