With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
7/10. Dom teaches one man how to negotiate with high-street retailers in order to get the best Price on a new fridge.
An old miner's cottage in South Wales, a basement flat in Essex and a classy house in Liverpool are all up for auction. IS) Followed by News; Weather
After 30 years in Glasgow,
Malcolm Allan wants a change. Melissa Porter helps him find a cottage in the picturesque borders. (Revised rpt)
Ann Melton needs F600 to revamp her back garden. Followed by News; Weather
In Wetherby, West Yorkshire, two teams from the same choir hope to bag some bargains for a song. With Tim Wonnacott.
The Queen officially opens the revamped Berkshire racecourse for day one of the 2006 royal meeting. Clare Balding and Willie Carson present live coverage of the day's events, including the E80,000 Coventry Stakes at 2.30 and the E200,000 King's Stand Stakes at 3.10. Plus Kate Silverton talks fashion with James Sherwood and Jodie Kidd. Continues on BBC2 at 3.20pm. Director Steve Docherty ; Editor Stephen Cook www.bbc.co.uk/racing
Paul tries to impress a pop diva.
A runaway pig ruins Elaine's open day.
The team go back in time with Mabel to become Enid Blyton's Famous Five, plus history's most famous pirates.
Janelle and Kim's worst fears are confirmed. (5) lAD)
Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
There's yet another failed romance as Bradley's attempts to woo Stacey end in disaster, while the whole Square gets involved in Ian's charity event.
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Nobody's Fool. The resumption of an old affair blinds Deed to the ulterior motives of his power-hungry lover. Guest-starring Jemma Redgrave and Billie Whitelaw.
Writer/Producer GF Newman; Director Jonny Campbell
Judge John Deed:
Mason Allen OC:
Sir Ian Rochester:
7/8 & 8/8. A double bill of muckraking brings the series to an end. Edinburgh environmental health student Stephen Glass is tested on his knowledge of animal droppings and visits the mortuary where he views a dead body for the first time. Plus, tackling chewing gum stuck to the city's streets and as revellers descend en masse to celebrate Hogmanay, street cleaner Ray Stevenson is left to scoop up the mess they leave behind. Narrated by Arthur Smith. Director Gary Coia : Series producer Jonny Young
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
Highlights of England's final group game against familiar foes Sweden, and a recap of the match between Paraguay and Trinidad & Tobago. Plus, the action from today's Group A matches as hosts Germany took on Ecuador and Costa Rica met
Poland. With Adrian Chiles, Gordon Strachan, Alan Shearer and Lee Dixon, plus nightly reportage with Celina Hinchcliffe and Lawrie Sanchez. Swede sorrow: page 21
Supernatural horror set in Italy, starring Mark Strong and Sienna Guillory. A British au pair is accused of murder when the bed of the baby in her charge bursts into flames. She is subsequently sent for trial amid claims of witchcraft. Review page 53.
Director Kenneth Hope (2001, 15)
Another chance to see England's potentially crucial final Group B game against old rivals Sweden in full. Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
See Hear How responsible are deaf people when it comes to practising safe sex? Plus, a school threatened with closure. Shown on Saturday on BBC2 at 12 noon
3.40 Supervets 5/10. Can an emergency caesarean section save a cow and her calf? Louie the spaniel, meanwhile, needs surgery for serious head injuries.
4.10 The Happiness Formula 2/6. We all have a set range of happiness, but positive psychologists now argue we can make ourselves happier permanently.