Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
The Dixon family spend a week sampling life in Queensland. Will they vote to stay in Oz?
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore an upside-down cottage in Lancashire. Followed by News; Weather
Ian Blandford and Jenny Powell choose three potential properties for a Chester couple.
Davina Chapman and Karen Kristian visit St Omer in northern France is search of flea-market bargains. (S)
Followed by News; Weather
John Cameron is on hand to help wine connoisseurs William and Carol Bennett. who want F2,000 to spend on fine vintage. o
Carmella tries to resist temptation on a date with Will.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Sex, Tears and Letherbridge. Nick and Joe clash over a patient.
Michelle tries to help a prostitute. Writer Paul Matthew Thompson
For cast see page 37
An Education in Murder Mark investigates a spate of deaths at a high school.
Robbie disguises himself as a scout leader.
Kickaball loses his boot during a game.
The Warriors reach the halfway point of their journey to the centre.
Five friends take on more challenges.
2/10. Gina Yashere introduces spoof sketches featuring a range of celebrities, including CBBC presenters and the royal family. With James Hurn, Jessica Robinson,
Geoffrey Norcott and Francine Lewis.
The latest headlines.
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
Ex-New Zealand cricket all-rounder Chris Cairns ,
Leeds assistant manager Gustavo Poyet , St Helens hooker Keiron Cunningham and former Everton and England goalkeeper Nigel Martyn join Matt Dawson and Ally McCoist. Sue Barker presents.
Producer Gareth Edwards ; Exec producer Caroline Roberts
2/9. Regional stories. www.bbc.co.uk/insideout
GREATER LONDON Karl Mercer investigates fingerprint technology. Editor Dippy Chaudhary SOUTH EAST The dolphin that's taken up residence in Sandgate Bay. Series editor Linda Bell EAST David Whiteley explores the wreck of a British submarine. Series producer Julian Sturdy
Stella gets a makeover for Phil's birthday bash - but the festivities are interrupted by a surprise visitor. Writers Bridget Colgan and Mark Hiser For cast see page 37
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
Continuing the comedy starring Nicholas Lyndhurst. 2/7. Silence of the Clams. When Jimmy allows his kids to throw a party, he decides to distract his disapproving mother-in-law Diana by taking her out to dinner.
Writer Andrea Solomons ; Director Tony Dow ; Producer
Rosemary McGowan Repeated next Sunday (HD)
2/8. The Thunderbolt. Life changes dramatically for Iris when young magician Domingo Hennessey knocks on the door at the Moss house to enquire about the rabbits Dadda has for sale.
Writer Heidi Thomas ; Producer Chrissy Skinns
Director David Moore (HD)
The latest headlines. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
2/6. Bread. Carla Lane found sitcom stardom with The Liver Birds and Butterflies but several of her subsequent projects fared less well until the arrival of the Boswell family and their china chicken full of cash. Cast members from the Liverpool-set comedy of the 1980s discuss the spectacular success of the series. Narrated by Doon MacKichan.
Director Sharon Adam ; Series producer Graham Mitchell
Supernatural thriller with Patricia Arquette and Gabriel Byrne. When hairdresser Frankie Paige develops signs of stigmata, Vatican investigator Andrew Kiernan is sent to examine her case. As Frankie's pain increases, Kiernan begins to question his faith. Review page 53. Director Rupert Wainwright (1999,18) Followed by Weatherview