Presented by Bill Turnbull and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Dally Play
Barn conversions are sought in Staffordshire.
A house near Exeter holds a Second World War souvenir within its walls. Followed by News; Weather
Visiting the garden of Musical Youth's Dennis Seaton.
The Far East provides
Linda Barker with inspiration. Followed by News; Weather
Two sets of sisters seek good deals in Derby.
A hoarder sorts his clutter in time for his wedding.
Followed by Telling Lives
Will Lou and Trixie's wedding be upstaged by Valda?
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Amy's New Home. A little girl struggles in her new foster home.
Writer Linda Thompson
More cast on Friday
Dr Marc Eliot:
Dr Helen Thompson:
Dr Greg Robinson:
Dr Georgina Woodson:
The Showgirl Mystery. A singer's happiness is cut short. First shown on ITV
Balamory Josie has organised a Chinese festival at the nursery.
Writer Kath Yelland Cast tomorrow at
10.40am on BBC2
Arthur Buster 's friends learn that he has asthma.
4.10 The Wild Thornberrys When
Eliza plays vet to some penguins things go badly wrong.
4.35 Powers 8/13. Ian puts himself in terrible danger with a local bully.
Writer Carolyn Sally Jones
5.00 Blue Peter Liz tries to get to grips with lobster fishing in Belize. Signed repeat tomorrow 8.30am BBC2 www.bbc.co.uk/bluepeter
Dr Mary Holland:
Professor Henry Powers:
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
7/8.Gillian Smith from Kirkcudbright, Dumfires and Galloway, is whisked off to Banff and a ranch in the Canadian Wild West.
Series producer Karen Brown; Executive producer Jannine Waddell Collect token two of RT's mini-cruise break offers: page 8
2/6. How can a finance company get away with charging its hard-up clients 440% APR? Plus Morland Sanders looks at a Lake District feud between off-roaders and ramblers in the series of reports compiled by teams across England.
Series producer Ian Cundall ; Executive editor Craig Henderson
Eamonn Holmes hosts the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
2/6. Children 's Food. The nationwide hunt for the confectionary that is killing children across the world. Plus the illegal fizzy-drinks factory whose product contains dangerously high levels of additives and colourings.
Director Susie Donaldson ; Series producer Marcus Ryder
3/6. Airborne. Steve Leonard teams up with scientists to start solving some of the mysteries of animal flight. With the aid of the eagle cam and the bumble bee radar, we find outjust how birds and bees manage to do it.
Producer Andrew Murray ; Series producer Peter Bassett www.bbc.co.uk/nature
3/6. Marky discovers the secret life of a man who owns two houses, and Lauren has a revelation of her own.
Writer Chris Dunlop ; Producer Barney Reisz : Director Tom Shankland
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Then National Lottery Update
New series 1/6. Shane Richie. From the back streets of north London to his own prime-time TV show and soap idol status as Alfie Moon in EastEnders, the Walford favourite has also experienced the highs and lows of the celebrity fame game more than most. Here he talks to Piers Morgan about being tabloid fodder and his own career revival.
Director Dominic Stobart : Series producer Gloria Wood
Oscar-winning crime caper starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Conmen Henry Gondorff and Johnny Hooker plan an elaborate racing scam at the expense of powerful racket boss Doyle Lonnegan. Review page 48.
Director George Roy Hill (1973. PG) Oscar winner Gods and Monsters is tomorrow at 12.30am
Rim Highlights: page 40
Followed by Weathervlew
Signed programmes. Ends 3.55.
Iran, a Murder Mystery: This World investigating the death of Iranian photographer Zahra Kazemi. First shown on BBC2
A special edition from the London to
Brighton veteran car run. With Michael Aspel.
6/10. Student digs are put in order.