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: Your NHS: Breakfast

Presented by Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth. Featuring the start of BBC1's Your NHS day as Peter Snow launches a People's Priorities poll. For voting details see 7.30pm.
Timetable on Monday


Presenter: Jeremy Bowen
Presenter: Sophie Raworth
Presenter: Peter Snow

: Kilroy

Studio discussion.
AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate)
Followed by News; Weather


Presenter: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: Your NHS: City Hospital

A special edition of the series from Guy's and St Thomas ' complex, London. Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: St Thomas

: Big Strong Boys

The team of experts tackle more DIYjobs.

: Real Rooms

An unattractive kitchen is tastefully transformed. Followed by News; Weather

: Call My Bluff

Word game, with guests Jan Francis, Ben Brown, Jeremy Vine and Andrew Davies.


Guest: Jan Francis
Guest: Ben Brown
Guest: Jeremy Vine
Guest: Andrew Davies

: Passport to the Sun

Michelle and Ian threaten to return to England.

: BBC News

Including a People's Priorities update. Weather

: Regional News


: Neighbours

Maggie has some thinking to do. Repeated at 5.35pm

: Diagnosis Murder

Physician, Murder Thyself. A doctor dies in the middle of surgery. H

: Birds of a Feather: Hungry for Love

Tracey insists on dieting. Dorien's fit for nothing.
Episode written by Geoffrey Deane.
(Cast on Friday)


Writer: Geoffrey Deane

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.
Tweenies Songtime

Followed by Tweenies
Fizz copies everything Bella does.


Ends 5.35.

More antics with the loveable babies.

3.55 Chucklevision
Paul and Barry have to track a pop idol to retrieve the final machine components.
Written by John Sayle

4.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza and Darwin find themselves in the middle of a battle.

4.35 Custer's Last Stand-up
Jamie's TV appearance brings him new-found fame and a huge ego.
Written by Gail Renard

5.00 Blue Peter
Bin liners and carrier bags are turned into fashion items by young designers.
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
Website: [website removed]

5.25 Newsround


Writer ("ChuckleVision"): John Sayle
Writer ("Custer's Last Stand-up"): Gail Renard
Jamie Custer: George McMahon
Dallas O'Rourke: Ciaran Nolan
Mary Custer: Deirdre Monaghan
Billy Custer: Tom Hopkins
Bobby: Tom O'Brannagain
Michael: Joseph Flannery
Cara: Niamh Molloy
Donnie: Brian Roche
Susie Custer: Grainne McLver
Roxie Custer: Elaine Symons
Liam: Paul Nugent

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm

: BBC News

Presented by Huw Edwards and featuring a special report on the ambulance service as part of BBCl's YourNHS day. Including a weather summary.


Presented By: Huw Edwards

: Regional news magazine

Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with David Braine.


Unknown: David Braine.

: A Question of Sport

With goalkeeper Edwin Van Der Sar , former athlete
John Regis , footballer Robbie Savage and rugby's Shaun Edwards. Producer Naomi Dennison ; Series producer Carl Doran
Repeated next Saturday


Unknown: Edwin van Der Sar
Unknown: John Regis
Unknown: Robbie Savage
Unknown: Shaun Edwards.
Producer: Naomi Dennison
Producer: Carl Doran

: Your NHS

Beginning a live and interactive evening offering an insight into the state of the National Health Service. Presented by Nicky Campbell, with Fiona Bruce and Peter Snow, the programme will be testing the temperature at hospitals across Britain and looking at how doctors and nurses cope with the massive demand for their services. There is also a guide to help viewers choose their top NHS concerns for the People's Priorities vote. Continues 8.30pm.
PEOPLE'S PRIORITIES VOTELINE: [number removed] (national rate).
Lines open until 10pm
Further information on Ceefax page 155 or the website: [web address removed]
Dr Mark Porter on how the NHS could and should be: page 38


Presenter: Nicky Campbell
Presenter: Fiona Bruce
Presenter: Peter Snow
Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: This Is Your Life

Michael Aspel , with his red book, springs more surprises. Producer Sue Green; Series producer Jack Crawshaw


Unknown: Michael Aspel
Producer: Jack Crawshaw

: Your NHS

Live reports from cancer, casualty, elderly and maternity wards across the country. Continues 9pm.

: The National Lottery: Jet Set Departure Lounge

Nine contestants compete for a chance to take part in Saturday's The National Lottery: Jet Set. Plus the midweek draws. With Eamonn Holmes.


Unknown: Eamonn Holmes.

: Your NHS

An audience of patients and experts debate the way forward and viewers have a last chance to cast their votes in the People's Priorities poll. Continues 10.35pm.

: BBC News

With Peter Sissons. 10.25 Regional News
Then Weather with David Braine.
Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: David Braine.

: Your NHS

The health service debate continues and the People's Priorities poll results are announced.

: Johnny Vaughan Tonight

Johnny Vaughan with another quirky look at today's news. Repeated at 12.35am on BBC Choice


Unknown: Johnny Vaughan

: Living Dangerously

Tonight's profiles of difficult jobs, in the second of the week's offerings, include being a storm chaser and a land-mine disposal expert. More tomorrow 11.35pm.

: Olympic Grandstand

The men's ice hockey competition reaches the quarter-final stage.
Followed by Weatherview

: Sign One

Recent programmes shown on BBC1, repeated with sign language. Ends 5.25pm.
Panorama A current-affairs investigation.
2.55 Watchdog Healthcheck A look at alternative medicine.
3.25 Watchdog Shown yesterday at 7pm
3.55 Holiday Shown on Monday at 7pm
4.25 DIY SOS Nick Knowles effects a conservatory and dining-room makeover.
4.55 Best Inventions Katy Hill and Trevor Baylis test three more
British inventions.


Unknown: Nick Knowles
Unknown: Katy Hill
Unknown: Trevor Baylis

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