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: Breakfast

Presented by Bill Turnbull and Kate Silverton. (5)


Presented By: Bill Turnbull
Presented By: Kate Silverton.

: Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre

Dale Edwards prepares for his driving test, overseen by a very familiar face - his mum.


Unknown: Dale Edwards

: Money Spinners

The McNestry family need to raise E3,000 for the holiday of a lifetime to Australia. But dad Jim recently lost his job. Can expert advice help? Followed by News; Weather (5)

: To Buy or Not to Buy

Kristian Digby and Sarah Walker help newlyweds find a rural retreat, armed with a E220,000 budget. (5) Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: Kristian Digby
Unknown: Sarah Walker

: Car Booty

The Zammit family want to fund a well-deserved surprise for mum Sheila, who's recently recovered from illness.

: Bargain Hunt

Holiday entertainers have fun competing in Lewes, East Sussex. With Tim Wonnacott.


Unknown: Tim Wonnacott.

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Neighbours

Bobby's playing a dangerous game. Repeated at 5.35pm

: Cash in the Attic

Cash is needed to buy an electric wheelchair for a man with a debilitating leg injury.

: Diagnosis Murder

An Education in Murder. When two students are murdered Dr
Sloan thinks he knows who did it, but not why or how.

: CBBC: Bodger and Badger

Seaside adventures with Simon and co.


Writer: Andy Cunningham
Writer: Jane Bassett

: CBBC: The Cramp Twins

Lucien tries to stop Tony's wedding.

: CBBC: Kerching!

Rudeboy's latest success, a mobile phone game, is not popular with everyone.


Writer: Sam Bain
Writer: Jesse Armstrong

: CBBC: Blue Peter

In India the team track wild elephants, and learn the story behind the Taj Mahal.

: CBBC: Newsround

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.40pm

: BBC News

With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth.
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.


Unknown: George Alagiah
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.
Unknown: Peter Gibbs.

: Life on the List

3/5. Cynthia Hindmarch and Lynne Mills are in direct competition for a rare donated liver, which will transform life for one of them and leave the future uncertain for the other. The health of reformed alcoholic
John Skevington is causing concern as he also awaits a new liver, and Brian Davies needs a corneal transplant to save his sight. See Monday's choice. www.bbc.co.uk/donation


Unknown: Cynthia Hindmarch
Unknown: Lynne Mills
Unknown: John Skevington
Unknown: Brian Davies

: Cash in the Attic

Will the sale of family heirlooms fund a F3,000 kitchen renovation at a home in London's East End? Director Miles Jarvis ; Series producer Bernard Periatambee


Director: Miles Jarvis
Producer: Bernard Periatambee

: Animal Crime Scene

2/5. Ocean Assassin. A green turtle's body is found on a beach in Costa Rica. On the land lurk crocodiles and elusive big cats, and the sea contains suspects too - sharks, swordfish and poisonous jellyfish. David Attenborough plays detective, while CCTV surveillance cameras finally reveal the killer's identity. Producer Mark Fletcher ; Series producer Hilary Jeffkins


Unknown: David Attenborough
Producer: Mark Fletcher
Producer: Hilary Jeffkins

: Cops, Robbers and Videotape

Addicted to Crime. Just 100,000 persistent offenders commit half of Britain's five million crimes. On a typical housing estate in Derby, a hardcore of just
20 are responsible for more than 80 per cent of the crime. Battling to stop them is a police unit that targets the burglars, car thieves and drug dealers. Producer Andy Wells ; Executive producer Matt Holden


Producer: Andy Wells
Producer: Matt Holden

: BBC News

With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.


Unknown: Fiona Bruce.
Unknown: John Hammond.

: The National Lottery - Midweek Draws

Dale Winton oversees the ball-juggling.


Unknown: Dale Winton

: Match of the Day

Highlights of tonight's three Premiership matches as champions Chelsea welcome West Bromwich Albion to Stamford Bridge, Arsenal take on Fulham in a London derby at Highbury and Blackburn Rovers entertain Tottenham Hotspur. With Gary Lineker.
Editor Paul Armstrong
Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: Gary Lineker.
Editor: Paul Armstrong

: Family Contract

3/3. Three generations of the Turner family live in a three-bedroom house, and it's chaos. For six years mother Debbie suffered from depression and eldest daughter Holly brought up her four siblings. But
Holly's about to move out, so it's vital Debbie can cope. Can Anjula Mutanda bring peace to the war zone?
Producer Alice Barnett ; Series producer Claire Collinson-Jones


Unknown: Anjula Mutanda
Producer: Alice Barnett

: Maternal Instincts

Melodramatic thriller r starring Delta Burke. A vengeful woman terrorises the doctor who performed an emergency hysterectomy on her without her consent. Review page 48.
Director George Kaczender (1996, 15)
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Delta Burke.
Director: George Kaczender

: Sign Zone

Signed programmes.
My Life as a Child 2/6. Blake, 11, explains why his younger brother needs toughening up.

: The Private Life of Harley Street

4/8. Iraqi boy
Alt Hussein has his face rebuilt.


Unknown: Alt Hussein

: Dealing with Dickinson

2/6. The Duke's dealers do some unauthorised shopping.

: Tsunami Prayers

3/4. What protected a small church from the full effects of the tsunami?

: BBC News 24

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