With Anna Jones.
At 6.00 News; 6.10 Business news; 6.15 Sharewatch - share price movements;
6.27,6.57 Regional news; 6.30 Sport;
6.35 Consumer, workplace and personal finance issues; 6.55 Weather.
Editor Grant Clelland
With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth. At 7.00, 8.00 Main news, with summaries every half-hour; 7.27,7.57,8.27,8.57 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,
8.32 Sport; 7.40 Business.
Editor Andrew Thompson
Gaby Roslin is joined by Patsy Palmer, Barbara Windsor, June Brown, Martin Kemp and Joe Absolom for a morning of programmes live from the set of Albert Square, including a chance to win backstage passes and meet the cast.
A debate on obsessive love following last night's EastEnders.
9.45 A Morning with EastEnders
A live phone-in to the cast members.
9.50 Potted Reels
Patsy Palmer looks at highIights from the series.
10.00 The Vanessa Show
A debate on life after soap with ex-soap stars......
10.55 News, Regional News and Weather
11.00 EastEnders Pub Quiz
Cast members and fans test their knowledge.
11.10 Celebrity Ready, Steady Cook
Todd Carty and Wendy Richard challenge the chefs. With Fern Britton. Repeat.
11.40 A Morning with EastEnders
More phone calls, the competition winner and an EastEnders preview.
Videoplus code for 9.00-11.55 (not PDC) .....................................
The consumer health magazine, presented by Alice Beer , with Dr Mark Porter. Tonight's edition has a report on the latest cure for snoring, and an investigation into the hidden perils of having high blood pressure.
Series producer Sarah-Jane Cohen ; Editor Owen Gay Digital widescreen # Dr Mark Porter : page 42
Matthew becomes embroiled in a grisly plot to hide the truth.
Terry is less than pleased with Robbie's s excesses and Sarah refuses to face up to Irene. Director Jamie Annett For cast see Tuesday Subtitled Website [address removed]
BBC video and book: The Mitchells: Naked Truths video, price Â£13.99; Blood Ties: the Life and Loves of Grant Mitchell by Kate Lock, available in paperback, price Â£4.99
Concluding Andrew Marshall 's comedy about father-son relationships. Starring
George Cole , Kevin McNally Julia Hills , Toby Ross Bryant DadCalm. ThedayofBrian's heart bypass has arrived and Alan and Vincent reflect on how life would be if the worst happened.
Written by Andrew Marshall
Directors Juliet May and Nick Wood Producer Marcus Mortimer
Documentary series following a group of would-be RSPCA inspectors. Having survived two months of intensive legal and practical instruction, the trainees are posted to different parts of the country. Tony relishes gaining a foothold in Swansea, Garry thrives on the Liverpool estates, but Dave is finding it hard in Manchester. See today's choices. Series producer Ian Stuttard
Executive producer Olivia Lichtenstein
The People's Party
Prime Minister Tony Blair says he is not a control freak and that he leads the "People's Party". But some politicians who are still popular with the people have discovered that they are not being given the chance to represent them in Parliament. John Ware reports and asks whether Labour is posing dangers to democracy through its deselection of such MPs.
Producer Tom Giles ; Editor Peter Horrocks
NOTE: as Panorama istopical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject mattermay change
Eighteen-year-old Michelle Winston has the perfectjob, babysittingfor Bill and Sally Bartrand - until the day she finds Sally's body sprawled on the kitchen floor, the victim of an apparent suicide. However, all is not as it seems. As the police investigation gets under way, Michelle finds herself the prime suspect in a carefully planned murder.
Director David Burton Morris (1996)
* See Rims: pages 52-58 ***
Detective Kate Jacobs:
Thriller. Laura Simmons , a criminal lawyer, faces her toughest case when her unfaithful husband is accused of murdering his mistress.
Director Joel Oliansky (1990)
♦ See Films: pages 52-58 **
Followed by Weather
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