Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
The team attempt to rehouse a 13-year-old border collie. Elsewhere, presenter Tom Heap helps a fox stuck in a shed.
Potential properties in Kent. Plymouth and London.
Series producer Caroline Davidson
Exec producer Melanie Eriksen Followed by News; Weather
Jenny Powell and Ian Blandford help a mother and daughter find a home in Droitwich.
Two teams sell the mystery contents of a suitcase. Followed by News; Weather
A woman hopes to raise £1,000 to start a business teaching a Chinese exercise technique.
Janelle's long-lost daughter returns and Sky is shocked to discover Harold knows the Timmins family secret.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Bad Boys. Julia gets embroiled with an old friend who has taken the law into his own hands.
Writers Michael Chappell and Richard Stevens
Murder in Tempo. Foul play disrupts preparations for a charity rock concert.
Ross Lee presents classic TV clips.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne.
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley host the live show, with reporters uncovering stories across the UK.
Stacey is dismayed by Bradley's choice of best man.
Writer James Payne This week's episodes are produced by Jo Johnson and directed by Karl Neilson Rptd at 10pm on BBC3
5/8. Mica Paris and Lisa Butcher meet two businesswomen whose lack of dress sense is jeopardising their careers. Horse trainer and stables owner Rosie wants to expand her mini empire, but her lackadaisical attitude to hygiene and wardrobe full of secondhand cast-offs means potential clients aren't taking her seriously. Elsewhere, 35-year-old
Deborah's penchant for 1980s-style shoulder pads is hindering the development of her virtual PA company. Director/Producer Kitty Walshe
4/7. Carol Vorderman goes in search of the truth behind a photograph in which her great-grandfather
- Daniel Davies appeared alongside a woman who was, according to family myth, Queen Victoria. She then heads to Holland to hear of her once-estranged father's experiences during the Second World War, before receiving bad news from home.
Director Stuart Elliott ; Series producer Mark Ball (HD) BBC MAGAZINES: the first issue of Who Do You Think You Are? goes on sale 25 September, price £4.25; plus the September issue of History Magazine includes a feature on family history, price r3.60
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
Debate from Poole, possibly with a panel of guests from the Labour Party conference in nearby Bournemouth.
Exec producer Steve Anderson ; Series editor Edward Havard
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Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo discuss political issues from the past seven days.
Director Claire Bellis ; Editor Jamie Donald
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Panorama Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
12.55 Who Do You Think You Are? 1/7. Natasha Kaplinsky traces her ancestry across the world.
1.55 Tribe 4/6. The Akie people of Tanzania.
2.55 Crisis on Jimmy's Farm 4/4. The accountants tell
Jimmy the business is finished.
3.55 Nigella Express 3/13. Speedy Italian food.
4.25 Ever Wondered about Food? 4/6. Bananas.