Presented by Simon McCoy and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Dally Play
The makeover team head for the home of a hobby-obsessed husband who's flooded his house with ephemera.
Jeremy Milnes and Lome Spicer meet Clive Rowlett , who's had ups and downs - but now wants a new life in Spain. Followed by News; Weather
Jake Robinson and Gavin Lowe create a romantic bedroom for expats in the Algarve.
Two neighbouring families, the Evanses and the Piles, try to raise the funds to pay for a visit to the Eden Project.
Anna Walker , Peter Sissons and Linda Barkerjoin David
Frost and Catherine Gee on the guessing game.
Susan and Libby are devastated to hear of Izzy's pregnancy, and Darren makes his romantic intentions clear.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Tim Wonnacott fronts the auction game as it visits Edinburgh.
The Royal Mystery. Sister
Steve uncovers a deadly plot while doing a favour for a British aristocrat.
Tweenies Judy tries cheesemaking on a trip to Cheddar Gorge.
The gang's car breaks down in a huge parking lot, and Didgeri Dingo finds a magic box in the outback.
4.05 Mona the Vampire
Mona suspects that the Yeti has made its home in the resort where the school is on a skiing trip.
4.20 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Tracy and Jackie decide it's time for drastic action. Michael is smitten.
4.35 The Scooby-Doo Show The kids visit Lisa on an island reputed to be home to vampires.
8/14. Lucy is frightened after Harry has a fit and seeks help from Professor Sharpe.
(Cast on Tuesday)
Writer (The Story of Tracy Beaker):
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Monday
'Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
5/6. New student Kyle faces the daunting prospect of making his TV debut alongside leading actor Christopher Timothy. Meanwhile, other Sylvia Young Theatre School students get to grips with Russian.
Series producer Mandi Startup; Executive producer Tessa Finch
Dot returns to hospital for her test results.
Writer Nicholas Hicks-Beach This week's episodes produced and directed by Mark Sendell More cast Tuesday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
5/6. Planning problems, quitting builders and financial issues have hit a self-build home in Bristol. Mother Sarah is desperate to get her children settled but partner David can't work quick enough. Can Nick Knowles and the team help? Series producer Moniza Uddin : Executive producer Jane Lomas CONTACT DETAILS: need the team's help? Write to: DIY SOS, PO Box 198, Bristol BS99 7RT or visit the website: www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle
5/6. The Edge. A terrifying ordeal awaits thousands of adelies penguins. When the young leave their colony for adult life at sea, a predatory leopard seal lurks menacingly offshore. Can they survive? Sean Pertwee narrates the series that examines the planet's most dramatic wildlife events. Producer Emma Peddie : Series producer Lizzie Green
Staff shouting at children and flouting hygiene regulations are revealed in a special investigation. Fiona Bruce presents covert footage that shows children are being looked after by overworked, under-trained staff at private day nurseries. Producer Anouk Curry www.bbc.co.uk/realstory
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
The world's biggest sporting event is almost here. Olympic Countdown shines the spotlight on possible British heroes, including Paula Radcliffe - yet to win an Olympic medal - and the three-time gold winner Matthew Pinsent. Olympic Opening Ceremony is tomorrow at 6.35pm.
Editor Alastair Mclntyre www.bbc.co.uk/olympics BBC BOOK: Olympic Cookbook, with recipes by Ainsley Harriott and Team GB, f9.99 RT's Olympic special starts on page 16
A remarkable story began when a Durham grandmother received L300,000 from a publisher for her first novel.
Film-maker Christopher Terrill followed Sheila Quigley as her life changed before Run for Home was published.
Producer Christopher Terrill
Followed by Holiday Weather
Signed programmes. Ends 3.30.
Massive Nature 2/6. The Trap. A million flamingos face fish eagles and baboons on East Africa's Lake Bogoria.
1.00 50 Years of BBC TV News
2/3. Margaret Thatcher 's Britain features in the first of tonight's double bill, covering 1974 to 1993. First shown on BBC2
2.00 3/3. The death of Diana, Princess of Wales and the Iraq war are among the final events covered. First shown on BBC2
2.30 Get a New Life Tears and loneliness are among the results when a family move to Australia. First shown on BBC2