With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
2/10. Can Dominic Littlewood help a couple resolve a dispute over their car? <S)
Featuring a mid-terrace house and a shabby flat. Followed by News; Weather
An internet couple want to be united under one roof in West
Yorkshire. (Revised rpt)
Will wallets swell after a trip to a Coventry antiques fair? Followed by News; Weather
A family in Cornwall need Fto landscape their hillside garden with a new terrace.
South Korea v Togo
Live coverage from Frankfurt as South Korea take on Togo in Group G (kick-off 2.00).
Surprise 2002 semi-finalists South Korea struggled to qualify this year. With striker Lee Dong-Gook now suffering a knee injury, their opening game could prove to be an uphill struggle against an ascendant Togo.
Hosted by Ray Stubbs, Gordon Strachan, Marcel Desailly and lain Dowie, with commentary from Simon Brotherton and Mark Bright. (HD)
Also broadcast on Radio 5 Live
In-depth online coverage, plus a host of fun extras, at [web address removed]
BBC book: Match of the Day Guide to the World Cup 2006 is available, price Â£6.99
Digital viewers can access alternative commentaries, picture-in-picture highlights and interactive forums
Another set of cartoon capers.
Football tips from the expert.
The new care worker isn't all she seems.
France v Switzerland
The 1998 World Cup winners face their European neighbours in Group G (kick-off 5.00).
In what promises to be a close-fought match,
France once again take on their qualifying opponents Switzerland, against whom they could only achieve a draw in Group Four. Zinedine Zidane came out of retirement to help his team reach Germany, but is he still good enough to replicate the feats of 1998? Gary Lineker presents, with commentary by Guy Mowbray and Mick McCarthy. Coverage of Brazil v Croatia begins at 7.30pm, and highlights of today's action are at 11.45pm. (HD) Also broadcast on Radio 5 Live Comprehensive online coverage, and a host of fun extras, available at www.bbc.co.uk/worldcup
Match of the Day Guide to the World Cup 2006 is available price £6.99
Digital viewers can access alternative commentaries, picture-in-picture highlights and interactive forums. World Cup Zone has full coverage of all games, World Cup Extra has analysis from fans and pundits, and a non-stop England channel has the latest news
Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Brazil v Croatia
A mouth-watering clash sees the South Americans start the defence of their title in Berlin (kick-off 8.00).
Five times World Cup winners, twice runners-up and reigning champions, Brazil are the team to beat. But Croatia present stiff competition in their opening game in Group F. Zlatko Kranjcar 's team were semi-finalists in 1998 and beat Sweden twice in qualifying. Croatia also held Brazil to a 1-1 draw in a friendly last August. That said, Carlos Alberto Parreira 's men have only been beaten twice in 18 games and Barcelona's mercurial striker, Ronaldinho, can win a match in an instant - as England found to their cost in 2002. Introduced by Gary Lineker , with Alan Hansen ,
Ian Wright and Leonardo, and commentary from John Motson and Mark Lawrenson. Highlights of today's games are at 11.45pm. (HD)
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Isobel Lang.
4/4. A Picture of the Painter Howard Hodgkin
Howard Hodgkin is one of Britain's most successful living painters. His works are bold, colourful, and some would say beautiful. But is "beautiful" a dirty word these days? With a major retrospective exhibition coming up at Tate Britain, Hodgkin travels with Alan Yentob to India, a country which has been described as his emotional lifeline. A new series is scheduled for the autumn.
Producer Roger Parsons ; Series producer Janet Lee
Highlights of today's games, which saw Brazil begin the defence of their title and 1998 champions France entertain Switzerland. With Ray Stubbs.
Irreverent comedy starring Frankie Howerd and Sidney James. An unlikely collection of explorers go on safari in deepest Africa. Review page 50.
Director Gerald Thomas (1970. PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Full coverage of one of today's World Cup clashes.
See Hear Shown on Saturday 12 noon on BBC2
4.30 Super Vets 4/10. Will Frodo walk again? (SD