Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
7/10. More advice for dealing with debt. With Lome Spicer. (5)
Geoff and his partner Theresa, who have relocated to Alicante to set up a grill restaurant.
Series producer Mark Leslie ; Executive
Producer Mark Rubens Followed by News; Weather
A home wrecked by a teeming water tank and a thatched-roof cottage devastated by a fire.
With Nadia Sawalha. Followed by News; Weather
What booty will turn up as Viking enthusiasts take on their Roman counterparts in York? Hosted by Tim Wonnacott.
Trying to raise E:3,000 for a kitchen renovation.
Dylan is shocked by Connor's lack of courage as they go on the run. Repeated at 5.35pm
Looking After Mum. A lonely woman takes drastic action to make her children notice her. Writer Trish Cooke
For cast see page 31
An Egg to Die For. A Russian robbery results in a Miami murder. First shown on ITV
Lola can't wait for the snow to arrive.
Phobos exploits divisions within the group.
The Dumping Ground gang are punished for their mischief-making.
12/13; series two. Michael's spirit returns to tell Marnie that she must face the last challenge.
5/10. Reggie Yates and Fearne Cotton sample life at an American high school.
More on Thursday at 5pm.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Consumer champions Nicky Campbell , Julia Bradbury and Paul Heiney right more customer-service wrongs. Producer Denise Kelly ; Series editor Sandy Smith
The Brannings prepare for Jim's grandson's arrival. Writer Geoff Lindsey For cast see page 31 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [website removed]
Brother's Keeper Mark 's discovery leaves him battling his demons. Kym Marsh and Lynda Bellingham guest.
Writer Peter Lloyd ; Producer Oliver Kent Director Steve Kelly
3/7. Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster. April 1986: a blast at a Soviet nuclear plant emits 400 times more radiation than Hiroshima's bomb. Adrian Edmondson stars in a drama documentary recalling a catastrophe that the UN claims has killed at least 8,000. Bernard Hill narrates.
Writer/Director Nick Murphy ; Series producer Greg Lanning
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
6/8. Warhol: Denied. The joy of some collectors at owning what they believed to be genuine Andy Warhol works has been ruined by the artist's authentication board's declaring them fake. They speak of their disillusionment here as Alan Yentob visits New York to investigate acquiring art by the "Pope of Pop", while Warhol collaborators reveal his unusual working methods. Producer Chris Rodley ; Series producer Janet Lee
2/22. The Song Remains the Same. Getting a pop tune stuck in her head threatens to drive Allison to distraction before she realises that it may be a clue to a missing student. With Patricia Arquette.
I horror starring Vincent Price. In 1645, with England torn apart by Civil War, the infamous witch-hunter
Matthew Hopkins roams the country executing those suspected of witchcraft. Review page 45.
Director Michael Reeves (1968, 18) And Don't Miss...: page 41; Film Trivia: page 49 Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
2.35 Pay Off Your Mortgage in Two Years 3/8. Can two women keep up weekly payments of E900?
3.35 The Afternoon Play 3/5. Your Mother Should Know
An old lady and her daughter-in-law engage in a comedic battle of wills. With Claire Cox, Noah Huntley.