Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Dominic Littlewood investigates dream weddings abroad and comes to the aid of a man who wants to improve his skills of negotiation.
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts visit a Plymouth water tower, a mid-terrace in Stoke and a house in London that offers a few surprises. The pair then find out how much the houses sell for at auction and discover what changes the prospective buyers plan to make to their new properties. followed by News; Weather
Potential buyers get the chance to try out homes by spending time in them before deciding whether to make an offer.
A woman hopes to raise E150 for lessons in gardening by clearing out the clutter she has amassed through 30 years of car-boot-sale shopping. Followed by News; Weather
Paul Hayes helps a woman clear the clutter from her home to raise money for dog training. Presented by Angus Purden.
Coverage from the All England
Club of what should be (weather Permitting) an afternoon of men's and ladies' second-round singles games. It was at this stage last year that Tim Henman fell under Roger Federer 's spell, losing in straight sets to the number one seed, while number two seed Rafael Nadal had to recover from losing the first two sets before going on to beat American
Robert Kendrick. With commentary from the team of Tracy Austin , Chris Bradnam ,
Andrew Castle , Jimmy Connors , John Lloyd , John McEnroe , David Mercer ,
Martina Navratilova , Simon Reed and Greg Rusedski.
Digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from coverage of up to five live matches, plus extra features, via the red button. Freeview viewers can watch action from two additional courts. Also available at www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
5/10. Carol Thatcher : Saving Albatross. Carol Thatcher visits the Falkland Islands where she meets some black-browed albatrosses. See Monday's choice. Producer Martin Pailthorpe ; Series producer Lucy Bowden
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Max's return causes problems for Bradley.
Writer Stephen Keyworth This week's episodes are produced by Paul Annett and directed by Michael Owen Morris
For cast see Tuesday/Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Omnibus next Sunday
Chrissie has to decide whether to continue her protest or tend to a patient. [web address removed]
New series 1/6. Dark comedy drama series from writer Debbie Horsfield , starring Dervla Kirwan. Nita McKinnon 's property development plans set off a series of events that reunite her dysfunctional family, who went their separate ways after a dramatic night at a funeral 20 years ago.
Producer Marcus Wilson Director Jeremy Webb The inside Story: page 114; Get the lowdown with RT's programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/true-dare-kiss
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather With Darren Bett
David Dimbleby subjects this week's panel to some probing questions in Croydon. Surrey.
Exec producer Steve Anderson ; Series editor Edward Havard
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Political and parliamentary developments.
Producer Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald Followed by Holiday Weather
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Panorama Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
12.55 Jonathan Meades: Abroad Again 4/5. The writer explores the creation of garden cities.
1.45 Peter and Dan Snow: 20th Century Battlefields
2/8. An account of the Battle of Midway.
2.45 Trawlermen 5/5. Jimmy fears for his crew