With Dermot Murnaghan and Jules Botfield.
Including 6.00, 7.00, 8.00 news with Moira Stuart (Mon-Wed), Kate Sanderson (Thu); 6.15, 6.45, 7.50 business news; 6.17, 6.47, 7.15,
7.45,8.15, 8.45, 9.25 weather with Louise Lear ; 6.27, 6.57, 7.27,
7.57,8.27,8.57 regional news, travel; 6.35, 7.35, 8.35 sport;
6.50 London Stock Exchange.
Editor Richard Porter Then The National Lottery Dally Play
The first of this week's studio discussion shows.
New series Following the stories of staff and patients at Guy's and St Thomas ' hospital complex in London. Followed by News; Weather
Postmen take on clubbers at a Newark fair. Followed by News; Weather
An auction of Paddington Bear memorabilia in a bid to try to raise £1,000.
With Nina Myskow , Ian McCaskill and Richard Whiteley.
Susan struggles to cope.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Two's Company. An elderly lady does her utmost to avoid nursing-home aftercare.
Writer Chris Webb
More cast tomorrow
Dr Brendan Mac McGuire:
Dr Helen Thompson:
Dr Marc Eliot:
Dr Benjamin Kwarme:
Dr Greg Robinson:
Murder on the Run 2/2. Sure of his captor's innocence, Mark desperately needs new evidence before it's too late.
Balamory Why is Suzie confused? Writer Keith Brumpton
Cast on Wednesday
Double bill that sees the gang getting deeply involved in internet games.
1/13. Destructive foods feature in the return of the scientific guessing game.
With Simon Grant.
The group attempt to build a snow baby.
4.35 Lizzie McGuire
Is Lizzie a better teacher than Gordo?
5.00 Blue Peter
Konnie visits a sanctuary for abandoned tortoises.
(Rptd tomorrow 7.30am BBC2)
Presenter (Blue Peter):
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
Maitlis has London and Home Counties news.
Editor Catherine Hearne
and Giles Dilnot with Sussex and Kent news. Editor Quentin Smith
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see note on left under Other Regions
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Craig Doyle reports on a ski break in Tremblant, Canada, Valerie Singleton is in Crete, while Mary Johns reports on taking a luxury train journey through northern Spain.
Series producer Gary Broadhurst ; Executive producer Owen Gay
An investigation into the radical British Muslims who have been recruited and trained to die as suicide bombers.
Paul Kenyon also questions whether the security forces are doing enough to protect us from this new form of terror. Series producer Mike Lewis ; Editor Dave Stanford NOTE: as Real Story is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Den shocks Sharon. Gus struggles to lay down the law.
Writer Mark Clompus Cast Thursday Rptd 10pm on BBC3 (AD) TV's most wanted men: page 18; Alison Graham 's Soap &
Flannel: page 40; Who cooks the food in Albert Square?: page 40
Teenage twins want to surprise their hardworking mum with a new garden. With the team's help they tackle a big deck, a shapely garden path, an arbour, an arboretum and renovate the gazebo. The series returns in the summer. Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam
Steven Mackintosh stars in this hard-hitting drama as a control freak whose life is falling apart. Seeking out Larry, a right-wing friend from his past, Ray is set on a dangerous path. Contains strong language. Concludes at 10.35pm.
Writer Frank Deasy ; Producer Ruth Caleb ; Director Tony Smith (AD) Videoplus code for 9.00-11.35 (non-PDC) Keith Barron - Face of the Week: page 65
With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather Michael Fish.
The concluding part of tonight's drama, starring Steven Mackintosh , which examines reasons for the rise of the far right in Britain. (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/drama
Black comedy starring Matthew Lillard. Two students worried about getting into college learn they will get preferential treatment if a room-mate commits suicide. Review page 54. Director Dan Rosen (1997, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed programmes. Ends 2.05.
Fat Profits 1/3. The Money Programme investigates the British public's love affair with snack foods. First shown on BBC2
1.35 A Life of Grime 3/8. A medieval burial site yields the remains of 10.000 people.