With Dermot Murnaghan and Jules Botfield.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Daily Play
The lively weekday topical discussion show.
Matthew Kelly , Nadia Sawalha and Roger Black uncover more true-life stories from London's Guy's and St Thomas '.
Director Sue Robinson ; Series editor
Peter Hayton Followed by News; Weather
Tim Wonnacott hosts the antique game show from Swinderby,
Lincolnshire. Followed by News; Weather
The Edwards family try to raise over L3,000 through selling their heirlooms in a bid to pay for a Disneyland trip.
Panellists Richard Whiteley , Nina Myskow and Ian McCaskill try to guess the identity of two celebrity homeowners.
Steph tries playing peacemaker between the warring Scully and Hoyland households.
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Safe and Sorry. A teenage ME Patient is exploited at a party, and Faith's personal life is impinging on her work.
Writer Dawn Harrison For cast see
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Mis-Diagnosis Murder. No one believes Jesse when he warns of foul play over a man who died in a car park. is)
Balamory Josie wants to play at going to the shops with the nursery children.
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Arthur Prunella orders a limited edition book, and Arthur and DW watch puerile TV shows.
4-10 The Mummy TheO 'Connells investigate the ransacking of several Egyptian tombs.
4.35 Watch My Chops Corneil tries to convince John and Beth that the stray cat Bernie found is a troublemaker.
5.00 Blue Peter Simon Thomas and Matt Baker undergo a rigorous selection procedure as they aim to qualify as paratroopers.
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5.25 Newsround (5)
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
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Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
4/8. The annual Zapcat powerboat race in Newquay ends in disaster, while the Dorset coastguard helicopter crew attend to a life-threatening emergency at Portland.
Director Karen Beland ; Series producer Lucinda Axelsson
6/7. Morland Sanders reports on a dangerous gang of car thieves, a wedding craze sweeping the North West and Muhammad Ali 's forgotten visit to Tyneside in 1977. Series director Rachel Bowering ; Executive producer Ian Cundall
3/3. Future Reptiles. From house-breaking cobras and pampered pet pythons to alligators on golf courses and crocodiles in the Sahara, the ever-adaptable reptile is on a collision course with our fast-changing world. Many of them can teach us valuable lessons about biotechnology and medicine, but others can wreak havoc on humans.
Producer Holly Spearing ; Series producer Phil Chapman
This time last year news broadcasts were filled with images of military conflict as coalition troops set about toppling
Saddam Hussein 's regime. But away from the battlefields, US forces were hacking computer networks, infiltrating
Iraqi radio stations and using satellites and collaborators to stay one step ahead of the enemy. Here, those who waged this clandestine war talk about their experiences. Director Nick London; Executive producer Paul Woolwich
With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
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6/6. Tara Palmer-Tomkinson . With her royal connections, hedonistic lifestyle and addiction problems, the antics of Britain's best-known It Girl have been manna from heaven for the red-tops. Piers Morgan talks to the socialite about the stories which have raised her profile over the last decade. Producer Donna McLaughlin ; Series producer Gloria Wood
A Jewish doctor and mother of five, Lilli Jahn was condemned to die at the hands of the Nazis after being betrayed by her own Christian husband. While in captivity at the Breitenau labour camp she was in constant correspondence with her children. Their letters resurfaced six years ago, and Lilli's grandson Martin, astonished by what he read, turned her story into a book. In this film Martin and Lilli's eldest daughter Use return to the places where she spent her final years.
Comedy drama starring
Robert nDuvall and James Earl Jones. A middle-aged southerner discovers late in life that he has a black half-brother living in Chicago. When the two men meet, they must deal with their mutual bitterness and bigotry. Review page 57.
Director Richard Pearce (1996, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed programmes. Ends 4.15.
The Food Police 4/6. Horror stories about eating fish.
2.15 A Child of Our Time 2/3. Read My Lips. Robert Winston weighs up his subjects' nascent communication skills.
3.15 SAS Desert - Are You Tough Enough? 4/6. The volunteers launch an attack while coming under fire. First shown on BBC2