With Mishal Husain and Simon McCoy.
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10/10. Lisa Welsh has one true love, food. But after a recent diagnosis of diabetes she has to change her lifestyle.
A writer seeks a single-storey house in Lancashire, with an easy-access garden. Followed by News; Weather
10/10. A couple seek the perfect country cottage in picturesque Worcestershire.
A lecturer in travel and tourism wants to visit every country in the African continent.
Followed by News; Weather
Which couple will find domestic bliss when they compete at a Derby antiques fair?
Paul fears for the safety of his loved ones, while Rachel plays a dangerous game.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Out of the Past. Jimmi helps the daughter of an Alzheimer's patient. Elizabeth rails against nosiness. Writer Simon Lubert
For cast see page 33
Nailed. Gossip proves to be costly in a stylish beauty salon.
First shown on ITV
Bat Hound has a crisis in confidence, then Melanie has trouble with a teleporter.
The twins try to help the Colonel's love life.
6/8. King Stupid and Goober scare each other silly.
A look at Britain's best medal hopes as the Winter Olympics opening ceremony approaches.
The event, live from Turin, is live on BBC2 tonight at 6pm.
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Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Including a sport round-up. IS) 38) Followed by Weather with Susan Powell.
3/6. More pint-sized brainboxes step up to the infamous black chair, answering questions on the history of the space shuttle, English Test cricket since 2000, The Dam Busters and Harry Potter. John Humphrys is the man with the answers.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Victoria Roye
4/10. It's a Fame Academy special as tutors David Grant , Jeremy Milne and Kevin Adams and judge Richard Park go head to head. Battling it out in a series of contests, there is singing all the way - but which two stars will make it to the final, where they get to launch a car at 100mph, aiming to hit as many giant coconuts as they can? It's mad, bad and certainly looks dangerous. Hosted by Dougie Anderson. Director Roy Chapman ; Producer Claire Zolkwer
First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree
Sonia is confused about her feelings. Patrick struggles to keep up with Yolande and Pat's demands. Writers Mark Hiser and Bridget Colgan For cast see page 32
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
6/6. Heart of Darkness. Refusing to have her baby vaccinated with the MMR jab in the belief that it's dangerous, a wife finds herself taking on both her husband and the might of a pharmaceutical company. But then dramatic new evidence comes to light. Judge John will return in the new year.
Writer/Producer/Director GF Newman
Judge John Deed:
Rita Coop Cooper:
Sir Monty Everard:
Sir Ian Rochester:
Sir Joseph Channing:
Sir Alan Peasmarsh:
Sir Percy Thrower:
Dr David Barbara:
Dr Catriona Rintoul:
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
6/8. Jon Culshaw , Dead Ringers' man of many guises, looks at the world of superheroes and shares some tactics to scare off unwanted admirers, including a host of ads that use sex to sell some unlikely things. Director Patricia Mordecai ; Producer Sue Fox
Violent fantasy action adventure based on the Marvel comics character, starring Wesley Snipes as vampire killer Blade. In a world where vampires and humans co-exist in relative harmony, maverick bloodsucker Deacon Frost threatens to unleash a powerful force that will take over the Earth. Review page 48.
Director Stephen Norrington (1998,18)
Followed by Weatherview