With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
7/10. Michelle Dady is keen to pass her driving test first time.
A Devon boat store with a leaky roof, a Kent builders' office and an end-of-terrace in Derbyshire are put to the test. Followed by News; Weather
Can a better home be found for a family of six living in a four-storey home near Manchester?
A Cambridgeshire family have a hoarding habit Can Kevin Allen and Stephanie Meadows help? Followed by News; Weather
Stress therapy awaits for City of London workers if Caroline Whyman can raise the funds.
Clare Balding dons her finest millinery to present the opening day of the world-famous Royal Ascot meeting, held - owing to redevelopment - at York's Knavesmire racecourse.
Regular race-goers and viewers can rest assured that the quality of the racing remains unaffected, while sporting matters aside, the five-day festival's pomp and pageantry are renowned the world over. The action gets under way with a pair of Group Two races, the Coventry Stakes at 2.30 and the King's Stand Stakes at 105. Coverage continues on BBC2 at 3.20pm.
Simon and Badger try to mend a shower.
Cumbrians Penrith and Fife slug it out in the hectic game show. Sophie McDonnell hosts.
Consumer magazine with Ortis, Rhodri Owen and Thalia Pellegrini.
Sindi is torn about telling Susan her secret.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth.
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
New series 1/8. Shoplifters Beware. Feisty fashionistas Trinny and Susannah are filming at Europe's largest shopping centre while store detective Graham tracks a team of professional shoplifters. Linda Smith narrates this look at life in Gateshead's MetroCentre.
Producers Jenny Nicol , Neil Percival and Tom Willis
Executive producers Guy Davies and David Hart
Kat tries to stop Zoe going ahead with her plans.
Writer Rob Gittins Cast page 45 Rptd 10pm on BBC3
Pleasant Surprises. Tricia takes a second look at her life, while Mubbs's lifestyle catches up with him.
Writer Simon Ashford ; Producer Roberto Troni
Director Delyth Thomas www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity Real Me TV Me: page 43
2/6. Disruptive students bring the academy for aspiring hair stylists to the brink of disaster.
Writer Debbie Horsfield ; Producer Kate Crowe ; Director Philip John www.bbc.co.uk/cuttingit
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
5/9. Adoption Hell. Dr Hale and his wife love their adopted sons - but want to take social services to court to argue the children should never have been given to them. The Hales took the boys at two and five; 16 years on, both are in prison. ONE life follows the Hales for a year as they try to reach a resolution. Director Min Clough ; Series editor Todd Austin
2/6. Tears and tantrums blight a family from Essex. James, 13, constantly complains; Anni, 16, is bunking off college; and parents Chris and Marie are at their wits' end. Can Stephen Briers and Tanya Byron help? Producer Rachel Latijee ; Series producer Sacha Baveystock
First shown on BBC3
The best of the action from the opening day.
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2 (SL)
1.35 Houses Behaving Badly Stephanie Meadows and co tackle a Lancashire bachelor pad. (SL)
2.20 Mind Your Own Business Can an ailing beauty salon be made profitable? (SL)