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Relative Values. A jealous son convinces his mother that she has Alzheimer's disease. Helen gets a surprise invite. Writer Tracey Black
Cast on Monday/Tuesday


Tracey Black
on BBC One London

Ends 5.35.

The soccer coach exhausts the team with demanding drills.
Then, why is Binky refusing to play during band practice?

4.10 All or Nothing
1/14 Game show featuring mental and Physical challenges. Hosted by Jamie Rickers and Tara Maguire.

4.35 Kerching!
1/13 Taj and the crew are still on course to make a million for his mum.
Writer Paul McKenzie

5.00 Short Change
1/15 The consumer show returns with a report into what went wrong with the Blazin' Squad fan club. Hosted by Angellica Bell, Ortis and Rhodri Owen. If you have a story that would interest the team call [number removed] (calls cost 10p per min maximum) or email [email address removed]

5.25 Newsround


Jamie Rickers
Tara Maguire.
Paul McKenzie
Angellica Bell
Rhodri Owen.
Devon Anderson
Tendayi Jembere
Jamie Sweeney
Tisha Martin
Velile Tshabalala
Danny Young
Elspeth Rae
Judy Browne
Jaeden Burke
Curtis Walker
Mrs Kanu:
Gina Yashere

Regional Variations (2)

Open All Hours

Series 1

Episode 2: A Mattress on Wheels

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Classic shop sitcom. Granville tries to persuade the penny-pinching Arkwright to buy him a delivery van. Show more


Ronnie Barker
David Jason
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
Lynda Baron

Sharon stands up to Den, while pressure mounts on Alfie.
Writer Rob Gittins This week's episodes produced and directed by Jamie Annett Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 (AD)


Rob Gittins
Jamie Annett
Jamie Annett
Sharon Watts:
Letitia Dean
Den Watts:
Leslie Grantham
Dennis Rickman:
Nigel Harman
Vicki Fowler:
Scarlett Johnson
Pauline Fowler:
Wendy Richard
Derek Harkinson:
Ian Lavender
Charlie Slater:
Derek Martin
Garry Hobbs:
Ricky Groves
Zoe Slater:
Michelle Ryan
Dot Branning:
June Brown
Jim Branning:
John Bardon
Patrick Trueman:
Rudolph Walker
Yolande Duke:
Angela Wynter
Nana Moon:
Hilda Braid
Wilfred Atkins:
Dudley Sutton
Spencer Moon:
Christopher Parker
Alfie Moon:
Shane Richie
Kat Moon:
Jessie Wallace
Mo Harris:
Laila Morse
Sam Mitchell:
Kim Medcalf
Andy Hunter:
Michael Higgs
Pat Evans:
Pam St Clement
Martin Fowler:
James Alexandrou
Sonia Jackson:
Natalie Cassidy
Kelly Taylor:
Brooke Kinsella
Adi Ferreira:
Ameet Chana
Ash Ferreira:
Raji James
Kareena Ferreira:
Pooja Shah
Tariq Laroussi:
Nabil Elouahabi
Gus Smith:
Mohammed George
Juley Smith:
Joseph Kpobie
Paul Trueman:
Gary Beadle

New series 1/10. Docusoap following events at the Royal
London Hospital's A&E department, plus the staff of the Helicopter Emergency Service. Dr Ellis is called out to a patient who's been injured in a road accident, while a 19-year-old skateboarder has punctured his lung.
Trauma on Three is at 9pm on BBC3.


Jeremy Sheffield
Executive producer:
Camilla Lewis
Series producer:
Alison Gregory

New series 1/7. The fly-on-the-wall series on recovery companies starts with Sue Whyte and Harri Donnaie getting a tongue-lashing from a single mum who owes hundreds of pounds, while a caretaker is warned that his effects could go under the hammer unless he squares his council tax debt. Producer Matt Tiller ; Series producer Sue Kennett


Sue Whyte
Harri Donnaie
Matt Tiller

2/6. The team strive to uncover the forger of a painting belonging to the Queen. Anthony Head guest-stars.

Crime Drama: New Tricks 9.00pm BBC1
Tonight Amanda Redman and her veteran coppers take a foray into the world of art. And not just any art - the Queen's private collection, no less, where a painting has been discovered to be a fake. Apparently, a previous curator was less than honest in some of his dealings, or as Jack (James Bolam) puts it: "as bent as a box of bedsprings".
The current curator is the silky, suave Sir Tim, played by Anthony Head, late of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He takes a shine to Redman's character, and proceeds to charm her with paintings, a night at the opera, and the priceless line, delivered as he hands her a brandy glass, "This cognac is older than America." The solving of the crime (which also involves arson, suicide and albino rats) is maddeningly slow and lacking in suspense, but it hardly seems to matter.
The leads are all enjoyable to watch, and New Tricks is full of thoughtful touches and clever moments. I like the way the characters suddenly launch into reflections on beauty and ugliness or what it takes to be a survivor, or the way a shot of a thumbprint swirls into a shot of a roundabout seen from above.
Somebody has clearly put some thought into this. Still, the odd car chase or punch-up wouldn't go amiss. After all, it is a cop show. (David Butcher)


Nick Fisher
Gina Cronk
Jamie Payne
Brian Lane:
Alun Armstrong
Jack Halford:
James Bolam
Sandra Pullman:
Amanda Redman
Gerry Standing:
Dennis Waterman
PC Clark:
Chike Okonkwo
Donald Bevan:
Nicholas Day
Esther Lane:
Susan Jameson
Sir Tim:
Anthony Head
Christine Hardy:
Christine Kavanagh
Totty Vogel-Downing:
Hattie Morahan
Olive Risk:
Avril Elgar
Max Cane
Nita Mistry
Fire officer:
Ewen Cummings
Pat the Rat:
Paul Copley
Sangita's mother:
Jayasree Roy-Kabir

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Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
2.20 Safe as Houses 1/10. The trials of moving house. Tonight: swapping Hertfordshire for Cornwall. First shown BBC2
3.20 Watchdog Shown on Tuesday at 7pm

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