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: Breakfast

Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
News Watch at 7.45.

Contributors

Presented By: Susanna Reid
Presented By: Charlie Stayt.

: Animal Park

The keepers check on the wolf cubs, while Hercules the dung beetle starts work on the one-and-a-half thousand tons of waste the park produces each Year. With Ben Fogle and Kate
Humble.

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Fogle

: The Lord Mayor's Show

The streets of London will be alive With the sounds of carnival music and marching bands, cheerleaders dancers, children and soldiers, all celebrating the installation of the °80th Lord Mayor of London. Clare Balding presents, with commentary by Paul Dickenson. Director Victoria Simpson : Producer
Ann Wright

Contributors

Commentary By: Paul Dickenson.
Director: Victoria Simpson
Producer: Ann Wright

: News; Weather

: Football Focus

Manish Bhasin is joined by Mark Lawrenson , Marcel Desailly and Martin Keown to review the latest football headlines and look ahead to the weekend's action, including the first round of the FA Cup and the latest fixtures in the Premier League, including Chelsea v Everton, Liverpool v
Fulham, Sunderland v Newcastle and Manchester United v
Blackburn Rovers.

Contributors

Unknown: Manish Bhasin
Unknown: Mark Lawrenson
Unknown: Marcel Desailly
Unknown: Martin Keown

: Bowls

Live coverage of the International Open's second semi-final from Ponds Forge, Sheffield, plus highlights from this morning's opening semi-final. Introduced by Rishi Persad with commentary by David Corkill with Andy Thomson , John Price and Greg Harlow. Director Kevin Chapman ; Editor
Gerard Lane 7 Digital viewers can follow live coverage from Ponds Forge 10.30am-1.30pm

Contributors

Introduced By: Rishi Persad
Commentary By: David Corkill
Unknown: Andy Thomson
Unknown: Greg Harlow.
Director: Kevin Chapman
Editor: Gerard Lane

: Final Score

The classified results and a round-up of the afternoon's news from the Premier League, FA
Cup, Championship and the SPL, Presented by Ray Stubbs. Digital viewers can follow the latest football action on Score 2.30-6.0Opm

Contributors

Presented By: Ray Stubbs.

: BBC News

Regional News; Weathers)

: Outtake TV

Queen of mean Anne Robinson presents a selection of the biggest and most memorable blunders that celebrities have made throughout the Weakest
Link specials.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson

: Strictly Come Dancing

6/12. As the celebs reach the halfway mark, they're tasked with performing either a salsa or a Viennese waltz. The results show is tomorrow at 6.50pm.
Director Nikki Parsons : Producer Sam Donnelly (HD) Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two is weekdays at 6.30pm on BBC2 0 Digital viewers can press red during the programme for expert commentary on the dancing prowess of the celebrities
Subscribe to RT and receive a free a copy of Strictly Come Dancing: the Official 2008 annual: see page 59

Contributors

Director: Nikki Parsons
Producer: Sam Donnelly

: Robin Hood: For England...!

6/13: series two. As the Black Knights gather to declare their allegiance to Prince John, Robin appeals to Lord Winchester for help in ending Shah Mat. However, just when the outlaw thinks he's succeeded he realises his ally is corrupt.
Writer Rob Heyland; Series producer Nick Pitt
Director James Erskine (HD)
RT DIRECT: order the series one DVD for just £27.99 (RRP £49.99) plus free p&p. Call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per min) or visit [Web Address Removed] and enter code [number removed] at the checkout

DRAMA Robin Hood 7.20pm BBC1
The Sheriff of Nottingham (Keith Allen) is yet again in a bad mood. But he's a man who knows exactly what will put a smile back on his face. Not a glass of claret or a good cigar. Oh no. "Find me somebody to hang!" he demands of his henchman Sir Guy of Gisborne (Richard Armitage).
The sheriff is chewing the carpets of Nottingham castle because a top-level meeting with all of his Black Knights, gathered for a party and to declare, in writing, their allegiance to Prince John, is going badly awry. Little Robin Hood (Jonas Armstrong) is determined to wreak havoc, but first he has to drop his beloved Marian a note, just in case he doesn't make it. It's breathless and fun, with guest star Denis Lawson very sinister indeed as the charming and ruthless Sheriff of Winchester. (Alison Graham TV editor)

Contributors

Writer: Rob Heyland
Producer: Nick Pitt
Director: James Erskine
Robin Hood: Jonas Armstrong
Marian: Lucy Griffiths
Sir Guy of Gisborne: Richard Armitage
Sheriff of Nottingham: Keith Allen
Little John: Gordon Kennedy
Much: Sam Troughton
Allan-a-Dale: Joe Armstrong
Will Scarlett: Harry Lloyd
Djaq: Anjali Jay
Edward: Michael Elwyn
Lord Winchester: Denis Lawson
Servant: Mihaly Szabados
Jailer: Peter Geltz

: Casualty: A House Divided

Charlie and Tess have one month to decide who will be forced to take redundancy.
[web address removed]

Contributors

Writer: Daisy Coulam
Producer: Chris Lovett
Director: Christopher King
Harry Harper: Simon MacCorkindale
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Tess Bateman: Suzanne Packer
Maggie Coldwell: Susan Cookson
Adam Trueman: Tristan Gemmill
Toby De Silva: Matthew Needham
Ruth Winters: Georgia Taylor
John 'Abs' Denham: James Redmond
Alice Chantrey: Sam Grey
Kelsey Phillips: Janine Mellor
Nadia Talianos: Daphne Alexander
TC: Peter England
Kathleen 'Dixie' Dixon: Jane Hazleqrove
Greg Fallon: Kip Gamblin
Jeff Collier: Matt Bardock
Lily Harwood: Jean Heywood
Steve Harwood: Anthony Flanagan
Amy Mulhern: Lexi Strauss
William Mulhern: Dean-Charles Chapman
Benjamin Knight: Roger Martin
Mrs Bassey: Frances Cuka

: The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

In the presence of the Queen, the Royal British Legion pays tribute to the armed forces and remembers the victims of war. The Rt Rev Nigel McCulloch, Bishop of Manchester, conducts the service, which includes the traditional two minute silence as thousands of symbolic poppy petals fall in the Royal Albert Hall.

Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.30am

Contributors

Service conducted by: The Rt Rev Nigel McCulloch
Director: Richard Valentine
Producer: Julie Heptonstall

: BBC News

With Simon McCoy.
Then Weather with Darren Bett. Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown: Simon McCoy.
Unknown: Darren Bett.

: Match of the Day

Highlights including Liverpool v Fulham. Producer Phil Sibson ; Editor Mark Demuth
Repeated tomorrow at 8.15am Live first round FA Cup coverage tomorrow at 3.10pm J Digital viewers can access rolling FA Cup first-round highlights from 11pm until 12 midnight tomorrow night

Contributors

Producer: Phil Sibson
Editor: Mark Demuth

: Halloween III: Season of the Witch * Grisly

sci-fi horror starring Tom Atkins as an inventor who plots to kill America's children. Review paqe 55.
Director Tommy Lee Wallace (1982,15)

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Atkins
Director: Tommy Lee Wallace

: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

With
Anthony Hopkins and Jimmy Carr. Shown yesterday Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Hopkins
Unknown: Jimmy Carr.

: BBC News 24









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