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Ends 5.35.

Mona the Vampire
A mummy appears in town, then Mona tries to revive a snowman.

4.05 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza and Marianne's April fool's jokes get Tyler into deep trouble.
Continues at 4.35 pm.

4.20 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Nathan risks failing his exams. Episode written by Laura Summers
Cast on Thursday

4.35 The Wild Thornberrys
Concluding today's story.

4.45 Cavegirl
The stone age teen experiences her first kiss. Written by Daniel Peacock
Cast on Thursday

5.00 Grange Hill
It's show time for Anika and Nick. Annie confronts Emma about her rumour-mongering.
Episode written by Kaddy Benyon
Continues Thursday 5pm

5.25 Newsround


Writer (The Story of Tracy Beaker):
Laura Summers
Writer (Cavegirl):
Daniel Peacock
Writer (Grange Hill):
Kaddy Benyon
Emma Bolton:
Daniella Fray
Annie Wainwright:
Lauren Bunney
Tanya Young:
Kirsten Cassidy
Maddie Gilks:
Kacey Barnfield
Josh Irvine:
Shane Leonidas
Martin Miller:
Matthew Buckley
Baz Wainwright:
Thomas Hudson
Amy Davenport:
Lindsey Ray
Anika Modi:
Jalpa Patel
Nick Edwards:
Tom Graham

Pat is determined to say goodbye to Roy. But will Barry let her?. Episode written by Annie Wood For cast see Thursday and Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]


Annie Wood
Barry Evans:
Shaun Williamson
Pat Evans:
Pam St Clement
Peggy Mitchell:
Barbara Windsor
Charlie Slater:
Derek Martin
Mo Slater:
Laila Morse
Phil Mitchell:
Steve McFadden
Patrick Trueman:
Rudolph Walker
Paul Trueman:
Gary Beadle
Dr Anthony Trueman:
Nicholas L Bailey
Natalie Evans:
Lucy Speed
Dot Cotton:
June Brown
Ian Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Laura Beale:
Hannah Waterman
Jim Branning:
John Bardon
Ricky Butcher:
Sid Owen
Rev Tom Stuart:
Shaun Dooley
Janine Butcher:
Charlie Brooks
Sonia Jackson:
Natalie Cassidy
Derek Harkinson:
Ian Lavender
DI Dominic Price:
Paul Brennen

As the Day Is Long. The tension between Chrissie and Ed increases as they are caught up in a patient's secret affair.
Written by Patrick Wilde ; Producer Hugh Kennair-Jones
Director Richard Platt


Written By:
Patrick Wilde
Hugh Kennair-Jones
Richard Platt
Tom Campbell-Gore:
Denis Lawson
Alex Adams:
Jeremy Sheffield
Ed Keating:
Rocky Marshall
Chrissie Williams:
Tina Hobley
Sandy Harper:
Laura Sadler
Ric Griffin:
Hugh Quarshie
Diane Lloyd:
Patricia Potter
Danny Shaughnessy:
Jeremy Edwards
Steve Waring:
Peter de Jersey
Jess Griffin:
Verona Joseph
Anita Forbes:
Kirsty Mitchell
Becky Roper:
Alison King
Carl Jeffries:
Paul Opacic
Mitch Roper:
Michael Nardone
Sarah Eldritch:
Ann Bell
Roland Eldritch:
Matt Andrews
Lorna McKay:
Cat Simmons
Alan Colgan:
Marc Bannerman
Dean Fuller:
Mark Tonderai
Andrew Lewis

Eviction looms for a group of new-age travellers and their extended family of pot-belly pigs in the third of the series following environmental-health officers in north London. Director Livia Russell ; Series producer Jo Vale
Postponed from 25 March


Livia Russell

Smashed. As well as the usual high-speed pursuits and road-rage incidents, the officers of the South Yorkshire road traffic unit face a drugged driver. Narrated by Jamie Theakston.
Director Bruce Lippold ; Executive producer Charles Thompson


Jamie Theakston.
Bruce Lippold
Charles Thompson

Kirk Douglas. Legendary actor Kirk Douglas talks to Jonathan Ross about his career, which has featured leading roles in such epics as Spartacus, The Vikings and Paths to Glory and is soon to see him star alongside son Michael and grandson Cameron. Kirk Douglas's western Posse follows at 11.15pm. Director Angus Cameron : Series producer Allan Campbell The RT Interview: page 24


Kirk Douglas.
Kirk Douglas
Jonathan Ross
Angus Cameron
Allan Campbell

Western directed by and starring Kirk Douglas. An ambitious lawman aims to improve his political prospects by pursuing a wily bank robber. Widescreen. Review page 47.
(1975) Kirk Douglas stars in Champion on Friday at 12.15am on BBC2
Followed by Weathervlew


Kirk Douglas.
Kirk Douglas
Howard Nightingale:
Kirk Douglas
Jack Strawhorn:
Bruce Dern
Bo Hopkins
James Stacy
Luke Askew
David Canary

Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.55.
See Hear Shown on Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
1.35 Secrets of Leadership The mythology of John F Kennedy.
First shown on BBC2
2.25 Horizon: Flight 587 A look at the causes of the New York catastrophic air crash in November 2001. Shown last Thu on BBC2
3.15 How to Be a Gardener Alan Titchmarsh re-creates the rambling splendour of the British countryside in the last of the series.
Shown last Thursday on BBC2
3.45 Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
4.25 A Life Of Grime A kebab shop serving unwanted extras. With enhanced commentary for the visually impaired.


John F Kennedy.
Alan Titchmarsh

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