With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Too much motherly love leaves Evelyn the baby giraffe fighting for life.
A vandalised terraced house, a two-bedroom abode with potential and 29 acres of Somerset farmland. Followed by News; Weather
Bargain hunting in Amiens, northern France, one-time home to author Jules Verne. Followed by News; Weather
Philippa Deeley and Nigel Smith offer expert advice to two teams in Lincolnshire as they scour Swinderby antiques fair for bargains.
Peter Traylen tries to fund a birthday trip aboard the Orient
Express for his mother.
Stuart puts himself in mortal danger. Susan and Alex's romance finally heats up.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Dream Time. Inexplicable
! childhood dreams give George an excuse to test some Aborigine cures she learnt in Australia.
Writer Ray Brooking
On the Beach. While stuck at home with a broken leg, Dr Sloan notices his neighbour acting suspiciously.
Robbie plays a nasty trick on Stephanie.
The duo run for the highest office.
Demons seem determined to spoil Jade's birthday.
Money problems compel Patrick to try his hand at gambling.
2/9. Scouts, footballers and musicians are up for audition.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. <S)
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
New series 1/8. The life of London bus drivers comes under the spotlight, starting with Terry Liburd , whose shift on the number 35 brings her into contact with some of the capital's less appreciative travellers.
Series producer Rachel Bliss ; Exec producer Nick O'Dwyer
Alfie sets about fulfilling another of Nana's wishes. Writers Bridget Colgan/Mark Hiser This week's episodes produced by Julie Press and directed by Mark Sendell For cast see page 49 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 (AD)
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8/15. Tulkinghorn is close to piecing together Lady Dedlock's secret. More tomorrow at 8.30pm.
Repeated next Sunday (AD) Phil Davis 's big break: p44; Your weekly catch-up: p48
DRAMA OF THE WEEK Bleak House 8.00pm BBC1
We're halfway through this mesmerising serial and it shows no sign of letting up. Tonight, there's a sense of the narrative turning a corner. One astonishing scene towards the end (I won't divulge details) is likely to leave the entire viewing audience shattered and weepy - it certainly left me an emotional wreck.
Before that, there's more nastiness from that prowling wolf Tulkinghorn, so deliciously brought to life by Charles Dance. He gets hold of something he has waited a long time for, but that doesn't stop him sharpening his claws.
Meanwhile, Phil Davis continues to have a ball as the repulsive "Shake me up, Judy" Smallweed, who tonight picks over the remains of Krook's little empire, looking for loot.
As ever, each frame is composed to perfection, each face lit like an oil painting, and the acting is out of this world. You might want to take the phone off the hook. David Butcher Phil Davis's big break: page 44 Your weekly catch-up: page 48.
7/8. The Sharp End. There's twists and turns galore as the trainee troopers take their final examination. Series producer Charlie Clay; Series editor Bill Locke Tales from the Palaces concludes at 9pm on BBC4
2/6. Dafydd succumbs to anti-gay pressure and finds a girlfriend. Judy Finnigan , Richard Madeley ,
Nigel Havers and Rob Brydon guest. Strong language. Director Declan Lowney ; Producer Geoff Posner
Repeated next Tuesday on BBC3 (AD) The Inside Story: page
2/7. Tuesday. Howard feels the long arm of the law after offering colleague Eve a lift home.
Writers/Directors/Producers Mark Bussell and Justin Sbresni
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
David Dimbleby leads the debate in Fareham, Hampshire. Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Nick Pisani CONTACT: phone [number removed](cost 25p). send a text to [number removed] or email via the website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime. Plus Ceefax page
10/13. The past seven days in politics.
Producers Jessica Atkinson , Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald
Followed by Holiday Weather
Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm (SL)
on Sea 4/8. There's a staff shortage. (sL)
5/5. Meet the magazine editor who changed career to become a jazz singer. (SL)
6/8. A foul-mouthed cockney cabbie tries to calm his ways. (SL)