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: Breakfast News

With Noel Thompson and Julie Etchingham.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Thompson
Unknown: Julie Etchingham.

: Kilroy

The week's final edition of the studio debate. (S)
Followed by News (S) and Weather

: City Hospital

More real-life dramas from
Southampton general, with Phillip Schofield , Nick Knowles , Simon London, Suzi Perry and Edwina Silver. (S)
Followed by News (S) and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Phillip Schofield
Unknown: Nick Knowles
Unknown: Suzi Perry
Unknown: Edwina Silver.

: Classic Café

A live four-part series of music and chat in which Stephanie Hughes meets guests from the worlds of dance, theatre and music, at London's Royal
Opera House.
Followed by News (S) and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Stephanie Hughes

: Call My Bluff

More tricky word challenges on the daily game show, chaired by Bob Holness. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Holness.

: Vets to the Rescue

Trude Mostue has a busy day, tending to Winky and Twinky the hedgehogs and Belinda the sheep. Plus we learn the fate of Bristol the spaniel.

Contributors

Unknown: Trude Mostue

: BBC News

Weather (S)

: Regional News

Weather (S)

: Neighbours

Tensions are rife in the Robinson family. Anne and Fanto face each other in a painting competition. Can Maurie rely on Bill's support over the building-site accident?
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)

: Diagnosis Murder

Witness to Murder. Ayounggirl holds the key to a killing, and someone is out to kidnap her from Dr Sloan's care. (S)

: Wipeout

Bob Monkhouse hosts the elimination quiz. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Monkhouse

: Children's BBC

Ends 5.35.

Bananaman
Animated superhero adventures. (R)

: Tweenies

Shown 10.30am BBC2 (S) (W)

: Pocket Dragon Adventures

More antics from the tiny dragons. The dragons use some of the Wizard's magic fertiliser. (S)

: The Animal Magic Show

On this week's programme, Dominic Wood and Billy Nibbles look at how love makes the animal world go around. We meet the bowerbirds who decorate their nests with gifts that beesfind irresistible. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Dominic Wood
Unknown: Billy Nibbles

: The Wild Thornberrys

Animation.
Eliza unwittingly sparks a chain reaction of destruction within the eco-system. (S)

: Two for 2000

On the run-up to the new millennium, CBBC launches its biggest ever game show. In the first heat of this new knockout competition, 2,000 children from all over the UK test their general knowledge and physical endurance. Just 200 will progress to the next stage. Hosted by heptathlete Denise Lewis , with Steve Wilson and Rachael Hopper. See Choice. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Denise Lewis
Unknown: Steve Wilson
Unknown: Rachael Hopper.

: Newsround

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine with Katy Hill, Konnie Huq, Simon Thomas and Matt Baker.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
(S)(W)

Contributors

Presenter: Katy Hill
Presenter: Konnie Huq
Presenter: Simon Thomas
Presenter: Matt Baker

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm (S)

: BBC News

With Fiona Bruce. Including a weather summary and a preview of the weekend sport. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Bruce.

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Peter Cockroft (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cockroft

: BBC Children in Need

For the 20th year running, the star-spangled fund-raising extravaganza gets under way, as Terry Wogan, Gaby Roslin and Pudsey Bear invite you to join Children in Need 1999.

Last year the event raised £20 million and throughout the evening there will be news of how the money was spent, plus details of how to support this year's appeal. Steps kick off proceedings with a pop exclusive. Another Level will attempt a world record to sing in all four nations of the UK in one night, beginning in Scotland. The EastEnders cast take us back to Walford in the year for a live soap-in-a-night. And Martine McCutcheon (above) teams up with a choir of 100 children to perform this year's Children in Need single Love Me. See Choice. Deja View with Mark Lewisohn: page 15
EastEnders ... the good old days: page 35

7.30 Diane Louise Jordan reports on the South East's Children in Need activities from Heathrow airport, where Jeremy Spake from BBC1s Airport series will also meet fund-raisers. Plus a 20th birthday surprise at London's Piccadilly Circus. Regional updates continue through the night.

7.40 There's pop music from S Club 7 and Melanie C, and soccer stars Michael Owen, David Seaman, Alan Shearer and Kevin Keegan launch a competition, open to callers making a donation tonight, to win VIP Premiership tickets.

8.00 More from the cast of EastEnders, then Michael Aspel hosts a classic children's TV quiz with Jamie Theakston, Jayne Middlemiss, Emma Forbes and Phillip Schofield.

8.30 Another Level perform in Belfast on their whistle-stop tour, plus more from Walford, and the Changing Rooms team change themselves into the Village People.
Videoplus code for 7.00-9.00

Contributors

Presenter: Terry Wogan
Presenter: Gaby Roslin
Participate: Martine McCutcheon
Participate: Mark Lewisohn
Participate: Diane Louise Jordan
Participate: Jeremy Spake
Participate: Michael Owen
Participate: David Seaman
Participate: Alan Shearer
Participate: Kevin Keegan
Participate: Michael Aspel
Participate: Jamie Theakston
Participate: Jayne Middlemiss
Participate: Emma Forbes
Participate: Phillip Schofield

: BBC News

With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weekend Weather with Peter Cockroft (5)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: Peter Cockroft

: BBC Children in Need

Terry Wogan and Gaby Roslin return with the party as the Corrs and Simply Red perform live, and Bob Monkhouse resurrects the classic game show The Golden Shot.
10.00 More 17th-century soap with the EastEnders ensemble, and Ready Steady Cook's Fern Britton reveals a secret talent.
10.30 Lulu sings her latest single, and musicians, singers and dancers attempt a medley of all the Beatles number one hits in a live "relay" link from one UK region to another.
11.00 Rolf Harris joins the presenters on stage with a celebrity supergroup and the historic EastEnders saga concludes. Plus the new Riverdance- Dancing on Dangerous Ground.
11.40 More reports on fund-raising in the South East, with Diane Louise Jordan and Jeremy Spake.
12.00 Cliff Richard kicks off the post-midnight party, featuring a live extract from the hit musical The Lion King, plus comedian Terry Alderton , Canadian group Barenaked Ladies, and dance sensation Gumboots from London's West End.
1.00 Belinda Carlisle drops in for a song, but will Another Level
make it back to London to complete their lightning UK singing tour? Plus the EastEnders 1666 omnibus and a fund-raising roundup, with a grand total for the evening. Producer Fiona Clark ; Executive producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt (S)
Videoplus code for 9.30-2.00 CEEFAX: for fund-raising details see page
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Gaby Roslin
Unknown: Bob Monkhouse
Unknown: Fern Britton
Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Diane Louise Jordan
Unknown: Jeremy Spake.
Unknown: Cliff Richard
Unknown: Terry Alderton
Unknown: Belinda Carlisle
Producer: Fiona Clark
Producer: Nick Vaughan-Barratt

: BBC News 24

Ends 7.00am








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