Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday
Discussion. Followed by News; Weather
The Staffordshire scouts test the best tents on the market, while the Wl's Mary Henry dishes up some tasty treats with chef James Martin. Followed by News; Weather
A budding young singer gets a bedroom with a stage area.
With Linda Barker.
A dining room in High Wycombe is given an Edwardian look.
Followed by News; Weather
The game show in which host Paul Ross only gets paid if the contestants fail to win the L4,000 on offer.
It's new chef Julie's first night, the charter boat has run aground on a sea of red tape and Photographers search for the King of Spain.
Dee tries to convince herself that Darcy is the one she wants. Repeated at 5.35pm
A couple sell some of their antiques to buy a leather sofa.
The Plague. Steve's undercover surveillance causes city-wide panic when his suspect seems to have developed the plague.
Fimbles: Fimbo finds building blocks and builds a wall.
BBC FIMBLES MAGAZINE: new issue available 24 July, price Â£1.45
Arthur Double bill. Arthur and Francine get locked in the library, and Buster opens his detective agency.
440 Watch My Chops Aunt Bertha makes Corneil the target for her affections.
4.25 Animal Arc A dog parlour, lion feeding and a horse with a sore leg in a bubble bath feature in the animal rescue series. With Eils Hewitt and Chris Young.
4.40 The Fairly Odd Parents Timmy finds he isn't the only one with fairy godparents.
5.00 Blue Peter Children's magazine, presented by Konnie Huq ,
Simon Thomas , Matt Baker and Liz Barker. Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7.40am on BBC2 Fancy the Blue Peter theme on your mobile? Visitwww.radiotimes.com
5.20 Newsround Extra Laura Jones travels to Iraq to discover how the country's children are coping with the aftermath of war.
With Bill Turnbull and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Beavers - the Master Builders? Man and beaver are two of the most skilled and industrious creatures - both divert rivers, fell trees and build log cabins. But only one really deserves the title "master builder". David Attenborough narrates.
Producer Jonathan Keeling ; Series editor Sara Ford BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: monthly, price f2.90. New issue on sale 22 July
The interior design team face another challenge in the home makeover show. Presented by Carol Smillie.
Executive producer Linda Clifford
Phillip Schofield presents the midweek draws.
Director Patricia Mordecai
Four places in the musical academy were filled in Saturday's opening episode and now the next three are up for grabs. Who will secure the opportunity of a lifetime? Fame Academy on Three follows on BBC3, with a return to BBC1 for the voting result at 9.50pm. With Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty.
www.bbc.co.uk/fameacademy Tips for wannabe TV stars: page 51
"Where there's a blame there's a claim" was the slogan of the Accident Group, the compensation company that famously saw potholes as pay-offs. It was all going so well for its millionaire chairman Mark Langford until his 2,500 workforce was abruptly sacked by text. Where did all the money go and why were so many people left in debt? Paul Heiney reports.
Producer Phillip Clothier ; Executive producer Doug Carnegie
The results of tonight's vote.
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish. (5)
Then National Lottery Update
Sir John Mortimer : Owning Up at 80. In the year that the barrister turned bestselling author turns 80, Alan Yentob talks to family and friends about the man widely regarded as a passionate political campaigner, wit, bon viveur and legendary lothario. A feature-length episode of Rumpole of the Bailey follows on BBC4, with A Voyage round My Father tomorrow at 9.30pm also on BBC4.
Director/Producer Kate Misrahi
Crime drama based on a true story starring Tony Curtis and Henry Fonda. The city of Boston, Massachusetts, is rocked by a series of ruthless murders, seemingly carried out by one maniac whose victims are all women.
Criminologist John S Bottomly reluctantly agrees to head the hunt for the killer. Widescreen. Review page 46.
Director Richard Fleischer (1968, 18)
Followed by Weatherview
Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.40.
DIY SOS A bedroom project. Shown last Thursday
2.00 Bargain Hunt From Harrogate antiques fair.
2.30 Imagine ... The Portrait of Omai. The story of Joshua Reynolds 's portrait of Britain's first non-white celebrity.
3.10 The Trouble with Sleep The second of two documentaries examines children with sleeping problems.
First in the series in which Wax meets the rich and famous.