With Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaghan.
8/10. Thieves in Hornchurch,
Essex are foiled.
Real-life medical drama. Followed by News; Weather
A detached house in Devon and a Manchester property with bags of character. (Revised rpt)
E500 is the target for a sale of musical memorabilia. Followed by News; Weather
Who's got an eye for a bargain in Hungerford, Berkshire?
Regional News; Weather (5)
Boyd makes a rash commitment. Repeated at 5.35pm
Mind Games. Sibling rivalry is at the heart of Greg's latest case.
Writers Carole Budgen and John Hales
Mrs Jane Manners:
The Roast. A celebratory dinner ends in homicide.
Paul and Barry investigate the paranormal.
Who's the best cook - Liane or Drosera?
Archie and Ellis create an unusual pizza portrait.
Matt meets the creators of Wallace and Gromit, and there's a look at origami.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Followed by Weather with Darren Bett. (5)
4/8. Will a lOOmph lap of the Silverstone race track cure a traffic warden's reckless obsession with speed? Series producer Rukhsana Mosam ; Executive producers
Grant Mansfield and Nick Shearman
The annual Zap Cat powerboat races in Newquay,
Cornwall end in disaster for one participant, despite dozens of extra lifeguards on duty. Fay Ripley narrates. Director Karen Beland ; Series producer Lucinda Axelsson
Did you know that evidence of our earliest wrangles with arithmetic can be found on an ancient baboon's bone? History fan Terry Jones takes an entertaining and typically offbeat look at number systems around the world, revealing that while they have informed many of our greatest advances - from the theories of Pythagoras to technological leaps made possible by binary - they have also been at the root of some great stupidities, including a bizarre bid to ban zero. Director Nick Murphy ; Executive producer Jasper James The Music of the Primes explores a mathematical minefield, 9pm BBC4 The Inside Story: page 92
3/3. Left for Dead. 20 May 2004, Tottenham, north London: while his wife and stepdaughter get ready for church, Douglas Mullings confronts youths who have damaged his car. One of them makes a phone call - and minutes later, the family man is gunned down by a masked hitman. As his life hangs in the balance, the Met's Trident team takes up the case. Can they persuade witnesses to testify, or will fear of reprisals enable the attackers to evade justice?
Producer Ben Rumney ; Executive producer Roger Graef
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
5/6; series two. The pub's future looks uncertain. Will Ken quit, and if so, will the Grapes become a "fun pub"?
Writers Craig Cash and Phil Mealey ; Director Craig Cash: Producers Lucy Ansbro and John Rushton First shown on BBC2
Followed by National Lottery Update
Tough action thriller starring Sylvester Stallone and Billy Dee Williams.
A pair of New York cops hunt a ruthless terrorist who is carrying out seemingly random attacks on the city.
Review page 52. (1981, 18)
Followed by Weatherview
How to Start Your Own Country 5/6. Danny tries to kickstart his faltering economy.
1.20 Secrets of the Sexes 1/3. Experiments highlight the differences between men and women.
2.20 A Year at Kew 5/12; series two. A mission to save endangered plants on a remote island. (SU
2.50 6/12; series two. In search of fungi. (SU
3.20 DIY SOS Shown on Monday at 8.30pm