Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Kate Silverton. IS)
Dominic Littlewood and Melissa Porter have £600,000 to play with as they hunt for a period property in Worcestershire.
A three-bed terrace house in Liverpool and a cosy Victorian property in London. (5) FOllowed by News; Weather
3/10. Pete Clark 's outbursts are ruining his health and hurting his loved ones. Can Saira Khan and Dr Alan Watkins help?
A Portuguese family hope to convert their collection of vintage alcohol into cash for a new car. Followed by News; Weather
Two pairs of psychics hope their heightened senses will lead them to profit-making glory. With Tim Wonnacott.
Robert continues scheming, and Izzy asks Gail to move in. Repeated at 5.35pm
Daddy Cool. After a young woman has a bad asthma attack, Greg tries to persuade her overbearing parents to treat her like an adult. Jimmi's nephew comes to stay. Writer Chris Boiling
For cast see page 25
Love Is Murder. A seductive murderer sets her sights on Steve Sloan.
Angela's pet parrot turns out to be a cursed magician, and the park keeper is acting strangely.
Manchester and Newcastle do battle.
3/10. The children bathe outdoors, battle homesickness and are taught a lesson about the birds and the bees.
Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
A report from wildlife expert Kate Humble , plus medical revelations from the street doctors in Manchester.
Hosted by Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha.
Then News Headlines from the Nations and Regions
How to Ignite Your Errand Boy. Arkwright believes he can increase profits by selling home-made firelighters. Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Better the Devil You Know. Abra clashes with Ric and offers a terminally ill patient an illegal transplant.
Writer Paul Coates : Producer Oliver Kent ; Director John Greening For more cast see yesterday www.bbc.co.uk/holby
1/8. The series that reignited the nation's passion for genealogy moves to BBC1. In episode one, Barbara Windsor traces her maternal grandfather to the East London Docks and discovers that his mother, her great-grandmother, was a matchgirl at the Bryant & May factory. But Barbara's forebears can also be found farther afield: her mother's ancestors were Irish and her father's family hails from Suffolk. It is there that Barbara receives her biggest surprise - she is distantly related to the painter John Constable. Director Sue Hills ; Series producer Lucy Carter
Repeated next Tuesday on BBC2 Robert Lindsay traces his roots: page 14
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett. <s)
England's bid to qualify for Euro 2008 continues with a tricky trip to eastern Europe, where they face their old sparring partners FYR Macedonia - a team who proved tough opponents during qualifying for Euro 2004. Gary Lineker introduces the highlights, with Alan Hansen and Alan Shearer. Commentary by Jonathan Pearce and Mark Lawrenson. <s)
Then National Lottery Update
Bittersweet drama starring Om Puri and Rachel Griffiths. Bradford taxi driver Parvez, originally from Pakistan, embraces the British way of life. His son Farid is due to marry an English girl, but Parvez is stunned when Farid decides instead to become a strict Muslim. Review page 44. Director Udayan Prasad (1997, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Dalziel & Pascoe 1/4. The Cave Woman 1/2. The duo investigate a grisly case. See Sunday choice.
2.15 Dawn French's Girls Who Do: Comedy 3/3. Personas, heckling - and is being a comedian a "proper job"?
2.45 Francesco's Italy: Top to Toe 4/4. The Land of My
Mother. Easter celebrations see streets running red with celebrants' blood. Contains disturbing scenes.
3.45 Fred Dibnah 's World of Steam, Steel and Stone 5/12
How Fred passed on his zeal for the Victorian era.