With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Daily Play
Storage space tops the house-hunting wish list.
Real-life drama from Guy's and St Thomas ' hospitals. Followed by News; Weather
Why has a Derbyshire property failed to attract offers?
A south London homeowner craves a new carpet.
How will today's quiz team fare against the champions?
David's actions put Lou in peril. Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Out of Control. Why is a patient refusing chemotherapy? Guest-starring Gwyneth Strong. Writer Alison Rose
Cast on Monday/Friday
Crossed Up. Jessica overhears a murder plot on a crossed phone line.
and Do Thursday Ends 3.45. Big Cook Little Cook Ben plants some seeds.
Tom and Jerry Kids Three animated catancknouse capers.
4.05 Rugrats The kids are banished from the living room.
4.20 The Story of Tracy Beaker
New series It's moving day at the Dumping Ground as the children's home drama returns for a fourth run.
Writer Mary Morris Next episode at 5.30pm on CBBC channel Behind the scenes: page 17
4.35 The Fairly Odd Parents The
Tuckers go to Hollywood, then Timmy reads Vicky's diary.
5.00 Byker Grove The Grovers enjoy a day out at a Roman fort.
With George Aiagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
5/8. The Office. With the longest working hours and shortest holidays in Europe, Britain's workers are severely stressed. What's the solution? Richard Hammond reports. Producer Claudia Lewis : Series producer Kate Beetham
Alfie comes face to face with temptation in Angie's Den.
Writer Jeff Povey More cast on Tuesday Rptd at 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
5/9. The Birmingham fat-fighters take on a celebrity team in a game of rounders - is the health drive having the desired effect? Can Maggie Biggar stub out the ciggies with help from Body Hits psychologist Dr John Marsden ? And is Joe Ward any closer to his goal of a six-pack stomach? With Matt Allwright. Fat Nation on Three follows on BBC3. Producer Ife Okwudili; Series producer Virginia Hill
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From the housewife who staged her own kidnap to the police officerwho faked his own shooting, this intriguing documentary examines extraordinary deceits and their dreadful consequences, including a false accusation of rape and a ruined teaching career. What drives people to invent outlandish stories, and why is this phenomenon on the rise? Director Jim Nally ; Executive producer Nick Curwin
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Former BBC director-general Greg Dyke , Trade and Industry Secretary Patricia Hewitt, Conservative head of policy co-ordination David Cameron and the Liberal Democrats' campaign unit chairman Lord Razzall are the panellists in Poole, Dorset. David Dimbleby chairs.
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Andrew Neil , Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott take a look back over the last seven days in politics. Producer Natasha Shallice ; Editor Jamie Donald
Followed by Holiday Weather
Signed programmes. Ends 3.45.
Watchdog Consumer affairs. Shown Tuesday at 7pm
12.55 Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
1.55 A Year at Kew 2/12. The world's smelliest plant causes a stink at the Royal Botanic Gardens. First shown on BBC2
2.25 Terry Jones 's Medieval Lives The Philosopher. Key scientific discoveries made by physicians and engineers in the Middle Ages. With enhanced commentary. First shown on BBC2
2.55 Antiques Roadshow Shown on Sunday at 6.45pm