Dermot Murnaghan , Sian Williams.
Breakfast Briefing at 6.00; weather every half-hour from 6.15: national/ regional news half-hourly from 6.27.
Editor David Kermode
Can a motorbike-mad mum from Nottinghamshire relocate to the Northumberland coast?
Trials and triumphs with Ainsley Harriott and Nadia Sawalha.
Series editor Peter Hayton Followed by News; Weather
3/10. A fashion designer aims to Use his skills to create a new concept in takeaway food.
Two teams of triathletes visit a West Sussex antique fair. Followed by News; Weather (5)
funding a mother-and-daughter horse riding trip.
The Parker brothers come to blows. Repeated at 5.35pm
Too Soon. Two old friends are stopped in their tracks when one receives devastating news.
Writer Sasha Hails Cast p36
8/10. Ted. A working class comic (Keith Barren) gets a new
Perspective on his relationship
With his son, in Elizabeth Heery 's Play, written under the tutelage of Andrew Davies. Andrew Davies 's adaptation of The Line of Beauty is at 9pm on BBC2
Terraced houses in Durham and east London. (Revised rpt)
Grenella is abducted by fish-tribe scouts.
A fortune cookie and some pixies.
14/15. Steve meets rare mountain gorillas as Nick tracks down pygmy elephants.
Dark deeds and highway robbery in the legend of Katherine Ferrers.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
6/6. Did Bonnie Langford , Natalie Cassidy and DJ Spoony pay attention in class? Quizmaster Danny Wallace finds out as he puts their knowledge of the national curriculum to the test in the last of the series. Executive producers Graham Stuart and Jeremy Salsby
In the Guise of Death. Lynley is at home visiting his mother, while Havers is also in Cornwall, learning akido at a martial arts retreat. So when a horse trainer is found hanged in his stable, the two are on hand to take the case. The victim's money worries point to suicide - but then Lynley uncovers connections to a smuggling racket and the local aristocracy.
Writer Simon Block
Producer Christopher Aird ; Director Nigel Douglas
Inspector Thomas Lynley:
DS Barbara Havers:
Lady Sarah Keach:
Police in Sheffield catch a man taking indecent photos on his mobile phone, take a prolific thief off the streets and apprehend a gang of juvenile shoplifters. Contains strong language and violent scenes.
Executive producer Paul Wooding
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Isobel Lang.
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
2/5. I'm the Daddy. Ian Mucklejohn is the first single man in Britain to have had a biological family without a partner. He found an egg donor in America, had her eggs fertilised with his own sperm, and paid a surrogate to carry his baby. He wanted one child but got three - all boys. Now they're five years old, and Ian is taking them on a revelatory journey to meet both their biological and surrogate mothers.
Producer Nick Poyntz ; Series editor Todd Austin
Followed by National Lottery Update
Madcap spy comedy starring Bill Murray. In London to celebrate his brother's birthday, naive video-store clerk Wallace Ritchie visits an interactive show called the "Theatre of Life" in which the audience participates in simulated adventures. So when Wallace accidentally gets mixed up with real-life spies, he thinks it's all part of the game. Review page 58.
Director Jon Amiel (1997, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
Boris, the Butcher:
Sir Roger Daggenhurst:
Dr Ludmilla Kropotkin:
Would You Buy a House with a Stranger? 3/4. Will Ella find someone she wants to live with? 1.55 The Curious House Guest 2/8. Jeremy Musson stays at Ninfa in the Lazio region of Italy.
2.25 Seaside Rescue 10/10. A seal needs TLC.
2.55 Animal Park - Wild in Africa 9/10. A rare brown hyena with a bite stronger than a great white shark.