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: Breakfast

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


Presenter: Kate Silverton
Presenter: Bill Turnbull

: Heir Hunters

Tony Pledger discovers how a global pandemic had the power to devastate families as he looks into the case of 81-year-old Russell Wemyss. 396Z


Unknown: Tony Pledger
Unknown: Russell Wemyss.

: Homes under theHammer

Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts visit a Lincoln farmhouse, a flat in London and a two-floor maisonette in Torquay and find out how they fared at auction.
Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: Lucy Alexander
Unknown: Martin Roberts

: To Buy or Not to Buy

Searching for the perfect property for an Essex woman who knows precisely what she wants from her home.

: Cash in theCelebrity Attic

John McCririck clears his London home to raise money for retired racehorses.
Followed by News; Weather


Unknown: John McCririck

: Bargain Hunt

Two women's teams scour a large antiques fair in Brackley, Northamptonshire, in search of the best bargains.

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Wimbledon 2009

With just one match between them and the final, and with a chance of holding aloft the Venus Rosewater Dish, the four semi-finalists in the ladies' singles tournament take to the courts.
Dinara Safina of Russia, the younger sister of former world number one men's player
Marat Safin , is the number one seed, making the brother and sister the first in history to both achieve top ranking. 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 A tall order: page 30


Unknown: Dinara Safina
Unknown: Marat Safin

: BBC News


: The One Show

Hollywood big-hitter Peter Fonda joins Adrian and Christine in the studio, while Aubrey Manning charts the effects of coastal erosion and Gyles Brandreth laments the sadly neglected typewriter.


Unknown: Peter Fonda
Unknown: Aubrey Manning
Unknown: Gyles Brandreth

: EastEnders

Minty worries that Manda doesn't find him attractive and Amira tries to prove herself to Zainab. The grand re-opening of the caff doesn't go quite to plan.
Writer Richard Davidson This week's episodes directed by Peter Rose More cast on Monday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 63 Followed by News Update


Writer: Richard Davidson
Director: Peter Rose
Heather Trott: Cheryl Fergison
Bradley Branning: Charlie Clements
Minty Peterson: Cliff Parisi
Manda Best: Josie Lawrence
Amira Shah: Preeya Kalidas
Zainab Masood: Nina Wadia
Syd Chambers: Nina Toussaint-White
Libby Fox: Belinda Owusu
Jordan Johnson: Michael-Joel David Stuart
Liam Butcher: James Forde
Tanya Branning: Jo Joyner
Jane Beale: Laurie Brett
Shirley Carter: Linda Henry
Dr Al Jenkins: Adam Croasdell
Syed Masood: Marc Elliott
Derek Evans: Simon Lowe
Darren Miller: Charlie G Hawkins
Tamwar Masood: Himesh Patel
Billy Mitchell: Perry Fenwick
Masood Ahmed: Nitin Ganatra
Christian Clarke: John Partridge
Ian Beale: Adam Woodyatt
Bobby Beale: Alex Francis

: Celebrity MasterChef

The four surviving semi-finalists fine-tune their cooking styles in some of London's best restaurants, then demonstrate what they have learnt, and finally become sole caterers at an exclusive society dinner. Continues tomorrow at 8.30pm. See choice, p104.
Summer feasts special: page 35

: The Best Job in the World

Getting paid E70k to spend six months living in a luxury villa on a tropical island would be most people's idea of a cushy posting. And the press agreed, dubbing it "the best job in the world" when the story broke two months ago. Competition was fierce, with some 35,000 people from around the globe applying for the vacancy. This film follows the recruitment process through the eyes of the four
British candidates who made it through to the final 50. Director/Producer Agnieszka Piotrowska What Ben Southall 's watching: page


Producer: Agnieszka Piotrowska
Unknown: Ben Southall

: BBC News

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


Unknown: Huw Edwards.
Unknown: Jay Wynne.

: Question Time

David Dimbleby chairs the topical debate from Cambridge, with panellists Harriet Harman , lain
Duncan Smith , Charles Kennedy and Jarvis Cocker answering questions from the audience.
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
Pundit of the Week: page 5


Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Harriet Harman
Unknown: Duncan Smith
Unknown: Charles Kennedy
Unknown: Jarvis Cocker
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
12.55 Countryf lie Shown on Sunday at 7pm
1.55 Celebrity MasterChef Cooking at London's St
Pancras Grand and the Goodman Steakhouse.

: 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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