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: Breakfast

With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan
Unknown: Natasha Kaplinsky.

: Kilroy

Studio discussion. Followed by News; Weather

: The Morning Show

Debate, lifestyle features and celebrity interviews.
Contacts: text [number removed] (messages cost around 10p each): phone [number removed] (charged at national rate); vote on this morning's issues on [number removed] (calls 10p); email: [email address removed] [web address removed]
Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Director: Ian Blandford
Editor: Jay Hunt

: Big Strong Boys

A subtle Greek temple theme transforms a characterless lounge.

: Trading Up In the Sun

A beautiful villa on the Costa del Sol is discovered and done up by the duo. Followed by News; Weather

: Bargain Hunt

Sussex hosts the antiques challenge.

: Passport to the Sun

Travel team manager Brian's patience is tested.

: BBC News

Weather

: Regional News

Weather

: Neighbours

First love blossoms for Boyd.
Repeated at 5.35pm

: Doctors

Preservation. Helen's caught up with a strange pair of twins.
Episode written by Graham White
More cast on Friday

Contributors

Written By: Graham White
Julia Parsons: Diane Keen
Alice Bonham: Ruth Platt
Paul Bonham: Timothy Dennihan
Maria Bonham: Kristal Watkins
Mandy Styles: Tehmina Sacranie
John Langford: Howard Saddler
Amy: Jo Dyce
Hilary: Serena Harris
Barbara Byers: Julie T Wallace
Geoffrey Byers: Martin Buchan
Natalie Byers: Catherine Kinsella
James Byers: Jody Latham

: Murder, She Wrote

Deadline for Murder. A veteran reporter has a deadly grudge.
First shown on ITV

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.
Fimbles
Fimbo finds pictures.
Repeated tomorrow 9.40am on BBC2

: CBBC

Ends 5.35.

Arthur
Muffy has a bad week and we see life through Arthur's eyes.

4.10 The Cramp Twins
The pair play a trick on Wayne.

4.20 X-periMENTAL
How many kids does it take to lift a ton? Sheffield and Manchester teams compete in the science game, with Ortis and Holly Willoughby.

4.35 The Fairly Odd Parents
A bike gets out of control and Timmy learns a lesson.

5.00 Blue Peter
Including the third Tanzania report from Matt Baker.
Repeated with sign language tomorrow7.20 am on BBC2
BBC Blue Peter Magazine: £1.85

5.20 Newsround Extra
A look at music scenes from bhangra to goth and nu-metal.

Contributors

Presenter (X-periMENTAL): Ortis
Presenter (X-periMENTAL): Holly Willoughby
Presenter (Blue Peter): Matt Baker

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. Including weather summary.

Contributors

Unknown: Huw Edwards.

: Regional news magazine

Details on Monday 22i
Followed by Weather with Rob McElwee.

Contributors

Unknown: Rob McElwee.

: Kids on Top

Concluding the experiment in which the traditional roles of children and parents are reversed for a week. Vegetables are consigned to the dustbin as Liz's two sons squander the family's entire weekly budget for groceries on sweets. Series producer Adam Purver ; Executive producer Julian Mercer

Contributors

Producer: Adam Purver
Producer: Julian Mercer

: Kenyon Confronts

Fugitives' Paradise. With Spain's "Costa del Crime" shut down, northern Cyprus - a country with which the UK has no extradition treaty- is the new destination of choice for British criminals on the run. Posing as a tourist to avoid detection, Paul Kenyon goes on the trail of a drug baron, a multi-million-pound fraudster, and other expatriate gangsters.
Director Derek Jones ; Series producer Kate Middleton

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Kenyon
Director: Derek Jones
Producer: Kate Middleton

: The National Lottery - Midweek Draws

Eamonn Holmes hosts the midweek draws.
Director Barbara Wiltshire

Contributors

Unknown: Eamonn Holmes
Director: Barbara Wiltshire

: Weakest Link Special: Radio Faces

Anne Robinson challenges nine radio personalities, including Tony Blackburn, Pat Sharp and Jono Coleman , to a battle of wits in tonight's edition of the elimination quiz. Producers Alexandra McLeod. Jo Street ; Series producer Dee Todd

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson
Unknown: Pat Sharp
Unknown: Jono Coleman
Producers: Alexandra McLeod.
Producers: Jo Street
Producer: Dee Todd

: The Life of Mammals

Return to the Water. David Attenborough discovers that, while mammals such as manatees and sea otters left dry land millions of years ago, the blue whale has always had its home in the sea. And though some marine mammals such as seals and sea lions still come ashore to breed, many conduct their mating rituals in the water.
Producer Neil Lucas ; Series producer Mike Salisbury BBCi: interactivity available to digital viewers in the last part of the programme Mammal of the Week: Humpback Whale follows at 10pm on BBC4
RT SHOP: books The Life of Mammals. £18.99 (usually £19.99) and Life on Air. £17.99 (usually £18.99) incl p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) or visitwww.radiotimes.com/rtshop. Video also available, £19.99

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Producer: Neil Lucas
Producer: Mike Salisbury

: BBC News

With Peter Sissons. 10.25 Regional News
Then Weather with Rob McElwee.
Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Rob McElwee.

: Match of the Day

Will any of the lower-division and non-league sides be celebrating acts of "giant-killing" this evening?
Ray Stubbs and Mark Lawrenson introduce highlights of the FA Cup third-round replays, with commentary from
Barry Davies , Steve Wilson , Simon Brotherton and Tony Gubba. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Mark Lawrenson
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Steve Wilson
Unknown: Simon Brotherton
Unknown: Tony Gubba.
Producer: Phil Bigwood
Editor: Paul Armstrong

: Poison Pen

For nearly 20 years, one of Britain's most prolific poison-pen campaigns spread fear among the residents of the North Yorkshire village of Manfield. This documentary reveals how the culprit was finally caught.
Producer Claire Kavanagh ; Director Norman Hull

Contributors

Producer: Claire Kavanagh
Director: Norman Hull

: Tails You Live, Heads You're Dead

Thriller starring Corbin Bernsen. Ted McGinley and Tim Matheson .
A serial killer's potential victim employs a private eye in a desperate bid to stay alive. Review page 41.
Director Tim Matheson (1995, 15)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Corbin Bernsen.
Unknown: Ted McGinley
Unknown: Tim Matheson
Director: Tim Matheson

: Sign Zone

Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.55.
Antiques Roadshow Shown Sunday at 6.45pm
2.25 Watchdog Consumer show. Shown yesterday 7pm
2.55 The Life of Mammals Chisellers. David Attenborough shares his fascination with, and horror of, rodents.
3.55 Kids on Top Shown last Monday
4.25 DIY SOS Home-improvement show. Shown last Thursday

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough

: BBC News 24









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