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With Bill Turnbull and Natasha Kaplinsky. Today's D-Day story comes from a German veteran of the Omaha beach landings. Timetable on Tuesday Then The National Lottery Daily Play

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Turnbull
Unknown:
Natasha Kaplinsky.

2/4. Live from Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, Hazel Irvine hears code-breakers' wartime stories, while Huw Edwards reveals the intelligence operation that sealed the success of the Normandy landings. °BCi: interactive options for digital viewers Destination D-Day: the Raw Recruits 8pm Followed by News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Hazel Irvine
Unknown:
Huw Edwards

Extreme. Faith unravels the family history behind a skater's desire to win at all costs.
Writer Mark Chadbourn
Further cast on Friday

Contributors

Dr Marc Eliot:
Tom Butcher
Dr Benjamin Kwarme:
Ariyon Bakare
Julia McGuire:
Diane Keen
Nathan Bailey:
Akemnji Ndifornyen
Dr Greg Robinson:
Ben Jones
Nick Tydeman:
Richard Tench
Will Tydeman:
Charlie Morley
Alison Tydeman:
Nina Thomas
Faith Walker:
Eva Fontaine
Leanne Kirkham:
Tiffany Griffiths
John Kirkham:
James Weaver
Maggie Kirkham:
Catherine Kanter

Taz-Mania
Buddy Boar makes his directorial debut.

4.05 The Mummy
Imhotep strikes a dastardly deal.

4.30 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy wishes for a new dad.
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4.45 Cavegirl
Roast forgets Hog-Heart Day.
(Continues Friday at 4.45pm.)

5.00 Blue Peter
A Euro 2004 special with Michael Owen, Jamie Redknapp, Gary Lineker and Alan Hansen.
(Signed repeat tomorrow 7.30am on BBC2)
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5.25 Newsround

Contributors

Cavegirl:
Stacey Cadman
Mum:
Jennifer Guy
Gran:
Gabrielle Downey
Big Sis:
Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty
Roast:
Harry Capehorn
Guest (Blue Peter):
Michael Owen
Guest (Blue Peter):
Jamie Redknapp
Guest (Blue Peter):
Gary Lineker
Guest (Blue Peter):
Alan Hansen

4/10. Experts Colin Young and Philip Alwood are on hand to prevent tonight's contestants, who are all chefs, from getting their fingers burnt at a Newcastle antiques fair.
And David Dickinson celebrates the golden age of steam. Director Jason Holmes ; Series producer Linda Cleeve TO TAKE PART: visit www.bbc.co.uk/antiques or call [number removed] (cost 25p) BBC BOOK: David Dickinson , the Duke - What a Bobby Oazzler , paperback, £6.99

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Young
Unknown:
Philip Alwood
Unknown:
David Dickinson
Director:
Jason Holmes
Producer:
Linda Cleeve
Unknown:
David Dickinson
Unknown:
Bobby Oazzler

In Retford, Nottinghamshire, Nick Knowles and the team convert a grimy coal shed into a teenager's bedroom.
Series producer Annie Heather : Executive producer Mark Hill

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Knowles
Producer:
Annie Heather
Producer:
Mark Hill

5/5. The recruits must pull together for a demanding final exercise based on a D-Day "dress rehearsal" codenamed Operation Fabius. Objectives include a bunker attack, an amphibious landing and an assault on enemy HQ - but how will they cope against a backdrop of physical and mental exhaustion? Secret Maps: D-Day follows at 9pm on BBC4. Series producers Graham Cooper and Dale Templar ; Executive producers
Vicki Barrass and Marc Goodchild www.bbc.co.uk/ww2

Contributors

Producers:
Graham Cooper
Producers:
Dale Templar
Producers:
Vicki Barrass
Producers:
Marc Goodchild

Over L400 million is lost every year to credit and debit card fraud. This fly-on-the-wall film follows police squads as they trail the thieves who use cutting-edge technology to achieve their nefarious ends. With Jamie Theakston.
Executive producers Matt Holden and Nick Curwin

Contributors

Unknown:
Jamie Theakston.
Producers:
Matt Holden
Producers:
Nick Curwin

New series 1/6. The Mysterious Mr Hopper. The mid 20th-century realist Edward Hopper 's enigmatic depictions of everyday Americana are celebrated for their ambivalence, dealing in not only the prosaic but also existentialist themes of loneliness and alienation - yet despite their popularity, surprisingly little is known about the artist's private life. For the first in a new run of the arts documentary strand, Alan Yentob travels to America to meet biographer Gail Levin and explore his love of cinema, the landscape of Cape
Cod, and his complex relationship with wife and muse Jo. Series producer/Director Ian MacMillan
The Hopperesque film noir Force of Evil is at 11.30pm on BBC4
Sister Wendy casts her eye over Edward Hopper : page 37

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr Hopper.
Unknown:
Edward Hopper
Unknown:
Alan Yentob
Unknown:
Gail Levin
Director:
Ian MacMillan
Unknown:
Edward Hopper

Commonwealth super-middleweight champion Carl Froch faces British titleholder Tony Dodson at Nottingham Arena. Introduced by John Inverdale , with Richie Woodhall and Steve Bunce. Jim Neilly and Duke McKenzie commentate. Producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Jim Bentley
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Carl Froch
Unknown:
Tony Dodson
Introduced By:
John Inverdale
Unknown:
Richie Woodhall
Unknown:
Steve Bunce.
Unknown:
Jim Neilly
Producer:
Chris Lewis
Editor:
Jim Bentley

Signed programmes. Ends 4.55.
Brassed Off Britain Shown yesterday at 7pm
1.40 In Search of Genius 1/2. Double bill, first shown on BBC2. An expert sets out to prove that genius is teachable. (AD
2.40 2/2. The stories of three gifted youngsters. (AD)
3.40 Antiques Roadshow An impressive selection of 19th-century smokers' pipes are unearthed on a visit to Carlisle.
4.25 Houses Behaving Badly Help for a divorced father struggling to keep up with the domestic chores.

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