With Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams
Timetable on Monday
Studio discussion. Followed by News; Weather
Paul Hayes looks at Christmas gifts that could be collectables in the future. Followed by News; Weather
Jake and Gavin create storage space for toys and unique living room furniture.
A west London woman auctions some of her antiques to finance a new look for her home.
Followed by News; Weather
A home in Solihull, West Midlands, is transformed.
Dee makes Matt feel guilty.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Swing Out Sister. Helen helps elderly sisters to unravel a confusing situation.
Episode written by Dan Wicksman
More cast on Tuesday
No Way to Treat a Rower. Quincy campaigns to ban a marijuana-related drug.
Fimbles Pom plays a noisy game with a funnel.
The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody gets snowed in. Winnie opens a restaurant and Woody gets police Protection. Fancy the Woody Woodpecker ringtone? Visit www.radiotimes.com
4.05 Mona the Vampire Charley joins a boys' camping club.
4-15 The Basil Brush Show Basil and co find themselves sharing their home with a huge blue man.
Written by Matt King
4.45 Rugrats The babies are musically challenged, and Tommy and Chuckie wonder what Dil and Spike are thinking about.
4.S5 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Updating events at the talent school.
5.00 Blue Peter Children's magazine with Konnie Huq , Simon Thomas , Matt Baker and Liz Barker.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
With Fiona Bruce. Including weather and sport.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Then Queen's Speech Response Liberal Democrats.
Terry Wogan, Gaby Roslin and Pudsey Bear present the annual fund-raising extravaganza in which a host of stars help underprivileged children in the UK. Throughout the night there'll be regular reports from around the country, appeal films and news of how the money will be spent.
The evening gets under way with music from Will Young and Holly Valance. Coronation Street's Suranne Jones sings Blame It on the Boogie, while S Club and S Club Juniors perform in Ipswich at one of several big outdoor concerts.
7.30 Anastacia, performance troupe Cirque du Soleil and H and Claire appear live. Dale Winton presides as cast members from EastEnders, Holby City, The Bill and Emmerdale battle it out to see who's the biggest drama queen.
8.00 Philippa Forrester and Roger Black introduce the Sugababes and Liberty X performing live in Middlesbrough, while students from the Fame Academy are put through their paces.
8.30 Music from Enrique Iglesias , Ronan Keating and Lulu, then it's over to David Dickinson and the celebrity bargain hunters who reveal the winners of this week's competition.
9.00 Eamonn Holmes, Darren Day , Matt Baker and Nina Wadia pay a musical tribute to Elvis Presley. Gareth Gates , Atomic Kitten and Richard Blackwood are live in Blackpool, and there's music from Darius and pop diva Mariah Carey.
9.30 Elton John and Blue sing Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest
Word, Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine perform Vogue and Will Young sings You and I, the first track from the Children in Need double-A-sided single. More at 10.35pm.
With Michael Buerk. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
The news and weather teams don fishnets and feather boas for The Timewarp, featuring Newsnight's Jeremy Vine as Frank N Furter. There's more live music from Rod Stewart.
11.00 Cast members past and present from EastEnders pay tribute to Michael Jackson's Thriller, while there's more live music from Stomp, Vinnie Jones and jazz star Diana Krall.
11.30 Rock legend Alice Cooper sings School's Out, and turns from Robson Green , the Chinese State Circus and Daniel Bedingfield. Plus Michael Greco on his new role in Chicago.
12.00 Will Young sings Don't Let Me Down, the second track from the Children in Need double-A-sided single, live from someone's front room, plus there's further live music from Madness, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Nigel Kennedy.
1.00 Ms Dynamite, McAlmont and Butler, and BBMak perform live.
Director Stuart Macdonald
Producer Bridget Caldwell
Videoplus code for 10.35pm-2.05am
Followed by Weatherview
Comedy set during the First World War, starring Frankie Howerd. An aristocrat's workshy manservant is hypnotised into joining the war. Review page 70.
Director Bob Kellett (1972, PG)