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: Breakfast

Presented by Bill Turnbull and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Daily Play


Presented By: Bill Turnbull
Presented By: Natasha Kaplinsky.

: Animal Park

Danger is in the air as staff
Prepare to de-horn a rhino and move a pair of male lions.
(Revised repeat)

: Homes Under theHammer

A flat and shop in Plymouth, a Piece of land without planning Permission in Sussex and a semi in Hampshire are all up for auction. Followed by News; Weather

: To Buy or Not to Buy

Test-driving a townhouse and bedendbreakfast accommodation in Staffordshire.

: House Invaders

An overcrowded study and two dreary rooms are revamped in an Art Nouveau style. Followed by News; Weather

: Bargain Hunt

Two teams compete for bargains at the Derby antiques fair.

: Car Booty

Attempting to sell some pricey collectables to raise funds for a new computer.

: BBC News


: Neighbours

Toadie wakes from his coma. Connor is moved by Lou's generosity. Scott attempts to make a good impression.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)

: Cash in the Attic

An auction addict wants to turn her dead husband's darkroom into an art studio.

: Father Dowling Mysteries

The Mafia Priest 2/2. With the real killer dead. can the family connection in a murder ever be discovered?

: News; Weather

Regional News

: CBeebies

Ends 3.45.
Balamory Suzie wants to play a drivinggame.
Writer Wayne Jackman


Unknown: Balamory Suzie
Unknown: Wayne Jackman


Ends 5.35.
Dennis the Menace A gorilla is on the loose.
4-10 Tom and Jerry Kids Three animated cat-and-mouse capers.
4.30 Fairly Odd Parents Timmy wants the lead role in the school musical.
4-45 Cavegirl Does Upright Man really exist? Continues Friday, 4.45pm.
4.55 The Agents 4/16. The agents are given their budget as the competition to develop the skills of the selected school-age comedians intensifies.
5.25 Newsround


Cavegirl: Stacey Cadman
Mum: Jennifer Guy
Gran: Gabrielle Downey
Chief: Kenneth Collard
Big Sis: Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty
Roast: Harry Capehom
Stiks: Tj Sorrell

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.40pm (AD)

: BBC News

With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news


Unknown: Dermot Murnaghan
Unknown: Sian Williams.

: Regional news magazine

Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.


Unknown: Michael Fish.

: Natalie Cassidy Goes Wild in Australia

' Swapping Walford for Queensland, Australia, the actress who plays Sonia in EastEnders chases man-eating crocodiles, performs surgery on a koala, confronts the killer cassowary bird and falls for a kangaroo called Eric.
Producer Colette Camden; Executive producer Janine Waddell
7.55 The National Lottery - Midweek Draws Dale Winton with the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.


Producer: Janine Waddell
Unknown: Dale Winton

: Pushed to the Limit - Britain's Toughest Family

3/10. " It doesn't matter how tough you think you are, fire is a great leveller," says ex-SAS man Chris Ryan as the four remaining families are asked to tackle a blazing house and rescue casualties at the fire service college in Gloucestershire. Only three families will qualify for the next stage at the end of this gruelling test.


Presenter: Chris Ryan
Director: Anne Backhouse
Series Producer: Matthew Cole

: Rail Cops

3/8. Men are behaving badly this week as PC Maggie Lyle has to overcome the language barrier when she catches a Norwegian football fan urinating on a track. Another man at least finds a public toilet to do his business, but when he is accused of inappropriate behaviour PC Bob Gee is called to investigate. Meanwhile probationer Mo Shah is sent to tackle furry creatures and drunks at London Bridge station. Series producer Hugh Dehn ; Executive producer Roger Graef


Unknown: Maggie Lyle
Unknown: Bob Gee
Unknown: Mo Shah
Producer: Hugh Dehn
Producer: Roger Graef

: The Stress Test

3/6. Chef. Shane Osborn is a Michelin-starred chef in charge of a top London restaurant. Augmenting the demands of an already stressful job, Shane is both a workaholic and a perfectionist, with the result that he rarely sees his girlfriend, and hasn't phoned his mother for months. Can the experts help Shane find a way of creating space before the self-imposed pressure takes too heavy a toll?
Director Helen Foulkes ; Series producers Gaby Koppel , Sion Taylor


Unknown: Shane Osborn
Director: Helen Foulkes
Producers: Gaby Koppel
Producers: Sion Taylor

: BBC News

With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish. Then National Lottery Update


Unknown: Fiona Bruce.
Unknown: Michael Fish.

: Medical Mysteries

2/3. Lorenzo's Oil. Seventeen years ago Augusto and Michaela Odone 's young son was diagnosed with a rare, incurable and fatal disease, adrenoleukodystrophy.
Refusing to give up hope, the couple studied neurological textbooks and created a controversial DIY medicine known as "Lorenzo's Oil". How has theirwork-which was made famous in a 1992 film - impacted on the lives of families blighted by ALD, and will the results of a 12-year clinical trial finally prove whether the treatment works?
Producer Lucy Bailey ; Executive producer Anne Laking


Unknown: Michaela Odone
Producer: Lucy Bailey
Producer: Anne Laking

: Contagious *

- Thriller starring Lindsay Wagner as an epidemiologist who attempts to avert a catastrophe after cholera-infected meals are discovered to have been served on board a US-bound plane. Review page 49.
Director Joe Napolitano (1997, 12)
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Lindsay Wagner
Director: Joe Napolitano

: Sign Zone

Signed programmes. Ends 4.10.
Jimmy's Farm 2/4. The Essex boy plans to be selling sausages within four weeks but the butchery is still a crumbling shed.
First shown on BBC2 (AD) 83
2.10 Dangerous Passions 3/3. Following a range of couples in order to examine anger and its close links with love.
3.10 Child Rescuers: This World One man's efforts to save Costa Rica's children from sexual exploitation. First shown on BBC2

: BBC News 24

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