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: Business Breakfast

With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Paul Burden.

: Breakfast News

With Andrew Harvey and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Andrew Harvey
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: Kilroy Studio debate, hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk.

Repeat Subtitled ............................

: What Now?

Real-life problems are tackled by two celebrity panels. Today'sguest include a cross-dresser and a man who cannot tolerate his neighbours.

: European Athletics

Live coverage from the opening day at the European championships in Budapest, beginning with action from the first round of the men's and women's 100m. British sprinters Darren Campbell, Marlon Devenish and Dwain Chambers begin their 100m campaign, all aiming to claim the title won by former Olympic champion Linford Christie on the last three occasions.
Also featuring at 10.30 men's 400m hurdles first round, and at 11.15 women's 400m hurdles first round.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Linford Christie and Roger Black.
Commentary by David Coleman, Stuart Storey, Paul Dickenson, Brendan Foster and Christina Boxer.

Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather


Unknown: Darren Campbell
Unknown: Marlon Devenish
Unknown: Linford Christie
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Linford Christie
Unknown: Roger Black.
Commentary: David Coleman
Commentary: Stuart Storey
Commentary: Paul Dickenson
Commentary: Brendan Foster
Commentary: Christina Boxer.
Producer: Sharon Lence
Producer: Martin Webster
Editor: Andrew Clement
Editor: Dave Gordon

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Easy Money

Celebrity panel game show with a financial theme

: A Word in Your Ear

Quiz showtesting communication skills.
With Gordon Burns. Repeat Subtitled.


Unknown: Gordon Burns.

: One o'Clock News

Weather Subtitled ...........................
1.30 Regional News; Weather

: Neighbours

Caitlin tells Anne that Billy is interested in her, and Madge's life is in danger.
Repeatedat5.35pm Subtitled ........

: Perry Mason

The Case of the Heartbroken Bride
Mason attends a high-profile celebrity wedding which is rudely interrupted by the groom's drunken uncle, who is laterfound murdered. Repeat

: Noddy

Animation. Repeat

: Playdays

The Playground Stop.

: Popeye

Muscle-bound mayhem with the cartoon sailor. Repeat

: Gadget Boy


: Round the Twist

Continuing the second series of the Australian comedy. Mr Gribble plans to build a casino on the site of a 1,000-year-old rainforest.
Repeat Subtitled ............................


Unknown: Mr Gribble

: Newsround

: Byker Grove

Part four of the 20-part ninth series of the children's drama.
Chergets a horrific surprise from Harry, while Ed goes competition mad. Karen stirs up the feud between Rob and Terry. Episode written by Brian BThompson. Continues tomorrow at 5.10pm, for cast see Thursday
Repeat Subtitled ............................


Written By: Brian Bthompson.

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.40pm

: Six o'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Weather
John Kettley


Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: John Kettley

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday Subtitled ....

: Holidays Out

Mary Nightingale introduces this week's programme from
Cambridge with ideas for days out and weekends away.
Sankha Guha goes on a budget weekend break in Nice,
Steve Yabsley relives childhood memories on atripto Butlin's in Skegness and Mark Porter learns to fly a helicopter. Plus the Buckley family test out
Chessington World of Adventures. Executive producer Jane Lush ; Series producer Anne Taylor * See Dr Mark Porter : page 32


Introduces: Mary Nightingale
Unknown: Sankha Guha
Unknown: Steve Yabsley
Unknown: Mark Porter
Producer: Jane Lush
Producer: Anne Taylor
Unknown: Dr Mark Porter

: EastEnders

Louise wants to settle old scores once and for all, while
Terry protects his new venture.
This week's episodes written by Joanne Maguire
WEB SITE: [web address removed]


