With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
3/10. Healthy advice for the restaurateur who lives on caffeine, nicotine and alcohol.
The man who tours Spain with a bungee trampoline.
Series producer Mark Leslie ; Executive
Producer Mark Rubens Followed by News; Weather
3/10. A couple seek a property in the village they love.
Joan wants to take her grandkids on a great day out. Followed by News; Weather
Which members of the Wetherby and District Silver Band will hit the highest notes?
Stu finds Stingray, but will he get to his hearing in time?
Repeated at 5.35pm
Change of Heart. The recipient of a new heart tracks down his donor's girlfriend in the first of a double bill.
2.35 The Two of Us. A pregnant woman is persuaded to share her good news with her ex-husband. Cast p33
Writer (Change of Heart):
Writer (The Two of Us):
Caring for lions is a dangerous business. (Revised rpt)
A present causes trouble.
Caleb sets out on a rescue mission.
A sponsored ride leads to a confrontation.
Strange things happen when Bouncer introduces a healthy eating regime.
4/13. Goneril and Eden, accused of being witches, face the dunking chair test.
News of a very special lottery, plus a visit from spy author Anthony Horowitz.
See Kids' TV Choices: page
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. 78 Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
5/6. In the Allcock household mum and dad are happy to let their four kids watch a combined total of 140 hours of TV a week all washed down with sugary treats. Kris Murrin reveals a shocking vision of how all the children will look at 40. Tempers fray and emotions run high as every aspect of their lives as a family unit is about to come under scrutiny. Producer Dan Gooding ; Series producer Robin Ashbrook
First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/health
Which domestic catastrophes are houses capable of withstanding? Four dramatic tests are conducted in this one-off programme: a tap left running leads to an overflowing bath crashing through the floor, a second house is set on fire, a third is blasted with the full force of a hurricane and finally, a gas explosion. Producer Susannah Ward
Executive producers Nick Curwin and Magnus Temple The Inside Story: page 90
2/2. At What Cost? A couple go to Russia with love but come home broken-hearted, and a family adopts an abandoned girl in Cambodia - only to discover she isn't an orphan at all. The emotional cost of travelling abroad to adopt can be immense, but for the families who succeed the rewards can make it all worthwhile.
Sophie Okonedo narrates the conclusion of this heart-rending investigation into international adoption.
Director Guy Smith ; Executive producer Paul Woolwich Alison Graham : page 35
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
Highlights of tonight's games, including Chelsea's trip to Aston Villa, where the Blues haven't won in the Premiership for almost seven years. Meanwhile Manchester United and Blackburn meet for the third time in a month following their Carling Cup semi-final, and relegation-threatened Birmingham face a tough task against Liverpool at Anfield.
Presented by Gary Lineker.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Stylish horror starring Vincent Price and Diana Rigg. Someone is killing London's leading theatre critics in hideous parodies of deaths in Shakespeare plays. The police are baffled, especially since the only person with a grudge of such magnitude was a ham who committed suicide years ago. Review page 51.
Director Douglas Hickox (1973, 18)
Followed by Skiing Weather
See Hear Shown Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
2.35 Pay Off Your Mortgage in Two Years 4/8. Mary and Arthur Holleyman have E100,000 to pay. (SU
3.35 Chimp Week 3/6. With night fast approaching.
Gremlin's twins are lost in the jungle.
4.05 Apes in Danger 2/3. The race to save the forest homes of orang-utans in Borneo.