With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
House-hunting in West Yorkshire With £180,000.
Real-life medical drama. Followed by News; Weather
A couple raise funds to furnish a Spanish farmhouse. <S) Followed by News; Weather
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em: a "golfing widow" needs cash for her first set of clubs. There's another episode at 7pm
Charlie Dimmock waxes lyrical over wild flowers. BBCi: interactive options for digital viewers
Paul makes Dylan an offer.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Secrets and Lies. A headmaster reaches crisis point.
Writers Michael Chappell and Richard Stevens (5)
01 Earl Griffin:
Ship of Thieves. A cruise full of sun, sea and secrets.
It's World Badger Day - according to Badger.
The Beaker Club is established, and a power cut gives a chance for fun.
The exotic wildlife of Madagascar and the Galapagos Islands.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. <s)
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
F600 is the target for a new washer-dryer - but will clearing clutter send thrifty Ken into a spin?
Series producer Gill Waddington
The feuding families try to keep Demi and Leo apart. Writer James Payne Cast p47 Rptd at 10pm on BBC3
New series 1/8. An angry crocodile and the planned arrival of an Oscar-winning actress cause a stir as the docusoap set at Heathrow wings its way back to our screens. Narrated by Lisa Tarbuck. Producer Fiona Mellon-Grant
Executive producers David Belton , Edwina Vardey
New series 1/8. When is an Englishman's home not his castle? Tinged with moments of light relief, this run tackles the serious subject of neighbourhood disputes. Gypsies, Old Ladies S Cockerels. Noise drives a Blitz survivor to distraction; residents of a sleepy village clash with gypsies; and a waterlogged flat in Glasgow has a mystery avian visitor. Narrated by Lenny Henry. Director Abby Mangold ; Series producer Marcus Ryder
James Nesbitt returns as DS Tommy Murphy for a third series of gritty crime drama.
1/6. The maverick cop poses as a hitman to infiltrate the inner circle of a violent gangland boss. Contains strong language.
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Behind the scenes: page 12
DS Tommy Murphy:
Det Supt Rees:
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
Will it be oui or non? The topical debate comes from Paris, three days before French citizens vote in a referendum on the European Constitution.
David Dimbleby is joined by a panel comprising senior French and British politicians on both sides of the argument. Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Nick Pisani BBCi: digital viewers can access interactive options via the handset CONTACT: phone [number removed]411 (cost 25p); www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime
Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo dissect the last seven days in politics. Producer Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald
Repeated tomorrow at 5.15pm on BBC Parliament
Race-against-time thriller starring
Judith Light and Pamela Reed. The outbreak of a killer virus in Africa sees a military medic and a journalist join forces. Review page 59.
Director Alan Metzger (1998)
Followed by Weatherview
Love Me, Love My Kids 1/6. A divorced dad entrusts his romantic future to his children. (SL)
2.25 2/6. A mother has two potential suitors. (SL)
2.55 Skint 8/8. Baby joy mixed with sorrow. (SL)
3.25 Blame the Parents 1/4. Taming tearaways. (SL)
4.15 Seven Natural Wonders 1/8. The South West. (SU