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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

Appeals for public information about crimes.

: Homes under the Hammer

Featuring properties in Leeds, Kent and Wiltshire. Followed by News; Weather

: House Swap

Exchanging properties in Wales and Lancaster. <s)

: Cash in the Attic

Raising money to create a music room. Followed by News; Weather

: Bargain Hunt

Two teams scour the Portobello Road antiques market in London.

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Wimbledon 2009

Coverage of the men's and ladies' second-round matches continues at the All England Club. This stage last year saw Roger Federer knock out Swede Robin Soderling in straight sets, while former champion Maria Sharapova bowed out in a shock 6-2, 6-4 loss to fellow Russian Alia
Kudryavtseva. That defeat saw the genesis of a miserable 12 months for Sharapova, who has spent much of the season sidelined with a shoulder injury. But she will be hoping to revive her Wimbledon fortunes this year and, providing she has made it through the first round unscathed, another second-round exit would be a big surprise. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
SCHEDULES AND FEATURES: radiotimes.com/wimbledon
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from a choice of courts,
11.50am until end of play, plus news, latest scores and stats; highlights through the night from 9pm
Wham slam!: page 16; Official Wimbledon towel offer: page 19; Dom Joly 's alternative guide to Wimbledon: page


Unknown: Roger Federer
Unknown: Robin Soderling
Unknown: Maria Sharapova
Unknown: Dom Joly

: BBC News


: The One Show

Bill Wyman joins Christine and Adrian for a chat, Dom Littlewood exposes the holiday resorts that are little more than building sites and Christine Walkden gives a field guide to oilseed rape.


Unknown: Bill Wyman
Unknown: Dom Littlewood
Unknown: Christine Walkden

: EastEnders

The Masoods have a proposition for the Beales, while Bradley and Max are ejected from their flat. Denise's dinner party for Jordan falls apart.
Writer Paul Mari This week's episodes are directed by Steve Finn
More cast on Monday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Followed by News Update


Writer: Paul Mari
Directed By: Steve Finn
Zainab Masood: Nina Wadia
Masood Ahmed: Nitin Ganatra
Ian Beale: Adam Woodyatt
Jane Beale: Laurie Brett
Lucy Beale: Melissa Suffield
Peter Beale: Thomas Law
Bobby Beale: Alex Francis
Bradley Branning: Charlie Clements
Max Branning: Jake Wood
Manda Best: Josie Lawrence
Patrick Trueman: Rudolph Walker
Phil Mitchell: Steve McFadden
Dot Branning: June Brown
Denise Wicks: Diane Parish

: Celebrity MasterChef

Today Tony Hadley , Marie Helvin and Helen Lederer run the gauntlet at London's St Pancras Grand, while Claire Richards , Rowland Rivron and Martin Hancock cook for their lives at the Goodman
Steakhouse in the heart of Mayfair. Which budding gastronaut will John and Gregg send through to the quarter-final? Continues tomorrow at 8.30pm.
See choice, page 88.


Unknown: Tony Hadley
Unknown: Marie Helvin
Unknown: Helen Lederer
Unknown: Claire Richards
Unknown: Rowland Rivron
Unknown: Martin Hancock

: Famous, Rich and Homeless

2/2. Defeated by the harsh realities of living rough, the Marquess of Blandford quits, leaving
Rosie Boycott , Hardeep Singh Kohli , Annabel Croft and Bruce Jones tired, emotional and hungry on London's streets. The four are eventually allocated to hostels in London and Glasgow, where they meet drug addicts, alcoholics and former gang members under frequently intimidating circumstances. No home in sight: page 25
David Butcher's opinion: page 47


Unknown: Rosie Boycott
Unknown: Hardeep Singh Kohli
Unknown: Annabel Croft
Unknown: Bruce Jones

: BBC News

With George Alagiah.
Regional News; Weather with Rob McElwee.


Unknown: George Alagiah.
Unknown: Rob McElwee.

: Question Time

David Dimbleby chairs topical debate from Newquay in Cornwall, where the panel includes shadow security minister Pauline Neville-Jones and the Lib Dems' communities spokeswoman Julia Goldsworthy.
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 also 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


Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Pauline Neville-Jones
Unknown: Julia Goldsworthy.
Producer: Steve Anderson
Editor: Gill Penlington

: This Week

Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo discuss political and parliamentary developments.
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
1.00 Countryf ile Shown on Sunday at 7pm
1.55 Celebrity MasterChef With Ian Bleasdale ,
Pete Waterman and Gemma Bissix.
2.55 Extreme Dreams: the Ultimate Challenge The team cross Chile's Atacama desert, the driest place on Earth, as they head for volcano Corona.
32.5 The Unsellables A house in Dunstable.


Unknown: Ian Bleasdale
Unknown: Pete Waterman
Unknown: Gemma Bissix.

: BBC News

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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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