Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Weather every half-hour from 6.15; national/regional news half-hourly from 6.27.
Love is in the air on a property hunt in Derbyshire.
A family seek a home and business venture in Cornwall with a budget of £1 million. Followed by News; Weather
A Bath woman opens up her two-bedroom period terraced house to prospective buyers.
Two RAF engineers and a pair of murder-mystery fans search for booty in Tetbury. Followed by News; Weather
An artistic family from
Milton Keynes seek to make money at auction from the sale of paintings, glass and silverware.
Seize the Day. Melody enjoys some old-time entertainment.
Writer Julia Weston
Dr Melody Bell:
Humiliation and loneliness drive Kirsten over the edge.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The Busy Body. Sloan investigates when a lawyer's body is snatched.
The gang build sand castles at the beach.
Zed and Zee are captured by by a dragon.
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF
1/10. A swimming-related challenge.
Commencing a week celebrating the show's 35th birthday.
Breaking it gently: page 33
With George Alagiah.
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
LONDON BBC London News EAST Look East
SOUTH EAST South East Today SOUTH South Today EAST MIDLANDS East Midlands Today WEST MIDLANDS Midlands Today
NORTH MIDLANDS/YORKSHIRE Look North
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
5/6. A driver goes missing after crashing in a forest. Series producer Ian Cundall ; Executive producer Carla Maria-Lawson (Revised repeat) 74
Jack's revelation shocks the Mitchell family.
Writer Julie Wassmer More cast on Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soaps: page 35; What Jo Joyner 's watching: page
Take One of These, Mr Hollingworth. Are powerful anti-psychotic drugs, regularly given to around 100,000 people with dementia, harmful?
Editor Sandy Smith Signed at 12.25am NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change Missed the programme? A podcast featuring highlights of the previous week's edition available at www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
2/5. Headquarters. Buckingham Palace doubles as both home and office for the Queen as the Windsor family gather to celebrate her birthday and she hosts a lavish state banquet for Ghana's President Kufuor. The palace is also where 2,500 people are honoured every year and where each summer its doors open to the public - but only after the Queen has inspected it. And, away from the big occasions, there are glimpses of everyday activities like organising the weekly agenda. Director Matt Reid ; Exec producer Denys Blakeway (HD)
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
4/6. Lee Mack and Sean Lock find no shortage of comedy fodder as they find the funny side of everything from Riverdance and cockneys to starfish. Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Anthony Caveney Lee Mack answers One Final Question: page
Weekly round-up presented by Gabby Logan, with reaction to all the latest headlines.
Producer Richard Carr : Editor Amanda Farnsworth
Quirky black comedy starring
Andrew Scott. A young man becomes involved in a ten-year-old murder when he stumbles across a corpse while trying to bury his girlfriend's body. Review p50. Director Robert Ouinn (2003)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Run on the Bank: Penalty Pain Bank charges.
2.00 Windscale: Britain's Biggest Nuclear Disaster
The 1957 accident at the nuclear reactor.
3.30 Arrange Me a Marriage 1/5. Aneela Rahman finds partners for Britain's singletons.