Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
3/9. Does the Mersey hold the key to the disappearance of a husband and father? And will CCTV help find a septuagenarian?
Trials and triumphs at Guy's and St Thomas '. With Ainsley Harriott and Nadia Sawalha. Followed by News; Weather
A detached Midlands house with a suspiciously low guide price and a basement flat in London's South Kensington. <R)
If her rural home is to be hooked up to the national grid, Sherrie Cowen must raise E400 from a clutter-busting sale. Followed by News; Weather
A downsizer hopes her antiques will bankroll a weekend break for her nearest and dearest.
Boyd is caught in the middle of Steph and Max's war.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Vote for Me. Nick lands in hot water when a politician's medical history is leaked to the press. Writer Joanna Quesnel
For cast see page 34
Kendo Killing. An American biker in Japan risks flouting traditional values.
Will the kids be late for school?
Cornell plans a camping trip.
3/15. Nick Baker and Steve Backshall are on the lookout for the world's smelliest creatures, while Michaela Strachan has the lowdown on jellyfish.
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The Music Makers winners join the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra to record a reworked version of Barnacle Bill.
The BBC Philharmonic
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
The Conservative Party unveil their strategy for May's local ballot.
3/6. Will comedian Marcus Brigstocke , Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell and classical pianist Myleene Klass prove to be in a class of their own in the national curriculum test? Danny Wallace plays head teacher. Executive producers Graham Stuart and Jeremy Salsby
Since she moved to England four years ago, Winnie Creswell has been desperate to pass her driving test. And with daughter Mumba approaching her 17th birthday it's time for the two of them to hit the road. Enter the team to sift through the family's collectables in search of E500-worth of auctionable items.
Director John Widdup ; Executive producer James Burstall
9/10. A coastguard helicopter is scrambled to a plane crash, the RNLI in Weymouth come to the aid of a stranded sailor, and it's a busy day for the lifeguards as 230 swimmers enter the Perranporth triathlon.
Director Anne Backhouse ; Producer Christopher Hutchins
9/10. Can the vets save Titan, a critically ill baby alpaca? Will Tommy the dachshund be able to walk following an emergency operation on his spine?
And how will Donni the horse fare after undergoing surgery to wire his broken jaw back together?
Producer Lisa MacHale ; Executive producer Jane Aidous
Joyriders. Manchester's elite tactical vehicle crime unit goes after under-age drivers, including one teenager who has crashed a two-ton van, and another who's driven a stolen car across a park and along alleyways with the cops in pursuit. Jamie Theakston narrates. Series director/producer Matt Holden
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
3/4. Angelina Jolie's tracked down to the fish counter of a Home Counties supermarket, but Colleen McLoughlin and Wayne Rooney give the snappers the runaround in Portugal. Meanwhile, Darryn Lyons 's attempts to turn pop svengali receive a blow when he's forced to sack a member of his new girl band.
Producer Marcus Sulley First shown on BBC3
Followed by National Lottery Update
Freewheeling romantic comedy starring Billy Bob
Thornton and Charlize Theron. Redneck best friends
Lonnie Earl Dodd and Roy Kirkendall head to Nevada for a wild time with their wives, and discover some shocking home truths on the way. Review page 53. Director Jordan Brady (2000, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
The Baby in the Concrete Block A six-month-old girl is found entombed in concrete.
1.50 Pets Are People 6/6. Alternative therapy for animals.
2.20 1 Didn't Divorce My Kids A divorce that's left three young children desperately unhappy.
3.20 Stately Suppers 4/10. A fish supper.