Presented by Bill Turnbull and Kate Silverton.
Kabir the Barbary lion joins the Pride. Will he prove popular with the ladies? (Revised rpt)
A top-floor flat in Eastbourne, an end-of-terrace house in South Wales, and a London pad that could be a commuter's dream.
Producer Melanie Eriksen Followed by News; Weather
A lady aiming to downsize seeks a dream home near Scotland's Picturesque Loch Lomond.
Sisters Joyce and Stella are in the Pyrenees town of Tarascon, scouring the markets for antiques to profit from. (Revised rpt) Followed by News; Weather
The historic city of York should yield some interesting items for two teams of ramblers.
Robert finds two very good reasons to commit murder.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Jenny wants to return the original features of her terraced house to their former glory. Can she raise the cash at auction?
The Plague. A suspect of Steve's appears to have contracted a deadly disease.
Piggley, Ferny and Dannan hear strange noises.
Bernie joins a poetry class on Corneil's behalf.
Can the Cheltenham Batapillars snatch victory from the claws of the Beast Boys?
Six new warriors join the fantastic quest.
Lizzie. Gordo and Miranda enter a competition to win a trip to Miami.
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Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
2/5. Skipper Jimmy Buchan has a choice - steer Amity 100 miles through a Force 10 gale to port, or try to ride out a storm. See yesterday's choice.
Owen and Libby are devastated by Denise's change of heart. Martin thinks Carly still has feelings for him. Writer Lucy Blincoe Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
For cast see page 29
Lola makes a drastic decision regarding Leanne's care. As Jac works closely with Joseph, does she see their relationship as more than professional?
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3/6. While Radge struggles to keep Harry and Charlie's secret, Jack is still being pursued by Nancy.
Writer Richard Stoneman Director Marc Jobst
Producer Steven Lightfoot (HD) Tracy-Ann Oberman in the RT Interview: page 22
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
On 19 December 1981, the Union Star was on her maiden voyage from Holland to Ireland when her engines failed just off the coast of Cornwall. In hurricane winds and 60-foot waves, the Penlee lifeboat. Solomon Browne, crewed by volunteers, was called out to rescue those on board. No-one survived. Twenty-five years on, the events of that tragic night are retold using the actual radio calls and testimony from eyewitnesses and family members - many of whom speak out for the first time. Producer/Director Sally Thomson
Exotic comedy starring Hugh Laurie. Bank clerk
Raymond finds solace from his dreary existence in a part-time job as a dance instructor. Driven to despair by his unfaithful wife, Raymond steals a fortune from his bank and sets off to find the girl of his dreams in Rio. Review page 46.
Director Christopher Monger (2001, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Tribe 1/3. Why do the Nyangatom have such a fearsome reputation?
2.20 The Convent 1/4. Four women eschew their workaday lives for 40 days of religious instruction.
3.20 The Urban Chef 3/10. Ollie makes his radio debut as part of his search for the freshest local food.
3.50 Don't Get Done, Get Dom 8/10. Dominic Littlewood seeks a good deal on a guitar.