With Dermot Murnaghan and Kate Silverton.
Staff from Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary in Bristol collect a cat from an emotional owner.
Properties in Somerset, south
London and Kent. Followed by News; Weather
Kristian Digby and Simon O'Brien help a Birmingham family.
Two teams search for great deals at the the Royal Welsh Agricultural Showground in Builth Wells. Tim Wonnacott presents. Followed by News; Weather
Raising money for a Brittany-based wood-burning stove.
Max takes action to help Katya when Robert escapes from jail. Cameron is disgusted to learn of Elle's lies. Repeated at 5.35pm
The Luckiest Girl in School. A father overreacts after reading a text on his daughter's phone. Writer William Johnston
For cast see page 28
Family Secrets. A friend brings
Jessica new evidence on a 30-year-old scandal involving Cabot Cove's founding families.
Barry gets a surprise on his birthday.
Antics with the adventurous aardvark.
A flea from Krypton besieges Krypto when it chews his hide.
Mark Speight explores artist Claude Monet's garden, and Kirsten O'Brien demonstrates digital pop art.
The crew acquire a rival in the form of a candyfloss selling cowboy who sets up his stall outside the Crust.
Andy goes out and about with his new guide dog puppy Magic.
Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. www.news.bbc.co.uk Followed by Weather with Philip Avery.
Nicky Campbell , Julia Bradbury and Paul Heiney present topical reports and investigations.
Producer Michelle Heeley : Series producer Alex Loughran
Joe discovers Sonia and Martin's secret.
Writer Sarah Phelps Cast on page 28 Repeated 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
The Unforgiven. Tricia is rushed back to the hospital after the crash, while Mark finds himself accused of drink-driving. Sam turns detective as he tries to discover the truth about Jade's medical background.
Writer Stephanie Lloyd-Jones ; Producer Polly Williams
Director AJ Quinn Signed repeat next Sunday
Dr Sanghita Parma:
Kathleen Dixie Dixon:
2/6. Ice Babies. The freezing of embryos gives people facing possible infertility a chance to dream of a child of their own. However, while embryos can be preserved, relationships don't always survive so well. Natallie Evans froze six embryos with her partner, Howard Johnstone. When they split up, he demanded that those frozen embryos be destroyed. Cameras follow Natallie to the final appeal at the European Court of Human Rights. What will the judgement be?
Signed repeat tomorrow at 2.35am
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
6/9. Hans Holbein International Man of Mystery. Alan Yentob profiles the 16th-century artist known as the father of British painting. While photographer Tom Hunter tries to re-create one of Holbein's most famous works, The Ambassadors, the documentary investigates his early life in Switzerland, plus the role he played at the court of Henry VIII. Contributions come from Lord Patten and Sir David Frost.
Director/Producer Ben Lewis
Wry romantic drama starring Anne Reid and new
007 Daniel Craig. Visiting their grown-up children in London, elderly couple May and Toots feel excluded by the frenetic pace of modern city life. In fact, their son's handyman, Darren, has more time for them than their own family members. Review page 46.
Director Roger Michell (2003, 15) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
See Hear Shown on Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
2.00 Coast 3/8. Arran to Gretna.
3.00 Lost Cities of the Ancients 3/3. The temples and palaces of the lost Hittite capital of Hattusha.