Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
A family search for a home in Manchester's suburbs.
A couple from south London look for a home in Lincolnshire.
Followed by News; Weather
A two-bedroom terraced home with great views in east London and 29 acres of land and a beautiful farm in Somerset.
The Chase family from Leigh-on-Sea raise money for a memorial garden and a hot tub. Followed by News; Weather
Two teams look to make a profit at a fair in Swinderby.
Happy Returns. Melody helps a young army deserter face his fears.
Writer Chris Boiling
Dr Melody Bell:
Mr Monk and the Employee of the Month. A conscientious sales assistant at a department store is killed by a falling TV.
Dinner with the General. Leclerc and Rene plot to blow open the safe in Lt Gruber's bedroom.
Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
DW has an attack of the hiccups.
The gang encounter a malevolent mummy in Egypt.
More art tips.
(Revised rpt from Sunday 8.30am BBC2)
Konnie makes a cameo appearance on Robin Hood, plus a world record attempt.
Catch the best bits of the week's show. Details at [web address removed]
Lisa wants to start afresh in sunny Portugal. (Revised rpt)
With George Alagiah.
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley present.
Executive producer Tessa Finch ; Editor Doug Carnegie
4/5. Children answer questions on the Titanic, Tiger Woods, crocodilians and William Wilberforce. The final is on Friday at 7.30pm.
2/5. Fagin is promised a handsome payment by Monks if he brings about Oliver's death. Sikes enlists Oliver to assist him in a burglary, leaving Dodger to feel aggrieved that he hasn't been chosen. A dying Sally asks for Mrs Corney so she can unburden herself.
(The next episode can be seen tomorrow at 8pm)
(More cast on Tuesday)
Timothy Spall's Big Break: page
My Big Break
Name: Timothy Spall Age: 50 First Big Break: The Brylcreem Boys
"Contrary to popular belief my big break wasn't as Barry in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet! I did a show just before I left drama school called The Brylcreem Boys. It was my first proper TV part, about RAF pilots from the war who'd been on too many bombing raids and had gone nuts and were in an asylum. They re-enacted bombing operations in their ward - it was funny and bloody difficult, because these guys had all been through it. The director was Roger Bamford, and when they were having difficulty trying to find the right actor to play Barry he remembered me and called me in."
Timothy Spall is in Oliver Twist (8.00pm BBC1)
Drama: Oliver Twist 8.00pm BBC1
For such a young lad, unfortunate urchin Oliver Twist has an awful lot of enemies. In the second part of Sarah Phelps's dramatisation, Oliver (William Miller) has seen his one chance of happiness snatched after he's abducted from his comfortable new home by wicked Bill Sikes (a creepily malevolent turn from Tom Hardy).
But it's not just the ragged underworld that has it in for Oliver - the well-dressed and charming Monks (Julian Rhind-Tutt) also has his reasons for wishing the boy harm. We can only hope that Oliver's only friend, Nancy (Sophie Okonedo), will help him in his hour of need.
Oliver Twist's remaining 30-minute episodes run nightly until the weekend.
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Into the Void. The team struggle to cope in the aftermath of the attacks Elliot's world falls apart.
Writer Tony McHale ; Producers Barbara Emile and Diana Kyle
Director Rob Evans [web address removed]
Inspector Peter Kelly:
4/6. Caught in the Act. How are the police coping with escalating car crime in Manchester?
Series producer Fiona Inskip ; Exec producer Matt Holden
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Jay Wynne.
Following Laura, an out-of-control 15-year-old, who has run away more than 150 times in the last two years. Part of the BBC's Hard Christmas campaign.
Director Julian Stovell ; Executive producer Katie Bailiff Hard Christmas continues with Skint, tomorrow at 10.45pm Followed by National Lottery Update
Baseball comedy starring Bernie Mac. A retired superstar player returns to the game at the age of 47 in order to break a record. Review page 52.
Director Charles Stone 111 (2004,12)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
(Shown on Sunday at 8pm)
2.15 The 800 Million Pound Railway Station
3/6. Engineers race to finish the station.
2.45 Earth: the Power of the Planet
(Shown yesterday at 9pm on BBC2)
3.45 Rogue Traders
5/8. Dodgy car dealers.