Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Turnbull.
The lion cubs receive their injections. (Revised repeat)
Melissa Porter helps a couple find a new home in Yorkshire for £250,000. (Revised repeat) Followed by News; Weather
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts give their opinions on a Warrington home and a property in the busy Channel port of Dover. (Revised repeat)
A mother trades her collectables for a new laptop. Followed by News; Weather
The team help a woman from
Saltash sell some of her antiques to raise the F4,000 she needs for flying lessons.
Sky irritates Harold with her self-pitying mood, before receiving shocking news from Karl.
Repeated at 5.35pm
New Life. A couple's retirement plans are dashed, while Nick receives more hate mail and turns to Sadie for comfort. Writer Debbie Giggle
For cast see page 36
Night Fears. Jessica Fletcher accepts a challenge from a policeman-turned-professor to investigate a series of muggings committed on a college campus - but the case soon takes a far more sinister turn.
Robbie's robot dog turns against him.
The twins organise a blind date.
From Cross Ash Primary School in Monmouth.
Gethin and Zoe try out life as an astronaut.
Current-affairs reports for youngsters.
Jane Hill and Natasha Kaplinsky. <S)
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin. (5)
Nicky Campbell and Julia Bradbury unveil more customer-service reports and investigations.
Producer Denise Kelly ; Series producer Alex Loughran
Martin and Sonia celebrate Rebecca's birthday.
Writer Rob Gittins Cast page 36 Rptd at 10pm on BBC3
Before a Fall. Jac intends to make her presence felt.
Writer Jeff Dodds ; Producer Martha Hillier ; Director Jamie Annett Signed repeat next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/holby
4/6. Twelve months into Ros's new career and a plane crashes over east London. The BBC's Andrew Marr and John Humphrys guest-star. With strong language.
Writer Sally Wainwright
Producer Alison Jackson ; Director Simon Curtis (HD)
Sir Richard Leavis:
Sir Andrew McNeil:
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
2/9. Velazquez, the Painter's Painter.
Diego Velazquez 's sumptuous portraits of Philip IV of Spain and his family have a grandeur that has arguably never been surpassed; even his paintings of royal dwarves and jesters possess a unique psychological intensity. Alan Yentob traces the great artist's footsteps in an attempt to find out more about his genius.
Producer Adam Low : Exec producers Janet Lee. Alan Yentob
Muslim bands Native Deen and Seven 8 Six are on a mission: to spread the word of Islam through hip-hop and R&B. This film follows them on a three-day tour of the UK and raises questions about how far Muslims can engage with Western culture without compromising their religious identity. Rupa Huq narrates.
Exotic drama based on a true story, starring Oliver Reed and Amanda Donohoe. A bored young clerk responds to an advert placed by a middle-aged publisher seeking a woman to live with him for a year on a desert island. Review page 56. Director Nicolas Roeg (1986.15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
See Hear Shown on BBC2 on Saturday at noon
The team walk through Etosha game reserve.