Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Will first-time buyers Ann and Pete find their ideal home in Hall Green, Birmingham?
More real-life medical dramas at Guy's and St Thomas '. followed by News; Weather
2/10. Dominic's new smoked-salmon business must compete with established firms at the local market. Can he survive?
See yesterday's choice. (5)
Sisters are doing it for themselves as two teams go shopping for bargains in Cumbria. FOllowed by News; Weather
Ivan and Dawn need E800 to buy an orthopaedic chair.
Ned returns to Ramsay Street, and Stu and Elle embrace.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Nobody Knows but Me. Jimmi helps a woman accused of being unfaithful by her sick boyfriend. Writer Nick King
For cast see page 36
7/10. Small Things. Simon and Natalie's domestic happiness is rocked by the arrival of a mouse. The Royle Family's Ralf Little stars alongside Emma Rydal.
Writer Melanie Martinez
In Kent. a Mexican-styled home is up for auction.
13/15. A look at rocket frogs and flying reptiles.
Continues Wed-Thu, 4.30pm.
Gethin visits Pixar to find out how console games are made, plus a preview of this summer's animated releases.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. news.bbc.co.uk Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs. (5)
New series 1/5. A sideways swipe at consumerism in which Penny Smith attempts to persuade die-hard spenders there are better and cheaper alternatives. Hannah believes she must spend £1,000 on a gym membership to get fit, but is there another way?
Executive producer Tanya Shaw
Little Mo is offered a job in Leeds - has she left it too late to declare her true feelings for Dr Oliver?
Writer Christopher Reason Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Games of Chance. An inquiry into a patient's death puts Nick and Diane's actions into question. Who will get the blame? The Bill's Todd Carty guest-stars.
Writer Peter Lloyd ; Producer Polly Williams ; Director
Jim Doyle www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity The Inside Story: page 90
3/8. Edinburgh mortuary technician Vicky examines a body so decomposed it's virtually unidentifiable.
Pest controllers Jim and David try to reduce the city's seagull population, and cockroaches overwhelm a council high-rise kitchen. Narrated by Arthur Smith. Series producer Jonny Young
The boys in blue must deal with deaths on the road.
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Isobel Lang.
With the 2006 final fast approaching on 20 May, join host Terry Wogan for a nostalgic trip through five decades of light-hearted pop and high camp. Relive the best (and worst) moments, from Abba's win in 1974 to the embarrassment suffered by Jemini in Latvia three years ago. This year's UK hopeful Daz Sampson will be performing his entry, Teenage Life. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Sarah Gibbs The semi-final can be seen live on BBC3 at 8pm on Thursday
Wogan's Euro wisdom, and Eurovision book offer: page 27
17/22. Lucky in Love. Allison's brother arrives in town and becomes involved with a con woman.
Thriller starring Patsy Kensit as cop Kelly Wheatstone, who investigates a grisly and complicated murder. Review page 58.
Director Clive Fleury (1994,18)
Followed by Weatherview
The Hairy Bikers' Cookbook
5/6. Si and Dave Do Mexico 1/2. The duo tackle hallucinogenic worms. (SL)
2.25 The Private Life of an Easter Masterpiece: The Last Supper
1/3 Da Vinci 's masterpiece.
3.15 Animal Park: Wild in Africa