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Tittle Tattle. Ben becomes enmeshed in a complicated case when a patient goes missing.
Episode written by Tracey Black
Regular cast on Friday

Contributors

Unknown:
Tittle Tattle.
Written By:
Tracey Black
Liam McGuire:
Tim Matthews
Terry Jackson:
Andy Greenhalgh
Sandra Jackson:
Jane Hutcheson
Linda Sharman:
Samantha Edmonds
DS Bruce:
Paul Moriarty
DS Norris Mark:
James Powlett
on BBC One London

Ends 5.35.

Angelmouse
Animation, narrated by David Jason. (R) (S)

3.30 Tweenies
Bella shows the Tweenies how to make check patterns. (S) (W)

3.50 Dennis the Menace
Animated mischief with the stripey-jumpered prankster. (R) (S)

4.10 Rugrats
An animated double bill with the youngsters. (R) (S)

4.35 Hollywood 7
S Club 7 continue to strive for recognition in Hollywood.
Written by Paul Alexander Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 (S)

5.00 Smart
Mark Speight. Jay Burridge and Kirsten O'Brien create an autumn scene and greetings cards. Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2 (S)

5.25 Newsround (S)

Contributors

Hannah:
Hannah Spearritt
Jon:
Jon Lee
Tina:
Tina Barrett
Bradley:
Bradley McLntosh
Jo:
Jo O'Meara
Paul:
Paul Cattermole
Rachel:
Rachel Stevens
Dean Strickland:
Barry Williams
Miguel Delgado:
Shalim Ortiz

The consumer programme asks if tax-payers get value for money from their MPs, reveals what MPs do in and outside Parliament and explores the mysteries of quangos. With Nicky Campbell , Kate Sanderson. David Bull and Adrian Goldberg. Series producer Peter McCann ; Editor Mark Killick
Repeated with sign language next Wednesday CONTACT DETAILS: phone [number removed], or e-mail via the programme's website: www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicky Campbell
Unknown:
Kate Sanderson.
Unknown:
David Bull
Unknown:
Adrian Goldberg.
Producer:
Peter McCann
Editor:
Mark Killick

Lynne has an llth-hour confession to make as the wedding approaches. Steve offers Beppe words of wisdom. Tamzin Outhwaite Goes Wild with Dolphins is at 9pm.
This week's episodes written by Christopher Reason Producer Anne Edyvean ; Director Stewart Edwards
More cast on Tuesday Repeated 10pm on BBC Choice

Contributors

Unknown:
Tamzin Outhwaite
Written By:
Christopher Reason
Producer:
Anne Edyvean
Director:
Stewart Edwards
Charlie Slater:
Derek Martin
Lynne Slater:
Elaine Lordan
Garry Hobbs:
Ricky Groves
Beppe di Marco:
Michael Greco
Little Mo Morgan:
Kacey Ainsworth
Trevor Morgan:
Alex Ferns
Mo Harris:
Laila Morse
Kat Slater:
Jessie Wallace
Belinda:
Leanne Lakey
Ian Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Melanie Owen:
Tamzin Outhwaite
Laura Beale:
Hannah Waterman
Roy Evans:
Tony Caunter
Jane Williams:
Ann Mitchell
PatEvans:
Pam St Clement
Steve Owen:
Martin Kemp

Second in a three-part series. Gone to the Dogs. Paul Kenyon goes undercover as a dog owner and trainer to expose the murky netherworld of greyhound racing - a sport whose popularity conceals the grim realities of race-fixing. Producers Darren Kemp , Derek Jones ; Series producer Sam Anstiss

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Kenyon
Producers:
Darren Kemp
Producers:
Derek Jones
Producer:
Sam Anstiss

Regional Variations (2)

Walking with Beasts

Original Series

Episode 4: Next of Kin

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

We travel back 3 million years to Ethiopia, where Australopithecus, one of the first upright apes, lived in danger of being hunted by sabre-toothed Dinofelis or charged by elephantine Deinotherium. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Born to be Wild

Tamzin Outhwaite Goes Wild with Dolphins

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One West

Documentary in which EastEnders actress Tamzin Outhwaite travels to the Bahamas and Florida to realise a lifelong ambition to swim with dolphins and to learn more about them. Show more

David Dimbleby presents the weekly topical-affairs debate from Bristol's Arnolfini arts centre.
Executive producer George Carey : Editor Nick Pisani

Contributors

Unknown:
David Dimbleby
Producer:
George Carey
Editor:
Nick Pisani

BBC One London

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