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: Business Breakfast

With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Sara Coburn.

: Breakfast News

With Andrew Harvey and Liz MacKean.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Andrew Harvey
Unknown: Liz MacKean.

: Kilroy

Studio debate.

: Style Challenge

Makeover show. where the talents of six
British Hairdresser of the Year nominees are auctioned for Children in Need.

: City Hospital

More live medical dramas.

: Children in Need

Carol Smillie hosts ajunior Changing
Rooms challenge.


Unknown: Carol Smillie

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Real Rooms

A living room transformation......

: Can't Cook Won't Cook

Culinary-challenge show.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Pass the Buck

Quiz game with Fred Dinenage. ...


Unknown: Fred Dinenage.

: Going for a Song

Highlights from the antiques quiz.

: The Weather Show

Topical weather stories.
Repeated at 3.15pm

: One o'Clock News

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

: Neighbours

Ruth starts to make peace with Hannah, and Toadie gets a threatening phone call. Repeatedat5.35pm

: Children in Need -the Final Countdown

A nationwide look at preparationsforthis year's fund raiser that starts tonight at
7pmonBBCl. Subtitled ...........

: Ironside

A Killing Will Occur. A murder is planned in the interests of justice. Repeat

: The Weather Show

Shown at 12.50pm

: Playdays

A visit to the Poppy Stop.

: Bananaman

Animated superhero adventures. Repeat

: The All New Popeye Show

Nautical cartoon fun. Repeat

: Dear Mr Barker

The facts programme this week looks at Scottish tartan, and how bees make honey. With Dave Chapman ,
Paul Hendy and Julie Westwood. SEND YOUR QUESTIONS TO: Dear Mr Barker , PO Box 1545, London. W12 6DBor e-mail: dear.mr.barker@bbc.co.uk


Unknown: Dave Chapman
Unknown: Paul Hendy
Unknown: Julie Westwood.
Unknown: Mr Barker

: Ace Ventura -Pet Detective

Cartoon zoological zaniness.

: Linford's Record Breakers

This week a visit to San Diego' s festival of extreme sports. Presented by Linford Christie , with reports from Kate Sanderson and Jez Edwards. E-MAIL: record.breakers@bbc.co.uk


Presented By: Linford Christie
Unknown: Kate Sanderson

: Newsround

Subtitled ..........

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine with Stuart Miles, Katy Hill and Konnie Huq.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
Website: [address removed]


Presenter: Stuart Miles
Presenter: Katy Hill
Presenter: Konnie Huq

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.40pm Subtitled.................

: Six o'Clock News

With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather John Kettley Subtmed


Unknown: Anna Ford
Unknown: Jill Dando.
Unknown: John Kettley

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday

: Children in Need

Terry Wogan and Gaby Roslin , and their friend Pudsey, are back to host this year's fund-raising extravaganza packed with stars paying tribute to the public's efforts forthe BBC's own charity.
Last year, £20.9 million was raised, and throughout the evening there will be news of how the money has been used, plus details of how to support this year's appeal. Kicking off the show, the Spice Girls give the first live TV performance of their new song, Goodbye,
Jim Davidson launches an evening-long edition of Big Break, and Carol Smillie introduces a Changing Rooms special, with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Linda Barker (pictured above) aiming to transform a room in a day, with the result live, later tonight. Seetoday's choices. ♦ Why children are in need: p33
7.20-7.30 South East Diane-
Louise Jordan and Rob Curling introduce entertainment from the Lakeside shopping centre in Thurrock, featuring characters from BBC1's Lakesiders. Plus reports throughout the evening.
7.30 Hugh Scully hosts a live
Antiques Roadshow nationwide link, there's a musical duet from
Denise van Outen and Johnny Vaughan , ex-Coronation Street star Matthew Marsden also sings, and Culture Club perform theirclassic, Karma Chameleon.
8.00 DesLynam presents the Radio 2 appeal cheque, music from Boyzone, and Dale Winton hosts a soap quizwith teams from EastEnders and Emmerdale.
8.30 A look at rehearsals for
Ready Steady Cook's "full monty" latertonight, Airport's Jeremy Spake tries song-and-dance, music from B*Witched, plus the viewer whose pledge secures the first million, could join Terry and Gaby in the studio. Videoplus code for 7-9pm
9.00 Nine o'Clock News
With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weekend Weather John Kettley
9.30 Terry Wogan and Gaby Roslin return with more pleas for money and more entertainment, including the cast of Coronation Street performing a tribute to the days of disco, and the cast of Men Behaving Badly inaversion of the television quiz Bullseye, hosted by Jill Dando.
10.00 CroonerTony Bennett joins popsters All Saints fora performance of the Billie Holiday hit God Bless the Child, there's a ChangingRooms update, and more music, from EastEnders' star Martine McCutcheon.
10.30 The Changing Rooms team reveal their handiwork live to the home's owners, musicians and singers from 20 locations in the UK attempt the largest ever live rendition ofthe Sinatra classic My Way, plus music from M People and comedy from the cast of Red Dwarf.
11.00 West End star Ruthie
Henshall sings Diamonds Are Forever, and it could be Ready Steady Strip time as chefs
Ainsley Harriott , Tony Tobin ,
Antony Worrall Thompson , Brian Turner and James Martin get readyto do the "full monty", but only if enough cash is pledged.
11.40-12.00 South East Live update on the fund-raising in the region, from the Lakeside shopping centre in Thurrock.
12.00 As the early hours arrive, the cast of West Side Story perform classic songs from their London musical, there's a live
50th anniversary celebration of Come Dancing, teen singer
Billie sings herChristmas single, and comedian Peter Kaytakes a curious look at children's television. Plus more music, from the cast of the London stage production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. At around 1.45am there's the final roundup from the regions, and the grand total for the evening. Executive producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt Editor John Getgood Subtitled
Videoplus codes for:
9.30pm-1.55am .................
9.30-12.00 (notPDC) .............
12.00-1.55(not PDC).... CEEFAX: forfund-raising details see
Followed by Weather


Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Gaby Roslin
Unknown: Jim Davidson
Introduces: Carol Smillie
Unknown: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown: Linda Barker
Unknown: Louise Jordan
Unknown: Hugh Scully
Unknown: Johnny Vaughan
Unknown: Matthew Marsden
Unknown: Dale Winton
Unknown: Jeremy Spake
Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Gaby Roslin
Unknown: Jill Dando.
Unknown: Croonertony Bennett
Unknown: Martine McCutcheon.
Unknown: Ainsley Harriott
Unknown: Tony Tobin
Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson
Unknown: Brian Turner
Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Peter Kaytakes
Producer: Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Editor: John Getgood

: BBC News 24

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