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Shown yesterday at 12 midnight
Shown yesterday at 12 midnight
Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Breakfast Briefing at 6.00; weather every half-hour from 6.15; national/ regional news half-hourly from 6.27. Editor David Kermode
A weekday look at the work of those who help endangered animals. Today, a grey seal is released into the North Sea.
Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts cast their eyes over properties in Manchester and Southampton. Followed by News; Weather
Jenny Powell helps a woman find a rural retreat.
A football-mad family are hoping to raise some cash. Followed by News; Weather
Raising money for a stroke-affected friend.
Regional News; Weather
Frazer cracks under pressure.
Repeated at 5.35pm
White Lie. A hypochondriac asks Michelle for advice. Writer Rob Kinsman
For cast see page 53
Murder at BBO Bob's. Steve investigates a case of suicide in the US military.
Stephanie tries to get her neighbours to be active.
The Voldenoids challenge the team.
Washington take on Preston.
Featuring the hidden secrets of the Tate Britain.
Barney Harwood and Kirsten O'Brien look at everything Doctor Who, with behind-the-scenes clips, a new Team Totally competition, and the first episode of a Doctor Who animation. Show more
Shown at 1.40pm
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Followed by Weather with Jay Wynne. (5) 53
GREATER LONDON BBC London News Riz Lateef.
Editor Antony Dore ; Executive editor Michael Macfarlane 55
SOUTH EAST South East Today With Geoff Clark and Beverley Thompson. Editor Quentin Smith 55
EAST Look East With Susie Fowler-Watt and Stewart White (Mon-Thu) and Amelia Reynolds (Fri).
Producers Ian King and Steve Siik
New series 1/5. Michaela Strachan and Steve Leonard meet orphaned orangutans at a rescue centre in Indonesian Borneo in this weeknight series. Tonight, Steve saves a tiny ape being kept as a pet.
Friends in need: page 40
Milking the Suppliers. Everybody loves a bargain, but who really pays the price for our cheap food? This edition meets suppliers who are struggling to survive on the low prices paid by the big chains.
Producer Anna Lloyd ; Exec producer Paul Woolwich (Rev rpt)
Stella's manipulation of Ben gives her the result she hoped for, while May is horrified by Rob's behaviour. Writer Christopher Reason Rptd at 10pm on BBC3 Soap & Flannel: page 52; For cast see page 53
Death on Corfu. Last year young Bobby and Christi Shepherd were tragically poisoned by fumes from a gas water heater while on holiday in Corfu. Here, the two children's parents give a critical evaluation of the UK travel industry's safety standards. Producer Kristin Hadland ; Editor Sandy Smith
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An appeal for help in identifying a fugitive sex trafficker. Crimewatch Update is at 10.35pm.
Directors Michael Armit , Emma Clarke and Adam Mallins
Editor Alex Loughran
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Dermot Murnaghan. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett
Viewers' responses to the programme shown earlier.
7/8. The team try to help a man who snores so loudly that he has often forced his father from the house.
Plus, could Alex be suffering from sleep epilepsy?
Directors Jeremy Lee Williams and Rachel Oakes : Exec producer Nick O'Dwyer Repeated Thursday 7.30pm on BBC2
Highlights from the seventh game of the Super Eights stage at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. Repeated tomorrow at 5am
Digital viewers can access Radio Five Live commentary of tomorrow's Super Eights match from 2J5pm, plus stats and scoreboard
Epic period adventure starring Bryan Brown and Joan Chen.
Review page 72.
Followed by Springwatch Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Holby City Ric's fiancee causes friction.
3.20 Top Gear With comic actor Simon Pegg.
4.20 Mission Africa Danger strikes.
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