Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Details on Monday
Discussion show. Followed by News; Weather
James Martin does amazing things with watercress, and Chris Packham joins the team to create a wildlife garden. Followed by News; Weather
The duo transform a lounge in East Sussex.
Gordon Whistance spruces up a villa in the Algarve ready for instant sale. Followed by News; Weather
The two teams search for bargains at Kedleston fair,
There are lachrymose scenes at the airport in the penultimate episode.
Michelle and Connor take refuge. Karl tries getting closer to Libby. Repeated at 5.35pm
Fifty-Fifty. A man refuses to tell his brother and nephew they might have a fatal heart disease. Episode written by Martin Stone Cast
A Murder through the Looking Glass. Jessica is immersed in a complex case involving a priest and government agents. First shown on ITV
A 13-part live-action drama series following the inhabitants of an island community in Scotland. Miss Hoolie plans a fish supper.
Mona the Vampire it's up to Mona to save Valentine's Day, and a ship full of miniature pirates sails into the neighbourhood.
4.10 All or Nothing Jamie Rickers and Tara Maguire are back to host a 14-part series of the game show in which teamwork and good luck combine to win prizes for one of five teams. Repeated tomorrow at 7.20am on BBC2 First shown on CBBC
4.35 Viva S Club Tina is feeling homesick in the first of a re-run of the pop band's adventure in Spain.
Written by Kim Fulter
5.00 SMart How to create a life-story collage, and make art from letters and numbers.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
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Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Michael Aspel springs a surprise on a celebrity with a retrospective of their life in the company of family and friends. Producer Sue Green; Series producer Jack Crawshaw
Phil's feud with Ian steps up a gear after a poker game, and Alfie is the hero when plans for Dot's bingo night go awry.
Episode written by Gaby Chiappe ; Producer Jeannine Jones ; Director Steve Finn Further cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
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Savage Family. An extraordinary new breed of ape-man called homo ergaster has taken over Africa. They are expert tool-makers, food-finders and travellers, but where they differ most from their predecessors is in their communal lifestyle. The third instalment of Professor Robert Winston 's series on human ancestry travels back one-and-half-million years to explore this innovative creature.
Director Richard Dale ; Series producer Peter Georgi RT SHOP: book £17.99 (usually £19.99), DVD£15.99 (usually £17.99) and video £10.99 (usually £12.99). Call [number removed] (national rate) for details
Laden with orange rubber, fake cowhide, concrete slabs and lime-green paint, Anna Ryder Richardson and Linda Barker arrive in London's desirable West Hampstead to transform an attic and kitchen. Presented by Carol Smillie. Director Nigel Mercer ; Executive producer Linda Clifford
An irreverent new six-part drama, written by Lucy Gannon , following machinations among the staff of a Victorian country house. A charismatic newcomer (Joe Absolom) arrives at the Sturges Borne family seat. Will steely butler Jarvis sniff out the lies on his CV - and can he win a beautiful maid's love?
Producer Harriet Davison ; Director Tim Whitby How the other half lived: p21; Face of the Week-Joe Absolom: p57
Earl of Taplow:
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Weather with Michael Fish. www.bbc.co.uk/ten
Followed by Budget Response Shadow Chancellor Michael Howard 's fiscal assessment.
Steve Rider presents further coverage from the first day's play in Augusta.
Action thriller starring
Christopher Lambert as an American businessman whose evening of passion in Japan becomes a violent nightmare when he is
- targeted by ruthless gangsters. Review page 54.
DirectorJ FLawton (1995.18)
Followed by Skiing Weather