Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Simon Rimmer and Sarah Walker help out a young family
Featuring a problem property in Harrogate, a house in Derby and a studio flat in London. Followed by News; Weather
A man wants to sell his Crouch End flat that is converted from part of a Victorian church.
The teams focus on potential
Profit in Oswestry. Followed by News; Weather
Jean's sister Anne sells up some antiques to raise funds to replace a pair of earrings.
Oliver sees his father's true colours and Stonie's wife hits town.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Possessed. Melody gets herself caught up with a woman who's involved in a religious cult and Jimmi goes out on a date.
Writer Ariyon Bakare
Dr Melody Bell:
Dr Joe Fenton:
Shanda's Song. Dr Sloan becomes embroiled in a mystery when a sinister stalker closes in on a famous singer.
Atlas is imprisoned by the Bear Tribe.
The Secret Man goes missing.
The remaining five warriors continue their quest.
Mark tries to draw sharks underwater, plus eggshell mosaics.
(Revised rpt from Sunday BBC2)
Cookie, the show's kitten gets a wash. Catch the best bits of the week's show.
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With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Then Weather with John Hammond.
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
Editor Doug Carnegie
9/9 LONDON Looking into the rise in fatalities caused by high-speed police pursuits. Series director Tilly Hawkins SOUTH EAST Meeting the woman from Margate who's written a PhD on bingo. Series editor Linda Bell EAST Reports on the theft of baggage at one of the region's airports. Series editor Diana Hare EAST MIDLANDS The story of a teacher who was both a pacifist and war hero. Series editor Tony Roe WEST MIDLANDS Investigating the sale of damaging fake cigarettes. series editor Matthew Gull
Consumer investigations presented by Nicky Campbell. Producer Abby Mangold ; Series editor Rob Unsworth
New series 1/8. Bailiff Jamie Waller and his team hunt for persistent parking fine evaders. Tonight they catch up with a man who has 19 outstanding tickets, and an offender who threatens the crew.
Series producer Paul Woods ; Exec producer Clare Paterson
6/8. Woodland. Alan Titchmarsh encounters the UK's smallest bird, the goldcrest, the largest land mammal, the red deer, the purple emperor butterfly and the honey buzzard in the country's wooded areas. At 9.50 there's a look at wildlife in your region. The Nature of Britain: a User's Guide follows on BBC4.
Producers Bridget Appleby and Michael Bright ; Series producer Stephen Moss Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 FREE ACCOMPANYING CALENDAR available by calling 0870 (landline calls cost max 8p per min) or by visiting Open2.net
RT DIRECT: hardback book only E15 (RRP E20). Call [number removed](landline calls cost a maximum 8p per minute) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at the checkout Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 48
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Philip Avery. (5)
David Baddiel examines how Jews have been fighting for justice for what was stolen from them by the Nazi regime during the Holocaust. With the equivalent of $150 billion-worth of business, houses, art collections, cash and insurance policies taken, including his grandfather's brick factory, David's journey takes him to New York, Berlin and Poland.
Producer Danielle Peck ; Exec producer Nick Mirsky Followed by National Lottery Update
Sweeping historical adventure starring Liam Neeson.
Robert MacGregor finds protecting the livestock of the Marquis of Montrose not only puts his moral principles to the test. but also his family. Review page 60.
Director Michael Caton-Jones (1995,15)
Followed by Weatherview
More from the stars training to be stylists. Shown at 8pm on BBC3
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Antiques Roadshow Unseen gems.
3.45 Michael Palin 's New Europe 7/7. Slovakia.