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: Business Breakfast

With Tanya Beckett.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Tanya Beckett.

: Breakfast News

With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday


Unknown: John Nicolson
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: Kilroy

Weekday studio debate.

: The Vanessa Show

Lively daily chat show.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Cricket World Cup

Live coverage from Lord's of the Super
Six match between the team that finished second in Group B in the first leg of the competition and the side that came third in Group A.
The teams have carried through points gained in the first round against the other sides in the Super Sixes, but victories in this stage are crucial if a country is to finish in the top four and so proceed to next week's semi-finals. Introduced by Jonathan Agnew , with commentary from Richie Benaud , Jeff Thomson ,
Viv Richards , Imran Khan and Colin Croft. Producer Paul Davies
Executive producer Alan Griffiths


Introduced By: Jonathan Agnew
Unknown: Richie Benaud
Unknown: Jeff Thomson
Unknown: Viv Richards
Unknown: Imran Khan
Unknown: Colin Croft.
Producer: Paul Davies
Producer: Alan Griffiths

: BBC News


: Neighbours

Bess says a tearful goodbye to Sarah. Tad and Paul's scheming impresses
Toadie. Drew hands Lou his resignation.
Repeated at 5.35pm

: Cricket World Cup and Tennis

Cricket Work) Cup Further live coverage from Lord's of today's Super Six matches.
Tennis Continuing this week's live coverage from Queen's Club in London. With Wimbledon less than a fortnight away, these championships are seen as an important form guide, with former winners John McEnroe , Jimmy Connors , Boris Becker , Stefan Edberg and Pete Sampras all having gone on to lift the Wimbledon trophy. Introduced by Sue Barker. Digital widescreen


Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: Jimmy Connors
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Stefan Edberg
Unknown: Pete Sampras
Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: Children's BBC

4.00 Rugrats
Animated carpet-crawiing capers.
(Repeat) (Subtitled)

4.10 The Adventures of Shirley Holmes
Detective dramas with the 12-year-old descendant of the famous sleuth,
The Case of the Exact Change. Shirley helps solve a rather strange kidnapping.
(Repeat) (Subtitled)

4.35 Aquila
The fourth of a six-part drama about two boys who find a spaceship.

Manual Control. Tom gets more than he bargained for when he puts his hand into Aquila's glove compartment.
Written by Andrew Norriss
(Repeat) (Subtitled)

5.00 Newsround

5.10 Blue Peter
Today featuring sand sculpting, smugglers and donkey rescue.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2


Writer ("Aquila"): Andrew Norriss
Tom Baxter ("Aquila"): Ben Brooks
Geoff Reynolds ("Aquila"): Craig Vye
Mrs Baxter ("Aquila"): Sallyanne Law
Mrs Murray ("Aquila"): Hilary Mason
Professor Hare ("Aquila"): Thomas Wheatley
Mr Urquart ("Aquila"): Alastair Galbraith
Alison ("Aquila"): Constance Barrie
Maurice ("Aquila"): Morgan Jones
Doctor ("Aquila"): Russell Wooton
Henry ("Aquila"): Alex Crowley

: Neighbours

Shown atl.40pm Subtitled .......................

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.


Unknown: Huw Edwards.

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday
Followed by Weather Peter Cockroft Subtitled


Unknown: Peter Cockroft

: Airport

Jeremy boards a plane bound for Moscow, but one of his fellow passengers wants to go to Paris. Rob interviews an Australian passenger suspected of working illegally in Britain.
Last of the repeat series. A new series will start later in the year. Series producer Edwina Vardey
Executive producer Clare Patterson
Repeat Subtitled ...........................


