With Dermot Murnaghan and Kate Silverton.
9/10. The runner-up in the poll for Britain's most desirable job is revealed. (5)
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore properties in Cornwall, Streatham and Wiltshire.
Producer Caroline Davidson FOllowed by News; Weather
Fourteen pomeranian dogs - and their owners - look for a new home in Congleton, Cheshire.
James Rylands and Mark Franks search for collectables in Cadaques, northern Spain. (S)
Followed by News; Weather
The team help a woman who suffers from a degenerative illness to raise E2,000 so she can upgrade her buggy to an all-terrain version. 6)
Boyd's aggression worries Steph, while Ned cheers up Katya.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Hanging On. Julia helps an elderly man to accept the death of his wife. Writer Colin Brake
For cast see page 30
Retribution 1/2. Dr Sloan threatens Mob boss Gordon Ganza and becomes a prime suspect when the gangster is killed. Concludes tomorrow.
Adventures with athletic hero Sportacus.
As the quest to defeat Nevar continues, the Lions must rebuild a stone circle by guessing what the Rune letters spell.
How to transform old envelopes into masterpieces.
Fun-packed and informative magazine.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
New series 1/8. Four general practitioners treat the public wherever they happen to be - in shopping centres, workplaces or on the bus - visiting a different city each week to offer reassurance and on-the-spot diagnoses. In Liverpool, they come across a suspected case of tuberculosis.
Director Jonathan Megson ; Series producer Sally Evans See page 53
Deano becomes an embarrassment to Bradley and Lydia when he attempts to drown his sorrows in the Vie. Writer Julia Honour This week's episodes produced by Jo Johnson and directed by Karl Neilson For cast see page 30
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Officers in Southampton use pioneering impairment testing and substance detection machines as they attempt to catch drivers on drugs.
Director/Producer Bruce Lippold
2/4. War Crimes 2/2. Deed discovers that the British soldier on trial in a war crimes case in the Hague is being sacrificed as part of the government's exit strategy. This leaves the judge facing a dilemma over whether to allow a miscarriage of justice to save the lives of many soldiers.
Writer/Producer GF Newman; Director Steve Kelly
Further cast on Tuesday
Private Dave Clark:
Major General Waters:
Sir Percy Thrower:
Mullah Al Sakka:
PC Stephen Ashurst:
Pie Dewi Jones:
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
David Dimbleby chairs the political debate from
Dartford, Kent, with panellists the Lord Chancellor, Charles Falconer, shadow chancellor George Osborne, former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy, historian David Starkey and ex-Labour minister Clare Short.
Executive producer Steve Anderson
Series editor Edward Havard
NOTE: panellists may change due to unforeseen circumstances
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Andrew Neil, MP Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo discuss political and parliamentary developments.
Repeated tomorrow at 5.15pm on BBC Parliament
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Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Holby City Shown on Tuesday at 8pm
1.25 Super Vets 6/10. Louis the dog undergoes life-saving surgery at the Royal Veterinary College.
1.55 Ever Wondered about Food? Fish dishes.
2.25 Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle Howard needs an emergency rescue.