Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
5/5. Kate Adie presents the story of two foundlings who were reunited, and another who gave up her own child for adoption.
Real-life medical drama. Followed by News; Weather
Dominic Littlewood and Kristian Digby search on behalf of a first-time buyer in London.
Tim Wonnacott is joined by teams from the same pub at Ardingly antiques fair, W Sussex. Followed by News; Weather <S)
An antiques collector unearths some heirlooms to replace his conservatory windows.
Steph is hospitalised, and Rachel shocks Stingray with romance.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Fair Exchange. Julie receives some shocking news, but Donna has the biggest shock of all.
Writer Nick Hoare Cast p30
5/10. Hot or Not. David and Teddy discover relationships are much more complicated than computers. Ben Schiffer's teen romance, written under Willy Russell's tutelage, stars Rory Jennings, Alex Kew, Saskia Wickham and Lucy Evans.
A property in Birmingham, and a Kent bungalow with bags of potential. (Revised repeat)
Arthur runs for class president.
Alec Baldwin guest-stars as a mysterious stranger from the future.
Future Timmy (voice):
The show that tests five pals' friendship.
The world's worst DJ, and a nightmare blind date.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Including a sports round-up. Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
In a special edition of the show on the eve of the FA Cup Final, Ally McCoist and Matt Dawson lead a team of former winners through six rounds that take a fond look back at the world's best-known domestic cup competition. Presented by Sue Barker. Producer Gareth Edwards : Series producer Carl Doran
An abusive passenger is on the loose, a cargo of parrots arrives in poor condition and Heathrow's transient population commemorates the victims of the Boxing Day tsunami with a three-minute silence. Series producer Michael Tuft
As Martin and Sonia try to put the past behind them, Martin makes a shock announcement. Little Mo realises she still has to prove her innocence. Writer Rob Gittins For cast see page 30
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
2/6. Refuse. Mark discovers Graham's selection of "gentleman's publications" while on a tidying crusade, while Sheila encourages Ingrid that, career-wise, the only way to the top is via Wolverhampton, as this gently amusing domestic sitcom continues.
Writers Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Director Edward Bye : Producer Rosemary McGowan
4/8. Michael Buerk swaps his familiar role in the news anchor's seat with the guest host's chair on the satirical quiz as he oversees the regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton and their guests. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
4/6. Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones reunite to present highlights of their comedy collaborations from the 80s and 90s, plus new versions of their famous "head to head" routines.
Director Geraldine Dowd : Producer Jon Naismith
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
7/15. Uma Thurman returns to the ever-welcoming host's sofa to discuss her new comedy, Prime, while stand-up comedian Russell Brand and the "grand dame" of theatrical knights, Sir Ian McKellen - who stars in the upcoming film of The Da Vinci Code - also join the guest list. Plus music from Graham Coxon. Producer Suzi Aplin ; Executive producer Addison Cresswell
Quirky comedy drama starring John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton as rival New York air-traffic controllers whose competitiveness and hostility have disastrous consequences. Review page 52.
Director Mike Newell (1999,15)
Followed by Weatherview
Russell Bell Billy: