With Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaqhan.
Breakfast Briefing at 6.00; weather every half-hour from 6.15; national/ regional news half-hourly from 6.27. Editor David Kermode
2/5. Bingers. As the UK gears up for new licensing laws, three binge-drinkers talk about their lifestyle and motivations.
Real-life medical drama. Followed by News; Weather
A young family are looking for a home in Surrey.
A classy piece of furniture is the aim of the game for a woman living in Dorset. followed by News; Weather
Contestants scour York for low-priced antiques. IS)
Lil begs Susan to tell Karl about Izzy's terrible deception.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Deeper and Down. Helen has reason to be concerned about a Patient on an archaeological dig. Writer Jeremy Hylton Davies
The Killer within. Mysterious deaths occur in a rehab ward - could the therapist be culpable?
The duo work as assistants at the town hall.
The five friends meet the mysterious Obsidian.
What stands in the way of superstardom for Ellis and Archie?
Is Bradley's art scam going to pay off?
Sophie Raworth , Bill Turnbull.
Followed by Weather with Helen Young.
Nicky Campbell , Julia Bradbury and Paul Heiney right some more consumer wrongs.
Producer Alan Holland : Series producer Alex Loughran
Chrissie faces losing Jake and Alfie feels nervous on the day of Nana's hospital tests. Peggy - whose story is told in EastEnders Revealed: The Duchess
Returns on BBC3 at 8pm - goes to visit Sam in prison. Writer Shaun Duggan For cast see page 37 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
Days of Repentance. Michael uses Chrissie as a scapegoat when a virus spreads through the hospital.
Writer Chris Jury ; Producer Oliver Kent ; Director Steve Finn
Fiona Dunn Pia:
Rabbi Ben Silver:
Sabine Wyatt Caroline:
2/6. Death and Nurses. Alice's star chart indicates the time is right to meet her perfect partner. In a parallel life, Gil is distracted from his writing by the amorous advances of a beautiful narcoleptic.
Writer David Renwick
Producer Verity Lambert ; Director Christine Gernon The Inside Story: page 84
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Isobel Lang.
4/8. How a dramatisation of Robert Graves's classic tale of power play in ancient Rome met with colossal obstacles including legal difficulties, critical reaction and an ancient curse, before becoming a huge television hit in 1976. With contributions from Derek Jacobi and John Hurt. Meera Syal narrates.
Documentary: Drama Connections 10.35pm BBC1
There's a full complement of top-notch actors in the latest Drama Connections who queue up to talk glowingly of the fabulous 1976 BBC2 series, I Claudius.
Claudius himself, the mighty Derek Jacobi, still has warm memories of a riveting drama - a drama many thought was unmakable. There had been previous attempts to film Robert Graves's book, but they were all doomed to fail. John Hurt (who was barmy Caligula), Sian Phillips and Brian Blessed discuss their memories of a production that at first looked as if it was to go the way of all the others. "We were dreadful, we just couldn't make it natural, we were awful," booms Blessed. Yet, somehow, the public latched on to I Claudius and it quickly became a huge, talked-about hit. (AG)
5/16. The Other Side of the Tracks. Devalos probes the case of a teenager who has confessed to murder. Starring Patricia Arquette.
Gritty crime drama starring
Kiefer Sutherland , Radha Mitchell and Anthony LaPaglia.
Forced into retirement by a heart condition, a Boston cop is resigned to a quiet life until his ne'er-do-well stepbrother introduces him to a scam. Review page 53. Director Mark Malone (2002, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown on Saturday on BBC2 at 12 noon (SD
2.10 Bring Your Husband to Heel 4/6. Ron has a love in his life he refuses to give up: his horse.
2.40 No Waste Like Home 4/8. A Berkshire family's fuel bill is twice the national average. (RXSMSL)
3.10 Ray Mears 's Bushcraft 4/5. Ray spends time with the Sami people of Sweden.