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Weather every half-hour from
6.15; national/regional news half-hourly from 6.27.
New series The work of air rescue teams. A little girl's life hangs in the balance.
A couple with 200 chickens search for a home.
Properties in Derby and Plymouth. (Revised repeat)
A man raises cash to revamp a much-loved car.
The team visit an antiques fair at Rockingham Castle.
Less Than Zero. A TV star dies of heart failure. <R)
Sports comedy starring John Candy. When sprinter
Derice Bannock fails to qualify for the Olympic team, he forms Jamaica's first Olympic bobsleigh team. Review p30.
Director Jon Turteltaub (1993. PG)
Comedy horror starring
Eddie Murphy. A real-estate agent takes his family on holiday to a run-down mansion in Louisiana. Review page 30. Director Rob Minkoff (2003, PG)
The Real Hustle's
Jessica Clement , Paul Wilson and Alex Conran , and magician Pete Firman perform illusions on members of the public. Hosted by Kate Thornton.
The 59th Edinburgh Military Tattoo sees performers from around the globe bring a vivid palette of - music and dance to Edinburgh Castle's esplanade.
Tom Fleming provides the commentary.
Director/Producer John Smith
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
Editor Doug Carnegie Followed by News Update
Jase and Billy agree to one last job for Terry.
Writer Chris Parker More cast on Thursday
Repeated at 10.05pm on BBC3 Soaps: page 25
True Brits. Vivian White explores what it means to be British in a day and age of mass immigration and political devolution.
Producers Liz Bloor and Jonathan Brunert ; Editor Sandy Smith Signed at 12.30am NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
8/8; series five. Mad Dogs. The team investigates the death of a soldier, and Halford and Strickland are forced to bend the rules when Ministry of Defence spooks try to undermine their efforts. The series is due to return next year.
Writers Al Hunter Ashton and Roy Mitchell
Producer Keith Thompson : Director Dermot Boyd
Sgt Maj Sharratt:
With Sophie Raworth. Regional News
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
1/3. Before I Call You In. Series of monologues written, produced and directed by Hugo Blick. Sheila Hancock stars as a dying woman in reflective mood as she waits to receive the drugs to take her own life. There's another episode tomorrow at 10.35pm. Flying solo: page 39
- Affectionate spoof of 1960s romantic comedies, starring Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor. Man-about-town, journalist Catcher Block sets out to woo a writer whose book recommends that women don't need men. Review paqe 30.
Director Peyton Reed (2003, 12)
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
House of Saddam 4/4. As the Western coalition forces invade Iraq, Saddam goes on the run.
1.45 The Cup 1/6. Documentary-style comedy.
2.15 Dr Alice Roberts : Don't Die Young 6/8
The complexity of the human immune system.
2.45 Cash in the Celebrity Attic Jan Leeming.