Presented by Louise Minchin and Dermot Murnaghan.
The day-to-day work of the emergency services. <S)
Featuring properties in South London, Somerset and Knutsford in Cheshire. followed by News; Weather
Ian and Jenny help a couple of first time buyers looking for a home in Brierley Hill.
The football crazy Cochlin family try to sell their valuables in a bid to raise £400 so they can see their beloved Tottenham
Hotspur in action. Followed by News; Weather
Octogenarian Joan Chamberlain , who suffers from Parkinson's disease, tries to raise enough money to buy herself a top of the range wheelchair.
Toadie's life is thrown into chaos when big brother Stonie turns up. Repeated at 5.35pm
Evil Spirits. Melody's Halloween evening doesn't go to plan.
Writer Oily Perkin
Sqt James Collins:
Brian Conley hosts the game show in which contestants must expose the cheater among them in order to win the prize.
Molly takes care of a lamb to prove she's grown up.
The teams must brave the Waters of Time.
How to make a spooky castle and get arty with old CDs.
(Revised rpt from Sunday BBC2)
Zoe goes pumpkin racing with Konnie.
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Then Weather with John Hammond.
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
7/9LONDON Matthew Wright looks at controversial plans to dig up Victorian graves. Series director Tilly Hawkins SOUTH EAST Why is a drug stronger than cannabis allowed to be sold openly? Series editor Linda Bell EAST The latest research in food allergies reveals surprising problems. Series editor Diana Hare EAST MIDLANDS Reporting on the failure of the electronic tagging system. Series editor Tony Roe <S) WEST MIDLANDS Ashley Blake brings lotto con artists to justice. Series editor Matthew Gull
Consumer investigations spearheaded by Nicky Campbell , Julia Bradbury and Paul Heiney.
Series producer Claire Hughes ; Series editor Rob Unsworth
7/7. Matt Allwright and Dan Panteado investigate two companies who hoodwink people into believing their homes are in serious danger from the weather. Producer Rowland Stone ; Series producer Lisa Dunn
4/8. Freshwater. Alan Titchmarsh investigates the freshwater habitats of Britain, taking a look at the fierce ferox trout that preys on other fish. Plus the environments of harvest mice and Chinese water deer. The Nature of Britain: a User's Guide follows on BBC4. Series producer Stephen Moss
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BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: Alan Titchmarsh talks about native plants in the November issue. On sale 30 October, price E
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
4/4. The Waking Pill. Both Joanne Douglas and Amy Pickard have been unable to communicate since waking from comas. Last year a newspaper in South Africa reported how sleeping pills can have radically positive effects. The girls' families make the journey to discover if their daughters could now be reborn.
Director/Producer lain Scollay Followed by National Lottery Update
Ground-breaking horror, starring Donald Pleasence and Jamie Lee Curtis. Fifteen years after murdering his sister, Michael Myers escapes from a mental institution. Psychiatrist Dr Sam Loomis races to track him down before he kills again. Film of the Day: p58. Director John Carpenter (1978, 18) Halloween II can be seen on Friday at 1.15am Movie Moment: page 49
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Antiques Roadshow Michael Aspel and the team pay a second visit to London's Banqueting House.
2.00 The Truth about Property 2/3. Andrew Verity investigates property as an investment.
3.00 Michael Palin 's New Europe 5/7. Michael has a frolic with revellers at an Estonian pagan festival.
4.00 Kitchen Criminals A plum and almond tart.