With Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaghan.
A mother and daughter search for a home and business in Northumberland.
A writer seeks a single-storey house in Lancashire with an easy-access garden. Followed by News; Weather
A wholefood store with profits less healthy than its produce.
An eclectic mix of collectables emerge when a Jewish family seek to fund lessons in a commercial aeroplane simulator. Followed by News; Weather
A visit to Dunham Massey stately home en route to Kedleston antiques fair in Derbyshire.
Paul decides Izzy must be silenced. Repeated at 5.35pm
Time's Arrow. Mac meets a darts champion with a wrist injury.
Writer Paul Farrell
Two Birds with One Sloan. Mark enters a quiz show in an attempt to track down a killer.
Paul and Barry are contestants on a game show. Guest starring 3-2-1's Ted Rogers.
Simon almost ruins a homecoming.
Arduous tests of friendship.
Alfred is ensnared by the Penguin.
13/20. Sadie's nervous about her dinner date at David's. Spud and Gadget meet Lou's grandson Alfie.
More on Thursday at 5pm.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
2/4. Crash and Burn. Comfort's life hangs in the balance after her ambulance is hijacked. Continues tomorrow at 7pm. See yesterday's choice.
Writer Jason Sutton Cast on Saturday and Wednesday
Keen to make their presence on the Square felt, Phil and Grant pay late-night visits to Johnny and the Vic. Writer Tony Jordan Cast see page 41 Repeated 10pm BBC3
What made Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen want to quit the series? Which was Linda Barker 's most catastrophic moment? What do the designers think of one another? And what really happened when Oliver Heath clashed with Handy Andy? Find out in this look back at the home makeover show's highs and lows. Dale Winton narrates. Producer Claire Richmond: Executive producer Linda Clifford Laurence in Italy: page 8
5/6. Take Five. Alice has a secret admirer - and a host of other problems - while for Gil, a court case is the first step on the road to a disastrous sexual encounter. Features a cameo from series writer David Renwick and a guest appearance from satirist John Fortune.
Producer Verity Lambert ; Director Sandy Johnson
Geoffrey Strayhom OC:
International round-up. Regional News
Then Weather with Isobel Lang.
7/8. Prime Suspect. The first British police drama to put a woman in charge of a murder squad, Prime Suspect was later used by the Met to help guard against sexism in the workplace. But how accurate a reflection was it of life on the force? The show's technical adviser, former Met officer Jackie Malton , joins writer Lynda La Plante and stars including Helen Mirren in recalling the background to the seminal series. Meera Syal narrates. Director Brendan O'Hara ; Series producer Toby Stevens Alison Graham 's gold standard: page 36
8/16. Lucky. After dreaming of her brother's death, Allison gets a surprise visitor. Meanwhile, an arson case leads to contact with a young girl's ghost. (5)
Brash comedy starring Rik Mayall and Jane Horrocks. A debt-ridden music mogul decides to revive a fading star's career - by having her killed. Review page 61. Director John Henderson (1997,15)
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown on Saturday on BBC2 at 12 noon
7/8. Penney Poyzer meets a family with a huge water bill.
2/6. How rocks influenced the achievements of the ancient.