Highlights of the 13th game of the Super Eights stage.
Shown yesterday at 11.15pm
Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Kate Silverton.
Tom Heap discovers if the World Owl Trust's attempts to protect the birds has been a success in Muncaster.
A former council house, a three-bedroom semi and a commercial premises are up for grabs. Director/Producer Melanie Eriksen
Followed by News; Weather
Ed Hall and Kristian Digby help a young couple with very specific requirements to find a new home in Wallasey.
A couple have a clear-out as they Prepare to welcome a family of chickens to their home and hope to raise money to build a run for them in the garden. Followed by News; Weather
A couple downsizing to a Cotswold cottage need help to raise money for a garden makeover.
Ned is seen returning stolen money. Repeated at 5.35pm
Open Wounds, Hidden Scars. An ex-army bouncer summons up the courage to seek help. Writer Jane McNulty
For cast see page 31
Patient Detective. Injured in a car crash, a sedated Steve thinks he has witnessed a murder while in hospital.
Lucien is banished to the shed.
Pete gives up ventriloquism.
Gethin Jones learns to be a showjumper.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
Behind the scenes with the crime squad as they catch employees stealing from passengers luggage. Director/Producer Fiona Mellon-Grant
Shopping Green. Two families explore the role of food in climate change by going "green shopping" at the supermarket. Plus a report on what happens to food waste and a profile of a local producer.
Producer Daniel Dixon ; Series producer Fiona Lloyd-Davies
Investigation show, fighting for consumers' rights. Nicky Campbell and Julia Bradbury present.
Producer Alan Holland ; Series producer Claire Hughes
Of the 200,000 cars stolen in Britain every year, half are never recovered by the police, but Manchester's elite car crime squad are cracking down on the multimillion pound illegal business and the thieves who sell stolen cars on to an unsuspecting public.
Series producer Fiona Inskip ; Exec producer Matt Holden
3/12. Forty years ago, Sir Alan Sugar started his first business selling car aerials with just F100 and a white van to his name. This week, he wants the aspiring millionaires to do the same. With only one day to start a business and make as much money as they can, the teams head to Richmond in south-west London, for a spot of wheeler dealing. But under the watchful eye of Margaret Mountford and Nick Hewer , the optimistic start soon descends into chaos and, as always, it's not long before the knives come out. The Apprentice: You're Fired! follows on BBC2. Series producer Kelly Webb-Lamb ; Executive producer
Michele Kurland Repeated next Tuesday on BBC2
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Philip Avery.
New series 1/3. Five unruly teenagers embark on a life-changing journey when they are sent to work at a dog training school in Sussex - but will just three months there help to transform their behaviour?
Director Deborah Lovett ; Series producer Sam Bagnall
Action from the 14th game of the Super Eights stage, where England are in need of a win in this clash against Bangladesh at the Kensington Oval in Barbados.
Repeated tomorrow at Sam
Digital viewers can access Radio Five Live commentary of tomorrow's Sri Lanka v New Zealand match from 2.15pm
Thriller starring Dana Delany and Billy Burke. An attorney fears there's been a case of mistaken identity when her friend comes to visit and is found murdered in her apartment. Review p50. Director Nick Gomez (2001)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Jimmy's Farm Diaries The novice farmer moves into a near delapidated farm.
2.25 The Retreat 3/3. Ramadan begins.
3.25 My Life as a Child 2/8. Absentee fathers.
3.55 Beat the Bailiff The consequences of debt.