Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull
Research for the relatives of a man who left £350,000, plus other unclaimed estates worth more than £500,000. (S)
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts pronounce on properties up for auction in Somerset, south London and Kent. Followed by News; Weather
Property experts Kristian Digby and Ed Hall find three potential properties for a couple and their cat in Eltham, London.
A man sells his hoard of valuables to raise money for a hot tub in his garden. Followed by News; Weather
Teams find hidden treasure at the Peterborough Festival of Antiques.fS)
Allan makes a disturbing discovery about Pepper's stalker
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Samantan. A man regrets his decision to he!p a stranger who collapsed on a busy street.
Writer Rachel Flowerday
Jessica is called in to investigate the theft of an Egyptian relic. (S)
The duo see into the future.
Animated antics with the aardvark. (S)
The gang visit a Western resort run by robots.
The warriors face the dreaded Torture Chamber.
10/12. Barney Harwood and Kirsten O'Brien meet actor Paul Kasey.
(S) (Repeated tomorrow on BBC2)
With Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaghan.
Followed by Weather with Jay Wynne. (S)
The competition reaches boiling point as the three finalists battle it out in the culinary grand final. Their task is to cook their best three-course meal for one final judgement by Gregg Wallace and John Torode.
Today's Choices: Reality: Celebrity MasterChef 7.00pm BBC1
Who would have thought celebrities could cook so well? If there's one thing that two weeks of daily, as it were, hobknobbing with the stars has taught us, it's that not all celebs rely for their sustenance on a ditzy nutritionist and deliveries from Harrods - some can blanch and saute with the best of them.
Who would have imagined that the likes of, say, Jeff Green, a cheeky stand-up comic best known for his quips on sex and relationships, would be able, under pressure, to rustic up a tasty-iooking sardine escabeche? Be honest, who knew what an escabeche was before they saw his creation using bread, fresh sardines and puppy-dog enthusiasm?
That's been part of the beauty of this series, it hasn't just iet us marvel at household names (plus some you've never heard of) sweating and toiling under the gaze of nice Gregg Wallace and the gloweringly smug John Torode, it has also thrown up some inspiring dishes. And if they can make them, it can't be that hard, surely?
So tonight, out of the 24 celebrities who started, three finalists cook their best three-course meat for a final verdict and the title of Celebrity MasterChef 2007. Last year, a rugby player won, so really, anything could happen. (David Butcher)
As the third and final week draws to a close, Bill Oddie, Kate Humble and Simon King take a took back at the highlights and unusual events of the series. Plus, find out how thousands of people have made a difference to the wildlife in their area. (S) Mark Lawson talks to Bill Oddie is at 9pm on BBC4
Bradley declares his love for Stacey, white Rob and Dawn say goodbye to the Square. But where's May?
Writer Matthew Evans More cast on Tuesday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
5/13. Imperfect Strangers. !n order to spice up their relationship, Ben and Susan book into a hotel and pretend to be strangers meeting for the first time. Robert Lindsay and Zoe Wanamaker star. Writers James Hendrie and Ian Brown
Director Dewi Humphreys: Producer John Bartlett
The duo uncover a lethal cocktail of power, money and jealousy beneath the glossy veneer of the cosmetics industry. See yesterday's choice.
More cast on Thursday
Dr June Gray:
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Guests include Hollywood heart-throb and Brothers and Sisters star Rob Lowe, the winner of this year's now infamous Celebrity Big Brother Shilpa Shetty and Brazilian electropop outfit Cansei de Ser Sexy.
Cansei de Ser
Creepy science-fiction horror thriller starring Josh Hartnett and Elijah Wood.
When the apparently ordinary Herrington High becomes the focus for alien body snatchers, it takes heroics from some unlikely pupils to save the day.
Review page 60.
Director Robert Rodriquez (1998, 15)
Comedy retelling of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson story, starring Sean Young. Dr Richard Jacks does his own research. but when a relative dies, he inherits the papers of his great-grandfather, Dr Jekyll. Review page 60.
Director David F Price (1995) (S) *
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