Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
A supermarket cheese seller wants to move to a bungalow. IS)
The latest events at Guy's and St Thomas ' in London. Followed by News; Weather
A detached house in Fareham,
Hampshire, is spruced up.
A celebratory spending spree in New York is today's goal. IS) Followed by News; Weather
'wo teams go shopping at an antiques fair in Derby.
Paul pays a price for his schemes. Repeated at 5.35pm
Beyond the Grave. Greg helps a couple to cope with a betrayal.
Writer David Hermanstein
Alienated. Could Jesse have been abducted by aliens?
Jess helps Jenny to confront the past.
Who keeps stealing from the tribe?
Kareesha's mother proves to be a bad influence on Mrs L.
Gethin becomes a butler for the day.
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
New series 1/8. Some of Britain's worst road-rage offenders undergo a series of exacting challenges, devised by Dr Lisa Dorn from the Driver Behaviour Centre, in a bid to curb their hot-tempered behaviour out on the streets. Tonight, self-confessed despiser of women drivers, Harry Hayhurst , and road-rager extraordinaire Linda Northover travel in the same car. Little wonder, then, that sparks soon start to fly. Seres producer Rukhsana Mosam ; Exec producer Nick Shearman
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Northern Ireland v England
Sven's men travel to Windsor Park for a crucial
World Cup qualifier (kick-off 7.45), just days after clashing with Wales in Cardiff.
Northern Ireland manager Lawrie Sanchez played his part in two of the FA Cup's greatest shocks - heading the winner as Wimbledon beat Liverpool in 1988 and, as coach, taking Wycombe to the semi-finals in 2001. Doubtless, he would love to upset the odds here. The Three Lions are vying with Poland for the automatic qualifying place in Group Six and can welcome back Michael Owen from suspension. With captain David Beckham , Chelsea duo Frank Lampard and John Terry , Manchester United wunderkind Wayne Rooney and - pending a return to fitness - Liverpool midfield dynamo Steven Gerrard in their ranks, England will hope for a victory every bit as emphatic as their 4-0 win against their hosts at Old Trafford in March.
Commentary comes from John Motson and Graeme Le Saux. Introduced by Gary Lineker , who is joined by Alan Hansen , Ian Wright and lain Dowie. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong INTERACTIVE: audio options (digital satellite/cable only). plus highlights, a scores round-up, statistics and news available to digital viewers
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett. IS)
Dale Winton oversees the get-rich-quick draws.
2/6. The cops file into the Grapes to celebrate their successful drugs bust, while Ken is laid up with flu.
Writers Craig Cash and Phil Mealey; Director Craig Cash; Producers Lucy Ansbro and John Rushton First shown on BBC2
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Romantic comedy drama starring Tim Allen. Middle-aged, middle-class video producer Joe Scheffer finally kicks back against the system after being victimised once too often by the office bully. Review page 53. Director John Pasquin (2001, PG)
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How to Start Your Own Country 1/6. Everyman
Danny Wallace starts his unlikely odyssey. (SU
1.20 2/6. How will Danny Wallace attract new citizens to his flaky-looking domain?
4/6. The difficulties for offspring whose parents have split up. (SU
2/8. The team create a play area.