Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Will a ferry ride to the Isle of Wight help two former ballroom dancers find a smaller home by the sea for their retirement?
More reaHife medical dramas at Guy's and St Thomas'. Followed by News; Weather
7/10. Can a dairy farmer add a lucrative new string to her bow by entering the field of luxury ice cream production?
A new fence is needed to contain two mischievous mutts.
Medal winners are announced for gardens and the Floral Pavilion. Nicki Chapman ,
Charlie Dimmock and Andy Sturgeon capture all the excitement.
Ned finally fathoms Izzy's games, and Sky helps Dylan and Elle bond. Repeated at 5.35pm
The Real Thing. A new system for appointments causes havoc. Writer Rachel Flowerday
For cast see page 36
Evidence of Malice. Cabot Cove deputy Andy relishes arresting an old rival, but who is framing whom? First shown on ITV
Charlie and Marv perform at assembly. S)
2/5. Whose idea will be a winner, the youngsters' or the business professionals'? The Apprentice alumnus Saira Khan hosts the generation-gap contest.
See Kids' TV Choices: page
Gethin investigates the real-life story of the invention which inspired the clockwork monsters in Doctor Who.
Totally Doctor Who is on Thursday at 5pm
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. news.bbc.co.uk Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
2/5. Nick and Victoria from West Sussex have set their hearts on a designer pram that costs over
E700 but, armed with the facts, Penny Smith shows that cheaper alternatives are just as good.
Executive producer Tanya Shaw
Little Mo agonises over whether to talk to the police. Deano tries to make amends but makes things worse. Writer Richard Davidson Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
One Tender Kiss. Diane feels the full force of Jordan's betrayal and Matt tries to get out of debt.
Writer Graham Mitchell ; Producer Polly Williams ; Director
Jim Doyle www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity
Father John Landini:
Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce ask for viewers' help in finding the perpetrators of a shooting and arson attack that left a Merseyside mother of three dead. Can new DNA technology nail an 80s serial sex attacker - and who would kill the village eccentric? Crimewatch UK Update is after the news at 10.35pm. Directors Michael Armit , Emma Clarke and Adam Mallins
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With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Isobel Lang.
A progress report on tonight's cases. <S)
1/4 As the all-embracing arts strand returns for its eighth series, Alan Yentob follows Welsh actor Wayne Cater and three other Hamlet hopefuls as they prepare for a Shakespeare role that has become a rite of passage for all who have taken it on. With advice and support from ex-Hamlets Ralph Fiennes, Derek Jacobi, David Warner, Jonathan Pryce and Simon Russell Beale.
"The Hobart Shakespeareans" premieres tomorrow on BBC4 at 9pm
ARTS Imagine... 10.45pm BBC1
To Choice, or not to Choice. That is the question. But despite a lack of preview tapes, I decided it was nobler in the mind to go ahead and recommend this latest in a new series based on past form, rather than suffer the slings and arrows of outraged arts lovers.
So, Imagine... is back, fronted as always by Alan Yentob, who tonight presents a look at the role of Hamlet. Why is playing Shakespeare's troubled young prince such a big deal in the theatrical world? Is there some kind of rite of passage involved in moping around Elsinore, visualising your dead dad as a ghost and making plans to kill your uncle?
Contributors include former Hamlets Derek Jacobi, Ralph Fiennes, Jonathan Pryce, David Warner and Simon Russell Beale. The programme also follows four actors already playing Hamlet from rehearsals through to final performance, including young Ed Stoppard on stage in London. (Alison Graham)
18/22. SOS. Allison investigates apparently random killings, endangering her family.
Quirky science-fiction comedy starring Nicole Eggert as a free-thinking artist in LA who befriends a human-eating alien on the run from government agents. Review page 54.
Director Jon Kroll (1995)
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown on Saturday 12 noon on BBC2
2.40 The Hairy Bikers' Cookbook 6/6. S and Dave Do Mexico
2/2. The culinary odyssey reviewed.
3.10 The Private Life of an Easter Masterpiece 2/3. Christ of St John of the Cross by Salvador Dali.
4.00 Holidays in Euroland 1/5. Do We Feel European? A lively mix of travelogue and current affairs. (SD
4.30 Downsize Me 3/9. London to Derbyshire.