With Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaghan. is
2/10. Today's staged break-in takes place at a Victorian terrace in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands.
Real-life medical drama. Followed by News; Weather
A mill worker's cottage and a house with a wartime souvenir in its walls are up for auction.
(Revised repeat) Followed by News; Weather
2/5. Today's auction comes from Grantham, Lincolnshire. TO TAKE PART: for details of a viewers' competition, call [number removed]0800 (calls cost 25p) or visit www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle
2/5. Shopping, spa treatments, charity events - a busy schedule for a lady who lunches.
Kayla goes into labour.
Repeated at 5.35pm
0 to 60. Faith helps out a friend at a soup kitchen.
Writer Ray Brooking
Rescue Me. A case of fatal attraction for Jesse.
Jenny and her dad go camping.
The tribe are hungry for fresh meat.
Will Taj help out his business - and love-rival Michael?
A team from the Grove takes on Jesmond Grange at tennis.
(More on Thursday at 5pm)
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. (5) Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
A book-loving conman who duped charities, swindled writers - and even found a way to make money from the deceased. With Nicky Campbell.
Producer Graeme Thomson : Series producer Alex Loughran
Peggy gleans interesting information from Johnny. Writer Lin Coghlan For cast see page 43 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
Family Planning. Dean fears that disability has ruined his chances of becoming a surgeon.
Writer Nic Ransom; Producer Claire Armspach ; Director
Simon Massey www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity
On 5 October 1999, 31 people died and hundreds were injured when two trains collided at Ladbroke Grove in west London. This fact-based drama, which examines the fight for justice by victims' families and the disturbing findings of the Cullen Inquiry, poses awkward questions. Were lives lost for the sake of profit? Continues after the news at 10.35pm.
DRAMA Derailed 9.00pm, 10.35pm BBC1
The Paddington rail disaster of 1999 killed 31 and led to huge convulsions in a rail industry that was already facing criticism after the Southall crash two years earlier. Here, writer Stephen Greenhorn uses official transcripts to compile a dramatised account of the Paddington collision, focusing on the impact on bereaved families.
Director Kenny Glenaan (of the brilliant Gas Attack) brings a typically naturalistic touch to Derailed as we follow three stories: those of the parents of victim Elaine Kellow; the widow of Michael Hodder, who was driving one of the trains involved in the collision; and Railtrack's then chief executive, Gerald Corbett (all played by actors).
The actual crash is dealt with very well - we simply see fire engulfing our screens, intercut with news footage from the day. And the grief and later anger of the relatives is vivid and upsetting - there's a particularly harrowing scene where Elaine Kellow's parents identify her body. But Derailed goes so far out of its way to be understated that, in television-drama terms, it's rather flat. (Alison Graham)
Linda di Lieto:
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
The conclusion to tonight's sobering drama.
3/16. Night of the Wolf. A recurring nightmare holds vital clues for Allison in a murder hunt. The absorbing US drama starring Patricia Arquette as a real-life research spiritualist continues.
Whimsical romantic crime drama starring Rebecca De Mornay and William H Macy. A con artist on the run meets an introverted car mechanic who is unknowingly about to inherit a fortune, and sets out to seduce him into marriage. Review page 60. Director Steven Schachter (1998, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
Bring Your Husband to Heel 2/6. Will dog-training tips make a new man of a techno-geek? (SL)
3/3. Domestic strife. (SD