Designer Brigid Calderhead takes on an invasion of moths when she designs a wardrobe for a loft space. Elaine Walker shows how a couple with a passion for car-boot sales and skip-raiding can put their hoard to use when she creates a country-style bedroom. (S)
Continued live coverage from the ladies' quarter-finals. The pick of the clashes from last year saw top-seed Martina Hingis take on fifth-ranked Venus Williams. The match provided a showcase for Hingis's tactical acumen, but it was Williams's athleticism and power that prevailed. Elsewhere, Martina Navratilova rolled back the years to reach the last eight of the doubles. (S) (W)
Carol Smillie reports from Blackpool, where she provides the ultimate guide to the UK's top tourist destination.
Breakfast presenter Darren Jordon returns to explore his roots in Jamaica, Christine Hamilton visits the Italian spa island of Ischia, and the residents of Barcelona give an insider's guide to the best sights of the Spanish city.
Series producer Karen Brown ; Executive producer John Comerford A repeat from the series is showing with sign language tomorrow at 2.40am (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.holiday.beeb.com
An evening out ends in disaster for Mark, while Anthony's brother Paul refuses to relax his demands. Terry's night with Margaret is a success - despite Janine's efforts. Written by Julie Wassmer For cast see Thursday
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Lowri Turner , Nick Knowles and the team visit Pontefract in West Yorkshire to help a couple whose living room is in dire need of attention after an attack with a jack hammer. Series producer Mark Bristow ; Executive producer Mark Hill (S) (W) WRITE TO: PO Box 198, Bristol, BS99 7RT; Website: www.bbc.co.uk/diysos
Nick Ross finds himself caught in the middle of a sibling dispute - Zoe hates the way her twin sister drives but Judy complains that Zoe's constant nagging turns her into a nervous wreck on the road. Meanwhile, a pizza-delivery boy claims to be the best in Britain, but how will he cope when asked to deliver a pizza to Ross - in Rome? Cameras also follow a cyclist as he tries to stay safe on the roads.
Series producer Jane Lomas : Executive producer Dick Colthurst (S) (W)
The conclusion of the two-part Crime Double drama.
A Simple Sacrifice. Boyd and the team are now doubtful that Annie Keel committed the murders, so why did she confess and what has happened to her son, who was present on the night in 1975 when the crimes took place? For cast and credits see Monday (S) (W) The real-life team who won't let you get away with murder page 36
More gripping stories of escape from danger, including a man and his son who were rescued by helicopter after spending three days in arctic conditions in the Cairngorms. Plus a man who survived an attack by a swarm of wasps that gave him over 400 stings, and a mother left dangling from a ferris wheel. Presented by Michael Buerk.
Series producer Sara Feilden ; Executive producer Dick Coithurst (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/health/
The series chronicling life in west London continues as recovering heroin addict Robin prepares to give his first poetry reading. New inhabitant Ian runs one of Notting Hill Carnival's participating companies but, with only a week to go, he is still awaiting his costumes from Trinidad.
Producer Ruppert Gabriel ; Series producer Ludo Graham (S) (W)
Thriller. A woman starts a new life in another town after being raped. But then her attacker is released and seeks vengeance in a most insidious manner. Review page 46. Director Fred Walton (1992) (S)
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