Presented by Bill Turnbull and Natasha Kaplinsky. (5)
A tour around three potential Purchases in Staffordshire as the experts search for a rural family home.
A Police station in Manchester, an end-of-terrace house in Surrey and a semi in Newcastle get the once-over. followed by News; Weather (5)
A beleaguered bakery in Birmingham gets much-needed advice. Can it start making some real dough?
A vast collection of antiques is flogged to fund a family's spiritual homecoming holiday to Hong Kong. (S) Followed by News; Weather
Two teams scour Portobello Road in west London for
Dylan's health is at risk and Steph awaits her appeal.
Repeated at 5.35pm
A collection of china is sold off in order to buy some new dining furniture.
Malibu Fire. Is a local hippy to blame when a suspicious bush fire rages in the Malibu hills? Dr Sloan and Steve lift the smokescreen on the real killer.
7/11. Badger goes on a mash-free diet.
7/12. Miller is forced to face the realities of living alone, while Aggie has trouble fitting into her new boyfriend's crowd.
(More Thursday at 5pm)
With Dermot Murnaghan and Sophie Raworth. Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
8/8. A New Arrival. It's New Year's Eve and police deal with a pair of young shoplifters. Karen organises a fashion shoot and Wayne's baby arrives - but will it be here before midnight? Narrated by Linda Smith. Producers Tom Willis , Jenny Nicol and Neil Percival
Executive producers Guy Davies and David Hart
Keith remains positive Demi will return home safely. Writer Shaun Duggan For cast see page 38 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
Manchester United v Debreceni VSC or Hajduk Split Live coverage from Old Trafford of the first leg of United's third-round Champions League qualifier (kick-off 8.05).
Debreceni VSC were leading Croatians Hajduk
Split 3-0 after the first leg of their second-round tie, so it's likely the Hungarian champions will be the Reds' opponents tonight. The clubs have never met before but United manager Alex Ferguson will be particularly keen to take a solid lead to the central European country, as one of United's worst European nights was against Hungarian opposition - a 1-0 first-leg loss to Zalaegerszeg at the same stage in 2002. And since Debreceni are considering using the National Stadium in Budapest for the return fixture, maximising on the home advantage tonight will be of added importance.
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
5/6. Education welfare officer Dominic Buggle faces a make-or-break battle to get persistent truant Dale back to school; Rebecca Murphy discovers 12-year-old Matthew is being bullied; and Vicky Hadfield arranges horse-riding lessons to help anorexia sufferer Toni rebuild her self-esteem. Robert Cavanah narrates.
Series producer Adam Purven Executive producer Tessa Finch
2/3. There's nothing ladylike about the all-female Taylor household, where single mum Jo and her four daughters raise the roof with their arguments. Psychological therapist Anjula Mutanda tries sorting out the disputes in the hope of ending the bickering. Producer Mark Saben : Series producer Claire Collinson-Jones
Made-for-TV drama starring Jaclyn Smith and Jill Eikenberry. Following the death of her husband, former model Dana Griffin goes to stay with best friend Barbara Wilkins and her family in New Hampshire. But before long, old rivalries and jealousies resurface. Review page 50. Director Joyce Chopra (1996, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Around the World in 80 Treasures 10/10. On the last leg of his journey, Dan Cruickshank savours the Ancient Greek grandeur of the Parthenon. (Su
2.40 Imagine ... a Short History of Tall Buildings
1/3. Spectacular construction projects in New York and Chicago during the 20th century.