The daily dose of real-life drama from the wards of Southampton General hospital. Presented by Shauna Lowry and Nick Knowles. (S) CONTACT: [address removed]for more details.
Followed by News; Weather (S) (W)
A Roedean house in East Sussex, with stunning sea views but a gloomy porch gets a facelift from Mark Evans and the design experts, who reveal how styling techniques and partitioning can transform the sense of space. (S)
Live coverage from the grass courts, as ladies' day continues. All eyes will be on defending women's champion Venus Williams , who was one of the undoubted stars of Wimbledon last year. Plus the best of the action from the outside courts, which are likely to have an upset or two in store. Presented by Sue Barker. (S) (W)
Carol Smillie reports from St Pete 's, Florida on the world's best beaches, Melanie Hill of Big Brother finds tranquility on Aruba in the Caribbean, Vanessa Feltz samples Center Pares, Longleat, and Kevin Duala explores Bodrum, Turkey. Claudia Winkleman challenges two more novice reporters to find a wheelchair-friendly holiday in the Italian lakes.
Series producer Karen Brown ; Executive producer John Comerford (s) (w) WEBSITE: www.holiday.beeb.com
DrTrueman tries to sort out the problems between Paul and their mother, and buys back the clock. Jim is distraught when Dot disappears and he realises he cannot cope. Written by Jeff Povey For cast see Thursday
Repeated on BBC Choice at 10pm (S) (W)
Lowri Turner , Nick Knowles and the team take on one of the biggest challenges ever undertaken on the show - fixing a lethal staircase. Plus, a bedroom that was once a bathroom, dangerous masonry and awkward bathroom noises.
Series producer Mark Bristow ; Executive producer Mark Hill (S) (W) WRITE TO: PO Box 198, Bristol, BS99 7RT, or access the website: www.bbc.co.uk/DIY SOS
Nick Ross puts speed-addict Kurt Dodge in the hands of a stunt team who set up a test to slow him down. Meanwhile, antiques dealer James Ryland who takes call after call on his mobile phone gets a surprise, and London-based Jeep owner Kelly Luchford swaps places with off-road afficionado Gary Lavin from Lancashire.
Series producer Jane Lomas : Executive producer Dick Colthurst (S) (W)
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The concluding part of last night's crime drama.
The Blind Beggar. Frankie learns that the skeleton and a priest may be related as both have Huntington's chorea. The hunt is on for the victim's mother and the killer.
For cast see Monday (S) (W)
Michael Buerk reports on the spectacular rescue of a lone sailor who clung to his vessel for three hours in colossal waves during a storm. There's also footage of a parachutist hitting a football stand at 70mph. Plus Dr Catherine Hood tests a Shrewsbury audience on their first-aid knowledge. Series producer Sara Feilden ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/health/
The series chronicling life in west London continues with Russian musician Olga and her daughter Oksana recording their demo CDs and editor Mat C facing his family's disapproval when he starts seeing ex-girifriend again.
Producer Jamie Isaacs : Series producer Ludo Graham (S)(W)
r Thriller starring Bo Derek as agoraphobic
Katherine Sullivan , who sees her husband murdered outside their house. The following day police deny any knowledge of the incident and at this point, Katherine hires a private detective Jack Mize to help her discover what really happened. Review page 52.
Director Paul Lynch (2000) (S)
Followed by Weatherview (W)
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