Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Turnbull.
A Staffordshire bungalow with room to swing a cat - and a menagerie of other pets - tops a couple's wish list.
Soon-to-be-newlyweds Stuart and Sarah have £320,000 to spend on a dog-friendly cottage in Worcestershire. Followed by News; Weather 6)
An abandoned house, complete with furniture, is up for auction in Norwich. (Revised rpt)
Two lucky tortoises will get a palatial new home if their owner can raise £400. Followed by News; Weather
Father and son compete against mother and daughter at Builth
Wells in Powys.
Karl has to choose between Jenny and Susan.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The Best for Martin. A man with learning difficulties is targeted by a money-grabbing relative. My Hero's Geraldine McNulty guests. Writer Debbie Giggle Cast p32
Murder at the Telethon. The host of a fundraising extravaganza is murdered on air.
Paul and Barry help their Scottish cousin, Douglas McChuckle, rediscover his roots.
The Wellard siblings crash-land at the Dumping Ground. Series four continues tomorrow and Thursday at 4.30pm.
Konnie and Gethin enjoy amusing encounters with sea lions, monkeys, meerkats and rhinos at Longleat Safari Park.
Presented by George Alagiah and Jane Hill. news.bbc.co.uk
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
GREATER LONDON BBC London News Riz Lateef.
Editor Catherine Hearne ; Executive editor Michael Macfarlane
SOUTH EAST South East Today With Geoff Clark and Beverley Thompson. Editor QuentinSsmith
EAST Look East Presented by Stewart White and Amelia Reynolds. Producers Ian Kings and Steve Silk
3/5. Chris and Helen want to buy a holiday home in rural France, and are prepared to invest £100,000. Penny Smith has words of caution - and thinks there may be a better alternative closer to home.
Executive producers Daisy Goodwin and Tanya Shaw
Grant's decision leaves Jane reeling, and Sonia is left out in the cold by Naomi.
Writer Jeff Povey Cast p32 Rptd at 10.10pm on BBC3
England v Hungary
Live coverage of this international friendly at Old Trafford (kick-off 8.05).
With just 11 days to go until England's World Cup campaign gets under way in Frankfurt, Sven-Goran Eriksson has little time to make final tweaks to a side he hopes will be good enough to end a 40-year wait for a major trophy. Will Theo Walcott be on show? With expectations high and Rooney sidelined, he needs all the experience he can get. And will fellow striker Michael Owen be stretching his legs? One thing's for sure: a strong showing from Joe Cole ,
Steven Gerrard et al will not only boost confidence but also send a warning to fellow Group B opponents Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago, and Sweden.
Introduced by Gary Lineker , with commentary from John Motson and Mark Lawrenson.
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
2/4. The Artist Formerly Known as Cat Stevens. A fascinating portrait of the former pop star who, as one of Britain's most high-profile converts to the Muslim faith, has taken the name Yusuf Islam. Talking to Alan Yentob , he reveals how hits from the 60s and 70s such as Morning Has Broken were written to help lift a spiritual depression - and how he's returning to music after a 23-year hiatus. With contributions from Dolly Parton, Bob Geldof and Rick Wakeman.
Director Paul Bernays ; Series producer Janet Lee
19/22. Knowing Her. When three girls are found dead, Alison's visions link Detective Scanlon with the case. Patricia Arquette stars.
Gripping thriller starring
Roy Scheider and Janet Margolin. Government agent Harry Hannan has a breakdown and loses his job after his wife is killed - but then starts to think that he's also on the hit list. Review page 52.
Director Jonathan Demme (1979,18)
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown on Saturday 12 noon on BBC2
2.45 The Private Life of an Easter Masterpiece 3/3. The
Resurrection by Piero della Francesca.
3.35 Holidays in Euroland 2/5. Is Europe Getting Too Big?
Travelogue and current affairs.
4.05 Downsize Me 8/9. The Yorkshire Dales.