Presented by Simon McCoy and Mishal Husain.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Dally Play
A young widowed mum from
West Bromwich gets help from the makeover squad while she and her seven-year-old daughter enjoy a rare day out together.
Dad Mike Johnson has had a difficult time. He's now ready to sell some precious mementos and move on with his life. Can Jeremy Milnes and Lome Spicer help him de-junk, forget his past woes and look to the future? Followed by News; Weather
Today's challenge sees the duo in Tenerife's remote mountains creating a new master bedroom using only the contents of the van.
Attempts to fund a memorial bench as well as set up savings accounts for 11 grandchildren, unearth a hidden gem.
Jono Coleman , Esther McVey and Barry Cryer try to guess the identities of two celebrity homeowners. With David Frost and Catherine Gee.
Sindi refuses to move in with Toadie. Izzy flees her problems and Father Tom declares his true feelings to Susan.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Detling in Kent welcomes Tim Wonnacott and experts Kate Alcock and Philip Serrell.
The Medical Mystery. Father
Frank believes he has witnessed a murder at a hospital.
Tweenies Max 's sister Polly comes to visit and they both have a very confusing day.
Taz and Molly swap bodies for the day, and adorable Kitty returns to torture and torment Taz. (AD)
4.05 Tom and Jerry Kids
A triple bill of cartoon fun with the juvenile animal duo.
4.30 The Basil Brush Show
Dave is roped into playing football for the school against the dreaded St. Nigel's.
5.00 Rule the School
4/7. It's sports day but has one of the teams cheated in order to win the trophy?
With Jake Humphrey.
Writer ("The Basil Brush Show"):
Writer ("The Basil Brush Show"):
Presenter ("Rule the School"):
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary and sport.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett. (St
Sixteen days of top international sport officially get under way live from the Olympic Stadium in Athens. Tonight's opening ceremony marks the return of the world's biggest sporting occasion to its spiritual home - the Greek capital was the birthplace of the ancient Olympics in 776 BC and the venue for the first Olympics of the modern era in 1896. The centrepiece of the evening will be the arrival in the stadium of the Olympic torch, which has travelled through five continents to reach Athens. This symbolic moment heralds the start of over two weeks of competition at the very highest level, in which athletes from over countries will contest 28 sports and 37 disciplines in no less than 35 different venues. Coverage of what promises to be a spectacular curtain-raiser is introduced by Sue Barker and Steve Rider , with commentary from Barry Davies. Executive producer Martin Hopkins ; Executive editor Dave Gordon BBCi: during the Games digital viewers can see four extra events on satellite and cable in addition to terrestrial coverage, and two extra events on Freeview. Meanwhile the internet offers five streams of live footage direct from Athens, with daily round-ups covering the best action, at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics
BBC BOOK: Olympic Cookbook, with recipes by Ainsley Harriott and Team GB, 19.99 RT's Olympic special starts on page 16
With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
As the new football season begins, Sue Barker hosts a special edition of the quiz in which Premiership alumni
Peter Schmeichel , Nigel Winterburn , Mark Bright and Dion Dublin join captains Ally McCoist and Matt Dawson.
Producer Ade Rawcliffe ; Series producer Carl Doran BBC MAGAZINE: Match of the Day Premiership Guide 2004/05, price £3.95
High-speed drama of racing and romance, starring Tom Cruise. Cocky stock-car racer Cole Trickle is recruited to a new team under Tim Daland , and forced to work with veteran
Harry Hogge. All three have a lot to learn, as their ego clashes are almost as violent as the on-track crashes. Then an accident introduces Cole to Dr Claire Lewicki. Review page 54.
Director Tony Scott (1990, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Dr Claire Lewicki:
Hammer horror starring
Adrienne Corri and Laurence Payne. The inhabitants of a Serbian village begin to contract a mysterious plague after the arrival of an unusual circus. Review page 54.
Director Robert William Young (1971.18)