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: Breakfast

With Dermot Murnaghan in London and Sophie Raworth at police HQ in Manchester, where she'll be joined by Peter Snow with an analysis of crime figures. Plus at 8.30 Gaby Roslin live at the Southampton Boat Show.
Timetable Monday


Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan
Unknown: Sophie Raworth
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Gaby Roslin

: Kilroy

A special discussion on young offenders. Cracking Crime continues at 7pm. 420i47 AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate)
Followed by News; Weather

: City Hospital

More trials and triumphs of staff and patients in another of this week's visits to Guy's and St Thomas '. Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: St Thomas

: Garden Invaders

A young family want to create an adventure playground in their garden, complete with a mural.

: House Invaders

The team add wall art to a bedroom, create some innovative shelves and buff up a bathroom.

: Bargain Hunt

While searching Derby University antiques fair, the teams try their luck at karaoke.

: Judgemental

In the daily quiz show, L2,000 is at stake.

: BBC News


: Regional News


: Neighbours

Libby fears her relationship with her mother will never be the same again.
Repeated at 5.35pm

: Doctors

Silent Partners. Jude struggles to get to the truth when a pregnant girl refuses to speak. Episode written by Paul Ebbs
Cast Tuesday/Friday


Written By: Paul Ebbs

: Murder, She Wrote

Tough Guys Don't Die. Jessica hires a detective to investigate an unsolved murder case.
First shown on ITV Fancy the Murder, She Wrote tune on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.
Tweenies Songtime
Then Tweenies
The Tweenies all wear their pyjamas at playgroup.


Ends 5.35.

An anthropologist comes to stay.

4.10 Mona the Vampire
Can a feline invasion be stopped?

4.20 The Cramp Twins
Lucien is scared by a clown.

4.35 The Wild Thornberrys
Marmosets overrun the camp.

5.00 Blue Peter
Matt goes riding by the sea with the Household Cavalry.
(Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7.20am on BBC2)
Fancy the Blue Peter theme on your phone? Visit [web address removed]

5.25 Newsround

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.


Unknown: Huw Edwards.

: Regional news magazine

Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with David Braine.


Unknown: David Braine.

: Cracking Crime: Don't Have Nightmares

Beginning tonight's special strand of programming on crime in the UK, and ways to prevent and reduce it. [web address removed]
Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce are joined by Peter Snow to compare the myths with the realities about crime in Britain today. There's a chance to hear both from the victims of crime and those fighting it plus a look at initiatives to prevent it.
How you can beat crime: page 23


Presenter: Nick Ross
Presenter: Fiona Bruce
Presenter: Peter Snow
Producer: Diana Martin
Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: To Catch a Thief

Two reformed criminals - one now a church minister, the other a businessman - burgle a house to expose its security weaknesses before suggesting a "crime makeover".
Producer Tony Tackaberry ; Executive producers Jerry Foulkes , Richard Klein


Producer: Tony Tackaberry
Producers: Jerry Foulkes
Producers: Richard Klein

: You the Judge

Fiona Bruce invites viewers to vote on sentences for four convicted criminals. Vote on [number removed] (calls cost lOp), via the red button on digital satellite TV or on the website, www.bbc.co.uk/crackingcrime.
Producers Sam Anstiss, Diana Martin
Editor Alexandra Henderson


Unknown: Fiona Bruce
Producer: Sam Anstiss
Producer: Diana Martin
Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: The Philadelphia Experiment

An experiment to see if a pioneering crime reduction scheme from America, called Compstat, could be used in Oxford. Cracking Crime continues after the News at 10.35pm.
Producer Simon Greenwood ; Director John Maidens The new weapon against crime: page 26


Producer: Simon Greenwood
Director: John Maidens

: The National Lottery - Midweek Draws

Phillip Schofield hosts the midweek draws.


Unknown: Phillip Schofield

: BBC News

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


Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: David Braine.

: Cracking Crime

Concluding tonight's crime-related programmes.
In the Hot Seat The Home Secretary David Blunkett answers questions from viewers sent in by email and from a studio audience. You can email your own questionstocrackingcrime@bbc.co.uk.
Producer Sam Woodhouse : Editor Alexandra Henderson


Unknown: David Blunkett
Producer: Sam Woodhouse
Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: Johnny Vaughan Tonight

Another take on today's news in the company of guests.
Shown at 9pm on BBC Choice

: Love, Cheat and Steal

Erotic thriller starring John Uthgow , Eric Roberts and Madchen Amick. An escaped convict, murderer and bank robber targets his ex-wife and her new rich husband. Review page 61.
DirectorWilliam Curran (1994,18)
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: John Uthgow
Unknown: Eric Roberts
Unknown: Madchen Amick.

: Sign Zone

A selection of recently shown programmes, repeated with sign language. Ends 5.00.
Antiques Roadshow The experts vist Tenby in west Wales.
Shown on Sunday at 6.35pm
2.10 Holiday - You Call the Shots Jayne Middlemiss , Rowland Rivron and Joe Mace are in Cape Town. Shown Monday 7pm
2.40 Watchdog Consumer news. Shown Tuesday 7pm
3.10 Bargain Hunt Two teams of bohemians compete to make a lucrative buy.
3.40 Ground Force The team design a garden with raised beds for a wheelchair-user. Shown Monday 8.30pm
4.10 Child of Our Time In the first of three updates Prof Robert Winston checks the memories of the youngtoddlers.


Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss
Unknown: Rowland Rivron
Unknown: Joe MacE
Unknown: Prof Robert Winston

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