Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Turnbull.
Tired of travelling to work, a pair of commuters look to settle in a convenient base in rural
A behind-the-scenes look at life on the wards at Guy's and St Thomas ' hospitals, London. <s)Followed by News; Weather
9/10. A woman's insistence on having the last word is having serious repercussions on her health and her relationship. 6)
A naval man hopes to convert his nautical collection into funds for a fun family day out. FOllowed by News; Weather
Two teams rummage through London's Camden Passage for antiques to sell at auction. With Tim Wonnacott.
Regional News; Weather (5)
Karl receives some frightening news about his father, while a hard-hearted Toadie refuses to help Janelle with her writ.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The Other Side. A psychic has a chance to make a big impression. Writer Mark Chadbourn
For cast see page 29
Left-Handed Murder A shark, a stockbroker and three surprised women pose a puzzle for Sloan.
Stef promises to build Sariac a new hut.
Danny resigns from Rudeboy and Taj tries to clinch a Russian ringtone deal.
9/10. The children learn the art of orienteering, make rabbit pie from scratch and are taught how to jive by a visiting American airman.
Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. news.bbc.co.uk
Followed by Weather with Philip Avery.
4/15. Isabella Hervey , Graeme Le Saux and Newsnight Review presenter Hardeep Singh Kohli vie for a place in tomorrow's quarter-final.
Honey and Billy's baby needs a heart operation, but will the news stir Honey's maternal feelings? Liz finds Owen a broken man in prison.
Writer Chris Parker This week's episodes produced by Pamela Hansson and directed by Tim Mercier For cast see page 29
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
5/7. it's the end of the game capture season and Brutus the giraffe is putting up a struggle, while
John tries to catch the buffalo bull that nearly killed him. Plus, the family visits England to celebrate Christmas and Phoebe's first birthday.
Producer Saritha Wilkinson ; Series producer Dale Templar
5/6. Esther Rantzen and Lynn Faulds Wood investigate a company that tricks people into signing up for a holiday timeshare. But things soon turn violent when the fearless duo confront the man behind it all, leaving one of the ladies with bruises.
Director Sarah Sarkhel ; Series producer Rob Unsworth
On 21 October 1966, a coal slurry tip slipped down the mountainside onto a south Wales school, killing 144 people -- of whom were children. As the 40th anniversary of that tragic day approaches, this heartbreaking programme uses a combination of old footage and dramatisations to offer an insight into the disaster. Plus we hear from some of those directly involved, such as miner Gerald Tarr, who was trapped under a door and clawed at the wood so desperately that his fingernails came out.
Director Jonathan Jones ; Executive producer Samir Shah
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
New series An occasional strand captures intimate performances by both well-established and up-and-coming artists. The series kicks off with the former Reg Dwight and his band in concert at LSO St Luke's in Shoreditch, east London, where the flamboyant star plays some of his most famous hits alongside songs from his new concept album The Captain and the Kid. Director Janet Fraser Crook: Producer Alison Howe (HD)
Sentimental comedy drama starring Natalie Portman. Pregnant teenager Novalee and her boyfriend leave Tennessee to start a new life in California. But during a stop at a store in Oklahoma, Novalee discovers she's been abandoned, with only$5.55 to her name. Review page 54.
Director Matt Williams (2000, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Dalziel & Pascoe 4/4. Fallen Angel 2/2. The duo enter the murky world of racing. See Sunday's choice.
2.25 Are We Being Served? 2/6. Improving the standards of customer service in the restaurant industry.
2.55 Vet Safari 4/8. Emma checks the black rhino and there are springbok to catch.
3.25 The People's Museum 3/5. The merits of HMS
Cavalier - the last British Second World War destroyer - and Emmeline Pankhurst 's suffragette medal.