Presented by Bill Turnbull and Kate Silverton.
Stunning scenery, skiing and temptingly low prices in Bolu, northern Turkey.
Visiting a terraced cottage in the Welsh valleys, an ex-council house near Derby and a five-bed semi in Kent. Followed by News; Weather
Property dilemmas are sorted on a visit to Leicester. Presented by Kristian Digby and Sarah Walker.
A charity shop addict and her hoarding daughter hope to raise enough cash for a family day out in London. Followed by News; Weather
A woman decides to part with some of her dead husband's treasures.
Janae discovers the shocking truth about Bree. Susan puts on a brave face in light of Karl's happiness. Repeated at 5.35pm
Heroes and Villains. When Jonny steals a box of designer jackets also containing designer drugs, the neighbourhood must dodge the local mafia and the police.
Writer Lesley Clare O'Neill
Ancient drawers on show at Eyam Hall, Derbyshire.
Maya accidentally ruins Miguel's football game.
Ignatius hunts for thieves.
More sets of teams square off.
Tommy gets a rule-free wish.
Lizzie saves a man from choking.
Presented by George Alagiah and Sian Williams.
Followed by Weather with Philip Avery.
3/5. The starting pistol is fired and James's Olympic skills come to the fore, but a lack of preparation soon takes its toll as a vital piece of kit fails.
New series 1/6. Julia Bradbury and Arkin Salih go on a mission to improve the UK's reputation of having lousy customer service. They begin with retail, where they encounter a schoolboy whose computer just won't work and a customer with impaired vision who's banned from his local supermarket.
Director Matt Arnold ; Executive producer Jane Lomas
In the wake of last week's spectacular update from the open plains of the Masai Mara, this celebration of the tenth anniversary of the natural history show - a roaring success, by all accounts - features a behind-the-scenes look at filming Africa's feline stars with Jonathan Scott , Saba Douglas-Hamilton and Simon King. Presented by Liza Tarbuck.
Producer Coline Jackson ; Executive producer Sara Ford
How DNA advances could catch a sex attacker from the 1980s, plus the ritual death of a shopkeeper. With Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce. Crimewatch Update catches up with the criminals at 10.40pm. Directors Michael Armit , Emma Clarke and Adam Mallins
Editor Doug Carnegie www.bbc.co.uk/crimewatch CONTACT DETAILS: studio number [number removed] (calls free); minicom number [number removed]; text CW, followed by your message, to [number removed] (standard rates apply); email email@example.com
Dermot Murnaghan. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
A progress report on tonight's cases.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are guests at a concert to celebrate the monarch's 80th birthday. Children's choirs, the Scots Guards and the BBC
Symphony Orchestra perform A Little Birthday Music by Peter Maxwell Davies , Master of the Queen's music and poet laureate Andrew Motion , exploring themes of constancy and the environment; teenage soloist Julian Bliss performs Mozart's Clarinet Concerto; and the Orchestra's new chief conductor Jiri Belohlavek concludes with Dvorak's New World Symphony. With Alan Titchmarsh. Broadcast on BBC Radio 3 at 7pm. Director Helen Mansfield ; Editor Oliver Macfarlane (HD)
0 Synchronised programme notes are available for each Prom via the red button, and each performance is available to listen to for seven days after broadcast at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
Followed by National Lottery Update
Sweet-natured j romantic drama about four 20-somethings who are searching for meaningful relationships in a community of artists and musicians. Review page 42.
Director Vince DiPersio (1997)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Grumpy Old Women 3/4. Why staying youthful and desirable is increasingly difficult.
2.55 DIY SOS 8/10. The team help a disabled man.
3.25 Big Cat Diary 4/5. The lion cubs are hungry.
3.55 Leave No Trace 4/5. A murder case unravels.
4.25 Return to Tuscany Giancarlo ups the ante.