With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Then The National Lottery Daily Play
Will Dave Ditchfield improve his lax security efforts? (5)
Chefs Mike and Mark take big risks at the restaurant. Followed by News; Weather
The Hudsons need a bedroom and a living room redesign.
An engaged couple in Sheldon,
Birmingham get help. followed by News; Weather
Scouring Norwich in Norfolk for good-value antiques.
8/10. New business plans.
Svetlanka makes plans to leave. Repeated 5.35pm
3/5. The Good Citizen. Adam Clay starts his own republic. Andrew Marr Himself
Writer Ed McCardie
Director James Strong
Sgt Happy Dobie:
Kat and Alfie Moon.
A ghoul spooks a power plant.
Alex is gutted when Ed forgets his birthday.
Zoe Salmon gets to meet a pack of wolves.
Islam Week continues with another special report.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
3/8. The coastguard helicopter team save a boy who has fallen down a 100-ft cliff in Dorset. Meanwhile lifeguards at Perranporth try to keep tourists away from dangerous currents in north Cornwall.
Producer Sarah Feltes ; Series producer Sue Kennett
George Alagiah is in Sri Lanka for this special report on how survivors across Asia are coming to terms with the effects of the devastating tsunami that claimed so many lives exactly one month ago. Editor Kevin Bakhurst
Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
Jonathan Ross hands out the gongs in the fourth annual awards show that celebrates the most dramatic, tense, poignant and funny small-screen events of the past 12 months. A celebrity audience is on the receiving end of Jonathan's wisecracks in a romp through the year in which Kelly Holmes became the nation's darling, Jennie Bond swapped royal reporting for a box of rats, Gordon Ramsay lost his rag with Edwina Currie and Natasha Kaplinsky danced to victory.
Producer Samantha Peters ; Executive producer Karen Steyn
Angus Deayton pays homage to the embarrassments suffered by celebrities at award shows, including
Mick Fleetwood and Samantha Fox 's now legendary mishandling of the Brits in 1989, plus moments that Mel Gibson and Victoria Wood would rather forget. Producer Samantha Peters ; Exec producer Caroline Wright
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
BBCi: 10.00-10.45 - digital viewers can see 10 o'clock News Extra
Followed by National Lottery Update
Sprightly 75-year-old Rene Salt is the only member of her immediate family to have survived the horrors of the concentration camps. In an emotional journey of discovery, she returns to Poland for the first time since 1945, with her son Martin and grandson Adrian, in order to tell them what life was like growing up in a Nazi-occupied country.
Meditation for Holocaust Memorial Day is at 9.45am tomorrow on Radio 4 (LW), while later, dignitaries pay tribute to concentration-camp survivors in Holocaust Memorial Day at 7pm on BBC2
r Chilling, futuristic thriller starring Yul Brynner ,
Richard Benjamin and James Brolin. The idyllic holiday resort of Delos offers its clients anything they want - for$1,000 a day, they can even kill "people" over and over again. But in this "perfect" world, things begin to go terrifyingly wrong. Review page 51.
Director Michael Crichton (1973, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Billy Connolly 's World Tour of New Zealand 5/8
Billy trikes from Wellington to Palmerston.
1.45 Wildife on One 7/10. Crocodilians - King Croc
Survival secrets of crocodiles and alligators.
2.15 Ground Force 1/6. From Molesey, Surrey.
2.45 The World's Strongest Man 6/6. The final.