Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
8/9. What happened to a brother, husband and father from Swansea, who disappeared in 2002? Can the Hackney unit locate a man in time for his father's funeral?
Nadia Sawalha and Ainsley Harriott patrol the wards. Followed by News; Weather
Lucy and Martin check out an Art Deco flat in south London and a house in Norfolk unsuited to the taller buyer.
Louis and Brenda want to pay for the family to have a day at the races in memory of Brenda's flutter-happy mum. Followed by News; Weather
It's time for Evelyn to de-clutter, and put the money she makes towards a dream day out for her grandchildren.
Stu is a pawn in Elle's latest game. Repeated at 5.35pm
All Dressed Up. Mac helps a model step out of her mother's shadow. Writer Jason Anderson
For cast see page 33
The Dark Side of the Door. A supposedly fictional manuscript seems rather close to the truth. First shown on ITV
Lola doesn't want hpr hair cut.
Do aliens really exist? And can a dog really take you to court?
7/15. Steve comes face to face with tiger sharks while Nick has a close encounter with some venomous sea snakes.
David Tennant talks secrets, competitions and K-9, and Noel Clarke reveals how his car stunt was achieved. The saga continues on Saturday.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Arkwright's Mobile Store. In a bid to impress Nurse Gladys, Arkwright decides to expand the business.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Then Sport Relief - the Kick Off Dermot O'Leary has the lowdown on this year's Sport Relief Mile.
Sonia and Martin prepare to meet Margaret. The Beales come to tea at the Vic to discuss Ben.
Writer Gillian Richmond This week's episodes produced by Sue Butterworth and directed by Lisa Clarke Cast on page 34
Repeated 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
New series 1/8. A gripping, Manchester-set legal drama, written by ex-barrister Matthew Hall. Idealistic Jack Roper (John Hannah ) defends a girl charged with arson who could hardly appear more guilty. Producer Matthew Bird ; Director
The Alison Graham column: page 35
DS Jane Preston:
4/6. Young footballer Billy is caught stealing from his club's sponsors and, with nothing to aspire to, is seduced by the drug-dealing underworld. It takes a tragic event to bring him to his senses - is it too late?
Writer Alan Field ; Producer Ken Horn ; Director Terry McDonough www.bbc.co.uk/drama/thestreet
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
On the day of the English local elections, a crucial test for all three major party leaders, an audience in Barnes in south-west London questions a panel of politicians and public figures. David Dimbleby chairs. Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Nick Pisani CONTACT: phone [number removed] (cost 25p), text [number removed] or email via the website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime. Plus Ceefax page
Followed by Weatherview
Twenty-three million voters across England decided today who will represent them on local councils for the next four years. David Dimbleby leads the team, reporting live as results come in from across the country, with instant reaction from winners and losers.
Emily Maitlis is in London, the biggest battleground of the night, but viewers can gain a complete picture of their local area at 12.15 and 1.30. Jeremy Vine makes his debut in charge of computer graphics, illustrating the developing political landscape and considering the potential repercussions of changes, while the BBC's Political Editor Nick Robinson asks what the politicians are up to behind the scenes.
Director Rob Hopkin ; Editor James Stephenson