With Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaghan.
A fun-loving pair want to relocate to Northamptonshire.
The latest events at Guy's and 5t Thomas' in London. Followed by News; Weather
A Black Country woman can't sell her family home.
A visit to a house that once belonged to a pop star. followed by News; Weather
An antiques fair in Derby is the venue for the show.
Janelle's in financial hot water.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Free to Air. Faith helps a pirate radio disc jockey with asthma.
Writer Jeremy Hylton Davies
Voices Carry. Dr Sloan and an old colleague join forces to catch a serial killer.
Jess takes care of Ellen when she's ill.
Birds and flu keep Mona busy.
Mum mistakenly picks up Taj's memory stick. Can he get it back before she finds out the truth?
Liz learns to fight like a knight. Plus, make your own Doctor Who pen pots.
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams.
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
2/8. Will replacing speed freak Linda's Golf GTI with a 1970s Reliant Robin teach her to curb her aggression? And can bouncer Shane bridle wife Sabrina's behind-the-wheel bullying? Dr Lisa Dorn targets the ragers' issues, and calls on a martial arts expert for help.
Series producer Rukhsana Mosarrt Exec producer Nkzk Shearman
It's the hottest day ever recorded in Britain and millions head for the beach. As the heat takes its toll, there are an unprecedented number of emergencies.
Director Martin Hicks ; Series producer Lucinda Axelsson
4/5. African Assassin. Big cats, jackals, hyenas - even vultures and giant snakes - are all on the suspect list when a young Thomson's gazelle is found dead on the African plains. Can forensic science help find the killer in this wildlife whodunnit? David Attenborough narrates. Producer Holly Spearing ; Series producer Hilary Jeffkins
1/3. The work of Trident, the Metropolitan Police's operational command unit dedicated to tackling gun crime in London's black communities.
The north London team investigate the killing of a 24-year-old member of a notorious gang. Although the shooting happened on a busy main road, it seems nobody recognised the gunman or his accomplice. Strong content.
Pick of the Day: Murder Blues: Rod Austin, one of the special detectives tackling London's rising gun crime
Documentary of the Week: Murder Blues 9.00 Pm BBC1
I'll be surprised if a more sobering, frightening documentary comes along this year, and for anyone living in London this stark and terrifying picture of gun crime will probably provide the most unwelcome of wake-up calls.
Murder Blues focuses on the work of the Metropolitan Police's Operation Trident, set up to tackle the "black on black" gun crime that's ravaging the city and leaving many streets at the mercy of murderous gangs. The figures speak for themselves: 70 per cent of London's shootings are between members of the black community, more than 100 of whom have been shot dead in the past five years.
As one police officer ruefully remarks, in the old days fights and feuds were settled with fists. Now gun use is utterly routine, the weapons wielded by people who are unafraid to use them to "resolve" the pettiest of disputes. One man is lucky to escape with his life after he's held at gunpoint during a road rage incident, another is forced to move house after he's ambushed at gunpoint outside his home. Trident is also called to investigate the shooting dead of a notorious gang member in Tottenham, north London. We follow the inquiry as police probe the man's immediate past to look for anyone with a motive. (Alison Graham)
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett. <S)
3/6: series two. Jean's hopes of going to Crete fade.
Writers Craig Cash and Phil Meatey ; Director Adrian Shergold ; Producers Lucy Ansbro and John Rushton First shown on BBC2
Followed by National Lottery Update
Quirky comedy drama starring
Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts. Luckless criminal Jerry Welbach is forced to choose between his relationship with the beautiful Samantha and his own wellbeing when the Mob require a man to head south of the border to retrieve an antique pistol. Review page 52.
Director Gore Verbinski (2001, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
How to Start Your Own Country 3/6. Danny Wallace taps Noam Chomsky for tips on leadership. (SD
1.40 My Life as a Child 3/6. Children aged between 7 and 11 film the minutiae of their lives. (Sl)
2.20 A Year at Kew 1/12; series two. A royal visit means a major makeover in the Palm House. (Sl)
2.50 2/12; series two. High winds force the gardens to close for the first time in 15 years. (Sl)
3.20 DIY SOS 4/8. A tired lounge-diner becomes a modern space with an Art Deco twist. (SL)