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: Breakfast

Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.


Presented By: Susanna Reid
Presented By: Charlie Stayt.

: The Andrew Marr Show

Interviews and a leaf through the Sunday papers. Includes
News at 9.00.

: That's the Spirit!

Contemporary service of praise for Pentecost Sunday from
KingsGate Community Church in Peterborough. Songs include 0 Happy Day, Mighty to Save and Great Are You, Lord.

: Country Tracks

Joe Crowley visits the western fringes of Scotland. Includes
Weather for the Week Ahead. BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: E3 40


Unknown: Joe Crowley

: The Politics Show

Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis, and at 12.30 in-depth local stories. includes News at 12.00.


Unknown: Jon Sopel

: Cash in the Attic

A woman raises money to buy a set of golf clubs.

: Keeping UpAppearances

The Toy Store. Daddy dresses as a spaceman and goes on the rampage in a shop.

: Diagnosis MurderFlashdance with Death.

Steve's new girlfriend is charged with murder.

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition.
Cast Tuesday/Thursday

: The Green Green Grass

Series four. The Path of True Love. A frustrated Marlene seeks marriage guidance help.

: Points of View

With Jeremy Vine. CONTACT: pov@bbc.co.uk; [number removed](landlines max 8p per min: other networks vary), or write to POV, BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham 81 1AY


Unknown: Jeremy Vine.

: Songs of Praise

Aled Jones visits Birmingham to celebrate the festival of Pentecost. Featuring music from Jonathan Ansell and the Swingle Singers.


Unknown: Aled Jones
Unknown: Jonathan Ansell

: Last of the Summer Wine

7/10. Will Randolph Make a Good impression?
Hobbo desperately looks for ways in which the limp and unattractive Randolph could be made into a potential suitor for unhappy and love-starved Stella.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel


Unknown: Will Randolph
Unknown: Roy Clarke
Producer: Alan Jw Bell
Hobbo: Russ Abbot
Entwistle: Burt Kwouk
Alvin: Brian Murphy
Clegg: Peter Sallis
Truly: Frank Thornton
Toby: Trevor Bannister
PC Cooper: Ken Kitson
PC Walsh: Louis Emerick
Nelly: June Whitfield
Randolph: James Hunter
Barry: Mike Grady
Stella: Barbara Young
Glenda: Sarah Thomas
Morton: Chris Beeny
Howard: Robert Fyfe
Miss Davenport: Josephine Tewson
Marina: Jean Fergusson
Pearl: Juliette Kaplan
Ivy: Jane Freeman
Landlord: Johnny Casson

: BBC News

With Louise Minchin.
Regional News; Weather with Susan Powell.


Newsreader: Louise Minchin [billed as Louise White]
Weather presenter: Susan Powell

: Countryfile

Julia Bradbury and Matt Baker head to the Norfolk Broads to mark the 20th anniversary of legislation that gave the area official protection. They take to the water to find out about the Broads' rich boating tradition. Elsewhere John Craven looks at how rural
Britain is battling the economic downturn while, down on the farm, Adam Henson moves into small-scale egg production. Including Weather for the Week Ahead. Series producer Teresa Bogan ; Executive editor Andrew Thorman


Unknown: Julia Bradbury
Unknown: Matt Baker
Unknown: John Craven
Unknown: Adam Henson
Producer: Teresa Bogan
Editor: Andrew Thorman

: George Gently

Bomber's Moon. When a returning German PoW is found dead in a village harbour, Gently and Bacchus find themselves investigating present violence and past grievances in this episode from series one.
Writer Mick Ford ; Producer Jake Lushington ; Director Ciaran Donnelly
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel


Unknown: Mick Ford
Producer: Jake Lushington
Director: Ciaran Donnelly
Inspector George Gently: Martin Shaw
DS John Bacchus: Lee Ingleby
China: Tony Rohr
PC Taylor: Simon Hubbard
Robert Stratton: Kevin Doyle
Wilhelm Schmeikel: Christian Oliver
Trudi Schmeikel: Nathalie Boltt
Gunter Schmeikel: Wolf Kahler
Old Jim Hardyment: Tim Healy
Mabs Hardyment: Gillian Hanna
Jimmy Hardyment: Kevin Wathen
Alice Stratton: Sammy Dobson
Chick Shavers: Paul Broughton
Bert Gallon: Phil Kingston
Amata: Janet Phillips
Mrs Stratton: Paula Greevy-Lee

: BBC News

With Louise Minchin.

Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary. (S)


Newsreader: Louise Minchin [billed as Louise White]
Weather presenter: Elizabeth Saary

: Irresistible

Psychological drama starring Susan Sarandon , Sam Neill and Emily Blunt. After the death of her mother, Sophie hears noises around the house and things start disappearing. Her suspicions are aroused by her husband's new assistant, Mara. Is there an affair going on or does Mara have more sinister plans? Or is Sophie going mad? Review page 40.
Director Ann Turner (2006,15)
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Susan Sarandon
Unknown: Sam Neill
Unknown: Emily Blunt.
Director: Ann Turner
Sophie: Susan Sarandon
Craig: Sam Neill
Mara: Emily Blunt
Sam: Bud Tingwell
Jimmy: William McLnnes
Jen: Georgie Parker

: Sign Zone

Signed. Repeats not indicated.
Tourettes: I Swear I Can't Help It Update on a film about two people with Tourette syndrome.

: Cruickshank on Kew: the Garden That Changed the World

Dan Cruickshank traces the history of the Unesco World Heritage Site.


Presenter: Dan Cruickshank

: Holby City

A determined Maddy appears to be recovering from her stabbing.

: BBC News

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