Presented by Dermot Mumaghan and, making her debut on the programme, Natasha Kaplinsky. 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 Carol Kirkwood ; 6.27, 6.55,
7.28,7.55,8.28,8.55 regional news, travel; 6.35, 7.35, 8.35 sport. Editor Richard Porter Ten minutes with Natasha Kaplinsky : pl4
and Kent, with Giles Dilnot and Beverley Thompson. Editor Rod Beards
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Followed by Weather with Helen Young.
Sally Magnusson , Mishal Husain , Simon Weston and Adam Holloway ask whether ageing equipment and a lack of specialists could compromise Britain's military presence. Series producer Mike Lewis ; Editor Dave Stanford NOTE: as 4x4 Reports is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Stuart King has to confront 150 flying fruit bats, while paramedics Jane Riley and Gerard Robinson have an emergency when their asthma patient's condition worsens. Series producer Michael Houldey : Executive producer Edwina Vardey
The police drama returns for a third, ten-part series.
Love Is Not Love. Jim has a stressful time on Jenny's big day.
Written by Chris Murray ; Producer Kay Patrick ; Director Andy Hay
DCI John Mellows:
DS Damian Dukes:
The movie show reviews the 20th Bond adventure Die Another Day, and hears from Meera Syal and Sanjeev Bhaskar , stars of Anita and Me. Producer Hans Petch ; Series producer Tom Webber
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 Andrew Collins on 40 years of 007: page 24
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