With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Wiliams.
2/5. Repossessions have shot
"P by 70 per cent from last year, as eager first-time property buyers borrow more than they can afford to repay.
A tired property in Plymouth, a 400-year-old farmhouse in Dorset, and a flat in Liverpool. Followed by News; Weather
A Leamington Spa couple want to buy their first home together in Cornwall. (Revised rpt)
It's chefs versus caterers in the Pretty Cotswold town of Tetbury. Tim Wonnacott hosts. (5) Followed by News; Weather
Gill and Robin Barlow try to raise E800 so that Gill can embark on a landscaping course.
Regional News; Weather (5)
Rob unveils his sinister plan for the Robinsons. Boyd is on the edge. Repeated at 5.35pm
Tragic Hero. A young lad believes his mother's new boyfriend is going to deadly lengths to take over the family business.
Writer Lol Fletcher Cast p21
The Restless Remains. A fundraiser dies at Dr Sloan's house, but the body goes missing.
Paul and Barry disturb a sleeping Viking.
Is the twins' gran masking loneliness?
Hayley thinks Duke's up to no good. An attractive new care worker starts.
Konnie investigates the world of an underground village. Plus some amazing tricks with your feet, and the viewer whose family belongs to a travelling fair.
Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. news.bbc.co.uk
Followed by Weather with Susan Powell.
2/3. Ally McCoist, Matt Dawson and their guest co-panellists line up for round two of this light-hearted appetiser for the World Cup finals (starting Friday 4pm) in Germany. The final edition is tomorrow 7pm.
When cornered, Carla enlists Grant's help. Elsewhere, Sonia makes a controversial suggestion to Martin.
Writer Colin Wyatt Cast page 21 Rptd at 10pm on BBC3
Abracadabra. Adrian Edmondson returns as maverick locum Abra. Mickie realises she could clear Diane - but can she face up to Jordan? More tomorrow at 8pm.
More cast tomorrow www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity Funny bones: page 43
Percy Abra Durant:
6/8. Environmental wardens Paul and Hazel search for the dogs responsible for a glut of excrement in Edinburgh. In Princes St Gardens, pest controllers try to keep rats under control. Narrated by Arthur Smith. Series producer Jonny Young
In Cheshire, the police are accused of assaulting an argumentative drink-driver. Jamie Theakston narrates. Director/Series producer Bruce Lippold
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
3/4. The Ingenious Thomas Heatherwick. The creator of the vast Mancunian sculpture The B of the Bang has been described as a "new Leonardo da Vinci ", having turned his prodigious talent to artworks, architecture and engineering. Alan Yentob gets inside the mind of one of Britain's greatest modern innovators as he prepares to unveil his latest creation in New York.
Director Paul Tilzey ; Series producer Janet Lee
20/22. The Darkness Is Light Enough. Allison
(Patricia Arquette ) repeatedly dreams about a woman being watched by a stranger in her bedroom.
Engaging satirical courtroom drama starring James Garner and Kathleen Turner. Attorney Norman Keane crosses swords with spry talk-show host Brenda Whitlass when his firm becomes involved in "the trial of the century". Review page 37. Director Glenn Jordan (1998)
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown on Saturday 12 noon on BBC2
2.40 Holidays in Euroland 3/5. Does Europe Make Us Safer?
Travelogue and current affairs.
3.10 A Life of Grime 2/8. A man has died with no known next of kin. Who'll pay for the funeral?
3.40 Return to Tuscany Katie manages to get lost on her own wedding day.
4.10 Found 3/5. A woman abandoned in London 40 years ago searches for her roots.