With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
A property that can accommodate four cars and a boat.
Including a flat in Lancashire and a mansion in Kent. <R) Followed by News; Weather
Scouring the stalls at an antiques fair held in Derby. Followed by News; Weather
A woman aims to raise £1,500 for a family reunion in Africa.
3/10. Teams compete in the quiz blending general knowledge with number puzzle Sudoku.
Dylan sets a date to fight Mike.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Broken Hearts. Julia meets an expat who's returned after 50 years.
Writer Lol Fletcher
Dr Marc Eliot:
WPC Shelley Bateson:
Love and Hate in Cabot Cove
A crooked lawman is murdered. First shown on ITV
Is Badger working himself too hard?
Battling with Drago's minions.
6/15. A bronze figure by sculptor Henry Moore.
Gethin gets ready to take part in a Santa race.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
3/6. Nine-year-old Jessica and 11-year-old Ryan are denied nothing by their parents, but unlimited sugary snacks and hours in front of the family's seven TVs do not bode well for their future. Can child expert
Kris Murrin get these over-indulged couch potatoes off the sofa and back on track for a healthy life? Producer Kirsty Poskitt ; Series producer Robin Ashbrook
First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/health Honey We're Killing the Kids Revisited is on Mondays on BBC3
3/4. Teenage Daughters. A year ago, the adolescent offspring of Lynda and Kitty begged
Trinny and Susannah to spruce up their desperately unfashionable mums. Twelve months on, the plain-speaking sartorial tsars return to scrutinise their protegees' wardrobes. Are the mothers still a la mode? Producer Lee Salisbury RT DIRECT: buy Trinny and Susannah's hardback What Your Clothes Say about You: How to Look Different, Act Different and Feel Different for only E18 (RRP E20) and the paperback What You Wear Can Change Your Life for £9.99. Prices includes p&p. Cheques. payable to [address removed] stating title required
3/6. The Silk Spinners. David Attenborough reveals the extraordinary uses to which insects put silk,
I from the protective stalks of lacewing eggs, to the hanging threads of glow-worms. Even arachnophobes will be charmed by wolf spiders spinning delicate capsules to carry their eggs and baby spiders floating up into the air on strands of silk.
Producer Bridget Appleby ; Series producer Mike Salisbury
www.bbc.co.uk/nature BBC Wildlife magazine: new edition out now. E
RT DIRECT: buy Life in the Undergrowth by David Attenborough for only E18 (RRP E20), and pre-order the DVD out on 12 December for E22.99 (incl p&p). Send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to [address removed]; call [number removed] quoting RT (landline calls 8p max per min); wwwjtdirectsparkledirecLcom
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
3/8. Chuck Close , Close Up. As a child, portrait painter Chuck Close was written off as a failure because his dyslexia remained undiagnosed. Then, in 1988, he was partially paralysed by a stroke. Undaunted by these hardships, he continued to paint and his latest work is on display at London's National Portrait Gallery. Alan Yentob meets the American artist in New York. Producer Bernadette O'Brien ; Series editor Janet Lee
Followed by National Lottery Update
r Eerie psychological thriller. Claire Cooper experiences disturbing dreams, including a child's death. But when her own daughter disappears, she fears her nightmares may well be awful premonitions. Review page 59.
Director Neil Jordan (1998,18)
Followed by Skiing Weather
V wan Thompson:
Det Jack Kay:
ONE life 5/7. Naked ramblers.
4/8. Islamic inspiration. (SD
8/13. The Orkney Islands.