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: Breakfast

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


Presenter: Kate Silverton
Presenter : Charlie Stayt

: Heir Hunters

The team uncovers a family secret and a gravestone has a tale to tell.

: Escape to the Country

A rural retreat in Cambridgeshire has enough land for a quad-biking track. Followed by News; Weather

: Homes under theHammer

Featuring a Kent bungalow and a flat in London with a few surprises. (Revised rpt)

: Trash to Cash

A couple from Chelmsford in Essex sell off their clutter to pay for a family day out.
Followed by News; Weather

: Cash in the Attic

Artist Gloria Meyer learns she has two cabinets that may be valuable.


Contestant: Gloria Meyer

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Doctors: No Way Out

Rob has to choose between his family and career.
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 6pm


Writer: Michael Chappell
Dr Heston Carter: Owen Brenman
Rob Hollins: Chris Walker
Kenneth How: John Walters
Martin How: David Acton

: Murder, She Wrote: Death Takes a Curtain Call

Jessica investigates the murder of a ballerina.

: CBeebies: Mister Maker

Egg boxes become incredible insects.

: CBBC: League of Super Evil

Doktor Frogg's birthday is spoilt. Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF

: Newsround

: Weakest Link

Ruthless quiz.

: BBC News


: The One Show

With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.


Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Presenter: Christine Bleakley

: Bang Goes the Theory: 2/10

Dallas Campbell meets a top scientist from Nasa to investigate "Goldilocks" planets, which may have the necessary characteristics to support human life. Jem Stansfield designs a vertical take-off device that uses jets of water to propel him upward.
Followed by News Update


Presenter: Dallas Campbell
Presenter: Jem Stansfield
Series producer: Ed Booth
Editor: Dermot Caulfield

: EastEnders

Minty puts pressure on Dawn to decide between Phil and Garry. Can Ryan be the brother Whitney wants?
Cast on Tuesday and Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Soaps: page 33


Writer: Christopher Reason

: Panorama: Smugglers' Tales

Revealing the constant game of cat and mouse between prisoners determined to get their fix inside and officers equally intent on preventing drugs from reaching inmates. Reporter Raphael Rowe talks to convicts, mules and a corrupt prison officer, jailed after delivering drugs himself.
Signed Note: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change


Reporter: Raphael Rowe
Producer: Judith Ahern
Producer: Sandy Smith

: The Street: 4/6

Series three: Kieran is a lonely chef who's had enough of the influx of foreign workers into the country. After a night drinking with his mate Duffy, who is on invalidity benefit, the pair come across a burning building where a Polish girl is crying out for help.

[Photo caption] Chef Kieran (Joseph Mawle) few anger management to deal
PICK OF THE DAY The Street 9.00pm BBC1
DRAMA OF THE WEEK Joseph Mawle is in no danger of being typecast. His recent roles include Jesus and the Yorkshire Ripper, which by any standards shows a good range. He's also very, very good, with the knack of drawing us head first into the world of every character he plays.
Tonight, that's not a great place to be. He plays Kieran, a thwarted bundle of anger and prejudice who picks arguments with Polish immigrants and abuses the African cooks in the kitchen where he's head chef. Kieran is single and alone and it's not hard to see why.
However, in a deft twist of plotting, Kieran finds himself one day not only acclaimed as a hero but facing the prospect of love for the first time since his wife left him. But one thing's for sure in The Street - your weaknesses will find you out and punish you, and Kieran soon goes from being a knight in shining armour to something altogether grubbier. As another painful morality tale plays out on screen, it's very hard to look away. David Butcher The Alison Graham column: page 47


Writer: Jimmy McGovern
Writer: Peter Lloyd
Producer: Matthew Bird
Director: David Blair
Kieran: Joseph Mawle
Olenka: Julia Krynke
Duffy: Steve Marsh
Shay: Stephen Graham
Maria: Tanya Moodie
Marek: Piotr Baumann
Stacey: Melanie Clare
Lynette: Kelly Condron
Samantha: Samantha Blakey
Anna: Zuzanna Glebocka

: BBC News

Regional News


Newsreader: Fiona Bruce
Weatherman: Elizabeth Saary

: Blood, Sweat and Takeaways: 2/4

The Brits arrive in Kalimantan, Indonesia, to work in the prawn industry. Their home is a jungle shack with no beds, TV or running water and their dinner consists of what they can catch.
First shown on BBC3


Series producer: Jo Bishop
Executive producer: Tim Quicke
Executive producer: Mark Rubens

: Red Dust

Thought-provoking drama set in post-apartheid South Africa, starring Hilary Swank and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Lawyer Sarah Barcant returns to her South African homeland to represent politician Alex Mpondo. But is he telling the truth?
Review page 41 (2004, 15)
Followed by Weatherview


Director: Tom Hooper
Sarah Barcant: Hilary Swank
Alex Mpondo: Chiwetel Ejiofor

: Sign Zone

Repeats are not indicated.

The Supersizers Eat....: The Twenties: 4/6
Was it the food that made the 1920s roar?

2.30 Desperate Romantics: 2/6
John Millais chooses Lizzie Siddal as the model for his latest painting.

3.30 Taking the Flak: 4/7
Finding a story.

4.00 Heir Hunters
A widow's relatives.


: BBC News

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