With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
9/10. Will the hours of practice
Put in by mum-of-three Michelle Pay off as she tries to revive her flagging social life?
Properties put up for auction in London's Docklands, Derby city centre and Rochester, Kent. are in the spotlight. followed by News; Weather
A couple in the West Midlands are being swamped by their children's toys. Will they make space where they are or start again somewhere else?
The team have their work cut out as they tackle a home in Wallasey, Merseyside. Followed by News; Weather
A retired lieutenant colonel aims to fund a trip to a war widow's conference in Africa. There's another episode tonight at 7pm
Regional News; Weather (5)
Ladies' Day is as much about fashion as form. But this visit to York's Knavesmire course also sees the five-furlong Norfolk
Stakes at 2.30 and the mile-and-a-half Ribblesdale Stakes at 3.05 before coverage switches to BBC2. With Clare Balding.
Simon is left rather red in the face when Vicky decides to go off for an audition.
It's sports day at the Dumping Ground, and Tracy and Lol turn detective.
Kirsten makes a 3-D picture with moving parts.
Nick and Steve search for nature's most toxic creatures, while Michaela visits a butterfly farm in Kenya.
Boyd's confused about Sky, Sindi has it out with Gary, while Toadie helps Connor with some unusual therapy.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth.
Followed by Weather with Helen Young.
A mother wants to raise the money to buy some designer garden decking as a way of thanking her daughter for helping her in a battle against cancer.
Director John Widdup ; Series producer Gill Waddington
Zoe finds out more than she bargained for as she confronts Chrissie. Can Alfie and Billy bury the hatchet? Writer Carey Andrews This week's episodes produced by Julie Press and directed by Nicholas Prosser Cast on page 45
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Greig and Dave are on the receiving end of passenger anger when fog over Europe causes scores of flights to be cancelled. Stuart is inundated with cats and dogs as the pet-passport scheme gets into full swing. Producer Fiona Mellon-Grant ; Series producer Michael Tuft
4/8. Squatter Tony finds a property he likes and proceeds to invade. Is he a housing warrior or an unemployed freeloader? Meanwhile, the police are called to deal with a nuisance neighbour who claims it's a case of mistaken identity. Lenny Henry narrates. Director Sarah Tavner ; Series producer Marcus Ryder
4/6. Extra Mile. Murphy is about to uncover major evidence of Callard's criminal dealings. But are his feelings for Ellie in danger of compromising the entire operation? Contains strong language.
Writer Michael Crompton : Producer Jemma Rodqers
Director Andy Goddard www.bbc.co.uk/murphyslaw James Nesbitt spends Friday Night with Jonathan Ross , tomorrow 1035pm
DS Tommy Murphy:
DS Paul Allison:
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With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
A panel of movers and shakers join David Dimbleby for the topical debate in Caernarfon, Gwynedd. Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Nick Pisani
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Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo take a look back at the last seven days in politics. Producer Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald
Repeated tomorrow at 5.15pm on BBC Parliament
The best of the action, as well as the fashion, from Ladies' Day. Editor Alastair Mcintyre
Followed by Weatherview
Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre 1/10. The travails of learner drivers, starting with a septuagenarian. (SL)
1.40 Love Me, Love My Kids 5/6. Can the children of dad-of-five Stephen Merrie find him a partner? (SL)
2.10 Seven Natural Wonders 4/8. Chris Jackson takes an aerial tour of northern England. (SL)
2.40 Blame the Parents 3/4. Is Jennifer's bad behaviour set to wreck her parents' marriage? (SL)