With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
Animation. The Heat team discover Elsie has been involved in reassembling the Leviathan alien ship. (R) (S)
The entertainment magazine includes snowblading, bird watching, and customising clothes.
Contact details on Monday (S)(W)
9.55 Little Monsters
More animated adventures. (R) (S)
Llama. The fun-loving foursome watch Oliver and his Llama. (R) (S)
Max 's DIY Day. Max tries to build a wendy house without much success. (R) (S) (W)
10.50 Smart Continuing the twice-weekly repeat run of the 1999 arts series. Featuring collages, painting with water and a children's festival in Hay-on-Wye.
With Mark Speight, Jay Burridge and Kirsten O'Brien.
The next show is on Thursday. (R) (S)
A new-age teacher arrives at the school along with his attractive daughter. (R) (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Word-based panel game hosted by Bob Holness. (R) (S)
The quotation-based quiz, hosted by Vanessa Feltz. (S) (W)
Harold's future looks bleak.
Libby and Drew struggle to come to terms with her infertility.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S) (W)
Flashdance with Death Steve's new girlfriend is shocked when the owner of her dance studio is murdered. (R) (S)
Celebrity lifestyle panel game, with David Frost. (R) (S)
Giraffes. The quirky quartet try to decide who is the tallest among them. (S) (W)
Paul and Barry deliver a new fireplace. Written by John Sayle (R) (S)
Animated double bill.
The trio queue to buy a skateboard on sale; the Peppercorns take a short cut to avoid a traffic jam. (S)
Animated arachnid adventures featuring the crime-fighting superhero. (R) (S)
The first of a seven-part drama series based on Kate Saunders 's book. Rebellious teenage witches Skirty and Noshie gatecrash the Witch island Ball.
Dramatised by Kelly Marshall
A rerun of the 20-part drama. When Laura arrives at the Grove she's accompanied by a mysterious stranger.
For cast see Thursday/Friday
With Fiona Bruce. Including a weather summary. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with David Braine. (S)
Alan Titchmarsh and the team removed 35 tons of concrete from a garden in Basingstoke, Hampshire before creating a water feature and bamboo path. Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh return to see how their work has fared.
Director/Producer John Thornicroft (R) (S)
Despite the widening gulf between him and Irene, Terry presses on with his pole-dancing venture.
For further cast see Monday (S) (W)
Joe di Marco:
Tonight, animal health officer Stuart King encounters a pampered poodle and Canadian Airlines concierge Kelvin Ogunjimi must cope with high-spirited goldminers Series producer David Russell
Executive producer Edwina Vardey (R) (S) (W)
Continuing the new twice-weekly series which follows the lives and work of a group of vets. Tom Leonard attends to a depressed and orphaned lamb, while his brother Steve has to treat an aggressive sharp-toothed llama.
Director Colin Napthine (S)(W)
Vet in action: page 18
With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weather with David Braine. (S)
Fourth of a six-part drama about a troubled romance.
Contrast. Having finally united, Stuart and Cara find that their new-found happiness is shattered. See Choice.
Written by Stephen Greenhorn
Producer Jane Featherstone ; Director Rob Bailey (S) (W)
Fly-on-the-wall documentary about the people that live and work in Paddington Green, London. It's deadline day for editor Mat C and his music magazine, while over at St Mary's Hospital, junior doctor Andrew is having a tough time. Continues on Thursday at 10.20pm.
Producer Jamie Isaacs ; Series producer Ludo Graham (S) (W)
Another helping of comedy, music and chat, with the Irish comedian welcoming footballer Ally McCoist onto the show. Director Stephen Stewart ; Producer Jeremy Salsby (S) (W)
Thriller. Two women - one desperate to track down her missing daughters, the other determined to halt a lethal virus outbreak - find that their Quests coincide in Africa.
Director Alan Metzger (1998) (S) Films: pp 50-55 **
Followed by Weatherview
Jane Garvey presents the problem show.