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: Breakfast

Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.

Contributors

Presenter: Susanna Reid
Presenter: Charlie Stayt

: Heir Hunters

The problems caused by not writing a will.

: Escape to the Country

Alistair Appleton helps a couple find the perfect country home in Herefordshire.
Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Alistair Appleton

: Homes under theHammer

A development project in Kent and a semi-detached house in Derby. (Revised repeat)

: Trash to Cash

Raising cash for a cycling holiday in Europe.
Followed by News; Weather

: Cash in the Attic

A woman who wants to sell her family heirlooms to raise money for riding lessons.

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Doctors: A Bit of a Pickle

Michelle is caught in the middle of a warring divorced couple. And Cherry grows increasingly suspicious.
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 6pm

Contributors

Writer: Tracey Black
Michelle Corrigan: Donnaleigh Bailey
Cherry Malone: Sophie Abelson
Doreen Webster: Angela Wynter
Clifford Webster: Victor Romero Evans

: Murder, She Wrote: Murder to a Jazz Beat

Jessica takes a trip to New Orleans and helps solve the murder of a jazz musician.

: CBBC: Bear Behaving Badly

Barney looks after a celebrity bird.

: CBBC: League of Super Evil

Voltar quits the team.
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF

: CBBC: Basil's Game Show

Sketches, games and fun.

: CBBC: Hotel Trubble: 5/13

A thief tries to steal a diamond.

: CBBC: Newsround

: Weakest Link

Tactical quiz.

: The One Show

With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.

Contributors

Presenter: Adrian Chiles
Presenter: Christine Bleakley

: Air Medics: 7/7

Crews of the Great North Air Ambulance are pushed to the limit dealing with crashes. They include a motorcyclist so seriously hurt in a collision with a bus that a doctor has to perform surgery at the scene.
Followed by News Update

Contributors

Producer: Paul Tucker
Series producer: Amanda Reilly

: EastEnders

Libby and Denise's tentative peace is threatened by a dark declaration from Owen. Tanya suspects Max may be up to his old tricks. Meanwhile, Ronnie comes face to face with a mystery stranger from her past.
Cast on Tuesday and Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Omnibus next Sunday

Contributors

Writer: Spenser Frearson

: Traffic Cops

A new weapon in the police's arsenal, the Taser, is used on the streets of Humberside for the first time.

Contributors

Director/Executive producer: Bruce Lippold

: Hotel Babylon: 7/8

Series four. James's future lies in Gino's hands when they are tasked with overseeing the extravagant funeral of a VIP guest. An old flame of Juliet's staying at Babylon is keen to rekindle their relationship. Sam is jealous and embarks on a one-night stand with a hotel guest. Ben exposes an imposter.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Guest Stars Gallery: [web address removed]

Hotel Babylon 9.00pm BBC1, BBC HD
DRAMA
Genuine isn't a word that pops into your mind once you've stepped inside the gleaming lobby of Hotel Babylon. But this week the place has even more fakes than usual.
To start with, the hotel's holding an extravagant funeral wake for a famous Italian artist (Scottish actor Clive Russell is a not-altogether-convincing corpse - every so often you can see him breathing) whose widow isn't as grief-stricken as she initially appears. Then there's a newspaper journalist (Lucy Liemann) whose reasons for hosting a baby shower for her best friend are not exactly altruistic; and a successful comedian and old flame of Juliet's - Hugh Dennis, hardly stretching himself - who is a tad economical with the truth.
But it's behind the hotel's front desk that the biggest bit of fakery is going on. Amy Nuttall, looking like a cross between Ugly Betty and Catherine Tate's Lauren, joins the cast as a new receptionist whose credentials are about as authentic as the hotel's artwork. (Jane Rackham)

Contributors

Writer: Jess Williams
Producer: Polly Williams
Director: Andy Hay
Sam: Nigel Harman
Tony: Dexter Fletcher
Juliet: Anna Wilson-Jones
Gino: Martin Marquez
James: Ray Coulthard
Ben: Michael Obiora
Emily: Alexandra Moen
Tanya: Danira Govic
Sophie: Poppy Elliot
Luna Cucci: Thaila Zucchi
Eve Cucci: Sally Dexter
Charlotte: Lucy Liemann
Precious: Nia Roberts
Doug: Charles Mayer
Phil McGuiness: John Hopkins
Isabel: Siobhan Hewlett
Craig: Tom Turner
Pallbearer: Peter McNally
Melanie: Amy Nuttall
Jim Doodv: Hugh Dennis
Christiano Cucci: Clive Russell

: BBC News

With Fiona Bruce.
Regional News
Weather with Jay Wynne

Contributors

Newsreader: Fiona Bruce
Weatherman: Jay Wynne

: Rock 'n' Roll Hotel: 2/3

Work on Mark Fuller's Sanctum, London's first rock 'n' roll-themed boutique hotel, has been slow over the Christmas period. And a catalogue of disasters and hold-ups add to the spiralling costs. Two rooms are being prepared for a marketing shoot but there's a crucial item missing: a bed. With paying guests booked, building work may have to be put back a month, delaying the grand opening once again.

Contributors

Director: Tanya Winston
Series producer: Philip Jones

: Old School

Irreverent comedy starring Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn. Bored with their adult lives, three 30-something buddies try to recapture the fun of their college years by establishing their own off-campus fraternity.
Review page 42 (2003,15)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director: Todd Phillips
Mitch Martin: Luke Wilson
Frank Ricard: Will Ferrell
Bernard 'Beanie' Campbell: Vince Vaughn

: Sign Zone

Repeats not indicated.
Silverville: 1/3
The lives of residents in Lovat Fields, a retirement village in Milton Keynes. (Signed)

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