With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
4/5. John Harrison returns to
Northern Ireland to try and find his mother.
A coastal bungalow and a Victorian house in Yorkshire are up for sale. Followed by News; Weather
Dominic Littlewood and Melissa Porter come to the aid of a Staffordshire couple searching for secluded rural properties
With plenty of land.
A retired cobbler wants to raise money so he can fulfil his wife's last wish: to leave their granddaughters a nest egg.
Followed by News; Weather
An antiques fair at Derbyshire's Kedleston Hall. (RMS)
Sky is in denial about her daughter's test results.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Bitter Medicine. A woman who refuses to sign divorce papers ends up in intensive care, while Donna wrestles with her guilty conscience. Writer Tracey Black
For cast see page 31
On the Beach. While convalescing from an injury, Mark becomes suspicious of his neighbour's activities and begins to suspect him of murder.
The children spend the day playing games.
Bernie finds a stray cat.
Dave is roped into playing football.
9/10. Exploring how animals work in teams, from lions organising a hunt to millions of ants on the march.
A performance by the Grand Cirque.
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs. (5) 57
Host Danny Wallace meets the contestants for a review of their week on the island, as they continue to struggle to survive without life's luxuries.
There's another visit to the island tomorrow at 7pm on BBC3
After the programme. digital viewers can access "Danny's Diary", Danny Wallace 's unique take on the castaways and island life
Stacey realises the best way to get at Max is through Tanya. Ian's plan to annoy Phil goes badly wrong. Writer Pippa McCarthy This week's episodes produced by Jo Johnson and directed by Nick Cohen For cast see page 31
Repeated 10pm on BBC3
Covert footage filmed in Barnet Hospital in north London and St Mary's Hospital in Manchester reveals some of the difficulties facing staff on maternity wards in this Panorama special. Researcher Hayley Cutts worked as a volunteer at the two centres, where she met midwives and patients who said understaffing and a lack of resources were affecting patient care. Plus, Jeremy Vine finds out why some women in the UK are having poor experiences despite unprecedented NHS spending.
New series 1/6. The stylish drama about a group of con artists is back for a fourth series, with Mickey now away in Australia and Danny left in charge - much to his delight. But has Danny bitten off more than he can chew when he tells an obsessive and wealthy Texan film fan that he can procure the famous Hollywood sign? Robert Wagner guests.
Writer Tony Jordan : Producer Jolyon Symonds
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Then Weather with John Hammond.
On election night David Dimbleby chairs the debate before a live audience in London, with a panel that includes William Hague and Shirley Williams.
Exec producer Steve Anderson ; Series editor Edward Havard
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David Dimbleby leads the team for coverage of what is likely to be Tony Blair 's last elections as Prime
Minister. As well as the Welsh Assembly and Scottish Parliament, there are over 10,000 local council seats in England to be won. What will the results mean for Blair's probable successor, Gordon Brown , and will David Cameron make the breakthrough he needs? Analysis is by Jenny Scott and the BBC's political editor Nick Robinson , while Jeremy Vine explains the results as they come in. Includes summaries of the results at 12.15 and 1.30.
Director Rob Hopkin : Editor James Stephenson
Followed by Holiday Weather