Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Weather every half hour from 6.15; national/regional news half hourly from 6.27.
New series Tracing the work of a probate detective firm, beginning as the company breaks tragic news.
Properties in Ripon, Kent and Mid Glamorgan. Followed by News; Weather
Finding a bed and breakfast venture in north Wales.
New series Jonty Hearden and Mark Franks search for bargains in Mantua, Italy. Followed by News; Weather
Two teams look for treasure in Lewes, East Sussex.
Coverage of the fourth-round singles matches continues from SW19. Last year, the battle for a quarter-final place between Serena Williams and Daniela Hantuchova was the day's highlight. A severe cramp in her calf helped lose the American the second set, but a rain delay came to the two-times Wimbledon champion's aid and she finally saw off the Slovakian 6-2 in the third. Meanwhile, sister
Venus, the eventual champion, also had a gruelling three-set fight on her hands before emerging victorious in a delayed third-round clash with Japan's Akiko Morigami. Hosted by Sue Barker. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel - Centre Court and Number One Court coverage only
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from a choice of courts,
11.50am until end of play, plus news, latest scores and stats; highlights available through the night from 9pm King of the hill: page 46 www.radiotimes.com/wimbledon
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley present.
Editor Doug Carnegie
Young Gunmen. The tragic shooting of Liverpool schoolboy Rhys Jones last year brought the issue of armed teenage gangs into the headlines. Reporter Graham Johnson reveals how ingrained the culture of guns and violence has become in parts of Britain. Producer Darius Bazargan ; Editor Sandy Smith Postponed from last Monday NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change Followed by News Update
Max makes a shock announcement in the Vie.
Writer Laura Watson More cast on Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soaps: page 43
Pat Evans Pam:
New series 1/4; series two. A look at how people defraud the benefits system, starting with a middle-aged woman and her cousin who were found guilty of falsely claiming more than E2 million. Series producer Ruth Shurman ; Exec producer Lucy Hillman
New series 1/5. Ben Whishaw stars in Peter Moffat 's challenging crime drama, being shown each night this week. After a drink and drug-fuelled night out, 21-year-old Ben finds himself charged with murder. Unable to recall what happened,
Ben believes that telling the truth is his best way of avoiding a jail sentence, but his legal team know otherwise. Continues tomorrow at 9pm. Producer Pier Wilkie ; Director Otto Bathurst
For cast see Wednesday/Thursday Inside job: page 28; The Alison Graham column: page 63
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
Sleek black comedy thriller starring Nicolas Cage. In Brooklyn, Ukrainian-American entrepreneur Yuri Orlov dreams of escaping his humdrum existence. So when the opportunity arises in the form of gunrunning, Yuri jumps at the chance and builds up a global business, cynically profiting from the fall of the Soviet Union. Film of the Day: page 56.
Director Andrew Niccol (2005, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Andre Baptiste Sr:
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Living the Dream Revisited 3/4. An Indian eatery on the Spanish Costa Blanca.
1.40 Women in Black 4/5. Amani Zain examines
London's female Muslim world.
2.10 DIY SOS A bathroom with wheelchair access.
2.40 Hard Sell Teams from Cardiff compete.