Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
2/10. Ben Fogle and Kate Humble are on safari in Namibia where they encounter both an elephant herd and Africa's most dangerous animal. (Revised rpt)
More real-life medical dramas from Guy's and St Thomas ' hospitals in London. Followed by News; Weather
A cottage without a roof that's too dangerous even to enter, and a miner's cottage with amazing views. (Revised rpt)
Retirees Barbara and Brian put up a collection of jugs for sale to fund Brian's new hobby of lawn green bowling. Followed by News; Weather
Tim Wonnacott puts two rival teams through their paces in Edinburgh.
Steph finds herself kept back at the hospital against her wishes. Repeated at 5.35pm
Burn Out. Faith helps an aid worker through a crisis of confidence. Nick and Elizabeth make the most of a medical conference. Writer Mike Bodimeade For cast see page 35
Mr Monk and the Employee of the Month. Monk meets his disgraced ex-partner when a model employee is killed at a giant chain store.
Robbie sabotages the new vegetable gardens.
Chubba is replaced by a new robotic nanny.
Lizzie (Hilary Duff) can't find anything to wear for the class photograph.
Louis looks back on his very first week of school, in the sibling rivalry sitcom.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. 87 Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
Consumer champions Nicky Campbell , Paul Heiney and Julia Bradbury right customer service wrongs. Producer Denise Kelly ; Series producer Alex Loughran
Naomi's surprise party for Sonia makes Martin feel even more isolated. Jane stands up to an irate Phil. Writer Andrew Cornish Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Passing On. A determined Jordan cements his relationship with Diane in order to get back into CT. Kyla realises she has to let go of Max.
Writer Pete Hambly ; Producer Johann Knobel ; Director
Colin Teague www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity
8/10. Guardian Angel 2/2. The evil afoot emanates from the manor house, but are the victims the subjects of foul play? See yesterday's choice.
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With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
1/3. Jonathan Ross travels to Hollywood to meet the actor, who talks about his classic movie roles, ranging from Han Solo in Star Wars via Indiana Jones to his latest blockbuster, Firewall. With contributions from George Lucas, Helen Mirren, and Daryl Hannah.
And Don't Miss...: page 47
Documentary: Hollywood Greats 10.35pm BBC1
Only Jonathan Ross would turn up to interview Harrison Ford wearing a matching black shirt and tie, adorned with electric pink and blue stripes. What was he thinking of? He looks like a children's entertainer from 1982. Heroically, Ford rises above this assault on his senses and manages to give an interesting and, for him, almost cheerful interview to kick off this new series on acting legends.
"I come from the 'Let's pretend' school of acting," he confides, in that marvellous chocolatey growl. But you can't help feeling there's more to it than that. As Tommy Lee Jones points out, Ford is "probably the best physical actor working today", and clips from Indiana Jones films illustrate the point. There are plenty of other clips to enjoy and a few lopsided grins. It's a treat that even Ross's outfit can't spoil. (David Butcher)
11/22. Method to His Madness. Joe fears for Allison when she can't get a psychotic murderer out of her head. Starring Patricia Arquette.
Race-against-time crime drama starring David Caruso and Charles S Dutton. When his son is convicted of rape and murder, Jacob Doyle takes the jury hostage and issues an ultimatum to prove the boy's innocence. Review page 52.
Director Michael W Watkins (2000, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown on Saturday on BBC2 at 12 noon (SD
1/6. Jeremy Paxman weeps over his ancestors' poverty.
6/6. Si and Dave savour
Transylvania's Hungarian influences.