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: Breakfast

Presented by Bill Turnbull and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Breakfast Briefing at 6.00; weather every half-hour from 6.15; national/ regional news half-hourly from 6.27.
Editor David Kermode

Contributors

Presented By: Bill Turnbull
Presented By: Natasha Kaplinsky.
Editor: David Kermode

: To Buy or Not to Buy

A DIY-mad couple in search of a new project visit Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire.

Contributors

Unknown: Melton Mowbray

: Money Spinners

Can a family reduce their debts and raise enough for a computer in Just one month? (Revised rpt) FOllowed by News; Weather

: Trading Up

Louise Lear and Kevin Allan visit the West Midlands to help a woman sell her Victorian home.

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Lear
Unknown: Kevin Allan

: Car Booty

Will the sale of bronze figures raise enough cash to buy a state-of-the-art laptop? FOllowed by News; Weather

: Bargain Hunt

Two teams of morris dancers cross sticks at Uttoxeter antiques fair in Staffordshire.

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Neighbours

Sindi investigates her past.
Repeated at 5.35pm

: Cash in the Attic

Unwanted items are sold off to raise money for a comfy reclining chair.

: Diagnosis Murder

Retribution 1/2 A Mob boss orders Steve's elimination. Concludes tomorrow at 2.35pm.

: News; Weather

Regional News

: CBBC: Bodger and Badger

Mousey and Badger plan a round-the-world trip.

Contributors

Writer: Andy Cunningham

: CBBC: Tom & Jerry Kids

Triple bill of cat-and-mouse fun.

: CBBC: The Make Shift

Ideas for frozen fruity drinks.

: CBBC: Kerching!

11/13. Series two. Missy tries to set up a date for Danny with Kareesha.
(More on Wed at 4.35pm)

Contributors

Writer: Sheila Hyde

: CBBC: Blue Peter

Sixty years after VJ Day, the team travel to Hiroshima and Pearl Harbor to learn more about this pivotal period in history and meet surviving prisoners of war.

: CBBC: Newsround

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.40pm

: BBC News

With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Followed by Weather with Carol Kirkwood.
6.30 BBC London News
Emily Maitlis rounds up events in the capital.
Editor Catherine Hearne ; Executive editor Jane Mote
7.00 7.30 Cash in the Attic Raising E:1,000 to reupholster a sofa. Producer Bernard Periatambee

Contributors

Unknown: George Alagiah
Unknown: Sian Williams.
Unknown: Carol Kirkwood.
Editor: Catherine Hearne
Editor: Jane Mote
Producer: Bernard Periatambee

: South East Today

Local news reports, introduced by Rob Smith, Ian Palmer and Beverley Thompson.

Contributors

Presenter: Rob Smith
Presenter: Ian Palmer
Presenter: Beverley Thompson
Editor: Quentin Smith

: Look East Special

A look at events commemorating the 60th anniversary of VJ Day. With Stewart White and, in the regular half-hour slot from Tuesday to Friday, Amelia Reynolds.
Producers Julian Sturdy (Mon); Ian Kings , Steve Silk (Tue-Fri)

Contributors

Unknown: Stewart White
Unknown: Amelia Reynolds.
Unknown: Ian Kings
Unknown: Steve Silk

: Memories of a Forgotten War

To mark the 60th anniversary of VJ Day, soldiers and PoWs tell their stories, while ex-commandos return to Burma. Producer David Fenton

Contributors

Producer: David Fenton

: Real Story with Fiona Bruce

A report on alarming levels of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in chicken destined for the dinner table.
Producer Mike Lewis ; Editor Dave Stanford NOTE: as Real Story reacts to the news, its content may change

Contributors

Producer: Mike Lewis
Editor: Dave Stanford

: EastEnders

Sharon returns from Spain and sets out to find Den. Rosie unwisely offers Leo's mum access to Aleesha. Writer Lucy Blincoe Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soap & Flannel: page 40; For cast list see page 41
One Final Question with Tracy-Ann Oberman: page

Contributors

Writer: Lucy Blincoe

: Disaster Masters

8/10. A freak flood devastates homes and businesses in Leeds, while blockage busters Andre and Jimmy shift a fetid obstruction. Barbara Windsor narrates. Producer Becky Clarke ; Executive producer Paul Wooding

Contributors

Producer: Becky Clarke
Producer: Paul Wooding

: Silent Witness

4/4. Mind and Body 1/2. What is the connection between January House, a treatment centre for the mentally ill, and a spate of violent deaths on London's streets? Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Jeff Povey ; Producer Tim Bradley ; Director Richard Signy
For further cast see tomorrow

Contributors

Unknown: Jeff Povey
Producer: Tim Bradley
Director: Richard Signy
Dr Harry Cunningham: Tom Ward
Nikki Alexander: Emilia Fox
Leo Dalton: William Gaminara
Kevin Perry: Stuart Clark
SOCO Carlton: John McGraw
DCI Connors: Terence Maynard
David Nicholson: Brett Fancy
Dr Morrie Sanders: Richard Hope
Ravinder Theara: Badria Timimi
Hattie: Ruth Mitchell

: BBC News

With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Bruce.
Unknown: Alex Deakin.

: The Bigger Picture with Graham Norton

3/6. Saucy comedy and celebrity guests on the effervescent Irish host's topical chat show, recorded in front of a studio audience earlier this evening.
Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson

Contributors

Director: Steve Smith
Producer: Jon Magnusson

: Dragonfly

Eerie supernatural romantic drama starring Kevin Costner. A hospital doctor mourning the death of his wife is convinced that she is trying to contact him from beyond the grave. Review page 52.
(2002,12)

Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

[Actor]: Kevin Costner
Director: Tom Shadyac

: Sign Zone

Signed programmes.
Bank of Mum and Dad 3/6. An air steward with a love of the high life - and mounting debts. (SL)

: Bunking Off

4/6. Chronic truant Dale, 16, is homeless for the second time in two weeks. (SL)

: Full On Food

5/6. Top British ice cream. (SL)

: BBC News 24









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