A special edition, live from the City of Manchester Stadium on the day of the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games, hosted by Michael Peschardt and Sian Williams. Including interviews and features with competitors and former sporting greats. The opening ceremony can be seen tonight at 8.55pm. Timetable on Monday
Studio discussion. Followed by News; Weather
Nick wants her boyfriend Jay to choose between her and boxing. What decision will he make? With Jill McCullough and Professor Geoffrey Beattie.
Followed by News; Weather
A living room is revamped with the help of a ceiling beam and a retiled fireplace.
Antiques hunters visit Detling in Norfolk. Followed by News; Weather
Alastair Stewart , Joan Bakewell and Paul Gambaccini attempt to guess the identities of two celebrity homeowners.
Marc threatens to make Stuart's life difficult while Summer attempts to blackmail Connor. Repeated at 5.35pm
Dying for a Drink. Quincy is called in after a colleague makes a mistake.
A family tragedy wins Sharon's husband time out from prison.
The Tweenies learn about chivalry.
Mona the Vampire
Mona returns a library book late.
A medallion conceals the final component.
Wntten by John Sayle
4.25 The Cramp Twins
Wayne believes Soap City is being invaded by aliens.
4.35 Hollywood 7
It's make or break time when the band's manager threatens to dump them.
With Jo O'Meara, Jon Lee, Tina Barrett, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley Mclntosh, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens and Barry Williams.
The fashion and lifestyle magazine returns for a new six-part series. This week find out what rich kids in Los Angeles do at the weekend, how to look good and what really goes on at under-18s clubs. With Nigel Clarke, Gerard McCabe and Ashley Mulheron.
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With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
With only 20 killer mountain lions living in an area of 20,000 square miles of snow-covered mountains, Steve Leonard and Trude Mostue have a difficult trek through Yellowstone National Park to find one. Plus Steve is badly bitten while performing surgery on a rare black-footed ferret.
Series producer Michael Massey ; Executive producer Jannine Waddell
Lynne struggles to put things right, but Jason won't let go.
Episode written by Susan Boyd ; Producer Oliver Kent
Director John Greening Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice
Can a sitting room be sorted out before a bride's family arrive for the wedding? Lowri Turner presents more candidates in need of help, including a woman who has spent four years living with a kitchen with work still in progress. Last in the current series.
Series producer Annie Heather ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Undercover police officers track down a woman who has paid L500 to get her daughter into the country.
John Cull 's plane is hijacked for an anti-terrorist exercise and the paramedics help an eight-year-old desperate to fly. Last in the series but a new one is planned for the autumn. Series producer Michael Houldey ; Executive producer Edwina Vardey
Live coverage as the Queen officially opens the 17th
Commonwealth Games at the City of Manchester Stadium.
A cast of 5,000 people take part in a extravaganza of music and dance within the brand new 38,000-seat venue. An estimated 500 million viewers are expected to tune in worldwide as the city prepares itself for 11 days of sporting competition and excellence. Introduced by Steve Rider and Sue Barker , with commentary from Barry Davies. Television presentation Malcolm Kemp British sprinters leading the field: p32; win a day as a top athlete: p40
With Peter Sissons. 11.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Thriller based on a true story, starring Jane Seymour as the prime suspect in her husband's murder. But enquiries reveal his sordid secret life. Review page 52.
Director James Keach (2000)
Followed by Holiday Weather
Comedy starring Marty Feldman. A TV ad man must create a a sexy campaign to sell porridge just as his wife joins a moral crusade to clean up television. Review page 54.
Director Jim Clark (1970, 15)