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: Breakfast

Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
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: Dermot Murnaghan
Presented By: Sian Williams.
Editor: David Kermode

: To Buy or Not to Buy

A tall couple look for properties in Leicestershire.

: Homes under the Hammer

Lucy and Martin visit properties in Greater Manchester, south
London and Wiltshire. Followed by News; Weather

: How to Live Longer

New series 1/5. Experts Amanda Hamilton and Ian Philp try to change people's ageing lifestyle habits. They have their work cut out with shift-working party girl and nurse Jan Sillett.

Contributors

Unknown: Amanda Hamilton
Unknown: Ian Philp
Unknown: Jan Sillett.

: Car Booty

Elvis fan Alan Fry from Southendon-Sea wants to raise cash for a stunt plane ride. Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Fry

: Cash in the Attic

Widowed Rachel wants to raise funds to do all the flowers for her son's wedding day.

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Neighbours

Elle makes a sacrifice for Oliver. Repeated at 5.35pm

: Doctors

Quid Pro Quo. Joe helps a girl cope with finding she has an STD.
Writer Tina Walker

Contributors

Unknown: Tina Walker
Dr Joe Fenton: Stephen Boxer
Dr Melody Bell: Elizabeth Bower
Judy Hine: Amanda Lawrence
Laura Hine: Jessica Baglow
Gerry Carson: Chris Walker

: All Saints

Swept Away. A man staggers in with a possible virus. 5)

: News; Weather

Regional News

: CBBC: Skunk Fu!

Dragon gives Skunk bad dreams.

: CBBC: Mortified

8/13; series two. Taylor has to complete an assignment on an ancestor or relative.

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

Double bill, including a musical episode.

Contributors

Writer: Laura Summers
Writer: Aileen Gonsalves

: CBBC: Beat the Boss

The children devise a cycling product.

: CBBC: Newsround

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.40pm

: BBC News

With Natasha Kaplinsky and Nicholas Owen.
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.

Contributors

Unknown: Natasha Kaplinsky
Unknown: Nicholas Owen.
Unknown: Alex Deakin.

: Regional news magazines

GREATER LONDON BBC London News Riz Lateef. Editor Antony Dore ; Executive editor Michael Macfarlane
SOUTH EAST South East Today With Geoff Clark and Beverley Thompson. Editor Quentin smith EAST Look East With Susie Fowler-Watt and Stewart White (Mon-Thu) and Amelia Reynolds (Fri). Producers Ian Kings and Steve Silk

Contributors

Editor: Antony Dore
Editor: Michael MacFarlane
Unknown: Geoff Clark
Unknown: Beverley Thompson.
Unknown: Susie Fowler-Watt
Unknown: Amelia Reynolds
Producers: Ian Kings
Producers: Steve Silk

: The ONE Show

Adrian Chiles and Myleene Klass present reports on issues affecting people across the country.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Myleene Klass

: Super Vets

Lumpur the tiger sees a dentist, a horse called Blue rtili needs emergency surgery and Milly the cat has MRSA.
Series producer Lisa MacHale ; Exec producer Jane Aldous

Contributors

Producer: Lisa MacHale
Producer: Jane Aldous

: EastEnders

Sean is pushed to the limit when he's caught driving Charlie's cab. Lucy continues her secret relationship. Writer Jaden Clark Cast on Tuesday and Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soaps: page 29

Contributors

Writer: Jaden Clark

: Panorama

The Cost of Keeping Britain Dry. Kate Silverton reports on this summer's severe floods and asks whether the country is prepared for downpours in the future. Introduced by Jeremy Vine.
Editor Sandy Smith Signed NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change H Missed the programme? A podcast featuring highlights of the previous week's edition available at www.bbc.co.uk/panorama

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Silverton
Introduced By: Jeremy Vine.
Editor: Sandy Smith

: Fight for Life

5/6. The focus this week turns to the body's ability to draw on reserves during middle age. Among the patients featured are Alan, who has a decayed blood vessel; smoker Christine, whose lungs aren't functioning properly; John, who has a weak heart which makes normal life impossible; and Nick, whose high-fat diet has caused a stroke.
Series producer Kate Beetham

Contributors

Producer: Kate Beetham

: BBC News

With Natasha Kaplinsky. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.

Contributors

Unknown: Natasha Kaplinsky.
Unknown: Susan Powell.

: The Tower

7/8. The first new tenants move in. Couple David and Paul realise their dream home in the sky, plus Saima and Usman are getting used to married life. Retired gangster Harry tries to keep his drop-in centre going and Lol's friend Nicky decides to give up the booze. Director/Producer Anthony Wonke

Contributors

Producer: Anthony Wonke

: Lightning Jack

9 Goofy comedy western. Disappointed his reputation as an outlaw is on the decline, Lightning Jack pulls off a bank job to enhance his notoriety. But he takes mute Ben Doyle hostage - who then decides that he wants to be Jack's partner in crime. Review page 44.
Director Simon Wincer (1994, PG)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Doyle
Director: Simon Wincer
Lightning Jack Kane: Paul Hogan
Ben Doyle: Cuba Gooding Jr
Lana: Beverly D'Angelo
Pilar: Kamala Dawson
Marshall Kurtz: Pat Hingle
Reporter: Richard Riehle
Mr Doyle: Frank McRae
John T Coles: Roger Daltrey

: Sign Zone

Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
The Big Day 2/5. A winter-themed wedding.
2.05 The Tower 5/8. Love is in the air.
2.55 My Heart Belongs to Dad Fathers who raise their children single-handedly.

: BBC News 24









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