With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Then The National Lottery Daily Play
f/4. Behind Closed Doors
Undercover at a busy brothel in London's Soho.
A four-storey terrace in London's fashionable Chelsea, and a former cnurch in Northumberland. Followed by News; Weather
A couple with back disabilities get help cleaning up.
A family hope to raise cash for a canal boat retirement. FOllowed by News; Weather
Sibling rivalry at Newark antiques fair, Nottinghamshire. <R)
Serena and Boyd try to play it cool. Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Mac finds an abandoned baby.
Writer Ben Jones
The Great Twain Robbery. A Manuscript's authenticity is called into question.
Jetta goes on a camping trip.
The gang meet a witch doctor.
After months of bullying, Alex takes drastic action. Tanya receives a disturbing email. (S)
Tim 'Tigger' Johnson:
The tigers of Cambodia and some junior wrestlers.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
What happens to the money raised by Comic Relief? Ahead of this year's event on 11 March, Lenny Henry and Davina McCall visit Ethiopia and Kenya to find out. This time they're accompanied by members of the public - including a trio of Coventry bus drivers who raised E30,000 with their travelling "full monty" show. Producer Anna Gravelle ; Executive producer Julian Mercer Busman's holiday: page 27
Having survived Saturday's vote, the remaining 12 celebrities begin their first day at the new Academy on the banks of the River Thames - only to face the prospect of leaving later tonight as they sing for survival. Judges including opera star Lesley Garrett and head teacher Richard Park will be giving their verdicts on the performances. The results of the voting are at 10.40pm. See Saturday's choice. BBCi: beginning tomorrow, between 9am and 12 midnight digital viewers can access live coverage, plus hourly highlights, via the red button. Video footage and updates can be seen at www.bbcco.uk/fameacademy
Over a three-month period, two BBC journalists worked undercover in a detention centre, and for a company that escorts asylum seekers and immigrants around the country. Their investigation uncovers disturbing evidence of racism and violent abuse of detainees. Narrated by Fiona Bruce.
Producer Jane Fellner ; Series producer Leo Telling
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
BBCi: 10.00-10.45: digital viewers can see 10 o'clock News Extra
The Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
Hosted by Eamonn Holmes.
The results of the voting. Who'll be leaving after their first day at the Academy?
Mistakes and misdemeanours not quite suitable for the quiz's traditional 7pm slot, from regulars Ally
McCoist and Matt Dawson and guests such as Michael Owen and Darren Campbell. With Sue Barker.
Producer Gareth Edwards : Series producer Sally Evans
Suspenseful, blackly comic thriller starring Christopher Walken. When the daughter of a wealthy businessman is kidnapped, her brother and boyfriend abduct a retired crime boss, intending to force him to use his clout to locate the missing girl. But the gangster soon finds his captors are no match for him. Review page 61.
Director Peter O'Fallon (1997, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Max Minot Sean:
The Lost Word of Mitchell & Kenyon 1/3. Life and Times. Life in the new cities of the early 20th century, as captured by the film-making duo.
4/8. Handing Over
Battery Sergeant Major Kenny McMillan has just ten days to train 200 raw Iraqi recruits.
1/8. Plans to transform a rubbish tip of a garden in Hull prove rather ambitious.