With Dermot Murnaghan and Jules Botfield.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Daily Play
What's the topic up for public debate this morning?
FOllowing staff and patients at London's Guy's and St Thomas ' hospitals. Followed by News; Weather
Two teams search for auction lots at Ardingly in West Sussex. Followed by News; Weather
The team help an east London man sell off some of his effects to pay for a new bathroom.
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Jono Coleman , Barry Cryer and Esther McVey try to match homes to celebrity owners.
Lil and David bury the hatchet. Toadie dreams of Dee.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Cross My Heart. A battered wife takes her revenge. A new locum is found for Best.
Writer Ray Brooking
More cast on Monday
Dr Mike Miles:
PC Brad Phillips:
Love Is Murder. A seductive killer of policemen sets her sights on Steve.
Balamory Mrs Macleod 's house is turned into a winter wonderland. Writer Wayne Jackman
Cast on Wednesday
Arthur The aardvark has a new piano teacher. Then, Buster signs up to sell chocolate for the band.
4-10 50/50 New series 1/15. Pupils from Leeds and Warrington take on each other as the inter-schools game show returns. Angellica Bell
Presides over events, which include the new game Spike.
4.35 Ace Lightning Mark's class goes on a field trip to Lord Fear's carnival.
5.00 Really Wild Show New series
1/14. Michaela Strachan takes a look at the plight of dancing bears in India, Nick Baker gets up close to rattlesnakes in Arizona, while new recruit Steve Backshall embarks on a tour of Australia. With Eils Hewitt. Repeated tomorrow 7.30am
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
The team investigate a mortgage lender whose borrowers have had enough. With Nicky Campbell and Kate Sanderson. Executive producer Lisa Ausden ; Editor Doug Carnegie
Sharon confronts Dennis, with an outcome that shocks Den. Patrick has a proposal on his mind.
Cast on Thursday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
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EastEnders 7.30pm BBC1
Crikey, when did Tennessee Williams rise from the dead and start writing for EastEnders? Tonight's episode is seething with sexual tension, guilt, betrayal, torment and the shadow of a sudden, violent death. And if Dennis Rickman ever strips down to his vest a la Marlon Brando, the picture will be complete.
Most of the episode is taken up with Sharon and Dennis - Sharon doing what she does best, looking all mournful, as Dennis is given a spectacularly lengthy monologue about what it feels like to kill someone. Well, you have to get these things out of the way at the start of any relationship, don't you?
Dennis, even more tortured than usual, spills the beans because Big Daddy himself, Den Watts, has let Sharon in on a little secret in an attempt to split up the young lovers - that Dennis murdered Dalton. Cue lots of angst and melodrama as Sharon goes round to speak to Dennis to hear his side of the story. Will she dump him for being a killer, or will she be overwhelmed by his musky animal magnetism?
It's all tremendously overheated, but by the end you might find yourself wishing that they'd all just shut up. That goes double for the irritating Vicki, who has a few little moments of her own, shouting at her dad and demanding that he recognise Dennis as part of their "family". Will someone please give her a clip around the ear? (AG)
TV's most wanted men: page 18
Alison Graham's Soap & Flannel: page 40
Who cooks the food in Albert Square?: page 40
Past Caring. Ric is suspicious when a familiar face turns up. Ed is shocked when someone threatens to blackmail him. Former EastEnder Nicholas R Bailey guest-stars.
Writer Julia Wall ; Producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd ; Director Indra Bhose
5/8. Environmental health officers visit the Tower Hamlets mortuary to investigate a suspicious death. They then have to deal with rotting meat found illegally dumped on the London borough's streets. Narrated by John Peel.
Producer Joyce Trozzo ; Series producerColin Naphine
"Speed cameras save lives", so claim the police. This documentary reveals how motorbike riders are able to avoid detection and bring death and destruction upon others.
Producer Bruce Lippold ; Executive producer Charles Thompson
With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Window and the Weather. In the wake of a huge storm, St Bamabas's Church is in need of a new stained-glass window. Writer Richard Curtis
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Jon Plowman
Jesus's message was so radical that he and most of his supporters paid with their lives, so why has the significance of Easter shifted from the Crucifixion to confectionery? Rock legend and Christian Rick Wakeman trawls the country for any surviving influences attributable to the first-century firebrand. Director/Producer Jonathan Mayo www.bbc.co.uk/religion
Drama starring Jack n Nicholson and Anjelica Huston. When Freddy Gale learns that the man who killed his daughter in a drink-drive accident is out of prison, he vows to kill him. Review page 54. Director Sean Penn (1995.15)
Followed by Weathervlew
Signed programmes. Ends 4.20.
See Hear Shown on Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
2.30 Danger on the Beach 2/8. The coastal rescue teams have their work cut out on the hottest day ever recorded in the UK.
3.00 Met Osama Bin Laden An insight into the mind of arguably the world's most wanted man. First shown on BBC2
3.50 Big Cat Week 5/5. Kike the cheetah walks straight into the lion territory. Lioness Bibi searches for her lost cubs.