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: Breakfast

Presented by Robert Hall and Kate Silverton.
Weather every half-hour from 6.15; national/regional news half-hourly from 6.25.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Hall
Presenter: Kate Silverton

: Heir Hunters

The teams investigate the case of a former RAF serviceman who died in his run-down Dunstable home.

: Escape to the Country

Alistair Appleton helps a couple find a retreat to keep rescued donkeys in Perthshire.
Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Alistair Appleton

: Homes under theHammer

A family home in Harrogate and a Battersea flat. (Revised rpt)

: Trash to Cash

Gill Noble from Essex wants to sell her clutter so she can buy a new display cabinet. Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Contestant: Gill Noble

: Cash in the Attic

Sandra Malone raises money for flying lessons.

Contributors

Contestant: Sandra Malone

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Doctors: Toys

Daniel discovers fixing dolls is easier than repairing relationships, while Rob and Karen's day off goes awry.
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 6pm

Contributors

Writer: Rob Kinsman
Dr Daniel Granger: Matthew Chambers
Charlie Myers: Geoffrey Davies
Lorna Myers: Emma Davies
Cherry Malone: Sophie Abelson

: Murder, She Wrote: Birds of a Feather

Jessica helps a groom who has been accused of murder.

: News; Weather

Regional News

: CBBC: League of Super Evil

Nanny Boo Boo moves to the lair.
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF

: CBBC: Newsround

: Weakest Link

Ruthless quiz. (R)

: The One Show

With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.

Contributors

Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Presenter: Christine Bleakley

: Bang Goes the Theory: 1/10

A team of presenters devise ways of explaining developments in technology. Tonight Dallas Campbell and Liz Bonnin find out about a system of gait recognition, while Jem Stansfield tries to knock down a house of bricks using a supersonically generated vortex ring.
Tomorrow people: page 21
Followed by News Update

Contributors

Presenter: Dallas Campbell
Presenter: Liz Bonnin
Presenter: Jem Stansfield
Series Producer: Ed Booth
Editor: Dermot Caulfield

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Broadcasting Science 4 September 2016

: EastEnders

There's trouble at the Vic between Ronnie and Roxy.
Cast on Tuesday/Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Soaps: page 30

Contributors

Writer: Sally Abbott

: Panorama: The Trauma Industry

Veteran BBC war reporter Allan Little investigates how post-traumatic stress disorder is now becoming prevalent in the UK's motor insurance and workplace accident claims.
Signed at 1.05am
Note: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
The Inside Story: page 62

Contributors

Reporter: Allan Little
Producer: Kevin Toolis
Editor: Sandy Smith

: The Street: 3/6

Series three. Territorial Army soldier Nick Calshaw returns home after he is wounded in a suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan. But his welcome is short-lived when his paranoia and insecurities come to the surface, and he's haunted by memories.
Behind the scenes: page 10

Contributors

Writer: Jimmy McGovern
Writer: Esther Wilson
Producer: Matthew Bird
Director: Terry McDonough
Nick: Jonas Armstrong
Alan: Ian Puleston-Davies
Kim: Siobhan Finneran
Dee: Anna Friel
Vinny: Martin Walsh
Gemma: Emily Beecham
Rob: Lee Turnbull
Ellie: Kirsty Leigh Porter
Gerry: Des Cummings
Terry: Steve Bell
Colin: Sebastian Shaw
Army sergeant: Tony Mooney
Hasam: Moey Hassan

: BBC News

With George Alagiah.
Regional News
Weather with Rob McElwee

Contributors

Newsreader: George Alagiah
Weatherman: Rob McElwee

: Blood, Sweat and Takeaways: 1/4

Six Britons travel to South East Asia to find out what is involved in the production of the food they take for granted. They begin by exploring Indonesia's tuna industry in Bitung.
First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Director/Producer: James Christie-Miller

: Goodbye Charlie Bright

Coming-of-age drama starring Paul Nicholls.
A group of teenagers on a south London estate reach a crossroads in their lives. Film of the Day: p36 (2000,18)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director: Nick Love
Charlie Bright: Paul Nicholls
Justin: Roland Manookian
Eddie: Phil Daniels
Tony: Jamie Foreman
Francis: Danny Dyer
'Blondie': Dani Behr

: Sign Zone


Repeats not indicated.

The Supersizers Eat.... The French Revolution: 3/6
The treats of revolutionary France.

2.05 Desperate Romantics: 1/6
Drama.

3.05 Taking the Flak: 3/7
Harry is grilled.

3.35 Heir Hunters
A deceased farm labourer.

(Signed)

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