With Dermot Murnaghan and Kate Silverton.
How do Stephen and Nicola Cook find life in Sydney?
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore an old solicitor's office in Cheshire, a detached Property on a corner plot in Bolton and a dilapidated bungalow near Swindon. Followed by News; Weather
Jenny Powell and ian Blandford help a couple find their perfect home in Llandudno.
Angela Rippon takes contestants to European flea markets in search of antiques. Followed by News; Weather
A retired professional dancer wants to raise £1,500 so he can turn his Welsh holiday home into an eco-friendly property.
Pepper's father Steiger discovers some shocking news about Frazer. Repeated at 5.35pm
Wings and Needles. Jimmi conducts interviews with a series of attractive women to cover for Donna, while two newlyweds suffer from secret phobias. Writer Tim Sanders
For cast see page 37
Talked to Death. Three talk show hosts play bizarre pranks on each other, but one joke proves to have fatal consequences.
Sportacus urges Pixel to get more sleep.
The aliens contract a deadly illness.
The Wolves find their path blocked.
Mark Speight and Kirsten O'Brien find out why there are blue men on the streets.
Konnie and Andy join Eid celebrations in Oman.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Then Weather with Dan Corbett.
2/8. The GPs treat a fruit-market worker suffering from chronic dermatitis and a woman with badly infected ears when they visit Glasgow.
The Wicks family anxiously wait for news as an unconscious Deano lies in hospital. But who called Shirley? A guilty Max does his best to avoid Stacey. Writer Richard Lazarus This week's episodes produced by Tom Mullens and directed by Ed Bazalgette For cast see page 37 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
New series1/12. A private investor has promised to inject some cash into the school as the new term begins, but it's in return for a list of changes and a seat on the governing body. Izzie and Tom get a shock on their first day back at work.
Writers Maureen Chadwick and Ann McManus : Producer
Sue de Beauvoir; Director Barnaby Southcombe The Inside Story: page 98; Jill Halfpenny answers One Final Question: page
4/4. Deed makes more sinister finds when he delves deeper into why funding for the soldier to sue the pharmaceutical company was withdrawn. Then forces are put in place to stop him. See Tuesday's choice.
Further cast on Tuesday (HD)
Major Dick Colby:
PC Stephen Ashurst:
Dr David Liffe:
Supt Stephanie Gaghan:
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Susan Powell.
A panel of movers and shakers visits Northampton for more topical debate. David Dimbleby is in the chair. Exec producer Steve Anderson ; Series editor Edward Havard
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Panorama Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
12.55 Super Vets 7/10. A mystery illness threatens to kill Ellie the spaniel and her pups.
1.25 Children of Helen House 1/8. Daily life in Helen House in Oxford.
1.55 What I'd Really Like to Do Adrian Chiles spends the day as a singer.
2.40 Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle The team reach the final leg of their journey.