With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams. IS)
7/10. The search for 37-year-old Jeff Moore of Fareham, Hampshire and 55-year-old Alan Harding.
A mid-terrace in Liverpool, a Norfolk bungalow and historic cottages in Devon all get a visit. Director/Producer Melanie Eriksen
<R) Followed by News; Weather
A neglected house in Didsbury, Manchester is turned into a bright and stylish home.
A new mobility chair could answer the prayers of an arthritis patient. Followed by News; Weather
Two clowns and a team of high-flying tightrope walkers compete in the antiques game.
The struggles of 39-year-old actor and director Dominic Gray as he undergoes an urgent operation to remove a carcinogenic growth from his face.
There's a surprise entrant in the Mr Erinsborough contest.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Wedding receptions on both sides of the Channel need an injection of cash.
The Trouble with Seth. Dr Seth's surgery is the scene of a bloodbath. First shown on ITV
A TV consumer programme annoys the boys.
Hubcaps are transformed into fish sculptures.
More tomorrow at 4.30pm.
Four pairs of dancers compete for votes in the grand final.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
The evergreen consumer show looks into customer grievances and takes underachieving companies to task. With Nicky Campbell , Julia Bradbury , Paul Heiney. Producer Graeme Thomson ; Series editor Sandy Smith
Sonia faces the truth that her marriage may be over.
Writer Tony Etchells For more cast see page 140 Repeated at
10pm on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
Little Mo Mitchell:
The Long Goodbye. Owen returns to work and reaches a momentous decision. With Ron Moody.
Casualty @ Holby City starts on Christmas Eve at 8pm
Repeated with sign language at 1.10am on Thursday 22 December
4/5. The Thursday War. Each Thursday, Plymouth is turned into a war zone as warships, submarines, jet fighters and Royal Marines engage in simulated conflict on land, sea and air. How will Angela Thomas find time for her opera group's production of HMS Pinafore? The final episode is tomorrow at 7pm.
Producer Christopher Terrill ; Exec producer Olivia Lichtenstein
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
1/2. It Was Twenty Years Ago Today. Live Aid in remains an pivotal moment in popular culture, but could history repeat itself? This documentary tells how Bob Geldof , Bono and Richard Curtis staged the vast pan-global concerts of 2 July 2005. Includes interviews with Tony Blair , Robbie Williams and Paul McCartney. Concludes tomorrow at 10.40pm.
Producer Anna Davies ; Executive producer Phil Craig
3/6. Apocalypse Still. Bob pays a visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
12.05 AM 4/6. Perfect Zero. Mali and the city of Timbuktu. Concludes tomorrow 12 midnight VIDEO Plus+ code for 11.35pm-12.40am (non-PDC)
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
1.25 How to Rescue a House 7/8. Restorations. (SU
1.55 Natural World Can our countryside one day return to its former wild glory?
2.45 The Story of God 1/3. Do prehistoric cave paintings indicate the dawn of spiritual awareness?