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: Breakfast

Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Turnbull.
CONTACT: email [email address removed] or call [number removed]


Presenter: Kate Silverton
Presenter: Bill Turnbull

: Crimewatch Roadshow

More appeals for information about crimes.

: Homes under the Hammer

Properties in Denby, Epping and Harrogate.

Followed by News; Weather

: The Unsellables

A three-bedroom house in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.
Showing on BBC HD at 7.30pm

: Cash in the Attic

Selling family heirlooms to pay for golf lessons. Followed by News; Weather

: Bargain Hunt

An old phone box is found at
Gloucester Docks.

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Doctors

Red Letter Day 2/2. Melody's future remains uncertain as her exam results wait to be opened.
Writer Olly Perkin Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 6pm


Unknown: Olly Perkin
Dr Jimmi Clay: Adrian Lewis Morgan
Dr Daniel Granger: Matthew Chambers
Dr Lily Hassan: Seeta Indranl
Dr Zara Carmichael: Elisabeth Dermot Walsh

: Diagnosis Murder

Nirvana. A fatal car crash leads to an investigation involving a plush health spa. <R)

: News; Weather

Regional News

: CBBC: Martha Speaks

Stray dogs rob Kar the butcher.

: CBBC: Martha Speaks

Martha wants to become a firehouse dog.

: CBBC: Ed and Oucho's Excellent Inventions

9/13. The pair try to build a "Solar Jak-et".

: CBBC: Horrible Histories

8/13 Stone Age delicacies.

: CBBC: Newsround

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz.

: BBC News


: The One Show

Dan Snow looks at eyewitness accounts of Zeppelin raids during the First World War. Angellica Bell explores Hayling Island's claim on windsurfing history. <s)


Unknown: Angellica Bell

: EastEnders

Nick vanishes after the explosion, while Dawn's modelling snaps are not what Garry expected.
Lucy sees an opportunity to blackmail Christian, and Whitney encounters her enigmatic acquaintance.
Writer Pete Lawson This week's episodes directed by Tim Mercier
More cast on Tuesday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3. Followed by News Update


Writer: Pete Lawson
Director: Tim Mercier
Nick Cotton: John Altman
Dawn Swann: Kara Tointon
Garry Hobbs: Ricky Groves
Lucy Beale: Melissa Suffield
Whitney Dean: Shona McGarty
Pat Evans: Pam St Clement
Phil Mitchell: Steve McFadden
Patrick Trueman: Rudolph Walker
Shirley Carter: Linda Henry
Heather Trott: Cheryl Fergison
Mo Harris: Laila Morse
Max Branning: Jake Wood
Tanya Branning: Jo Joyner
Lauren Branning: Madeline Duggan

: Traffic Cops

There's further aggravation in store for officers when a routine seat-belt check in a car park turns ugly. Elsewhere, an awkward customer who parked in a supermarket disabled bay is identified as a prisoner on the run, and gets more than he bargained for when the police are forced to use CS spray.
Director/Executive producer Bruce Lippold


Producer: Bruce Lippold

: Calendar Girls: Ten Years On

In 1999 a group of plucky Women's Institute members decided to strip off for a cheeky calendar shoot in an effort to raise money for leukaemia research. And with just the odd strategically placed cake or teapot preserving their modesty they certainly caused a stir. Now, after having sold 800,000 calendars worldwide - not to mention inspiring a film of their exploits starring Helen Mirren and Julie Walters - six of the original calendar girls bare all once more to mark the stunt's ten-year anniversary. Executive producer Nicola Addyman


Unknown: Helen Mirren
Unknown: Julie Walters
Producer: Nicola Addyman

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards.
Regional News; Weather with Jay Wynne.


Unknown: Huw Edwards.
Unknown: Jay Wynne.

: Question Time

Former Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown and television presenter Fiona Phillips are among the panellists as David Dimbleby chairs a topical debate in Croydon, Surrey.
Exec producer Steve Anderson ; Series editor Gill Penlington CONTACT: phone [number removed] (cost 25p). text [number removed] or email via the website: bbc.co.uk/questiontime. See aiso Ceefax page
Digital viewers can press the red button during the programme to take part in the debate and to read other people's opinions


Leader: Paddy Ashdown
Presenter: Fiona Phillips
Unknown: David Dimbleby
Producer: Steve Anderson
Editor: Gill Penlington

: This Week

Andrew Neil is joined by MP Diane Abbott and former MP Michael Portillo to discuss political and parliamentary developments from the past seven days, and to talk to guests about issues that have hit the headlines.
Producer Vicky Flind ; Editor Robbie Gibb Followed by Holiday Weatherview


Unknown: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Diane Abbott
Unknown: Michael Portillo
Producer: Vicky Flind
Editor: Robbie Gibb

: Sign Zone

Signed. Repeats not indicated.
Panorama Shown on Monday at 8.30pm

: Countryfile

Shown on Sunday at 7.30pm

: Extreme Dreams: the Ultimate Challenge

The threat of altitude sickness becomes palpable.

: The Unsellabies

An Edwardian home that has been languishing on the market for nine months.

: BBC News

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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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