With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
A couple armed with a budget of £180,000 want to purchase a home in north Norfolk.
Real-life medical drama. Followed by News; Weather
10. The staff have to step in as bullying raises its ugly head at the fat camp for children.
A beleaguered Birmingham bakery cries out for advice on how to bring in the dough. FOllowed by News; Weather
Four members of a blues band search for a snip in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire.
Liljana falls under Paul's influence.
Repeated at 5.35pm
For Better for Worse. An MS
Patient hopes that his family can came to terms with his wishes.
Writer Paula Robinson
Dr Mac McGuire:
Dr Helen Thompson:
* Benjamin Kwarme:
Dr Georgina Woodson:
Dr Greg Robinson:
Programmed for Murder The sudden death of a software expert lust doesn't compute.
Triple bill of avian fun.
Timmy becomes a reality-TV host.
Mark has to face up to an emotional dilemma.
Liz surprises Elton John in Las Vegas, plus the cast of Billy Elliot performing live.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. <s)
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin. Then
Party Election Broadcast By the Conservative Party.
5/6. The Trickers retired early but then spent a decade frittering away their pensions. Jane Furnival helps the couple to plan a budget. But can she get them to stick to it? The alternative could be a return to work.
Director Jenna Hall; Series producer Debbie Hinniqan
2/3. Prime Minister Tony Blair is grilled on party policy. Does he think the unpopularity of the war in Iraq has lost him the nation's trust? And does the party intend to raise taxes? Conservative leader Michael Howard faces questions on Friday at 7.30pm.
5/8. Laurence Goulding 's 20-year project to build his own home in mid-Wales was recently hit by a devastating fire. Can Nick Knowles and the team reverse some of the damage? With Brigid Calderhead. Series producer Moniza Uddiri Executive producer Jane Lomas
CONTACT DETAILS: need the team's help? Write to DIY SOS, [address removed] or visit www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle
4/6. It's a busy night for journalists as well as the autograph-hunting Steve as the victorious European Ryder Cup golf team return from America.
Series producer Michael Tuft ; Exec producer Edwina Vardey
New series Rousing drama documentaries that bring to life the Allies' protracted progress from the beaches of Normandy to victory in Germany a year on. 1/3. The Struggle to Break Out. Having won the battle on the shoreline, Allied forces saw brutal warfare in the hedgerows and wheat fields of Normandy, which set them on the road to Berlin. Sean Bean narrates.
Series producer Andrew Williams ; Exec producer Laurence Rees
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by 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.
Director Nigel Saunders www.bbc.co.uk/lottery
All the goals and key moments from tonight's eight Premiership matches, including Chelsea v Arsenal and Everton v Manchester United. With Gary Lineker. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Followed by National Lottery Update
Four disparate men, all named Mohammed, discuss the future for young British Muslims. Islam in Europe is at 320am on BBC4. Director/Producer Karina Brennan
Crime thriller based on the true story of a Canadian serial killer. Red tape allows a suspected child murderer and rapist to remain at large to continue his rampage. Review page 64.
Director Anne Wheeler (2002)
Followed by Weatherview
Grown-Up Gappers 6/8. A bored 43-year-old quits his job to go backpacking across Africa.
2.55 Speed Up, Slow Down 6/6. Time-management advice for the stressed owners of a fancy-dress shop.
3.25 Ray Mears 's Bushcraft 1/5. How hunter-gatherers lived in Stone Age Britain.