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A couple who want to retire to
Alistair Appleton helps a couple from south-east London find a country retreat in Kent. Followed by News; Weather
A young mum opens up her two-bedroom Peterborough house to the public. Last in series.
A woman tries to raise £500 to treat her musical children to new instruments. Followed by News; Weather
A woman wants to raise money for horse riding lessons.
The Big Issue. Michelle tries to help a depressed man who finds a unique way to lose weight.
Writer Rob Kinsman
Dr Melody Bell:
Adam starts to think that Paul might be guilty after all.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The Last Laugh 1/2. Dr Sloan faces an agonising dilemma while investigating the murder of a plastic surgeon. Concludes tomorrow.
Prunella prepares for university.
Two kids enter a world of talking animals.
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The teams devise a football training kit.
With George Alagiah.
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
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Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley present reports about issues across the country.
New series 1/5. In the children's version of the enduring quiz, John Humphrys invites ten and eleven year olds to answer questions in the infamous black chair. Topics tonight are Mahatma Gandhi , Antarctica, Johannes Vermeer and the Jurassic Park film trilogy. Next episode on Wednesday at 7.30pm.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly
As an excited Honey prepares for Christmas, Billy is unable to tell her the truth.
Writer Hiser & Colgan Cast on Thursday/Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 RT's review of the year: page 28; Soaps: page 39
The Battle for Basra Palace. With the help of combat footage shot by soldiers, Jane Corbin tells the story of the last and bloodiest British fight in southern Iraq. Editor Sandy Smith Signed NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
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3/5. The Queen meets with prime ministers past and present as she hosts the Blairs at Balmoral and receives a brief from Gordon Brown in advance of his final budget as chancellor. Meanwhile, the palace undergoes its traditional and lengthy preparations for the State Opening of Parliament.
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With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
5/6. Comedy cultures collide to razor-sharp effect when laid-back Irishman Patrick Kielty and fast-talking American Joan Rivers come together to lay into bad parents, inept terrorists and binge drinking.
Sweeping period action adventure starring Michael Douglas and Val Kilmer. John Patterson is sent to oversee the building of an African railway bridge, but when lions start killing the workforce, he calls on the help of a great white hunter. Review page 54.
Director Stephen Hopkins (1996, 15) Followed by Weatherview
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Last Orders for Guinness? Can the decline in UK sales for the Guinness brand be halted?
1.35 A Real Summer Stephen Poliakoff 's monologue-based drama, set in 1958 and starring Ruth Wilson.
2.20 Arrange Me a Marriage 2/5. Aneela Rahman finds a partner for a 37-year-old account executive.
3.20 Heir Hunters The firm search for surviving relatives to claim a F850,000 fortune.