Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Tumbull.
With a E180,000 budget. Melissa Porter and Dominic Littlewood help a fire service call operator search for her dream home in the West Midlands.
Sizing up a derelict chapel in West Yorkshire and a splendid
Georgian semi in Derby. Followed by News; Weather
4/10. Fuelled by ten cups of coffee per day, a football-crazy manager can't keep a lid on his anger at work. Neuroscientist and anger expert Dr Alan Watkins thinks a "keep cool kit" will help him to calm down.
The Chase family flog an ocean of inherited goods to raise money for a memorial garden. (5) Followed by News; Weather
Experts Charles Hanson and Kate Bliss guide two teams from the Lake District in their search for treasures.
Katya surprises Toadie with a kiss. Repeated at 5.35pm
Baggage. Nick helps a young boy who wants to join the army. Writer Andrew Wheaton
For cast see page 25
Mis-diagnosis Murder Jesse's suspicions of foul play are not believed.
More mayhem and mashed potato.
The chief's cousin causes chaos.
Double bill of ghoulish mystery.
Sophie McDonnell tries to keep order at the helm of the anarchic game show.
4/10. The grim reality of farm life dawns on the children when three chickens are chosen for the chop.
Hosted by Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaghan. news.bbc.co.uk
Followed by Weather with Philip Avery.
Kate Humble and Chris Packham announce the wildlife photography competition winners.
Then News Headlines from Nations and Regions
Honey and Billy are proud new parents, but receive devastating news about their baby's future.
Writer Nicholas Hicks-Beach This week's episodes produced by Rishi Sankar and directed by Steve Finn For cast see page 25 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
4/8. The family go to Cape Town and take Skew, the baby eland, to his new home. Meanwhile, Emma checks one of the most dangerous animals in Africa, the black rhino, and there are springbok to catch.
Producer Richard Slater-Jones ; Series producer Dale Templar
4/6. Esther Rantzen and Lynn Faulds Wood investigate products promising to boost the size of your breasts or penis. As they put various pills and patches to the test, the ladies uncover a high-street name with some dubious tablets on its shelves.
Director Sarah Sarkhel ; Series producer Rob Unsworth
A gripping dramatised documentary tells the horrific story of the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York on 11 September 2001, based on the testimonies of survivors, victims' families, emergency workers and city officials. Narrated by Terence Stamp.
Contains distressing scenes. Continues at 10.35pm.
Writer Andrew Bampfield ; Executive producers Denys Blakeway and Richard Dale ; Director Richard Dale VIDEO Plus+ code for 9.00-11.20pm (non-PDC) Behind the scenes: page 6
Frank De Martini:
Nicole De Martini:
Captain Jay Jonas:
Melanie de Vere:
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett. (5)
Concluding tonight's drama documentary.
Oscar-winning period drama starring Glenn Close , John Malkovich and Michelle Pfeiffer. Pre-Revolutionary France: when her lover leaves her to marry a virgin, the scheming, treacherous and beautiful Marquise de Merteuil plots her revenge. Review page 44.
Director Stephen Frears (1988, 15) And Don't Miss...: page 37
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Dalziel & Pascoe 2/4. The Cave Woman 2/2. The duo's inquiry is questioned. See Sunday choice. <S)
2.20 Are We Being Served? 1/6. Improving the UK's reputation of having lousy customer service.
2.50 Vet Safari 3/8. Rugged Shaun has a near-death experience after squaring up to Big Boy.
3.20 The People's Museum 2/5. The merits of a memento of a forgotten Second World War hero.