With Dermot Murnaqhan and Sian Williams.
It's the final curtain for Hall Green Little Theatre in Birmingham, unless the troubleshooters can elicit an encore.
A flat with a sea view in Kent, a bungalow in Derbyshire and a Georgian property in Lancashire. Postponed from 2 March Followed by News; Weather
Will a makeover for a 1970s semi Pique the interest of buyers in Leicester?
A piece of "old tat" has a Pleasant surprise in store as a family try to fund a trip down memory lane. Followed by News; Weather
A couple of cabbies compete against a brace of bus drivers at a London antiques fair.
Susan struggles in the wake of Alex's death. Janae warms to Kim. Repeated at 5.35pm
Kiss Goodbye. Three generations of women struggle to cope with a terrible loss. Rob asks Faith to move in with him.
Writer Tom Ogden Cast p30
Mr Monk and the Very, Very Old Man. Was the world's oldest man murdered?
4/15. Paul enters Barry in a hidden-camera show.
Pitt turns detective, and lawyer.
There's sabotage afoot at the first race of the grand prix. Two actors from the show are on Blue Peter tomorrow at 5pm.
3/6. Arguments over the killing of some frogs, and a sighting of a river dolphin.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. news.bbc.co.uk
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
2/8. Running a mile non-stop is the next challenge for the would-be London Marathon runners, and for many it's a struggle. Coaches Steve Cram and Sally Gunnell push them through the pain barrier. But injuries mean the dream could be over for some.
Series producer Ian Holt ; Executive producer Annette Clarke
Sonia struggles with her feelings for Naomi.
Writer Rob Gittins This week's episodes produced by Jyoti Fernandes and directed by Caroline Jeffries Cast on page 30 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
New series 1/8. Teachers suffering breakdowns, kids drinking and joyriding - just a normal day at Waterloo Road comprehensive, focus of this gritty new drama. Can the deputy head survive his first day in the job?
Writers Maureen Chadwick and Ann McManus ; Producer
Claire Phillips ; Director Barnaby Southcombe Thursday's one-woman show: page 57
8/8. Rebecca's future is in question after the hotel receives a damning inspection report. Meanwhile, Charlie must look after the volatile witness (Steven Berkoff ) in a gangland trial. Series two is in production.
Writer Tony Basgallop ; Producer Christopher Aird
Director Keith Boak
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In the final episode of this glossy drama, the five stars the hotel takes such pride in are looking a bit tarnished. There have been complaints. Not enough to put the place in the Fawlty Towers league, but enough to warrant the arrival of the chain's European director to shake them up. And hotel manager Rebecca looks both shaken and stirred.
Also visiting, under guard, is an armed robber (Steven Berkoff) who's the star witness in a gangland trial. At least this adds edge to an episode that's as fluffy as the hotel's towelling robes.
There's to be a second series early next year. (Jane Rackham)
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
A panel of movers and shakers comes to the Wiltshire city of Salisbury, the venue for more topical debate initiated by a studio audience. David Dimbleby chairs. Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Nick Pisani CONTACT: phone [number removed] (cost 25p), or email via the website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime. Plus Ceefax page
Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo take a lively look back at seven days in politics.
Producers Jessica Atkinson , Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald
Followed by Weatherview
Stepfamilies 5/5. Past problems affect Adrian's present life.
One year on from the ban on hunting with dogs, what's changed?
10/10. Lome Spicer helps people who just can't seem to stop spending.