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: Breakfast

With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinksy in the studio and. from 8.30, Craig Doyle reporting from Wimbledon.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan
Unknown: Natasha Kaplinksy
Unknown: Craig Doyle

: Kilroy

Studio discussion. Followed by News; Weather

: City Hospital

Live updates from Guy's and St Thomas '. Presented by Nadia Sawalha. Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: St Thomas
Presented By: Nadia Sawalha.

: Trading Treasures

Buckinghamshire is host to today's programme, with experts Mark Franks and Chris Gower on hand to assess items ready for a car boot sale. With Lome Spicer.


Unknown: Mark Franks
Unknown: Chris Gower
Unknown: Lome Spicer.

: Bargain Hunt

Tim Wonnacott strives to keep two teams of enthusiastic
Brummies under control at a Coventry antiques fair. Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: Tim Wonnacott

: Wimbledon 2003

Sue Barker introduces live grass-court action as the second round of the All England championships gets underway. www.bbc.co.uk/wimbtedonBBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information


Introduces: Sue Barker

: BBC News


: Regional News


: Wimbledon 2003

Continued coverage from London SW19. Britain experienced mixed fortunes at this stage last year. Greg Rusedski progressed comfortably to the third round with a four-set victory against Hyung-Taik Lee of Korea. But with all Britain's ladies, bar Elena Baltacha , falling at the first hurdle in the singles, hopes were riding on the doubles. Unfortunately for both
Anna Hawkins and Jane O'Donoghue , and Anne Keothavong and Rachel Viollet , the second round was the last a British ladies' pair would see of the competition. Advantage - ladies: p24: Smashing offers: p26; Homework helper p38


Unknown: Greg Rusedski
Unknown: Hyung-Taik Lee
Unknown: Elena Baltacha
Unknown: Anna Hawkins
Unknown: Jane O'Donoghue
Unknown: Anne Keothavong
Unknown: Rachel Viollet

: BBC News

With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.


Unknown: George Alagiah
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: Regional news magazine

Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.


Unknown: Helen Willetts.

: Wildlife on One: Techno Wolf

With many species of wolf close to extinction, scientists are hoping to release captive animals back into the wild. Can the application of DNA testing help re-instil their complex survival instincts? David Attenborough investigates.
[web address removed]
BBC Wildlife Magazine subscription offer: page 45


Presenter: David Attenborough
Producer: Holly Spearing
Editor: Sara Ford

: Tomorrow's World Roadshows 2003

In the first of a four-part series Katie Knapman and Gareth Jones travel to Glasgow to join thousands of children at the interactive science event, where they learn how to re-create movie special effects, build rockets and why people yawn. Series producer Kate Beetham ; Executive producer Camilla Lews


Unknown: Katie Knapman
Unknown: Gareth Jones
Producer: Kate Beetham
Producer: Camilla Lews

: The National Lottery - Midweek Draws

Dale Winton hosts the midweek draws.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Suzy Lamb


Unknown: Dale Winton
Director: Richard Valentine
Producer: Suzy Lamb

: Death by Gardening

Tommy Walsh introduces a selection of gardening horror stories - liberally sprinkled with archive comedy clips - including Charlie Dimmock 's mishap on a ride-on mower and Bob Flowerdew 's disturbing strimmer incident.
Director Helga Berry ; Series producer Kerry Richardson


Introduces: Tommy Walsh
Unknown: Charlie Dimmock
Unknown: Bob Flowerdew
Director: Helga Berry
Producer: Kerry Richardson

: How to Be a Prince

On Saturday Prince William turned 21. How can the king-in-waiting avoid the mistakes of many young princes of the past who lived scandalous lives devoted to excess? Mixing history and biography, the conclusion to this two-part programme explores a model for a 21st-century prince.
Producer David Hutt ; Executive producer Michael Poole RT SHOP: video, £9.99 (inc p&p). Send a cheque, payable to RT Shop, to: [address removed], or call [number removed] (national rate) SmartTV Featured in this term's issue of Smart TV magazine: available from WHSmith; or order on [number removed]


Producer: David Hutt
Producer: Michael Poole

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts. (wj
Then National Lottery Update


Unknown: Huw Edwards.
Unknown: Helen Willetts.

: Imagine ...

The Hip-Hop Generation. More than just a musical genre, hip-hop has become a global youth culture. But why does the voice of young black America resonate equally with British teenagers from city high-rises and suburban semis? Alan Yentob embarks on a journey of discovery, encountering both young UK rappers and big US stars. Strong language. Director/Producer Mike Connolly Manu Chao Live , filmed at last year's Giastonbury Festival, follows on BBC4


Unknown: Alan Yentob
Producer: Mike Connolly
Producer: Manu Chao Live

: Harlem Nights

Crime comedy set in 1930s New York, starring Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor. Successful Harlem nightclub owner Sugar Ray and his adopted son, Quick, take on big-time gangster Bugsy Calhoune. Widescreen. Review page 58. Director Eddie Murphy (1989, 18) Film Trivia: page 65
Followed by Weathervlew


Unknown: Eddie Murphy
Unknown: Richard Pryor.
Unknown: Sugar Ray
Unknown: Bugsy Calhoune.
Director: Eddie Murphy

: Sign Zone

Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.40.
Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
2.00 Changing Rooms Transforming a dining room and a bachelor pad in Camberwell, south London.
2.30 Rogue Traders Dodgy bathroom "experts".
3.00 Bailiffs A man who owes over £1,000 for motoring offences.
3.30 Wildlife on One David Attenborough investigates flying lizards.
With enhanced commentary. Shown last Wednesday
4.00 Tabloid Tales Anthea Turner 's fall from grace.


Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Anthea Turner

: BBC News 24

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