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With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Plus, from 8.30, Philippa Forrester delivers another report on preparations for Christmas at Alder Hey children's hospital, Liverpool.
Timetable on Monday


Dermot Murnaghan
Natasha Kaplinsky
on BBC One London

Ends 5.35.

The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody poses as royalty. Chilly sails on a cruise ship, and Wally cannot get to sleep. Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2

4.05 Mona the Vampire
Mona's pet cat, Fang, is held captive by an emperor of the sea.

4.15 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Tracy willingly takes part in an advertisement for foster parents. A new series begins in January.
Written by Elly Brewer

4.30 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza's troublesome cousin causes chaos when he pays a visit.

5.00 SMart
Origami, drawing with pastels and making decorations from pine cones.

5.25 Newsround


Writer ("The Story of Tracy Beaker"):
Elly Brewer
Tracy Beaker:
Dani Harmer
Montanna Thompson
Chelsie Padley
Joe Starrs
Sonny Muslim
Jay Haher

Cameras watch in real time as a stuntwoman attempts to escape from a blazing inferno designed to replicate the conditions of a house fire. Plus a look at the effects of smoke inhalation, and maximising the chances of survival. Director Roy Chapman ; Executive Producer Dick Colthurst


Roy Chapman
Dick Colthurst

How far will Martin go to prove a point? Jamie's day takes an unexpected turn. Anthony sets the record straight.
Episode written by Rob Gittins
Producer Jenny Robins
Director Emma Bridgeman -Williams


Written By:
Rob Gittins
Jenny Robins
Emma Bridgeman
Sonia Jackson:
Natalie Cassidy
Phil Mitchell:
Steve McFadden
Jamie Mitchell:
Jack Ryder
Martin Fowler:
James Alexandrou
Spencer Moon:
Christopher Parker
Alfie Moon:
Shane Richie
Peggy Mitchell:
Barbara Windsor
Charlie Slater:
Derek Martin
Derek Harkinson:
Ian Lavender
Pauline Fowler:
Wendy Richard

The parents of Jason Powell, a young boy who is vehemently opposed to an operation that could save his life, resort to the courts in an attempt to overrule him. High Court judge Deed must grapple with the dilemma in the last episode of the series, which returns next year.


G.F. Newman
Andy Hay
Judge John Deed:
Martin Shaw
Jo Mills:
Jenny Seagrove
Mel Powell:
Samantha Janus
Andy Powell:
Mark Womack
Jason Powell:
Nicholas Hoult
Charlie Deed:
Louisa Clein
Sir Joseph Channing:
Donald Sinden
Georgia Channing:
Caroline Langrishe
Row Colemore:
Christopher Cazenove
Sir Michael Nivan:
Trevor Bowen
Sir Ian Rochester:
Simon Chandler
Rita Cooper:
Barbara Thorn
Stephen Ashurst:
Dave Norman
David Lavender:
Gregor Henderson Begg
Paulo Dorrell:
Daniel Newman
Brian Payne:
William Ely
Sir James Valentine:
Frank Windsor
DCI Skinns:
Michael J. Jackson
Brian Harrison:
Michael Eaves
Dennis Jordan:
Paul Venables
Orlando Figes:
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Malcolm Evans:
Jack Fortune
Karen Spring:
Rachel O'Meara
Peter Bushnell:
David Griffith
Howard Brandy:
Shan Khan
Mark Mills:
Nick Deigman
Young vicar:
Charlie Cox
Dr Graceman:
David Ericsson
Roberta Histon:
Ruby Turner
Boyd Payne:
Elliot Henderson-Boyle
James Barren
Sister Quinn:
Eileen Dunwoodie
Pinky Amador
Hugh Jenks:
Craig Purnell
Sister Lee:
Terri Levett
Nurse North:
Robert Beach
Sir Dominic Gander:
Frederick Treves

In the second of two programmes, Nick Hancock uses a compilation of highlights from the series to illustrate a digest of the sporting year from July to December.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers Bill Matthews , Harry Thompson


Nick Hancock
Ian Lorimer
Bill Matthews
Harry Thompson

Black comedy in which a social climber vows to do away with her husband when he quits as a writer and returns to practising small-town medicine. Review page 58.
Director Paul Shapiro (1998, 15)
Followed by Skiing Weather


Paul Shapiro

Mystery thriller. A scientist investigating pollution on an island off the Cornish coast is perturbed by the hostile, standoffish behaviour of the locals. Review page 58.
Director Peter Sasdy (1972)


Peter Sasdy

BBC One London

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