With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Dally Play
Topical discussion. Followed by News; Weather
A bungalow in north London, a first-floor flat in nearby Stoke Newington and a little terraced house in Nottingham are up for auction today.
Followed by News; Weather
Craig Phillips and Stewart Castledine are in Tenerife. where a traditional Canarian outhouse is transformed into a guest bedroom.
The Pile and the Evans family are friends living in the same London apartment block. All keen gardeners, the neighbours need cash and inspiration to help to get theirti red balconies blooming again.
Quiz in which the contestants take on the experts.
Susan and Karl discover a hidden message from the past. Repeated at 5.35pm
Twins. Mac and Ben treat twins with an intriguing bond. Episode written by David Lloyd
Sudden Death. The unpopular owner of a football team is found dead.
Shopping and rabbits, with Justin, Lorna and Tamba.
Stuart Little George wants to be allowed to build and drive his own jumbo model car.
4.05 Metalheads it's Father/Squire
Day at Metalheads Academy and time for some rivalry.
4.20 Watch My Chops The cafes new chef is a terrible cook and a known crook.
4.35 The Queen's Nose The kids are roped into helping out at Chiefs store.
Written by Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain
5.00 SMart How to make animal models from recycled materials, and a pinhole camera. Hosted by Mark Speight and Kirsten O'Brien. Continues Thursday 5pm
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday <s) 69
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Last year viewers voted Atherstone in Warwickshire the town with the worst Christmas lights. Has it fared better in 2003? Executive producer Lisa Ausden ; Editor Doug Carnegie
Signed at 4am www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog
Sam exercises her new authority. Will Ash tell Shirley why he can't reject his father? Pauline pursues her quest. Episode written by Julia Honour Cast on Thursday and Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
8pm, Tuesday 2 December 2003. An hour can be a long time at Holby. Kelly bears her soul to Nic, and Tom storms back in to everyone's lives but not to the greeting he expects.
Written by Andrew Holden ; Producer Huw Kennair-Jones
Director Michael Offer www.bbc.co.uk/holby One final question -Tina Hobley : page
Debbie, Sally and George are three people who didn't lose their memories gradually, theirs were stolen by illness, almost overnight. This one-off documentary reveals how they cannot remember where they live, even though they are standing outside their house. So how do they cope?
Producer Sara Hardy : Executive producer Edwina Vardey
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Michael Buerk asks whether it's possible to mix God and showbusiness.
Among those he meets are former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson, who believes God is happy with her provocative roles, and devout Catholic Jim Caviezel, who talks about his role as Jesus in Mel Gibson's The Passion.
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Michael Buerk asks former Baywatch pin-up Pamela Anderson how her faith exists alongside her glamorous profession.
DOCUMENTARY The Hand of God 10.35pm BBC1 Michael Buerk knew he'd be interviewing all sorts of people about the effect of God on their showbiz careers for this programme, but he didn't think that Pamela Anderson would be one of them. However, it seems that the sex queen of tacky TV, whose current project is Stripperella - a cartoon strip using her physique and voice - is a religious person and helps out in her children's Sunday school.
As always, Buerk is polite and interested in what she has to say, but despite his assertion that "religion isn't about image, it's about what's on the inside of people", you can tell he feels that her Hollywood lifestyle and religion make strange bedfellows, even if Anderson fails to see any contradiction between her faith and her on-screen roles.
But she's not the only celebrity juggling the different worlds of showbiz and religion. Actor James Fox turned his back on his acting career in the 1970s to join a Christian evangelical organisation. Soul singer Solomon Burke starting preaching when he was just seven years old and is now an ordained bishop. And of course no programme about celebrity Christians would be complete without an appearance by Sir Cliff Richard. (Jane Rackham)
Samuel L Jackson discusses his latest release S.W.A. T.
Plus the new Holly Hunter film Thirteen and the new Disney animated feature Brother Bear. With Jonathan Ross.
Producer Hans Petch ; Series producer Tom Webber
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 www.bbc.co.uk/films Win a Golden Ticket: page 40
Drama starring lain Robertson and Joseph McFadden.
Glasgow 1968: teenager Lex is torn between the artistic life of his brother Alan, and the thuggish world of his older sibling, Bobby. He opts for joining Bobby's gang, until events persuade him to switch his allegiance. Review page 58.
Director Gillies MacKinnon (1995,15)
Followed by Weatherview
Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.20.
The Money Game: Football's Cash Crisis First of three football-themed reports for The Money Programme looks at the cash crisis gripping the Premiership. First shown on BBC2
2.15 Chelsea Tales A series charting the champagne lifestyles of residents of Kensington and Chelsea. First shown on BBC2
3.05 Hidden Treasure Miranda Krestovnikoff probes a find of silver pieces in a Leicestershire field. First shown on BBC2
3.35 See Hear Shown on Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2