Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
A Luton family put life in Perth to the test before deciding whether a new start in Australia is really for them.
A north Manchester terraced property, a character cottage in Greenwich and a three-storey Victorian house in Harrogate.
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Ian Blandford and Jenny Powell find potential properties for a Derby couple looking for their first marital home.
The team meet a charity shop addict from Hove, near Brighton, who is hoping to raise E450 to take her friends out. Followed by News; Weather
A 60-year-old Surrey woman and her 90-year-old mother hope to raise F2,000 towards a special soiree to celebrate their birthdays.
Sky decides on a DNA test to determine who is Kerry's father. Repeated at 5.35pm
Sleeping Dogs. A decorator helps a woman escape her care home. Writer Justin Villiers
For cast see page 33
Obsession 2/2. Although Dr Mark Sloan caught a serial bomber, the bombings have continued. Will there be one last outrage before the culprit can finally be
The warriors face their final challenge.
Five friends complete challenges.
4/10. Gina Yashere introduces new comedy show Lil Sisters.
With Natasha Kaplinsky.
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Team captains Ally McCoist and Matt Dawson are joined by more famous faces. Sue Barker hosts.
Producer Gareth Edwards ; Exec producer Caroline Roberts
Digital viewers can access Scrum Five's live coverage of Wales U20 v Ireland U20 from 7pm
4/9. Regional stories, www.bbc.co.uk/insideout
GREATER LONDON Investigating the real cost of staging the 2012 Olympics. Editor Dippy Chaudhary 73 SOUTH EAST Gas appliances allegedly poisoning people. Series editor Linda Bell 73 EAST The truth about using a mobile phone while driving. Series editor Diana Hare
Martin makes a major decision about his future.
Writer Chris Parker For cast see page 33 Rptd at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
4/7. Ripped Off. Jimmy undermines Diana's attempt to teach her grandchildren how to manage money then tries to buy her a laptop computer.
Writers James Hendrie and Ian Brown
Director Tony Dow
Producer Rosemary McGowan (HD)
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4/8. The Tallyman. Iris and Father Melia are thrown together when the street is threatened by an outbreak of scarlet fever. And the threat to families inspires Dadda to devise an imaginative plan.
Writer Heidi Thomas ; Producer Chrissy Skinns
Director Ferdinand Fairfax (HD)
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News.
Then Weather with Philip Avery
4/6. The New Statesman. Rick Mayall 's loathsome but hilarious character, Tory backbencher Alan B'Stard, was sold to ITV as a sitcom by writers Laurence
Marks and Maurice Gran with the aid of a fake Who's
Who. Ironically, the bedrock of credibility on which Mayall accurately skewered B'Stard's perverse parliamentary posturings depended to no small degree on the advice of Michael Portillo , who reveals the association didn't exactly enhance his reputation. Director Angela Buchanan ; Series producer Graham Mitchell
Action-packed thriller starring
Eddie Murphy as a San Francisco police hostage negotiator who faces the greatest challenge of his career when he stumbles upon plans for a multi-million-dollar jewel heist. Review page 52.
Director Thomas Carter (1997, 18)
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