Hosted by Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
3/10. Scientists investigate slephant communication, and examine the engineering feat of termite towers.
ReaHife medical drama from the wards of Guy's and St Thomas ' in London. Followed by News; Weather
3/8. A couple from Yorkshire decide whether to exchange their fast and furious lifestyle for a much slower pace of life.
Sheila Brown sets out to raise the money to take her aged mother back to visit her adopted home of Canada. Followed by News; Weather
It's mothers against daughters in the battle for bargains from Glasgow. Tim Wonnacott picks up the pieces.
Harold finally confesses to Paul. Repeated at 5.35pm
Another Suitcase, Another Hall A daughter becomes distraught when her father allows her mother back into their lives.
Writer Neil McLennan Cast p47
Monk Goes to Vegas. A drunken phone call from Las Vegas leads to a case of murder.
Stingy finds Sportacus's crystal - and keeps it.
Dennis tells his own version of the beanstalk fairytale.
A tornado heads towards Sunnyfield.
Lizzie runs for class president.
Liz Barker reflects on her Blue Peter years. including her many song-and-dance assignments and the story of her baby Dexter.
See Kids' TV Choices: page
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
8/8. Davina McCall 's guests on the final show include actor Richard Wilson and former Big Brother star
Jade Goody , with music from Kubb and Peter Grant. Series producer Sarah Proctor ; Executive producers
Beatrice Ballard and Danny Dignan Preaching to the unconverted?: page 73
Middlesbrough v Charlton Athletic
The two teams reconvene for this FA Cup quarter-final replay at the Riverside Stadium after a goalless draw at the Valley last month (kick-off at 8.05).
The home side have failed to get the better of Alan Curbishley 's Addicks in three meetings so far this season. When the south Londoners last paid a visit to Boro's ground, World Cup hopeful Darren Bent found the target for them as they ran out convincing 3-0 winners. But, while Steve McLaren 's men have been inconsistent, they can point to home wins over Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea as evidence of the form they can produce. Who will go forward to meet West Ham in the semis?
Commentary by Jonathan Pearce and Mark Bright. Ray Stubbs hosts, with Alan Shearer and Alan Hansen providing expert analysis.
In the event of extra time/penalties, subsequent programmes may run late or change
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
3/4. Ella moved to Bristol to be closer to her boyfriend and his son six months ago, but is now so desperate for a place of her own she embarks on three "blind dates" with potential co-buyers to gauge their suitability. They are 36-year-old painter and lorry driver Eley; 31-year-old web designer and surfing fanatic Pi; and Richie, a 35-year-old retail manager with an eye for the cool things in life.
Director Cal Turner ; Series producers Jo Crawley and Eve Kay
First shown on BBC3
Followed by National Lottery Update
To mark Vaisakhi, the Sikh new year, this profile of celebrated spin bowler Monty Panesar - the first
Sikh to play cricket for England - follows Monty back to India, the birthplace of his parents and his religion. Director/Producer Kate Forshaw
Chaotic comedy with Dudley Moore and Bryan Brown. When three men with similar names but different intentions are booked into the wrong rooms in a Venetian hotel by a confused bellboy, chaos ensues. Review page 66. Director Mark Herman (1992, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
Child of Our Time 3/4. Robert Winston looks at when, and why, children lie, cheat or tell.
4/6. Following the work of a busy pet cemetery in North Wales.
2/3. Dr Alan Bradley takes on two more cases of family breakdown.
4/5. James and Ben run out of electricity and water.