With Paul Burden.
At 6.02 News; 6.12 Financial markets;
6.15,6.35 Business news; 6.27,6.57
Regional news; 6.30 Sport; 6.55 Weather. Editor Grant Clelland .....
With John Nicholson and Sophie Raworth , plus Steve Rider with news on the final day of the Commonwealth Games.
At 7.00,8.00 Main news, with summaries every half-hour; 7.25, 755 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32, Sport; 7.40 Business.
Steve Rider introduces action from the final day of events at Kuala Lumpur.
8.30Athletics A day of finals begins with the start of the men'sjavelin, women's triple jump, men's shot put, and women's 100m hurdles finals. Then at 9.00 women's 1500m. 9.30 women's
4xl00m relay, 10.00 men's 4xl00m relay, 10.20 men's 1500m, 10.40 women's4x400m relay, 11.00 men's
Including at 10.55 News Regional News and Weather
The culinary challenge show with Ainsley Harriott.
Ainsley Harriott hosts the new series Party of a Lifetime tomorrow at8. 30pm
♦ Win cutlery and tickets to the BBC Good Food Show: page
Lou's attempts at advertisingdon't impress Susan. The Coffee Shop protest is resolved.The conspiracy surrounding Lily's house intensifies.
Repeatedat5.35pm Subtitled ..........
Weather Subtitled .......................
Steve Rider introduces live coverage of the closing ceremony from Kuala Lumpur. The games will be declared closed by the Queen, who will be in attendance along with Malaysia's King Tuanku at the Bukit Jalil Main Stadium. The ceremony will include a cultural display and a concert, concluding with the athletes traditional farewell. Commentary by David Coleman.
The duo have fun on the beach. Repeat ...........
Wildlife series, with magician Dominic Wood.
Today: creatures who live happily in the cold, including polar bears, emperor penguins and a self-freezing bug.
Vinnie's Visit. Town and country habits clash when the chipmunks' mother visits. Repeat Subtitled ...........................
Horror drama series.
The Blob That Ate Everyone. Zack's writing ambitions take a sinisterturn when he finds an old typewriter. Subtitled.
Today's programme includes a look at the historical figure Joan of Arc.
With Richard Bacon, Katy Hill, Konnie Huq and Stuart Miles.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2
Shown at 11.55am Subtitled .....
With Martyn Lewis , Moira Stuart. Weather Rob McElwee
Comprehensive regional news, weather and sports reports, with Mike Embley , Gwenan Edwards. Editor Jane Mote
Michael Aspel lies in wait with the red book, readyto spring a surprise on anotherguest.
Producer Sue Green; Series producer
The live current-affairs show, with presenter Juliet Morris. Chris Choi investigates the companies that make a profit from unemployed people by advertising the chance to earn money from home in exchange for enrolment fees. Even scientist
Trevor Bayliss and Changing Rooms designer Anna Ryder
Richardson had work rejected and payments withheld by these firms.
DeniseMahoney reports from
East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, on residents who have been exposed to asbestos in theirflats. Series producer Colin Savage ; Editor
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A story about Sanjay and Gita appears in a tabloid newspaper. Mick throws a party to welcome Josie to Albert Square. Pat rows with Bianca over her pregnancy. For cast see Tuesday Subtitled Soaps with Alison Graham : p12
Continuing the documentary series that follows the medical staff and patients of Birmingham children's hospital.
A profoundly deaf ten-year-old who relies on lip-reading is assessed to discoverwhether she is suitable to receive an implant which could introduce her to a new world of sound.
A nine-year-old boy has damaged his leg in an accident, but may have a more complex injury than was first believed, while a 12-year-old girl must have steroid injections to treat a flare-up in her arthritis, despite the riskto her heart.
Producer Charlotte Moore : Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
The second update
' on the neighbourhood disputes featured in the documentary Neighbours at
War, shown earherthis year. Including march on Downing Street in protest at the use of monster conifer hedges by inconsiderate neighbours. See today's choices.
Director Rod Williams ; Executive producer Christopher Martin
In Britain there is a growing army of willing workaholics choosing to sacrifice time spent with family and friends for extra time at the office. But is the familiar image of stressed employees, forced to work long hours to safeguard theirjobs, just a myth? Reporter Sarah Powell meets workaholics and asks whether long hours spent at the office are really as damaging as they seem. Producer Jonathan Brunert : Editor
Peter Horrocks NOTE: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change
Zizi Je T'Aime
The documentary series continues with this profile ofthe hugely successful and enduring partnership between renowned French choreographer
Roland Petit and his wife Zizi Jeanmaire , the legendary singer and dancer. See today's choices.
Producer Mischa Scorer; Series editor
RighttoLife. Hancock comes under attackwhen he performs an emergency abortion to save a woman's life.
Dr Dennis Hancock:
Dr Phillip Watters:
Dr Billy Kronk:
Dr Daniel Nyland:
Dr Diane Grad:
Ms La Femme:
Dr Kate Austin:
The US fantasy-comedy series.
One Size Fits All. The boys share a body suit which turns them into musclemen.
Horror anthology starring Vincent Price
When a vampire, Erasmus, meets famed chillerwnter
RChetwynd-Hayes, he takes the authorto a popular nightspot for ghoulish revellers where three terrifying tales are recounted. Director Roy Ward Baker
(1980,15) + See Films: pages 50-58 ***
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