Producer: Edwina Vardey
Producer: Clare Patterson

: Tomorrow's World

This week, a look at how science is increasing the safety of workers whose jobs place them at risk. The innovations include a radar designed to help police during hostage sieges, and a signalling system that automatically brakes a train if it passes a red light. Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester, with Jez Nelson , Anya Sitaram and Lindsey Fallow. Producer Graham Thompson ; Editor Saul
Nasse Digital widescreen FURTHER DETAILS: Ceefax page 623, the TW Information Line: [number removed] or on the Internet: http://www.bbc.co.uk/tw


Presented By: Peter Snow
Unknown: Jez Nelson
Unknown: Anya Sitaram
Unknown: Lindsey Fallow.
Producer: Graham Thompson

: Royal Wedding Bells

The documentary series celebrating royal weddings since 1947, using archive film and personal memories, continues. The Preparations. Cake makers, dress designers, coachmen, florists and members of the royal household tell their stories of organising weddings for the royal family. Presented by Sally Magnusson. See today's choices. Producer Michael Davies : Executive producer Stephen Lambert
Digital widescreen


Presented By: Sally Magnusson.
Producer: Michael Davies
Producer: Stephen Lambert

: The National Lottery: Local Heroes

Shauna Lowry takes the live midweek National Lottery Draw on the road around the UK.
Series producer Siobhan Mulholland
Executive producer Nick Vaughan-Barrett
Digital widescreen NOTE: previous winning numbers from lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling


Unknown: Shauna Lowry
Producer: Siobhan Mulholland
Producer: Nick Vaughan-Barrett

: BBC News

With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
Peter Cockroft
Then National Lottery Update


Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Peter Cockroft

: Silent Witness

A Kind of Justice (part 2). Armed with the results of an independent postmortem of McNally's apparent suicide, Sam challenges the police and is embroiled in murder.
Written by Peter Lloyd ; Producer
Lars Macfarlane ; Director Richard Signy
Digital widescreen


Written By: Peter Lloyd
Producer: Lars MacFarlane
Director: Richard Signy
Professor Sam Ryan: Amanda Burton
Brian McNally: Tom Georgeson
Det Supt Alfred Kempster: David Lyon
DI Stuart Lightfoot: Aden Gillett
Helen McNally: Isobel Middleton
Tony Georghiou: Peter Jonfield
DS Carole Cashman: Victoria Scarborough
Dr Jack Urwin: Nicholas Palliser
Dr Podmore: Nigel Cooke
Joe Skellern: Mark Brignal
Dl Barry Adair: Patrick Cremin
Nicky: Mark Montgomerie
Liam Brock: Oliver Squires
Danny: George Russo
Dr Ivor Williams: Osmund Bullock
Todd: Lee Turnbull
Stevie: Kelly Wright
Cabbie: Dennis Banks
Barmaid: Vikki Turney
Incident commander: David Cann
Policeman: Mark Leadbetter
Librarian: Blondell Taylor
Old man: Bill Thomas
CIB officer: Bruce White

: Paddington Green

The fly-on-the-wall documentary series following a west London community returns for eight programmes. Prostitute Jackie McAuliffe goes back to work after plastic surgery, and Claudia Agius wants makeovers for herself and her father's shop. See today's choices.
Executive producer Jeremy Mills: Series editor Bridget Sneyd * Sometimes it's hard to be a woman: page 24


Unknown: Jackie McAuliffe
Unknown: Claudia Agius
Editor: Bridget Sneyd

: International Match of the Day

Highlights of this evening's European Championship qualifiers between England and Bulgaria, and Wales and Denmark. Introduced by Ray Stubbs with Alan Hansen. Commentary by Jon Champion and Tony Gubba. Producer PaulMcNamara; Editor
Niall Sloane


Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Alan Hansen.
Commentary By: Jon Champion
Commentary By: Tony Gubba.
Editor: Niall Sloane

: Cricket World Cup

Highlights of today's Super Six match at Lord's, with two teams competing to reach the semi-finals. With Steve Rider.
Producer Emma Josling


Unknown: Steve Rider.
Producer: Emma Josling

: Act of Love

Drama starring
Kirk Douglas
On holiday in Villefranche,
Robert Teller remembers Paris in 1944. Bored by a job with the liberation forces, he became involved with a destitute girl. Director Anatole Litvak (1953)
Black and white
* See Films: pp 58-63 ***
Followed by Weather


Unknown: Kirk Douglas
Unknown: Robert Teller
Director: Anatole Litvak

: BBC News 24

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