With Kate Silverton , Bill Turnbull. Breakfast Briefing at 6.00; weather every half-hour from 6.15; national/ regional news half-hourly from 6.27. Editor David Kermode
Kristian and Dominic help a Hampshire house-hunter who's in love with the Shetlands.
A couple go in search of a Welsh country pile for £350,000.
Director Joel Tomlinson Followed by News; Weather
A seaside flat in Norfolk and a Semi in Dover. (Revised repeat)
Claire wants to clear a shed of unwanted items to raise Efor a New York spree. Followed by News; Weather
Couples compete at Wetherby,
Max convinces Izzy to tell Paul the truth. Harold agrees to Lou's plan. Repeated at 5.35pm
Another Chance. A woman who fears she may be infertile asks
Nick to keep it from her boyfriend. Writer William Armstrong
For cast see page 32
Inheritance of Death. The death of an aged millionaire leaves Dr Sloan convinced that it was no accident.
A TV programme assesses the twins' handiwork.
Tracy's loyalties are tested by the arrival of a new family member.
Highlights from last Sunday's parade of Blue Peter dogs at six events across the UK in aid of guide dogs for the blind, and the team recall the special relationship the programme has enjoyed with guide dogs over the years.
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With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Arkwright decides that Granville needs to improve his sales technique and starts him on a course to toughen him up.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Dental Tourism. As 2,000 dentists leave the NHS, Fiona reports on the increasing numbers of patients travelling overseas for dental treatment
Director Sam Lewens ; Series producer Mike Lewis NOTE: as Real Story reacts to news, its subject matter may change
2/2. In this concluding part of the spectacular marine journey following the 80-year journey of a sperm whale's life, the leviathan enters the Pacific Ocean - a realm of submarine volcanos, towering hydrothermal vents and increasing man-made pollution - before the final journey to the icy waters of the Antarctic and a duel with the fearsome and mysterious giant squid.
Director David Allen ; Producer Ceri Barnes
5/8. Edinburgh council workers Freddy and Jim clear a tenant's flat overrun with junk and creepy-crawlies, while graveyard workers Stuart and Gareth evict the homeless from the city's tombs. Meanwhile a blood spillage on a council estate means a call-out for mortuary worker George. Narrated by Arthur Smith. Series producer Johnny Young
Cheshire's traffic police turn to new technology to catch out illegal drivers, but rely on old-fashioned methods to sort out which ones play the "lying game". Series director/producer Bruce Lippoid
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Wllletts.
4/5. Gail Porter Laid Bare. Having built a career around her looks, Gail Porter suddenly found she was going bald as a result of alopecia, a condition which affects one in 50 people. The real-lives documentary strand follows the sometime model and TV presenter on her emotional journey from initial horror and panic to taking a brave public stand and accepting life as a bald woman.
Director Hannah Berryman ; Series editor Todd Austin
Followed by National Lottery Update
Waterlogged disaster movie starring Michael Caine , Sally Field and Telly Savalas. Two salvage crews race against time, and each other, to retrieve the valuable cargo from a stricken luxury liner. Review page 52.
Director Irwin Allen (1979,15)
Followed by Weatherview
Capt Mike Turner:
The Bog Bodies: Timewatch An archaeological murder mystery preserved in Irish peat.
2.15 The Curious House Guest 4/8. Jeremy Musson visits Hampden Great House in Jamaica.
2.45 Super Vets 2/10. An elderly reindeer.
3.15 Downsize Me 9/9. In Manchester. <s)