Presented by Bill Turnbull and Natasha Kaplinsky. including 6.00 Breakfast Briefing with Moira Stuart (Mon-Wed), Kate Sanderson (Thu, Fri); 6.15, 6.45,
7.15, 7.45, 8.15, 8.45 weather with Helen Willetts ; 6.20, 7.35,
8.35 sport: 6.27, 6.56, 7.27,
7.56,8.27,8.56 national and regional news; 6.50, 7.25, 7.50,
8.25 business news.
Editor Richard Porter Then The National Lottery Daily Play
Buddy Boar makes his directorial debut, then the show faces being taken off the air.
4.05 Mona the Vampire
Mona has a snaky problem.
4.20 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Cam's book agent fails to impress.
(Cast on Thursday)
4.35 The Scooby Doo Show
A mystery involving a witch and zombie is tackled by the gang.
13/14. Lucy and Harry are desperate to find a way off the island.
(Concludes Thursday 5pm.)
Writer (The Story of Tracy Beaker):
Will Jim be able to keep Dot's illness a secret?
Writer Si Spencer This week's episodes produced by Pam Fraser Solomon (Mon only), Steve Finn and directed by Karl Neilson (Mon only), Steve Finn
Cast on Thursday and Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
Will's disciplinary hearing puts his medical future in question, but will the hard-nosed Connie come to his rescue?
Writer Andrea Earl ; Producers Chris Ballantyne and Emma Kingsman Lloyd
Director Simon Massey (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/holby
The Promise 2/2. Metcalfe battles to save his marriage, the chief suspects are found dead at the hospital, and DS Kate Beauchamp is plagued by horrific images and fears for her sanity. Concludes after the news. Contains strong language and scenes that viewers may find disturbing.
More cast on Monday at 9pm Videoplus code for 9.00-11.05pm (non-PDC) BBC DVD: Messiah series one and two released on 6 September. £19.99
PO Peter Reeves:
PO Darrell Teague:
Ingenious film noir thriller starring Dennis Quaid as troubled English professor Dexter Cornell who, having been given a slow-acting poison, reports his own murder to a shocked police force. Review page 44.
Directors Rocky Morton and Annabel Jankel (1988,15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed programmes. Ends 2.40.
Star Sale 4/5. Uri Geller and Tamara Beckwith provide
Carl Wilde and Paul Hayes with items for auction.
1.40 Time Machine 1/3. The World Shaped by Time. Charting
Earth's evolution from the Big Bang onwards with the aid of the latest film and computer-generated techniques.
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