Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Turnbull.
10/10. Vetting three delightful Properties in Turkey's cultural capital, Istanbul.
Contrasting properties in Somerset, south London and Kent. Followed by News; Weather
5/5. Getting the best deal on a laptop in Manhattan. Followed by News; Weather
Thomas Plant and Colin Young help out two teams in Wetherby, west Yorkshire.
Selling clutter to raise E600 to build a home sauna.
Dylan's pride takes a beating.
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Perfect Day. Why is Faith's old friend reluctant to start a family?
Writer Claire Bennett
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Dance of Danger. A newspaper reporter's dance partner is found stabbed to death.
5/5. The day of the party dawns. With guests Dick and Dom plus the Cheeky Girls. Children in Need is live at 7pm. Writers Gary Lawson and John Phelps
9/13. The gang reverse the cloning process.
Writer Ged Allen
Konnie Huq hosts the judging from the London Eye for Blue Peter's book of the year.
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a sport round-up.
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
The annual fundraising extravaganza for underprivileged children reaches its 26th year as Terry Wogan, Pudsey Bear and new co-hosts Fearne Cotton and Natasha Kaplinsky introduce a spectacular evening of fun featuring a host of famous faces. Throughout the night, there'll be regular reports from around the UK, appeal films and news of how the money will be spent. Liberty X get the party started with the official BBC Children in Need single A Night to Remember, while evergreen rockers Status Quo jet into RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire, the venue for a colossal fundraising concert. Plus Candice from Coronation Street, aka Nikki Sanderson , singing a soul classic in the studio.
7.30 Casualty's Sam and Guppy (Luke Bailey and Elyes Gabel ) raise temperatures with a musical surprise, and boy band Westlife sing live from Belfast.
8.00 Bruce Forsyth goes Strictly Tap Dancing,
Girls Aloud join the party at RAF Brize Norton , while First Lady of pop Madonna performs live in the studio.
8.30 * EastEnders jailbird Sam Mitchell flees Walford to warble a classic track, and the cast of Emmerdale croon three tracks from the film High Society.
9.00 * Billie Piper and David Tennant star in a special Russell T Davies-penned scene from Doctor Who. Plus girl group Sugababes live in Wrexham, and a set from Scottish singer/songwriter KT Tunstall in Glasgow.
9.30 * Catherine Tate gets into a bit of "bovver" in Albert Square and Rod Stewart performs a favourite from his American songbook. Continues at 10.35pm.
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With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
Comedic surprises from the Dead Ringers mimics, plus live music from Irish superstars the Corrs and jazz-and blues-influenced singer/songwriter Katie Melua.
U 11.00 * BBC newsreaders make headlines with an unusual take on a rock anthem, while Craig David and Texas provide somewhat more traditional sounds.
11.30 * Put faces to names as the cast of Ambridge act out a mini episode of The Archers live. Then Madonna and jazz star Jamie Cullum take to the studio stage.
12.00 * Emmerdale's Chloe - aka Amy Nuttall - sings songs from My Fair Lady, and Canadian rocker Bryan Adams raises the roof with one of his biggest hits.
1.00am * Welsh classical sensation Katherine
Jenkins sings live, while stars from London's West End shows drop in to perform. And, as the night's total is announced, G4 round off this year's extravaganza. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Elaine Paterson
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Followed by Weatherview