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 talk show.
By budgeting and taking on extra employment, a family from New Haw in Surrey save up L2,000 for a new bathroom. Followed by News; Weather
Touching up a photographer's house that is failing to attract a buyer. Followed by News; Weather
Ahead of today's auction in Canterbury, there's a visit to St Augustine's Abbey and Waimer Castle in Kent. TAKE PART: details on Friday
Panellists Eve Pollard, Angus Scott and Bonnie Langford try to guess the identity of two celebrity homeowners.
Toadie pledges to support both Karl and Susan.
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An entertainer tries to raise enough money for a deposit on a canal boat.
Mark Sloan 's new neighbour has a secret past.
Balamory A litterbug is at large.
Can PC Plum track down the culprit?
Writer Johanna Hall BBC PRODUCTS: Balamory: Archie's Inventions, video £7.99, DVD L10.99, from www.bbcshop.com
Miss Hoolie Julie:
DW wants to bear the ring at Aunt Lucy's wedding, and the gang tidy up a local park.
4.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza has an upset stomach.
13/13. Has Mark finally met his match in Tyrone?
Writer John Jackson
5.00 Blue Peter
Celebrating Easter with the birth of some lambs.
Signed repeat tomorrow 7am on BBC2
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Professor Henry Powers:
Dr Mary Holland:
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
3/8. While the Portland helicopter rescues a fisherman, and the lifeboat is called out to help a stranded yacht, coastguards have to tackle a hoax caller as she plays havoc on the emergency channel. Narrated by Fay Ripley.
Director Karen Beland ; Series producer Lucinda Axelsson
5/7. Including a report from Loughborough, where residents are fed up with the neighbourhood students. Plus, the last two wartime U-boats missing in the North Sea are found at last. Presented by Morland Sanders. Series director Rachel Bowering ; Executive producer Ian Cundall
Postponed from 24 March
2/3. Smart Reptiles. More insights into the survival strategies of modern reptiles, including this week how the cold-blooded vertebrates are able to sprint on water, poison their enemies, navigate magnetic fields, communicate emotions in colour and even take to the air. Producer Yvonne Ellis ; Series producer Phil Chapman
Featuring an appeal from Birmingham where a robber returned to the scene of the crime to shoot dead an innocent bystander. Presented by Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce. Call free with information on [number removed] or email: email@example.com. The update is at 10.35pm. Director Stuart McDonald ; Series producer Sally Dixon FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax: p621; Minicom number [number removed]
National and international reports. 10.25 Regional News Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Then National Lottery Update
News of this evening's investigations.
5/6. Mohamed Al Fayed. Owner of Harrods, thorn in the last Tory government's side, saviour of Fulham football club and father of Dodi, Mohamed Al Fayed 's colourful life has been a tabloid journalist's dream. Piers Morgan talks to the man behind the headlines.
Director Colin Lennox : Series producer Gloria Wood
Highlights of the friendly between Sweden and England in Gothenburg, one of Sven-Goran Erikson 's last chances to assess players prior to Euro 2004. Hosted by Gary Lineker. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Crime comedy starring Robert Loggia and Kevin Pollak , and featuring Angie Dickinson. When depressed Mob boss Don Vito Leoni announces that he's retiring from the business, his sons employ a psychoanalyst to try to change his mind. Review page 48.
Director David Jablin (1997, 15)
Signed programmes. Ends 4.35.
The Food Police Children's Food. A confectionery that is killing children globally and an illegal fizzy-drinks factory. Followed by Weathervlew
2.35 A Child of Our Time 1/3. Zero to Hero. Robert Winston looks at the progress of a range ofthree-year-olds.
3.35 SAS Desert - Are You Tough Enough? 3/6. The volunteers are on the run following an ambush. First shown on BBC2