Presented by Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
David Dickinson challenges more contestants to auction items found in antique fairs.
The debate about single-parent families continues. With Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Followed by News; Weather
Today, two Sumatran tigers are expected at Longleat, and the gorillas see their new enclosure forthe first time. With Ben Fogle and Kate Humble.
The team are in Hove, Sussex, to create a nursery for a childminder. Ideas include wall bars to store chairs and storage boxes which are games. Followed by News; Weather
Daily generaLknowledge test, with Eamonn Holmes.
Antiques-based celebrity quiz, hosted by Michael Aspel , with team captains Rachel de Thame and Mark Porter.
Karen and Darcyface a major investigation at the surgery.
Lyn ruins a night out for Harold. Repeated at 5.35pm
The Flight of the Nightingale Quincy makes an important discovery in relation to a case of negligence brought against a long-serving nurse.
The celebrity-homes guessing game. Presented by David Frost , with Loyd Grossman.
Tweenies Bella 's new hairstyle is ridiculed by the others.
3.45 Gadget Boy Spydra plans to go back in time to discover fire.
4.10 The Wild Thornberrys Animated adventures. Debbie is befriended by a baby panda.
4.30 L&K Castaway An update on the teams from Dorset and Cumbria who have been competing since
Saturday to earn points by completing various challenges on a Scottish island. With Tammy Huff and Toby Waterman.
4.50Rugrats The infants hold a trial to determine who broke Tommy's clown lamp.
5.00 Blue Peter Children's magazine presented by Konnie Huq , Liz Barker , Matt Baker and Simon Thomas.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2 WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/bluepeter
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday (5)
Followed by Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
This week's edition features a stick-on plastic film that can make ordinary glass bulletproof. Plus, an exercise regime which is helping to preserve endangered species of bats, and an inflatable house that can be erected in seconds. Presented by Philippa Forrester and Peter Snow. Producer Andra Heritage ; Editor Saul Nasse
Repeated next Wednesday with sign language FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax page 623; Website: www.bbc.co.uk/tw
EastEnders tough guy Ross Kemp confronts the wilderness of Alaska following a three-day crash course in survival. Having learnt how to hunt and fish for food and shoot potential attackers, Kemp is left for ten days.
Director Southan Morris ; Producer Clive Tulloh
Philip Schofield presents the midweek draws, and the winner from Saturday's National Lottery: Winning Lines plays the Wonderwall for a cash prize.
In this edition two 11-year-olds face different challenges. Nathan [text removed] is battling against a rare type of leukaemia. Having already undergone months of chemotherapy, he is back in hospital fora bone-marrow transplant. Christopher [text removed] is rushed into casualty after being run over by a bus. He has numerous injuries, including a broken arm and leg, and must master using a wheelchair before he can go home. Producer Jane Milton ; Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
The concluding part to the series in which Professor Robert Winston provides a glimpse into the lives of 25 babies from all over the UK being followed in a 20-year project.
Brain Magic. Intelligence is vital for success, but is largely inherited. So can parents turn a baby with the genes for genius into a failure, or one less gifted into a success? The series returns next year, when the babies are two years old. Series producer Tessa Livingstone ; Executive producer
Sarah Hargreaves BBC DVD: The Human Body, price 134.99.
With Michael Buerk. 10.25 Regional News
Then Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Followed by National Lottery Draws Update
Crime thriller. A reformed car thief is persuaded by his cousin to do one last job. He winds up in prison, but refuses to name his partners-in-crime, until an unexpected tragedy prompts a change of heart. Widescreen. Review page 45.
Director Barbet Schroeder (1994.18)
Followed by Weathervlew
Recent programmes shown again with sign language. Ends 2.40am.
Tomorrow's World Awards A ceremony from Earls Court, London, celebrating British technological innovation.
Shown last Wednesday
12.45 Panorama A look at the fallibilty of fingerprints as evidence.
See Sunday's choice. Shown Sunday at 10.15pm NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change.
1.25 Summer Holiday Ideas for summer vacations.
1.55 See Hear Shown on Saturday at 10.40am on BBC2