Presented by Kate Silverton and BillTurnbull.
A couple who have lived in Oxfordshire for 40 years find the Perfect property for their relocation to Gateshead.
9/10. Matt Baker and Melissa Porter visit Castle Drogo. Followed by News; Weather
A couple who are keen to find a Property in Derbyshire's Peak
District. (Revised RptXS)
Tim Wonnacott visits the grounds of Rockingham Castle in Leicestershire. Followed by News; Weather
A man sells unwanted possessions to treat his friends to a day at the races.
Paul struggles to put together the fragments of his lost life.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Flying Solo. Melody has a traumatic first day doing house calls. Julia arranges for Melody and Liam to go out for a drink.
Writer Dawn Harrison
Dr Joe Fenton:
Dr Melody Bell:
Bedtime Stories. Jared tries to get over his ordeal.
Lucien takes care of a plant.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
A giant worm wreaks havoc.
4/10. Learning how to slaughter chickens.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Then Weather with Carol Kirkwood.
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley present the live show, with Hardeep Singh Kohli , Dan Snow and Ellie Harrison uncovering topical stories across the UK.
Editor Doug Carnegie
Deano and Chelsea fear for their lives, relations worsen between Ian and Lucy, and a nasty surprise awaits Peggy as she returns home to the Square.
Writer Alison Fisher This week's episodes are produced by Radford Neville and directed by Michael Keillor
More cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
1/8. Fashion experts Lisa Butcher and Mica Paris meet a series of identical twins whose friends and families wish they would stop dressing alike and develop stronger identities as individuals. Unable to choose one pair to makeover. Lisa and Mica instead pick one twin from two different sets. How will the chosen two fare without their sisters by their side, and what will be the reaction of their twins when they see their siblings transformed? The results are a gripping insight into the special bond between twins.
The Inside Story: page 100
The Inside Story: "It's not just a makeover, it's much deeper than that," says Mica Paris, who co-presents the new series of What Not To Wear (8.00pm BBC1). "We become immersed in the lives of these people. We're working with them and hanging out together for three or four months. You see less than an hour of it. We spend an hour-and-a-half talking to people individually on the therapy couch alone - you probably only see one minute of that in the show. It can only work when it's done in depth. You can't fake that sort of transformation. The clothes are just the cherry on the cake."
Lifestyle: What Not to Wear 8.00pm BBC1
Mica Paris and Lisa Butcher dip their well-pedicured toes into an area that's usually the province of someone like Professor Robert Winston: identical twins. After sifting through countless female twins, all of whom are dressed in the same boring, bland way as their sister (or have "been tauped" as Lisa puts it), they pick one woman from two sets of twins to make over.
It's a dangerous idea to separate siblings that are so close they finish each other's sentences (although one suspects their flinty ITV1 counterparts, Trinny and Susannah, would have no qualms about it) and, for a while, the experiment looks likely to go the way of the typical British woman's figure-pear-shaped. Of course, both the Eliza Doolittles end up looking like My Fair Ladies (and even the twins left behind get a bit of a makeover), which is remarkable considering some of the ghastly outfits Mica and Lisa sport. (JR)
For the past 17 months, an undercover BBC team has been operating alongside hard-core dogfighting gangs in the UK and Europe, capturing the savagery of organised dogfights on camera. This programme also reveals how illegal American pitbull terriers have been sold into inner city Britain, and uncovers a grim list of children who have been mauled by the breed. Producer Andrew Bell : Editor Sandy Smith
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
3/6. Mum gets stuck in traffic with the children while Dad finds himself in trouble after making an ill-advised joke. See Tuesday's choice.
Writers Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin ; Executive producer
Jon Rolph For cast see Tuesday
Glossy romantic comedy starring Chris O'Donnell and Renee Zellweger. A confirmed bachelor discovers that he will inherit$100 million if he marries before his 30th birthday. Review page 45. Director Gary Sinyor (1999, 12) Followed by Holiday Weather
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
0:45: Weekend "Nazis": Shown Monday at 8.30pm
1:15: Saira Khan's Pakistan Adventure: 2/2. Lahore.
2:15: Cooking in the Danger Zone: 3/5. How people feed themselves in war-torn areas.
3:15: How to Live Longer: 5/5. A chain-smoking, binge-drinking career girl turns her life around.