With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Daily Play
A teacher with a L300,000 budget weighs up the pros and cons of three homes. Followed by News; Weather
Real-life medical drama. Followed by News; Weather
Ever thought of converting your whiffy old trainers into plant pots for fragrant herbs?
A trio of Essex boot-sale regulars try to raise cash to fund a health-spa break? Followed by News; Weather
Tim Wonnacott views an ornate trompe l'oeil mural at Ragley
Hall in Warwickshire.
Will today's challengers topple a team of distinguished quiz show champions?
Karl and Susan discuss the division of their assets.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Over the Fence. A neighbourly dispute for reluctant Ronnie. Writer Roland Moore
Cast on Monday/Friday
Murder in the Electric Cathedral Family members protest when a charismatic televangelist is named in the will of a wealthy oil heiress.
Making a present for Auntie.
Stuart Little: The little rodent has a nasty car crash.
4.05 Rugrats: Chuckie suspects he's turning into a clown.
4.20 ChuckleVision: Barry and Paul have a spooky encounter.
Writer John Sayle
4.35 Short Change - the Fat Nation Challenge: Should celebrities advertise junk food? Plus advice on nutrition and fitness.
Fat Nation - the Big Challenge is at 8pm
5.00 Byker Grove: The banned Grovers stage a protest against Norman.
More cast on Tuesday
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
New series 1/8. Mobile Phones. Forty per cent of people believe that mobile-phone masts are a health hazard. Some even claim that mobiles can "cook" the brain - but is there any hard scientific evidence to support such lurid rumours? In the first of his light-hearted investigations into headline-grabbing scare stories, Richard Hammond meets scientists in the know, gathers advice on safe mobile usage - and confronts industry insiders dodging the tough questions.
Producer Jacqui Farnham ; Series producer Kate Beetham Alison Graham on alarmist TV: page 57
Keith Miller learns not to mess with Dennis.
Writer Rob Gittins Cast on Tuesday Repeated 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
New series 1/9. Brits spend £6.5 billion on booze and snacks every year- so if we're a little overweight, it's hardly
- surprising. In Birmingham, 200 couch potatoes have volunteered to have their new health regimes monitored over two years by a fitness expert, a nutritionist and a psychologist. Will they rise to the challenge, or keel over at the first sign of a skipping rope? Matt Allwright , meanwhile, finds out how super-size portions have turned America into an obesity time bomb. Fat Nation on Three follows on BBC3. Producers Mary Harper and Jeff Wilkinson ; Series producer Virginia Hill
www.bbc.co.uk/bigchallenge BBCi: digital viewers can access extra features via their handset's red button Street life: page 26
New series A revealing insight into major police enquiries, combining reconstruction with police footage and interviews. 1/8. Body in the Boot. May 2002: when the badly charred corpse of a young man is discovered in an abandoned car, police in the Derbyshire Peak District are confident of quick progress. But as the days turn into weeks, his identity remains a mystery. Why has no one reported him missing? Director Jim Sayer ; Executive producer Nick Curwin
2/8. There's the usual good-natured joshing and bar-room banter as Will Carting and Alastair Campbell join regulars Ian Wright , Phil Tufnell , Jonathan Ross and Rory McGrath for the perennial sports quiz. Nick Hancock tries to keep the peace. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers Simon Bullivant and Jim Pullin
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
Will the British men's wheelchair basketball team win gold at the Athens Paralympics later this month? This one-off observational documentary follows a year of painstaking preparation through to the nail-biting selection process.
Director Paula Davies ; Executive producer Jo McCusker
The past week's political events reviewed by Andrew Neil. Producer Natasha Shallice ; Editor Jamie Donald
Followed by Holiday Weather
Signed programmes. Ends 3.05.
Watchdog Shown on Tuesday at 7pm
12.45 Massive Nature 6/6. The Exodus. The awe-inspiring migration of 40 million bats from a Florida cave.
1.15 When Michael Portillo Became a Single Mum The childless
Conservative MP holds down two low-paid jobs and looks after four kids - on less than Â£80 a week. First shown on BBC2
2.15 Antiques Roadshow Shown on Sunday at 6.40pm