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: Breakfast News

With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)


Unknown: John Nicolson
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: Kilroy

Studio debate show. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather

: Maternity Hospital

The latest news from St Mary 's in Manchester, with Sue Cook and Alan Tyler. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather


Unknown: St Mary
Unknown: Sue Cook
Unknown: Alan Tyler.

: EASTENDERS 15 Happy Birthday EastEnders

More anniversary celebrations. Actor Paul J Medford returns to Walford, Jeremy Spake recalls dramatic events in Albert Square from 1991-93, and viewers can vote for their top five EastEnders bad girls. (S) (W) Followed by News (S) and Weather


Unknown: Jeremy Spake
Unknown: Albert Square

: Wipeout

General-knowledge quiz hosted by Bob Monkhouse. (S)


Unknown: Bob Monkhouse.

: Going for a Song

Eric Knowles explains about the Chippendale chair. (S)


Unknown: Eric Knowles

: BBC News

Weather (S)

: Regional News

Weather (S)

: Neighbours

Lance tells Amy that he loves her, while Bill and Anne share a tender moment.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)

: Quincy

Physician, Heal Thyself. Quincy discovers a conspiracy of silence protecting a drunken doctor whose abortion operation on a teenager resulted in her death. (R) (S)

: Ever Decreasing Circles

Another episode of the popular eighties comedy about an obsessive do-gooder, starring
Richard Briers. (R) (S)


Unknown: Richard Briers.

: Tweenies

Ends 5.35. Whistling. The Tweenies are fascinated by whistling, which
Max enjoys greatly. (S) (W)

: Angelmouse

Animated tales. The heavenly mouse helps to find
Oswald's missing feather.

: Chucklevision

Paul and Barry set up a white elephant and meet up with an unscrupulous dealer in bric-a-brac. Written by Robert Taylor (S)


Written By: Robert Taylor

: See It Saw It

The comedy sketch show, starring Mark Speight, Phil Fox and Kate Crossley. (S) (W)

: Hero to Zero

First in a new six-part drama series about football-mad youngster, featuring Liverpool star Michael Owen.
Ten-year-old Charlie Brice 's parents have split up and he thinks it's all his fault. He confides in a life-sized poster of his football hero
Michael Owen. but then one night the picture on his bedroom wall answers back. See Choice.
Written by John Salthouse Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 (S)


Unknown: Michael Owen.
Unknown: Charlie Brice
Unknown: Michael Owen.
Written By: John Salthouse
Charlie Brice: Huw Procter
Jimmy Brice: Ian Burfield
Rachel Brice: Angela Simpson
Michael Owen: Michael Owen
Vic Morrish: Cliff Parisi
Miss Horsborough: Jane Hazlegrove
Susan Davidson: Amanda Nolan
Jonathan Morrish: Joshua Rideout
Ben: Matthew Thomas

: Newsround

: Blue Peter

With Katy Hill, Konnie Huq, Simon Thomas and Matt Baker.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
(S) (W)


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

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm (S)

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. Including weather summary. (S)


Unknown: Huw Edwards.

: Regional news magazine

Fordetails see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Helen Young. (S)


Unknown: Helen Young.

: Big Break

Jim Davidson and John Virgo oversee another edition of the snooker-based game show. Tonight's players are Ken Doherty , Mark Davis and Nigel Bond.
Director Duncan Cooper ; Producer David Taylor (S)


Unknown: Jim Davidson
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: Ken Doherty
Unknown: Mark Davis
Unknown: Nigel Bond.
Director: Duncan Cooper
Producer: David Taylor

: Tomorrow's World

Tonight the robotic fish that could help explorers navigate shipwrecks and the underwater robot that detects mines. Plus new ways to get fit, from an aerobic body suit to an altitude tent that brings the benefits of mountain training down to sea-level. Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester . Producer Robi Dutta ; Editor Saul Nasse
Repeated tomorrow at 12.45am, with sign language (S) (W) FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax: page 623; www.bbc.co.uk/tw


Presented By: Peter Snow
Unknown: Philippa Forrester
Producer: Robi Dutta
Editor: Saul Nasse

: Vets in Practice

Emma Inglis finds herself on the other side of the operating table when she requires an endoscope examination of her knee. Husband Joe treats a cat called Jelly whose injuries have left him paralysed. And in Hull, Sam Robinson performs her own endoscopy on a young race horse.
Director Isabel Pritchard (S) (W)


Unknown: Emma Inglis
Unknown: Sam Robinson
Director: Isabel Pritchard

: Battersea Dogs' Home

This week Shauna Lowry spends the day with head van driver Pauline Martignetti picking up strays from around London. And Paddy, a jack russell terrier, almost goes to live with a famous actress until he gets kennel cough.
Series producer Steve Sklair ; Executive producer Bob Long (S)


Unknown: Shauna Lowry
Unknown: Pauline Martignetti
Unknown: Jack Russell
Producer: Steve Sklair
Producer: Bob Long

: The National Lottery: UK 2000

Carol Smillie reveals more real stories.behind some of Britain's lottery-funded projects. Plus the midweek draw.
Producer Mike Wiseman (S) (W)


Unknown: Carol Smillie
Producer: Mike Wiseman

: BBC News

With George Alagiah. Regional News
Weather with Helen Young. (S)
Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: George Alagiah.
Unknown: Helen Young.

: Child of Our Time

The first of a series following an ambitious project to track the development of a group of carefully selected babies from the womb to adulthood over 20 years to explore the interaction between nature and nurture in the development of the individual. Tonight Lord Robert Winston meets ten of the families from the group. See Choice.
Series producer Tessa Livingstone ; Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves
(S) (W) Babewatch: the parents and babies starting a 20-year experiment: page 30


Unknown: Lord Robert Winston
Producer: Tessa Livingstone
Producer: Sarah Hargreaves

: Eye for an Eye

Thriller starring Sally Field and Ed Harris.
Karen McCann's world is shattered when her daughter is brutally raped and murdered. All the evidence points towards lowlife Robert Doob as the killer. But the legal proceedings take an unexpected twist.
Director John Schlesinger (1995, 18)
(S) (W) Films: pp 60-63 ***
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Sally Field
Unknown: Ed Harris
Unknown: Karen McCann
Unknown: Robert Doob
Director: John Schlesinger
Karen McCann: Sally Field
Mack McCann: Ed Harris
Julie McCann: Olivia Burnette
Megan McCann: Alexandra Kyle
Robert Doob: Kiefer Sutherland
Det Sgt Denillo: Joe Mantegna
Dolly Green: Beverly D'Angelo
Peter Green: Darrell Larson

: Web of Deceit :

Thriller starring Corbin Bemsen and Amanda Pays.
Catherine Elshant appears to be suffering from extreme post-natal depression. But, when their child goes missing, even her husband doubts her sanity.
Director Bill Corcoran (1994) (S)
Films: pp 60-63 ***


Unknown: Corbin Bemsen
Unknown: Amanda Pays.
Unknown: Catherine Elshant
Director: Bill Corcoran
Mark Elshant: Corbin Bemsen
Catherine Elshant: Amanda Pays
Bemie: Albert Schultz
Laura: Mimi Kuzyk
Beth: New Campbell
Herb: Al Waxman

: BBC News 24

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