In a week of specially extended programmes, Dermot Mumaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky are joined by Rosie Millard , who reports live from Hollywood on preparations for the Oscars. Including 6.00, 7.00, 8.00 news with Moira Stuart (Mon-Wed), Kate Sanderson (Thu), Luisa Baldini (Fri);
6.15, 6.45, 7.50 business news with Declan Curry ; 6.25, 6.53,
7.15, 7.53, 8.15, 8.55 weather with Carol Kirkwood ; 6.27,6.55, 7.28,
7.55, 8.28, 8.55 regional news, travel; 6.35, 7.35, 8.35 sport.
Editor Richard Porter Natasha Kaplinsky 's Rant: page 13
Discussion show. Take every night before bedtime: pl8 Followed by News; Weather
The weekday lifestyle show decamps to the countryside for a new series. Today a stunning new look for a lounge. With
Mark Evans and Clare Balding. Followed by News; Weather
Jake Robinson and Gavin Lowe complete a half-built kitchen.
The property show opens its new run in Glasgow, where Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan spruce up a flat. Followed by News; Weather
Two teams search for a snip at Detling fair. Kent.
First of a new series in which Nicki Chapman meets British ex-pats who have made new lives in Florida.
Taj's ex-girlfriend turns up.
Repeated at 5.35pm
A couple sell some of their antiques to buy a leather sofa.
Sins of the Father (parti). A woman is assassinated. Part two is tomorrow.
Repeated tomorrow 9.40am on BBC2
Mona the Vampire
Mona goes on a night mission.
4.05 The Cramp Twins
Mari doesn't want her photo taken.
4.20 The Make Shift
Featuring edible brain food.
Lucy has a nightmare.
5.00 Blue Peter
Including a Faberge egg-designing competition.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.20am on BBC2)
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
London and the Home
Counties, with Emily Maitlis. Editor Sandy Smith
For Sussex and Kent, with Giles Dilnot and Beverley Thompson. Editor Rod Beards
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: satellite viewers see note on left
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.
In tonight's edition of this nightly series following the biggest ever scientific study of weight loss, the dieters discover that alcohol is their stumbling block. Lisa thinks she's allowed 24 vodkas on a night out, Andy is desperate for a beer, while Julia and Paul Barrett think it's party time - but pay the price for overindulging. With Eamonn Holmes. www.bbc.co.uk/diettrials
Fiona Bruce presents the current-affairs series that uncovers events behind the headlines.
Editor Dave Stanford : Series producer Mike Lewis
Reconciled at the hospital, Roy and Pat make plans for the future. Episode written by Andrew Taft For cast see Thursday Episode written by Andrew Taft For cast see Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Alison Graham's Soap & Flannel: page 36
EastEnders 8.00pm BBC1
Son Barry Evans ran over quickly to Dr Trueman as he checked Barry's father Roy Evans (Tony Caunter)'s pulse and reveals that he is still alive but may have passed out after having a massive heart attack. The ambulance arrives already and takes an unconscious Roy to the hospital, Barry goes with him but wants Pat to leave them alone for good. Billy Mitchell, Little Mo, Ian Beale and Laura Beale were concerned for Pat as they find out about Roy's heart attack. Ian and Laura help her. At the Queen Vic pub, Alfie and Spencer decorated for St Patrick's Day celebrations when they are grateful about Nana Moon's song. Patrick tells Jim Branning (John Bardon) about son Paul looking after baby Eleanor, Jim comforts him. They then take advantage of Nana's celebrations when they arrive at the Vic for a surprise. Peggy is stunned when son Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) confesses that Lisa had left for Portugal and has taken baby Louise with her so that Phil could stay away. As DI Price leaves the house, Kate grows angry at Phil and ignores him about lying to Peggy about Lisa's real murder.
Meanwhile over at the hospital, Barry is upset when Dr Pierson tells him about Roy's health condition and reveals that he might have not long left to live with his heart problem. Pat turns up, Barry tells her to leave before barging into the room and sits with Roy at his bedside, he wakes up and believes that Pat isn't lying to him about the affair. Roy says to her, "You always loved Frank more than me" and Pat believes that she hates Frank and loves Roy even better. Meanwhile, he wants to talk to Barry. Barry then steps in and is devastated when Roy tells him that it is his final time of dying. Barry breaks down in his arms and takes his anger out on Pat as he leaves the hospital emotionally.
DI Dominic Price:
Little Mo Mitchell:
Dr Anthony Trueman:
rln the Presence of the Enemy. The kidnap of the secret love child of a Labour MP and a Tory tabloid editor provides Lynley and Havers with their most politically sensitive case in the second of four new mystery dramas.
Written by Francesca Brill ; Producer Ruth Baumgarten ; Director Brian Stirner www.bbc.co.uk/drama
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.
Live comedy and celebrity chat from Dublin.
Producer Rob Baker www.bbc.co.uk/patrickkielty
A look ahead to the drama and glamour of next week's 75th Academy Awards, plus an interview with Pierce Brosnan , star and producer of Evelyn.
Producer Hans Petch ; Series producer Tom Webber 75 Years of the Academy Awards: the Unofficial Historyis tomorrow at 10.35pm
Output from the digital channel. Ends 1.15.
Burn It In episode six of the drama, a protective Carl takes Andy under his wing. Shown last Tuesday
12.10 Body Hits How the human brain contains a pharmacy of potent drugs that provides a natural high. Shown yesterday
12.40 Liquid News Highlights from BBC3's entertainment news show, hosted by Claudia Winkleman and Colin Paterson. Followed by Weatherview
Teen drama, continuing the Oscar
75 season, starring Shannen Doherty. A high school student becomes involved with a rebel biker. Review page 50.
Director William Friedkin (1994, 18) Paper Moon is showing in the Oscar 75 season tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC2