With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Then The National Lottery Dally Play
A rude awakening forthe King family of south London who are L22,000 in debt.
Spooky goings-on in Kent, plus Properties in Morecambe and Gillingham. Followed by News; Weather
A DIY liability in Tadworth, Surrey is taken in hand.
A dated semi in the Midlands gets a design boost. Followed by News; Weather
Easy-on-the-pocket antiques are sought in Kent.
Quiz show gurus are challenged by young pretenders.
The search for a donor widens. Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
What He Wanted. Ronnie helps out his late ex-colleague's daughter.
Writer Jan Page
Alma Murder. A professor confesses to murder- but has he really done it?
Mona the Vampire
A snowman is resurrected. (R) (S)
Infantile fun. (R) (S)
10/10. Kirsten makes a trip to Blackpool. (S)
5.00 I Dream
13/13. Toone is in love. Writer Paul Dornan (S)
5.25 Newsround (S)
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Then Weather with John Hammond.
6/10. Dragonfly - Beauty or Beast? Profiling the most two-faced bug on the riverbank - an aggressive, yet beautiful, tyrant. David Attenborough narrates. Producer James Honeyborne ; Series editor Sara Ford
Stacey is forced to face an icy reunion with her mum. Writer Jeff Povey This week's episodes produced by Simon Winstone and directed by Alice Troughton For cast see page 42
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
3/5. The Cold Truth. Winter cold sets in at Duncraig Castle, but spirits are soon raised by a concert put on in the chapel by Perlin's gospel-singing cousin. Director Justin Wickham ; Producer David Wickham
Nick Knowles and his team of tradesmen repair the damage wrought by hapless DIY bunglers.
Series producer Moniza Uddin
6/6. Will Ripley do right by his family as the final strands of his life unravel? Strong language as the acclaimed thriller with musical numbers concludes.
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With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond. BBCi: digital viewers can see 10 o 'Clock News Extra from 10.00-10.45
4/5. Brando. The brooding, raw and groundbreaking performances Marlon Brando gave in such films as A Streetcar Named Desire, On the Waterfront and The Godfather gave the actor an iconic status, despite his lifelong disdain for acting. Alan Yentob talks to Martin Scorsese , Francis Ford Coppola and Bernardo Bertolucci - as well as the Adler family of New York, with whom he was long associated - to piece together a portrait of a highly complex man. Director James Nutt ; Series producer Ian MacMillan The best of Brando, frame by frame: page 27
Andrew Neil , Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott dissect the last seven days in politics. Producer Natasha Shallice ; Editor Jamie Donald
Schlocky erotic thriller starring Scott Bakula and Chelsea Field. A psychiatrist uncovers a dark secret about his friend's new bride. Review page 61.
Director Rick King (1994)
Followed by SkiingWeather
Watchdog Shown on Tuesday at 7pm
3/6. The Crossing. One and half million wildebeest search for fresh grazing land.
3/10. The monitor lizard.