With Louise Minchin and Dermot Murnaghan.
2/5. Dominic Littlewood surprises a barrister with a portable piano for his daughter.
Properties in Chatham, Sydenham and Newcastle. Followed by News; Weather
Three potential new homes for a young couple who want to buy a flat in Birmingham.
2/10. Lome Spicer with advice on how to sell unwanted possessions on the internet. Followed by News; Weather
Rugby players compete against handball enthusiasts to pick up the best bargains in York. Tim Wonnacott presents.
Paul returns from Cameron's funeral seeking vengence.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Cat and Mouse. A solicitor considers whether his job is more important than his wife, and a man on a waiting list for a heart operation offends Michelle. Writer Jim Burke
For cast see page 46
Dead Eye. Jessica applies her deductive powers to a case that has baffled investigators for decades - the assassination of President Kennedy.
The townsfolk hold a wake for Ferny's pet fish.
Corneil is caught by the dog warden and re-homed.
Mark Speight and Kirsten O'Brien examine art from around the world.
7/15. Gran'ma and Tom play practical jokes.
Gethin learns batting from a cricketing legend.
Presented by George Alagiah and Jane Hill. www.news.bbc.co.uk Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Nicky Campbell , Julia Bradbury and Paul Heiney present topical reports and investigations.
Editor Rob Unsworth ; Series producer Alex Loughran
Bert ends his relationship with Mo.
Writer Annie Wood Cast p46 Rptd at 10pm on BBC3
The Bitterest Pill. New consultant Dan continues to put Abra under pressure. Mark punishes himself over Tricia.
Writer Tony McHale ; Producer Myar Craig ; Director David Innes Edwards Signed repeat next Sunday Medical miracle: page 77
Percy Abra Durant:
DC Alex Dixon:
4/6. Cheating Time. With ever more women delaying motherhood, ageing has become the biggest cause of infertility in the UK. Robert Winston continues his series about IVF with a selection of case studies of older mothers. 41-year-old Suzanne is desperate to start a family - but can she safely conceive? For 35-year-old Karen it's already too late - but she has decided to beat biology by using a younger woman's eggs. Producer Annie Kossoff ; Series producer Kim Shillinglaw
Signed repeated tomorrow at 2.45am BBC MAGAZINE: December's Focus features a seven-page interview with Robert Winston. Out now, price E3.40
With Natasha Kaplinsky. Regional
News Then Weather with Philip Avery.
8/9. www.herecomeseverybody.co.uk. Alan Yentob tells how the internet has transformed global culture. En route he meets pivotal figures in its evolution, including its inventor Tim Berners-Lee , as well as members of the Arctic Monkeys' message board, the young Scot who wrote wikipedia.org's millionth entry, Ken Russell and the maker of The Blair Witch Project. Director Zoe Silver ; Exec producers Janet Lee , Alan Yentob
Earnest historical drama from Steven Spielberg , starring Anthony Hopkins and Matthew McConaughey. A group of slaves stand trial for murder following a failed attempt to travel to Africa. Review page 66.
Director Steven Spielberg (1997, 15) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
See Hear Shown on Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
5/8. From Dublin to Derry.