With Noel Thompson and Julie Etchingham.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
The week's last debate hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . (R) (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Life at Southampton General, presented by Shauna Lowry , Nick Knowles and Suzi Perry. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Keith Simpson loves dragons and Diarmuid Gavin is faced with incorporating them in his design for a Japanese garden.
Presented by Alice Beer. (S)
A lounge in Worcester belonging to a keen amateur actor is given a thespian feel. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
The word panel game chaired by Bob Holness. (S) (W)
The celebrity panel game hosted by David Frost. Loyd Grossman gives the clues. (R) (S)
Steph battles with her feelings, passion ignites between Dione and Max, and Drew's happiness soon turns to disappointment.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S) (W)
Death by Extermination. With his insufferable older sister to stay, and a corpse in her new house, Mark Sloan finds no shortage of suspects infesting the case. (R) (S)
Trude Mostue attends to two rescue cats needing operations and deals with a seriously overweight dog. (S) (W)
Ends 5.35. Country Road. It's a cold day and Doodles is shut out of the playroom. (R) (S) (W)
Fly enters a sandcastle and then realises the king, who doesn't like intruders, is at home. (S)
Animated insect capers. (R) (S)
Paul and Barry go in search of their long-lost relatives from all around the world.
Ideas and advice on creative picture making. Today's theme is symmetry. Presented by Tony Hart and Kirsten O' Brien, with animation featuring Morph and Chas. (S) (W)
Claire, H, Lisa, Faye and Lee present more young talent.
(Revised R) (S) (W)
The girls enjoy all that Spain has to offer. Teraise's actions have unforseen results and Matt and Nikki turn investigators.
Thursday/Friday episodes written by Jim Davies For further cast see Thursday
With Sian Williams. Including a weather summary and a preview of the weekend sport. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Peter Cockroft. (S)
An episode of the series first shown last year in which a team of gardeners have two days to transform a garden without the knowledge of its owners. Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh are in Lurgan, Co
Armagh, where they redesign a football enthusiast's garden. Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam (R) (S)
Jamie Theakston with the fast-moving music show featuring this week's top 20 and the current bestselling single.
Director Phil Chilvers ; Producer Chris Cowey Repeated tomorrow (S)
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When a guest meets an unfortunate end Basil decides to dispose of the body himself.
New four-part series following the lives of five German shepherds destined to become police dogs. At eight weeks old the puppies are teamed with the handlers they will be with for life, then it's time to start learning some basic skills. Narrated by Sandi Toksvig. See Choice. Series producer Jane Aldous
Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves (S) (W)
With George Alagiah Regional News
Weather with Peter Cockroft (S)
In the first in a new ten-part series of his talk show Michael Parkinson meets the comedy double act Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders, comedian and EastEnders actor Mike Reid, and there's music from Tom Jones.
Suspense thriller starring Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte and Jessica Lange. After 14 years behind bars, brutal rapist Max Cady is free to exact revenge on the man who could have kept him out of jail, lawyer Sam Bowden. Too clever to attack his victim directly, the devious ex-convict begins a reign of terror that threatens Bowden's wife and teenage daughter. Widescreen
Director Martin Scorsese (1991.18)
(S) (W) Films: pp 50-55 ****
Followed by Weatherview
Crime drama starring Frank Sinatra and Lee Remick. New
York detective Joe Leland is troubled by the confession he extracted from a suspect who has since been executed for the murder of a gay man. A later investigation into a suicide case unearths links with the earlier killing, as well as corruption in unexpected places. Widescreen
Director Gordon Douglas (1968, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 50-55 ***