Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
A graphic designer looks for a retreat in Reading.
A flat in Chelsea, a Manchester end terrace and a Plymouth property with Art Deco features. Series producer Caroline Davidson ; Exec Producer Melanie Eriksen Followed by News; Weather
Getting a good price for a property near Peterborough.
The house captain at Harrogate Ladies College in Yorkshire raises money for the disabled.
Nicki Chapman , Andy Sturgeon and Chris Collins present live coverage from Chelsea's Great
Pavilion. More at 7.30pm.
Digital viewers can watch in-depth tours of the show gardens
Need to Know. An ex-girlfriend of Nick turns up at the Mill.
Writer Caroline Gawn
Dr Jimmi Clay:
Dr Nick West:
DI Eva Moore:
Murder, My Suite. A man contracts legionnaires' disease.
8/13. Taylor joins a football team.
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF
Vlad looks forward to his 13th birthday.
First shown on CBBC channel
Zoe Salmon surprises one lucky viewer with a Blue Peter badge.
Anne Robinson hosts.
With George Alagiah.
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley present.
Further coverage from Chelsea's Grand Pavilion, where Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift talk to some of the many exhibitors. Continues on BBC2. (HD)
Digital viewers can access extra options, including a tour of the gardens and Carol Klein and Chris Bearshaw 's highlights
Followed by News Update <s)
3/3. The seven and eight year olds are filmed continuously for 48 hours, recording and analysing every laugh, tear and movement in an attempt to build a real picture of a day in the life of the average British child. Presented by Professor Robert Winston.
Series producer Kate Shiers ; Exec producer Tessa Livingstone
9/12. Will the remaining seven candidates be driven to tears when Sir Alan challenges them to design their own brand of tissues, create a story-based television commercial and a print advertisement to launch them on the market? Creative disagreements rage about whether boxes should be eye-catching for the shop or discreet for the home, while filming the TV advert brings out some amateur dramatics in the wannabe auteurs. And how does TV weatherwoman Sian Lloyd fit into the picture? The Apprentice: You're Fired! follows on BBC2.
Exec producer Michele Kurland ; Series editor Kelly Webb-Lamb Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 www.radiotimes.com/the-apprentice
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts. <s)
6/6. Angus Deayton unearths more vintage tomfoolery as Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie take on Countdown and Not the Nine O'Clock News tackles University Challenge. Plus The Two Ronnies, Big Train, Les Dawson, Little Britain, A Kick up the 80s, Chewin' the Fat, Harry Enfield, Dead Ringers and many more.
Series producer Robert Katz
Executive producers Stephen McGinn and Andrew O'Connor
Followed by National Lottery Update
Stylish thriller starring Tom Berenger. A New York detective is assigned to protect a wealthy socialite who has agreed to testify against a gangster. But the cop gradually finds his involvement with the witness affecting his family life. Film of the Day: page 58.
Director Ridley Scott (1987,15) Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated.
Seaside Rescue 5/10. Unusual weather conditions expose a 100-year-old shipwreck.
1.40 Meet the Immigrants 5/6. The story of London-based domestic worker Juanna.
2.10 An Island Parish 11/12. Bishop Bill arrives. 2AO Ben Fogle 's Extreme Dreams Delirium sets in.
3.10 Animal 24:7 A puppy with a broken leg.