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: Breakfast

Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday


Presented By: Bill Turnbull
Presented By: Sophie Raworth.

: Kilroy

Studio di scussion, hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate)
Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: City Hospital

More insights into life at Guy's and St Thomas '. Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: St Thomas

: Garden Invaders

A natural-style pond becomes the central feature in today's transformation.

: House Invaders

Three rooms are transformed in just one day using using only leftover wood, fabric and paint. Followed by News; Weather

: Bargain Hunt

The antiques challenge visits
Derby University.

: Wipeout

Elimination quiz.

: BBC News

Weather (5)

: Regional News


: Neighbours

Saxon's father makes an offer. Repeated at 5.35pm

: Doctors

A Quick Fix. Oliver's radio phone-in reveals a family truth. Episode written by David Thornhill For cast see Tuesday and Friday


Written By: David Thornhill

: Murder, She Wrote

Christopher Bundy- Died on Sunday. A ruthless publisher is put out of business with a bullet. First shown on ITV Fancy the Murder. She Wrote tune on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.

Florrie finds a party hat.
Repeated tomorrow 10.40am on BBC2


Ends 5.35.
The Woody Woodpecker Show
Triple bill. Woody becomes a spy. the kids take part in some medieval games and Woody has a race. Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2

4.05 Mona the Vampire
Chaney finds an asteroid, which brings him more chills than thrills.

4.15 The Cramp Twins
Mr Cramp decides it's time to give up riding the bucking bull.

4.30 The Queen's Nose
The girls go back in time and relive an awful day.
Written by Phil Hughes

4.55 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Another update.

5.00 Blue Peter
Konnie lands on an erupting volcano in Hawaii, explores one of the most advanced telescopes ever, and goes diving and dancing. Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7.10am on BBC2
Fancy the Blue Peter theme on your phone? Visit [web address removed]

5.25 Newsround


Writer (The Queen's Nose): Phil Hughes
Sam: Ella Jones
Sophie: Dominique Moore
Pansy: Grace Atherton
Melody: Heather-Jay Jones
Jack: Gregg Chillin
Mr Fisher: Phillip Bird
Presenter (Blue Peter): Konnie Huq

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.


Unknown: Huw Edwards.

: Regional news magazine

Details on Monday (sj
Followed by Weather with David Braine.


Unknown: David Braine.

: Watchdog

Nicky Campbell , Kate Sanderson , Paul Heiney and Ashley Blake investigate some of the 1,000-plus complaints that have been received about a mobile phone company.
Editor Doug Carnegie CONTACT DETAILS: phone [number removed] (calls charged at national rate), or email via the programme's website: www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog.


Unknown: Nicky Campbell
Unknown: Kate Sanderson
Unknown: Paul Heiney
Unknown: Ashley Blake
Editor: Doug Carnegie

: Bloomers' Best Bits

Classic mishaps from BBC shows. Hosted by Terry Wogan. Director Becky Martin ; Producer Clare Ragsdale


Unknown: Terry Wogan.
Director: Becky Martin
Producer: Clare Ragsdale

: The National Lottery - Midweek Draws

Phillip Schofield hosts the midweek draws.


Unknown: Phillip Schofield

: Animal Hospital

Rolf Harris joins the team at RSPCA Harmsworth in north London for a new ten-part series. Inspector Becky Griffiths needs police help to break into a house believed to hold two abandoned dogs, while Jamie Darting reports from Norway on the plight of Free Willy star Keiko the killer whale.
Executive producer Clare Sillery: Series producer Tony Moulsdale


Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Becky Griffiths
Unknown: Jamie Darting
Producer: Tony Moulsdale

: Fawlty Towers: A Touch of Class

An episode of the classic series, starring John Cleese.

Basil tries to attract a classier clientele.


Writer: Connie Booth
Writer: John Cleese
Producer: John Howard Davies
Basil Fawlty: John Cleese

: Human Instinct

First in a new four-part series in which Professor Robert Winston explores human instincts and behaviour.
Bom to Survive. Survival instincts are honed for a world far riskier than today's. Humans react to primeval dangers, such as snakes, before being aware of them, and, when faced with life-threatening situations, achieve extraordinary feats. Producer Natasha Bondy ; Series prodcuer Jessica Cecil The rules of attraction: page 39


Unknown: Professor Robert Winston
Producer: Natasha Bondy
Unknown: Jessica Cecil

: BBC News

With Michael Buerk. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with David Braine.
Then National Lottery Update


Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: David Braine.

: Les Misérables Goes to China

Earlier this year Les Misérables became the first full-scale western musical to be performed inside Communist China. Given only days to rehearse, get used to the Shanghai
Grand Theatre and let voices acclimatise, how would the US touring cast cope? Omnibus was there to find out.
Producer Louise Hooper ; Series editor Basil Comely


Producer: Louise Hooper

: Bad to the Bone **

Crime drama starring Kristy Swanson. Having killed her mother, an heiress plans the murder of her boyfriend after taking out insurance on his life. Review page 68.
Director Bill L Norton (1997.12)
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Kristy Swanson.
Director: Bill L Norton

: Sign Zone

A selection of recently shown programmes, repeated with sign language. Ends 4.30.
Antiques Roadshow Shown on Sunday at 6.15pm
1.45 Holiday - You Call the Shots shown on Monday at 7pm
2.15 Watchdog investigating a warranty scheme that resulted in cash belonging to thousands of customers not being returned.
2.45 Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
3.30 Bargain Hunt Cambridge hosts the last in the series.
4.00 Best Inventions Update Ideas featured in the first series of Best Inventions. Postponed from 8 October

: BBC News 24

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