Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
A doctor in Birmingham is helped to find a home big enough for the whole family.
Real-life medical drama from the wards of Guy's and St Thomas ' in London. followed by News; Weather
A couple hope to catch plenty of sun, sea and sand when they move to the Welsh coast.
Raising money for a duo awaiting the arrival of their first grandchild. Followed by News; Weather (5)
Who'll haggle their way to victory in today's visit to Hungerford,
Janae and Bree resort to desperate measures.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Ceramics are traded in for the trip of a lifetime as a woman is reunited with her childhood
Mr Monk and the Kid. A baffling mystery for the twitchy 'tec when a toddler finds a severed finger in a park.
Stingy gets to learn a lesson about the value of friendship.
The tearaway's parents join an adult education class.
A new theme park opens in town which mum and dad think the kids will love.
Miranda and Lizzie get embarrassed when they shop for first bras.
Matt rehearses for the Queen's birthday gun salute, a new World Cup competition is launched and learn how to make your very own Tardis.
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With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett. <s)
The Conservative Party unveil their manifesto for May's local elections. (5)
2/6. Matt Dawson , Adam Woodyatt and Mel Giedroyc hope to avoid detention, and Danny Wallace makes sure they're all listening at the back as the national curriculum quiz continues.
Executive producers Graham Stuart and Jeremy Salsby
8/8. Flood waters in Belfast leave mayhem and raw sewage in their wake. Narrated by Tim Healy.
Series producer Paul Tucker ; Executive producer Paul Wooding
8/10. A man is swept overboard from a racing yacht in the English Channel and the lifeguards deal with an injured kite-flyer and a plague of jellyfish.
Producer Christopher Hutchins ; Exec producer Julian Mercer
8/10. The Royal Veterinary College experts return after a hiatus to fit Lulu's dog Bonnie with a pacemaker and treat cheetah cubs born with a limb deformity. Producer Lisa MacHale ; Executive producer Jane Atdous
A rare insight into Paul McCartney and Heather Mills McCartney's campaign strategy as they battle against the market for fur - especially a disturbing trade in domestic cat and dog fur. With the pair's influence reaching political figures as senior as EU Trade
Commissioner Peter Mandelson and Tony Blair , can they bring about change? Real Story returns on 1 May. Director Colin Stone ; Executive producer Dave Stanford
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
2/4. The focus switches to the paps v celebs battleground of Los Angeles, where Gwyneth
Paltrow, Brad Pitt and Kate Moss are in the snappers' sights. But the hunters soon become the hunted. Producer Mags Gavan; Series producer Christina MacAulay
First shown on BBC3
Followed by National Lottery Update
4/4. A&E nurse Chris Morrow-Frost seeks a co-buyer in Brighton. Will fine dining with Brian impress him, will Angela's sailing trip prove she and Chris can work as a team, and could Chris's dog live with Lidia's cat? Director Tanya Robinson ; Series producers Jo Crawley and Eve Kay First shown on BBC3
Unpredictable murder mystery drama starring Rachel Ward and Terry O'Ouinn. Caitlin Cory struggles to resist the undeniable attraction to stepson Eric when her husband treats her as a trophy wife. Review page 74. Director Mary Lambert (1997, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Child of Our Time 4/4. How and why we have the ability to master new skills.
3.15 Pets Are People 5/6. The showbiz potential of two chinchilla cats.
3.45 1 Didn't Divorce My Kids 3/3. Part-time dads are aided by Dr Alan Bradley.