Writer: Joanne Maguire
Producer: Lis Steele
Director: Philip Casson
Louise Raymond: Carol Harrison
Grant Mitchell: Ross Kemp
Terry Raymond: Gavin Richards
Irene Hills: Roberta Taylor
Susan Rose: Tilly Vosburgh
Matthew Rose: Joe Absolom
Mary Flaherty: Melanie Clark Pullen
Conor Flaherty: Sean Gleeson
Phil Mitchell: Steve McFadden
Peggy Mitchell: Barbara Windsor
Ruth Fowler: Caroline Paterson
Huw Edwards: Richard Elis
Lenny Wallace: Desune Coleman
Mick McFarlane: Sylvester Williams
Pat Evans: Pam St Clement
Roy Evans: Tony Caunter
Pauline Fowler: Wendy Richard
Jeff Healy: Leslie Schofield
Rosadi Marco: Louise Jameson
George Palmer: Paul Moriarty
Annie Palmer: Nadia Sawalha
Ricky Butcher: Sid Owen
Bianca Butcher: Patsy Palmer
Robbie Jackson: Dean Gaffney
Sarah Hills: Daniela Denby-Ashe
Tony Hills: Mark Homer
Teresa di Marco: Leila Birch
Beppe di Marco: Michael Greco
Gianni di Marco: Marc Bannerman

: Vets in Practice

Full Speed Ahead. Alison brushes up her surgical skills after a gun dog is run down by a car. Meanwhile Joe and Emma set off on their stag and hen weekends (their wedding will be shown next Tuesday).
Directors Paula Fasht and Isabel Pritchard
Series producer Julian Mercer


Directors: Paula Fasht
Directors: Isabel Pritchard
Producer: Julian Mercer

: Crime Beat

Crime prevention programme. Victims. Every year more than five million Britons are targeted by crime. Martyn Lewis looks at how support groups have helped victims of different crimes.
Director Madeleine Hall ; Series editor
Charles Thompson


Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Director: Madeleine Hall
Editor: Charles Thompson

: Nine o'Clock News

With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
John Kettley


Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: John Kettley

: Maisie Raine

Fourth of a six-part detective drama series, starring Pauline Quirke
An Ordinary Little Tragedy
Maisie decides to help friends whose 28-year-old daughter is missing, and is shocked by her findings. See today's choices.
Episode written by Gillian Richmond Producer Irving Teitelbaum ; Director
David Innes Edwards


Unknown: Pauline Quirke
Written By: Gillian Richmond
Producer: Irving Teitelbaum
Director: David Innes Edwards
DI Maisie Raine: Pauline Quirke
ChSupt Jack Freeman: Ian McElhinney
DCI Susan Askey: Anna Patrick
TI George Kyprianou: Steve John Shepherd
Kelvin Raine: Paul Reynolds
DC Stephen Holmes: Brian Bovell
DC Helen Tomlin: Rakie Ayola
DS Mickey Farrel: Richard Graham
Anna Lucantoni: Paola Dionisotti
Franco Lucantoni: John Grillo
Gabriella Lucantoni: Suzan Sylvester
Patsy: Cathy Murphy
Priest: Nadio Fortune
Desk Sgt Phillips: Mark Heal
Lady with dog: Gabrielle Blunt

: Inside Story Drug Raped

The sleeping pill
Rohypnol has become known as the date-rape drugin Britain and the USA.
Tonight reveals the effect the drug has on people's behaviour and interviews women who are tryingtoseekjustice after being drugged and then raped. See today's choices. Director Nicholas Claxton
Series editor Olivia Lichtenstein
* The deadliest drug of all: See This Week, page 8


Director: Nicholas Claxton
Editor: Olivia Lichtenstein

: Chicago Hope

The Ethics of Hope. Theblame for a patient's unexpected death causes accusations to fly.


Dr Kate Austin: Christine Lahti
Dr Billy Kronk: Peter Berg
Dr Diane Nyland: Thomas Gibson
Dr Diane Grad: Jayne Brook
Ricky Jackson: Tyrin Turner
Judge Harold Aldrich: Stephen Elliott
Dr Phillip Watters: Hector Elizondo
Dr Aaron Shutt: Adam Arkin

: A Child's Cry for Help

Medical thriller starring
Veronica Hamel
When eight-year-old
Eric Shaw is admitted to hospital with stomach pains, DrPaula Spencer is baffled that he recovers only to suffer relapses.
Director Sandor Stern (1994)
* See Films: pages 44-51
Followed by Weather


Unknown: Veronica Hamel
Unknown: Eric Shaw
Director: Sandor Stern
Dr Paula Spencer: Veronica Hamel
Monica Shaw: Pam Dawber
Dr Everett Morris: Daniel Benzali
Amanda Spencer: Lisa Jakub

: BBC News 24

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