With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
4/4. Now free, a young girl tells the story of how she was smuggled into the UK and made a domestic servant.
A flat overlooking the Queen's
Club in London, and a house with a far less appealing view. Followed by News; Weather
A struggling optician's sets its sights on a profitable future, with help from the business experts.
It's a photo finish as two teams of antique hunters compete at
Warwick racecourse. Followed by News; Weather
Some lucky chickens could be moving house if their owner can raise the necessary.
Paul becomes suspicious of Ned. Repeated at 5.35pm
The Sting. Julia sees a face from the past she'd rather forget. Sarah admonishes Nick for involving her in his petty games. Writer Kevin Scouter Cast p30
Mr Monk and the Blackout. When three people are murdered, clues Point to activist Winston Brenner. If only he wasn't dead.
Paul gives Barry a birthday surprise he'll never forget.
The story concludes tomorrow, 3.25pm.
Pitt invents the wheel, but it just makes Kantrop's job harder. (S)
What will happen when Togger and Tanya find themselves shut in a toilet cubicle together?
6/6. Lack of sleep and the intense heat take their toll as the team struggle to finish the monkey enclosure.
Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. news.bbc.co.uk Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
5/8. Coaches Steve Cram and Sally Gunnell believe the key to success this month is teaching the runners to cope mentally. But while their techniques work for some, one of the team is close to dropping out.
Series producer Ian Holt ; Executive producer Annette Clarke
Ruby feels betrayed by her dad's lies, and a car chase ensues as Johnny's threats bring Phil to boiling point. Writer James Payne This week's episodes produced by Martha Hillier and directed by John Greening Cast on page 30
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [website removed]
4/8. Tom begins to wonder whether Lorna really did have a miscarriage. Meanwhile, as the rambunctious school drama continues, what's a six-foot-tall bunny rabbit doing on the school roof?
Writers Maureen Chadwick and Ann McManus
Producer Claire Phillips ; Director Julie Edwards
2/3. As Patrick's own family life crumbles, he throws himself into the task of fulfilling other couples' dreams, but employs increasingly controversial methods in this second slice of Tony Marchant 's thoughtful drama.
Producer Sarah Brown ; Director John Strickland
See a lighter side to Daniela Denby-Ashe in My Family, tomorrow 830pm
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
As Russia's President Vladimir Putin prepares to host a G8 summit, the programme visits Moscow. There, an audience still adapting to life post-Soviet Union questions a panel including British Foreign Office minister Douglas Alexander and former world chess champion Gary Kasparov. 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
NOTE: panellists may change owing to unforeseen circumstances
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
Repeated tomorrow at 5.15pm on BBC Parliament
Followed by Weatherview
Natural World A black bear struggles to raise her two cubs in Montana's Rocky mountains.
1.15 Panorama Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
1.55 Accidents Can Happen 5/10. A pub fire.