With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Then The National Lottery Daily Play
Advice on how to avoid break-ins and burglaries with Dominic Littlewood.
The show visits an abandoned house in Norwich, Norfolk with all its furniture and Possessions intact. Followed by News; Weather
Sprucing up a four-bedroom
Victorian house in Kidderminster, Worcestershire.
Stephanie and Kevin bring cleanliness and order to another domestic chaos.
Good deals are sought in Builth Wells in mid-Wales. More Bargain Hunt-ing tonight at 7pm
Steph flees the country.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Bom to Fly. Mac has bad news for an ambitious son.
Writer Marc Peirson
Who Threw the Barbitals in Mrs Fletcher 's Chowder? Amos's sister seeks refuge.
Tweenies Max tells a Diwali story to the gang.
Tom and Jerry Kids
Kitten-and-mouse triple bill. (R) (S)
4.05 The Scooby, Scrappy and Yabba Doo Show
Triple bill. (R) (S)
4.30 I Dream
8/13. Stacey gets nervous before a performance.
Writers Robin French, Kieron Swift (S)
5.00 Blue Peter
Resident gardener Chris Collins plants beautiful bulbs in time for Christmas. (S)
Writer (I Dream):
Writer (I Dream):
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With Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams. including a weather summary.
Followed by Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
5/6. Robin Hood fans waylay David Dickinson on a trip to Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire.
Director Jason Holmes : Series producer Linda Cleeve TO TAKE PART: win an antique by guessing the outcome at www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle or by calling [number removed] (cost 25p max). Digital viewers can vote via the red button
Air traffic control computer problems at Heathrow make for hot, hungry and harassed passengers. Series producer Michael Houldey ; Executive producer
The results of the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws are unveiled by Ian Wright.
Spain's Costas prove ripe for renovation as a goat shed is turned into a habitable home and retirement dreams are salvaged from a building site. With Lowri Turner and Nick Knowles.
Series producer Annie Heather : Executive producer Mark Hill
7/8. Modern Times. Find out how unexpected alterations were made to Northumberland using high explosives as Alan Titchmarsh reveals the changes over the last century to our countryside.
At 9.50, local "landscape detectives" investigate recent change on their area. British Isles: a User's Guide to Natural History is at 10.50pm on BBC4. Producer Chris Cole ; Executive producer Michael Gunton
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Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst. BBCi: from 10.00-10.45 digital viewers can access in-depth stories behind the day's headlines in The Ten o'Clock News Extra
Followed by National Lottery Update
Within just four hours of running away from home, a child could be targeted by a paedophile or pimp. Marking the 25th anniversary of Children in Need, Will Young reveals a lack of action by government and how charities struggle to fill the gap.
Director/Producer Gerry Pomeroy Act of Good Will: page 13
A bittersweet tale of first love, set in the 1960s, starring Rosanna Arquette and Vincent Spano. A middle-class schoolgirl starts dating a working-class youth with ambitions "to become the next Sinatra". Review page 55.
Director John Sayies (1983, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Fat Nation - the Big Challenge 9/9. Just how well has everyone done? Shown last Thursday
1.50 North Pole: the Challenge 1/6. A businessman trains for a race to the North Pole.
2.50 Bank of Mum and Dad 4/6. A party-loving diva has a weakness for designer watches.
3.50 Changing Rooms 5/10. Mediterranean class and country cottage style in Hertfordshire.