Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Susanna Reid.
A special edition from Kenya, where keepers inoculate endangered zebra against an outbreak of anthrax. (Revised rpt)
A Cornish hotel, a three-bedroom house in Nottingham and a plot of land on the Kent seafront
Followed by News; Weather (5)
Searching for three possible new homes for a couple house-hunting in Long Eaton, Derbyshire.
From the Royal Welsh Agricultural Showground in Builth Wells.
Followed by News; Weather
Ben Fogle helps a woman raise
E700 to establish a website for a new business venture.
Paul's efforts to change his ways are shattered by events at the hospital. Repeated at 5.35pm
Moving On. A guilt-ridden man caring for his brain-damaged wife struggles to move on. Writer Liz John Cast page 36
A Christmas Secret. A murder attempt disrupts Jessica's festivities.
Buster makes an incredible claim.
Krypto and Kevin find a robot dog.
Making art with a chainsaw.
2/3. Joe arrives in Goblintown to be kitted out in his warrior-hero armour as the story of Muddle Earth continues. Final episode follows on CBBC channel.
Strange things occur at the Turner house.
Gethin Jones visits children in Malawi with two viewers, Mica and Charlie.
Presented by George Alagiah and Jane Hill. (5)
Followed by Weather with Carol Kirkwood.
Apples and Self-service. A reluctant Granville is roped in to help demonstrate products during Arkwright's sales drive in this episode from the first series.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Producer Sydney Lotterby
Stolen Bones. The macabre true story of how bones stolen from corpses in the USA came to be implanted in more than 40 British hospital patients. Producer Sharon Keatley ; Editor Dave Stanford
In 2005 Carole Miller was driving home in Hampshire when her car was rammed from behind and smashed into a tree. This is the story of how she cheated death and her assailant was eventually brought to justice. Director/Series producer Bruce Lippold
3/8. Two years after buying their first house, the now penniless Crawley brothers, Daniel and Adam, have still not moved in. The last of their money went on a fiat-pack kitchen which has already started to fall apart. Can Nick Knowles and the team sort out their woes?
Series producer Simon Knight ; Exec producer Tom Archer CONTACT: if you think you deserve help with your own DIY disaster, write to DIY SOS, PO Box 198, Bristol BS99 7RT or visit the website at www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle
2/3. Former EastEnders actor Ross Davidson , who tragically lost his brave battle with cancer in October, undergoes experimental light treatment at London's National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, in an attempt to kill his brain tumour. Meanwhile, epilepsy-sufferer Lois faces the dilemma of deciding whether to undergo high-risk surgery that could stop her experiencing multiple daily fits. Director Nic Blower ; Series producer Helen Thomas
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
Every day, families across Britain face the frightening reality of homelessness. In this moving film, showing as part of the BBC's No Home initiative, Bafta Award-winning director Brian Woods uses the experiences of three young girls and their families to deliver a damning indictment of the fate that awaits the evicted. The Alison Graham column: page 39
Gary Lineker casts his eye over all the midweek
Premiership action. Among the highlights, Manchester United continue their pursuit of the title as they take on Everton at Old Trafford, while current champs Chelsea meet Bolton at the Reebok Stadium.
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Planet Earth 3/6. Jungles. The rich but very competitive environment of tropical rainforests.
1.55 A Child against All Odds 3/6. Make Me a Dad. Treatments for childless men. Shown yesterday 9pm
2.55 Digging Deep 5/8. A garden is given soul.