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: Breakfast

Presented by Adrian Chiles and Sian Williams.

Contributors

Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Presenter: Sian Williams

: Match of the Day: the FA Cup

Highlights of yesterday's fifth-round matches, featuring Middlesbrough v Blackburn. Shown yesterday at 10.15pm

: Breakfast with Frost

David Frost interviews the news-makers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 9.00 News plus weather later.

Contributors

Presenter: David Frost
Editor: Barney Jones

: The Heaven and Earth Show

Matt Allwright continues his look at 21st-century morals, finding out how a seller of Big Issue, a magazine sold to benefit homeless people, chooses the best place to make his pitch. Plus the regular topical debate. With Ross Kelly and Philippa Forrester.
Producer Bemadette McConnell
Executive producer Chris Loughlin

Contributors

Unknown: Matt Allwright
Unknown: Ross Kelly
Producer: Bemadette McConnell
Producer: Chris Loughlin

: Keeping Up Appearances

Hyacinth is horrified to discover that a strange man has spent the night at Elizabeth's.
Written by Roy Clarke

Contributors

Written By: Roy Clarke

: Countryfile

Rural affairs magazine with John Craven. Including the week's weather outlook. E-MAIL: countryfile@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven.

: On the Record

John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including 12.00 News.

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys

: EastEnders

First of today's two-part omnibus. Concludes 3.25pm.

: Match of the Day Live:the FA Cup

Everton v Crewe Alexandra
Live fifth-round coverage from Goodison Park (kickoff
1.30pm) where Premiership side Everton take on First Division Crewe Alexandra.
Introduced by Ray Stubbs and Mark Lawrenson , commentary by Steve Wilson and Joe Royle. Producer James Irving : Editor
Andrew Clement Match of the Day Live: the FA Cup-
Newcastle Utd v Manchester City 6.50pm

Contributors

Unknown: Crewe Alexandra.
Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Introduced By: Mark Lawrenson
Commentary By: Steve Wilson
Commentary By: Joe Royle.
Producer: James Irving
Editor: Andrew Clement

: EastEnders

Concluding today's two-part omnibus edition.

: BBC News

Weather

: Songs of Praise

Sally Magnusson celebrates the variety of human relationships when she meets ex-boxer Nigel Benn and his wife Carolyne, and former Burmese political prisoner James Mawdsley and his mother Diana. Michael Ball sings, and hymns include Father, Lord of All Creation; What a Friend We Have in Jesus; and For the Beauty of the Earth.
RT SHOP: BBC CD. Songs of Praise - Your Favourite Hymns and Music. £12.99 (normally £14.99). Tel [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Magnusson
Unknown: Nigel Benn
Unknown: James Mawdsley
Unknown: Michael Ball

: Stig of the Dump

Going Home. In the last of the six-part adaptation of Clive King 's novel, Barney and Lou rescue a feverish Stig and take him back to Scraper Low and its standing stones.
Dramatised and produced by Peter Tabem : Director John Hay

Contributors

Unknown: Clive King
Produced By: Peter Tabem
Director: John Hay
Robert Geoffrey Palmer Lou: Perdita Weeks
Marjorie Phyllida Law Caroline: Saskia Wickham
Barney Thomas Sangster WPC Egerton: Emma Rydal
Stig Robert Tannion DannySnarget: Andrew Mawdsley

: Last of the Summer Wine

A Chaise Longue Too Far. Glenda's unwanted anniversary oresent Droves handv when Howard finds himself locked in. Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell

Contributors

Written By: Roy Clarke
Clegg: Peter Sallis
Truly: Frank Thornton
Billy: Keith Clifford
Howard: Robert Fyfe
Barry: Mike Grady
Edie: Thora Hird
Auntie Wainwright: Jean Alexander
Ivy: Jane Freeman
Roz: Dora Bryan
Smiler: Stephen Lewis
Tom: Tom Owen
Pearl: Juliette Kaplan
Marina: Jean Fergusson
Glenda: Sarah Thomas
Wesley: Gordon Wharmby

: Match of the Day Live: the FA Cup

Newcastle United v Manchester City
Live coverage from St James ' Park where Newcastle play host to Manchester City (kickoff 7pm) in the FA Cup fifth round. Hosted by Gary Lineker , with Alan Hansen and Mick McCarthy. John Motson and Trevor Brooking commentate. The quarter-final draw will take place after the match.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/football

Contributors

Unknown: St James
Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Alan Hansen
Unknown: Mick McCarthy.
Unknown: John Motson
Unknown: Trevor Brooking
Producer: Phil Bigwood
Editor: Paul Armstrong

: Outside the Rules

The first of two new two-part stories starring Daniela Nardini, showing as part of the Crime Doubles strand.
Into the Void. Forensic psychiatrist Natalie Vine (Daniela Nardini ) attempts to uncover the dark secrets of a serial child-killer. The story concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Written by Alma Cullen
Producer Alison Davis
Director Sun Krishnamma

Contributors

Unknown: Daniela Nardini
Unknown: Natalie Vine
Unknown: Daniela Nardini
Producer: Alison Davis
Director: Sun Krishnamma
Natalie Vine: Daniela Nardini
Rachel Selby: Anastasia Hille
Midge Roscoe: Uinos McCann
Hal Porter: Leslie Phillips
Jan Roscoe: Rachel Power
TV presenter: Frances Donovan
Pete: Andrews Gregortruter
Kim Andrews: Carolina Giammetta
Saloud Khan: Ranjit Krishnamma
Shahina Khan: Nasreen Hussain
Irene Lloyd Julie: Ann Gillitt
Greta Huxley: Catherine Russell

: BBC News

With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with David Braine.

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Amroliwala.
Unknown: David Braine.

: Doctors to Be - Where Are They Now?

As a curtain-raiser to Wednesday's Your NHS day, the BBC's longest-running observational documentary series makes a return. For 18 years cameras have followed six doctors, beginning with their medical-school interviews and continuing until the present. Some of the six are reaching the top of the medical profession, while others have opted to leave their vocation entirely. This film examines their lives in the light of the wider implications for patients and provides an insight into Britain's beleaguered NHS. Producers Sadie Holland and Jane Stimpson ; Executive producer
Tessa Livingstone Your NHS begins Wednesday at 7.30pm

Contributors

Producers: Sadie Holland
Producers: Jane Stimpson
Producer: Tessa Livingstone

: Olympic Grandstand

Live coverage of the final two runs in the two-man bobsleigh event, where the two British teams will be hoping for a medal placing. Paul Dickenson commentates, with analysis from Courtney Rumboldt , Olympic bronze medal-winner with the 1998 four-man bobsleigh team. The British women's curling team will be looking for a win over the United States and, in the men's ice hockey event, Sweden take on the Czech Republic, the reigning Olympic champions. iw) BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers by using the red key on their remote control Website: www.bbc.co.uk/winterolympics
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Dickenson
Unknown: Courtney Rumboldt

: BBC News 24









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