With Dermot Murnaghan and KateSilverton.
Searching for basking sharks off the coast of Scotland.
A Grade II-listed farmhouse is up for auction. With Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts. Followed by News; Weather (5)
A first-time buyer hunts for her perfect pad in Liverpool. With
Kristian Digby , Simon O'Brien.
A family sell off heirlooms to raise cash for a get-together. Followed by News; Weather
A woman hopes to fund extra treatment for her partner, who has multiple sclerosis.
Max tells an embarrassed Katya he doesn't share her feelings.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Early One Mourning. A mother endangers her surviving child's life by refusing to face reality. Writer Ben Jones
For cast see page 43
Programmed for Murder. The death of a software expert just doesn't compute.
The duo drink tea in a quaint cafe.
DW has to start being nicer to her friends.
The gang uncover spooky goings-on in a wrestling arena.
Roxy and Tracy have a showdown. Jackie and Bouncer leave the DG.
Three contestants compete to avoid being subjected to a horrible haircut.
Digital viewers can follow live streaming from the salon between 10am and 6pm
Secrets from the team behind Planet Earth plus more news of this year's appeal.
Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. www.news.bbc.co.uk Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Nicky Campbell and co champion consumer rights. Producer Denise Kelly ; Series producer Alex Loughran
Dawn confronts Rob over their relationship.
Writer Spenser Frearson For cast see page 43 Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
Celebration turns to catastrophe as Mark and Tricia prepare for a second honeymoon.
(Signed repeat next Sunday)
New series 1/6. A fascinating journey through the emotional rollercoaster and moral dilemmas of fertility treatment, with Professor Robert Winston.
Choosing Children. The most advanced form of IVF - genetic selection - offers hope to families with inherited disease. But it can also be used for more controversial ends, such as gender selection. Jill and lan's daughter [text removed] died from an illness caused by genetic abnormalities - IVF could help them to have a child that will live. Elsewhere, Andrea and Glenn have four healthy boys - and now want a girl. Producer Rob Liddell ; Series producer Kim Shillinglaw
Signed repeat tomorrow at 2.50am Maybe baby: page 35
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
5/9. Who Cares about Art? Profiling those people - gallery guards, museum attendants and cleaners - whose job it is to look after works of art. Including a museum watcher at St Petersburg's Hermitage whose life fell apart when the Soviet Union collapsed, an 82-year-old Cambodian sweeper at Angkor's Ta Prohm temple, and a 12-year-old Louvre gallery attendant with just one arm and leg. Presented by Alan Yentob. Producer/Director Sam Hobkinson
3/5. Alex Zane presents the battle of the crimpers as famous faces brush up on their beauty skills.
Tough crime drama from
Michael Mann , with James Caan and Tuesday Weld. A prolific thief who wants to go straight agrees to take part in one last jewel heist. Following its flawless execution, however, his Mob employers refuse to let him retire. Review page 60. (1981,18) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
See Hear Shown on Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
2.40 Coast 2/8. The team travel along the 100-mile stretch of coast between Holyhead and Liverpool.
3.40 Lost Cities of the Ancients 2/3. The Lambeyeque civilisation, who based their culture around a belief that building pyramids was essential to survival.