With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Dally Play
Nicky Campbell and Nadia Sawalha take turns to host the new chat show.
A low-maintenance garden for an elderly couple. Followed by News; Weather
Two bored mothers try to earn funds for karate equipment.
Director Gill Waddington : Series producer Bernard Periatambee
Gordon Whistance transforms a kitchen and a nursery. Followed by News; Weather
Warwick plays host to the antiques challenge. 186H
David Frost and Catherine Gee invite a panel to match properties to their famous owners.
Steph and Max go ahead with home-buying plans.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Holding the Baby. Marc finds himself in a tricky situation.
Writer David Lloyd
More cast on Friday
Dr Helen Thompson:
Dr Jude Carlyle:
Dr Marc Eliot:
Dr Mac McGuire:
Dr Benjamin Kwarme:
The Hard-Boiled Mystery. Father Frank follows the plot of a 1930s novel to find a killer's identity.
First shown on ITV
3.20 News; Weather
Balamory Spencer wants to play a game, but needs advice on the rules. Writer Davey Moore BBC PRODUCTS: Balamory: Archie's Inventions, video £7.99, DVD £10.99. from www.bbcshop.com
Arthur and DW have their minds set on Aqualand.
4.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Lightning starts a forest fire.
11/13. Mark and Mary look into strange phenomena at a farm.
5.00 Blue Peter
Simon Thomas tries to conquer his fear of skydiving.
Signed repeat tomorrow 7am on BBC2 [web address removed]
Dr Mary Holland:
Professor Henry Powers:
Presenter ("Blue Peter"):
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. (si www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
New series Documentaries following coastal rescue teams. 1/8. The coastguard helicopter is summoned when a boy gets swept out to sea in Dorset, and the RNLI rescue a motorboat in dire straits in Devon. Narrated by Fay Ripley. Series producer Lucinda Axelsson
5/6. A look at what happened when a landlord banned smoking in his Tyneside pub, and potholers' amazing discovery beneath the Mendips. With Morland Sanders.
Series director Rachel Bowering ; Executive producer Ian Cundall
6/6. Illegal Foods. The last in the series meets the officials charged with ensuring no illegal or dangerous food enters the country, and shows a range of delights which didn't make it to our supermarket shelves. Narrated by Fiona Bruce.
Director/Series producer Marcus Ryder
6/6. Into the Future. Steve Leonard shows how the latest hi-tech gadgetry is enabling scientists to enhance their knowledge of animal behaviour- revealing the paths of pigeons, swifts, elephant herds and even blue whales.
Series producer Peter Bassett www.bbc.co.uk/nature
6/6. Marky's family are overjoyed to find James again, but his reappearance triggers a series of shocking revelations.
Writer Tony Grounds: Producer Barney Reisz ; Director Sarah Harding
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Then Budget Statement By the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
4/6. Darren Day. At first this star of West End musicals projected a squeaky-clean image, but a series of ill-fated romances earned Darren Day a reputation as a love rat. Piers Morgan asks whether Day uses his love life to enhance his profile, or whether the red-top press use him to sell papers. Director Donna McLaughlin ; Series producer Gloria Wood
Followed by National Lottery Update
Action from tonight's FA Cup sixth-round replays.
Producer Phil Bigwood : Editor Paul Armstrong
Horror. As a child, Griffin Davis was rescued when his parents were slaughtered by a madman known as the Sandman, who killed entire families. Years later, the Sandman aims to complete his task. Review page 56. Director Turi Meyer (1995, 18)
Followed by Weathervlew
Signed programmes. Ends 4.05.
Burnt-Out Britain 4/8. The Money Programme examines the financial effects of prolonged stress. First shown on BBC2
2/2. Matt Allwright pursues scam-mongers across Europe, Canada and the USA.
1/3. Observing weekend drinkers in booze-soaked Cardiff who are a menace to sobriety.