With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Ben Fogle helps an orphaned black rhino in Kenya. (Revised rpt)
Including a three-bedroom house stuck in the 1960s and a double-fronted terraced abode in Derby. Series producer Caroline Davidson
Exec producer Melanie Eriksen Followed by News; Weather
A lady chauffeur is looking for a suitable property in Four Oaks,
Newark in Nottinghamshire is today's venue, and Tim Wonnacott explores the Georgian splendour of Holkham Hall, Norfolk. IS) Followed by News; Weather
Selling off an exquisite range of ceramics to raise E:2,000 for new conservatory furniture.
Serena inherits some money.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Secrets. A vicar's wife finds her hidden past catching up with her. Helen gets a tempting offer.
Writers Angela Churm and Chrissie Hall
For Whom the Ball Tolls. Is a killer part of a campaign against a building's demolition?
Is Fluffykins in danger of being kidnapped?
Jade joins the dragon scouts.
1/15. Kirsten O'Brien and Mark Speight return with more arty tips, which today include shooting a picture using multicoloured paint balls, and an appraisal of influential artist David Hockney.
More tomorrow at 4.30pm.
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3/9. The show that aims to turn dance novices into the next Britney or Usher. With Reggie Yates. More Thu 5pm.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
The consumer champions right more wrongs and put slippery firms on the spot. With Nicky Campbell. Producer Denise Kelly ; Series editor Sandy Smith
Naomi grapples with her feelings for Sonia, while Kat is worried that Alfie is not taking good care of Nana. Writer Jaden Clark Cast page 40 Rptd 10pm on BBC3
Learning Curve. Diane takes her consultants' exam and passes, but is she ready for promotion? Connie discovers that Elliot can be a pillar of support.
Writer Andrew Cornish ; Producer Oliver Kent ; Director Steve Finn www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity
2/5. After the Wave. HMS Chatham reaches the eastern coast of Sri Lanka, which took the full force of the Boxing Day tsunami, as the docusoap following the varied duties of personnel at Devonport Naval
Command in Plymouth continues. Thousands of homes have been flattened, untold numbers have died and fishing boats have been hurled far inland - how can the Royal Navy help in the face of abject destruction? Producer Christopher Terrill ; Exec producer Olivia Lichtenstein
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Isobel Lang.
5/7. The Naked Rambler. Hardy Steve Gough and his girlfriend plan to cover the 874-mile stroll from
Land's End to John o' Groats, each sporting a pair of hardwearing boots - and nothing else. Will the great British public deem it a barefaced cheek, or happily embrace this display of naked ambition? Could the daring duo actually face arrest or, worse, an attack? ONE life follows their potentially parlous journey.
Producer Richard Macer ; Series editor Todd Austin
13/16. Being Mrs O'Leary 's Cow. Alison believes an airline pilot killed his wife. Yet she also thinks he may, in the near future, prevent a terrible plane crash - but not from behind bars, where he's to remain for years. What should she do? With Patricia Arquette.
Adventure drama starring Joely Fisher. When modern-day pirates kidnap a bride-to-be and kill her fiance during a Caribbean cruise, her sister sets off on a dangerous rescue mission. Review page 57.
Director Rob Hedden (1999,12)
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear A profile of deaf Belgian MP Helga Stevens. Shown on Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2 (SL)
2.15 How to Rescue a House 4/8. Buying an abandoned home in the city of Manchester. (SL)
2.45 Natural World A look at how Europe has come to be invaded by the world's largest owl. (SL)