With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
3/10. Is a 14-year-old runaway being bullied?
A dilapidated terrace in Manchester; stylistic confusion in Kent and a one-bed flat in Brighton. Followed by News; Weather
Scouring the stalls at an antiques fair in Lincolnshire. Followed by News; Weather
Will some family antiques fund a speed-dating night?
8/10. The numbers quiz with a general knowledge twist.
Zeke unwittingly fuels Bree's crush Repeated at 5.35pm
The Truth Is in There. An employee exposes a deceitful manager.
Writer Jeremy Hylton Davies
WPC Shelley Bateson:
Deadly Assets. Mob money goes missing after a revenge robbery. First shown on ITV
A mayoral visit.
Double bill of fang-bearing fun.
The gang capture a powerful orb.
Creating foil fish and a giant postcard.
Cat show winners and Christmas cookery.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
4/6. Endless takeaways, non-stop TV, insufficient sleep and parents with 30-a-day cigarette habits: no wonder the future's gloomy for Bradley, 10, and Joe, 5. Can Kris Murrin help the Hammond family turn things around? Producer Jamie Matson ; 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
4/4. Mr Commitment. The last time Trinny and Susannah met Lynne and Lisa, the two women were in search of their ideal men. Have the style gurus' tips on sartorial seductiveness borne fruit?
Producer Mike Matthews ; Series producer Kirsty Hanson 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 C18 (RRP t20) and the paperback What You Wear Can Change Your Life for E999. Prices include p&p. Cheques, payable to [address removed]. stating title required
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4/6. Intimate Relations. The bullying botfly, which uses smaller flies as couriers; a covert caterpillar that infiltrates ants' nests; and a ruthless wasp that lays its eggs inside the same caterpillar's body -
David Attenborough explores a host of fascinating invertebrate relationships, and discovers that sometimes the parasite can become the parasitised. Producer Stephen Dunleavy ; Series producer Mike Salisbury BBC Wildlife magazine: new edition out now, £3.10
RT DIRECT: buy David Attenborough 's book Life in the Undergrowth for only £18 (RRP £20). 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) wwwrtdirectsparkledirectcom
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
4/8. Rhythm Is It! Can art change lives? Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra believe so - but can they convince 250 underprivileged teenagers from suburban Berlin? The aim is to stage Stravinsky's Le Sacre du Printemps, and Royston Maldoom is the British choreographer who must persuade the reluctant youngsters to get their steps up to performance standard. Alan Yentob presents. Directors Thomas Grube and Enrique Sanchez Lansch
Series editor Janet Lee
Followed by National Lottery Update
Poignant comedy drama, set at the height of the Troubles in 1972, starring Julie Walters. A Belfast mother of four's neighbour is killed by a stray bullet, and her subsequent crusade to end the armed struggle brings her to the attention of both the IRA and the British Government. Review page 53.
Director Roger Michell (1998, 15)
Followed by Skiing Weather
ONE life 6/7. A 33-year-old man who has not yet reached puberty.
2.05 Garden School 5/8. Creating an entry for London's
Urban Garden Show.
2.35 Coast 10/13. Berwick to Whitby.
3.35 Britain's Streets of Booze 4/5. Assessing the causes of underaqe drinking.