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: Breakfast

Presented by Simon McCoy and Susanna Reid.

Contributors

Presented By: Simon McCoy
Presented By: Susanna Reid.

: Match of the Day

Shown yesterday at 10.30pm

: Breakfast with Frost

Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.30 News; Weather.
Editor Barney Jones

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Editor: Barney Jones

: Down to Earth

New series 1/4. The Bishop of Liverpool, the Right Rev James Jones , presents four services for Advent. At St Mary's Church, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, he explores the relevance of Christ's coming to modern-day concerns about the environment. Director Pamela Hossick ; Series producer Claire Campbell Smith

Contributors

Unknown: James Jones
Director: Pamela Hossick

: Countryfile

Adam Henson embarks on a three-part bid to re-create the past by walking 40 geese to market through the forests and moorland of South Wales. Plus weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Eglin

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Henson
Producer: Sarah Eglin

: The Politics Show

Scrutiny of the latest political issues, with Jeremy Vine.
From 1.00, local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and the South East by Paul Siegert. Including 12.30 News.
Editor James Stephenson

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Vine.
Unknown: Tim Donovan
Unknown: Paul Siegert.
Editor: James Stephenson

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition.
For cast see p48

: The Blue Planet

7/9. Tidal Seas. How tides have the power of life and death over stingrays, crabs, snails and other sea life.

: Keeping Up Appearances

Let There Be Light Can Richard fix the church-hall electrics?
Writer Roy Clarke

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Clarke

: Last of the Summer Wine

A Chaise Longue Too Far. Howard gets locked in his bedroom.
Writer Roy Clarke

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Clarke

: Songs of Praise

To mark Advent Sunday, Diane Louise Jordan visits London's Hillsong Church. There the enthusiastic congregation runs through lively versions of Shout to the Lord and Joy to the World, while Sinitta and her mother, singer Miquel Brown , perform Silent Night. BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: Christmas issue on sale now. L3.50

Contributors

Unknown: Diane Louise Jordan
Singer: Miquel Brown

: Fungus the Bogeyman

New series 1/3. Martin Clunes and Fay Ripley star in a drama - adapted by Mark Haddon from Raymond Briggs 's cult book - about filth-loving creatures whose world is threatened by humans.
Producer Ian Whitehead ; Director Stuart Orme Monster smash: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Clunes
Unknown: Fay Ripley
Adapted By: Mark Haddon
Unknown: Raymond Briggs
Producer: Ian Whitehead
Director: Stuart Orme
George White: Martin Clunes
JaneWhite: Fay Ripley
Tony: Tom Goodman-Hill
Jessica: Clare Thomas
TomWhite: Charlie Hicks
Fungus/Stench (voice): Mak Wilson
Mould (voice): Jordan Metcalf
Mildew (voice): Fiona Hogan
Mucus (voice): Alice" Connor
Gunge/Scab (voice): William Todd Jones
Sceptic (voice): Kate Lynch
Grot (voice): Andrew Shim
Katie: Alakina Mann
Elderly woman: Anna Wing
Patterson: Jeff Nuttall
Mrs Henderson: Fiona Terry

: Antiques Roadshow

Among the treasures that turn up in Cardiff is a dusty clock rescued from the attic that is valued in the region of £35,000. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
Signed

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Aspel.
Producer: Michele Burgess
Editor: Simon Shaw

: BBC News

With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin.

Contributors

Unknown: Darren Jordon.
Unknown: Alex Deakin.

: Elton John: an Ivor Novello Tribute

Billy Connolly hosts a star-studded event to mark Elton's inauguration into the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters. Jamie Cullum , Mary J Blige and Daniel Bedingfield perform his songs. Producer Danny Dignan ; Exec producer Beatrice Ballard Elton John and Billy Connolly in the RT Interview: p20

Contributors

Unknown: Billy Connolly
Songwriters: Jamie Cullum
Songwriters: Mary J Blige
Songwriters: Daniel Bedingfield
Producer: Danny Dignan
Producer: Beatrice Ballard
Producer: Elton John
Producer: Billy Connolly

: North and South

3/4. Thornton is heartbroken and humiliated, but a chance to impress Margaret presents itself.
Dramatised by Sandy Welch from the novel by Elizabeth Gaskell

PERIOD DRAMA
North & South 9.00pm BBC1
These are turbulent times for Margaret Hale. She was hit by a rock hurled by an angry striking mill worker last week, she's turned down a proposal from the gorgeous John Thornton, and now two of those closest to her are suffering from particularly nasty cases of Costume Drama Cough. Connoisseurs of the genre know that such an ailment can never be cured - from the moment a pasty-faced character hacks into a hanky, the writing is on the wall.
Margaret, too, knows that all will not be well, and seeing her mother fading fast, she's taken the bold step of contacting her brother, a man who's had a very good reason for making himself scarce during recent years. Her only friend in grim Milton, Bessy, also looks a bit peaky, but Bessy has much on her mind, as her dad is the Arthur Scargill figure in the mill workers' strike. But his exhortations for unity appear to be falling on deaf ears, as poverty and starvation overwhelm the workforce. Soon the town is enfolded in recrimination and terrible tragedy. AG

Contributors

Author: Elizabeth Gaskell
Dramatised by: Sandy Welch
Producer: Kate Bartlett
Director: Brian Percival
Margaret Hale: Daniela Denby-Ashe
John Thornton: Richard Armitage
Hannah: Sinead Cusack
Maria: Lesley Manville
Richard: Tim Pigott-Smith
Frederick: Rupert Evans
Dixon: Pauline Quirke
Nicholas: Brendan Coyle
John Boucher: William Houston
Bessy: Anna Maxwell Martin
Mr Bell: Brian Protheroe
Mr Latimer: Will Tacy
Ann Latimer: Lucy Brown
Mary Higgins: Kay Lyon
Mrs Shaw: Jane Booker
Captain Lennox: Travis Oliver
Henry Lennox: John Light
Edith Lennox: Emma Ferguson
Fanny Thornton: Jo Joyner
Leonards: Russell Mabey
Inspector Mason: Ben Crompton
Tom Boucher: Spencer Wild

: BBC News

With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Alex Deakin.

Contributors

Unknown: Darren Jordon.
Unknown: Alex Deakin.

: Panorama

What Happened Next? Revisiting some of the series' investigations from the last year.
Producer Jonathan Brunert ; Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat on Thursday at 2.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Producer: Jonathan Brunert
Editor: Mike Robinson

: Seven Wonders of London

Bill Oddie explores secret gardens, forests, rivers and other
London landmarks.
Producer David Stevenson
Executive producer
Dippy Chaudhary

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Oddie
Producer: David Stevenson

: Seven Wonders of the South East

Kaddy Lee-Preston tours the region's stunning natural features, including the White Cliffs of Dover.
Exec producers Linda Bell and Peter Williams

Contributors

Unknown: Kaddy Lee-Preston
Unknown: Peter Williams

: Out of Bounds

Thriller. A boarding-school pupil has an affair with the husband of her headmistress. When he goes missing, she believes he's been murdered.
Director Merlin Ward
Director Merlin Ward
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director: Merlin Ward
Veronica: Sophie Ward
Louise: Sophia Myles
DrReed: Celia Imrie
Matthew: George Asprey
Lionel: Michael Elphick

: BBC News 24









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