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: Breakfast

Presented by Chris Hollins and Naga Munchetty.

Contributors

Presenter: Chris Hollins
Presenter: Naga Munchetty

: The Andrew Marr Show

Interviews and a leaf through the papers. Includes 9.00 News: later, Weather. (S)

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Marr

: The Big Questions

Nicky Campbell presents a live debate from Enfield, Middlesex, with writer and critic Bidisha, director of the Centre for Social Cohesion Douglas Murray and Russian Orthodox Bishop Basil Of Amphipolis.

Contributors

Presenter: Nicky Campbell
Panellist: Bidisha
Panellist: Douglas Murray
Panellist: Bishop Basil of Amphipolis

: Country Tracks

A journey along an upper part of the River Thames, where Ellie Harrison tries double sculling and finds rare orchids.
Including Weather for the Week Ahead.
Signed rpt on Tuesday at 2.35am
BBC Countryfile Magazine: £3.40

Contributors

Presenter: Ellie Harrison

: BBC News

: Formula One: the Hungarian Grand Prix

Attention switches to the 70 laps of the narrow, twisting Hungaroring circuit near Budapest (start time 1.00) and the tenth round of the season. Hosted by Jake Humphrey. Jonathan Legard and Martin Brundle commentate.
Highlights are at 7pm on BBC3. (S)
Race Calendar: [web address removed]
Digital viewers can press red for alternative commentary and on-board camera, from 3pm for a post-race forum or for highlights

Contributors

Presenter: Jake Humphrey
Commentator: Jonathan Legard
Commentator: Martin Brundle

: MotoGP

Live coverage from Donington Park of the British MotoGP, round ten of this season's championship. Introduced by Suzi Perry, with commentary from Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
Live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races from 12.20pm to 2.35pm; replay from 5pm. MotoGP Extra 4.30-5.00pm
Learning curve: page 28

Contributors

Presenter: Suzi Perry
Commentator: Charlie Cox
Commentator: Steve Parrish

: EastEnders

Omnibus. Continued from BBC2. Cast on Tuesday/Thursday

: Songs of Praise

In the North East, Pam Rhodes finds out about keeping faith in difficult times and speaks to Duncan Bannatyne of Dragons' Den. Hymns from Sunderland Minster include Awake, Awake to Love and Work and Lord of All Hopefulness.

Contributors

Presenter: Pam Rhodes
Interviewee: Duncan Bannatyne

: BBC News

With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with Nick Miller.

Contributors

Newsreader: Mishal Husain
Weather presenter: Nick Miller

: Countryfile

Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury visit the Royal Welsh Show to discover the tricks of the trade of livestock showing.
Including Weather for the Week Ahead
Signed at 2.35am
BBC Countryfile Magazine: £3.40

Contributors

Presenter: Matt Baker
Presenter: Julia Bradbury
Series Producer: Teresa Bogan
Executive Editor: Andrew Thorman

: Hope Springs: 8/8

The women's past catches up with them when they get a visit from Roy. As things go from bad to worse, will they ever live out their Barbados dream?
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel

Contributors

Writer: Ann McManus
Writer: Maureen Chadwick
Writer: Liz Lake
Producer: Spencer Campbell
Director: Brian Kelly
Ellie Lagden: Alex Kingston
Sadie Cairncross: Annette Crosbie
Ann Marie Cameron: Ronni Ancona
Euan Harries: Alec Newman
Hannah Temple: Sian Reeves
Shoo Coggan: Christine Bottomley
Josie Porritt: Vinette Robinson
Gil Cameron: Paul Higgins
Ina Harries: Lorraine McIntosh
Ronan Harries: Tony McGeever
Roy Lagden: Mark Frost
Dean McKenzie: Richard Madden
Mo Khan: Sanjeev Kohli
Rita Khan: Belgit Gill
DS John Neame: Gavin Baldwin
DC Peter Nottage: Nick Farr
Katie Watson: Kelly Love
Billy McKenzie: Paul Cassidy

: Rivers with Griff Rhys Jones: 1/5

After saving buildings, climbing mountains and profiling cities, Griff sets out on a new adventure as he explores how rivers have nurtured, influenced and powered our lives throughout history. He barges, canoes, swims, walks and sails his way along this often hidden network - the life-blood of the nation - beginning his journey with the wild rivers of Scotland. He travels east upstream from Kinlochleven in the Highlands and follows the fast and furious course of the water downstream to Perth. He milks fish for their eggs, goes canyoning, and canoes a fast-flowing river that fallen pine trees have turned into an obstacle course.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Swimming, not drowning: p14; Subscribe to RT and receive the book accompanying the series: see p

Contributors

Presenter: Griff Rhys Jones
Director/Producer: Ross Harper

: BBC News

With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne.

Contributors

Newsreader: Mishal Husain
Weather presenter: Jay Wynne

: The Rock

Action thriller starring Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage and Ed Harris.
When a disaffected war hero takes hold of the island of Alcatraz and threatens to use chemical warfare to destroy San Francisco, a mild-mannered FBI biochemist and an ex-British spy - notorious for escaping from the maximum-security facility - are called in to tackle the threat.
Review page 35 (1996, 15)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director: Michael Bay
John Patrick Mason: Sean Connery
Stanley Goodspeed: Nicolas Cage
General Francis X Hummel: Ed Harris
FBI Director Womack: John Spencer
Major Tom Baxter: David Morse
Ernest Paxton: William Forsythe
Commander Anderson: Michael Biehn
Carla Pestalozzi: Vanessa Marcil
Marine Captain Hendrix: John C. McGinley
Sergeant Crisp: Bokeem Woodbine
Captain Darrow: Tony Todd
Captain Frye: Greg Sporleder
Private McCoy: Steve Harris
Lieutenant Shepherd: Danny Nucci

: Sign Zone

Signed. Repeats not indicated.

Empire Of Cricket
Shown yesterday, 6pm on BBC2

1.35 Holby City
Donna is in denial after Ric's diagnosis of her father, and Penny finds herself in trouble.

2.35 Seaside Rescue: 1/7
The hazardous work of rescue services around the coasts of Devon and Cornwall.

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