Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Turnbull.
Can Kristian and Sarah track down some homes with the "wow" factor on a budget of £300,000?
9/10. Adam Henson discovers how cows can help conservationists, Jimmy Doherty finds out they're not easy to milk, and there's a report on the treasure trove that could lurk in our attics. followed by News; Weather
A four-storey property in Herne Bay, Kent and a house on a hill just waiting to have life breathed back into it. (Revised repeat)
An emerald bracelet and a silver rose bowl are up for auction as a family aim to raise E500 for a holiday in Italy. IR) IS) followed by News; Weather
Two teams of friends seek out Profitable pieces in London's
Stingray finds it impossible to stay out of Rachel's life. Mishka and Lou brew up a new scheme. Repeated at 5.35pm
The Joneses' new house is under threat from damp. Does it contain the £1,000-worth of collectables that would pay for the necessary damp-proofing?
Ail-American Murder. What links Mark's attractive new neighbour to a local Marines base?
Jenna's worried ahead of a slumber party.
Angellica Bell attempts to keep order at the helm of the anarchic game show.
The class goes on a treasure hunt.
Hosted by George Alagiah and Jane Hill. news.bbc.co.uk
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett. <s)
More action from Matt Baker and the Seaside
Rescue team, plus the latest on the week-long extreme sleep experiment.
Then News Headlines from Nations and Regions
Bradley and Stacey make a big decision, but are they both sure it's the right one? Peggy plans a surprise wedding for Billy and Honey.
Writer Simon Ashdown
This week's episodes produced by Jo Johnson and directed by Peter Rose
For cast see page 28 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
3/8. Rugged Shaun has a near-death experience after squaring up to Big Boy, one ton of buffalo with attitude. And there's a new baby for vet Emma to look after - Skew the eland calf has a badly broken leg. Jessica Brohn narrates the ongoing adventures of the expat wildlife lovers against the picturesque but harsh backdrop of South African big-game country. Producer Saritha Wilkinson ; Series producer Dale Templar
3/6. Esther Rantzen and Lynn Faulds Wood investigate the schemes that promise unlimited earnings for working from home. It seems those running them could be the only ones making money. And how are job centres helping them get away with it? As the ladies search for answers, Lynn comes over all creative, and Esther turns up on a scammer's doorstep.
Director Mike Matthews ; Series producer Rob Unsworth
Black Run 1/2. Eight years ago, Boyd helped convict police officer Eddie Vine of the murder of his partner. Now terminally ill, Vine summons Boyd to prison - not to confess, but to forgive Boyd's mistake. Could he really be innocent? Concludes tomorrow at 9pm. Cast on Friday www.bbc.co.uk/drama
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
Over the last five decades, the girl group formula has
I yielded hit after hit. But this classic pop template is also guaranteed to deliver high drama and backstage rows. This nostalgic documentary examines the phenomenon as it applies to six celebrated girl groups - the Supremes, the Three Degrees, Sister Sledge, Bananarama, the Bangles and the Spice Girls - with contributions from artists, managers and producers. Producer Jeff Simpson ; Executive producer Mark Cooper The Inside Story: page 92
Diverting romantic comedy
O drama starring Summer Phoenix. Suzie is a north
London "princess" with orthodox parents who'd like her to settle down with the nice Jewish boy she's known since she was a child. But Suzie falls for a Gentile work colleague and prepares for the moment when she brings him home. Review page 45.
Director Ric Cantor (2003,15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Horizon Just how many planets are there in our solar system? And is Pluto one of them?
2.00 Vet Safari 2/8. Emma looks after a wildebeest.
2.30 The People's Museum 1/5. Which of tonight's four artefacts will be chosen to enter the grand final?