Presented by Dermot Mumaghan and Sophie Raworth.
With 6.00, 7.00, 8.00 news with Moira Stuart (Mon-Wed),
Kate Sanderson (Thu, Fri); 6.15,6.45,
7.50 business news with Declan Curry ; 6.25, 6.53, 7.15,7.53,
8.15,8.55 weather with Helen Willetts ; 6.27, 6.55, 7.28, 7.55,
8.28,8.55 regional news, travel;
Editor Richard Porter
The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody collects a package and Winnie tries to save the world.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2 (R) (S)
4.05 Mona the Vampire
Charley gets trapped inside the mansion of a mystery writer. (R) (S)
4.15 Eureka TV
Portable high-tech inflatable speakers. And how a jellyfish can sting, even when it's dead. With Fearne Cotton and Kate Heavenor. (S)
4.30 Ace Lightning
It's Halloween and Mark decides to throw a party. (S)
4.55 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Holly Willoughby and Jake Humphrey with the latest from the Academy.
5.00 Blue Peter
Mysteries of the night sky and Loch Ness begin a Mystery Week special. Plus music from the Harlem Gospel Choir.
With Konnie Huq, Simon Thomas, Matt Baker and Liz Barker.
Repeated tomorrow 7.10am on BBC2
With Lizo Mzimba and Adam Smyth. (S)
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.
6.30 BBC London News For
London and the Home
Counties, presented by Emily Maitlis.
Editor Sandy Smith
6.30 South East Today For
Sussex and Kent, presented by Giles Dilnot and Beverley Thompson. Editor Rod Beards
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: viewers watching on satellite can access local news magazines for London, South, West Midlands, North West and North by using the red key on their remote control. Satellite viewers in other regions wishing to see their local news programmes will need to retune to analogue.
Followed by Weather with Rob McElwee.
In the first of a new series Craig Doyle is in Australia, Rowland Rivron and his family visit Holland and Riz Lateef is in Brighton. Editor Jannine Waddell ; Series producer Gary Broadhurst
7.30 Inside Out Two people who find it hard to control their commuter rage are given a crash course in taming theirtempers.
Presented by Sumit Bose. Editor Dippy Chaudhary
7.30 Inside Out A look behind the scenes at Canterbury Cathedral, plus an interview with the outgoing Archbishop. Presented by Paul Ross.
Series editor Linda Bell
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: satellite viewers in the South East will need to retune to analogue to see their local programme.
The arrivals of Kylie Minogue and Tom Jones are expected as the fly-on-the-wall documentary series based at
London's Heathrow airport returns for a new ten-part run. Series producer Michael Houldey : Executive producer Edwina vardey
Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to survive intact. Using the latest historical research and modern technology, this one-off programme tells the story of its construction as it would have appeared to those who built it. Narrated by Omar Sharif.
Director Jonathan Stamp
Executive producer Laurence Rees
The series about real-life rescues returns for a seven-part series with the tale of four friends who survived a plane crash in Scotland only to face a ferocious blizzard.
Series producer Jane Lomas ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
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