Presented by Bill Turnbull and Kate Silverton.
A rural retreat tops the wish list for today's house-hunter.
Real-life medical drama.
Director Sue Robinson ; Series editor
Peter Hayton (5)
Huw Edwards presents live coverage of the annual ceremony from the Palace of Westminster, where the Queen travels in the Irish State Coach to open a new session of Parliament and to outline the laws proposed for the coming year. Andrew Marr , Sophie Raworth and historian
Anna Keay provide commentary on the politics and pageantry and assess the implications of the Queen's speech.
Director Ian Russell ; Producer
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2/5. Am-dram addicts reveal how acting has helped them to beat shyness and the trauma of childhood bullying.
Guilt-ridden Izzy flies into a rage. Susan helps out Karl.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
The Bottom of the Glass. Painful issues arise when a woman seeks help for her alcoholic father.
Writer Nick Hoare
Dead Eye. Could a detective's disappearance be linked to the assassination of JFK?
Simon Bodger becomes Mrs Dribelle's gardener
It's Middlesbrough v Dundee in the hectic game show.
With Sophie McDonnell.
A thief targets a dog show.
Consumer magazine with Ortis, Rhodri Owen and Thalia Pellegrini.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. (5)
Followed by Weather with Carol Kirkwood.
2/6. Dolphins, the Beatles, the complete works of Beatrix Potter and the life and career of Alexander Graham Bell are the specialist subjects.
Mo is desperate to identify Little Mo's mystery man. Dot's driving instructor brings out Jim's jealous side. Writer Alun Nipper Cast page 42 Rptd 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
Losing Control. Owen and Chrissie have a heart-to-heart. Diane dreads the impending coroner's inguest.
Writer Mark Holloway ; Producer Chris Ballantyne
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2/3. The explosive revelations of Tania's film spark a crisis in Sunita's marriage and stretch friendships to breaking point, as the drama based on Meera Syal's novel continues. Meanwhile, Deepak's affair threatens the health of wife Chila and that of his unborn child.
Dramatised by Meera Syal with Abi Morgan; Producer Jo Willett
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With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
1/9. In June 2003, Reg Keys' son Tom was one of six Red Caps brutally murdered by a mob in Iraq. As no weapons of mass destruction have been found, Mr Keys maintains that his son died for a lie. This film follows the former ambulance driver's preparations to stand for the general election - against Tony Blair in his Sedgefield constituency.
Violent Cold War spy thriller directed by and starring Clint Eastwood.
When the Soviet Union develops a deadly new supersonic fighter, western intelligence agencies send maverick pilot Mitchell Gant to Moscow to steal the top-secret plane. Review page 54.
Followed by Weatherview
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5/6. A pub landlord in crisis. (SL)
9/12. How will the Gallic visitors take to Sedburgh, Cumbria? (SL)
2/15. Advice for an ailing village shop in Worcestershire. (SL)