Presented by Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday (S) (W)
Studio discussion show, with Robert Kilroy-Silk . (S) Followed by News; Weather (S) (W)
Shauna Lowry and Nick Knowles share the lives of patients and staff in Southampton. (S) Followed by News; Weather (S) (W)
Antiques dealer David Dickinson visits Ardingly in East Sussex to put two teams of collectors to the test. (S) (W)
Anna Ryder Richardson and her handymen revamp three more rooms in a single day. (S) Followed by News; Weather iS) (W)
General-knowledge quiz, hosted by Bob Monkhouse. (S)
How Mad Is That? Rana is very intrigued by a patient who requires an official statement confirming her sanity.
Written by Paul Cornell (S) (W)
Dr Rana M istry:
Harold finds a rare autograph, and Dione is determined to raise cash forthe hospital. Will Lance go sky-diving?
Repeated at 5.35pm (S) (W)
Murder Two (part 2). Ben finds evidence that shows this isn't the first time the killers have framed an innocent man. (S)
Hyacinth arranges one of her candlelit suppers, at which she plans to impress Emmet with her singing. (R) (S)
Me First. Jake gets fed up with always being the one who is left till last. (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/tweenies
Grog organises a hide-and-seek game.
Paul and Barry stay in an eerie Transylvanian castle. (R) (S)
Marsali Stewart and Mark Speight present the show set inside a giant body.
Mum and Dad turn into teenagers desperate for a night out.
Written by Mark Billingham. Peter Cocks Repeated next Sunday on BBC2
Including a look at the life and works of CS Lewis, to mark the 50th anniversary of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
With Fiona Bruce. Including a weather summary. (S) (W) 9
For details see Monday (S) (W) 91
Followed by Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst. (S)(W)
Featuring a new type of bandage designed to stop bleeding, plus an underwater laboratory built to unravel the secrets of the deep. With Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester.
Producer Jenny Williams ; Editor Saul Nasse Repeated next Wednesday with sign language and in-vision subtitles (S) (W) CEEFAX: page 623: WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/tw
An episode from the documentary series following the Avon and Somerset police's car crime squad.
Joyriders. As a crackdown on car crime produces results, accidents in high-speed chases force a change in tactics. Director Mike Warner ; Executive producer Charles Thompson (R) (S) 75
Lowri Turner and Nick Knowles unveil more DIY disasters.
This week, the team get to grips with a kitchen that has suffered at the hands of an amateur enthusiast.
Producer Mark Bristow ; Executive producer Mark Hill (S) (W)
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Brenda Emmanus presents the national midweek draw.
Director Tracy Henderson ; Executive producer Angela Ferreira (S) (W)
The last of three adventures starring Richard E Grant. A Good Name. The Scarlet Pimpernel's true identity is threatened with exposure when a foppish young aristocrat is mistaken for Sir Percy.
Written by Rob Heyland. based on books by Baroness Orczy
Executive producer Richard Langridge ; Director Simon Langton (S) (W)
Followed by National Lottery Update
Sir Percy Blakeney:
Sir William Wetherby:
Claudette de Bridoire:
Prince of Wales:
With Peter Sissons. Regional News
Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst. (S) (W)
Documentary following the progress of teenager
Josie Russell , whose mother and sister were murdered in the Kent countryside in 1996. The film reveals how Josie and her father Shaun have coped, and travels with them to South Africa to visit their former home.
Producer Maurice Melzak ; Executive producer Edwina Vardey (S) (W) I'm so proud of my Josie: p 24; Programme of the week: p 85
Romantic comedy starring Stockard Channing, Jennifer Tilly and Scott Glenn. Two soon-to-be-divorced women strike up a friendship in Reno.
Films: pp 74-77 ***
Followed by Weatherview (W)
Recent programmes, repeated
with sign language and in-vision subtitles. Ends 4.30am.
Watchdog with Anne Robinson The show that champions the rights of the consumer. Shown last Thursday (W)
1.35 Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm (W)
2.15 Tomorrow's World Featuring a new 3-D scanner that provides a view into an elephant's womb. Shown last Wednesday (W)
2.45 A History of Britain by Simon Schama This week, the dramatic effects of the Black Death. (W)
3.45 See Hear Shown on Saturday at 10.50am on BBC2