With Mishal Husain and Michael Peschardt.
P 5/5. After a life-threatening capsize, Ben and James fight to get themselves back together. More at 8pm on BBC2.
An artist wants to leave London for an inspirational setting in the Dorset countryside. Followed by News; Weather
Will a property in Cheshire
Provide an opportunity for a mortgage-free life?
A day a out at London Aquarium and a new bed loom if suitable funds can be raised. Followed by News; Weather
Four hopefuls from BBC2's The Apprentice (which returns next week) compete at Makeney Hall in Derbyshire. COMPETITION: call [number removed] (cost 25p) or visit www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle
Rachel lets slip a family secret.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Amends. A disabled man and his brother have unfinished business. Writers Michael Chappell and Richard Stevens Cast on page 34
Shooting in Rome. Did sabotage cause the death of a stuntman? First shown on ITV
The friends hear strange noises.
Streaky and Bat Hound unite.
Batman star Adam West joins the show to be the voice of Catman.
5/10. Tips from Jonny Wilkinson.
7/8. Stupid refuses to give Goober a holiday.
Out-takes - what things have gone wrong?
Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Including a sport round-up. Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
4/6. The Roman Mysteries by Caroline Lawrence , the history of the Spitfire, birds of prey and the London Underground are the specialist subjects for the brainy boys and girls. John Humphrys hosts.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Victoria Roye
5/10. Charlie Dimmock , Shane Lynch , Arabella Weir and Steve Furst compete in unhinged games such as Argy Bargy Musical Cars. Dougie Anderson hosts. Director Roy Chapman : Producer Claire Zolkwer
First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree
Pauline has last-minute doubts on her big day.
Stacey has something to say, and Patrick tells Pat his decision, but it doesn't go according to plan. Writer Tony Jordan For cast see page 34
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
A chance to revisit the legal drama's first ever episode. Rough Justice. Deed presides over a rape case in which Jo Mills is the prosecutor, and provokes anger with his judgement in a wife-beating case. Guest-starring theatre critic Sheridan Morley.
Writer/Producer GF Newman; Director Mary McMurray Save on classic dramas on DVD: page
Judge John Deed:
Jo Mills OC:
Rita Coop Cooper:
Sir Michael Nivan:
Sir Ian Rochester:
Judge Robert Home:
Dermot Murnaghan. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
7/8. Celebrity couples, mobiles and the mysteries of love are the subjects of the impressionist's musings in his penultimate round-up of the wacky world of advertising, and there's a selection of eccentric commercials featuring children's antics, adults behaving like children and very embarrassing Dads. Director Patricia Mordecai ; Producer Sue Fox
I Reflective romantic fantasy comedy starring
Gwyneth Paltrow as a young woman living in London whose destiny hinges on whether she catches a train or not. Review page 57.
Director Peter Howitt (1997,15) Film Trivia: page 59
Romantic comedy starring
Lance Bass and Joey Fatone from pop band NSync. A shy executive meets the girl of his dreams, but doesn't take her number. After covering Chicago with posters, he's inundated with calls, but will he find the right girl? Review page 57.
Director Eric Bross (2001. PG)
Followed by Weatherview