Presented by Bill Turnbull and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Plenty of space for entertaining - a key criterion for a couple in Worcestershire.
Natasha and her family have just four weeks to raise £1,000 for her wedding dress. But first fiance Ian must get off the dole. Producer Nick Rigg ; Editor
Bernard Periamtambee (Revised rpt) Followed by News; Weather
An Edinburgh couple living on a busy main road seek a property more suitable for their toddler.
Postponed from 22 July
There's an unexpected star guest when two sisters-in-law try to raise enough for a makeover, followed by dinner at the Ritz. Followed by News; Weather
Two married couples go head-to-head at Kedleston antiques fair in Derbyshire.
Serena's warring parents use their daughter as a weapon.
Repeated at 5.35pm
A couple of extreme hoarders hope to raise enough money to take their grandchildren to Walt Disney World.
Discards. A fishing trip becomes a surreal nightmare when Jesse discovers his father is a CIA agent. With guest stars from a host of 1960s TV spy shows.
Mash and mayhem.
A tornado heads for
Will the principal learn Corneil's secret?
8/12. Miller discovers
Alice has a crush on him.
George Alagiah , Sophie Raworth.
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
6/6. Ageing. In an age obsessed with youth, the prospect of getting old fills us with fear. But what exactly should we be worrying about? Money?
Looks? Health? Or just other people's attitudes? Richard Hammond - and his mum - investigate.
Producer Kate Shiers-Ghellere ; Series producer Kate Beetham
Sam's lies begin to unravel in the police interview.
Writer Jeff Povey : Producer George Ormond ; Director John Greening Cast on page 41 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
4/9. It's a dramatic start to the day for consultant
Gareth Davies as a man is stabbed just outside A&E. And Dr Neil Ballard is aboard the Air Ambulance when a 74-year-old woman gets her leg trapped under a double-decker bus. Kwame Kwei-Armah narrates.
Series producer Alison Gregory ; Executive producer Camilla Lewis See also Trauma Uncut at 9pm on BBC3
4/8. Faced with a pricey housing market, Kate and Craig settled for a property that hadn't been worked on since the 1930s. It turned out to be a money pit, and with the couple's savings gone, work ground to a halt. Enter Nick Knowles and the team to transform a tired lounge-diner into a modern space with an art deco twist. But will it suit a potential new arrival?
Series producer Moniza Uddin ; Executive producer Mark Hill Write to DIY SOS, PO Box 198, Bristol BS99 7RT; www.bbcco.uk/lifestyle
Caught by Surprise. A young motorist is flipped over in a multiple-car pile-up in a sleepy Cheshire village. He claims it's a case of road rage, and that he's been threatened by a man with a gun. Now it's up to the police to uncover exactly what happened.
Producer Simon Meehan ; Series producer Bruce Lippold
Postponed from last Wednesday
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
WS Gilbert's libretto on ignorant sea lords combines with Arthur Sullivan 's memorable melodies in one of the duo's most enduring creations, HMS Pinafore.
Charles Mackerras is at the helm and also conducts his own ballet Pineapple Poll, based on another of Gilbert's naval satires, with a re-orchestration of Sullivan's music. A cast of leading British artists take centre stage, including Richard Suart , Felicity Palmer and Sally Matthews , plus the Maida Vale Singers, the BBC Orchestra, and narration by Tim Brooke-Taylor .
Alan Titchmarsh introduces the performance, recorded last month at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Director Francesca Kemp ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane
Richard Thomas (best known as John-Boy in The Waltons) as a disturbed drifter who wreaks havoc on the life of a suburban family. Review page 55.
Director Noel Nosseck (1995, 15)
Followed by Holiday Weather
Bank of Mum and Dad 2/6. A wannabe music mogul who's amassed huge debts. (SL)
2/10. A budget cruise on the French
Riviera, and tornado chasing in the US. (SL)
Sir Bob Geldof heads for the G8 summit, while a dehydrated fox receives aid. (SL)