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: Breakfast 24

Presented by Louise Minchin and David Robertson.
Including news headlines every 15 minutes: 7.16,7.35,8.16 sport, plus Olympic updates live from Sydney:
7.23,7.46,8.23 business news;
7.24, 7.55, 8.25 weather, regional news and travel.
Directors Anthony Brown , Simon Buglione , Ted Nixon and Tim Oakley
Editor Simon Waldman (S)

Contributors

Presented By: Louise Minchin
Presented By: David Robertson.
Directors: Anthony Brown
Directors: Simon Buglione
Directors: Ted Nixon
Directors: Tim Oakley
Editor: Simon Waldman

: Teletubbies

Chinese New Year. The Tubbies watch a parade. (R) (S)

: Olympic Grandstand

Steve Rider, Sue Barker and Sharron Davies present live coverage of the fourth day of the ! Sydney games.
NOTE: events may alterthe following timings.
8.55 Swimming The women's 100m backstroke final. With commentary by Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse.
9.05 Gymnastics Action from the start of the men's team gymnastics final.
10.05 Swimming Including coverage of the women's 100m breaststroke final. (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/olympics
10.55 News (S); Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Sue Barker
Unknown: Sharron Davies
Commentary By: Andy Jameson
Commentary By: Adrian Moorhouse.

: Thunder Rock

Drama starring
Michael Redgrave. A writer takes up a lonely job as the keeper of a lighthouse called Thunder Rock. Living in isolation, he conjures up some ghostly companions for inspiration.
Director Roy Boulting (1942)
(BW) (S) Films: pp 60-66 ****

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Redgrave.
Director: Roy Boulting
David Charleston: Michael Redgrave
Ellen Kirby: Barbara Mullen
Streeter: James Mason
Melanie Kurtz: Lilli Palmer
Captain Joshua: Finlay Currie
Dr Kurtz: Frederick Valk

: Home Front Tricks

Lloyd Farmar turns a dull church hall into the ideal room for a wedding reception. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Lloyd Farmar

: Rallying

Mark James presents coverage of the tenth round of the World Rally championship in Cyprus.
Shown yesterday at 4pm

Contributors

Unknown: Mark James

: Working Lunch

Weekday roundup of business and consumer news.

: Diagnosis Murder

Call Me Incontestable.
Mark Sloan links a supposed suicide to a dating agency. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Sloan

: Quincy

Sweet Land of Liberty. Sam asks Quincy to investigate the strange behaviour of an old friend. (R) (S)

: News; Regional News

(S) (Digital only: UK Today); Weather

: Olympic Grandstand

John Inverdale and Steve Cram introduce further live action from Sydney.
4.00 Basketball Commentary on host nation Australia v Brazil.
4.30 Hockey Nigel Starmer-Smith and Karen Brown introduce action from today's pool matches, featuring the British men's and women's hockey teams.
5.00 Football Report
Garth Crooks reports on the latest football action. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Steve Cram
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Karen Brown
Unknown: Garth Crooks

: The Weakest Link

Anne Robinson hosts the weekday elimination quiz. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson

: The Simpsons

Grandpa v Sexual Inadequacy. Grandpa reveals that
Homer's conception was accidental. (R) (S)
A Simpsons double bill can be seen on Friday at 6pm

: The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Asses to Ashes. Judge Robertson defeats Philip in the elections, but dies during the victory. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Judge Robertson

: Farscape

Look at the Princess (part 2). The three-part story continues as Crichton agrees to marry the princess. (S)

: The Good Life

Sweet and Sour Charity. Tom and Barbara discover oil.
Written by Bryan Winter : Director Shelley Jensen (R)

Contributors

Written By: Bryan Winter
Director: Shelley Jensen

: University Challenge

A team from Birmingham University takes on the reigning champions Durham, with questions posed by Jeremy Paxman. Another round can be seen tomorrow at 8pm.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.
Director: Tracey Rooney
Producer: Peter Gwyn

: Delia's How to Cook - Part Two

Delia Smith continues her back-to-basics cookery guide with a lesson on how to prepare poultry.
Director Philip Bonham Carter ; Executive producer David Willcock (R) (S) 6760 i BBC BOOK: Delia How to Cook - Book Two available from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Delia Smith
Director: Philip Bonham Carter
Producer: David Willcock
Unknown: Delia How

: The Cops

The Bafta Award-winning drama returns with a two-part story. On the morning after the party celebrating her promotion Natalie finds herself waking up next to Sergeant Giffen. However more serious concerns soon come to the fore with the case of a pregnant runaway teenager. Contai ns strong language and violence. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Written by Jimmy Gardner ; Producer Ann Harrison-Baxter
Director Kenny Glenaan For further cast see tomorrow (S) (W) Programme of the Week: page 71

Contributors

Written By: Jimmy Gardner
Producer: Ann Harrison-Baxter
Director: Kenny Glenaan
Natalie: Clare McGlinn
Dean: Danny Seward
Roy: John Henshaw
Sgt Giffen: Rob Dixon
Mel: Katy Cavanagh
Jaz: Parvez Qadir
Jellicoe: Steve Garti
Wakefield: David Crellin
Insp Newland: Mark Chatterton
John: Michael McNally
Maggie: Jan Pearson
Ellen: Deirdre Costello
Maqsood: Ash Verrez

: Ads Infinitum

Victor Lewis-Smith continues his irreverent look at archive TV and cinema commercials. Tonight his subject is holidays. (S)

Contributors

Writer: Victor Lewis-Smith
Director: Anton Pillar
Producer: Anton Pillar

: Goodness Gracious Me

The rerun of the comedy show continues and this week features the spoof Asian children's show Live and Cooking. Directors Christine Gemon. Nick Wood ; Producer Anil Gupta (R) (S) (W)

Contributors

Directors: Christine Gemon.
Directors: Nick Wood
Producer: Anil Gupta

: Newsnight

WithKirstyWark. Including at 11.00 News headlines.
Editor Sian Kevill (S)

Contributors

Editor: Sian Kevill

: Tinsel Town

Seventh in a ten-part drama set in Glasgow's high-octane club scene. Ryan and Lewis are thrown together again and Lex tells Stella of her dark secret. Contains strong language.
Written by Ed McCardie ; Producer Robbie Allen ; Director Davie McKay
Repeated on Friday at 1.15am (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By: Ed McCardie
Producer: Robbie Allen
Director: Davie McKay
Sandra: Mandy Matthews
Jack: Paul Thomas Hickey
Ryan: David Paisley
Lewis: Stevie Allen
Brady: Steven Duffy
Coutts: Stuart Sinclair Blyth
Teresa: Dawn Steele
Colin: Paul Samson
Michael: Seamus Gubbins
Frank: Laurie Ventry
Jacqueline: Barbara Rafferty
Stella: Jim Twaddale
Marie: Patricia Ross
Connor Doyle: Andrew Flannagan

: Seinfeld

The Andrea Doria. George has a battle with a shipwreck survivor over a new apartment.
For cast and next episode see tomorrow at 11.50pm IS)
Then Forty Eight Preludes and Fugues Bach's Prelude and Fugue in E flat (Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2 No 7).
Director Peter Mumford : Producer Fiona Morris (S) (W)

Contributors

Director: Peter Mumford
Producer: Fiona Morris

: BBC Learning Zone

Open University 12.30 The Lyonnais: a Changing Economy (S)
655291.30 Nature Display'd (S)
Secondary Schools 2.00 English: Poems from other cultures and religions; Poetry Backpack (S)
Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (part 2); Talk Spanish (parts 1-2)
Working In the Community 5.00 Volunteering Ends 6am.








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