Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
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Topical studio discussion. Executive editor David O'Keeffe
Followed by News; Weather
Andy Sturgeon and Mark Evans create a self-sufficient garden. Followed by News; Weather
A Florida kitchen is transformed into a retro-themed diner.
Wednesbury in the West Midlands is the scene for a makeover.
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Followed by News; Weather
Kedleston Fair, Derbyshire, hosts the challenge.
A family outing to Universal
Studios in Florida.
Steph and Alex have an unusual first date. Jack and Taj clash.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Different for Girls. Ben tries to help a girl who gets in trouble.
Episode written by Emma Frost More cast on Wednesday
DS Gary Hunt:
On the Beach. What is Dr Sloan's abusive neighbour trying to dispose of?
Florrie finds a purse.
Mona the Vampire
Lily's obsession with a favourite cartoon sucks her into the television.
Paul and Barry start a bin washing business.
4.10 The Scooby-Doo Show
A witch appears and transforms Pa Hatfield into a frog.
Can Taj win Tamsin's heart when a project sees them paired together?
5.00 Blue Peter
Atomic Kitten will be performing live in the studio and it's the final episode of The Quest.
Rptd next Monday BBC2
Presented by George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth.
Including weather and sport.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
A look at how lifestyle can make or break a diet in the last of this week's exposes of the effectiveness of four diets as Kerry's triumph turns into a disaster. (5)
This week's hits, with music videos and star performances. Executive producer Chris Cowey Repeated tomorrow www.bbc.co.uk/totp
Kate comes to terms with Phil's news but a slip of the tongue raises his suspicions and he makes a devastating discovery. Episode written by Deborah Cook For cast see Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
They Shoot Harpers, Don't They? Susan decides that she and Ben should take dance lessons but soon finds out that, in their case, it takes more than two to tango.
Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie ; Director Dewi Humphreys
Producer John Bartlett Repeated next Sunday
Roger Bailey Jr:
More laughs in the second of the seven-part series of the sketch show in which old favourites like the randy OAP are joined by new characters including a Blaxploitation Pope and animated grumpy polar bears.
Director Matt Lipsey ; Producer Lucy Robinson
Highlights from the Birmingham comedian's career featuring attacks on the nation's most revered institutions.
Director/Producer Nic Phillips
With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Then Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Fresh from her recent appearance in Comic Relief Does Fame Academy Jo Brand is among tonight's guests on the chat show. Plus there's music from Moloko.
Director Mick Thomas ; Producer Ruth Wallace
Action adventure. Australia in the near future and urban society is in terminal decay. Spurred on by tragedy, policeman Max Rockatansky decides to enforce a new kind of law - that of cold-blooded revenge. Widescreen. Review page 60. (S) (1979, 18)
Followed by Weatherview
Johnny the Boy:
A delve into the finances of the rap star and producer.
Producer Nigel Bellis ; Executive producer Emma Worthington
First shown on BBC3
Horror adapted from Edgar Allan Poe , starring
Vincent Price. A medieval Italian prince revels in the corruption of innocence, the exercise of cruelty, and the pursuit of pleasure. But outside his imposing castle walls, a horrific plague rages. Review page 60.
Director Roger Corman (1964, 18)