With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Tuesday Then The National Lottery Daily Play
More real-life medical drama. Director Sue Robinson : Series editor
Peter Hayton Followed by News; Weather
Can Colin and Justin make a town house in Birmingham more attractive to local buyers? www.bbc.co.uk/trading up
A boy's bedroom is transformed into a guest room with a Shaker-style makeover. Followed by News; Weather
A conservatory would certainly bring a little sunshine into the lives of a Cambridgeshire couple - but first they must raise £2,000.
Tim Wonnacott is joined by a team of practical jokers for today's auction in Ardingly,
West Sussex. Who will get the last laugh?
Karl suggests a possible reason for Scott's erratic behaviour.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Rotten Eggs. A hard-up student devises a money-making ruse. Writer Lucy Blincoe
Cast on Tuesday/Friday
Vanishing Act 2/2. Can Mark prove Steve's innocence and catch the killer?
Balamory Edie wants to go on safari - does PC Plum have a plan?
Writer Wayne Jackman BBC PRODUCTS: Balamory: Days Out. video £7.99, DVD £10.99, available via www.bbcshop.com
Stuart and George aim to set a record by building the world's tallest penny stack.
4.05 The Mummy
Can the O'Connells track down the Eye of Shiva before Inhotep and Weasler?
4.35 Test Your Pet
2/4. An animal psychologist answers viewer's pet queries. And what happens when a Pigeon owner looks after pigs?
(More tomorrow at 4.35pm.)
5.00 Blue Peter
Fasten your seat belts as Simon tries formation driving, Konnie goes off-road, and Matt gets behind the wheel of a truck.
(Signed repeat tomorrow 7.30am BBC2)
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With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Tuesday
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
8/8. It's all hands on deck for Newquay's coastguards when a surfer is swept out to sea, while eyebrows are raised at the Torbay lifeboat crew's annual ball. Fay Ripley narrates. Series producer Lucinda Axelsson ; Executive producer Julian Mercer
Nick Knowles and his team of tradesmen attempt to rectify another botched home-improvement project. (si
Eamonn Holmes hosts the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
New series 1/5. Supervised by armed-forces personnel, 24 young men undergo a punishing four-weektraining regime based on preparations for the 1944 Normandy landings. The Raw Recruits. Basic training gets under way - but when elementary lessons in personal hygiene progress to nights spent in the freezing cold, enthusiasm begins to wane.
Will advice from D-Day veterans spur the volunteers on, or does the younger generation lack the mental grit to stick the course?D-Day: Turningthe Tide follows at 9pm on BBC4. Series producers Graham Cooper and Dale Templar ; Executive producers
Vicki Barrass and Marc Goodchild www.bbc.co.uk/ww2 Taking up the fight: page 26
1/2. How do the authorities keep tabs on high-risk offenders once they have been released from prison?
Made over a year, this film gives an insight into the work of police, probation officers and mental-health workers.
A Second Chance. A known sex offender is seen leaving a park frequented by schoolgirls - and though his probation officer is hopeful that he has changed his ways, police decide to mount a surveillance operation. And what was the real motive behind a man's brutal assault on a woman - robbery, or something even more sinister?
Director Nick Poyntz ; Executive producer Roger Graef Alison Graham on ... : page 67
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Then National Lottery Update
How much money are the Queen and Prince Charles really worth, and how do they spend their cash? Adrian Chiles enlists the help of jewellers, a city analyst and an estate agent to unlock the secrets of the royals' coffers - and exposes the Queen's disastrous investment in an avantgarde record label that left her seriously out of pocket.
Producer Colm Martin ; Executive producer Tessa Livingstone
Black comedy drama based on a true story, starring Julie Walters and Rupert Graves . Dorset , 1954: passions are
- aroused in Mrs Beasley and her teenage daughter when a handsome young lodger comes to stay. Review page 60. Director Philip Goodhew (1995, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed programmes. Ends 3.50.
Brilliantly British 3/3. Hilary Kay uncovers the story of designer William Morris , whose exquisite wallpapers and textiles became the toast of Victorian society.
2.20 Brassed Off Britain 1/11. Matt Allwright begins his search for the worst customer service in Britain. Shown yesterday 7pm
2.50 Your Life in Their Hands 3/3. Can pioneering surgery save a patient who is suffering from heart failure?