With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Daily Play
A studio discussion on the hot issues of the day.
Uri Geller and Tamara Beckwith invite Carl Wilde and Paul Hayes to snoop around their homes in search of personal possessions to sell at a public auction. Who will make the most money for their chosen charity? Followed by News; Weather
An old chiropody clinic scrubs up well as a bright and cheerful Playroom, and there's a quick fix for a spare bedroom.
The makeover squad help out a disabled mum of five who is struggling to keep herfamily's clutter in check. Followed by News; Weather
In Derby a couple who've been together for almost 40 years take on a pair of newlyweds. Plus a visit to Ragley Hall in Warwickshire.
Scott's self-destructive behaviour causes trouble.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Sweet Dreams. Mac is concerned for a boy's safety.
Writer David Hermanstein For cast see Tuesday and Friday
The New Healers. The unpopular star of a TV hospital drama is permanently written out of the script.
Tweenies The garden becomes a magical forest.
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The Wild Thornberrys
Darwin 's fear of heights stops him from flying in a hot-air balloon.
4.10 Astro Boy
As his memory circuits reactivate, Astro Boy remembers his origins.
10/13. An American company advertises its fizzy drink on the Rudeboy website.
Writer Othneil Smith
5.00 Short Change
The consumer show carries out more investigations.
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With George Aiagiah and Sian Williams. including a weather summary. (5) www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Monday
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
Arkwright needs a new suit, but he's too mean to buy one. Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Martin and Sonia have a big decision to make on their wedding day. Alfie rebuffs Kat's attempt to seduce him.
Writer Ann Marie Di Mambro : This week's episodes produced and directed by Jamie Annett More cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
Football fever is sweeping the country ahead of Euro 2004, and Sven-Goran Eriksson and Nancy Dell'Olio are at home awaiting the big kick-off - but can Sven count on his feisty partner's support when he needs it most? Alistair McGowan and Ronni Ancona introduce brand-new comic impressions, including Claudio Ranieri , Rio Ferdinand , Peter Schmeichel , Owen Hargreaves and Anna Ford , as well as old favourites such as Posh and Becks, Gary Lineker and Jordan.
Director Matt Lipsey ; Producer Henry Klejdys McGowan and Ancona's take on Euro 2004: page 13
10/10. The Royal London Hospital air ambulance is scrambled when a traffic accident results in a serious head injury. Trauma on Three is at 9pm on BBC3.
Series producer Alison Gregory ; Executive producer Camilla Lewis
An episode of the forensic detective drama from 2002.
Tell No Tales. Pathologist Sam Ryan investigates when a gruesome discovery is made in an old factory building. Concludes after the news at 10.35pm.
Writer Avril E Russell ; Producer Nick Pitt ; Director John Duthie Videoplus code for 9.00-11.35pm (non-PDC)
Prof Sam Ryan:
Dr Leo Dalton:
DCI Luke Telford:
DS Esther Linden:
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.
In the conclusion of tonight's drama, Harry is implicated in the death of a student.
Today's local council, London Assembly and European
Parliament elections are the biggest test of public political opinion ahead of the next general election. David Dimbleby updates the results as they come in, with "swingometer" analysis from Peter Snow. Leading figures from the main parties assess the new political landscape, and politicians are put on the spot in live reports from around Britain.
Director Rob Hopkin ; Editor James Stephenson
Followed by Holiday Weather