With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
A pride of lions is on the move, but they won't go quietly - and the elderly gorillas acquire a taste for TV. (Revised rpt)
A bungalow in Dorset, a first-floor flat in south-west London and a garage soon to become luxury flats in Stoke-on-Trent. Followed by News; Weather
A couple from Droitwich Spa,
Worcestershire seek a glamorous home in Birmingham city centre.
Good-value rarities are sought at Ardingly Fair, in West Sussex.
With Tim Wonnacott. IS) Followed by News; Weather
A ceramics collector needs cash to help buy driving lessons and a car for her daughter.
Regional News; Weather
Paul discovers Izzy's pill-popping. Lyn and Joe declare war on the Timmins family. Sky has to choose. Repeated at 5.35pm
Lost for Words. The much loved manager of a residential home is preparing to leave.
Writer Marc Peirson
The Phantom Killer. A manipulative media man meets his maker, but is a tough-talking literary agent to blame?
Mr Smart is producing Â£50 notes on a photocopier.
The evil mirror spirits strike.
3/15. See the human paintbrush at work and Kirsten get creative with sugar, plus a Charles Rennie Mackintosh-inspired design.
4/9. Talented young movers step up to strut their stuff in a bid to become dance-floor dazzlers.
Shown at 1.40pm
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. 8 Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
2/8. An Apache bus driver in south London gives the cowboys a run for their money, and two rookie drivers learn the hard way in the double-decker docusoap. Series producer Rachel Bliss ; Exec producer Nick O'Dwyer
Darren buys his girlfriend's affections with stolen cash. Writer Jaden Clark This week's episodes produced by Sue Butterworth and directed by Clive Arnold For cast see page 40
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
10/15. Tulkinghorn believes Lady Dedlock is in his power, and George faces financial ruin. Esther has a marriage proposal. More tomorrow at 8.30pm.
Dramatised by Andrew Davies ; Producer Nigel Stafford-Clark ; Director Susanna White More cast on Friday Repeated next Sunday Alison Graham 's review of the year: page 37; Anne Reid 's big break: page 37; Your weekly catch-up: page 40
Regional Variations (2)
The Queen's Cavalry
The surviving trainee riders - who've made it through one of the army's toughest courses - finally graduate. They parade in full ceremonial kit in front of their parents.
3/6. Roman gets a little more than he bargained for at a health spa, and Ting Tong has yet more secrets to divulge. Anthony Head, Rob Brydon and Derek Martin from EastEnders guest. Strong language. Director Declan Lowney; Producer Geoff Posner
Repeated next Tuesday on BBC3
Review of the year: p37; Herring aid for Little Britain: p 67
3/7. Wednesday. Howard prepares a celebratory CBE meal for Dick, but then has a visit from Uncle Fraser.
Writers/Directors/Producers Mark Bussell and Justin Sbresni Alison Graham 's review of the year: page 37
The Worst Week of My Life 9.30pm BBC1
Hapless Howard (Ben Miller) is on the run from the police - without his trousers - after the unfortunate misunderstanding at the end of last week's episode. Just as things seem to be sorting themselves out, Howard once again grabs that metaphorical spade and starts digging himself into an even deeper hole.
Still, there could be a happy outcome, as it seems the incident has put Howard on a more cordial footing with his icy father-in-law, Dick (Geoffrey Whitehead). But fear not, fans of this wonderful comedy of embarrassment: things are soon set to get considerably worse for Howard when he offers to host a celebratory barbecue in honour of Dick being awarded a CBE.
Throw in the arrival of closeted gay uncle Fraser (Ronald Pickup) and his "travelling companion" Gerard, and the stage is set for yet more watch-through-your-fingers mishaps. AG Alison Graham's review of the year: page 37
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
David Dimbleby leads the topical debate in Glasgow. Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Nick Pisani CONTACT: phone [number removed] (cost 25p), send a text to [number removed] or email via the website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime. Plus Ceefax page
11/13. Andrew Neil , Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott welcome writers John McCarthy and Ian Rankin , and John Simpson rounds up the political week. Producers Jessica Atkinson , Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald
Followed by Holiday Weather
Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm (SL)
1.05 Strutting Our Stuff 1/5. Am-dram antics. (SU
1.35 Hotel on Sea 5/8. A mystery weekend. (SL)
2.05 Road Rage School 7/8. Curing car craziness. (SUH
2.35 Mind Your Own Business A sweet shop. (SU