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Presented by Sophie Raworth from London and Jeremy Bowen , Bill Turnbull and Philip Hayton from Washington DC.
Timetable on Monday (S) (W)

Contributors

Presented By:
Sophie Raworth
Presented By:
Jeremy Bowen
Unknown:
Bill Turnbull
Unknown:
Philip Hayton

A mother is diagnosed with Huntington's disease.
(S) (W)

Contributors

Writer:
Tom Fry
Writer:
Sharon Kelly
Dr Helen Thompson:
Corrinne Wicks
Dr Steve Rawlings:
Mark Frost
Margaret Cadogan:
Maggie Ollerenshaw
Louise Cadogan:
Natalie Morse
Pamela Jennings:
Jacinta Mulcahy

Concluding the drama. Tranters End is jubilant after the Happy Hamlet competition.
Written by Nick Reed. based on the book by Kate Saunders (S)

Contributors

Written By:
Nick Reed.
Book By:
Kate Saunders
SkirtyMarm:
Laura Sadler
Old Noshie:
Lucy Davis
Mrs Abercrombie:
Jan Harvey
Mrs Bagg-Meanly:
Paula Jacobs
Chris Tucker:
Scott Charles
Detty Groggs:
Paula Stockbridge
Harold Snelling:
Joseph O'Conor
Ben Babbercom:
Gyuri Sarossy
Mrs Tucker:
Polly Irvin

Tina forces the Grovers to face the consequences of their actions.
Written by Rachel Dawson
Continues on Thursday (S)

Contributors

Written By:
Rachel Dawson
Emma:
Holly Wilkinson
Matt:
Adam Scott
Ollie:
Louis Watson
Sita:
Gauri Vedhara
Barry:
Steven Douglass
Cher:
Jody Baldwin
Claire:
Victoria Hawkins
Nat:
Alexa Gibb

Craig Doyle visits Weymouth in Dorset, Sarah Greene is on a two-centre trip to Singapore and the island of Tioman, and Rowland Rivron takes a cruise on the Dutch waterways. Series producers Lindsay Bradbury and Jacqui Stephenson
Editor JannineWaddell (S) (W)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Craig Doyle
Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Rowland Rivron
Producers:
Lindsay Bradbury
Producers:
Jacqui Stephenson

Phil's anger erupts as Peggy fails to cope.
For credits see Monday (S) (W)

Contributors

Pat Evans:
Pam St Clement
Peggy Butcher:
Barbara Windsor
Roy Evans:
Tony Caunter
Barry Evans:
Shaun Williamson
Jamie Mitchell:
Jack Ryder
Phil Mitchell:
Steve McFadden
Lisa Shaw:
Lucy Benjamin
Sonia Jackson:
Natalie Cassidy
Ian Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Pauline Fowler:
Wendy Richard
Dot Cotton:
June Brown
Eddie Skinner:
Richard Vanstone
Kerry Skinner:
Gemma McCluskie
Ashley Cotton:
Frankie Fitzgerald
Robbie Jackson:
Dean Gaffney
Jim Branning:
John Bardon
Charlie Slater:
Derek Martin
Zoe Slater:
Michelle Ryan
Mo Harris:
Laila Morse
Little Mo Morgan:
Kacey Ainsworth
Janine Butcher:
Charlie Brooks
Terry Raymond:
Gavin Richards

Regional Variations (2)

My Family

Series 1

Episode 8: Much Ado about Ben

Duration: 28 minutes

on BBC One West

Available for 3 months

Domestic sitcom following the trials and tribulations of a harassed dentist and his family. Ben finds out that his son is taking Viagra.

Contributors

Ben Harper:
Robert Lindsay
Susan Harper:
Zoe Wanamaker
Nick Harper:
Kris Marshall
Janey Harper:
Daniela Denby-Ashe
Michael Harper:
Gabriel Thomson
Brigitte McKay:
Daisy Donovan
Dr Kelly:
Martina Laird
Bartender:
Ronnie Fox
Mr Briggs:
Phillip Manikum
Director:
Baz Taylor
Producer:
John Bartlett

Regional Variations (2)

The Sins

Episode 3: Lust

Duration: 55 minutes

on BBC One West

Based on the theme of Lust. Len feels as though he has been emasculated.

Genres

Series

The Sins

Live coverage, presented by David Dimbleby and with graphics from Peter Snow, as America goes to the polls to elect a new President and 50 Senators. John Simpson and Philippa Thomas will be with the candidates - Al Gore and George W Bush - and Gavin Hewitt will follow Hillary Clinton in her bid for a seat in the Senate.
See Choice.
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E-Mail: [email address removed]
Women, the White House and the media: page 25

Contributors

Presenter:
David Dimbleby
Analysis:
Peter Snow
Reporter:
John Simpson
Reporter:
Philippa Thomas
Reporter:
Gavin Hewitt
Director:
Rob Hopkin
Editor:
Alexandra Henderson

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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