Presented by Simon McCoy and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Malvern in Worcestershire is the desired location for a couple with a E600,000 budget.
A charming thatched property in Devon, a footie fan's dream Pad in Liverpool and a north
London maisonette. Followed by News; Weather
Sound commercial advice for a bridalwear shop that's been left on the shelf.
Will a car-boot sale raise enough cash for a baby buggy and a Motorbike test? followed by News; Weather
A Couple hope to surprise a kind-hearted relative with a magical train ride through Scandinavia.
With Lome Spicer.
Has Sky and Boyd's relationship reached the end of the road?
Repeated at 5.35pm
A visit to Squerryes Court, an elegant 17th-century manor in Kent that houses the Warde family's superb collection of antique furniture.
Merry Widow Murder Dr Sloan's Professionalism is used against him in a murder made to look like a medical condition. <s)
3/12. Simon is showing off his new cactus plant.
A treasure hunt and a deep-sea daydream.
Fun with a customised shower.
Wayne tries to split up his parents.
8/13. Series two. Taj discovers his dad's invention designs.
An update on Meg's Puppies, plus a performance by the National Youth Theatre.
With Dermot Murnaghan and Sophie Raworth. 90
Followed by Weather with Helen Young.
3/4. Absolute Desert. Having finally made it to Timbuktu, Palin heads east to join the Wodaabe herders at one of their famous male beauty pageants. But it is only when he travels with a Tuareg camel train that he gets to grips with the Sahara's soul.
Directors John-Paul Davidson and Roger Mills
10/10. Someone to Watch over Me. Will Reverend
Brewer fall foul of the bishop's envoy? And will
Deborah finally face up to her feelings for Logan?
Find out in the cosy rural drama's last ever episode.
Writer Chris Chibnall ; Producer Chris Griffin ; Director Dermot Boyd www.bbc.co.uk/drama/bornandbred
Dr Donald Newman:
Dr Nick Logan:
Reverend Richard Snaith:
The Matthew Sisters:
The Matthew Sisters:
2/3. A rare condition is wrecking Andrew Meikle 's spine - and his hunched back is causing him constant, agonising pain. His only hope is a complex operation performed by surgeon John Hutchinson. John must break Andrew's back and reset it, but there is a risk that surgery will paralyse him for good. This absorbing documentary affords a fascinating insight into the difficult decisions that face both patient and medic. Director/Producer Helen Thomas
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
New series 1/3. In this intriguing social experiment, participants are asked to walk away from their jobs, possessions, family and friends for a fresh start. Can they truly reinvent themselves or are they destined to repeat the well-worn patterns of their past? First are 50-something empty-nesters Ken and Sue, who are trading their Coventry home for a bar in Spain. Will they make a lasting, positive change to their lives? Narrated by Tracy-Ann Oberman.
Series producer Cassie Braban ; Executive producer
Rachel Innes-Lumsden Starting all over again: page 26
Followed by National Lottery Update
Gory horror comedy sequel with Tom Everett Scott and Julie Delpy. Stopping the beautiful Serafine from committing suicide has bloody consequences for American tourist Andy. Review page 50.
Director Anthony Waller (1997, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Look around You 6/6. The final.
8/8. Fashioned in Africa. Sudanese model Alek Wek returns to her volatile homeland. (R)
1/8. A top London dentist tackles a case of bad breath.
7/8. Riverside residents fight against barges moored outside their windows.