Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Melissa Porter and Dominic Littlewood are in Northampton looking for a property in need of renovation.
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts view three more
Properties about to go up for auction. They check out a redevelopment in Wishaw in Lanarkshire, assess the value of a plot of land in Liverpool and look over a building for sale in Dover. Followed by News; Weather
3/10. Presenter Alistair Appleton and shopping expert Kimberly Cohen are in the French city of Rouen, pounding its cobbled streets on the lookout for bargain purchases. Followed by News; Weather
Three colleagues working at a hospice need to raise cash to buy the equipment they'll need for their charity trek in Thailand.
The team are called in to help brother and sister Nigel and Andrea Cathers , who need to raise £1.000 for a new hallway carpet.
Sue Barker is back in the chair to present all the action from today's men's singles quarter-final matches.
It was at this stage last year that Tim Henman 's Wimbledon dream came to a crashing end as he lost tamely to unseeded
Croatian Mario Ancic in straight sets. There was also disappointment for Australian
Lleyton Hewitt , who succumbed to eventual winner and this year's top seed Roger Federer in four sets. BBCi: satellite and cable viewers can select action from up to five extra courts, plus a range of extra features, by pressing the red button on their handset. Freeview viewers can access two additional courts, as well as the latest news, scores and results. For live commentary from BBC Radio 5 Live, news and scores, and three-minute video highlights packages at the end of play, visit www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth.
Followed by Weather with Isobel Lang.
Sensitive Scorpion. Although virtually indestructible, scorpions' long-term survival depends on a more "sensitive" side. David Attenborough reveals how the male courts his partner with a dance and a kiss, while the mother carries her newborn on her back.
Producer James Honeyborne ; Series editor Sara Ford
Postponed from 15 June
4/6. Perfect Zero. Bob Geldof continues his journey through the contrast-filled continent, leaving the emptiness of the Sahara desert for Mali, and the city of Timbuktu. He then heads for the cosmopolitan port of Mopti before visiting the largest mud building in the world in Djenne. See Monday's choice. IS) African School continues tomorrow at 8.30pm on BBC4
5/10. Apple Day. The annual festival brings Len's cousin to Ormston, but he is harbouring a secret that soon lands him in hospital.
Writer Matthew Broughton ; Producer Chris Griffin ; Director
Anthony Garner www.bbc.co.uk/drama/bornandbred
Dr Donald Newman:
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The Matthew Sisters:
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How can we be sure that Britain's surgeons are trustworthy? In this special midweek report, Sarah Barclay 's investigation reveals what happened in one NHS trust when doctors tried to blow the whistle on one of their colleagues.
Producers Richard Grange and Howard Bradburn
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
2/3. Alan Yentob travels to Mexico to take a closer look at the colourful life of the artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo, and assess the complex portfolio she left behind. With some of her works sold for over$10m (E5.5m), since she died in 1954 she has become Latin America's greatest artistic export.
Director Paul Tickell ; Series producer Janet Lee
Followed by National Lottery Update
2/3. The spooky Stephen King tale starring Timothy Daly , Colm Feore and Debrah Farentino continues.
The storm buffeting the island is getting worse, and more mysterious deaths occur.
First shown on BBC3
Followed by Weatherview
Look Around You 1/6. The spoof science series tries to predict how music will sound in 2000. 1.35 Around the World in 80 Treasures 6/10.
Dan Cruickshank visits Uzbekistan and Syria.
2.35 Junior Mastermind: the Final Youngsters battle it out in the quiz's climax.