With Dermot Murnaghan and Kate Silverton.
A student's parents want to invest in a property for him near Nottingham University.
Nadia Sawalha sees what's happening on the wards at Guy's and St Thomas ' hospitals. 6) Followed by News; Weather
A former hairdressing salon in Devon and a cottage in Derbyshire. (Revised repeat)
Jean Thacker hopes selling her collectables will pay for a girlie day out with her daughter. Followed by News; Weather
A Manchester family want to raise money to help them set up a goat farm in the country.
Lyn urges Gail to reunite with Paul. Repeated at 5.35pm
Dying Happy 1/2. George and Michelle are pleased a terminally ill patient's pain is under control until they find out why. The story concludes tomorrow at 2.05pm. Writer Dawn Harrison
For cast see page 36
Murder in the Family. A failed blackmail bid brings Dr Sloan in touch with the daughter he last saw eight years earlier.
Robbie turns Sportacus into a ten-year-old boy.
Corneil comes into an inheritance.
The pupils of Rephand Primary in Dumfries and Galloway play the action game.
The Caped Crusader has to stop an air balloon filled with Joker Gas.
3/14. When Vlad's mother Magda turns up at the castle, he warns his father not to take her back again.
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Can the staff at the Royal Veterinary College save the elderly reindeer, Camilla? And will Harry the cat survive his pioneering open-heart surgery?
Series producer Lisa MacHale ; Executive producer Jane Aldous
Honey is annoyed that Billy is checking up on her. Writer Jeff Povey This week's episodes produced by Jo Johnson and directed by Clive Arnold For cast see page 36
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2/5. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Mica Paris and Lisa Butcher meet 57 women coming to terms with their changed body shape following treatment. They also give fashion advice to 38-year-old Fiona, who is struggling to find pretty, feminine clothes since having a single mastectomy, and Diane, who sometimes wears her prosthesis since her mastectomy 15 years ago, but faced a clothing dilemma at her recent 50th birthday. Director/Producers Ceri Rowlands and Mike Taylor
3/6. Revolution. Once a largely democratic society with regular elections, the Roman Republic lasted for 500 years despite becoming increasingly corrupt. Until Tiberius Gracchus , appalled by the aristocrats' mistreatment of the poor and driven by his belief in the original noble ideals of the Republic, unleashed the power of the mob on the streets of Rome, destroying not only his enemies, but eventually the Republic itself.
Written, produced and directed by Christopher Spencer
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I Claudius continues the theme at llpm on BBC4; visit www.bbc.co.uk/history to play CDX. a mystery about a Roman cult
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In the week of the Conservative Party Conference in Bournemouth, Labour Party Chairwoman Hazel Blears , Liberal Democrat peer
Baroness Shirley Williams , and broadcaster and writer Ian Hislop visit the seaside town. David Dimbleby chairs the debate. Series editor Edward Havard ; Exec producer Steve Anderson (5)CONTACT: phone [number removed] (cost 25p), text [number removed] or email via the website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime. Plus Ceefax page NOTE: panellists may change owing to unforeseen circumstances
Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo analyse the latest political events.
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Panorama Sex Crimes and the Vatican. Is a secret church directive being used to silence victims of child sex abuse? Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
1.05 Equator 1/3. Africa. Simon Reeve begins his journey around the equator in oil-rich Gabon.
2.05 Vet Safari 7/7. Concluding the big-game series.
2.35 To Buy or Not to Buy In Yorkshire.