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: Breakfast

Presented by Michael Peschardt and Sian Williams.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Peschardt
Presented By: Sian Williams.

: Kilroy

Robert Kilroy-Silk hosts the discussion. Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: Life's Too Short

A couple fear that their marriage is over unless they can stop arguing. With Jill McCullough and Professor Geoffrey Beattie. Editor Dominique Vulliamy www.bbc.co.uk/health
Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jill McCullough
Unknown: Professor Geoffrey Beattie.
Editor: Dominique Vulliamy

: Big Strong Boys

A cluttered spare bedroom in Leamington, Warwickshire, is transformed into a lodger's bedsit by Gavin Lowe and Jake Robinson. BBC GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE: 12.40

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Lowe
Unknown: Jake Robinson.

: Bargain Hunt

The antiques game show visits Peterborough. BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price L2.80
Followed by News; Weather

: Wipeout

Elimination quiz hosted by Bob Monkhouse.

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Monkhouse.

: Through the Keyhole

David Dickinson , Jane Moore and Sankha Guha try to guess the celebrity homeowners.
With David Frost.

Contributors

Unknown: David Dickinson
Unknown: Jane Moore
Unknown: Sankha Guha
Unknown: David Frost.

: BBC News

Weather

: Regional News

Weather

: Neighbours

Rosie offers Valda some advice. Lou plans to please Rosie.
Repeated at 5.35pm

: Quincy

Give Me Your Weak. Quincy battles the government on behalf of a young mother who is suffering from a degenerative nerve disease.

: Birds of a Feather

Sharon manages to persuade Tracey to teach her to drive, in an episode from 1993.
Written by Geoff Rowley

Contributors

Written By: Geoff Rowley

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.
Tweenies Songtime Then Tweenies Judy takes a trip up the highest peak in Wales -
Snowdon, in search of "something wonderful".

: CBBC

Ends 5.35.
Mona the Vampire Double bill. Mona's dad takes up golf, and Charley's microwave invention turns out to be a time machine.
4.1ORugrats Carpet-crawling double bill. Tommy thinks he is being neglected by his mum and craves attention, and the babies decide they want to be in a band and become famous.
4.35 Even Stevens Louis saves
Blake's life and becomes part of the gang. But he's kicked out soon after, and has neglected his other friends.
5.00 Blue Peter In the second of Liz Barker 's reports, she finds that living with the Dao people in North Vietnam is like stepping back in time. BBC BLUE PETER MAGAZINE: £1.85 www.bc.co.uk/bluepeter
5.25 Newsround

Contributors

Unknown: Stevens Louis
Unknown: Liz Barker

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. Including weather.

Contributors

Unknown: Huw Edwards.

: Regional news magazine

Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Michael Rsh.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Rsh.

: A Question of Sport - Commonwealth Games Special

Sue Barker keeps the peace and poses the questions as Barry McGuigan , Kelly Holmes , Dame Mary Peters and Geoff Capes join team captains Ally McCoist and John Parrott for a special edition on the eve of the Commonwealth Games. Series producer Carl Doran

Contributors

Unknown: Barry McGuigan
Unknown: Kelly Holmes
Unknown: Dame Mary Peters
Unknown: Geoff Capes
Unknown: John Parrott
Producer: Carl Doran

: Tomorrow's World Roadshow

The final of the competition to find a new science presenter features in the last of the series of roadshows which comes from Glasgow. Plus, reports on the Falkirk Wheel, a new planetarium projector, and a device to combat midges. A
Commonwealth Games special is scheduled for next month and Tomorrow's World returns in the new year.
Executive producer Tina Fletcher ; Series producer Alison Gregory

Contributors

Producer: Tina Fletcher
Producer: Alison Gregory

: Children's Hospital

Cerebral palsy sufferer James is about to have his plaster removed, while aspiring dancer Angela undergoes an operation to remove the bony lumps from her leg. Sue Johnston narrates. Series producer Maggie Sutcliffe ; Executive producer Edwina Vardey

Contributors

Producer: Maggie Sutcliffe
Producer: Edwina Vardey

: The National Lottery - Midweek Draws

Dale Winton presents tonight's midweek draws.
Director Claire Michel

Contributors

Unknown: Dale Winton
Director: Claire Michel

: My Family

Trust Never Sleeps. Janey persuades Ben and Susan to let her have a party while they're on holiday.
Written by James Hendrieand Ian Brown; Director Dewi Humphreys
Producer John Bartlett

Contributors

Written By: James Hendrieand
Director: Dewi Humphreys
Producer: John Bartlett

: Crimewatch UK

This month's crimes include a man who lost his sight in one eye following an attack by thugs on a train. With Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce. Crimewatch UK Update is at 10.35pm. Director Phil Chilvers ; Editor Sarah-Jane Cohen CONTACT DETAILS: call free on [number removed] or Minicom number
[number removed](lines open until 11.30pm); email: cwuk@bbc.co.uk FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax page 621 www.bbc.co.uk/crime

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross
Unknown: Fiona Bruce.
Director: Phil Chilvers
Editor: Sarah-Jane Cohen

: BBC News

With Peter Sissons. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Then National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Michael Fish.

: Crimewatch UK Update

The latest news on tonight's appeals.

: Denise Lewis's Commonwealth Countdown

The Olympic heptathlete previews the biggest multi-sport event to take place in Great Britain, the Commonwealth Games, which open tomorrow. As 5,000 competitors from 72 countries arrive in Manchester, Lewis samples the atmosphere and meets the potential medal-winners.
Producer Gabby Cook www.bbc.co.uk/commonwealth British sprinters leading the field: p32; win a day as a top athlete: p40

Contributors

Producer: Gabby Cook

: Touched by a Killer **

Thriller starring Isabella Hofmann. Ajournalist fights to free a condemned prisoner, after learning that he was convicted on circumstantial evidence. Review page 52.
Director Gilbert M Shilton (2000)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Isabella Hofmann.
Director: Gilbert M Shilton

: Sign Zone

Recently shown programmes, repeated with sign language. Ends 4.20.
Tomorrow's World Roadshow Including a project to protect dolphins in Cardigan Bay. Shown last Wednesday
1.50 Airport A chimp awaits a flight. Shown last Thursday
2.20 Our Monarchy: the Next 50 Years David Dimbleby looks at the challenges that lie ahead for Britain's monarchy.
3.20 DIY SOS Plans for a bedroom are in ruins.
3.50 Summer Holiday Shown Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Cardigan Bay.
Unknown: David Dimbleby

: BBC News 24









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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