Continuing the comedy drama. Mr Bullivant tries in vain to operate a busytelephone line.
Lisa HANNAH NICOL. Nina CARMEN PIERACCINI , Fitzy JOHN WARK. Sean JAMES WEIR , Gill JUDITH WILLIAMS, Nick JAMES YOUNG. Mr Bullivant PAUL BROPHY, Ali BILL DENNISTON
Written by Mike James
Today's programme features the 15-year-old Britishjunior in-line skating champion.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
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Followed by Rewind 1940: Evacuee Grace McNamara tells the story of a seven-year-old who was evacuated during the Second World War.
Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2
r Return of the series
' looking at holiday ideas for the summer months.
Carol Smillie visits Cap Ferrat in southern France,
Jeremy Spake explores Lanzarote, Kate Humble samples the surf in Hawaii, and Sankha Guha and his son take a holiday in Devon. See today's choices. Series producer Karen Brown Editor Jannine Waddell
Teresa makes a decision about Matthew, and Peggy chooses to face a difficult day alone.
This week's episodes written by Annie Wood
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First of an eight-part series in which animal behaviourists help people with their problem pets.
Tonight's unruly animals include an iguana and a Persian cat.
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Continuing the series about life at Birmingham children's hospital. Surgeon David Proops operates on a three-year-old girl with a rare throat disorder, and colleague Sean Corkery gets a surprise while attending to a 13-year-old boy who complains of intense stomach pain.
Casualty nurse Stuart Mason finds that the case of a five-year-old girl brought in with a cut on her head has potentially serious complications.
Producer Sally Weale ; Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
Fly-on-the-wall documentary following the environmental health officers of London's
The mortuary staff deal with the tragedy of an abandoned baby whose body lay undiscovered for 25 years, and food inspector Lorraine Powley makes a nasty discovery in the storeroom of a corner shop. MrTrebus continues his long-running battle with the council. Narrated by John Peel.
Series producer Julian Mercer Executive producer Tessa Finch
Tonight, on the programme that reconstructs dramatic rescues, how the life of a 14-year-old boy was saved by a quick-thinking 999 operator, and the amazing story of a lorry driver who became impaled on a metal spike at a Kent building site. Plus a demonstration of the dangers of chip-pan fires.
Presented by Michael Buerk. Series producer Stephen Rankin
Ahead of next Saturday's Eurovision Song Contest, another chance to see this backstage view of last year's event in Birmingham. Right Said Fred singer Richard Fairbrass reveals the tensions facing both contestants and organisers alike, and meets the eventual winner, Israeli transsexual Dana International.
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