Presented by Dermot Mumaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Plus, at
8.30, Philippa Forrester meets green-fingered stars behind the scenes at Kew Gardens.
Studio discussion, hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate)
Followed by News; Weather
Celebrity chat and studio debate with Ruby Wax. Followed by News; Weather
A kitchen in Tenterden, Kent, gets a makeover, with stripped doors, a breakfast bar and improved lighting.
A house in Gloucestershire gets a revamp designed to improve its saleability. Then News; Weather
The men take on the women in a hunt at an antiques fair in Derby, presented by David Dickinson.
Weekday quiz. (R) (S) (W)
Lou and Harold attempt to adjust to life apart.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The Unluckiest Bachelor in LA Steve meets his dream girl, only for her to be killed in a dubious accident.
The Cruise. Lionel offers Jean a free holiday, but her response is not what he expected.
For cast see Friday
Fimbo finds some coins but learns that money isn't everything. Repeated tomorrow 9.30am on BBC2
The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody picks up a package and visits a spa, while Winnie tries to save the world.
4.05 Mona the Vampire
Mona investigates a voodoo chief and a launderette.
4.30 Stacey Stone
Matt is spotted by football talent scouts.
4.55 CBBC at the Fame Academy
5.00 Blue Peter
Simon Thomas looks at the history of the Solomon Islands in another special report.
(Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2)
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With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.
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Followed by Weather with Helen Young.
Investigating consumer rights issues. With Nicky Campbell , Kate Sanderson , Paul Heiney and Ashley Blake.
Editor Doug Carnegie Repeated with sign language next Wed CONTACT DETAILS: phone [number removed] (calls charged at national rate), or email via the programme's website: www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog
This week three international inventors compete for viewers' votes. With Katy Hill and Rowland Rivron.
ProducerLucyDudman;SeriesproducerCatherineMabb TO VOTE: phone [number removed] (local rate). Lines open during the programme www.bbc.co.uk/science
Eamonn Holmes hosts the midweek draws.
Director Babs Wiltshire
Tiger Lilly has her tail removed after a dramatic cat fight, a new home is sought for a marmoset, and a pony is rescued from a flooded field. With Rolf Harris.
A festive feast of famous faces from the worlds of showbiz, sport and soap. Featuring Ronni Ancona.
Director Angie de Chastelai Smith ; Producer Charlie Hanson
Angie de Chastelai
Chisellers. Rodents are the most numerous mammals on the planet, comprising an incredibly diverse variety of species. They range from the naked mole rat, which spends its entire life below ground, to the world's largest rodent, the capybara, which grazes in herds across the vast grasslands of South America. In the fourth of his ten-part epic series David Attenborough shares his fascination with these animals, which stops only at his pet hate - rats.
Producer Mike Salisbury
With George Alagiah. 10.25 Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Young.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Action adventure. The USS Missouri, the US Navy's largest battleship, is hijacked by ruthless criminals intent on stealing its lucrative nuclear arsenal. Only one man stands in their way - Casey Ryback , ship's cook and former Navy SEAL. Widescreen. Review page 61.
Director Andrew Davis (1992, 15)
After a 20-year exile enforced by the suspicious death of his young wife, Chuck Hausman (William R Moses ) returns to his home town with a new bride. Review page 62.
Director Martin Kitrosser (2001)
Followed by Weatherview
Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.35.
Antiques Roadshow Shown Sunday at 6.45pm
2.35 Watchdog Consumer stories. Shown last Wednesday
3.05 Sahara with Michael Palin Travelling east from Timbuktu, Palin joins the Wodaabe people, and the Tuaregs.
4.05 What the Stuarts Did for Us How Francis Bacon made Britain a leading scientific nation. First shown on BBC2