Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Will the hours of practice put in by mother of three Michelle pay off as she tries to revive her flagging social life?
The Wilson family are desperate to turn their dumping ground of a back yard into the garden of their dreams in just four weeks. Producer Nick Rigg ; Editor
Bernard Periatambee followed by News; Weather
Will it be a harmonious outcome 'or a musician seeking a home near Birmingham?
A Southampton family hope to fund a day out at a watersports centre. (5) FOllowed by News; Weather
4/5. Diss in Norfolk is today's venue. Tim Wonnacott presents. (Revised repeat)
IzzY begs Max not to destroy her happiness. Janelle's debts grow. Repeated at 5.35pm
Can dreams of driving a steam train and taking a Spanish painting holiday be realised?
food Fight. At the benefactor's ball, competition between caterers starts with sabotage and ends in death.
Mayhem and mash at the Seagull's Rest B&B.
Birds go on the attack, then the park keeper acts strangely.
Bernie tries to hide his broken leg.
Scooby and Shaggy are held to ransom by kidnappers.
Louis uncovers a scandal involving Ren.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. 81
Followed by Weather with Penny Tranter.
3/3. To Hell and Back. Nigel Marven completes his CGI-enhanced journey through the prehistoric marine world with visits to the Jurassic era and "Hell's Aquarium" - a nightmarish ocean inhabited by nature's nastiest collection of predators.
Director/Series producer Jasper James
Chrissie struggles to get her story straight.
Writer Colin Wyatt ; Producer Martha Hillier ; Director Alice Troughton Cast on page 36 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
New series 1/8. Matt Allwright returns with a new collection of dodgy tradesmen caught in the act.
Tonight, the rip-off roofers who charge hundreds of pounds for totally unnecessary work. And in a new twist. Matt uses prosthetics and make up to confront the rogues as a 75-year-old Welshman called Roger. Producer Jeff Wilkinson ; Series producer Rob Unsworth Undercover agent: page 12
6/9. The team help a builder who has been crushed by a mechanical digger. The helicopter crew are sent to a boy involved in a road accident and a man is having a heart attack. Kwame Kwei-Armah narrates. Series producer Alison Gregory Repeated tomorrow on BBC3 at
8pm See also Trauma Uncut at 9pm on BBC3
Dialogues of the Dead 2/2. With the body count rising, the detectives focus their investigation on the Heritage Centre and those who work there.
For cast see yesterday
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
Zurich's Tonhalle Orchestra makes a welcome return for a programme which includes music by Wagner, Beethoven and Richard Strauss. With David Zinman wielding the baton, the orchestra begins with the tempestuous overture to The Flying Dutchman by Wagner, followed by Beethoven's Piano Concerto
No 3 in C Minor, featuring pianist Emanuel Ax. Finally, the Royal Albert Hall will be filled with the rousing opening bars of Stanley Kubrick's epic 2001: a Space Odyssey, part of Richard Strauss 's lofty tone poem
Also Sprach Zarathustra. Alan Titchmarsh hosts this recording of the August Bank Holiday concert.
Director Francesca Kemp ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane
Menacing psychological thriller starring Mark Harmon and Caroline Goodall. After enrolling on a cookery course, Annie meets charming bachelor Tommy, who promises her a more idyllic life. Whisked away to his secluded loft, however, Annie soon discovers his dark side. Review page 50.
Director Alex Graves (1997, 18) Followed by Holiday Weather
The Private Life of Harley Street 8/8. Obese Annie opts for radical surgery. Shown Monday Bpm BBC2
2.00 Disaster Masters 5/10. Friendly rivalry distracts emergency engineers Darrel and Dave.
2.30 6/10. A leaking washing machine devastates the downstairs of a pensioner's house.
3.00 Dealing with Dickinson 6/6. It's the end of the road as the novices try to sell their antiques.