Presented by Michael Peschardt and Tanya Beckett.
Timetable on Monday (S) (W)
Discussion show. (S)
Followed by News; Weather
Today, designer Kathryn Rayward shows the way to capture sophisticated Scandinavian style on a shoestring.
Craig Phillips creates a day bed from scratch and Chris Beardshaw designs a sunken seating area in the garden. With Lowri Turner. Contact details on Tuesday (S)
Followed by News; Weather (S) (W)
Lorraine Kelly meets a couple who have adopted five children and fostered 30 more. Plus the teenager happily settled in her second adoptive home. (S)
Roo Ryde helps transform a lounge into a warm and inviting place to relax for a young mum. (S) Followed by News; Weather (S) (W)
Another look behind the scenes of the popular BBC soap. (S)
What She Wants. A television star finds her world collapsing.
Written by Liz John (S) (W)
Tess and Dione face eviction.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S) (W)
Trenchard's Last Case. Why is a former top detective in Jersey?
Written by Brian Finch (R) (S)
From Ascot. Clare Balding introduces the last of today's races at 3.05pm. (W)
Ethelbert the Tiger More tiger cub adventures. (S)
3.25 Tweenies Doodles makes some rash claims. (S) (W) BBC MUSIC: Tweenies Friends Forever album on sate from retailers
3.45 Arthur Animated adventures with the young aardvark. (R) (S)
4.10 The Wild Thornberrys Animated tales about a girl who can talk to animals. (S)
4.35 Super Rupert First in a new
13-part Canadian drama featuring super hero Rupert Patterson 's quest to protect the inhabitants of Boxborough from unseen evil forces.
Rupert starts his first day in grade seven on the wrong foot. (S)
5.00 Blue Peter Children's magazine presented by Konnie Huq , Liz Barker , Matt Baker and Simon Thomas.
Repeated tomorrow at 8am on BBC2
5.25 Newsround (S) (W)
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary. <s) (wj 87
For details see Monday (S) (W)
Followed by Weather with David Braine. (S) m
This week's edition examines new Australian research which aims, within the next ten years, to transplant genetically-altered liver cells into the liver of a diabetes patient, allowing them to produce their own insulin. Presented by Philippa Forrester and Peter Snow. Producer David Johnson ; Editor Saul Nasse
Repeated next Wednesday with sign language (S) (W) FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax page 623; www.bbc.co.uk/tw
Tonight's show includes Tilly the cat, who has developed a strange taste for gravel. Presented by Rolf Harris , with Edwina Silver and Rhodri Williams.
Producer Sandy Raffan ; Series producer Helen Nightingale ; (S) (W)
Michael Aspel springs another surprise with his red book. Producer Sue Green; Series producer Jack Crawshaw (S) (W)
Brenda Emmanus presents the prize draws.
Executive producer Angela Ferreira (S) (W)
This feature-length documentary follows men and women in their daily lives aged from their early 60s to over 90.
Those featured include active friends Connie and Joy and Chelsea Pensioner Archie. See Choice.
Producer Christopher Terrill ; Executive producer Olivia Lichtenstein
(S) (W) Views on what ageing means today: page 30, and Dr Mark Porter on the Reith Lectures and advances in understanding what affects longevity: page 32
With Michael Buerk. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with David Braine. (S) (W)
Then National Lottery Draws Update
David Dimbleby hosts this week's topical debate from London. Panellists include Stephen Byers , Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, David Willetts , shadow Secretary of State for Social Security, Simon Hughes , Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesperson, and Janet Street-Porter , editor of The Independent on Sunday.
Executive producer George Carey : Series editor Nick Pisani (S) CONTACT DETAILS: phone [number removed] (calls charged at 25p). ore-mail via the programme's website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime
It's three months since PC Clare Keating started work on south-east London's streets and she has to cope with her first death. New officer Mike Walsh is put under pressure when an arrested suspect attempts suicide. Has becoming a police officer changed their lives?
Producers Ken Kirby and Tony Moulsdale ; Executive producer Jane Aldous
Followed by Weatherview (W)
Recent programmes shown again with sign language. Ends 3.25am.
Watchdog Consumer rights show, with Nicky Campbell.
Shown last Thursday (S) (W)
Crisis in the Countryside. A look at proposals for radical change in food production methods. Julian Pettifer reports. Shown on Sunday at 10. 15pm (S) (W) NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject may change
Including a new underwater computer vision system that scans for bodies underthe surface.
Shown last Wednesday (S) (W)
The first in a four-part series about the human face looks at how we use our faces to make friends and influence others. With John Cleese. (R) (S) (W)
Magazine show for deaf people, with in-vision subtitles.
Shown on Saturday at 10.40am on BBC2