Presented by Kate Silverton and Charlie Stayt.
Spot the zebra faces starvation unless the dentist can fix his teeth, and Rosie the otter requires an emergency visit to the vet.
Series editor Chris Powell
Mother of three Nishi Varma seeks a quick move from St Albans, Hertfordshire, to a four-bedroom home in Norfolk. Producer Karen Richardson ; Executive
Producer Kate Roberts
A flat in Tonbridge, Kent, with lots of potential, and a property in Burton-on-Trent. Staffordshire in need of TLC. (Revised rpt)
A couple from Sutton, Surrey hope to swap their collectable clutter for a minimalist look and a family day out.
Two teams of Women's Institute members seek out the most
Profitable buys at an antiques fair in Swinderby, Lincolnshire.
With Tim Wonnacott.
Steph goes under the knife.
Repeated at 6.05pm
Miracle Cure. A delirious homeless woman thinks she's seen God performing a "mercy killing" at the hospital.
2.35 Amnesia. A beautiful woman is admitted to the hospital, apparently having lost her memory. <s)
Film of the Week
Classic family musical starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. When trainee nun Maria begins to have doubts about her vocation, she leaves her Salzburg convent to become governess to the seven children of Captain Von Trapp, a widower and retired naval officer. The spirited Maria instils a love of music in the children, but the family's happiness is threatened by the Nazi occupation. Review p41.
Director Robert Wise (1965, U) *****
Captain Von Trapp:
Simon McCoy. Regional News
Weather with John Hammond.
Ancient scrolls in the Vatican's secret archive; holy relics in Constantinople; medieval knights and hidden treasure in the South of France; Templars, Cathars and Nazis; conspiracy theories and false clues - Top Gear's Richard Hammond embarks on a quest stretching from the Aegean to the Atlantic to uncover the truth about the most famous relic of all time. Does the Holy Grail really exist? And if so, what exactly is it?
Producer James Hayes ; Executive producer John rarren The Inside Story: page 76
Richard Hammond answers One Final Question: page
Sonia's lies prove to be the final straw for Naomi. Grant must deal with his wife's arrival in Walford.
Writer Chris Boiling Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soap & Flannel: page 31; Cast: page 32
5/10. The team arrive in Gloucester to help rescue 16-year-old Amy and 12-year-old Nick from single mum Mel's hapless attempts at DIY, which have left holes where the fireplace used to be, plaster falling off the walls, and shelves and curtain poles held up by adhesive alone.
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Handy household offers: page 58
7/8. Ice Cream Wars. In 1996, two rival ice cream businesses were targeted by an armed robber. Ten years later, the families are still feuding and the hold-ups remain unsolved. As UCOS investigates, it emerges the Bentons are selling more than just '99s. But who was the notorious ice cream bandit?
Supt Sandra Pullman:
DAC Robert Strickland:
Sgt Beth Coulthard:
With Simon McCoy. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
3/3. As a terrifying electromagnetic storm brews over the Bermuda Triangle, the team learn about the Navy's involvement with the anomalies. It's up to Howard to convince those behind the events to change their plans in the conclusion to the mini-series. See Saturday choice. cast on Sunday Sea the difference: page 59
Cold War thriller starring Gene Hackman and Matt Dillon. When his wife is kidnapped while on holiday, former spy Walter Lloyd is forced to reveal his secret past to his son - and the pair set out to discover what happened to her. Review page 51.
Director Arthur Penn (1985, 15)
Followed by Springwatch Weatherview
Planet Earth 5/5. The diverse and surprisingly abundant wildlife of our deserts.
2.40 The Perfect Shark How do past and present shark designs compare?
3.40 Save Lullingstone Castle 4/6. An unannounced visit from the council threatens plans.
4.10 Downsize Me 7/9. On the Welsh coast.