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: Breakfast

Presented by Matt Barbet and Susanna Reid.


Presenter: Matt Barbet
Presenter: Susanna Reid

: News 24 Sunday

Current affairs show looking at key stories and figures in the week's news. Peter Sissons hosts.
Includes News at 9.05


Presenter: Peter Sissons
Editor: Paul Harvey
Editor: Barney Jones

: Heaven & Earth with Gloria Hunniford

Gloria is joined by Henry Olonga, the Zimbabwean cricketer whose faith led him to stand up against the Mugabe regime. Also featuring music from Aled Jones.
Video podcast available at [web address removed]


Presenter: Gloria Hunniford
Guest: Henry Olonga
Singer: Aled Jones
Series Producer: Andrew Tomlinson
Executive Producer: Chris Loughlin

: Countryfile

Juliet Morris is in Dorset to celebrate the centenary of scouting. Plus an alarming report on the collapse of bee colonies across the USA.
Includes Weather for the Week Ahead


Reporter: Juliet Morris
Series producer: Sarah Gibbs

: News

: 'Allo 'Allo!: An Enigma Variation

Rene has his hands full dodging the Gestapo.


Writer: David Croft
Writer: Jeremy Lloyd

: Cash in the Attic

A retired couple from Surrey sell unwanted items at auction to pay for professional photos of their grandchildren. (R)

: Murder, She Wrote: Another Killing in Cork

Jessica Fletcher encounters another felony while staying at a fishing lodge in Ireland.

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition.
Cast on Tuesday/Friday

: Dancing with the Stars

This week in the US version of Strictly Come Dancing, the pro-celebrity couples show off their fancy footwork in the quickstep and the mambo before the viewers' vote decides which unlucky pair will be making their last curtain call. (S)

: Songs of Praise

Aled Jones travels to Bath's Thermae Spa for a retrospective of hymns featured over the past year. Including Howard Goodall's re-imagining of Love Divine, All
Loves Excelling and a contemporary performance of Crown Him with Many Crowns.


Presenter: Aled Jones

: Last of the Summer Wine: 3/10: What Happened to the Horse?

An innocuous forest becomes the focus of ghostly rumours.


Writer: Roy Clarke
Director/Producer: Alan JW Bell
Norman Clegg: Peter Sallis
Truly: Frank Thornton
Nora Batty: Kathy Staff
Alvin: Brian Murphy
Howard: Robert Pyfe
Marina: Jean Fergusson
Ivy: Jane Freeman
Pearl: Juliette Kaplan
Nelly: June Whitfield
Barry: Mike Grady
Glenda: Sarah Thomas
Auntie Wainwright: Jean Alexander
Smiler: Stephen Lewis
Entwistle: Burt Kwouk
PCs: Ken Kttson
PCs: Louis Emerick

: The Great British Village Show: 7/7

Highgrove is the venue for the grand final as the series reaches its climax. Hosts Alan Titchmarsh, James Martin and Angellica Bell are joined by the winners from the six heats, while the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall present the awards.
Alan Titchmarsh's gardening tips: page 30


Presenter: Alan Titchmarsh
Presenter: James Martin
Presenter: Angellica Bell
Trophy presenter: HRH The Prince of Wales
Trophy presenter: HRH The Duchess of Cornwall
Series Producer: Michael Mannes
Executive Producer: David Young

: BBC News

Read by Jane Hill.
Regional News
Then Weather with Dan Corbett (S)


Newsreader: Jane Hill
Weather presenter: Dan Corbett

: The Chase: 8/12

Claudie is desperate to keep her appearance in court secret from Anna and Sarah. (HD)
[web address removed]


Writer: Kay Mellor
Writer: Patricia Smart
Producer: Jacinta Peel
Director: Sue Tully
Claudie Higgins: Michelle Holmes
Anna Williams: Gaynor Faye
Matt Lowe: Liam Garrigan
Sebastian Montgomery: Adam Croasdell
Sarah Williams: Nicola Stephenson
Paula Higgins: Rebekah Manning
Daisy Williams: Grace Ruiz
Luca Williams: Elliot Anthony
Adrian Huby: Paul Opacic
Liam Higgins: Christian Louis Cooke
Tom Bedford: Nicholas Gleaves
Deborah Johnson: Janet Dibley
Margaret Wright: Rachel Davies
Judge Bennett: Jim Findley
Amy: Helen Modern
Miriam Thomas: Daphne Neville
Bill Draper: Eamonn Riley
Clare Burnes: Sunetra Sarker
Fiona Jones: Heather Peace
Frank Jones: Philip Jackson
Rick Johnson: Reece Dinsdale
Ron: Malcolm Tomlinson
Simone: Emma Mills
William Montgomery: Guy Henry
Theo Jones: Charlie Connew
Jake Williams: Nathan Chaplow

: Mountain: 1/5

As part of the Ultimate Outdoors season, Griff Rhys Jones takes a spectacular journey across the UK on the country's highest peaks, starting in Scotland's North West Highlands. Here, he aims to discover how the lofty landscape has shaped people's lives.
A new series of Wainwright's Walks follows on BBC4
BBC Focus Magazine: the September issue features an interview with Griff Rhys Jones. On sale 2 August, price £3.40
Upward bound: page 16; Book offer: page 18


Presenter: Griff Rhys Jones
Series producer: Ian MacMillan
Executive producer: Hamish Barbour

: BBC News

With Jane Hill.
Then Weather with Philip Avery (S)


Newsreader: Jane Hill
Weather presenter: Philip Avery

: Medium: 11/22: Apocalypse, Push

Series three. Kenneth Push suffers haunting visions about a murder. (S)

: The Rage: Carrie 2

Belated horror sequel with Emily Bergl. Life at Bates High School is unremarkable for moody loner Rachel Lang, until the death of her friend precipitates the awakening of her telekinetic powers.
Review page 40 (1999, 18)
Followed by Weatherview


Director: Katt Shea
Rachel Lang: Emily Bergl

: Sign Zone

Repeats are not indicated.

The Great British Village Show
A visit to Petworth in West Sussex.

1.30 Holby City
Lord Byrne suffers a stroke.

2.30 Peter Scott: a Passion for Nature
A profile of the wildlife artist and broadcaster.



Subject (Peter Scott: a Passion for Nature): Peter Scott

: BBC News 24


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