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: Breakfast

Presented by Dermot Mumaghan and Sophie Raworth.
(Timetable on Monday)


Presenter: Dermot Mumaghan
Presenter: Sophie Raworth

: Kilroy

Studio discussion, hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk.
Audience: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate)

Followed by News; Weather


Presenter: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: Housecall

Today's edition of the house and home magazine looks to Italy for inspiration. With Suzi Perry.

Followed by News; Weather


Presenter: Suzi Perry
Producer: Jane Williams

: Big Strong Boys

Jake Robinson and Gavin Lowe assist designer Sarah Matravers in the transformation of a dated stone fireplace. Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: Jake Robinson
Unknown: Gavin Lowe
Designer: Sarah Matravers

: Bargain Hunt Live

Experts Kate Alcock and Michael Hogben are on hand to proffer advice at a Staffordshire auction house.


Unknown: Kate Alcock
Unknown: Michael Hogben

: Cash in the Attic

The team are asked to sort through a loft to help raise money for a new garden.

: Neighbours

Stuart uses Amanda, and Drew and Libby consider moving.
(Repeated at 5.35pm)

: Doctors: Occupational Hazards

Jude takes a risk when a police raid exposes a bitter secret.
Episode written Ray Brooking
(Cast on Tuesday and Friday)


Writer: Ray Brooking

: Quincy: Passing

Quincy races against the clock to confirm the identity of a skull.

: CBeebies: Fimbles

Pom finds a special doll.
(Repeated tomorrow 9.10am on BBC2)

: CBBC: The Woody Woodpecker Show

Woody enters a game show and Winnie wants to go to a ball. It's Valentine's Day and love is in the air.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2)

: CBBC: Mona the Vampire

Charley's super microwave invention is a window on the future.

: CBBC: The Cramp Twins

There's a pogostick craze at school.

: CBBC: Stacey Stone

Written by Roy Apps.
The series about an agony aunt on a school newspaper returns for a new eight-part run.
Stacey has her own problems after she kisses Ed at the school disco.


Writer: Roy Apps
Stacey Stone: Lorna Craig
Ed: Jack Nelson
Joanne: Sophie McCabe
Nat: Tiffany Mulheron
Matt: Ryan Murphy
Mel: Allan McKenna
Priya: Salma Khurshid

: CBBC: CBBC at the Fame Academy

Another update.

: CBBC: Blue Peter

A top young go-karter comes into the studio, and Matt and Meg take part in sheepdog trials.
(Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2)
BBC Blue Peter Magazine: £1.85

: CBBC: Newsround

: Neighbours

(Shown at 1.45pm)

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.


Newsreader: Huw Edwards

: Regional news magazine

(Details on Monday)
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.


Weather presenter: Helen Willetts

: Watchdog

This week unscrupulous companies that are selling customers short are investigated by Nicky Campbell, Kate Sanderson and reporters Paul Heiney and Ashley Blake.

(Repeated with sign language next Wednesday)
Contact Details: phone [number removed] (calls charged at national rate), or email via the programme's website: [web address removed]


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

: Celebrity Ready Steady Cook

Terry Wogan and Gaby Roslin team up with chefs Lesley Waters and Antony Worrall Thompson for more fun food preparation against the clock. Refereed by Ainsley Harriott.
Recipes: see Ceefax page 580 or visit [web address removed]


Presenter: Ainsley Harriott
Guest: Terry Wogan
Guest: Gaby Roslin
Chef: Lesley Waters
Chef: Antony Worrall Thompson
Director: Jane Elsdon-Dew
Producer: Pauline Doidge

: The National Lottery - Midweek Draws

Phillip Schofield hosts the midweek draws.


Presenter: Phillip Schofield

: Animal Hospital

Jamie Darling visits Spain to report on the progress of Samson the alligator, while inspector Dave Fox is called to the aid of an eel trapped in an industrial museum. With Rolf Harris.


Presenter: Rolf Harris
Reporter: Jamie Darling
Subject: Dave Fox
Executive Producer: Clare Sillery
Series Producer: Tony Moulsdale

: Fawlty Towers: The Wedding Party

Basil has a shocking encounter with the permissive society when Polly's friends come to stay.
Fancy the Fawlty Towers ringtone? Visit [web address removed]


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

: Human Instinct: The Will to Win

In the penultimate part of his exploration into our motives, Professor Robert Winston examines strategies humans have developed in their quest for success.
(Repeated with sign language next week)
Testosterone - the winning ingredient: page 38


Presenter: Robert Winston
Producer/Director: Nigel Paterson
Series Producer: Jessica Cecil

: BBC News

With Peter Sissons.
10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Helen Wiletts.

Then National Lottery Update


Newsreader: Peter Sissons
Weather presenter: Helen Wiletts

: Lord Byron: Exile on Fame Street

Dubbed "mad, bad and dangerous to know" by one of his many lovers, Lord Byron was a prototype celebrity whose legend has not diminished with the passage of time. Omnibus looks at the man behind the myth and his legacy.


Director: Chris Rodley
Series Editor: Basil Comely

: Ten Things You Always Wanted to Know about Islam (but Were Afraid to Ask...)

Muslim comedian Shazia Mirza takes an offbeat look at Islam, as she answers her audiences' frequently asked questions. Topics range from fatwas to food, Mecca to marriage, and even Arsenal's hidden Muslim connection.


Presenter: Shazia Mirza
Producer: Jonathan Mayo
Executive Producer: Chris Loughlin

: The President's Analyst

Political satire starring James Coburn.
Appointed White House psychiatrist, Dr Sidney Schaefer is pursued by those keen to obtain information on national issues.
Review page 61. (1967)

Followed by Weatherview


Dr Sidney Schaefer: James Coburn
Director: Theodore J Flicker

: Sign Zone

Recent programmes with signing. Ends 4.55.

What's Your Problem?: Freewheelers
Coming to terms with spinal injuries.
(First shown on BBC2)

2.40 What's Your Problem?: One in Seven
A journey through the world of sign language.
(First shown on BBC2)

3.30 Antiques Roadshow
(Shown on Sunday at 6.15pm)

4.15 Panorama
(Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm)

: BBC News 24

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