Michael Peschardt 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
Teenage drama. G Force get the chance to test a new computer game. Lisa HANNAH NICOL , Nina CARMEN PIERACCINI , Fitzy JOHN WARK , Sean JAMES WEIR , Gill JUDITH WILLIAMS, Mr Bullivant PAUL BROPHY
Written by Mike James
Featuring a nine-year-old who saved her brother from drowning. With Toby Anstis and Diane Louise Jordan. Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
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Followed by Rewind 1942: All Because We're Jews. Rachael Holoway reads part of the famous wartime diary of 13-year-old German Jew Anne Frank.
Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2
A roundup of regional news, weather and sport, presented this week by Gwenan Edwards , Mike Embley and Charley Figgis. Editor Jane Mote Subtitled .....46
Followed by Weather Helen Young
The series that looks at holiday ideas for the summer months.
Carol Smillie continues her tour of Cap Ferrat in the south of France; Dougie Vipond is in Africa to sample the year-round sunshine of the Gambia;
Rowland Rivron and family enjoy a weekend at an indoor holiday complex in Longleat, Wiltshire; and Claudia Winkleman takes a self-catering holiday in Spain. Series producer Karen Brown Editor Jannine Waddell
Digital widescreen Subtitled .....
The Jacksons try to come to terms with the truth. Will Alex's attempts to help Courtney be the cause of disaster for the Mitchell household?
Episode written by Len Collin
For cast see Monday Subtitled
Website: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders 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, Â£4.99
Continuing the series in which animal behaviourists help people with their problem pets. Tonight's troublesome animal companions are a rottweiler that has become a TV addict, a pilfering ferret, an aggressive parrot and two bored meerkats. Presented by Philippa Forrester and vet Mark Evans.
Series producer Cassie Farrell ; Executive producer Mark Hill CONTACT DETAILS: write to: [address removed], or call
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Another chance to see Gaby Roslin 's insider look at what happens off-screen on the interior-design challenge series Changing Rooms, in which neighbours have two days and a budget of L500 to restyle each other's rooms. She unearths some of the secrets of the show, such as whether
Carol Smillie gets her hands dirty, and takes star designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen to face a couple who are dissatisfied with the results of his work.
Director/Producer Pauline Doidge
Last in the documentary series on the environmental health officers of London's Haringey council.
The mortuary staff deal with the tragedy of an abandoned baby whose body lay undiscovered for 25 years, and food inspectors Lorraine Powley and Bosola
Joseph make a nasty discovery in the storeroom of a shop. Series producer Julian Mercer Executive producer Tessa Finch
Tonight, on the programme that reconstructs dramatic rescues, how a woman survived falling
800ft down a Scottish mountain, and the story of a 13-year-old boy whose head was impaled on a bicycle fork. Plus stuntman Marc Cass finds out what it's like to get caught in a flash flood. With Michael Buerk.
Series producer Stephen Rankin
Digital widescreen * Marc Cass : People, page 14
Last in the series of variety shows hosted by comedy duo Gareth Hale and Norman Pace.
Tonight they welcome
Leslie Ash and Phillip Schofield , plus sporting guests Annabel Croft , John Inverdale and John Motson.
Director Peter Orton
Producer Candida Julian-Jones
Drama based on true events, starring
Mel Mermelstein is living the American Dream, but he is also keeping a promise he made to his father, to tell the truth about Nazi treatment of the Jews.
Director Joseph Sargent (1991)
* See Films: pp 54-59 ***
Followed by Weather
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