With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday (S) Then The National Lottery Dally Play
Daily studio discussion. Executive editor David O'Keeffe
(S) 4.98812 AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate) Followed by News; Weather (S)
On the trail of graffiti vandals in west London, and the young tearawayfrom Gloucestershire who is the subject of an anti-social behaviour order. Contains strong language. (S) Followed by News; Weather (S)
A garage is converted into a multi-purpose entertainment room, complete with bar and trophy display case. (S) BBC GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE: L2.40
A cash-strapped couple are looking to raise money for their dream wedding. Will a search of their loft yield a hoard of hidden treasures to sell at today's two auctions? (S)
Do today's contestants have what it takes to beat the quiz show champions? (S)
Sky and Boyd share a kiss. Lyn attends a counselling session. Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Assumptions. An elderly lady wants her children to stop bickering. Guest-starring Deepak Verma.
Episode written by Kath Murphy
Cast on Monday/Friday (S)
The Dig. Strange forces beset an archaeological dig. Guest-starring Susan Wooldridge.
Written by John Collee (R)(S)
Balamory It's a windy day. and PC Plum wants to fly a kite.
Written by Kath Yelland (R) (S)
Arthur Binky writes poetry, and DW loses her voice. (R) (S)
4.10 Get Your Own Back More pesky adultsgetgunged.(S)
4.35 That's Geniusl New series
A competition for budding inventors in which kids' brilliant ideas become reality. A solar-powered lilo features in this first of six shows. With
Angellica Bell , Steve Wilson and designer Kursty Groves. (S) Innovation Nation is tonight at 7pm
5.00 Blue Peter A cardboard box is transformed into a model of The Simpsons's living room.
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2 (S)
5.25 Newsround (S)
With Bill Turnbull and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. (S)
Details on Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs. (S)
New series In April this year, the BBC launched a contest for would-be inventors. Over 5,000 entries have now been reduced to ten, which are revealed in the first of a six-part series. Will the sausage cooker, the collapsible kitchen bin or the unbreakable lock be among the lucky three to make it through to the next stage? The series culminates in a live final on 17 December. With Craig Doyle.
Producer Claudia Lewis ; Series producer Kate Beetham (S) www.bbc.co.uk/science
Adam Hart-Davis 's column: page 33
Rolf Harris meets more furry friends in crisis at the RSPCA's Harmsworth Hospital in north London.
Series producer Tony Moulsdale ; Executive producer Clare Sillery (S)
Concluding the two-part Christmas special from 1991. Miami Twice: Oh to Be in England. Predictably, the Trotter's Californian holiday takes a disastrous turn.
Written by John Sullivan ; Director Tony Dow ; Producer Gareth Gwenlan
(R) (S) www.bbc.co.uk/comedy
A shocking investigation into the network of criminals who managed to sell thousands of tons of rotten poultry to hospitals, schools and supermarkets all over Britain.
A new series of The Food Police is planned for next year.
Producer Julie Dark ; Executive producer Edwina Vardey (S)
Ian Wright hosts the get-rich-quick bonanza, featuring the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws. (S)
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs. (S)
Then National Lottery Update
New series The Voice of Bryn Terfel. The internationally acclaimed Welsh bass baritone talks to Alan Yentob as the arts strand returns for a new, six-part run. As well as learning more about the technical aspects of Terfel's voice, Yentob watches him perform at the opera - but is he prepared to duet with the maestro? With contributions from Jose Carreras, Claudio Abbado and Andrea Bocelli.
Director Rupert Edwards (S) www.bbc.co.uk/arts Bryn Terfel and Renee Fleming are in Music under the Stars, 11.30pm on BBC4 What's coming up later in the series: page 35
Black comedy starring David Schwimmer and Chris Cooper. A plastic surgeon invents a seemingly safe breast implant and opens a clinic, with mixed results. Review page 58.
Director Lawrence O'Neil (1997, 18) (S)
Followed by Weatherview
Programmes with sign language. Ends 3.15.
ONE life Rat Attack. Meeting people whose lives are blighted or blessed by rats. (R) (S)
1.45 What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us How the steam engine transformed the world of work. First shown on BBC2 (S)
2.15 Bargain Hunt Baritones unite against tenors as members of a choir take the antiques challenge. Shown last Thursday (S)
2.45 Changing Rooms Bold panels of primary colour brighten up a soulless living room in Oxfordshire. Shown last Monday (S)