Presented by Jeremy Bowen. Hazel Irvine and Roger Black review the men's 100 metres final from last night at the World Athletic Championships. Including 6.00, 7.00, 8.00 news from Kate Sanderson ; 6.16, 6.45,
7.50 business news with Tanya Beckett ; 6.50 Reports from the London Stock Exchange; 6.25,
6.53, 7.15, 7.53, 8.15, 8.55 weather from Helen Willetts (Monday), Carol Kirkwood
(Tuesday-Thursday); 6.27, 6.55,
7.28, 7.55, 8.28, 8.55 regional news, travel; 6.35, 7.35,8.35 sport. Editor Richard Porter (S) (W)
Tweenies Cleo organises a fancy-dress party. (R) (S) (W)
3.45 Arthur DW brings the art of story-telling back to life. (S)
4.10 Rugrats Animated fun with the loveable babies. (R) (S)
4.35 The Queen's Nose Beginning a six-part weekly rerun of the fourth series of humorous dramas about a girl who possesses a magic 50p coin.
Written by Graham Alborough
(R) (S) (W)
5.00 Blue Peter Konnie goes dragon boat racing, and Liz tests a powered skateboard. (S) (W) Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2 BBC BLUE PETER MAGAZINE: a new monthly, available now, price fl.25
5.25 Newsround With Lizo Mzimba and Kate Sanderson. (S) (W)
Regional news, presented this week by Tim Donovan
(Monday/Tuesday) and Gillian Joseph (Wednesday-Friday). Editor Jane Mote (S) (W) REGIONAL PROGRAMME: this programme and all regional news bulletins are replaced on digital satellite by UK Today/Tonight, a summary of news items from around the country.
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish. (S) (W)
Despatch Rider/Eastern and Oriental Express.
Fern Britton tries her hand at despatch riding in Brighton, while Sarah Greene becomes the manager of an express train service from Singapore to Bangkok. Last in the series.
Series producer Karen Brown ; Executive producer Jannine Waddell (S) (W)
Guess What's Coming to Dinner. Tonight's quartet of investigations examines the dangers that could lurk in everyday food. Reports from Edwina Currie , Tom Mangold , Rajesh Mirchandani and Lowri Turner include a look at how illegal meat is kept out of the UK.
Series producer Colin Savage ; Editor Dave Stanford (S) (W) As 4 x 4 is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
In a week which sees the introduction of a fourth episode on Friday, Dan is released, and Mel argues with Steve. Episode written by Anji Loman Field For cast see Tuesday and Thursday
Repeated on BBC Choice at 10pm (S) (W) Alison Graham 's Soap and Flannel: page 28 EastEnders goes fourth: page 34
Fourth in the ten-part drama series starring Haydn Gwynne as the Superintendent at a Merseyside police station.
Unexploded Bombs. Susan gets caught up in a family crisis when a pregnant woman gives her an off-duty confession.
Written by Chris Murray
Producer Ken Horn ; Director Richard Signy (S) (W) Jonathan Kerrigan 's Questionnaire: page 18
Supt Susan Blake:
PC Steve Traynor:
Inspector Jim Oulton:
Sgt Bill Gentle:
PC Larry Barton:
WPC Connie Harper:
WPC Miriam Da Silva:
Sgt Danny Jackson:
Sgt Chris Armstrong:
In a report first shown in March, Paul Kenyon tracks down fraudsters who have fled Britain to continue their campaign of deception in Spain, duping ex-pats into parting with money. Producer Andy Terrington ; Series producer Sam Anstiss (R) (S) (W)
Live coverage from Edmonton of the third day, featuring at
10.55 women's 100m semi-finals; 12.00 men's triple jump final; 12.05 women'sjavelin final; 12.10 women's 400m semi-finals; 12.35 women's 100m final; 12.50 decathlon 400m; and at 1.25 men's 400m final.
Olympic champion Jonathan Edwards is the strong favourite to take gold in the triple jump, while America's Marion Jones will aim to net her first title at the games in the 100m. In the men's 400m the fight is on to succeed all-conquering Michael Johnson , with Britain's Mark Richardson back after a year's drugs ban. Presented by Sue Barker and Roger Black. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/athietics (S) (W)
Followed by Wearthervlew (W)
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