With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Sharon Hilditch and Chris Gorman try to reverse the fortunes of a designer clothes shop.
Featuring a house in Devon with a nasty surprise, a 1930s Essex semi, and a Lancashire cottage. Followed by News; Weather
Two property hunters explore the former Moroccan hippy haunt of Chefchauen.
Will the sale of unwanted toys buy a bird-watching enthusiast a digital camera? Followed by News; Weather
Two teams from the same group of singers compete at an antiques fair in the grounds of Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire.
Regional News; Weather
Stuart narrowly prevents Dylan from committing murder.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Young Mothers Do Have 'Em Greg finds himself helping a petty criminal with his love life. Writer Damien Fitzsimmons
For cast see page 37
Mr Monk and the Earthquake An opportunity arises for a woman to commit a seemingly perfect crime.
The Brain hatches his latest plan.
Stock car mayhem.
Alex and Alison's friendship is put to the test. Baz saves Holly's life.
Gethin visits his home town of Cardiff to meet old friends and learn about coal mining - but has he got what it takes to survive a training session with a professional rugby squad?
Shown at 1.40pm
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. 97 Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
3/8. Chart-topping trio Sugababes perform their new single Red Dress before engaging in pop-star chat, while uber-chef Gordon Ramsay - fiery star of Hell's Kitchen, The F-Word and Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, currently showing on Tuesdays on Channel 4 - joins the fray alongside celebrated comedy actor Neil Morrissey. Plus music from California rock band Orson. Series producer Sarah Proctor ; Executive producers Bea Ballard and Danny Dignan
Neil Morrissey is one of the Men Behaving Badly at 11.10pm
England v Uruguay
Gary Lineker presents live coverage from Anfield
(kick-off 8.05), as England continue preparations for the World Cup finals with a friendly against Uruguay.
The South American team came very close to qualifying for Germany, and Sven-Goran Eriksson will hope their style of play poses a similar challenge to England's first Group B opponents, Paraguay, whom they meet on 10 June. The danger men are likely to be Alvaro Recoba , Marcelo Zalayeta and Pablo Garcia , who all ply their trade for top Italian and Spanish clubs. Following his side's thrilling win over Argentina last November, this friendly match - which is also England's last game outside London before
Wembley Stadium re-opens - represents Eriksson's last chance to assess his players before naming his World Cup squad. Commentary by John Motson.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
A visit to the dentist triggers a catastrophic chain of events.
Gary's attempts to seduce one of Tony's friends is jeopardised by an unexpected visit.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Life-affirming romantic drama starring Gerard Butler , Valerie Edmond and James Cosmo. When Sarah is diagnosed with terminal cancer, she abandons the New York high fife and returns to Northumberland, where she breaks the news to her widower father and former boyfriend - who, although now married, agrees to spend time with her Review page 54
Director Vadim Jean (1999, 12)
Followed by Skiing Weather
Life in the Undergrowth 4/5. A bullying botfly, a covert caterpillar and a ruthless wasp.
2.25 Tales from the Palaces 7/10. How far should the managers go to attract more visitors?
2.55 Beat the Bailiff 4/10. Advice for those staring into the financial abyss.
3.40 How to Live Longer 4/10. An ex-athiete must change his kebab-and-lager diet.
Natural history series. David Attenborough looks at the complex alliances and partnerships tiny creatures form between each other and with plants. Show more
With visitor numbers down, there is talk about introducing attractions, like ice rinks - but is it inappropriate? A ghost is caught on CCTV.