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Network TV Week 38

Monday 15 September 2008

BBC ONE Monday 15 September 2008
Monday 15 September
1.45-2.15pm BBC ONE

Nick helps a woman who is having panic attacks caused by her worrying that her previously philandering husband is having another affair, as the Midlands-based drama continues. When she follows him to hospital, she instead discovers that he has a son by his ex-mistress. The boy has been rushed to hospital with suspected meningitis. When she tells him he has to choose between her or his son, he turns the tables on her and says the decision is hers.


Michelle, meanwhile, is disappointed that she hasn't heard from Mike after they kissed at George's party, but still finds time to tell Melody that Mal proposed to Julia in front of everyone. When they start teasing Julia she reveals she hasn't made a decision.


Later, Daniel tells Melody that Joe has kicked him out, and that he's staying at a hotel he can't afford. She offers him a room with her until he sorts himself out.


Nick is played by Michael McKell, Michelle by Donnaleigh Bailey, Melody by Elizabeth Bower, Julia by Diane Keen, and Daniel by Matthew Chambers. Mal is played by guest star Ray Fearon.



Monday 15 September
8.00-8.30pm BBC ONE

Pat tries to get one up on Peggy, Whitney gets the lead part in the school play, much to Tony's irritation, and Charlie has a problem with a cat, in the first visit of the week to Albert Square.


Pat is played by Pam St Clement, Peggy by Barbara Windsor, Whitney by Shona McGarty, Tony by Chris Coghill and Charlie by Derek Martin.




BBC TWO Monday 15 September 2008
Paralympics 2008

Monday 15 September
7.00-8.00pm BBC TWO
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Clare Balding and Steve Cram introduce all the action from the Bird's Nest Stadium, where British Paralympic champions Danny Crates and Danny Greaves will be going for gold. Over at the Water Cube, it's the last chance for Great Britain's swimmers to medal.


It's the semi-finals of the wheelchair rugby tournament; Britain's table tennis players will be hoping for a medal in the team events; and the final of the men's wheelchair tennis singles takes place at the Olympic Tennis Centre.


This programme is also available on the BBC HD channel. From 10.00am to 4.00pm, digital viewers can access more live coverage of events via BBCi on the Red button and broadband.



CBEEBIES Monday 15 September 2008
LazyTown Extra Eps 1-4/46
Monday 15 to Thursday 18 September 2008
4.00-4.15pm CBEEBIES (Schedule addition 29 August)

Ziggy, the ever-popular candy-loving character from LazyTown, is set to travel around the UK to discover children's favourite fun activities, in LazyTown Extra, a new series co-produced by BBC Children's in Scotland exclusively for CBeebies.


The series is an action-packed magazine-style show for three-to-six-year-olds with each themed episode featuring all the LazyTown favourites.


Each programme features children from across the UK showing adventure-loving Ziggy all about their favourite activities, such as playing basketball, visiting the zoo, growing vegetables or splashing about in the swimming pool.


Each show also features Sportacus, introducing the CBeebies audience to an exercise of the day; Trixie and Stephanie, who are in the kitchen making fun SportsCandy recipes; and Robbie Rotten, who creates his usual mayhem.


In the first episode, Ziggy learns all about playing football.





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