Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Two sisters experience the ins and outs of property-buying in Hungary.
A simple terraced house in Exeter, a detached bungalow in Kent and a property in Fife that was a disused sub-station in a previous life. Followed by News; Weather
A couple from Hertfordshire seek a B&B in North Wales.
Myrna wants to visit every country in Africa. Can she sell enough clutter to make Morocco her next destination? (5) Followed by News; Weather
A couple of former jewellers hope to turn their valuables into a hydrotherapy bath.
Dylan severs ties with Paul, while Lyn and Paul strike a deal. Repeated at 5.35pm
The Hitch. In the last of this week's plays, two couples discover their marriages are not valid.
Writer Martin Sadofski ; Producer
Sam Hill ; Director Neil Adams
What does it take to be a good mum? Elephant seals, sea otters and black bears help explore the issue.
Barry loses a valuable pickle recipe.
Miguel's sporting form is not good.
A double bill of wish fulfilment.
King Stupid (Marcus Brigstocke) causes mayhem on Earth.
Presented by Sian Williams.
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
5/5. Having just experienced a life-threatening capsize, Ben and James struggle to get themselves back in the race. Amazingly, they're still in pole position in the pairs class. So with no water maker, no communications and intermittent navigation, they row like mad for the finish line. (5)
Disguised as septuagenarian Roger, Matt Allwright investigates a company that uses hard-sell tactics to convince the elderly to buy expensive beds. How will a salesman react when Roger tries to show him the door? Series producer Jeff Wilkinson
The second time around, will Billy and Honey's wedding be the perfect day they're hoping for? Writer Annie Wood Cast page 23 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
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Albert Square has witnessed some truly fantastic weddings over the years. Remember Kat and Alfie's snow-sprinkled celebration? Or Grant's appalling singing of You'll Never Walk Alone to Sharon at their reception? And who can ever forget Pat and Frank's stomach-churning jellied eels and pearly kings extravaganza?
Tonight, it's Billy and Honey's second attempt to get hitched, but it looks like being a memorable day for all the wrong reasons. It certainly gets off to a bad start, with Billy waking up in a furniture warehouse wearing only his boxer shorts. But it gets worse, descending into increasing farce involving a suspected flasher, a couple of punch-ups, police cells, a faulty bathroom door, an old sack and a pair of wellies. Don't ask. Jane Rackham Soap & Flannel: page 24
New series 1/8. When George pops back to Ultron for a game of poker he loses more than the shirt off his back - and Janet finds herself married to a man she's never met (James Dreyfus ) as the comedy returns.
Writer Daniel Peak
Producers Jamie Rix and John Stroud ; Director John Stroud The Inside Story: page 96
1/6; series three. Matt Lucas and David Walliams 's comic creations ascend to new levels of grotesquery as Dudley's Thai bride Ting Tong arrives on his doorstep and Bubbles bumps into her ex-husband and his new wife at the health spa. Guest starring Anthony Head , Rob Brydon and Cat Deeley. Writers Matt Lucas and David Walliams ; Director Declan Lowney ;
Producer Geoff Posner
2/6. Chart-topping jazz man Jamie Cullum and seasoned US actress Cybill Shepherd join Sanjeev and the family in their charming Wembley home.
Producer Alex Jackson-Long ; Executive producer Anil Gupta
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett. (5)
The absorbing story of New York's most successful and enduring female-fronted band, from their beginnings at punk club CBGBs in 1974 to their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame earlier this year. Includes exclusive footage from their recent UK tour plus in-depth interviews with current and ex-band members, and friends including Iggy Pop and Tommy Ramone. Mark Radcliffe narrates.
Music documentary 10.35pm BBC1
For the legions of Blondie fans this is a real honey of a documentary, featuring interviews with all the band members and with musical luminaries such as Chris Frantz of Talking Heads, and Iggy Pop, as well as enough archive footage to give an old punk the CBGB's.
It's both a fantastic snapshot of a particular period and a classic rock 'n' roll tale. Some myths are laid to rest, such as why Debbie Harry only dyed half her hair blonde (not, as was supposed, to make a statement about the two sides of her personality but because she couldn't reach the back), and there are some great quotes - such as Iggy's description of Debbie's performance as being like "Barbarella on speed". But when you listen to some of Blondie's horribly out-of-tune early demos (such as the unrecognisable one for Heart of Glass), you'll be astounded they got where they did. JR
Ground-breaking action adventure starring
Mel Gibson. In Australia in the near future, urban society is in terminal decay. Spurred on by tragedy, policeman Max Rockatansky decides to enforce a new kind of law - that of cold-blooded revenge. Review page 43. Director George Miller (1979, 18) And Don't Miss .. : page 37
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