With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Including 6.00 Breakfast Briefing with Moira Stuart (Mon-Wed), Kate Sanderson (Thu, Fri); 6.15, 6.45,
7.15, 7.45, 8.15, 8.45 weather with Helen Willetts ; 6.20, 7.35,
8.35 sport; 6.27, 6.56, 7.27,
7.56,8.27,8.56 national and regional news; 6.50, 7.25, 7.50,
8.25 business news.
Editor Richard Porter Then The National Lottery Daily Play
The team tackle a home that is in danger of becoming overrun by a family's ever-growing oriental collection.
A two-bedroom maisonette and a pied-a-terre in London, plus an old dairy in the Peak District come up for auction.
Followed by News; Weather
Charlie Dimmock gets to works on a formal pond edged with railway sleepers, while Joe Swift uses squares and rectangles for dramatic impact.
Good value rarities are sought by teams in Wetherby, West Yorkshire. Presented by Tim Wonnacott.
Enough money is needed to buy a memorial for a much-loved mum.
A frail Toadie returns home from hospital. Lyn warns Susan against a relationship with Tom. Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Can dreams of driving a steam train and taking a Spanish painting holiday be realised?
There's another edition tonight at 7pm
The Ghost of a Chance Mystery A mysterious haunting sees the priest having to turn ghostbuster.
Tweenies Max spends the day at the steam railway.
In order to earn some extra money so he can buy a motorcycle, Taz embarks on a job at Hotel Tazmania.
4.05 The Fairly Odd Parents
Double bill. Timmy imagines his parents to be superheroes, then an adventure in the Middle Ages.
4.30 Lizzie McGuire
A wayward chimp causes trouble and Lizzie decides she and her mum need to be best friends.
4.55 The Agents
7/16. The talent search hits the city of Birmingham with the team on the lookout for a new dance troupe. Presented by Carrie Grant.
Continues on Wednesday at 4.55pm.
Presenter ("The Agents"):
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news 85
Ahmad and Nina Hossain
1 with news for London and the Home Counties. Editor Catherine Hearne 37 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see note on left under Other Regions
Beverley Thompson and Giles Dilnot present
Sussex and Kent news.
Editor Quentin Smith 37 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see note on left under Other Regions
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Following a bout with cancer, Moira Barton decides to change her hoarding ways and trade in her antiques for a much-needed spa holiday with her husband.
Series producer Gill Waddington
Ten years on from the National Lottery's launch, how hitting the jackpot has changed lives - for better or worse. Series producer Mike Lewis ; Editor Dave Stanford 21 NOTE: as Real Story is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Kat's demons come back to haunt her, Den's world begins to crumble and Paul is forced to take drastic action.
Writer James Payne Cast on Tue/Fri Repeated 10pm on BBC3 (AD) Soap & Flannel: page 40
A garden in Santa Barbara clinging to the side of a hill proves to be a challenge for Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh. Can a dry stone stream, prairie planting and romantic flowers such as roses and lavenders save the day? Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam
Postponed from 28 June www.bbc.co.uk/gardeninglS)
Anger Management 2/2. The secret past of the team's guitar teacher suspect is revealed and Frankie is embarrassed following the attack in the lab. See Sunday's choice.
For cast see yesterday at 9pm
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
6/8. The Young Ones. The anarchic antics of four students sharing a squalid house in the early 1980s ofThatcher's Britain appeared to tear up the sitcom handbook. But stars Rik Mayall , Adrian Edmondson and co-writer
Ben Elton quickly made the transition from young pretenders to members of the comedy establishment. So, just what is the legacy of hippy Neil, would-be radical Rick, punk Vyvyan and smoothie Mike? Julia Sawalha narrates.
Director Eric Haynes ; Series producer Toby Stevens
Romantic sports comedy. Roy McAvoy - "Tin Cup" to his friends - is a washed-up golf pro. But when Dr Molly Griswold , girlfriend of a successful rival golfer, arrives on the scene, Roy's interest in the game is revitalised. Review page 52.
Director Ron Shelton (1996, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Dr Molly Griswold:
Signed programmes. Ends 3.35.
The Blue Planet 4/8. The survival strategies of animals in polar waters. With enhanced commentary. (AD)
2.05 Pushed to the Limit - Britain's Toughest Family 3/5
The four remaining families tackle a blazing house.
3.05 Cleanse It like Beckham The Money Programme asks whether football's male fans can take as much interest in their appearance as the England captain. First shown on BBC2