Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Tumbull.
A soon-to-be-wed couple are looking to downsize to a property with character in Lichfield,
4/10. More tales from the Yorkshire Dales with guests, writer Kay Mellor and All Creatures Great and Small favourite Robert Hardy. Plus a lesson in sausages from the star of Jimmy's Farm.
A semi-detached house on the outskirts of Newcastle, and a house waiting for a Spurs fan to kick into Shape. (Revised repeat)
A retired postman has reasons for financing a big family holiday to Greece. Followed by News; Weather
It's a family affair as two teams compete at an antiques fair near Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.
The long arm of the law collars Kim. Max launches a tirade.
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Can former racing driver Wendy Amey make enough money to buy a summerhouse for her four-acre garden? IS)
How to Murder Your Lawyer Someone is menacing a quiet tax attorney, whose position at a prestigious law firm is under threat.
Bat Hound has a crisis of confidence.
Angellica Bell attempts to keep order at the helm of the anarchic game show.
Kate's party does not go as planned and Lizzie seeks help from mom.
Hosted by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. news.bbc.co.uk
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Dan Snow needs a head for heights as he goes in search of the hidden history balanced perilously above the Thames estuary within a forgotten
Second World War fort, and it's an uphill struggle for everyone on the 16-60 Challenge. Then News Headlines from Nations and Regions
Stacey's past stares her in the face, but why now? Ian struggles to keep up appearances and Rob receives some home truths about Dawn.
Writer Sarah Phelps This week's episodes produced by Julie Press and directed by Paul Annett For cast see page 28 Repeated at
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2/8. As the capture team go after impala, Emma ends up looking after a wildebeest with maggot-infested wounds, while her husband Shaun has his fill of dirty nappies when he's left alone with baby Phoebe for the first time. Jessica Brohn narrates more of the expat big-game vets' adventures set against the picturesque South African landscape.
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Today's Choices: Wildlife: Vet Safari 8.00pm BBC1
What a wonderful escapist romp round the African plains this documentary series is. The life of wildlife capture teams is hard work, I'm sure, but in TV terms it looks like a blast, particularly if you're up in that cool mini-helicopter they use to round up the animals. It must be the closest a human can get to being a wasp.
This week the team have to round up some impala so they can be moved to another reserve: herding cats would be easier, as the antelope live up to their reputation for skittishness. Meanwhile, the yuck factor goes off the scale when Emma has to treat a wildebeest with maggots eating into its manly bits. And we meet a banded mongoose with a healthy disregard for mobile phones. (David Butcher)
2/6. The doughty duo of Esther Rantzen and Lynn Faulds Wood investigate a man whom the latter first encountered 15 years ago. As they find customers who are thousands of pounds out of pocket, their journey takes them to the police, a Government minister - and undercover in the company itself.
Director Mike Matthews ; Series producer Rob Unsworth
Explosive science-fiction action adventure starring Bruce Willis. When a giant asteroid threatens
Earth's survival, Nasa hatches a plan to drill into the rock and plant a nuclear device that will blow it apart. But time is running out. Review page 45.
Director Michael Bay (1998,15) (HD) VIDEO Plus+ code for 9.00-12.00 (non-PDC) Film Trivia: page 49
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With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
The sci-fi action yarn concludes. (HD)
Ambitious political action thriller set in Africa. A dashing journalist uncovers corruption as arms dealers plan a coup against a well-intentioned president. Review page 45.
Director Jason Xenopoulos (2004)
Followed by Weatherview
Michael Power Michael Power:
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Sharks: Great Whites in Britain Sightings of great white sharks are investigated.
8/9. A van driver roadies for the Who.
3/6. With actor Max Beesley.