With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Dally Play
Newlyweds with a budget of 1220,000 road-test three
A daily insight, live and direct from the wards and clinics.
www.bbc.co.uk/health Followed by News; Weather
The Rudge family want to fumish and decorate their grandmother's new home.
Ardingly in West Sussex plays host to more eager bargain
4/5. Outreach workers Colin and Karen hope to persuade some of Cardiff's 380,000 homeless to head for the city's hostels.
Summer is suspended from school. Susan and Tom decide to make a go of their relationship. Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Living the High Life. George helps an elderly man after she catches him shoplifting. Writer Paul Matthew Thompson
Cast on Monday/Friday
One White Rose for Death. At a concert Jessica gets involved with two defectors and a killing. With Jenny Agutter.
Big Cook Little Cook Ben is trying to arrange flowers.
Tom and Jerry Kids Three animated cat-and-mouse capers.
4.05 Rugrats The babies try to make
4.20 ChuckleVision Paul tries to get himself a job as a movie star.
Writer Rory Clark
4.35 The Fairly Odd Parents Vicky wants to win a pageant. Timmy to read people's minds.
5.00 Byker Grove The birth of Leanne's baby doesn't go smoothly.
This week's episodes written by Helen Eatock
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
3/8. MRSA. What's it like to be affected by the MRSA virus? Richard Hammond gets to the root of the problem and launches an investigation which reveals the shocking truth of what happens in Britain's dirtiest hospitals.
Producer Nicola Matthews ; Series producer Kate Beetham
Sarah manages to scupper Martin's surprise for Sonia. A confession shocks Ian, and Juley prepares to woo Kareena. Writer Debbie O'Malley Cast Tuesday Repeated 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
3/9. Are your meal portions distorted? The Fat Nation street is set the challenge of dishing up the correct servings. After years of yo-yo dieting one resident vows to change for good, and presenter Matt Allwright meets the women who see big as gorgeous! Fat Nation on Three follows on BBC3.
Series producer Virginia Hill; Executive producer Lisa Ausden
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3/8. To Kill and Kill Again. When a bin liner containing body parts was found at Loch Lomond in Scotland, police trawled files for anyone who had committed a similar crime. One name stood out. William Ian Beggs had a fetish for slashing men with razor blades. In 1987 he'd been convicted of murdering Barry Oldham and cutting his body, but was later released on a technicality. A police search at his flat uncovered damning evidence, but no Beggs. Now Britain's most wanted man, he finally walked into a police station in Amsterdam. But the Netherlands are notoriously hard to extradite from. Had Beggs slipped through the net once again?
Director Susannah Ward : Series producer Magnus Temple
4/8. Team captains Ian Wright and Phil Tufnell are joined by Rory McGrath and Jonathan Ross. Nick Hancock referees. Director Ian Lorimer : Producers Simon Bullivant and Jim Pullin
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
New series MPs Tim Collins and Simon Hughes , actor Richard Dreyfuss and Julia Hartley-Brewer of the Sunday Express take part in this week's live debate from London. David Dimbleby is in the chairforthe start of this 26th series. Executive producer George Carey : Series editor Nick Pisani BBCi: interactive options available to digital viewers via the TV handset
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The past week's political events reviewed by Andrew Neil , with comment from Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott.
Producer Natasha Shallice ; Editor Jamie Donald
Sprightly crime comedy starring
Ursula Andress and Stanley Baker. A staid bank manager gets involved in a bizarre conspiracy. Review page 54.
Director Peter Hall (1970)
Followed by Holiday Weather
Signed programmes. Ends 4.10
Watchdog Consumer affairs. Shown Tuesday at 7pm
2.25 Gardeners' World Champion Growers Sarah Raven meets
Britain's competitive horticulturists. First shown on BBC2
3.25 Antiques Roadshow Shown on Sunday at 6.45pm