Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
A crocodile rescued from a Manchester shed undergoes surgery, while Dawn Avery in London tackles a dog owner about disciplining pets.
Matt Allwright and Beverley Turner present the daily consumer programme.
Series producer Rob Clare ; Executive
Producer Sarah Walmsley Followed by News; Weather
Knstian Digby and Ed Hall locate three properties in Birmingham for first-time buyers.
A woman and her father plan to go on holiday to relive one of their favourite pastimes, but first need to raise the money. Followed by News; Weather
Jwo married couples battle to find the best bargains at the Royal Welsh showground in Builth Wells.
Sky persuades Harold to tell Janelle the truth about Loris.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Baby Be Mine. Melody helps a Patient whose unplanned pregnancy may turn out to be good news. witer Lucy Blincoe
Dr Nick West:
Evidence of Malice. Jessica is called in to investigate the case of a deputy sheriff accused of murder.
Skunk has a mask stuck to his face. Followed by The Owl
Ross Lee is joined by Ben Major and the Serious gang.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Then Weather with Carol Kirkwood.
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley host the live show, with reporters uncovering stories across the UK. OLIVE MAGAZINE: the November issue has an interview with reporter Hardeep Singh Kohli. On sale 3 October, priced E3.20
Kevin, Denise and Shirley try to keep Deano's disappearance from Chelsea.
Writer Julia Gilbert This week's episodes are produced by Tom Mullens and directed by Richard Platt Rptd at 10pm on BBC3
6/6. Lisa Butcher and Mica Paris help two women face the taboo of the "F" word - 50. Both in their late 40s, Lynn is still clinging to the clothes of her youth, while Margaret hides insecurities about her height after being bullied as a child. Will they be shown that turning 50 can mean a new lease of life? Series producer Donna McLaughlin
5/7. Actor and impressionist Alistair McGowan has always been proud of his Scottish roots, but his curiosity about his distinctly un-Celtic colouring of dark skin and eyes prompts a journey to uncover the truth about his origins. Although his father was born in Calcutta, he's never suspected that his ancestry might include Indian blood, but a trip to the subcontinent reveals that several generations of the McGowan's were of Anglo-Indian descent. Director Sue Hills ; Series producer Lucy Carter www.bbcwhodoyouthinkyouare.com (HD) WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? MAGAZINE: the first issue is on sale now, price £4.25
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Video and audio news, plus summaries, available at www.bbc.co.uk/news
Topical debate, chaired by David Dimbleby.
Exec producer Steve Anderson : Series editor Edward Havard
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Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo discuss political and parliamentary developments.
Producer Vicky Flind : 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? 2/7. John Hurt goes in search of his ancestral history.
1.55 Tribe 5/6. The isolated Layap people.