Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
4/10. The Yorkshire Air Ambulance team treats a racing driver who suffers a heart attack.
Richard Hammond presents.
The team look at properties in Herne Bay and Derbyshire.
Executive producer Melanie Eriksen ; Series Producer Caroline Davidson Followed by News; Weather
Kristian Digby and Ed Hall try to find a first home for a couple and their dog who are relocating from Surrey to Hampshire.
Mark Franks presents the money-making contest in which two teams battle it out to sell the mystery contents of a suitcase. Today. they are in Exeter. Followed by News; Weather
The team helps a Leicestershire woman sell off her clutter to raise funds to put the finishing touches to her garden.
Paul's mistrust of Elle grows.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Explosion. An army wife finds out she is pregnant before being told her husband has died.
Writer Dale Overton
Dr Melody Bell:
Hear Me, Touch Me, Heal Me
A clash between two rival biker gangs threatens to spill over into the wards.
9/10. An orienteering challenge.
Nail-biting game show.
More follows on CBBC channel and tomorrow at 7.30am on BBC2
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky
Then Weather with Dan Corbett.
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley host the live show, with reporters Hardeep Singh Kohli , Dan Snow and Ellie Harrison uncovering stories across the UK. Editor Doug Carnegie
Peggy tries to keep Ben out of Phil's way.
Writers Bridget Colgan and Mark Hiser This week's episodes are produced by Tanya Nash and directed by Michael Owen Morris
More cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
2/8. Despite having a figure to rival Kate Moss ,
16-year-old Lotte is unhappy with her looks after years of being incorrectly accused of having an eating disorder. Quirky 18-year-old Zoe has also suffered from the effects of bullying, as cruel taunts led her to self-harm. Can fashion experts Mica Paris and Lisa Butcher help the pair to find their own styles? Series producer Donna McLaughlin ; Executive producers
Vicki Barrass and Tracy Jeune
New series 1/7; series four. Newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky embarks on an emotional journey into her family's roots, heading first to South Africa where she investigates her father's involvement in anti-apartheid protests. Her guest then takes her to Eastern Europe in an attempt to discover the fate of her paternal grandfather's Jewish family.
Director Christopher Bruce (HD) BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: the September issue includes a feature on family history. On sale 28 August, price £3,60
Putting on a brave face: page 21; plus free Who Do You Think You Are? DVD with the RT subscriptions offer p44
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
A selection of highlights from this year's youth orchestra performances, including the Simon Bolivar National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela, the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and the European Union Youth Orchestra. Presented by Aled Jones. Director Jonathan Fulford ; Series editor Oliver MacFarlane
Digital viewers press red to view synchronised guides to the music, offering an insight into the piece being played and its general context
Romantic comedy drama starring Jennifer Beals , Drew Barrymore and James LeGros about a love triangle told from multiple perspectives. Review page 45.
Director Adam Park (1997, 15) Followed by Holiday Weather
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
1:35: Panorama: Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
2:05: Tribe: 1/6. The Matis people of the Amazon.
3:05: Cooking in the Danger Zone: 4/5. How China and India's poorest people eat.