The team try to sort out a cluttered kitchen and a shabby bathroom on behalf of a busy working mother in Worcester.
Can Stephanie Meadows , Sam Olujimni and Daniel Ventura be Of help? www.bbc.co.uk/homes
Swapping Albert Square for Queensland, Australia, the actress who plays Sonia in EastEnders chases man-eating crocodiles, performs surgery on a koala, confronts the killer cassowary bird and falls for a kangaroo called Eric. Producer Colette Camden; Executive producer Janine Waddell
Postponed from 21 July
Paul finds coaching the basketball team trickier than he first thought. And Jim plans his birthday celebrations. Writer Nicholas Hicks-Beach Cast on Tuesday and Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
Time for the animal world's answer to the Olympic Games, with a bit of help from the latest technology. Competitors from the mammals, birds, insects, herptiles and fish nations are scaled to human size as they compete in various events. Multi-camera shooting, action replays and photo finishes are used to analyse each event. And the commentators are John Motson and Jonathan Pearce.
Producer John Downer ; Executive producer Adam Kemp BBC DVD: Animal Games DVD on sale on from 9 August, price £4.99 Natural athletes: page 24
PC Wendy Coad arrests a suspected shoplifter, who gives a false address. Sgt Mark Clelland gives chase to a young man in Cardiff on a cycle, stops and searches a youth for drugs, and finds graffiti can make interesting reading.
Series producer: Hugh Dehn ; Executive producer Roger Graef
6/6. Car Salesman. Tony Bascombe , a car salesman from Essex, has higher stress levels than anything the experts have ever seen before. If he is to save his job and his health, he needs to take action now. Narrated by Juliet Morris.
Producer Claire Hughes ; Series producer Si6n Taylor www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle
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Oliver Stone 's historical thriller based on events surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy, starring Kevin Costner. On 22 November 1963, President Kennedy's death changes America for ever. One man is convinced of a conspiracy, and sets out to prove it. Review page 53.
Followed by Weatherview
Lee Harvey Oswald:
Signed programmes. Ends 4.55.
Jimmy's Farm 4/4. Essex boy Jimmy Doherty 's rare-breed pig farm is still not breaking even. First shown on BBC2 (AD)
3.10 Get a New Life The Reeve family are now desperate to find a home on Australia's sunshine coast. First shown on BBC2
4.10 Antiques Roadshow From Ottawa, Canada, where finds include a 16th-century emerald jewelled cross.
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