Presented by Simon McCoy and Kate Silverton.
A young family set their sights on a cottage in Market Harborough, Leicestershire.
An old bakery near Southampton, a plot of land in Brighton and an ex-council house near Wimbledon are up for auction.
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Will Simon and Michelle's advice bear fruit in a Worcestershire farm shop?
Cash is needed to buy a saddle for an abandoned pony that is in rehabilitation.
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Sandra Mole starts a clutter-clearing exercise in order to reclaim ner dining room as a relaxed eating environment.
Stuart suspects Liljana's mishap may not have been an accident. Serena indulges in risky behaviour. Repeated at 5.35pm
A pair of brothers compete against two sisters at an antiques fair hosted in Derby.
A Candidate for Murder. A scheming adviser covers up the death of a senator's daughter.
Postponed from 21 July
5/12. There's another plan to get rid of Simon.
Mr and Mrs Cramp embark on a nostalgia trip, then Wayne convinces Lucien he's too ugly to get a girl.
3/4. Will The McFive crisis meeting resolve the team's leadership problems? With
Herbie, the star of the Love Bug films showing on the BBC and Five this week, drives into the Blue Peter studio.
With Darren Jordon and Sophie Raworth. Plus a sport round-up. Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
2/10. Angellica Bell samples a budget cruise of the French Riviera, Simon Calder attempts to enliven a family of nine's break in Corfu and weather forecaster Carol Kirkwood comes face to face with the most extreme weather she has ever experienced as she pursues tornados across five states in America.
Meanwhile, Saira Khan from The Apprentice takes the celebrity challenge and presenter
Nick Knowles has a well-informed guide for a tour of New Zealand - the country's Prime Minister Helen Clark. Series producer Chris Walley ; Executive producer Owen Gay
Tension mounts as the Millers attempt to come to terms with the possibility of never seeing Demi again. Sharon is determined to track Den down, but will Chrissie prevent her from leaving for Spain? Writer Pippa McCarthy For cast see page 37
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Indiana Jones-style period horror adventure starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz. A party of archaeologists, led by American adventurer Rick O'Connell , discover a tomb containing the 3,000-year-old remains of a murderous Egyptian priest,
Imhotep. When the mummy is accidentally disturbed, he unleashes his terrifying powers on those who have desecrated his resting place. Concludes after the news at 10.35pm. Review page 51.
Director Stephen Sommers (1999, 12) VIDEO Plus+ code for 8.30-11.00pm (non-PDC)
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With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin. <s)
Conclusion of the horror adventure.
Geordie comedian Ross Noble delivers an inspiring set of his trademark ramblings and spontaneous asides, including a passage that explores the virtues of wearing meat on your face. Meanwhile,
Jack "Deadpan" Dee bookends the proceedings by recounting a disastrous outing to the Titanic exhibition and recalling family holidays from hell.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Alex Hardcastle
5.00-8.00pm. Mason attempts to keep Jack in the dark about the fact that his wife and daughter are missing again. Palmer discovers to what lengths Sherry will go to get into the White House.
First shown on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview