With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Daily Play
Topical discussion. Followed by News; Weather
A car graveyard is replaced with a formal garden.
A selection of saris provides inspiration in a Northampton home. Followed by News; Weather
A property receives an uplift to entice a buyer.
A city apartment and a coastal home are among the properties on offer in Bristol. Followed by News; Weather
Taplow, Buckinghamshire, hosts the boot sale show.
Two teams of enthusiastic hagglers scour an antiques fair inDetling, Kent.
Joe is left holding the baby.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Keeping the Peace. Is a flu patient telling the whole story? Episode written by Lucia Haynes
We're Off to Kill the Wizard. Can Jessica solve the "impossible" murder of a theme-park owner?
3:25: Tikkabilla: Simon, Lorna and Tamba do the Tikkabilla jive.
Arthur The aardvark meets his new piano teacher, then Buster eats all the band's chocolate.
4.10 Metalheads Squire Duddly asks
Lesterto be his page.
4.25 Watch My Chops A lonely Aunt
Bertha transfers her affections to
4.35 The Queen's Nose The girls wish they were adults as the series ends.
Written by Phil Hughes
5.00 Byker Grove Bradley rigs the auditions for Grease.
More on Thursday 5pm
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
A report this week on new revelations on why a major car-maker seems to be risking engine failure.
Executive producer Lisa Ausden ; Editor Doug Carnegie www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog Repeated with sign language on Thursday at 4am
Phil's stitch-up sees the police descend on Angie's Den.
Written by Shaun Duggan Cast Thursday/Friday Rptd 10pm BBC3
Know When to Fold. Griffin hides his gambling debts from his friends, while Jess and Zubin strive to save a burns victim.
Written by Paul Coates ; Producer Rebecca Hedderty ; Director Keith Boak
Pest officer Ian Thomas pursues a rat that has made itself at home in a Bristol garden, but an exorcist could be the only answer to an unwanted visitor in a council home. Director Isabel Pritchard ; Series producer Miranda Steed
Formula One racing driver Jenson Button and comedian and West Ham supporter Phill Jupitus guest on this week's edition of the sportingquiz. Hosted by Nick Hancock. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers Simon Bullivant and Jim Pullin
Repeated next Saturday
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
In the 1960s over 200,000 British babies were adopted. The second of three programmes follows some of their stories. Mothers and Children. Forced to give up her baby after becoming pregnant at 15, Maureen is about to meet the daughter she last saw 38 years ago. Neil, meanwhile, has been looking for his birth mother ever since his adoptive parents died. Will their reunion give rise to any regrets?
Director Sarah Bampton ; Executive producer Edwina Vardey A mother's lament: page 30
As The Matrix Revolutions hits screens this week, there's a review of the concluding part of the blockbuster trilogy. Plus, the results of the poll to find the nation's worst film.
(Repeated next Saturday on BBC2)
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Thriller, based on a true story, starring Stephen Rea and Donald Sutherland. Detective Viktor Burakov hunts a ruthless serial killer who is terrorising the USSR. But his battle is as much with the crumbling Soviet bureaucracy as it is with his elusive adversary. Review page 52.
Director Chris Gerolmo (1995.18)
Followed by Weatherview
Programmes with sign language. Ends 3.45.
Smoking under Siege Does tobacco have a future?
First shown on BBC2
2.00 SAS Survival Secrets The team set up a covert observation post in enemy territory. First shown on BBC2
3.00 See Hear Shown on Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2