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Souki Hildreth creates a lavender dining room, Andy Sturgeon re-creates the white garden at Sissinghurst in Kent, while
Kristian Digby explains how life on a farm is affordable for many. Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Souki Hildreth
Unknown:
Andy Sturgeon
Unknown:
Kristian Digby
on BBC One London

Ends 5.35.
Arthur
A new girl arrives in town, then a friend of Arthur's stays the weekend.

4.10 Rugrats
Chuckie thinks his old life is over and the babies see a magic show.

4.35 The Basil Brush Show
The cheeky fox and his friends turn their flat into "Brush Manor".
Episode written by Dan Robins and Danny Tetsell

5.00 Call the Shots
Would-be TV Presenter Danielle, 14, joins Sarah Cawood in Hollywood to interview Frankie Muniz, star of new action film Agent Cody Banks, and Steve Wilson visits Pinewood Studios to glimpse the making of Thunderbirds. With Holly Willoughby.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2

5.25 Newsround

Contributors

Written By:
Dan Robins
Written By:
Danny Tetsell
Presenter:
Sarah Cawood
Guest:
Frankie Muniz
Presenter:
Steve Wilson
Presenter:
Holly Willoughby

A selection of this week's chart hits and music videos.
Executive producer Chris Cowey Repeated tomorrow 88 Fancy the Top of the Pops theme tune on your mobile? Visit www.radiotimes.com for more information

Contributors

Producer:
Chris Cowey

Kate forces Joanne to admit their similar taste in men.
Episode written by Julia Honour
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday

Contributors

Written By:
Julia Honour
Phil Mitchell:
Steve McFadden
Kate Morton:
Jill Halfpenny
Dennis Rickman:
Nigel Harman
Joanne Ryan Tara:
Lynne O'Neill
Andy Hunter:
Michael Higgs
Charlie Slater:
Derek Martin
Kat Slater:
Jessie Wallace
Alfie Moon:
Shane Richie
Spencer Moon:
Christopher Parker
Janine Butcher:
Charlie Brooks
Paul Trueman:
Gary Beadle
Barry Evans:
Shaun Williamson
Garry Hobbs:
Ricky Groves
Laura Beale:
Hannah Waterman
Pauline Fowler:
Wendy Richard
Dot Branning:
June Brown
Derek Harkinson:
Ian Lavender
Martin Fowler:
James Alexandrou
Kel ly Taylor:
Brooke Kinsella
Zoe Slater:
Michelle Ryan
Ronny Ferreira:
Ray Panthaki
Tariq Larousi:
Nabil Elouahabi
Kareena Ferreira:
Pooja Shah
Adi Ferreira:
Ameet Chana
Asif Malik:
Ashvin Luximon
Sam Mitchell:
Kim Medcalf
Little Mo Mitchell:
Kacey Ainsworth
Billy Mitchell:
Perry Fenwick
Sonia Jackson:
Natalie Cassidy
Jim Branning:
John Bardon
Dan Ferreira:
Dalip Tahil
Patrick Trueman:
Rudolph Walker
Mo Harris:
Laita Morse
Ricky Butcher:
Sid Owen
Pat Evans:
Pam St Clement
Ian Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Sharon Watts:
Letitia Dean
DCI Marsden:
Sophie Stanton
Mickey:
Joe Swash
Sangita Harris:
Nathalie Armin

Waiting to Inhale. The Harpers live up to their unusual family motto - but then they are a rather peculiar clan.
Written by Fred Barron ; Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer John Bartlett
www.bbc.co.uk/myfamily

Contributors

Written By:
Fred Barron
Director:
Dewi Humphreys
Producer:
John Bartlett
Ben:
Robert Undsay
Susan:
Zoe Wanamaker
Michael:
Gabriel Thomson
Abi:
Siobhan Hayes
Bex:
Gemma Gregory
Bex's mother:
Victoria Wicks

Highlights of tonight's action from York Hall in Bethnal Green, east London, which sees Michael Sprott in the first defence of his Southern Area heavyweight title -take on Southampton's undefeated Colin Kenna. Also appearing is cruiserweight David Haye. Presented by Ron Mcintosh , with Steve Bunce and Richie Woodhall.
Editor Jim Bentley ; Producer Chris Lewis

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Sprott
Unknown:
Colin Kenna.
Unknown:
David Haye.
Presented By:
Ron McIntosh
Unknown:
Steve Bunce
Unknown:
Richie Woodhall.
Editor:
Jim Bentley
Producer:
Chris Lewis

Drama starring Missy Crider,
Mike Farrell and Jill Clayburgh. In the wake of a car accident, an undiscovered head injury leads to a drastic personality change in a young woman. Review page 47.
Director James Frawley (1997, 15)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Farrell
Unknown:
Jill Clayburgh.
Director:
James Frawley

BBC One London

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