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Debate, lifestyle features and celebrity interviews.
Director Ian Blandord ; Editor Jay Hunt
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Followed by News; Weather

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Director:
Ian Blandord
Editor:
Jay Hunt

A Question of Priorities. A religious family is torn apart.
Episode written by Michael Chappell and Richard Stevens
More cast on Friday

Contributors

Written By:
Michael Chappell
Written By:
Richard Stevens
Lois Campbell:
Abigail Thaw
Abby Clifford:
Jo Castleton
PC White:
Matt Rozier
Julia Parsons:
Diane Keen
Lucy Wilson:
Rachel Joyce
Dave Wilson:
Tony Bell
Shona Wilson:
Mia-Jay Clarson
Lewis Parnell:
Jeffery Kisson
Wendy Parnell:
Kasia Haddad
James Orr:
Steve Chaplin

Ends 5.35.

Arthur
Pizza and cats keep the pals busy.

4.10 The Cramp Twins
The family visit a swamp.

4.20 X-periMENTAL
Teams from Annan in Scotland and Nottingham compete in the science show.
(Rptd next Mon on BBC2)

4.35 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy turns invisible and the Anti-Fairies cause chaos.

5.00 Blue Peter
Nasa astronaut Piers Sellers guests on the show.
(Repeated with sign language tomorrow 7.20am on BBC2)

5.20 Newsround Extra
Bollywood films and fashion.

Contributors

Guest (Blue Peter):
Piers Sellers

Hit by a van when two years old, Charlie has waited five years for an operation to cover his scar. Also in the first of this new six-part series, 15-year-old Amy undergoes tests to see if her severe epilepsy can be cured and baby Paul has teams of surgeons working simultaneously on his fingers and toes. Series producer Maggie Sutcliffe ; Executive producer Edwina vardey (Wi

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Producer:
Maggie Sutcliffe

Rule-breaking, malpractice and sloth on Britain's busiest transport system are costing us millions. Secret documents and covert film footage of maintenance gangs working for London Underground are among the evidence gathered by reporter Paul Kenyon and his team.

Investigation
Kenyon Confronts 7.30pm BBC1
Anyone who has ever travelled on the London Underground, and certainly anyone who is a regular Tube commuter, will be both appalled and infuriated by this extraordinary investigation. A member of investigative reporter Paul Kenyon's team spent weeks working under cover as a member (of subcontracted crew of workers who supposedly toil underground during the night on repairs and maintenance. The men have a four- to five-hour window in which to get crucial work done, after the trains have stopped running and the power has been turned off. Kenyon's hidden-camera footage reveals a group of men who, variously, mess around with potentially deadly equipment, fall asleep on platform benches and spend unconscionable amounts or time doing (or rather, not doing) the smallest and simplest of jobs, for which they're being paid the full rate. One crew member even picks up wallets thrown from Tube trains by pickpockets looking for cash, and uses the credit cards he finds to fund trips abroad. And, after all this, one of them has the nerve to shout to his workmates, laughing: "Now you know why it's so expensive for tickets." Yes, indeed, because, Kenyon tells us, 3.5 per cent of the cost of a London Tube ticket goes towards such "maintenance".

Kenyon, obviously not a man who is easily socially embarrassed, very bravely takes a megaphone and a giant screen to London's streets to show commuters exactly what is being done with their money. And he even gives London Underground managers a nasty shock when he turns up at their headquarters with his evidence.
(Alison Graham)

Contributors

Reporter:
Paul Kenyon
Producer:
Nick Aarons
Series Director:
Derek Jones

Roland Rat, Phillip Schofield, Floella Benjamin, Timmy Mallett and Blue Peter 's Simon Thomas run the gauntlet as Anne Robinson puts stars of children's TV to the test.

Contributors

Contestant:
Roland Rat
Contestant:
Phillip Schofield
Contestant:
Floella Benjamin
Contestant:
Timmy Mallett
Contestant:
Simon Thomas
Presenter:
Anne Robinson
Producer:
Alexandra McLeod
Presenter:
Jo Street
Series Producer:
Dee Todd

Burning, sinking or stranded vessels are attended by the helicopter rescue crews of northern Scotland, braving rough seas and perilous weather conditions. This film follows some of the most dramatic rescues.
Director Russell Barnes : Producer Ed Wardle

Contributors

Director:
Russell Barnes
Producer:
Ed Wardle

Crime drama. A couple's scheme to fake the husband's death does not go according to plan. Review page 51.
Director Michael Miller (2001)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director:
Michael Miller
Katie Williams:
Michele Greene
Reese Williams:
Marc Singer
Ginny Halloran:
Veronica Hamel
Charlie Halloran:
John Ratzenberger
John Logan:
William Katt
Mac:
George Dzundza

Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.30.
Antiques Roadshow Shown Sunday at 6.45pm
2.00 Watchdog Consumer show. Shown yesterday 7pm
2.30 The Life of Mammals Featuring meat eaters, from arctic foxes to the Siberian tiger.
3.30 Kids on Top Concluding the experiment in which children and parents swap roles. Shown last Wednesday
4.00 DIY SOS A family have been sharing a room since tragedy halted work on an extension. Shown last Thursday

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