Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Wiliams.
4/5. For those mired in debt, bankruptcy can often seem the only way out - but pawnshops and loan sharks do nothing to ease financial hardship. More information at www.bbc.co.uk/debt, where the series will be available to view for one week (UK broadband); or call the free BBC Action Line on [number removed]
A crumbling Dorset cottage is up for auction. FOllowed by News; Weather
Two music teachers seek a rural retreat where they won't disturb the neighbours. (Revised rot)
What bargains are on offer in Camden, north London? Followed by News; Weather
A lost diamond earring is the catalyst for today's sale.
Bree's DNA project yields shocking results for Karl.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Junk Soul Brothers. Rivalry in business leads to health
Problems for two brothers. Writer Jeremy Hylton Davies
For cast see page 21
Flashdance with Death. Romance is stalled when Steve's girlfriend is charged with murder.
Barry tries to find out what's wrong with Paul.
Paco damages a treasured baseball card.
Jackie has upsetting news.
9/13. How a Tardisode is made, UFO-spotting in Scotland, plus MyAnna Buring discusses her role as Scooti. Doctor Who continues on Saturday.
Ood... you are awful: page 10
See Kids' TV Choices: page
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
5/6. Alice Beer , Angellica Bell and Anthony Crank crisscross the globe, responding to viewer's holiday challenges and reporting on the latest issues that could affect travel plans. Hosted by Nick Knowles.
Series producer Graham Cooper , Executive producer Owen Gay
Grant's showdown with Ray has surprising results. Sonia, meanwhile, decides to tell Rebecca the truth.
Writer James Payne This week's episodes produced by Julie Press and directed by Alice Troughton Cast on page 21
Repeated 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
6/8. Charlie and Annie represent a mother seeking compensation for the botched delivery of her baby - but the stench of nepotism jeopardises the case.
Writer Michael Eaton
Producer Matthew Bird ; Director David Skynner
2/2. The cricket tour pitches up in Chennai, where
Tuffers and co see how donations have transformed the lives of former child labourers. Then it's off to
Mumbai to meet Freddie Flintoff , ahead of an all-singing, all-dancing showdown against a team of Bollywood stars. See yesterday's choice.
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
A panel of politicians and public figures tackle topical questions from an audience in Torquay, Devon. David Dimbleby chairs the ensuing debate.
Editor Edward Havard ; Executive producer Steve Anderson CONTACT: phone [number removed] (cost 25p), text [number removed] or email via the website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime. Plus Ceefax page
Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott , Michael Portillo and guests take a lively look back at seven days in politics. Producers Jessica Atkinson and Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald
Repeated tomorrow at 5.15pm on BBC Parliament Watch the programme again at www.bbc.co.uk/thisweek
Followed by Weatherview
Panorama Global Warming: Bush's Climate of Fear
Hilary Andersson investigates allegations of a cover-up on climate change. Shown Sunday at 10.15pm
1.05 The Lost World of Friese-Greene 3/3. Colour film of Scottish beauty spots in the 1920s enlivens the final leg of Dan Cruickshank 's road trip.
2.05 Grumpy Old Men 6/6. Arthur Smith , Will Self and others extol the joys of ageing and the accompanying loss of hair, teeth and dignity.
2.35 Eating with ... Tom Parker Bowles 2/8. The
Duchess of Cornwall's son reveals his passion for organic food - and late-night kebabs.
3.05 Return to Tuscany Katie and Giancarlo prepare to open their Italian cookery school.
3.35 Found 5/5. Kate Adie presents the touching story of two foundlings who were reunited.