With Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaghan.
3/10. A Brighton break-in, followed by tips on how it could easily have been avoided.
The latest events at Guy's and St Thomas ' in London. FOllowed by News; Weather
In St Leonard's-on-Sea, East Sussex, to see a house divided into flats in need of updating. (Revised rot)
3/5. Will there be any own goals when the women's England football team compete in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire? FOllowed by News; Weather
3/5. Meeting the 34-year-old traveller who lives in a van and winters in Portugal.
Boyd breaks protocol at the birth. Repeated at 5.35pm
Tormenting Thoughts. Helen encounters patients with similar Psychological conditions.
Writer Marcus Goodwin
Never Say Die. Steve's protege runs into trouble when he enrols at the gym.
Fiona catches Paul grooming Jenny's pony.
Stef is in need of some help.
A plumbing problem is probed.
Taj decides to hang up his Rudeboy boots.
Matt and Gethin train as TV samurai and seven-year-old DJ Yeah is in the studio.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
By the Liberal
3/8. Sales rep Harry Hayhurst is set the task of driving his grandson and his two mates around London - a place he hasn't been to in over 30 years - in order to put him in the shoes of the dithering drivers he loathes. Plus serial tailgater Simone Rendell Shelby is strapped into a car-crash simulator, and Essex cabbie Peter Williams is prescribed a fresh driving test.
Series producer Rukhsana Mosarrv Exec producer Nick Shearman
A hoax caller plays havoc on the emergency channel and the lifeboat is called when a yacht breaks down at night in a busy shipping lane. Fay Ripley narrates. Director Karen Beland ; Series producer Lucinda Axelsson
5/5. African Assassin. A three-toed sloth lies dead in the Amazon jungle and the suspects for this killing range from deadly jaguars and killer bees to crafty boa constrictors. But all is not what it seems. Can you get to the truth and identify the true culprit before narrator David Attenborough reveals all?
Producer James Brickell ; Series producer Hilary Jeffkins
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
Tale of Two Cities. Trident - the Met's elite squad investigating shootings within black communities - probe the killing of a 19-year-old man shot dead in a doorway in south London's vibrant Afro-Caribbean community of Brixton, while the arrest of a drug importer leads another team to Kingston, Jamaica. Producer Jane Sayers ; Executive producer Roger Graef
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
4/6. Gossip is rife about Ken's on-off date with Tanya.
Writers Craig Cash and Phil Mealey ; Director Craig Cash ; Producers Lucy Ansbro and John Rushton First shown on BBC2
Followed by National Lottery Update
Earnest action thriller. Jeff Daniels stars as a human-rights activist who arrives in a Mexican border town to oversee union elections and soon encounters murderous activity. Review page 61.
Director Rowdy Herrington (2003, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
How to Start Your Own Country 4/6. Danny seeks advice from America's toughest sheriff. (SL)
5/6. Children aged between seven and 11 film the minutiae of their lives. (SL)
3/12; series two. Dave Barnes beds in a princely planting of exotic palms. (SL)
2.30 4/12; series two. It's the day of the plant auction at the gardens. (SL)
6/8. The team come up with an African-themed design for a dining area. (SL)