Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Breakfast Briefing at 6.00; weather every half-hour from 6.15; national/ regional news half-hourly from 6.27. Editor David Kermode
A busy woman fits driving lessons into her hectic life.
A couple must turn their finances around in four weeks to raise
£2,000 to pay for their wedding reception. (5) Followed by News; Weather
Can a busy mother with twins find a suitable home in Leamington
Can a mum raise enough cash to fund a fish pond? Followed by News; Weather <S)
2/5. Will the teams have a field day finding antiques in Aylsham, Norfolk? (Revised repeat)
Regional News; Weather (5)
Sky and Boyd argue. Max and Steph receive some good news. Repeated at 5.35pm
Can the sale of antiques fund a much needed spa holiday?
Drill for Death. An exercise in disaster control turns into a drill for death at Community General when a nursing administrator is found dead.
Fun and games at the Seagull's Rest.
The twins are abducted by aliens.
Can Bernie prove he is telepathic?
A Dragon Beast interrupts a vital baseball game.
Louis's dad spends quality time with another kid.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Followed by Weather with Helen Young.
GREATER LONDON BBC London News Hosted by Emily Maitlis. Editor Catherine Hearne
SOUTH EAST South East Today With Rob Smith , Ian Palmer and Beverley Thompson. Editor Quentin Smith EAST Look East With Stewart White and Amelia Reynolds. Producers Ian Kings and Steve Silk
As a prelude to a new series of Watchdog, starting next Tuesday, some of its best-known presenters - including Hugh Scully , Lynn Faulds Wood and Nick Ross - return to look back at the history of Britain's longest running consumer show, while Anne Robinson does battle with washing machine executives.
Producer Rob Unsworth
Rumours fly following the grim discovery in the Vic, and as the terrifying reality of her situation begins to dawn on Sam, Chrissie looks to make her escape. Writer Sarah Phelps For cast see page 36 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
Thinking outside the Box. After Saturday's interactive special, it's business at usual at Holby tonight. Mark struggles to contain his grief at Frank's funeral, and Mubbs sees a chance to progress when he meets a talented consultant.
Writer Barry Simner ; Produced and directed by Simon Meyers
The Harrowing 3/3. Red's sanity is stretched to the limit as Professor Robb helps him understand what lies behind the appalling suffering this killer is inflicting on the victims. Contains disturbing images and scenes of violence. See Sunday's choice.
For cast see Sunday and August Bank Holiday Glamour work: pl0; One to Watch - Maxine Peake : p53
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
Grim Second World War drama starring Jude Law,
Joseph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz. Amid the carnage of the German attack on Stalingrad, a young Russian sniper's success attracts the attention of an ambitious propaganda officer, a female translator and a battle-hardened German sharpshooter. Review page 48.
Director Jean-Jacques Annaud (2001, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
The Private Life of Harley Street 6/8.
Kefah Mokbel uses a pioneering technique to detect breast cancer. More tomorrow at 12.45am.
1.10 War at the Door 2/8. A Glaswegian is threatened with eviction if he fails to tidy up.
1.40 Dealing with Dickinson 4/6. The Duke's nous is called into question. More tomorrow at 1.55am.