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: Breakfast

With Michael Peschardt and Jules Botfield. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Peschardt
Unknown: Jules Botfield.

: World Athletics

Live coverage from the Stade de France, Paris, of day two at the world championships.
First off the blocks are the finalists in the women's 20km walk, followed by the start of the men's discus qualifying rounds.
At 9.00, the first round of the women's 400m hurdles sees Commonwealth champion Jana Pittman of Australia in action, as well as British medal hope
Natasha Danvers , who has set several personal bests this year.
It's s event five for the British
Olympic champion Denise Lewis in the heptathlon at 9.30, where she faces rising Swedish star Carolina Kluft in the longjump.
And, at 10.20, in the women's
400m first round, Mexico's Ana Guevara defends an unbeaten record going back two years.
Introduced by Roger Black , with Colin Jackson and Michael Johnson. (S) (W) www.bbc.co.uk/athletics
BBC!: digital viewers can watch extra coverage of the heptathlon by pressing the red button on their handset

Contributors

Unknown: Jana Pittman
Unknown: Natasha Danvers
Unknown: Denise Lewis
Introduced By: Roger Black
Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: Michael Johnson.

: The Heaven and Earth Show

While Penelope Keith and Alice Beer delight at the dolphins in north-east Scotland's Moray Firth, Ben Fogle goes in search of another creature of the deep -the elusive Loch Ness monster.
There's also a guide to Celtic symbols, and Paul Hollywood's recipe for oat-and-sultana bread with a smoked-salmon dip.
(S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Penelope Keith
Unknown: Alice Beer
Unknown: Ben Fogle
Baker: Paul Hollywood
Series Producer: Abigail Saxon
Executive Producer: Chris Loughlin

: News; Weather

for the Week Ahead

: TV Mail

Including a wife's affectionate message to her husband. With Nadia Sawalha. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Nadia Sawalha.

: Keeping Up Appearances

Comedy. Hyacinth places an advert offering her services as an "experienced hostess".
Written by Roy Clarke (R) (S)

Contributors

Written By: Roy Clarke

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition.
The next episode is tonight at 8pm
Cast Sunday/Thursday (S) (W)

: World Athletics

Including continued coverage from BBC2 of the men's 100m first round, and the heptathlon javelin. Sue Barker presents.
3.00 Women's triple jump qualifying round
3.55 Women's 100m semi-finals
4.10 Men's 400m semi-finals.
Will Daniel Caines make it to his first global outdoor final?
4.40 Women's 800m semi-finals
5.00 Men's 100m second round
5.35 Heptathlon 800m
6.00 Men's 10,000m final.
Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie goes for a fifth world title. Can he hold off Kenya's Charles Kamathi , champion in 2001?
6.45 Women's 100m final.
Will America's Kelli White usurp the Ukraine's Zhanna Block ? www.bbc.co.uk/sport (S) (W) BBCi: digital viewers can watch extra coverage of the heptathlon by pressing the red button on their handset

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Caines
Unknown: Haile Gebrselassie
Unknown: Charles Kamathi
Unknown: Kelli White
Unknown: Zhanna Block

: BBC News

With Matthew Amroliwala. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs. (s) (w)

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Amroliwala.
Unknown: Peter Gibbs.

: Ground Force

Charlie Dimmock 's water feature, lovingly crafted from copper piping and regarded by some as a design classic, became the centrepiece of a project at a residential caravan site in Brotherton, North Yorkshire. One year on, there's a shock in store when she makes a return visit.
Director John Thornicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Dimmock
Director: John Thornicroft
Producer: Carol Haslam

: EastEnders

Billy resorts to desperate measures to repay his debt. And will Martin's shady horticultural sideline bear fruit?
Episode written by Si Spencer More cast on Thursday Repeated tonight and tomorrow at 10pm on BBC3 Next episode on Tuesday (S) (W) Alison Graham's Soap & Flannel: page 34

Contributors

Writer: Si Spencer
Kat Slater: Jessie Wallace
Billy Mitchell: Perry Fenwick
Andy Hunter: Michael Higgs
Martin Fowler: James Alexandrou
Pauline Fowler: Wendy Richard
Derek Harkinson: Ian Lavender
Janine Butcher: Charlie Brooks
Barry Evans: Shaun Williamson
Paul Trueman: Gary Beadle
Garry Hobbs: Ricky Groves
Laura Beale: Hannah Waterman
Alfie Moon: Shane Richie
Spencer Moon: Christopher Parker
Little Mo Mitchell: Kacey Ainsworth

: PD James's Death in Holy Orders

Members of St Anselm's theological college close ranks as Dalgliesh's investigations uncover a web of intrigue in the conclusion to this gripping two-part murder mystery.
(S) (W) www.bbc.co.uk/drama BBC PRODUCTS: PD James's Devices and Desires audio book, CD£15.99; cassette f 10.99. Both available from www.bbcshop.com
PD James and Martin Shaw discuss Dalgliesh: page 22 Alan Howard - Face of the Week: page 49

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Shaw
Unknown: Alan Howard
Cmdr Adam Dalgliesh: Martin Shaw
Emma Lavenham: Janie Dee
AC Harkness: John Fortune
Raphael Arbuthnot: Jesse Spencer
George Gregory: Hugh Fraser
Father Sebastian: Alan Howard
Father Martin: Robert Hardy
Father Peregrine: Jeff Rawie
Father John: John Clegg
Insp Kate Miskin: Victoria Scarborough
DS Tony Rudson: Stephen Noonan
Archdeacon Crampton: Clive Wood
Agatha Betterton: Freda Dowie
Ronald Treeves: Will Willoughby
Eric Surtees: Tom Goodman-Hill
Karen Surtees: Emma Rydal
Ruby Pilbeam: Maggie McCarthy
Margaret Munroe: Julia McKenzie
Peter Buckhurst: Alex Hassell
I nsp Roger Yarborough: Roger Moriidge
Clive Stannard: Jonathan Coy
George Manion: Richard Huw
Liz Crampton: Teddie Thompson
Parishioner: James Curran
Sir Alred Treeves: David Calder
Mildred Fawcett: Bridget Turner
Pathologist: Alex Avery
Robert Clark: Richard Cubison
Policeman: Christopher Fox

: BBC News

With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Peter Gibbs. (S) (W) www.obc.co.uk/newsl

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Amroliwala.
Unknown: Peter Gibbs.

: The One and Only Rolling Stones

While many men of their age are enjoying retirement, Mick Jagger , Keith Richards , Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts show no sign of slowing down - this weekend, the Rolling Stones embark on the final leg of their Licks world tour.
Tonight's story begins 43 years ago in Dartford, Kent, where Jagger and Richards, two avid American R 'n' B fans, first compared record collections. But what is it that singles them out? Family, friends and fans discuss sex, drugs, controversy and, of course, unforgettable music.
Producer/Director Chris Wilson (S) (W) Pop's greatest rivalry: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Mick Jagger
Unknown: Keith Richards
Unknown: Ronnie Wood
Unknown: Charlie Watts
Director: Chris Wilson

: The Client

9 Thriller based on John Grisham 's novel. Mark Sway attracts the interest of both the law and the Mafia when he sees the suicide of a mob defence lawyer. Widescreen. Review page 42.
Director Joel Schumacher (1994, 15) (S) (W) Film Trivia: page 47
Followed by Weatherview (W)

Contributors

Unknown: John Grisham
Director: Joel SchumacHer
Reggie Love: Susan Sarandon
Roy Foltrigg Tommy: Lee Jones
Dianne Sway: Mary-Louise Parker
Barry Muldano: Anthony Lapaglia
McThune: Jt Walsh
Clint Von Hooser: Anthony Edwards
Mark Sway: Brad Renfro
Sergeant Hardy: Will Patton
Dr Greenway: William H MacY
Judge Roosevelt: Ossie Davis

: BBC News 24









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