With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Dally Play
Afire service call operator needs help to find her dream home in the West Midlands.
More real-life drama from the corridors of Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals in London.
Followed by News; Weather
Moving to a smaller home, a retired couple want to buy a painting following the sale of former possessions.
Will the Royal Welsh Showground at Builth Wells in Powys contain profitable items?
Seasoned television quiz champions take on a team of challengers.
Lou faces judgement at his court hearing. Serena is on a quest. Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Watching Myself Die. A dying man struggles with his conscience as his twin reveals the truth. Writer Gary Brown
Cast Monday and Friday
Deadline for Murder. A veteran reporter has a deadly grudge.
When plans for a boat trip go awry Edie needs cheering up.
(For regular cast see Friday BBC2)
Chris is back next Saturday and Sunday on CBeebies channel
Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse fun. (R) (S)
4.05 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo
Triple bill. Scrappy is kidnapped, then the chums confront the Robot Master, and perform an act of espionage. (R) (S)
4.30 I Dream
2/13. S Club 8 members Aaron, Calvin, Daisy, Jay, Rochelle, Hannah, Stacey and Frankie star in a fantasy musical in which the gang attend summer school at Avalon Heights - a special academy for performing arts. Back to the Future's Christopher Lloyd features as headmaster Professor Toone. The first big assignment is set.
Writers Kieron Swift , Robin French (S)
5.00 Blue Peter
Including details of how to enter this year's Christmas competition. (S)
5.25 Newsround (S)
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
A circular steel gate is constructed to link two gardens in Poplar, east London. Plus three spherical patios and a water feature. Director John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam
The Family Way. George is feeling broody. However, a new addition is the last thing on Janet's mind - or is it? Writers Trevelyan Evans and Pete Sinclair
Director John Stroud ; Producers Jamie Rix and John Stroud
Phillip Schofield hosts the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball.
New series 1/5. Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine 's inimitable brand of sartorial advice switches to BBC1 - but this time the presenters live the lives of their volunteers. Mums and Babies. More than 100 badly dressed mums are desperate to rescue their gone-to-seed looks. Trinny and Susannah whittle the candidates down to a final two before mercilessly dissecting the contents of their wardrobes. Director Scott Tankard ; Series producer Lindsay Shapero BBC MAGAZINE: What to Wear, a new quarterly available from 1 October, £1.80 Style counsel: page 35
New series 1/8. Three Billion Years in the Making. Why is the UK so diverse, beautiful and extreme? From deserts to tropical forests, Alan Titchmarsh peels back the layers of time to reveal what shaped our landscape and its wildlife. Tonight he's in his native Yorkshire to explain how innocent-sounding place names bear testament to a wild legacy, and in Scotland's Isle of May to show how seal pups' white fur harks back to our snowy heritage.
Producers Dan Tapster , Mary Colwell ; Executive producer Michael Gunton Paradise rediscovered: page 20
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Earmarked. Mark Dallagher was jailed for life on the evidence of an ear print found on a window at a murder scene. He spent seven years in prison before tests proved the DNA on the ear print wasn't his. The film follows the increasingly bitter struggle as the case went first to appeal and then a retrial. The real murderer has never been found.
Director/Producer Paul Dwyer
Action-packed Second World War drama starring Michael Caine.
A British army captain leads a motley group of former criminals on a mission behind enemy lines.
(Review page 53) (1969, 15)
(Film Trivia: page 45)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed programmes. Ends 4.35.
Watchdog Consumer affairs. Shown yesterday at 7pm
2.05 A Year at Kew 1/12. The keeper of Kew's famous Palm House battles with a plague of thrips. First shown on BBC2
2.35 Terry Jones 's Medieval Lives 4/8. The Minstrel. The secret side of medieval minstrels. With enhanced commentary.
First shown on BBC2 (AD)
3.05 Medical Mysteries 3/3. Mystery of the Forgotten Plague. The incurable disease immortalised in Awakenings. (AD)
4.05 Should I Worry About .. ? 1/8. Mobile Phones. Advice on safe mobile usage, with Richard Hammond.