With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
Topical studio debate hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Live reports from Southampton general hospital, introduced by Phillip Schofield. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Lifestyle magazine show hosted by Emma Forbes and Victoria Derbyshire, featuring celebrity interviews, makeovers and advice on health and fitness, money and relationships. Followed by News (S) and Weather
The daily panel game. Chaired by Bob Holness , with Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig. (S)
Trude Mostue treats more poorly pets at her clinic, including a hedgehog with a sore nose and a kitten found abandoned in a rubbish bin.
Lance and Amy make a great sales team. Hannah makes a move to leave home. Will Joel embark on a new career?
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Another round of the quiz show with Bob Monkhouse. (S)
Dougie Donnelly introduces live coverage of the quarter-final action in the UK championship taking place at the Bournemouth International Centre.
Ends 5.35. Shown at 10.30am on BBC2 (S) (W)
Cartoon fun with the little blue people and the evil witch Gargamel. (R) (S)
Ralph decides to make his own home video for a television bloopers show. (S)
To rescue Meryl's mum from a life of domestic slavery, Aunt Boomerang turns into a posh caterer. Could this be a recipe for complete disaster? Written by Roy Apps (S)
In the innovative art show, Mark Speight creates a dramatic sunset using a plank of wood, Kirsten O'Brien visits Marwell Zoological Park in Hampshire to check out some animal patterns and Jay Burridge gets creative with spongy foam. Plus more pocket money art ideas and viewers' pictures in the Gallery.
Rptd tomorrow 7.45am BBC2 (S)
Karen receives the worst shock of her entire life, Greg goes completely off the rails, while Jake faces up to the future alone.
For cast see Tuesday (S)
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Peter Cockroft (S)
The weekly hard-hitting consumer-affairs magazine, with reporters Beaky Evetts , Adrian Goldberg and Matt Allwright. Producer Lisa Ausden ; Editor Mark Killick (S) (W)
As Jamie risks life and limb for Matthew, Frank's decision has explosive consequences. Troy and Irene enjoy some privacy, while Melanie's attempts to face Ian are thwarted. For cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
The medical drama spin-off from the long-running favourite Casualty returns for a second new series.
Search for the Hero. Meyer and Jordan attempt to carry out a life-saving operation on board ajumbo jet in a desperate bid to save a pregnant woman's life. See Choice.
Written by Joe Turner
Producer Yvon Grace ; Director Michael Owen Morris (S) (W) The lowdown on Angela Griffin : page 29
With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weather with Peter Cockroft (S)
Victoria Wood's comedy set among the workers in a factory canteen returns for a new ten-part series.
Bren wants to teach the work-experience girl about a typical day in the canteen, but then the work-experience boy jams a 20ft ladder right across the cooker.
Dinnerladies is served: page 20
Another irreverent episode of the comedy sports quiz, hosted by Nick Hancock , with regular panellists
David Gower , Gary Lineker , Rory McGrath and Jonathan Ross. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Harry Thompson
Repeated next Tuesday (S) (W)
The first in a new eight-part series in which stand-up comedian Jo Brand introduces a selection of the world's strangest and most amusing TV commercials. This week's show includes hilarious ads featuring bean-fuelled cowboys, demented driving instructors and bemused boxers.
Director John L Spencer : Producer Sue Fox (S)
David Dimbleby chairs the topical debate from Birmingham. Panellists facing the studio audience include International Development Secretary Clare Short, Nigel Farage from the UK Independence Party and scientist Steve Jones.
(S) Website: [web address removed]
Followed by Weatherview
Including the results from the Kensington and Chelsea by-election. Ends 6.00am