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With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky in the studio and, from 8.30,
Craig Doyle with his daily behind-the-scenes glimpse at Wimbledon. Timetable Monday


Dermot Murnaghan
Natasha Kaplinsky
Craig Doyle

Daily topical discussion. Executive editor David O'Keeffe
AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate)
Followed by News; Weather


David O'Keeffe

Guests Ian Bleasdale , Pam St Clement, Emma Kennedy and Charles Collingwood join regulars Fiona Bruce , Alan Coren and Rod Liddle.


Ian Bleasdale
Emma Kennedy
Charles Collingwood
Fiona Bruce
Alan Coren
Rod Liddle.

The ladies' quarter-finals should be getting under way today, and the players who reached last year's semi-finals - the Williams sisters, Justine Henin (now
Henin-Hardenne) and Amelie Mauresmo -would expect still to be in contention. Of the four, Henin undoubtedly had the toughest match in 2002 as she eventually came through against Monica Seles in a ding-dong battle that ended 7-5, 7-6.
With Sue Barker. BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information


Justine Henin
Monica Seles

The docusoap chronicling life for staff and travellers at
London Heathrow, the world's busiest international airport. Series producer Michael Houldey


Michael Houldey

An increasingly pressurised Vicki relies on Dennis's support as she decides her baby's future. Anthony is overcome by guilt, and Kat goes to town on a surprise for Alfie.
Episode written by Robin Mukherjee For cast see Thursday and Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 59 Is Phil getting hitched?: page 10; Soap & Flannel: page 40


Written By:
Robin Mukherjee

Loss of Faith. When Elizabeth is brought into Holby after an alleged mugging, Zubin faces serious police charges. A new nurse evinces a major mistrust of men.
Written by Martin Jameson ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly ; Director Luke Watson


Written By:
Martin Jameson
Rebecca Hedderly
Luke Watson
Tom Campbell-Gore:
Denis Lawson
Ed Keating:
Rocky Marshall
Chrissie Williams:
Tina Hobley
Sandy Harper:
Laura Sadler
Zubin Khan:
Art Malik
Diane Lloyd:
Patricia Potter
Kath Fox:
Jan Pearson
Owen Davis:
Mark Moraghan
Rosie Sattar:
Kim Vithana
Nic Yorke:
Uam Garrigan
Kelly Yorke:
Rachel Leskovac
Elizabeth Woods:
Emma Samms
Anthony Woods:
Jonathan Guy Lewis
Mitchell Hubbard:
Ken Drury
Val Hubbard:
Joanna McCallum
Daniel Hubbard:
Daniel Fredenburgh
Rhetta Kirkpatrick:
Claudia Cadette
Sol Kirkpatrick:
Clint Dyer
Clive Gifford:
Russell Layton
DI Maureen Blake:
Manon Eames

Night Night. Children's sleeping problems affect up to half of Britain's families. These disorders run the gamut from somnambulism to night terrors and even repeated banging of the head. The concluding instalment of this two-part insight into sleep disruption offers solutions to parents whose offspring come to life while unconscious. Director/Producer Emma Hindley


Emma Hindley

Every year 50,000 fires blaze across London. Some are started deliberately, some are accidental and some result from other crimes such as murder, but the cause of many remain a mystery. In the first of two programmes cameras follow London Fire Brigade's 29 "fire detectives" whose duty is to find the origin of all the capital's suspicious conflagrations. Director Aileen McCracken ; Executive producer Charles Thompson


Aileen McCracken
Charles Thompson

Comedy. New York morgue attendant Chuck Lumley 's peaceful existence is transformed when he joins the night shift and becomes involved in the money-making schemes of colleague Bill Blazejowski. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director Ron Howard (1982, 15)
Followed by Weathervlew


Chuck Lumley
Bill Blazejowski.
Ron Howard
Chuck Lumley:
Henry Winkler
Bill Blazejowski:
Michael Keaton
Belinda Keaton:
Shelley Long
Charlotte Koogle:
Gina Hecht
Edward Koogle:
Pat Corley
Bobby Dicicco
Nita Talbot
Frat boy:
Kevin Costner

Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.35.

See Hear
(Shown on Saturday at 11.15am on BBC2)

2.05 Get a New Life
The Goddard family from Coventry are whisked away by professional relocators Scott Huggins and Melissa Porter to New Zealand.
(First shown on BBC2)

3.05 Kill or Cure
An HIV-positive man rejects conventional drug therapy in favour of alternative medicine.
(First shown on BBC2)

4.05 Wildlife on One
Exploring the world of the flying lizard. Enhanced commentary for the visually impaired.


Unknown (Get a New Life):
Scott Huggins
Unknown (Get a New Life):
Melissa Porter

BBC One London

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